First Digital Pill – Biomedical ‘Big Brother’

This is just one more attempt to control the great masses of humankind. And fact is, the need to control is itself a sickness, an admission of fear, a form of psychopathy.

The true nature of a human is love – just look in the eyes of a healthy, well-protected newborn baby – an infant born gently, not in the harsh hospital-industrial complex, one who is being breast-fed by a healthy mother and who was never separated from its mother, one who has been spared the intrusive sexual torture of circumcision and one who has not had massive doses of toxins shot into its tiny body – and you will see an example of what a human truly is, at its core. In this child, you will see a deep of unconditional love, acceptance and joy. This child has great potential for blessing the world.

However, the further into the matrix the child goes, the less the love and joy will shine through. A child who is born into a family of unhealed abusers will learn to fear at an early age. Tortured from birth in various and sundry ways, he learns that it is his right – his duty, even – to torment, hurt and control others. He is taught that passing cruelty along is how he survives and proves his worth. The only remedy he can see to being abused, is to rigidly control his own reactions and to control everything and everyone in his environment, for what he sees around about him has – in his mind – the potential to inflict pain upon him. He is desperate to control, for to him, safety lies in the ability to control. His every waking hour is spent devising ways to control his tiny world… and eventually (he hopes) the wide, wide world.

And this, dear people, is what we see manifesting in the world today – two cultural concentric circles. In the vast mass culture, you have the circle of innocents who trust and therefore obey because they were taught to love, to think well of others, to not judge others, and to endlessly forgive. They believe that love rules the universe, that love is all that truly exists and fuels all of life. They cannot conceive of treating children, animals, women and other cultures with anything but love and respect.

However, in the tiny inner circle you find the children of abuse. These are the warmongers, who wage wars against countries, against nature, against other humans and even human nature itself. They fight because they are frightened. This minuscule circle of abusers consists of the “aggressive (fearful) movers and shakers”, “ruthless climbers to the top of all systems.” Their rigid ideology and antisocial behaviors are inevitable because they are fueled by fear instilled by years of familial and social abuse.

This is why we at ThoughtCrimeRadio address the birthing process and circumcision, for that is where the twig is bent and determines the direction the tree will grow. Love allows a child to breathe easy and to let the love flow through. Fear blocks the breath and splits the personality into tiny little shards of hatred and harm.

This article is an admission of the fearful inner workings of the minds of those who self- identify as aristocrats, born into “bloodline families” who truly believe they have a need and right to rule and ruin the world – and you! Of course this product is framed as “good for you” – as all their tools for control are – for if they honestly announced, “We who have been trained to fear, feel a need to do what we can to control you, for we are few and you are many,” then you would understand their motives and refuse to comply with their means and ways and advertising campaigns. You would “Just say NO.”

So read this article from that perspective. Here is another attempt to control you, your family and your world. “Better living through chemicals.” “Big Brother is your friend.” It’s from the New York Times… so it must be right and good and true, hmm?

For the first time, the Food and Drug Administration has approved a digital pill — a medication embedded with a sensor that can tell doctors whether, and when, patients take their medicine.

The approval, announced late on Monday, marks a significant advance in the growing field of digital devices designed to monitor medicine-taking and to address the expensive, longstanding problem that millions of patients do not take drugs as prescribed.

Experts estimate that so-called nonadherence or noncompliance to medication costs about $100 billion a year, much of it because patients get sicker and need additional treatment or hospitalization.

“When patients don’t adhere to lifestyle or medications that are prescribed for them, there are really substantive consequences that are bad for the patient and very costly,” said Dr. William Shrank, chief medical officer of the health plan division at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.

Ameet Sarpatwari, an instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School, said the digital pill “has the potential to improve public health,” especially for patients who want to take their medication but forget.

But, he added, “if used improperly, it could foster more mistrust instead of trust…”

 

Dr. Peter Kramer, a psychiatrist and the author of “Listening to Prozac,” raised concerns about “packaging a medication with a tattletale.”

While ethical for “a fully competent patient who wants to lash him or herself to the mast,” he said, “‘digital drug’ sounds like a potentially coercive tool…”

Read the full article at this link:
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/13/health/digital-pill-fda.html

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