Outing The Washingtonian and the Criminalization of Medicine

By Jim Fetzer

“You can fool some of the people all of the time and all of the people some of the time, but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time”–Abraham Lincoln

250px-Alen_J_SalerianThe War on Drugs is as phony as the War on Terror. Congress, the CDC and the DEA have criminalized adolescent experimentation with marijuana at enormous cost to society, where, behind the scenes, “Big Pharma” controls the use of drugs in medicine and rips off the public with mark-ups that spiral the cost of medical care upward, while physicians are now pawns in the criminalization of medicine.

While it used to be the practice of the DEA to sell drugs in schools, it has now adopted the far more sophisticated strategy of targeting a special class of persons, those who are in need of psychiatric care. Since their drug prescriptions are recorded electronically–as well as the names of their physicians–tracking those who possess them–no matter that they are from prescriptions–is effortless and turns them into “sitting ducks”.

Then the DEA can track them and arrange for car stops, for example, by local law enforcement, which then leads to their arrest and the prosecution of their physicians for alleged offenses. The cops get credit for a “bust”, the drugs are “taken off the street” and the DEA builds it statistics to sustain the “War on Drugs”.

This creates inflated numbers supporting a “drug epidemic”. Imagine my astonishment at discovering that The Washingtonian–a more sophisticated version of The National Enquirer, which, in this case, specializes in high-end gossip about people and politics in Washington, D.C.–had done a hit piece on my good friend, Alen J. Salerian, M.D., the former top shrink for the FBI, which exemplifies this new strategy.

Alen and I go back many years, where I have previously published, “Is the War on Drugs as phony as the War on Terror?” about the disgraceful and unwarranted raid on his home by more than a dozen heavily-armed agents of the ATF, who terrorized his wife and his daughter, took his computers and his cars and froze his bank accounts based upon false information from an incompetent source.

As a psychiatrist, of course, he does prescribe drugs for his patients, which is the key difference between psychologists and psychiatrists, but the raid was absurd. It turns out that his problems appear to have arisen from someone with no understanding of psycho-pharmachology attempting to second guess one of the world’s leading experts.  This article looked to me like a op, which would be confirmed by a surprising development in the course of posting my comments in The Washingtonian.

The article, “The Spectacular Unraveling of Washington’s Favorite Shrink”, by one Ariel Sabar, appeared with the subtitle, “Heiresses, politicians, and the FBI used to have Alen Salerian on speed dial. Not anymore.” But from reading the article, no one would have had any idea why in the world he would have been “Washington’s favorite shrink”. More importantly, it represents another instance of what Ronald Libby calls “The Criminalization of Medicine”, where a physician can face criminal penalties for the proper practice of his profession.

The Signs of a Disinfo Op

There are characteristic indications that something isn’t right when an article like this has such a lop-sided and irrational slant. After all, if Alen Salerian once was “Washington’s favorite shrink”, then surely there must have been good reasons for that; but if you read this article carefully, you will find they are essentially non-existent. And the claims being made about the death of two of his “patients” did not sound right, especially when there is evidence that contradicts those claims.

The two cases that are held against him here concern a patient by the name of “Paul”, who turns out to have died from an undiagnosed intestinal ulcer TWO YEARS AFTER HE HAD LEFT ALEN’S CARE.  And the other, Paddy Kennedy, appears to have died from a rare congenital corinary disease, which was only detected after two nationally recognized medical authorities–one a cardiologist, the other a toxicologist–had taken a closer look at the case. But you would not know this from the article authored by Ariel Sabar.

You don’t have to have taught logic, critical thinking and scientific reasoning for 35 years to perceive that this article commits the informal fallacy known as “special pleading”, by citing only the evidence favorable to your side and ignoring the rest. In this case, moreover, I knew up-close-and-personal that it had happened in this case, because Ariel Sabar had contacted me about Alen Salerian in doing research for this article, where I had praised Alen’s genius as a pioneer in the responsible use of narcotics to help patients cope with chronic pain.

Not only did I know he had information from me that cast an entirely different light on Alen’s contributions, but I had directed him to the article I had published about the raid on his home, explaining that he was causing trouble for the CDC and the DEA by exposing statistics that show the alleged “epidemic of narcotics abuse” has no foundation in fact, which means that the “War on Drugs” IS as phony as the “War on Terror”, where we know that domestic terrorist threats are virtually non-existent.

