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The Corruption of Medicine

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Posted By: Judy W., 8/13/2022 5:36:45 AM

The post–George Floyd racial reckoning has hit the field of medicine like an earthquake. Medical education, medical research, and standards of competence have been upended by two related hypotheses: that systemic racism is responsible both for racial disparities in the demographics of the medical profession and for racial disparities in health outcomes. Questioning those hypotheses is professionally suicidal. Vast sums of public and private research funding are being redirected from basic science to political projects aimed at dismantling white supremacy. The result will be declining quality of medical care and a curtailment of scientific progress.


It looks like the entire medical establishment has lost every marble it ever had. My advice is to stick to older doctors and find some good alternative medical practitioners. More and more I think we need not just an alternative economy but an entire alternative society, including education, medicine, sports, media, entertainment, and everything else. Start with accrediting boards for medicine and education -- those are what keep good new institutions from opening. I also feel sorry for the talented, hardworking, and smart minorities who will always be labeled as affirmative action beneficiaries.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 8/13/2022 6:31:45 AM (No. 1246823)
The medical system has been taken over by a criminal syndicate. Please read the 2021 book, "The real Anthony Fauci" by Robert Kennedy Jr. !!! The things that Fauci and Gates have helped big pharma do in Africa are racism by any standard. When vaccines are banned in the US due to safety concerns, they still use them on Africans! When they need a clinical trial done that is too dangerous for the US, they experiment on Africans! When they know a vaccine will make the subject sterile, they give it to Africans! The combination goals of helping big pharma make money and depopulation are simpatico.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: MrDeplorable 8/13/2022 7:07:55 AM (No. 1246848)
Psst, Heather, the basic reason black folks are behind white folks academically, financially and socially is that the cornerstone of white culture is INTELLECTUAL and the primary means of communication is WRITTEN where the cornerstone of black culture (and also Leftist/Progressive culture, for that matter) is EMOTIONAL and the primary means of communication is SPOKEN and where I learned this was watching Wheel of Fortune every evening and seeing seemingly well-educated black people stumped by what I and my white family thought were the simplest of puzzles. (But please don’t tell anyone I told you. . . Thanks!)
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Krause 8/13/2022 7:53:38 AM (No. 1246880)
In other words, ‘There’s nothing wrong if our organizations and institutions are mediocre.’
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Reply 4 - Posted by: udanja99 8/13/2022 8:01:53 AM (No. 1246890)
Racial disparities in the demographics of the medical profession are the result of black cultural racism and the idea that doing well in school is “acting white”.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Strike3 8/13/2022 8:17:55 AM (No. 1246903)
There is an overabundance of medical care in this country and their overreach came to a peak during the COVID hoax. Millions of Americans ingest drugs needlessly, smoke, drink and eat to the point of gross obesity and then they expect medical insurance and doctors to fix it for them. It's our own fault for letting them. Big pharma makes billions of dollars by legally charging outrageous prices for faulty drugs. Medical insurance companies make a fortune and pay their CEOs six-figure salaries. Hospitals constantly build huge new facilities and buy expensive equipment that sits idle most of the time. The whole system is broken. Live your life in a healthy, active way and you can avoid most of it.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Strike3 8/13/2022 8:20:57 AM (No. 1246905)
Uh, make that seven and eight figure salaries. The old calculator is still warming up.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: wilarrbie 8/13/2022 8:24:22 AM (No. 1246910)
Great observation #2, as things that pass for 'common knowledge' maybe not so common culturally. However, I wonder how well us paler folks would do on puzzles created by Blacks? I don't mean that in any negative way or to inspire a series of stupid suggestions here - but seriously - there are phrases, wisdoms and bon mots we would not know of that are everyday for Blacks, and different again from other races. This I suppose is what they mean 'systemic racism', but really, it's just catering to the largest audience for commercial purposes. I find it interesting tho. I remember too, that Rush (who I wish was still around to interpret our current malaise) explained that Leftist ideology does not work as well on talk radio as it does on TV, because the Left prefers the visual (emotional) over spoken (intellectual) delivery.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: bpl40 8/13/2022 8:33:15 AM (No. 1246920)
Racial disparities in America are historic, cultural and yes racial. Unless we admit all three as a society, we cannot address the issue constructively. Refusing race as one of the reasons is as futile as trying to forcibly drown a beach ball!
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Reply 9 - Posted by: franq 8/13/2022 8:35:37 AM (No. 1246923)
When medicine became a business entity, more concerned about the bottom line than patient health, it died.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: montwoodcliff 8/13/2022 9:06:22 AM (No. 1246956)
Does anyone here want to be treated by an affirmative action physician?
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Rinktum 8/13/2022 9:08:32 AM (No. 1246958)
FTA: “ The guardians of science have turned on science itself.” And for what? To be accepted by liars and frauds who push these absurd policies. One thing we have learned during this horrific cultural revolution is that there are very few men and women of integrity who will not be cowed by the people who blame everything on racism. When learned men and women accepted the first lie using racism as the reason for what was clearly intellectual inferiority, the game was on. Those hiding every shortcoming behind skin color abandoned integrity and truth for acceptance of the woke crowd. Like everything else the left touches, it destroys. The destruction of high standards in science will result in lives lost. Appeasement of those who will never be appeased is a futile effort. It is better to be truthful to anyone who strives for excellence but falls short regardless of their race. If they want to put in the hard work to succeed offer tutors or additional classes, but to promote them beyond their ability is a real injustice. Keep the standards high for everyone while offering additional help to those committed to doing the hard work required. Diversity is not a strength. A good mind and heart, a robust work ethic while overcoming personal obstacles we all face will produce strength. It will also produce confident and successful individuals.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Zeek Wolfe 8/13/2022 9:11:41 AM (No. 1246963)
