June 1, 2021
Think it this way. What if there are natural cures for diseases and the health authorities are not telling us about them? According to a survey, “approximately half of all Americans believe in at least one “medical conspiracy theory.”
People are becoming excessively concerned and are questioning the function of the medical community. They are making their own health decisions while the medical authorities are spending time, money and efforts to combat these “conspiracy theories related to health.”
Some of these theories have inevitably come out to be true. According to USA Today,
37% of people agree that the Food and Drug Administration keeps “natural cures for cancer and other diseases” away from the public because of “pressure from drug companies.”
20% of people believe health officials are hiding evidence that cell phones cause cancer.
20% of people believe doctors and health officials push child vaccines even though they “know these vaccines cause autism and other psychological disorders.”
Smaller numbers endorse theories involving fluoride, genetically modified foods and the deliberate infection of African Americans with HIV.
49% of people believe at least one of the theories, and 18% believe at least three.
What a horror! Medical authorities know that vaccines can cause autism and other psychological disorders but do not propose any natural remedies? It is wonderful that people are researching things by themselves and coming to a conclusion with proven facts and figures.
“The medical community has a huge incentive to protect their turf. If the U.S. health care system were a separate nation, it would be the 6th largest economy on the entire planet. Hundreds of billions of dollars a year are at stake, and so it is essential that they maintain control over what people believe about their health.”
The truth is coming out, finally!