The ASAM plan to exploit the doctor-patient relationship to drug test everyone they can using non-FDA approved tests they introduced: And you and your doctor won’t have a choice in the matter.

26 Jun

The Medical Industrial Complex is hungry. American citizens are no longer individuals with rights, we are all Big Pharma’s patients. We are not a country of men and women, we are patients. Welcome to the United Nation States of Big Pharma, the new world order! We are under the scrutiny and microscope of a profit driven out-of-control oligarchy that will dominate every facet and second of our lives!

Disrupted Physician

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Before the  2012 Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA)  annual conference, former Nixon Drug Czar Dr. Robert Dupont delivered a speech entitled “Drug Testing and the Future of American Drug Policy.”   Dupont describes a “New Paradigm” for substance abuse treatment that enforces “zero tolerance for alcohol and drug use”  enforced by monitoring with frequent random drug and alcohol tests in which positive tests are “met with swift, certain, but not draconian, consequences.” The paradigm is based on the current Physician Health Programs blueprint.  Dupont states:

“…physician health programs , have set the standard for effective use of drug testing. These pioneering state programs provide services to health care professionals with substance use disorders. The programs are run by physicians, some of whom in recovery themselves. PHPs feature relatively brief but highly focused treatment followed by active lifelong participation in the 12-step fellowships of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics…

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Question Authority: The Need for Anti-Authoritarians in the Medical Profession

16 Jun

“We need anti-authoritarians and we need them now.

I need allies before the door closes for good. And that door may be closing a lot sooner than you think!”

Disrupted Physician

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Anti-authoritarians question whether an authority is a legitimate one before taking that authority seriously.  images-24To evaluate the legitimacy of  an authority it is necessary to:
1. Assess whether they actually know what they are talking about.
2. Assess whether the authorities are honest in their intentions.  When anti-authoritarians assess an authority to be illegitimate, they challenge and resist that authority.
There is a paucity of anti-authoritarianism in the medical community concerning groups who have gained tremendous sway in the regulation of the medical profession.    There is an absence of anti-authoritarian questioning  of  what is essentially illegitimate and irrational authority.
images-26In order for these organizations to maintain power it is necessary that their authoritative opinion remain unquestioned and unchallenged.  Consciously manufactured propaganda has persuaded regulatory and public opinion of their value and to maintain power it is necessary that this authority remain insulated from outside evaluation because the entire system is based…

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“You have an Irish last name-good luck finding anyone who will believe you!” [ are not an alcoholic] -Linda Bresnahan, Director of Operations, PHS [after fabricating positive alcohol test]

13 Jun

“You have an Irish last name-good luck finding anyone who will believe you!” [ are not an alcoholic] -Linda Bresnahan, Director of Operations, PHS [after fabricating positive alcohol test].

What happened to the practice of medicine?

21 May

Especially for smokers, who need honest Doctors that don’t beat the drum of Pharma and Big Tobacco, but come out in favor of Tobacco Harm Reduction Consumer Advocates for SaFER Alternatives Association. E-Cigarettes (#notblowingsmoke #vapingsavedmylife ) and SNUS! Start caring for your patients again.

MediPro Solutions Blog

Historically, the prshutterstock_79082722actice of medicine was highly regarded and demonstrated a precious connection between physician and patient. One  of mutual admiration, trust, and care. In recent years, those attitudes have changed significantly. The main social network for doctors in the US, SERMO, recently included an extended debate about how patients feel about their physician. The opinion was that patients possess a mistaken thought about their physician’s economic interests. Patients understand that medicine can be a business, however they don’t know where the cash goes, and this has harmed many physician-patient relationships.

In my own youth, a family doctor that lived just down the street made house calls. I am reasonably certain his practice functioned mainly in cash and his patients knew what they were spending money on.  There were no practice managers or midlevel “physician extenders” to boost revenue. I doubt that he was in medicine for the money. He was…

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Believe in Yourself!

21 May

Anti-smoking experts paid by Big Pharma

19 May

Corruption is deadly!

Frank Davis

Another article by Klaus K:

November, 2014: Original Danish article Klaus K blog: Anti-ryge eksperter var betalt af Big Pharma

¤ Surgeon General editors received pharma money for decades

¤ Top experts must leave advisory panel: Massive conflicts of interest

¤ Judge: Close ties with Glaxo & Pfizer make their advice “suspect”

By Klaus K, researcher


A court case in Washington DC has revealed massive conflicts of interest with three prominent anti-tobacco experts who were on the payroll of the pharmaceutical industry, while they were designated by the US government as scientific editors of the official “Surgeon General” reports on tobacco. These include the report “Nicotine Addiction” in 1988, and the report on secondhand smoke in 2006.

For decades the three experts received money from the pharmaceutical giants Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline, which casts serious doubt on the work of the experts. The two drug companies achieved significant economic…

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Fire in the Madhouse

17 May

“And nothing much has changed.”


Fire in the Madhouse

Existentialists challenge you to buck conventional wisdom – I am not sure about, ‘conventional,’ but Tobacco Control certainly bucks wisdom. However, there is an area of existentialism which asserts that one is anything that an individual thinks she/he is. I think that this is the principle that this collection of organisations are following. Take for example…

Nicotine is deadly and very, very bad, unless, it is, ‘my’ nicotine.

Up until very recently, nicotine was thought to be highly addictive, a dangerous poison, and some (still) argue that it is carcinogenic: This, I suppose, is understandable given its close association and cofuscation with tobacco smoking, but, for the most part, it is accepted that nicotine does not cause cancer, is not so highly addictive as once thought, and, as far as the levels contained in e cigarette liquids are concerned, is  no more toxic than dishwashing…

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Fire in the Madhouse

17 May

And nothing much has changed.”

Fire in the Madhouse.

E-cigs in the USA

30 Apr

How to treat the populous like a pie and divide it into segments. Smokers and vapers removed from the platter and served outside in the rain. Now is everybody happy?

Bolton Smokers Club

I have been reading Michael Siegel. It seems that a couple of people in the MSM have broke ranks. You can read about it here:

Siegel says that Jacob Sullum (where do these people get their surnames from?) has pulled the CDC (Centre for Disease Control) argument about the dangers of ecigs to pieces. And so he has. What is a bit different is that Sullum is actually editor in chief on The same article appears in, another marginal publication. But what is important is that the piece is not just an oped from a columnist but is actually from the editor of the site. The only problem is that is not especially ‘big’ in MSM terms. EG, there were only 39 comments on the story. Siegel also points to another article in by a Sally Satal, who is ‘resident scholar at the American Enterprise…

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Why This Isn’t Just About Vaping

30 Apr

LIBERTY LIBERTY LIBERTY LIBERTY LIBERTY! Thank you it reminded me of what is really at stake!

One Vaper's Path

Humans have throughout history proven to be freethinkers.  They discovered fire, the wheel, how to hunt, and everything we have in our daily lives, right down to the computer you are using to read this.

Why are we now so willingly handing over our rights to be freethinkers?  Because the ability to be a freethinker is being educated out of us.  We grow up being told how we should act, how to dress, what foods we should eat.   It isn’t just in schools either.   Have you looked at a magazine or tv?  We are bombarded with it day in and day out.  It is no wonder there is a major lack of what use to be common sense in the world today.

By the time we are adults most of us have spent years being taught, not how to think for ourselves, but how to follow instructions.


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