Archive for the ‘Mandatory Vaccinations’ Category

Folks In Massachusetts Need To Take Control Of The “Controllers” August 28, 2009

August 29, 2009

www.naturalnews.com/026934_health_public_health_quarantine.html

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How Many “VOLUNTEERS” (at $350.00 a pop) Does It Take To Turn H1N1 Into A “Justified” Problem?

August 20, 2009

Answer: All of them.

www.wkrn.com/Global/story.asp?S=10951595

Coming Soon: Sunday Bloody Sunday-Video

August 16, 2009

Fortunately, it will be a lot more difficult to deploy the bastards here. We’re ready.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=fs_2QRCEtl0

Audio: Ronald Reagan Speaks Out Against Socialized Medicine – circa 1961

August 15, 2009

Though Ron Reagan wasn’t the champion of the Constitution that Ron Paul is, he was right on with his observations concerning the socialization of the United States.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRdLpem-AAs&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Edailypaul%2Ecom%2Fnode%2F99614&feature=player_embedded

A Four Step Healthcare Solution-by Hans-Hermann Hoppe-via Ludwig von Mises Institute-August 14, 2009

August 14, 2009

A Four-Step Healthcare Solution

Mises Daily by | Posted on 8/14/2009 12:00:00 AM

It’s true that the US health-care system is a mess, but this demonstrates not market but government failure. To cure the problem requires not different or more government regulations and bureaucracies, as self-serving politicians want us to believe, but the elimination of all existing government controls.

It’s time to get serious about health-care reform. Tax credits, vouchers, and privatization will go a long way toward decentralizing the system and removing unnecessary burdens from business. But four additional steps must also be taken:

  1. Eliminate all licensing requirements for medical schools, hospitals, pharmacies, and medical doctors and other health-care personnel. Their supply would almost instantly increase, prices would fall, and a greater variety of health-care services would appear on the market.Competing voluntary accreditation agencies would take the place of compulsory government licensing — if health-care providers believe that such accreditation would enhance their own reputation, and that their consumers care about reputation, and are willing to pay for it.Because consumers would no longer be duped into believing that there is such a thing as a “national standard” of health care, they would increase their search costs and make more discriminating health-care choices.
  2. Eliminate all government restrictions on the production and sale of pharmaceutical products and medical devices. This means no more Food and Drug Administration, which presently hinders innovation and increases costs.Costs and prices would fall, and a wider variety of better products would reach the market sooner. The market would force consumers to act in accordance with their own — rather than the government’s — risk assessment. And competing drug and device manufacturers and sellers, to safeguard against product liability suits as much as to attract customers, would provide increasingly better product descriptions and guarantees.
  3. Deregulate the health-insurance industry. Private enterprise can offer insurance against events over whose outcome the insured possesses no control. One cannot insure oneself against suicide or bankruptcy, for example, because it is in one’s own hands to bring these events about.Because a person’s health, or lack of it, lies increasingly within his own control, many, if not most health risks, are actually uninsurable. “Insurance” against risks whose likelihood an individual can systematically influence falls within that person’s own responsibility.All insurance, moreover, involves the pooling of individual risks. It implies that insurers pay more to some and less to others. But no one knows in advance, and with certainty, who the “winners” and “losers” will be. “Winners” and “losers” are distributed randomly, and the resulting income redistribution is unsystematic. If “winners” or “losers” could be systematically predicted, “losers” would not want to pool their risk with “winners,” but with other “losers,” because this would lower their insurance costs. I would not want to pool my personal accident risks with those of professional football players, for instance, but exclusively with those of people in circumstances similar to my own, at lower costs.

    Because of legal restrictions on the health insurers’ right of refusal — to exclude any individual risk as uninsurable — the present health-insurance system is only partly concerned with insurance. The industry cannot discriminate freely among different groups’ risks.

    As a result, health insurers cover a multitude of uninsurable risks, alongside, and pooled with, genuine insurance risks. They do not discriminate among various groups of people which pose significantly different insurance risks. The industry thus runs a system of income redistribution — benefiting irresponsible actors and high-risk groups at the expense of responsible individuals and low-risk groups. Accordingly, the industry’s prices are high and ballooning.

    To deregulate the industry means to restore it to unrestricted freedom of contract: to allow a health insurer to offer any contract whatsoever, to include or exclude any risk, and to discriminate among any groups of individuals. Uninsurable risks would lose coverage, the variety of insurance policies for the remaining coverage would increase, and price differentials would reflect genuine insurance risks. On average, prices would drastically fall. And the reform would restore individual responsibility in health care.

  4. Eliminate all subsidies to the sick or unhealthy. Subsidies create more of whatever is being subsidized. Subsidies for the ill and diseased promote carelessness, indigence, and dependency. If we eliminate such subsidies, we would strengthen the will to live healthy lives and to work for a living. In the first instance, that means abolishing Medicare and Medicaid.
  5. Only these four steps, although drastic, will restore a fully free market in medical provision. Until they are adopted, the industry will have serious problems, and so will we, its consumers.

    Hans-Hermann Hoppe, an Austrian School economist and libertarian/anarchocapitalist philosopher, is professor emeritus of economics at UNLV, a distinguished fellow with the Ludwig von Mises Institute, and founder and president of The Property and Freedom Society. Send him mail. See his article archives. Comment on the blog.

    This article originally appeared in The Free Market, April 1993.

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Must Watch! Military Joining the American Resistance to Protect the Constitution!

August 4, 2009

www.revolutionnow.us/emvideo/thickbox/23/425/350/field_video/youtube/zGHlvnqPdH0

What Are They Up To Now? July 25, 2009

July 25, 2009

Nanny government doesn’t want you and your local or state government to be self-governing.

You need to understand that the lies, fear tactics and contrived scenarios presented by our non-representative government at the federal level are there to acclimate you into total compliance of a system that is hell-bent on a totalitarian-tyrannical governance and the death of our Constitutional Republic.

Freedom is the enemy of big government. Check out FEMA’s news release below.

www.fema.gov/news/newsrelease.fema?id=49140

The Truth About the Drug Companies: How They Deceive Us and What to Do About It! via Socio-Economics History Blog July 13, 2009

July 13, 2009

“Healthcare” is no more than a “Buzz Word” for insurance, pharmaceutical companies and government to use for corralling citizens into a trap that future generations will be paying the price for. And they don’t want you healthy; they want you dependent on the government approved system that insurance and pharmaceutical lobbyists pay for.

Personal responsibility is much cheaper and far-less intrusive.

Check out the link below.

socioecohistory.wordpress.com/2009/07/13/the-truth-about-the-drug-companies-how-they-deceive-us-and-what-to-do-about-it/

The U.N. And The World Hell Organization, Working To Eliminate 80% Of The World’s Population-In Your Lifetime-With Your Money-June 25, 2009

June 26, 2009

With these Benevolent global, non-governmental-organizations looking out for our happiness, health & prosperity; we won’t need to worry about our children’s or grand children’s future, because they won’t have one.

Check out the link below.

www.naturalnews.com/026503_pandemic_swine_flu_bioterrorism.html