Alen, alas, has been a severe critic that the CDC and DEA want to silence. But the tendency that Libby has noticed is that, increasingly, physicians are being treated as though they were criminals when they are engaged in the proper practice of their professions. Alen now faces a criminal trial in Abingdon, VA, for the alleged distribution of drugs (for being “a drug dealer”, in the vernacular), even though the prescriptions he has issued for his patients have proven effective in alleviating their pain and enabling them to regain control over their lives. If he has done something wrong, surely other professionals are the ones to make that determination, not a jury selected from the general population at random.


So what’s going on here?

The content and the timing of this article appear to be intended to poison the public in anticipation of the trial to be held ten days hence (this coming week). It not only reeks of special pleading but employs “straw man” arguments by exaggerating his alleged offenses and minimizing the contributions that his work has brought in alleviating the suffering of hundreds of patients. The claim is that he has “over-prescribed” prescription drugs, where,

The real reasons, however, appear to be much different, where Dr. Salerian has been doing everything he can to expose the fact that, over the past 10 years, 2,000 doctors have lost their licenses and were forced to exile or jail. Sadly, DEA’s dirty campaign is based upon false CDC statistics.

And, in collaboration with other dedicated physicians, he has been promoting awareness of more effective ways to cope with pain, which would have the consequence of promoting the legalization of drugs, once the treatment of pain using drugs is properly viewed as a medical problem rather than a criminal offense.

When you review the statistics Alen has emphasized (which I have featured in the earlier article), it should be obvious that the facts are on his side and that the claims of a “narcotics epidemic” in this country are not well founded. The efforts he and his colleagues have exerted to bring about a transformation of understanding in the public mind–such as the “Pain/Brain Festival” he and his colleagues had organized–have either been sabotaged or worse, where two of his closest associates were killed in a plane crash the timing of which looks extremely suspicious to me.

Having sabotaged the "Pain/Brain Festival", his critics lampooned it for a modest turn out.

Having sabotaged the “Pain/Brain Festival”, his critics lampooned it for a modest turn out.

It appears to me that this assault on Alen Salerian is motivated by the desire to suppress accurate information about drugs and their potential to relieve pain and suffering to keep the supply limited and prices high. I am ashamed to observe that the CIA has become the biggest drug dealer in the world, where the DEA appears to be its enforcement arm, which has come down hard on Alen Salerian for not buckling under. To appreciate what’s going on and Ariel Sabel’s role in this op, read on.

The initial commentaries

The first to comment on this article were several patients of Alen, who knew how much they had benefitted from his treatment and how devastated they were that he was being barred from practicing medicine. Not long thereafter, someone using the name “Doctor Gatito” showed up, which I strongly suspect was because the author, Ariel Sabar, felt that he needed reinforcements. But “Doctor Gatito” demonstrated that he was completely out of his league and had no apparent knowledge of psycho-pharmacology, where cutting off Alen from his patients has led to serious degrees of loss of their coping ability by his patients as well as several suicides.


“Doctor Gatito” enters the frey

As I observe in response to the appearance of “Doctor Gatito”, his description of himself as a “Palliative Medicine Consultant” could mean that he dispenses medicine at a long-term care facility or that he assists at a hospice. Even when I asked if he had any background with regard to psychiatry or psycho-pharmacology, he did not respond to the question but offered irrelevant attacks on my research into the assassination of JFK, which displayed his willingness to leap to conclusions without considering the relevant evidence, precisely the offense he appears to me to have committed based upon his very limited encounter with one of Alen’s patients.