The root cause for racial disparity in medicine and other fields of endeavor is intellectual. There are many reasons why Blacks and to a lesser degree, Hispanics under perform whites and asians, but the most important factor of all is intelligence. Since the developement of the standard IQ test many decades ago, results have been depressingly the same. Black people are not as intelligent as whites or asians. There have been individual Black geniuses, no question, but statistic results have shown persistent lower scores. Some tests do not include written material which might have a racial tinge in some way, but only a spatial set of problems to solve. For example, put a series of geometric shapes into the correct logical order or unscramble a line drawing from what appears to be a parallelogram into to its components. I've had several Black doctors over the years including surgeons and oncologists, all extremely good and competent. But I'm also a believer in the scientific method of looking for truth no matter where it might lead. In that sense many scientists today could be considered racists.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Gordon Mills 8/13/2022 9:33:27 AM (No. 1246987)
IMHO, the commenters who use 'black' in their opinions should really be using 'african'. One of the darkest and smartest persons I know is from India.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: MDConservative 8/13/2022 10:11:40 AM (No. 1247013)
Medicine = Business. Business = Return on Investments Medicine is no longer some honorable profession to help mankind and "do no harm." It's an industry termed healthcare, teamed with insurance and government.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Vaquero45 8/13/2022 11:40:09 AM (No. 1247093)
The medical establishment isn’t doing anyone any favors with this nonsense, least of all themselves. At this piint, and especially after all the coronavirus nonsense, doctors are no longer trustworthy.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: zephyrgirl 8/13/2022 12:53:03 PM (No. 1247145)
I'm glad I'm old. While it is racist, as a general rule, I only go to white and Asian doctors over 40. Otherwise, you have no idea how qualified your doctor really is. For example, remember the Bakke SCOTUS case? Alan Bakke was accepted into a different medical school and became an anesthesiologist. One of the affirmative action acceptances accepted over Bakke was Patrick Chavis who was a train wreck of a doctor whose medical license was eventually suspended after he killed at least one patient and nearly killed two others. For details, see What do they call the person who graduates at the bottom of his/her medical school class? "Doctor."
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Reply 17 - Posted by: IdahoGal 8/13/2022 1:32:53 PM (No. 1247159)
Johnson’s “Great Society” is to blame for a lot of problems we’re experiencing. Affirmative Action was part of that and it had a large part in ruining medicine. Who would you want operating on you - the person who got into medical school on their own or the person who was picked based on skin color, not ability.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 8/13/2022 1:44:56 PM (No. 1247166)
I'm almost 70. I stick with doctors close to my age who better-understand old-guy issues. White guys generally. Nut my ENT specialist is young, white, and female and smart and sharp as a tack. The medical system here in western Colorado is quite competitive and well-advanced. I suspect there are a good many minority medical doctors here but they didn't get here as affirmative action hires.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Zigrid 8/13/2022 3:26:49 PM (No. 1247209)
The new world order dudes have been thinning out the population....fauci is their leader...hence the china virus took out millions...Robert Kennedy's book is full of information for WE Americans...always liked his father...who got to close to the truth about his brother's assassination and was taken out by the oligarchs ....the truth shall set US this case take you out...Bobby Jr. needs to watch his back...
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Reply 20 - Posted by: ChattyCatsSusan 8/13/2022 7:54:53 PM (No. 1247390)
I have spent more time in the hospital than most folks here so I can say with some assurance that the two of the biggest problems are the leftists who teach, and the AA legislation that chooses the least qualified for medical school vs the most qualified. The past three years for me has been an eye opening experience, and I value the doctors I have for they are good guys and gals. But there are some real bullies in the nursing profession I can tell you. The best of the bunch are the CNA staff I encountered. They were absolute angels and made life a little more bearable in the hospital. The leftists are definitely brainwashing new med students, and they wind up being minions of the government and whatever they want to do to us who need medical services.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: 4Justice 8/13/2022 9:15:46 PM (No. 1247460)
When I had a choice, I used to look for a doctor who was older and of a certain religion. It just seemed to feel more traditional. Although I did have a great Hispanic DO when I still had regular insurance. Now, I don't trust any of them...nor the nurses. Most seem like they have other agendas--not helping patients. One small exception is my partner's primary care physician, who is Indian. She is very sympathetic and seems to really care. Still, all the hospitals are mostly filled with sadists now...especially the ER.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: 4Justice 8/13/2022 9:43:31 PM (No. 1247481)
#9, cultural is enough. There is no such thing as "race" in the first place. It is s man-made concept created by sociologists and anthropologists to study humans based on culture, language, and familial traits. We are all human and are genetically more similar than different. Physical differences (and languages and cultures) developed over many generations (thousands of years) relative isolation because travel was relatively limited until the last few hundred years after technological advances and population growth made interaction between different societies more common. Physical traits only developed for survival reasons in the various climate and geographical environments. For example, melanin protects the body from the sun's UV rays and eye folds protect one from snowblindness. As people traveled and interacted more, they shared or adopted new cultures, languages and they mixed more DNA making physical differences less prevalent in general. My point is we need to stop obsessing on "race" and irrelevant things like physical differences. If we look at issues more from a cultural perspective, we will see where our shortcomings arise. I dont remember who it was, but a very wise man explained that cultures based on reason will always advance and live more peacefully than those that developed out of superstition. That isn't a commentary against spirituality. It is merely an observation which one could exemplify by comparing the societies inspired in the Age of Enlightenment vs. tribalistic societies who are rooted in superstitious beliefs (which is based on fear [an emotion] of the unknown). We should always strive to elevate intellect over emotion if we are to grow. That doesn't mean we should not use emotion. It merely means it should be a secondary factor in how we perceive and judge the world.
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