While working on our next video clip, we caught this article that needs to go viral.
Every problem leads to more law enforcement. Yet another article establishing this. Statism is all about that. First lawmakers did not do a thing to stop the opioid crisis fueled by pharmaceutical and doctors’ prescriptions, then appeared to be outraged when the scale of the epidemics broke out, and now they have seized another opportunity to stimulate”money creation”. The state will hire more chemists and social workers as a result. Buy who will pay for it?
Though it will not be just about illegal drugs nor prescription drugs but also tabacco, alcohol and marijuana. Just anything. If we make a few steps back and look at the big picture, we can clearly foresee that all this data from all blood tests will benefit pharmaceuticals. It all goes back to them into a full loop. And we should not feel safe at all.
Even Your DNA Is A Commodity Now. The government owns your DNA. What are they doing with it?
Making a u-turn is going to be extremely daunting but it is the only way to resolve the world power conundrum. Compassion and empathy are the only antidotes to control and unfettered materialism.
Soon Doctors Will Screen Everyone For Drugs (AUG 2019)
Imagine in the not-too-distant future your job, college ID, drivers license, passport, gun permit, health insurance etc., will depend on you passing a mandatory drug screening.
What is that you say? It could never happen in America.
It could happen sooner than you think if the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF) has anything to say about it.
According to a recent Los Angeles Times article, the USPSTF wants doctors to screen everyone for drug use.
Questions about drug use should not only cover the possibility that a patient is taking illegal street drugs like cocaine or heroin, the task force said. They should also explore whether a patient might be sneaking pills from a family member’s pain medication or getting a boost from stimulants prescribed for a child with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
“The USPSTF recommends screening for illicit drug use in adults age 18 years or older”, according to their draft report.
Big Brother really wants to know if you are using illegal street drugs or prescription drugs, and they have given doctors numerous drug screening tools to find out.
With opioid abuse surging, expert panel recommends drug screening for all U.S. adults
That’s the new advice from a panel of public health experts who examined whether a primary care physician’s time is well spent — and whether patients’ interests are served — by routine screening for drug abuse.
A draft report issued Tuesday by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends that all U.S. adults be screened for illicit drug use as long as their doctors can do so accurately and, when abuse is detected, offer their patients effective treatment or refer them to someone who can…. MORE