The stunning confirmation

You probably missed the remark by Mike Chaney, “You lost the argument here, if you were wondering”.  While I wasn’t “wondering”, it seemed to me that Mike, once again, had no idea what he was talking about, so I posted a response suggesting that he ought to study “Reasoning about Assassinations”, which I had presented at Cambridge and subsequently published in an international, peer-reviewed journal. Because, as Michael Baden, M.D., has observed, if the “magic bullet” theory is false, then there were at least six shots from three directions:

Imagine my surprise when I discovered that my response to Mike Chaney had somehow disappeared. I reposted it and it disappeared again. So I took the step of adding a new paragraph to the comment, explaining that it had “disappeared” and requesting that it remain in place because–as I explained in the new, expanded comment–it had to do with my credentials and qualifications as a student of JFK. It included the original two paragraph plus the first paragraph you can read here:

Why did it not surprise me that this comment, too, would be deleted. It was obvious that a response I had considered to be no more important than any other had assumed a significance far beyond my expectations, no doubt because, by demonstrating that the “magic bullet” theory is not only false but provably false and not even anatomically possible, I had proven that there have to have been at least six shots from three directions.

Ask yourself, what possible reason could there be for deleting this post–not just once, but several times–when it offers proof that at least six shots were fired at JFK from three directions? Only an op intended to suppress research on the death of our 35th president would do something like that. So while I began by recognizing that the appeals to special pleading, straw men and ad hominem arguments indicated that this was some kind of disinformation op, here I had a simple but stunning confirmation.

Back to the discussion thread

It was at this point in the development of the discussion threat that I began to figure out what had happened to cause this catastrophe, where I made inquiries of “Doctor Gatito” about the strength of his background and qualifications to be rendering judgments about the treatment of patients by one of the world’s leading experts in psycho-pharmacology.  And it was then that I realized he had simply “rushed to judgment” in a complex area of psychiatry where he actually possessed no discernible credentials, yet displayed apodictic confidence in his right and ability to judge:


The Sean Dix Summary

I now believed I understood what had taken place. An individual of great arrogance who considered himself to be qualified to render judgments about a patient under the care of an acknowledge expert in psycho-pharmacology had taken it upon himself to affect the treatment, not just of one patient in Northern California, but the whole practice of the former head of the FBI’s Psychiatric Response Unit. I was therefore extremely please to see that Sean Dix, whom I also know personally and have written about in Veterans Today, published a very thorough and detail summary of the case:

The case of Alen Salerian, like that of Sean Dix himself, demonstrates that we as a nation have completely lost our way, that we have told ourselves so many lies that we can no longer separate truth from fiction. Under these circumstances, it is no surprise that we cannot distinguish right from wrong or even begin to discriminate between those making constructive contributions to society and those whose ignorance is equalled only by their arrogance.

Some 2,000 doctors have been driven into bankruptcy or worse because of the criminalization of medicine, where let us hope that the trial in Abingdon will result in a just decision for Alen Salerian, M.D., which would be a form of vindication for the sacrifice they have made. The “War on Drugs” really is as phony as the “War on Terror” and the criminalization of medicine is a catastrophe for the nation, because physicians are among our most precious human resources.

What is truly “criminal” is that so many who have sacrificed so much for the benefit of the public have been treated like common criminals by agencies that have political agendas of their own, which are far removed from promoting the welfare of the people. But you are not going to learn that from the DEA, the CDC, the CIA or Ariel Sabar. We have to get a grip on the limited resources available to the population at large lest we find ourselves incapable of treating our own maladies, no matter whether physical or mental. This nation must do better.

Jim Fetzer, a former Marine Corps officer, is McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

Jim Fetzer

A former Marine Corps officer, Jim Fetzer has published widely on the theoretical foundations of scientific knowledge, computer science, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and evolution and mentality.

McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth, he has also conducted extensive research into the assassination of JFK, the events of 9/11, and the plane crash that killed Sen. Paul Wellstone.

The founder of Scholars for 9/11 Truth, his latest books include The Evolution of Intelligence (2005), The 9/11 Conspiracy (2007), Render Unto Darwin (2007), and The Place of Probability in Science (2010).

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26 Responses to "Outing The Washingtonian and the Criminalization of Medicine"

  1. jake gittes  February 10, 2014 at 1:04 pm

    That TPTB are still trying to stifle legitimate JFK research and continue to promote the lone nut theory is telling and was blatantly evident in the recent, ridiculous 50th anniversary “programming.”

    A two-part question for Dr. Fetzer Was the term “limited hang-out” coined during Watergate, and could the term “limited hang-out” be a “limited hang-out” itself?

