by Kieron McFadden
I’ve been hearing first-hand accounts from different people of how hard it is to get to see your GP.
Apparently because there is a not overly infectious nor normally deadly bug going round, they won’t see their patients and think it is perfectly all right to examine and diagnose by phone for heavens sake. Who turned many of the nation’s GPs into pussies?
You can get your nails done, go to the hairdresser or barber, the chiropractor, kinesiologist, masseuse, dentist etc but you can’t see your GP.
So basically your GP won’t do his job of helping sick people because there are people getting sick – even if, apparently, in many cases “being sick” means suffering from no symptoms.
Combine this loony-tunes nonsense with the fact that treatments for cancer and so forth are being denied to people who need them and things like consultations for heart patients are done by phone. I just had one of the latter myself. I assured the doctor that in my expert opinion, I’m fine and he took my word for it. What all this means is that the NHS has been cut down to the bone and being told to “save ” the NHS is like being urged to “save the Titanic” when it is resting peacefully among the barnacles on the sea bed.
But on a positive note, I think we may be able to turn this to our advantage, and I’ll very briefly say why, based on my own personal experience – I’m getting on a bit so the body has needed some extra maintenance and the occasional MOT over the years.
By virtue of their training in medical schools financed by Big Pharma, GPs are being turned into drug pushers for the pharmaceutical industry.
Chiropractors and kinesiologists are MUCH better at sorting you out.
Taking some responsibility for one’s diet, vitamins and mineral intake, exercise and smoking habits etc etc is worth a thousand GP visits.
Taking responsibility for our own health can even at times extend to checking our own symptoms on the internet and coming up with a handling. Why not? The info is there and on occasion it can work.
I have personal experience of this. VERY briefly. a few years ago I had heart trouble that could have killed me, was supposed to have an op, take statins and BP meds and so forth. It got pretty serious. So to cut a long story short, I did my own research, discovered I was chronically deficient in potassium, supplemented potassium and have been right as rain ever since. Sorted.
Recently I also quit smoking at the beginning of this “pandemic”. I don’t buy the government and media hype but that doesn’t stop me recognising there is a bug that can be very unpleasant if one is not in good shape. As it is a bug that can affect the lungs and is hard on people who already have non optimum physical conditions I decided, instead of cowering in fear and listening to the Prime Muppet spout bogus science, I would quit smoking and thus increase my chances of (a) never getting the bug or (b)if I do get it, getting over it.
I combine this with a healthy diet (thanks to my wife) and LOTS of daily exercise.
The point I am making here is that the GPs playing hard to get can work to your advantage and the advantage of our society because it will encourage us to see healers such as chiropractors, nutritionists and so on and so forth who really do give a crap and can really do their jobs.
It may encourage us too to be more self reliant and take more responsibility for our own health, quitting smoking, not eating crap, not being obese and exercising more than lifting the TV remote.
The aim of the COVID psyop of course is to bring us to our knees but it may have the opposite effect.
We can turn this motion to our advantage.
Let’s raise a middle digit to oppressive government and do it!
Kieron McFadden writes exclusively for
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