Legislated Obamacare creates an urgent need for self-healing and preventive treatment
With the Supreme Court’s recent 5-4 approval of Obamacare as being a legal and just tax on the American people, the long-term ramifications of this policy are only beginning to surface. While it may seem nice and deserving for those citizens who cannot afford health insurance, the new law “imposes” the burden of the new tax on the middle-class. But didn’t Obama himself claim that Obamacare was not a tax?
I don’t know about you, but I’m a middle-classer. And those in the middle-class that I know are already suffering tremendous financial burdens after the depression of 2008. I know many without jobs. I know many whose homes are in foreclosure. I know many recent college grads who are unable to find descent work. I know many adult children who are living at home.
IF the middle-class is called upon to give to the poor when the middle-class is already in a state of dire hardship, THEN the middle-class becomes poor as a result of it. This new call for taxation imposes a new tax on a class already in distress, which can only result in the creation of not one lower-class sector of society, but two. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to readily see what will happen next.
With the Supreme Court ruling regarding Obamacare, the American people need to realize how important it is, now more than ever, to become a healthy nation! The American people should focus on self-healing and preventative treatment, instead of drugging themselves to no avail. To do this, Americans must understand the cause and effect of disease and obesity.
Our present-day healthcare system is in shambles. Disease is out of control. Obesity is quickly hedging toward the 70% level. Drug use is at an all-time high. It should be obvious to all concerned that our current way of doing things is not working.
In my new book WARNINGS of Disease, I focus on the cause and effect of disease to reveal how obesity is the end result of improper consumption. I was diagnosed with over 35 diseases and was overweight, yet doctors were unable to provide a direct cause. Doctors prescribed dozens of drugs and advocated multiple surgeries, but I kept getting sicker. So I decided to take matters into my own hands and to step away from the unknown. I was tired of not knowing why I was sick. I soon realized that since it was my body that was sick, there must be something that I was doing wrong that was making me to get sick. This is the basis of cause and effect.
I realized that most doctors don’t care about why or how I got sick and gained weight. All they care about is getting rid of the symptoms. When a patient goes to a doctor with a complaint, the doctor gets out his prescription pad to authorize a drug that will coverup the malady. And when drugs don’t help, he advocates surgery. There is no cure involved. There is no talk of prevention. There is no talk about diet or exercise. Here – just take this drug and I’ll see you in a month – when your prescription runs out. This creates a medical paradigm (standard), which perpetuates sickness and disease!
When a patient buys into the model of perpetual disease, when they accept a doctor’s judgement (the diagnosis), then the patient becomes stuck in a perpetual state of dis-ease. Good health is never the outcome.
In order to gain good health, we must do things that are good for us. We need to eat healthy foods, not processed junk food. We need to exercise, which is proven to be beneficial, not sit on our hind ends being idle. We need to use non-toxic products, not ones full of cancer-causing ingredients. We need to avoid toxic chemicals, altogether.
Once I came to understand the importance of taking care of my own body and then taking action to do so, I was CURED of my diseases, and I lost weight without even trying. I no longer take any drugs. I lost over 60 pounds. And I have been healthy for the past 15 years. As a result, I really resent our government dictating what kind and how much health insurance I must buy.
The newly legislated Obamacare is a travesty for an already sick and financially-burdened nation. The demand that all citizens buy health insurance is touted as a new tax, but it opens the floodgates to our government being able to demand every citizen to buy homeowners’ insurance (to lighten the government burden of federally-backed loans), to buy flood insurance (a government program), to buy pet insurance (to lighten each municipality’s burden of animal control), etc. At what point will our government’s demands stop? We need to remember the definition of communism – A political theory advocating class war, which leads to a society in which all property is publicly owned and every person works and is paid according to their abilities and needs. Is this what the American people want?
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