    Consider this from Wikipedia (yeah, I know)

    “… In a March 22, 1973 meeting between Richard Nixon, John Dean, John Ehrlichman, John Mitchell, and H.R. Haldeman, Ehrlichman incorporated the term into a new and related one, “modified limited hangout.”
    The phrase was coined in the following exchange

    PRESIDENT You think, you think we want to, want to go this route now? And the–let it hang out, so to speak?

    DEAN Well, it’s, it isn’t really that–

    HALDEMAN It’s a limited hang out.

    DEAN It’s a limited hang out.

    EHRLICHMAN It’s a modified limited hang out.

    PRESIDENT Well, it’s only the questions of the thing hanging out publicly or privately.

    Before this exchange, the discussion captures Nixon outlining to Dean the content of a report that Dean would create, laying out a misleading view of the role of the White House staff in events surrounding the Watergate burglary. …”

    I can’t imagine Nixon saying “hang out” unless he was on “Laugh-In.” If “that whole Bay of Pigs thing” refers to the JFK assassination, could Limited Hang Out = Lee Harvey Oswald?

  2. michalslahor  February 7, 2014 at 4:27 am

    Hey Fetzer, you know that so called Dr. Gatlilo, I’m almost 100% sure it is Ariel Sabar. One of the comments by the alleged Doctors says, “especially such a quality piece of investigative journalism such as this”. Totally written by the author who was upset at the result of his work leading to the good Doctors patients to write back and call out this POS investigation.

  3. Chandler  February 4, 2014 at 10:11 am

    40 years of medicine does not make one perfect but it gives a little credence to what is said. Medicine has been criminal for many years. The ones who spend the least amount of time with some very sick patients, have the most authority over them. Unless it is a family member of one of the doctors, doctors can refuse to come to the hospital when called even though they are on-call for the hospital. They are rude, condescending, belittling, disconnected, in denial, and disinterested, not to mention arrogant and butt holes. Telephone orders must be verified now by two R.N.’s due to the growing mistrust of their own integrity. Milking the insurance system has been a criminal act for many years. Patients are viewed a money making possibilities, not people with life threatening illnesses.
    The AMA is powerful..They get what they want despite what patients need.
    Search; Texas Observer, September 2013, Dr. Christopher Duntsch. “Anatomy of a Tragedy.” AMA acted immediately, many would have been saved. But, they did not.

  4. JS  February 2, 2014 at 7:19 pm

    Speaking of pain on this Superbowl Sunday, P.A.S.T. is doing good work helping ex-athletes with pain, concussion, and addiction issues. They help educate high school and college athletes too. I’d like to see Veterans get this kind of integrated medical help.

  5. JS  February 2, 2014 at 6:50 pm

    Dr. Fetzer, our health system, and society, does a horrible job at properly diagnosing and managing pain. People with pain are considered to be throwaway, hypochondriacs at best, crazy at worst. People are forced to self-medicate, leading to unnecessary addictions and suicides.

    I like the groundbreaking work being done by P.A.S.T. pain and concussion multidisciplinary medical team that helps ex-athletes. P.A.S.T. is featured in the remarkable web series Casualties of the Gridiron. I watched all 12 short episodes yesterday.

    Their integrated approach to pain and concussion problems faced by ex-athletes has obvious applications for Veterans, especially those with traumatic brain injury caused by IEDs. And it is the way that pain SHOULD be treated, for any of us.

  6. jmreeves  February 2, 2014 at 5:32 pm

    There is no Halfway (mister in between)
    Either you trust your fellows to not abuse, as you would, and so on,
    Or you are forever at threat from people way too much like you (look in the Mirror dammit!
    But ‘they’ will keep ‘you’ (and who exactly is that, ever consider late at night) keep you safe(??)..
    Most of what most people waste their lives on
    is a mix of dignifying your existence in the eyes of the others,
    and trying to find your way (while keeping them satisfied?
    Doing what all the others are doing and hoping nobody notices?
    A Walk through the Ocean of Most Souls Would Scarcely Get Your Feet Wet!
    I take no pleasure in this observation, I was born onto two also.
    It amazes me how little one must do the be ‘different’
    But doing it well takes a lot more study.
    The idea of We have Met the Enemy and It is Us comes up from time to time
    Total Poisonous Bullshit (and not the case At ALL!!
    The ‘enemy’ lacks Empathy..
    You and I may lack Insight, But we DO NOT LACK EMPATHY (or it would not hurt so bad!
    Tell me the error of my ways.
    Tell me I am the only one who saw this (so it is all my imagination!
    I have a really halfway adequate imagination,
    I must admit, I am limited by what I think Possible.
    I might have a different envelope but we have the same situation.
    You are limited by what you think is possible.
    Thinking Allowed Again (look up Jeffery Mishlove)
    Now that the robots are going to do most of the work, we need to find a new way to pay people,
    not tied to their ‘production’.
    (but also not creating a way to breed incessantly and waste every bodies time..
    The Moral Hazard issue.
    Start giving this some serious thought..
    Before the armed robots take over the world and start bossing you around!


