Getting a medical check-up from an MD or going to the hospital when facing a health emergency is probably the most dangerous thing one can do. Indeed, the field of medicine can only be called a medical Mafia, with its godfather, Don Industrio — the pharmaceutical industry — and its godmother, Donna Governmenta — the political and legal systems that allow the first one to rule.
This explains the name given by Ghis (previously known as Ghislaine Lanctôt, MD) to her bestselling book, The Medical Mafia. Sadly, since her book came out in 1994, the situation has only worsened. Yet, not only did she point to the problem, but she also offered the only possible solution, which will be examined in the later part of this article.
First, let us look at the big picture of the medical world before we try to find a way out of its lethal tentacles.
A few numbers should open the eyes of non-believers. An extensive research done by a team of US MDs and PhDs in 2004 resulted in the following numbers for that country in a single year: 7.5 million unnecessary medical procedures, 8.9 million unnecessary hospitalizations, and 783,936 iatrogenic deaths (Death by Medicine by Gary Null et al.)
If you consider that, for this country, the annual death rate for heart diseases was 699,697 and for cancer, 553,251, this means that the medical system was and still is the leading cause of death and injury in the US. The estimated 10-year death rate from medical intervention was 7.8 million, more than all the wars fought by the US throughout its entire history. Unnecessary medical events occurring over the same 10-year period (89 million hospitalizations + 75 million procedures) gave a total of 164 million events, more than half of the total US population.
Similar conclusions can be drawn about the health system throughout the various Canadian provinces, since the type of medicine being practiced in both Canada and the US is very similar. Statistics in European countries point in the same direction. What do the various statistics point to? The conclusion is both obvious and mind-boggling: the medical system is more deadly than common diseases, accidents, or wars.
And yet, when a health problem arises, we run to see a doctor. It is high time to re-examine this automatism.
In theory, our health system is meant to save lives, not kill patients. Since the opposite is true, someone must benefit from the situation. Cui bono? Here again, a few numbers will point the way to the answer.
Americans spent $1.6 trillions on health care in 2003, 14% of the gross national product. In 2010, Quebec’s health budget amounts to $28 billions. This represents 45% of the overall 2010-2011 budget, nearly double the percentage of the second largest budget category — education.
Back in 1980, health represented only 31% of the Quebec budget. Yet, in the past 30 years, Quebecers’ health has not improved one iota. What happened? When one thinks of health care, what comes to mind is hospitals and doctors. That must be where the money goes. This, however, is a basic error. In 1975, Quebec spent 23% of its budget on doctors and hospitals. In 2009, the percentage was slightly below 25%. The proportion has not changed in 35 years! Where does the extra money go? The health budget climbed steeply after the public drug-insurance coverage. Free drugs for all! What results from this new practice is a quadruple whammy:
- the population is too drugged to care;
- drug manufacturers increase their profits;
- provincial/national debt skyrockets;
- private bankers demand structural changes and take over the secret running of the country or province.
Understanding the history of Quebec’s health system will allow us to identify the inner functioning of the medical Mafia worldwide, since those who pull the strings of all health systems work along the same lines.
In Quebec, one man singlehandedly orchestrated the hellish health system that is now costing Quebecers an arm and a leg, along with their wallet and sometimes their life. His name is Claude Castonguay. His influence in the field of medicine started when he became the president of the Canadian Royal Commission on Health (1966-70) under the federal Liberal Party. At the same time, Quebec’s Castonguay-Nepveu Commission recommended the nationalization of healthcare under the provincial Union Nationale Party. Shortly after, under the provincial Liberal Party, he became Quebec’s Minister of Health (1970) and organized that province’s public health system.
In 1996, he set up the public medication insurance under the provincial Parti Québécois. In 2008, under the provincial Liberal Party, he chaired the Castonguay Commission, which published a report paving the way to the privatization of Quebec’s health system.
Is Castonguay an MD, to know so much about health that he restructures its very basis? No. Banker, senator (under the Federal Conservative Party), insurer, politician, industrialist, he has been involved with numerous political parties (see underlined) and study groups, both at the provincial, national and international levels.
Stateless, party-less, and soulless, he is first and foremost a member of the Trilateral Commission, the Club of Rome and the Canadian Institute for International Affairs, a side shoot of the powerful Royal Institute of International Affairs. These semi-secret organizations regroup the crucial actors of the New World Order.
