Ghislaine Lanctot, M.D.
- 262 pages
medical school, I learned. With my patients, I understood."
is a malfunction of the soul. If we wish to profit from it, we have
to see it as an ally that we have called upon to help us realign our
sights, and re-find our direction."
greatest sickness of the soul continues to be submission. To others.
To their ideas, their pressures, their fear, their expectations, their
laws, their statistics, their treatments."
unique book is a comprehensive expose of the working of all medical
systems. It is a scathing account of the links between the medical establishment,
the drug manufacturing conglomerates and governments at all levels.
The controversy generated by this book ended up costing the author her
right to practice medicine ever again.
weapons of the Medical Mafia are always the same:
Divide and conquer. The end justifies the means.
Enact laws. They can always be amended, changed, or modified, according
to its needs.
Complicate the system and its vocabulary so that the public cannot understand
anything. Complicate the means of access to the therapy so as to discourage
those who wish to benefit from it.
Crush the rebels by all methods possible. First, declare them illegal
and eliminate them. Then later, legalize them, integrate them, and control
vs. Bechamp: Does illness really come "from the outside in,"
or was Pasteur a great self-promoter? The frauds of pasteurization
and vaccination. AIDS. Cancer. The corporate philosophy of the health
care business. The assault on alternative therapies. The marketing of
sickness. ...And who is behind all of this? Lanctot illustrates the
forces behind the current state of affairs, and how we can raise our
awareness and reclaim our power.