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Beyond the White Coat: Understanding How Doctor Reliance May Undermine Your Health

Jessica Ao, 09-April-2024


Highlights

  • Blindly trusting doctors leads to worsening health conditions.

  • Mainstream medicine focuses on symptom management rather than addressing root causes.

  • The medical system, controlled by figures like Rockefeller, prioritizes profit over genuine healthcare.

  • Through monopolistic tactics, natural therapies were stigmatized, leading to their decline.

  • Medical errors claim over 250,000 lives annually in the US alone.

  • Mainstream medicine's portrayal as saviors is a fabrication funded by vested interests.

  • The system fails to prevent disease, thriving on people remaining sick.

 


Jessicaao
HowMedicalIndustryUndermineYourHealth


Rethinking Healthcare: From Faith to Facts

The saying "leave professional matters to professionals" is great, and it's one of the concepts I strongly believe in. However, if you truly understand how the medical system operates and how its history has influenced the present, you'll realize that for most chronic diseases, following the concept of "leave professional matters to professionals" will only make you increasingly sick.


In other words, if you completely entrust your health to professional doctors or believe that doctors can cure you, there's a probability of over 95% that you'll become sicker rather than healthier over time, even if you're very wealthy and can afford the best medical teams.


However, it's important to note that this isn't the fault of the doctors. The problem lies in the manipulation of the medical system which most doctors are unaware of. Doctors themselves may believe they are saving lives, but unfortunately, things often don't go as they think.


Doctors themselves may believe they are saving lives, but unfortunately, things often don't go as they think.

The entire medical system isn't focused on improving people's health indices; instead, it's like a wolf in sheep's clothing. It appears to treat you and offers various treatments, but in reality, it creates continued illness. Typically, while one problem may improve, other parts of the body may start experiencing issues.


I used to be someone who had great faith in doctors (who isn't?). Thirty years ago, my mother always advised me to pay attention to my health and diet. My response was always, "You don't know anything. Do you know how advanced medicine has become nowadays? If I get sick, I'll just go see a doctor!"


From a young age, I deeply ingrained the belief that "it's okay if I get sick because doctors can help me, and doctors are the pillars of health."


When my childhood best friend passed away from cancer at 17, and then I experienced continuous medication for two years due to chronic illness, frequently fainting on the street, along with various health problems big and small, all these experiences made me begin to doubt my unwavering faith in doctors since childhood.

At that time, I still had great faith in doctors and science, but the results made me question. And after 20 years, I found the answers.


My body went from being very weak and prone to illness to not having taken a single pill in over ten years, including any type of Chinese or Western medicine. I've become immune to COVID outbreaks and various flu strains.

When I share this information with family, friends, and clients, those who are willing to listen and follow along find that their bodies and health are getting better and better, whether it's cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, or other chronic diseases—they can be healed.


I will gradually share the information I know that can truly heal.

In Today's article, I will focus on why the medical industry, which gathers the most intelligent people, is the industry you can least rely on.

 

Mindset Shift: Seeking Deeper Solutions Beyond Medication

Before discussing some astonishing truths, I hope everyone can see some facts through the results.

When you have chronic diseases like diabetes or hypertension and visit a doctor, what answers do you typically get?

If you encounter good doctors, besides prescribing medication, they will advise you to improve your diet, exercise more, and lose weight. But the problem is, they cannot cure you. They will only tell you that you need to continue taking medication and monitoring your blood sugar or blood pressure regularly and inform you that medication can only control but not cure the condition entirely.


A legendary figure in the self-help field, Louise Hay, healed cancer in her own way, which doctors can’t. She lived a healthy life into her 90s and was still giving speeches at the age of 90. Louise Hay shared a concept that has always stuck with me. She said, "When one, ten, or even a hundred doctors tell you that your disease is incurable, they are not saying the disease cannot be cured, but rather that the mainstream medical system doesn't know how to cure it."


When doctors tell you that your disease is incurable, doesn't meant the disease is incurable, it only means the mainstream medical system doesn't know how to cure it.

So, when your body encounters issues, and doctors cannot give you concrete answers, don't blindly follow them because it means they truly don't know how to treat it. And because they don't know, the various treatments and medications they provide to you are mostly superficial, making you feel good and feel like someone is helping you. However, in most cases, they will only make you sicker or weaken your body, leading to various other problems.

 

The Fabrication of Mainstream Medicine

Whenever people think of doctors, many envision an ideal profession. Apart from lucrative income, the image of wearing a white coat symbolizes saving lives, intelligence, and knowing everything.