    • jmreeves  February 2, 2014 at 9:21 pm

      I have a half wild shorthair tomcat who shelters here.
      It warms my cockles to know he is here and OK
      even though he yells unnecessarily, lord knows what happened to him..
      But Not Here..
      For all of his street smarts, he does not know the half of it.
      Truth be told, if Cats were in charge, this never would have proceeded as it did.
      There it No Way to explain to a cat what the humans have been up to
      (or how very in danger we all are)
      I like giving him a place where someone (me) cares.
      It must be the Jewish Mother in me.. I just feel better when I know he is OK.
      Very cold here just now, if the critters have a hole they are in it by now.
      Where are the ‘homeless’
      Did someone round them up and put them somewhere?
      This won’t even pass for an exhaustive survey (nor do I mean it so)
      It is very cold.. where are the street people..
      There but for the Grace of God.



    • ani  February 2, 2014 at 9:33 pm

      Poignant and True John

      Peace to you and your cat

    • jmreeves  February 2, 2014 at 9:47 pm

      Hi Hi

      I will sleep better tonight knowing there are people like you in the world
      I take heart in the fact that we are comparing notes and catching on.
      It is a finite set, it is difficult but entirely possible to orient yourself.
      My Best to All,


    • ani  February 2, 2014 at 9:58 pm

      wot I know

      we Become our story

      and our stories mesh.

      There is no separation

      and Dreams DO come True.

      Sweet Dreams

  7. JS  February 2, 2014 at 4:13 pm

    It seems to me, the essential point is that Dr. Salerian gave his professional opinion on the strange behavior of Gene Rosen, who was a key figure in the Sandy Hook psy-op. Sandy Hook cannot be allowed to be questioned. Therefore, Dr. Salerian had to go.

    So the proper response should be: Redouble efforts on Sandy Hook. Obviously, it’s that important.

    • jmreeves  February 2, 2014 at 4:29 pm

      A pattern forms..
      Do some kind of incident,
      Tear the facility down
      Build a monument (and a Legend)
      The Holohoax is an early example.
      Now we have 911 and etc.
      Remember when they would have given the place a good scrub,
      maybe put up a plaque or something,
      and another day at the office.
      Do Not Build Monuments to Malfunctions (especially if it was on purpose!
      If people suffered unusually, feel free to put up a plaque,
      and enter it in the history of the facility.


  8. jglassel.  February 2, 2014 at 10:47 am

    Laws are designed to make select people rich.

    The solution, eliminate most of the laws.

    You can do something about it, join your state’s secession movement. I hope VT will write about the growing strength of some of these movements.

  9. jmreeves  February 2, 2014 at 3:28 am

    An End to the Medical Mafia!
    All Prohibitions are just fodder for organized crime.
    No More Prescriptions, No More Priesthood,
    No More ‘Illegal Drugs’
    Chemistry and Botany are belong to all.
    People who use drugs do not need ‘treatment’,
    They need pure drugs at cost plus prices.
    If whatever they use it for subsides they will drive with conditions (or not, personal problems)
    In any case it is not up to you or I to say what they should do.
    As long as they do not cause deliberate or gross negligence harm..
    Why do we let other humans dictate how we care for ourselves or each other.
    These bastards pretend to protect us (from ourselves??)
    What a self serving racket!
    And the cottage industry that has grown up around ‘abuse of drugs’..
    What a Production, and the REAL poison requires a Prescription!


