The fraud called "disease name".

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Much is made of assigning a name to suffering. As if that name solves all problems and leads to a cure. It does not but both doctors and patients feel satisfied they are doing something when in reality the condition is made worse.

Suppose you face an accident. When you are taken to a hospital you are told you are suffering from several diseases. Cuts, abrasions, concussion, ligament tear, fractures. They tell you they are all separate diseases and that you need to show different specialists. They say they don't know why you have suffered these diseases, there is no cure and you need to take medicines for life. You are also told you need to face several small accidents so you get accustomed and don't suffer such "diseases" again.

Will you agree to the above? Crazy is it not? The same thing is happening to you all the time. You are beset with toxicity. You are not aware that the body needs to detoxify. The body's attempt to detoxify is perceived as an irritant and suppressed. The toxins affect the body at several levels and each manifestation is given a separate name and treated as a separate disease that is attended to by separate specialists. You are told the cause is not known and that you need to take medicines for life. You are also told you need to be injected with toxins and disease agents all your life so your body gets accustomed and you don't suffer any more. So your body needs to become more toxic to fight the inherent toxicity!

What is being done is just destruction of symptoms. Imagine the body to be a very sophisticated machine (just to please the reductionist). The machine has several inbuilt protection measures. There are lights to flash, sirens to ring, speakers to warn when things go wrong. The sophisticated machine unfortunately comes under the supervision of a crude mechanic. When the lights flash he destroys the lights. When the siren rings he switches it off. When the speakers provide recorded instructions he disconnects them. Then he is happy that the lights do not flash, the siren does not sound anymore and the speakers have fallen silent. The machine is fine, he exults. Then one day the machine starts shaking and then ceases to function. When called for an explanation the mechanic says, I did everything possible but the machine just died!

This madness is being perpetuated as science. It is taught in medical colleges and our governments agree to it. The industry is happy because more and more disease names are created that it can feed off to profit and grow. As one disease name is "treated", the body shifts to another more toxic state that is given yet another name and "treated". The charade goes on till your bank balance is depleted and ends with your body giving up the ghost. We will very soon see a day when death too will be given a disease name so that the vultures can feed off the corpse.

Comment by Jim Earles:
Makes me think of this short passage, written by Dr. Tom Cowan: "I remember a poignant and pivotal moment when I was in medical school back in the early 1980s. I was doing gastroenterology with a proctologist, a doctor who treats diseases of the anus and rectum. The patient was a farmer who had a frank way of talking. He told the proctologist that he had an itchy butt.

"The doctor then explained that there would be a number of causes of his condition. It could be parasites, it could be ulcerative proctitis, it could be cancer of the rectum or anal region, and that he would have to order some tests. So he ordered a stool test, he ordered a blood test, and he did a sigmoidoscopy and a colonoscopy of the lower GI, which is a barium X-ray of his lower bowel. And all this cost about ten thousand dollars and took a couple weeks.

"Then the farmer came back to his office and the doctor said, “I’ve found out what’s the matter with you. You have pruritus ani.” Pruritus ani in Latin means “itchy anus.” I started to laugh, which probably wasn’t a good thing for my grade. I knew a little bit of Latin at the time and I said, “But he told you that.”

"But the proctologist was very serious: “Yes, but this is an official medical diagnosis. There is a very specific treatment for pruritus ani, using cortisone creams. You can find it in the textbooks.”

"Unfortunately, a lot of medical diagnoses are like the diagnosis the farmer got from his proctologist. For example, eczema means “skin rash” in Latin. So you go to an expensive dermatologist and tell him that your skin itches. The dermatologist looks at it and five minutes later he tells you that you have eczema. My guess is that 80-90 percent of all medical diagnoses are actually the Latin translation of what the patient told the doctor."