Do you know? This is the image that the medical system has spent unimaginable amounts of money to cultivate, a goal that has been established since a hundred years ago.


The mainstream medical system is not as portrayed in television dramas, striving to safeguard people's health; rather, it sees money as the ultimate goal. To understand this truth, one must first recognize a key figure who laid the foundation for the current mainstream medical system - Rockefeller. This wealthiest individual in modern history monopolized the medical industry over a hundred years ago.


John D. Rockefeller was a titan of the oil industry and a business magnate. When he passed away in 1937, his fortune was estimated to be between 300 to 400 billion dollars, making him widely regarded as the wealthiest individual in American history.


Whether it was in oil or the healthcare system, Rockefeller was equally dedicated to monopolizing businesses.

By the early 20th century, around 1900, Rockefeller had already gained control of over 90% of the oil refineries in the United States through his oil company. During this same period, scientists were making groundbreaking discoveries, with most of the essential vitamins being identified, including B1, B2, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin D, and more. This scientific progress was monumental, as it enabled the treatment of diseases caused by vitamin deficiencies, such as scurvy and rickets, through simple vitamin supplementation.


Rockefeller was incredibly astute, and he recognized the immense profit potential in developing vitamins and drugs from petrochemicals, leveraging his monopoly in the oil, chemical, and medical industries simultaneously.

From a business perspective, monopolizing oil and chemicals was ideal and relatively straightforward because they could be patented and sold at high prices.


However, the medical field posed significant challenges. In the early 1900s, natural and herbal medicine was very popular in the United States, constituting the mainstream. Over half of American medical schools and doctors practiced holistic medicine, similar to traditional Chinese medicine, including chiropractic care, naturopathy, homeopathy, holistic medicine, and herbal medicine. This made it difficult to monopolize the field of medicine. Nevertheless, Rockefeller succeeded.


His first step in controlling the healthcare industry was acquiring a stake in the German pharmaceutical company I.G. Farben. Subsequently, he collaborated with the steel magnate Andrew Carnegie to establish a monopoly through three main avenues.

 

The Three Threads of Monopoly: Government, Education, and Media

The first thread of monopoly is the government.

Rockefeller hired Abraham Flexner, who submitted a report to Congress in 1910, sponsored by the Carnegie Foundation. One of the report's conclusions was that there were too many medical schools in the United States, producing too many doctors. It called for the standardization of medical education and discussed the necessity of reforming and consolidating medical institutions.


The report advocated for higher admission and graduation standards for medical schools in the United States, as well as strict adherence to mainstream science in teaching and research.

 

While the ideas in the report may sound good, unfortunately, its motivations were entirely driven by Rockefeller's desire to monopolize the healthcare system.

Furthermore, the report labeled various forms of natural therapies as "unscientific quackery." To eliminate these fraudulent practices, it proposed making the American Medical Association the sole authority able to approve licenses for medical schools in the United States.


Based on the report, Congress took action according to Flexner's recommendations, changing laws related to medical practice and leading to modern chemical drugs and surgery becoming the only standards.

This is how mainstream medicine has come to be today.


According to those standards, at that time, many medical schools in the United States that primarily focused on natural therapies couldn't possibly meet the standards advocated in the Flexner report because their approaches to healing were fundamentally different. As a result, after the report was released, aside from the schools Rockefeller approved of, they were either merged or closed down. Therefore, natural therapies, traditional osteopathy, herbal medicine, and the like were quickly phased out and disappeared by 1950 because they couldn't survive.


This result is actually quite unbelievable and surprising because during that era, bloodletting and surgery were considered quite barbaric and invasive methods of treating diseases. Injecting toxic heavy metals like lead and mercury for "treating diseases" was viewed as pseudo-science over a hundred years ago. However, the report manipulated by Rockefeller's money made these methods standard and legal practices, even becoming mainstream therapies.


Conversely, natural medical practices that had been successfully applied for thousands of years in cultures worldwide were classified as quackery.

Rockefeller's influence normalized invasive medical procedures like bloodletting and injections, while dismissing natural practices as quackery, despite their historical success.

It makes one wonder, today, do most people believe in mainstream medicine because it's genuinely effective, or because it has been fabricated?

 

The second thread of monopoly is education.

Rockefeller, along with steel magnate Andrew Carnegie, provided substantial funding to medical schools nationwide. The condition of this funding was to appoint individuals designated by Rockefeller as directors or presidents of these medical schools, thereby changing and determining the direction of teaching and research at these institutions. Through their vast financial resources, they systematically reformed the curriculum of medical schools nationwide, removing all content related to herbal medicine, natural therapies, dietary approaches, and other non-pharmaceutical treatments.