    • ani  February 3, 2014 at 2:00 am

      How touching jmreeves, your words, when today in Oz we heard about the death in NYC of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman: sad sad sad

      altho thousands of ordinary kids die the same way, and they are regarded as scum junkies.

      and on the same day, we hear about Dylan Farrow’s allegations against Woody Allen.
      Given his relationship with daughter he adopted with Mia, I hope someone is Listening with a view to Justice for Dylan.

  10. jmreeves  February 2, 2014 at 2:52 am

    The provision of advice is not a Natural Monopoly.
    No person born onto two legs just as you were has any province dictating
    what would on your part constitute abuse in the instance.
    The matter of Moccasins comes up.
    One persons coping mechanism is another’s moral decrepitude.
    to Each Their Own.
    The Golden Rule.
    One Size Does Not Fit All.
    I wish for you to contemplate how the giving of advice (maybe good advice)
    turned into a virtual dictatorship (and you will proxy and inflict it upon your children,
    or suffer the consequences,.
    The matter of advice not being a monopoly might not impress you.
    You are not Stupid, but have you been taken in?
    Are you allowing the ‘experts’ to do your thinking?
    Are you acting as an unpaid proxy for the state,
    and inflicting upon your children the will of the state by proxy?
    Is that a good idea?


  11. Pink Rabbit  February 1, 2014 at 11:20 pm

    The health care committees and administrators like to pretend they know how to measure quality and unfortunately are given the power to do so. But in fact it is impossible to define medical care quality in a ten point checklist. But they do it anyway. For example if any physician who prescribed amytriptaline in the elderly (even if low dose and well tolerated) is judged bad while another physician who doesn’t listen to the patient, prescribes a med the patient told the doctor didnt work before and gave side effects is judged a good doctor because that isn’t on the checklist. Or a doctor can prescribe multiple meds that conflict with one another as long as it isn’t amytriptaline in the elderly. Or the quality of a health care corporation is defined by how many mammograms they do. The clever ones spend all their time on the measurements and NONE on anything else. People are complex and varied and I like to vary things based on the situation overall considering a number of things. And who might help develop the check lists? Whether for unadmitted cost control or other reasons. Requiring mamograms is good PR for women but is that really one of the top needs for quality of care overall? Oxycodone and hydrocodone products specifically are so popular for abuse, some addicts prefer it over other street drugs if it’s available. Rather than restrict all opiate pain meds like they are pushing, maybe they should just get rid of those. If they eliminate most prescription pain meds, then only street drugs will be available some bad guys will benefit.

    • jmreeves  February 1, 2014 at 11:33 pm

      A pharma exec admitted a few years back that matching a pharmaceutical with a condition
      was a crapshoot.. ‘Most Drugs don’t work for Most People’ (goes double with psych meds,
      antibiotics and pain relief and such are probably more predictable.
      I found this fellows candor refreshing.
      Search on “Steve Connor: Most drugs don’t work on most people”


    • jmreeves  February 1, 2014 at 11:44 pm

      Then we have the Hospice thing.
      If all you could do was die comfortably it has something to be said for it.
      In practice, you are it seems expected to expire in six months or less.
      What if you were one of those unfortunate individuals who lived for several years,
      having found new inspiration and healed (it happens) (they would kill you first!)
      Think Very Carefully before letting anyone else plan your future (including sneaky people).


  12. jmreeves  February 1, 2014 at 10:18 pm

    Thanks for this.
    The medical mafia attained priesthood status some time ago,
    and is fratricidal.
    The matter of going after the pain doctors.. some matter of suffering as self mortification,
    Feeling Good has been demonized, and that extends to the matter of pain medication.
    No one has a province to tell you what chemistry you can use.
    The Medical Mafia took over around the time of the 1917 ‘Spanish’ (sic) flu.
    These gangsters (racketeers actually) can do what no one else can..
    They can have you confined on a whim until they choose to release you.
    No charges, no recourse, star chamber, and you are the ”nut’ and so you lack credibility a priori.
    Look into CCHR and Dr. Peter Breggin for a start.
    Once More With Feeling..Who Appointed These Creeps God?
    They also eschew any spiritual nature and have a purely mechanistic view,
    both of which result in a very narrow minded view of critterdom (imposed by force).
    These people should be up on charges.


