Commentary - 01/03/2007

Medical Enslavement
(The India-ization of America - Part 2)

Earlier, the essay on Just Another Economic Slave Unit touched upon "The India-ization of America." With recent news about new medical laws, such as States think big on health reform, the grip of the slave masters are tightening. The India-ization of America is becoming complete.

Why would I say this? In the article, paragraphs 5 and 6, it states:

Massachusetts’ new policy aims to cover 460,000 uninsured residents by July. Some 106,000 are already eligible for Medicaid care but weren’t enrolled. Another 150,000 will get help buying a private health insurance policy, subsidized by a portion of the $1 billion the state now uses to reimburse hospitals for charity care.

The remaining 204,000 must buy private insurance through their employers or through a new state agency. That group includes many uninsured workers who consider private coverage too expensive or who are young, healthy and willing to risk going without. They will face tax penalties if they don’t buy a policy: loss of their personal exemption, and by 2008, a penalty equal to half of what health insurance premiums would have cost. Employers who don’t provide health insurance will face annual penalties, too – $295 per worker.

The point is that since ALL of the major insurance companies are controlled by the same major holders, they are the ONLY ones who will win from this. Everyone in the state will pay MORE for health insurance because the major holders will want MORE, and they can get it. That's the way "Snakes in Suits" work. And on top of MORE money, the state will use its power to economically enforce this contract. Everybody pays something, and more, even if they can't afford it. Talk about a protection racket! The mob must be green with envy.

And one more thing: Small employers who can't afford health insurance for their employees now will PAY annual penalties. More money out of the community. This also allows absentee-owners of large corporations to reduce or eliminate any possible competition from smaller employers.

If you really want a level playing field, simply allow ALL citizens to buy health insurance individually, and that the major owners of those private insurance companys MUST reside in the state. Any profits from insurance operations MUST not leave the state! But we can't have that now, can we? That would break the stranglehold that large businesses now have on their economic slave units. Shame on me for even suggesting it.

These laws affect 99.9% of us, so why are we letting this happen? There can be only one answer: decades of physical and intellectual slavery. It was so gradual that only those actually reaping the final benefits knew the process. And with their easy money, they made sure the laws and the government keep the process going. Same as a "plantation," no?

It is my hope to break these chains with intellectual awareness and offer the following explanation of why WE can't control our own health costs. Once people know what the REAL problem is, people can work together to resolve the issues fairly.

To start with, malpractice insurance companies and individual health insurance companies are now under significant control by the same major holders, Barclays and "Associates." Barclays and their "Associates" are fronts, so there's no reason to get nasty with anyone who works there. The hired help, all the way to the top, are simply economic slave units, just like you and me.

It's the slavemasters behind these fronts that are the problem, but since they are unknown and easily replaced, they are really not worth the bother. What is important is to stop giving these slavemasters our hard-earned money and control over every facet of our lives, starting with medical services. And make no mistake, we give this to them. There are no guns pointed at our heads. Yet.

Most of the companies involved could easily be termed "virtual" plantations because management owns little or no significant shares of the company. By clicking on "Major Holders" beside any of these companies, you can easily check this out.

Here's the list of the top health-care companies and their REAL owners. Be sure to notice the enormous amount of money spent on lobbyists, per year, JUST for medical legislation. We pay for this, too, which is kind of like prisoners paying for their guards and wardens.

Major drug companies and major hospital groups are also controlled by the same major holders. The main reason HCA and others are going private is so that we can no longer determine who owns them. Since these are leverage buyouts, they have to get their leverage somewhere. Guess where they are allowed to get it when the same major holders have significant control over the money center banks.

You won't hear anyone in the TV media spouting off about this because they're owned by the same major holders. Newspaper reporters will be hard-pressed to write about this without fear of losing their means of making a living because, yes, you guessed it, the newspapers have the same major holders, too.

Just what are these major holders ultimately trying to accomplish? You will find the explanation here at Global economic war!

What may happen if you decide to publish the truth about this anyway? You will be at great risk, as shown here. Gary Webb was perhaps the original "Enemy of the State," as I can't help but think about that movie when writing about things like this. Here's Mike Ruppert's tribute to Gary Webb - SAYING GOODBYE TO A GIANT. I wish all journalists could be exposed to this information.

And you might ask why I use a pen name? It was chosen for the purpose of avoiding this type of violence. There is a what-to-do section called " fighting back", and my hope is that it is of some benefit in re-aligning thoughts so we can break our chains before it's too late. Maybe it already is.

My point about all this is that "Snakes in Suits" will come from any political party. This shows that our past election was a REAL confrontation between good and evil that rested upon your vote. This was not about Republicans, Democrats or any other political party. It was a choice between having a "representative that truly represents" or a "psychopath with an attache case." Conscience vs no-conscience.

Now that this new group of elected representatives head toward power, are they simply going to further the ambitions of the REAL "plantation owners?" Again?

Have they already us sold out? Again? For God's sake, I hope not!

I believe that this old 1889 book, "The Great Red Dragon," with the sub-title "Foreign Money Power In The United States," had answers to those questions then, and the pattern exists to the present. There is truly a force to be reckoned with, which had its beginnings over 400 years ago, that has been re-trying ever since to meet its goal, stated in its mission statement: "... to "own the earth in fee simple."

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© 2007 by Edward Ulysses Cate

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