The way it used to be

What happened to our world? We use to be with a government who was for the people and we could vote on our changes. We use to rule the government, but now the government rules us and we no longer seem to matter. If we oppose the ruling THEY put into effect, they consider us anti Canadian and quite often treated like terrorists.

I remember in the past we would be heard with open ears.

Things I miss;

I would know my neighbor, help as a community for those that needed it. We would look for commonalities among ourselves, not differences. It is now at a state that we fight so much within our own society, Blacks, whites, yellow, Christians, Jewish, Italians, Polish, Hindu, Police, citizens, politicians against one another to just mention a few.

Greed has overtaken compassion ship. If you are a victim of some epidemic like drug addiction, we separate ourselves from “that kind”. If it was and epidemic of Polio, we would hopefully strive to aid the victims.
I see one of the worst addictions is Methadone controlled by the government. The Major Pharmaceutical companies strive on the ailment of our society.

Why is the Food and Drug administration in the same group?

Earlier in times, word of mouth was how medicines and I do mean cures were discovered. People worked hard to remedy the population. Today we cannot use alternate medicines, whether they work or not. Is this freedom or is it dictated extortion?

I spent close to 10 years being an eligible candidate for a number to test drugs that were hoped to cure me, or at least give me back a sustainable life. The programs failed and because of the ‘side effects’ which were 100 fold worse that my original prognosis, I had to spend my life savings subsidizing my condition.

I prayed, and kept believing there was hope. I was to receive a new Liver (10 year life span), 3 years to see if it took, and then 7 year countdown. Thanks be to god who allowed me to discover an alternative medicine, MMS.I had only 4 weeks to go before the transplant. I spent 3 week doing the protocol and then gave blood for the transplant team who were amazed when the checked my charts.

When they asked me what I was doing there, I told them to, “to get a new Liver”. They said my counts had stabilized and to come back in 1 year and they would see how I’m doing, That was 6 years ago.

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