    • jmreeves  February 1, 2014 at 10:57 pm

      From what I have gathered, the education that doctors endure
      was designed by the cut / burn / poison big pharma ‘disease as a way of managing humans’ outfit.
      A lot about ‘name that pathology’ and pharmaceuticals, not so much about nutrition,
      or the body having an ability to heal if afforded the chance in many cases.
      The word ‘Cure’ is just never said. (Remission is Possible!)
      Now they have hooked up with the insurance companies and the FEDGov
      To take your money (and your life).
      Make no mistake Romneycare (it actually was modeled in Massachusetts
      Is a way to use ‘medicine’ (or medical ‘care’) as a means of control,
      and make a good living doing it too.
      And to keep a detailed secret (from you, everybody else can see it)
      dossier on you (and your children)
      (CPS and the Government Schools are part of this racket to box you in.
      It is most definitely NOT about your improved health, and ALL about how to manipulate and fleece you.
      And then Kill You!
      Along the way crippling you and your kids with ‘vaccinations’ (which they have in mind to force on you).
      The good doctors will exit, and we will be left with carpetbagging rent seeking
      wet behind the ears water carriers for the racket which has occupied the space
      which legitimately belongs to the Healing Arts.
      Avoid these like the plague, stay clear of the Medical Mafia, avoid contact if at all possioble!
      The Only Way to Win is to Not Play.


    • bahmi  February 2, 2014 at 11:31 am

      I would like to see somebody write a book and prove, step to step, just exactly how medical professionals buy into slash and burn “care and treatment” of patients. Clearly, medico-legal jurisprudence is a minefield. The legal profession considers the testimony of “peers in the field” and considers accepted practice to come up with a supposedly reasonable determination that treatment was or was not proper or correct. Of course, jury trials are subject to the showmanship and games that lawyers bring to the courtroom. Juries can be fooled, can be tampered with, can be lopsided in composition. Then again, the Supreme Court is patently lopsided and nobody cares except losing parties.
      One of the more perverted games being played now in medicine is the hope that DEA, AMA, etc can take away the branch of medical science known as naturopathy where natural substances and various techniques are used to make people well. If you’ve ever needed the care of a cardiologist, did he EVER tell you about the techniques developed by Dr. Linus Pauling, 2 time Nobel Laureate, that deal with simple substances like Vitamin C and amino acids like lysine and proline, to strengthen the heart without causing side effects? Pauling discovered that people strongly lacking in Vit C tend to accumulate the ravages of cholesterol blockages in the vessels. Yet, your doc likely does not know about this!!!

    • jmreeves  February 2, 2014 at 1:08 am

      This is as good an opportunity as any to take issue with the prospect of peeking up everyone’s skirts.
      That has long been recognized as Bad Form (still is) and is downright counterproductive.
      Do you have a morbid preoccupation with what your neighbor had for breakfast?
      It seems some do!
      Why is anyone assembling detailed data sets on all of us on an open ended basis,
      what good could come of this?
      It is not any of their business anyway.
      This attempt to micromanage creation is an arrogant malfunction of magnitudinous proportions
      (a really big screwup


  13. Preston James, Ph.D  February 1, 2014 at 9:41 pm

    Another excellent exposed of Deep USG corruption. In this case a criminal conspiracy to discredit one of America’s best Psychiatrists in order to protect criminal USG interests. And yes, Prof. Fetzer gets it correct that there is open season on any MD’s or health professionals that vary from the FDA party line on vaccines or the war on drugs. This case is truly disgusting and those top policy-Makers should be indicted by a grand jury, arrested, convicted and given long prison sentences under RICO.

  14. JS  February 2, 2014 at 7:09 pm

    I agree about the racketeering. The problem is that most of the ones who should face RICO charges, are the ones in charge, and they are NOT charged. Instead, they are the ones who collude with gov’t in railroading good MDs out of the industry. I know of a good Internist here in Missouri, who was wrongly convicted and lost his license. He committed suicide. He was the patsy (whistleblower?) for a very real racketeering operation which continues merrily on. The Psychiatry wing of the hospital chain where he worked, should be indicted for what they are doing. Federal and state laws are being broken daily. But the hospital defends them at every turn, because they are a massive CASH COW for the hospital. Crimes are swept under the rug, as long as they all make money.

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