IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON IVERMECTIN
–There was an overwhelming response to the July 20th article on Ivermectin, a safe, inexpensive medicine which has proven extremely effective in treating Covid-19. It can only be given by prescription. In response to numerous requests for information on how to obtain Ivermectin, we are providing the website which gives a nationwide list of physicians who will prescribe it. Go to: covid19criticalcare.com
“My aim is to destroy the medical profession, because it is a culture of drugs not a culture of healing.” –The Honorable Elijah Muhammad
There is a reason why America’s healthcare system did such a dismal job of confronting the COVID-19 so-called “pandemic.” Her system was already rotten to the core and must be replaced. In fact, according to an August 4, 2021 CNN report called, “US comes in last in health care rankings of high-income countries”:
“The nation has landed in the basement in all seven studies the Commonwealth Fund has conducted since 2004. The U.S. is the only one of the 11 countries surveyed not to have universal health insurance coverage… Half of lower-income U.S. adults reported that they did not receive care because of the cost, compared to just over a quarter of higher-income Americans, the study found. In the United Kingdom, only 12% of people with lower incomes and 7% with higher incomes said they faced such financial barriers…
In addition to lower access to care, the U.S. also ranked poorly on maternal mortality, infant mortality, life expectancy at age 60, and deaths that were potentially preventable with timely access to care, the survey found.
And the nation landed at the bottom when it came to administrative efficiency because of the time providers and patients have to spend dealing with paperwork, duplicative medical testing and insurance disputes.”
Hindsight is surely “2020.” We can trace America’s present predicament to political decisions made in the past in her attempt to deprive Black people in America health care and the power of the oil barons to insert the profit motive in medical treatments.
In Part 1 of this series, we pointed out how mathematician Frederick Hoffman, working for Prudential Insurance in 1896, convinced the American government that by simply denying health care to Black people, we would die off in two generations. To accomplish this, Congress repeatedly denied the American people a form of “universal health insurance coverage,” because “Black people would get it.” Implementation of these policies to deny health care to Black people has left all poor Americans without health insurance. Even higher-income Americans are not receiving quality care because of the cost.
When a serious attempt to at least provide health insurance for the poor and the elderly was passed through Medicare/Medicaid in the 1960’s and the Affordable Health Act (Obama Care), the implementors of such programs found a way to deny or interfere with Black people getting proper care. Observe the testimony of Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet in a September 20, 2021 interview with Conan Milner describing the “Erosion of Medical Freedom”:
“A huge element of medical freedom that physicians historically have always defended is the oath of the physician: to carry out for the benefit of the patient to the best of their ability and judgment.
This is what the core principles of the physician-patient relationship have always stood for, until the 1960s when President Lyndon Johnson pushed through the Medicare/Medicaid Act. To get it passed, he promised that the government would not dictate treatment, would not set prices, and would not interfere with the physician-patient relationship.
All of this has been totally thrown out. The government sets the prices it’s going to pay, decides what it’s going to cover (in other words: dictates treatment for Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries), and it dictates what the doctors can do.
In the 1980s, the managed care model was really taking off, and administrators and bean counters with no medical training decided what would be covered, what doctors could do for treatment, and how many treatments a patient could have. They intruded into all aspects of medicine, dictating what could be done.
When physicians signed contracts with these third parties—private insurance companies, government programs, and managed care companies—they all started dictating what doctors could do, and what patients could be allowed to have.
It escalated with the 2010 health care law, which put in even more draconian controls. It gave an exemption to the anti-kickbacks statutes that Congress had enacted when they had pharmacy benefits managers come into the picture who were paid to deny doctor-prescribed medicines to patients. These pharmacy manager middlemen get a kickback to choose something else at a lower cost to benefit the insurance carrier, a pharmaceutical company, or whoever they’ve contracted with.”
The power of the pharmaceutical companies to dictate what doctors use to treat their patients goes back to the early 1900’s when the Rockefellers and Carnegies hired a non-medical school teacher and educational theorist to study the American and Canadian medical education system. The results of that study in 1910 is called “The Flexner Report.”
Health journalist S.D. Wells notes in the eBook 25 Amazing (and Disturbing) Facts About the Hidden History of Medicine, “Five score and two years ago, a man named Abraham Flexner was hired by John D. Rockefeller to evaluate the effectiveness of therapies being taught by medical colleges and institutions, with the ultimate goal of dominating control over pharmaceuticals.
“With partnerships including Andrew Carnegie and JP Morgan, a new “doorkeeper” would exist to influence legislative bodies on state and federal levels to create regulations and licensing “red tape” that strictly promoted drug medicine while stifling and shutting down alternative, inexpensive natural remedies. Those medical colleges and institutions that did not submit to this superpower of regulation were crushed and put out of business…
The Flexner report was conveniently titled Medical Education in the United States and Canada and the 22-page control ‘mechanism’ was more or less a teamster’s union, and medical schools in the U.S. were cut in half by the Flexner Report in less than 15 years, from 160 to 80, and then down below 70 by World War II. This concentrated control is the direct cause of the majority of problems with health care today.”
This Flexner Report strategy affected the Black healthcare system even more dramatically than for America has a whole. There were seven Black medical schools in 1910, less than two generations up from slavery and in the midst of Jim Crow. Now we have only four and they are not exclusively run by us. In 1923, there were 200 Black hospitals. In 2021 we have been left with only one.
Now that we have an historical perspective of how we, by falling for Integration, have put ourselves at the mercy of a ruthless, greedy, genocidal “healthcare” system. This so-called “COVID-19 pandemic” has shown us that we are suffering from institutional racism and biological warfare, so what are we going to do about it? The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad warned us in 1970’s that we need our own hospitals. Minister Farrakhan warned us on July 4, 2020 in “The Criterion” that we must set up a system by which we can test everything that the pharmaceutical industry attempts to bring into the Black community. Our choice remains “Separation or Death.”