"The War In Medicine"
Continued from last post."Hard Issues" Versus "Soft Issues":
While the previous issue was about gaining power, this issue
is about hiding corruption. Of all the ways to hide corruption,
especially in government, this is by far the most potent technique.
To understand this, let us assume there is a corrupt government
that has an organization of traitors called "The Blue Blood Polo
Club." Suppose the massive budget required for the treason of this
Polo Club is financed by profits of illegal drugs (e.g. cocaine,
heroin), pharmaceutical drugs, and the banking cartel through an
organization like the Federal Reserve Board. We will call these
"hard issues," meaning they are directly important to the funding
of the treasonous Polo Club.
With this in mind, suppose there are three other issues that
are not relevant to the funding of the Polo Club: abortion,
religion, and taxes. We will call these the "soft issues,"
meaning they are not directly important to the funding of the
treasonous Polo Club.
With this in mind, all of the corrupt politicians know that the
"hard issues" are critical to their taking over of the government
(i.e. their treason and corruption). The hard issues are the main
sources of cash for the conspiracy. All of the politicians know
that the "hard issues" are not allowed to be discussed in the
public (i.e. they are blacklisted). If the issues come up, they
are to be downplayed and otherwise avoided at all costs.
Now comes the interesting part. For the "soft issues" the
corrupt politicians divide into two groups. Some of them are
"conservatives," meaning they pander to the people who want a
weak government, and some of them are "liberals," who pander
to the people who want a strong central government. Remember,
the "soft issues" are irrelevant to the funding of the Polo
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