The most deadly threat is not the one you cannot prepare for; the most deadly threat is the one you do not know about, yet.
The Press has a long history of trying to distract us from real issues. Here, in one of the Tonkin Bay pics, clearly we can see the VC attacking....right?
Most Deadly Threats
There are two links in the middle of this article...one by the Washington Post, and a more factually based CBS article.
Why Can't We Stop The Opoid Crisis?
And, like William Randolph Hearst's war against Spain, which was also contrived of conjecture and greed, and by the headlines, "Remember the Maine!", it was perfect. Telling the truth, that the country had no business in Vietnam, could cost you your job, if you dodged the draft, a number of unpleasant consequences might ensue.
The words, the lies, the emotions elicited by the press were to be expected. They weren't made impossible by Constitutional amendments, or Presidential Decree, but merely because each time you bring up the way that the media lies, you get an answer referring to some past event, and all press lies are didactic.
Whose the barber, here? Perfectly illustrating the, "That was then, this is now" reasoning that professional standards only rise, then ridicule the past, Bill Murray has fallen from a great height...so he is wheeled to a Medeival version of a doctor: a barber. Then, Martin, in the role of the barber, after listening to Murray's complaint, replies, "Ya know...there was a time, a long, long time ago, when we thought that this was caused by demons, or devils...but now we know: this was caused by a small dwarf living in his stomach! All he needs is a good leaching!"
When the person validating his encroachment of your rights, or the professional-standards of his practice are being negated all the way into criminal levels of negligence, we will hear that argument, compelling our faith, saying,"That was then, this is now...", my better senses have always been correct not to believe them, then nor now.
In this link, Washington Post tells the politically motivated truth. Alas: one of them is lying.
But with a few publications we have to speak deceitful journalist-ese like a pro, and WAPO is no exception. Like notice in, "Myth 2", he points out that all the fentanyl killing people came in the mail, from China. Then, in Myth 3, "Relatively little heroin is getting through the border...and what does gets through in cars at border crossings..."?
Myth 2, as it flows into 3....
- Human Trafficking from Mexico to the US
- Mexican Cartel Heroin with Mexican Made Fentanyl
- How many heroin deaths were also positive for fentanyl?
- Mexican Cartel Kidnappings
- How Did the Sinoloan Cartel learn to manufacture Fentanyl?
- Keep scrolling, you have time....
And our doctors remain under siege from a Fed that has too many irons in the fire, too many conflicts of interest, and too many of the public suffering in some way unrelated to the nonsense created to validate the war on drugs.
It's a war on old people, it's a war on the dying and on their health care providers, and otherwise, is a product of the propaganda machine.
Loosely quoting Shakespeare: if a problem cannot be fixed, then it isn't the problem. Your attempts to fix it are the problem.