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AIDS Day blah blah blah blah blah

Obstructing cure

Today’s World AIDS Day like valentine’s day or labor day or thanksgiving day or black-fri day another meaningless happy shopping day or a day on which nonprofits and NGO institutions and other self-serving entities, governments and their assortment of allies waste ink, air and Internet space saying what amounts to and has as much value as “blah blah blah blah blah.”
Commentary by Carolyn Bennett

Who stands against cure? Religionists and ideologues

Catholics and their priestly leadership, Protestants and their fire-and-brimstone-aspire-to-get-rich evangelists each group notorious for raping minds and raping women and children and native peoples as if by “divine” right all the while “cleansing” difference and silencing science in serious search of a cure of disease.

What obstructs cure? Capitalism, Big Phrama/government

The peoples of “developed” countries, often deliberately ignorant people and masses of people manipulated by an incessant consumption of “stuff,” are takers of drugs in large quantities. They are aided in their drug taking by mass media, the insurance industry, and the medical establishment, physicians, pharmaceutical companies; and government officials in the pay of drug companies.

This cabal of merchant, businessman, manufacturer, government promoter, capitalist and consumer excludes or prejudices science; often manufactures false science adhering to a secret code of “never a cure.”

What stands in way of cure? Enforced dependency, rich-made war and poverty

The cabal’s peddling, legislating, promoting, and consuming prescription drugs (institutionalized dependency, high cost maintenance) ensures high prices and ensures that the masses of people in Africa and Asia, in cities, towns, rural areas of countries throughout the world (together with being occupied and under constant attack by foreign powers) cannot afford even basic medicines ─ let alone scientific research making headway, funding and monitoring and finding a cure.

How to cure
is to find a cure

Disease in a misguided world has become the norm and it should not be this way.

Not only concerning the Human immunodeficiency virus infection / acquired immunodeficiency syndrome(HIV/AIDS), a disease of the human immune system caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV); but other deadly diseases and conditions thought to have been or should have been or could have been eliminated by now but instead are growing and or returning in developed and underdeveloped countries: Malaria, Polio, Meningitis, Ebola, Cholera, Tuberculosis, and all kinds of cancers.

Forget meaningless (nonprofit/for-profit-public-official-pocket-lining) races for cures and disease days.

Instead institutionalize unbiased non-bigoted education. Raise pure scientists. Not pseudo-scientists and religionists or businessmen profiteers or sleazy government officials (and their allied consumerists cabal) because what so many of these have done is to criminally misinform, deceive, manipulate; aid regression and ultimately commit great harm in the world and against its peoples.

Until the world actively puts to work its best imagination, knowledge, research, science, resources, technology in aid of all the world and its peoples, in aid of independence (not dependence) for the long term ─ “days of disease” are no more than “blah blah blah blah blah” perpetuation of disease.


Bennett's books are available in New York State independent bookstores: Lift Bridge Bookshop: [Brockport, NY]; Sundance Books: [Geneseo, NY]; Mood Makers Books: [City of Rochester, NY]; Dog Ears Bookstore and Literary Arts Center: [Buffalo, NY]; Burlingham Books – ‘Your Local Chapter’: [Perry, NY 14530]; The Bookworm: [East Aurora, NY] • See also: World Pulse: Global Issues through the eyes of Women:!/bennetts2ndstudy

Posted by Bennett's Study at 6:36 PM
Labels: disease days lacking science for cure, uselessness of disease days and races for cures, what government Big Pharma and religionists have in common, why disease persists and returns, World AIDS Day

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