One-Size-Fits-All Medicine Is No Less Absurd Than Mandating Nuts in Every MealNov 08, 2023
Good mental health is linked to good physical health and both support positive social and economic outcomes for individuals and society alike.
Yet bonds of trust were broken when over 190 governments from all over the world ended up dealing with the Covid pandemic in almost exactly the same manner, with lockdowns, mask mandates, and vaccination cards, resulting in lost jobs, social isolation, broken relationships, canceled health appointments, and mental stress.
Instead of receiving advice on how to improve our diet, physical and mental health, reduce co-morbidities, and enhance our whole body's ecosystem. We witnessed a never-ending vaccine infomercial based on fear.
"Fear is the main driver of this plandemic, as it leads to higher mortality rates and, moreover, can alter a person's belief system. Intentionally spreading fear and panic is therefore immoral and indecent." Dr Simon Goddek, Biotechnologist
The many hypocrisies, contradictions, and questionable public health measures surrounding the "Covid" trojan horse have created a lack of trust in the medico-pharmaceutical industrial complex and public health officials.
"During the 16th-century reformation, many lay people understood the bible better than most priests. During the 21st century pandemic, many lay people understood science better than most scientists. Long-term implications will be equally profound." Martin Kulldorf, Epidemiologist and Biostatistician
Awareness has been raised that personal health and wellbeing can not be outsourced. Therefore creating both an increasing need and the desire for individuals to take ownership of their's and their families health.
One-Size-Fits-All Medicine: It's No Less Absurd Than Mandating Nuts in Every Meal
"... all of our bodies are different. We all react differently to medicine. Some of you, heck, react differently to peanuts! Something as safe as eating nuts, and some of you die from it, which is why we put allergy information on everything ... And yet, here we are, nobody's taking any responsibility for imposing vaccine mandates when we know, just like peanuts, that people's bodies react differently. And some people have died from this thing." Maajid Nawaz
Whilst we are now faced with an ethical battle, whereby personal and national sovereignty has been risked through medical tyranny. An opportunity exists for reimagining the delivery of health to support the powerful engine that is driving from a dependent victim state to being a victor over one's life experience as a result.
"It [medicine] was already going in the wrong direction, this kind of hierarchical relationship [between the doctor and patient], and it got even a lot [worse with COVID]. And that's not a healthy relationship, where a government tells an entire generic population, 'Do this. Do that. Wear a mask. Stay at home. Use a vaccine.' It's not healthy and it's not medicine. It's something totally different." Robin Monetti
It is an unprecedented time in humanity’s evolution, a tipping point, a quantum leap; a transformation, and an opportunity for independent health-preneurs to take 100% responsibility for supporting the reclamation of personal health ownership.
"We're rapidly approaching the moment when all the "miracles of modern medicine" will turn out to be a grandiose house of cards" Anonymous