Medical Matters – and Malaysian fake news legislation repeal (Countdown: 5)

Over the years I have visited medical clinics in many countries, pretty well every time for nothing serious, and with, from memory, two exceptions, I have been treated well and there was no attempt to trick me into anything. One exception was a doctor in London, and one in Penang, about which I believe I have already written. In both of these cases the doctorsy wanted me to undertake expensive, but unnecessary procedures.  Getting second and third opinions was an important step in avoiding such problems.

However, my opinions and experience differ greatly from what is expounded by the controlled corporate media, and from what many doctors will say if you ask them.  Doctors must have a licence, issued by the medical establishment, to practice, and that means they are controlled to an extent by this establishment.  The more student, and other debt they hold, presumably, the more they must tow the line with this establishment, for fear of losing their licence and thus being unable to earn a living.

I don’t know the history of the medical establishment in Malaysia, but from memory, the American one was set up by, or in collusion with the Rockefellers, whose business was selling oil.  So allopathic medicine, including medicines based on petroleum and other synthetic substances, and surgery – which also uses such substances – has been the basic treatment.

I have been fortunate, in that many doctors have told me more or less that they can give me, for example, antibiotics or some other medicine if I want, but that it’s not necessary. They’ve left it up to me to choose the healthy way.  Over the years, by trial and error, trying out different “traditional”, as opposed to allopathic, treatments, I have gradually learnt better ways to look after myself and solve medical problems without medicines.  In a year I rarely would take more than two ibuprofen tablets.  And that’s it. So far this year I’ve had one, after I got a great number of itchy bites from swimming in the wrong spot.

One source of more natural, less or non-invasive health treatments has been the podcasts of Dr. Jennifer Daniels:

She has many podcasts you can download, plus she has a free report you can download.  She tends to cover one topic during the podcast, and thereafter for the rest of the podcast answer questions from her audience on a chat line on anything medical.  Thus, if the topic doesn’t interest you, you can skip to the questions.

She was a practicing physician in the United States, but the American medical establishment, it appears, objected to her non-allopathic practices with patients so her licence was suspended and she was placed on a “do not employ” list and the terrorist list.  This destroyed her life and impoverished her. She then left the United States and started over in Panama ten years ago, but now she’s under attack again, and has been put on an international known terrorist list.  For basically quoting and analysing the establishment medical research, and suggesting alternative safe treatments.  Her bank accounts have been shut down.  Interpol at work.  There has been no crime committed, there have been no charges, no arrest, no trial, no conviction. This is the cost to her of spreading information.

I don’t know how much longer her information will be available.  So I suggest you download as many of her podcasts as you want, while you still can.  So far I haven’t found this week’s podcast – maybe she has already been silenced.  Or maybe it hasn’t yet been uploaded.

Naturally I don’t, of course agree with absolutely everything she says.  For example, she had a bad experience with Ayurveda in India, whereas my Ayurveda experience (from Sri Lanka)  has been very good. But it’s good to listen to different opinions and judge, and experiment (if you wish) for yourself.

She request her listeners to spread the knowledge she provides as this will make it harder to hide it, and harder to sustain an attack on her.

And as for the Malaysian fake news legislation – will it be repealed on not?  I don’t hear much about this, but found this snippet a week ago, “The Anti-Fake News Act, officially gazetted in April, will be abolished, said Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo today.”  As his portfolio is the media, this should hold some weight. Lim Guan Eng, former Penang Chief Minister and now Federal Finance Minister has also expressed a similar opinion, I’ve read.

So, I’m optimistic.


UPDATE – Evening of 28/05/2018

This article states that the move to repeal this legislation is expected to be brought to Parliament during its first meeting on June 25, according to the minister mentioned above.

It’s looking positive!


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