Tuesday 14 April 2015

Reflecting Upon the Trustworthiness of Institutional Medicine

A big flaw in current society is that doctors are well regarded, paid nicely, are given an unquestioned (and for a patient, practically unquestionable) authority, and that becoming one depends on the memorization of many static facts which requires a disposition that is high in natural dopamine-availability - and these things are a big factors in the types of people who are drawn towards becoming doctors, and determines which people are best served from a system operated by people of this disposition.

A doctor is a trained monkey. One can practice for decades, yet still be wholly without comprehension and experience. They are indoctrinated according to a script, they work from a script, and they write scripts. The understanding that they hold is perfunctory, and so it is worthless wherever truth is valued. Is treating a person something that is done by use of truth, or through the use of indoctrinated precepts and ideals that circumvent and deny the truth from their outsets?

Take some time to consider this line Cart Hart gives, in an article / interview which starts with saying "Carl Hart Ph.D. wants us to know we’ve been lied to about the effects of cocaine, methamphetamine and other drugs":

"There are — I would almost call them ‘entrenched experts’ — whose professional life and identity depends upon their being recognized as experts in this field"

And consider it in context with what I've written in The Exact Mechanism of Sociopathism. And consider what it means for society, in light of what I've said, that Cocaine is about the healthiest molecule most people can ever put into their body - and that it can permanently cure all Mental Stress ailment, if taken wisely (most psychoses and "incurable depression"s can be cured in mere hours, that otherwise could be expensively treated by a doctor ongoing for years, decades, even a person's whole life).

And consider what it means in context with dopamine being as vital to the human body and brain-functionality as oxygen or water, and significantly more important than food - and with dopamine being what enables or denies a person their chance to succeed in anything, to be able to learn, to move information throughout their brain, and to be able to control and make use of the information they have in their brain.

Related posts:

The Hypocrisy and Dishonour of Institutional Medicine
The Problem with Willed-Determination & Observation Being Authority
1995 World Health Organization Cocaine Report
The Self-Incriminating Foolishness of 'Dopamine as Reward'


No comments:

Post a Comment