Throughout the relatively short history of modern healthcare, there have been continuous attempts by the powers that be to undermine the credibility of alternative healthcare professions. Very powerful organizations have carefully designed and implemented impressive strategies to make natural healthcare disciplines and their practitioners look like quacks and charlatans.
Professionals are routinely hired by undisclosed, secret entities to give false interviews, write defamatory books, construct disingenuous websites and participate in broad-scale efforts that target healthcare consumers and help create, for them, false perceptions about natural healthcare practices.
The funding of these activities, although difficult to trace for the average person, obviously originates from petrochemical corporations. Due to a number of legal factors, it is often quite cumbersome to point fingers at specific business entities, as well as others that might be involved with the inner workings of such conspiratorial activities. As one might suspect, the targets and casualties on the battlefield are always the same. Any healthcare professions, modalities, or treatment protocols that go against the grain of conventional medical theories are fair game.
Debunking agents are used on a regular basis to keep society firmly aligned with the parameters of acceptable thinking regarding many genres that make up our fabric of perceived reality. This is true in the healthcare arena as well. Any idea or concept that challenges the accepted thinking patterns of everyday people is quickly identified and dealt with in an expeditious manner by specialists that are paid to write and publish biased comments on websites and blogs. If, for example, a large minority of the population suddenly began to question the authenticity of something that was being reported by the mainstream media, trained debunkers are always ready to spring into action. These people, through the implementation of strategic campaigns, can quickly minimize the damage being caused by a controversial voice within the population base. Broad-scale debunking can make sure that the majority of the population continues to perceive reality the way that the media originally intended.
Major petrochemical/pharmaceutical companies have a lot at stake in the very lucrative disease care industry. In order for these large multinational companies to remain profitable and powerful, society must continue to believe in certain erroneous concepts. As long as people continue to believe the maintenance of human health can be achieved through vaccines and that the suppression of symptoms in human physiology is the way to cure diseases, people will remain sick and pharmaceutical companies will continue to rake in astronomical profits.
Alternative healthcare professions often point out significant flaws that are absolutely inherent within the framework of traditional medicine’s illogical theories. Because of this fact, it has been a longstanding goal of established medicine’s controllers (Big Pharma) to retain the services of credible appearing scientists and other professionals that can write or convey damaging remarks about a particular alternative healthcare profession.
Very simply explained, when someone or something is intelligently challenging the credibility of a lucrative industry like traditional medicine, and they have damaging evidence that could blow the doors off the barn so to speak, and prove that many theoretical applications used within the medical profession are, in fact, the truest forms of quackery in existence, a major problem is created for the powers that be. The only way for Big Pharma to activate a campaign of damage control is to discredit the people and the professions that are posing the most legitimate threat, at a particular time, to established medical dogma. This is why alternative healthcare concepts are not embraced by science. This is why many alternative healthcare professions are publicly attacked and their objectives and benefits never see the light of day. What you will find out, if you take the time to study this subject matter, is that what is often promoted by the mainstream as science is actually quackery and what is often labeled by the same groups as quackery is true science.
Quite a few web addresses have been designed to make potential viewers wary of alternative healthcare services. It is easy to land on such disingenuous websites. All you have to do is find a search engine and type in an alternative healthcare practice methodology that is in opposition to traditional medicine and you will see such websites populate your computer screen. The sites all claim to be there to protect the general public from harmful alternative healthcare professions. Are you kidding me? Have you ever read the drug warnings that accompany prescription and non-prescription drugs? Dangerous and extremely toxic drugs are what healthcare consumers need to be protected from, not natural healthcare professions and practitioners that are often licensed by state agencies to offer their beneficial services.
My advice to healthcare consumers that happen upon anti-alternative healthcare websites is to realize that this type of content is being purposely placed in the public domain by powerful organizations that have direct connections to the Medical Establishment. The ultimate goal of Big Pharma is to make healthcare consumers believe that alternative healthcare disciplines are all based on pseudo-scientific principles.
Remember to keep in mind that in most situations the differences between scientific and pseudo-scientific studies have to do with who or what entities are paying for the research being performed. If a given study is being funded by a petrochemical company, that has a biased interest in the research taking place, it is usually referred to by the mainstream thinkers as scientific. If, on the other hand, a particular study is being funded by a non-biased organization, or has been privately funded by someone that wants the truth to be revealed about something they have deemed important, it is often viewed by the mainstream thinkers as pseudoscience.