Given the unwinding of our current established medical and scientific bodies and the continued issues with their sources of funding, lack of impartiality, and general credibility, it appears that it is time for a reform movement for the sciences but specifically medical science, as this last 24 months has proven that the standing and declaratory authority of our leadership or clergy is hazardous.
Much in the way Martin Luther’s largest issue surrounded the pope’s ability as well as the authority to sell indulgences as well as his right to judgments of members of the church; the current issue with our ‘authority’ or clergy in science and specifically medical science is the exertion of their power to dictate what ‘science’ is and what facts are accurate.
Like the Pope’s ability to sell an indulgence to provide complete satisfaction for any remaining temporal punishment due to sins was not part of his job description; the WHO, CDC, FDA, and NIH are exerting their authority in areas that are outside their power or capability. These bodies, usually created with good intentions, have been corrupted beyond recognition and their leaders’ distortions destroy people’s lives and livelihoods.
This extratextual or statutory exertion of power prior to the reformation had a pecuniary function of building the cathedrals of Rome. In a similar fashion, it appears that the power grab in medical science follows a similar underpinning. In medical sciences, this financial underpinning extends from the top down to the local health authority and even your personal physician.
It is with this similarity that we ask is it time for another nine-five thesis to nail on the door of these institutions. What would these questions look like? Who would we address them to? Who would be expected to answer them? Who can be held accountable?
Jaco Laubscher – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1eH6DYQ1ro
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