From my childhood, I greatly admired doctors, and I believe many others feel the same way. I used to think doctors knew everything, that they knew how to keep a person healthy, such as knowing what foods are best, and so on. But I was very wrong because the training doctors receive in medical school mainly revolves around chemistry, pharmaceuticals, and diagnosis, severely lacking knowledge and wisdom regarding holistic nutrition. My mother, who has little formal education, knows more about nutrition and health concepts than a freshly graduated doctor.


I used to wonder if it was just a coincidence that the medical schools I knew of lacked teaching on nutrition and diet. When I learned that the entire medical system was established by Rockefeller with a monopolistic mindset, I deeply understood that although doctors are very intelligent, the vast amount of information they learn and are indoctrinated with primarily revolves around pharmaceuticals and diagnosis.

 

The third thread of monopoly is media and advertising.

Rockefeller, through newspapers and major media outlets of the time, extensively propagated the stigmatization of holistic medicine and natural remedies, thereby ensuring his monopolistic position. After natural medicine was stigmatized and demonized, doctors would be arrested if they used safe and effective natural medicine treatments. As a result, in a very short time, medical schools became homogenized, and the mindset of American medicine became "one drug treats one disease."


American medicine shifted towards a model where a single drug is prescribed for each specific ailment, sidelining holistic approaches.

Furthermore, Rockefeller's monopolistic ambitions extended beyond the borders of the United States. Not content with eradicating traditional medicine in the United States, he saw another, even larger market on the other side of the world – China. He wanted to remove traditional Chinese medicine in the same way, so he entered China to promote Western medicine. Fortunately, traditional Chinese medicine was not completely eliminated in China as it was in the United States.


To quote Raymond Francis, a man who has helped thousands of cancer patients: "Mainstream medicine doesn't try to prevent disease; it only acts once symptoms appear. Then, it doesn't cure disease; it merely manages symptoms rather than addressing the root cause, which means it treats symptoms rather than the root cause. This approach keeps people sick and generates massive profits. In fact, we don't have a healthcare system; we have a 'disease system' that depends entirely on millions of people becoming sick and staying sick."

 

The Deadly Reality of Medical Errors

Do you know that the medications prescribed by doctors and medical errors result in tens of thousands of deaths each year?


A report from 2018 highlighted that according to research from Johns Hopkins University, over 250,000 people in the United States die annually due to medical errors, making medical errors the third leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer.


Medical errors is the third leading cause of death.

Other research reports have indicated even higher figures, suggesting that deaths attributable to medical errors could reach up to 440,000. The discrepancy in these numbers arises because doctors, funeral directors, coroners, and medical examiners rarely note human and systemic errors on death certificates.


An article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association pointed out that in the United States, the third leading cause of death is treatment related to medicine. In other words, 180,000 people die annually from treatment errors made by doctors.


Dr. Peter Glidden, dedicated to exposing issues within mainstream healthcare, stated in an interview: "A few terrorists drove two planes into the World Trade Center, causing 3,500 deaths, and the United States went to war. But every month, 15,000 people die at the hands of doctors, and we remain indifferent. This is because we have been conditioned with the false belief that doctors are gods, mistakenly thinking that doctors know everything."

 

Redefining Health: Empowering Yourself

Have you understood up to this point?


The majority of people rely on and trust the healthcare industry today, from the government to the direction of scientific research, and even the entire educational structure of medical schools, advertising media, and the interconnected insurance system. They narrow people's focus on treatment to medical practices that were once considered unconventional.


This system generates diseases far more than it treats them. Take cancer as an example: whereas in the past, only 2 to 3 out of every 100 people would develop cancer, now it's closer to 1 out of every 2 to 3 people. The same holds true for many other chronic diseases, such as heart and brain ailments.


The problem with this system lies not in making profits itself but in doing so through monopolistic means, rather than prioritizing human health.


My intention in establishing SELFHEAL100% is not to expose how the healthcare system masquerades as a sheep while being a wolf underneath, but rather to awaken you, just as I have been awakened. We've been hypnotized for too long. Let's not blindly trust and rely on medication and doctors anymore. You must understand that the best doctor is yourself. When armed with accurate information and taking action, you're more powerful than a hundred or a thousand doctors. Let's steer clear of disease and embrace a healthy, joyful life.



Disclaimer: The content provided in this article is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider regarding any medical condition. The author is not a licensed healthcare professional, and reliance on the information provided is at your own risk. Consult a healthcare professional before making any significant changes to your lifestyle or treatment plan.



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