Free Bumper Stickers

Show your support in the fight against forced medicine, by slapping a Medicine-No bumper sticker on your car!


Request Your Free Bumper Stickers!


The American Natural Healthcare Society Creed

When we stop the use of drugs, antibiotics and vaccines in the treatment and prevention of disease, we take a giant step towards a disease free, crime free and drug free society.

Forced Medical Treatment-how effective is it?

Thursday, 01 March 2012 00:00
Forced medical treatment – how effective is it?

by Eve Hillary
The cold spring morning of March 24, 2011, promised a routine day as Maryanne Godboldo cleared away the breakfast dishes in her modest two storey brick and weatherboard home in East Detroit. Unknown to Maryanne, a Wayne County child protection (CPS) worker was lodging a JCO5B form at the county courthouse. She did not agree with the treatment that Maryanne's 13-year-old daughter Ariana was receiving from her family physician and believed the girl should be medicated instead. The social worker intended to force Ariana from her home later that day and admit her to a nearby psychiatric facility for injections of strong antipsychotic medication.
Forced medical treatment is not a rare occurrence confined to grimy hospitals in totalitarian countries. Medical ethicists report that it is a common event that happens thousands of times each day in developed countries with sophisticated health care systems.
Over a one month period alone, one US emergency department recorded 314 involuntary treatment orders. According to researchers at University of Louisville School of Medicine , half were psychiatric admissions, while the other 50% were coerced 'medical or surgical admissions'.
Current thinking in medical ethics defines the gold standard of patients' rights to medical decision-making as: '[mentally] competent individuals are allowed to make their own treatment decisions: incompetent ones are not', according to researchers George Annas and Joan Densberger. This definition works well in cases of mental impairment or to authorise doctors to administer life-saving medical treatment to depressed individuals who have declined treatment for a physical condition.
Increasingly, though, treatments are forced onto persons who are mentally sound and competent to make decisions, but who merely prefer a different treatment option or wish to attend a different hospital from the ones their doctors prefer.

A drug rarely is of any value in the cure of disease. It may sometimes have value in the suppression or relief, but almost never in the cure. Every drug is harmful. Prescription for medicine is a prescription for poison. Penicillin, antibiotics, sulfa drugs, and the other thousands of drugs, including the “life-saving” drugs that sit on drug store shelves and are found in every medicine chest of every American household, are completely worthless and all are harmful. Drugs that artificially control blood pressure, fever, heartbeat and other bodily functions, simply interfere with the natural workings of the body.

Dr. Paul Offit of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia earned at least $29 million as part of a $182-million sale by the hospital of its worldwide royalty interest in the Merck Rotateq vaccine. The amount of income distributed to Offit could be as high as $46 million. Offit has refused to say how much he made from the vaccine. The high price placed on the patents raises concerns over Offit’s use of his former position on the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) to help create the market for rotavirus vaccine - effectively, to vote himself rich.

The medical industry now spends millions in its promotion of aspirin. They expect that millions will get them billions. I’m sure they are right. Did you know that every time you take aspirin you bleed a little into your gut? A microscope will show that the bowel movement of someone on daily aspirin has blood in it every time. If it is happening in your intestinal tract, it could easily be happening in your brain.

By Gardiner Harris, New York Times, June 27, 2004
“The check for $10,000 arrived in the mail unsolicited. The doctor who received it from the drug maker Schering-Plough said it was made out to him personally in exchange for an attached “consulting” agreement that required nothing other than his commitment to prescribe the company’s medicines.

Trillions of dollars are sucked out of the American Economy by the Healthcare Industry. Trillions of dollars to an industry that performs millions of  unnecessary medical procedures, that touts 200,000 drugs, not one having the ability to cure anything;

We have a vast outlaw empire that is protected by the government, the media, the judiciary and saddest of all it is encouraged by  the general public. It is protected by it’s benefactors in congress and promoted continuously  by the top television stations.

You are here: Home
In approving drugs, the FDA does not consider cure to be a prerequisite. If cure were a prerequisite no drug could ever get approved. All that is necessary for approval by the FDA is that the disease that can be caused by these products is slow enough so as not to be apparent. When we place a pill into our mouth, it is not usually enough for a quick death; but it is positively the beginning of a disease and a slow death. Americans are taking pills and Americans are being slowly poisoned.