Long-Term Health Scenario
What Castonguay was setting up in Quebec and helping to organize in the rest of Canada can be summarized in the following flow chart:
The aim of the game has always been a private monopoly of the health system, in which multinationals would control all main pieces on the chessboard. Of course, citizens would never allow such a scheme, if it were publicly announced. So, the elite had to cheat. First, politicians, with the help of the media, vilified the free market economy and offered a perfect solution — a public monopoly.
Health services were nationalized and everyone was sure that this was the perfect solution. The state monopoly allowed multinational to gain gradual control of the medical system. Finally, because of a huge public debt, financial cutbacks became necessary.
Various schemes helped to create a drop in services that resulted in a planned chaos. The public health system was brought down on its knees. People became tired of queuing in crowded emergency rooms and doctor’s offices. Some died while waiting endlessly for surgery.
In Quebec, young politicians such as Mario Dumont, directly steered by old dogs such as Castonguay, proposed the perfect solution — privatization. The media were too happy to oblige by endlessly pushing the multinational agenda.
The legal system was also in league with this same agenda. In 2005, the Supreme Court of Canada (Chaoulli case) sanctioned the existence of a parallel private health system in Quebec. It even allowed for public spending on private clinics, hospitals and other services and for the use of public resources — such as operating rooms — by private surgeons outside of regular hours.
In other words, the newly born private system, which grew with the help of the public health system, is now in the process of cannibalizing its host.
We are presently easing out of the public monopoly and entering into the long-planned private monopoly. Have things improved? No, they have never been worse. People are sicker earlier, “oftener”, and longer. Are people happy? No, everyone is angry — doctors, politicians, patients. Yet, the system keeps driving in the same direction.
What can we do? Petitions, demonstrations, letters to politicians, new small political parties — the old tricks have done nothing to solve the situation. Asking the government to change is pointless. WE must change!
Some advocate a return to the past, back to old methods of healing that use various natural approaches: plants, crystals, vibrational remedies, hands-on techniques, mind-over-matter, etc. Others invent new technologies that affect the vital and subtle physical parts of our multidimensional body. Be aware that new regulations (e.g., Codex Alimentarius) inside a New World Order will quickly make these approaches illegal. Whether the approach is naturopathic, allopathic, or “technopathic”, the problem is that we keep getting sick and dying.
What people are dreaming of is perfect health and immortality. Are not dreams manifestations of a possible future? To achieve this, we need a full change in a totally new direction.
Individual, Internal, Immutable Sovereignty
In 1994, Ghis concluded in her book The Medical Mafia, that our body’s health is the manifestation of our level of consciousness. She explained that illness is the result of a person’s submission to external authorities. Perfect health comes with submission to our internal supreme authority — that of our soul. Both the medical system and its patients are sick because they have given priority to the body/system/having over the soul/patient/being.
Ghis elaborated on this solution in Personocratia’s Booklet No. 7, Health, towards … Physical Immortality. It explains that I cannot change the medical system, only myself. I can do a 180-degree turn in the other direction and give free rein to my soul. This is called individual sovereignty and it is the only solution out of illness and hell-in-earth.
True sovereignty, the supreme authority we call “divine”, is not external, but internal. In fact, the Divine is inherent to all of matter, including trees, dogs and humans. The problem is that I know it, I say it out loud, but I keep praying for an external God to save me. I continue to behave as a fearful sheep (patient) in need of a shepherd (doctor) for protection against a big bad wolf (illness). Imprisoned in this triangle-of-hell, my body ends up dying of fear and exhaustion!
My soul is an individualized expression of the Supreme Being. It possesses all divine attributes — omnipotence, omniscience, eternal youth, physical immortality, and bliss. Knowing this, I must now act accordingly. Every time I do so, my body changes. Its vibrations increase in frequency and quality. Gradually, the body’s disintegration slows down. Eventually, perfect health brings about life-without-death, which is the true state of living matter.
This may sound utopic and totally irrational. Yet, it is not. What is irrational is our present health system and our current beliefs concerning microbes, illness, and death. Thanks to a very sick health system, we are now forced to question the very foundation of our life on Earth.