Surgeon general puffs hot air

What is the “Surgeon General” of the United States supposed to do, anyway? It’s a rather archaic Civil War-era post, something out of medieval Europe, because the Pilgrims who originally left Europe for America did not exactly do so for the advancement of medicine, as they did in fact practice such abominations as amputating the feet of slaves, nor has the medicine of the Europeans they left behind advanced to any beneficial degree in the meantime.

(CNN) — The US surgeon general said this week is going to be the “hardest and the saddest” for “most Americans’ lives,” describing the upcoming grim period of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States as a “Pearl Harbor moment” and a “9/11 moment.”

Surgeon General: This week will be like a ‘Pearl Harbor’ and ‘9/11’ moment

That fellow is a bit of a skinhead with a pretty good military rank, a lot of stars at the Pentagon level, and a few masonic decorations on his shoulder. That language is the language of war, not of medicine, whether we are talking about biological or chemical warfare, or if the surgeon general expects the immune systems of average Americans to be devastated by the fallout of an atomic weapon.

The job of the Surgeon General up to this point has been mostly limited to issuing consumer black-box warnings on packets of cigarettes and bottles of whiskey, enforcing the government-mandated circumcision of newborn boys, and ensuring free access for women to abortion and birth control services. Is that Donald Trump? No, POTUS doesn’t really escape the medieval tyranny of medicalism and hyper-professionalism in the medical field any more than the rest of us do, by virtue of his office.

When the mogul and presidential candidate’s daughter Ivanka gave birth to a baby boy last Sunday, it immediately set a new date in their calendars – the bris, or ritual circumcision, of the billionaire’s eighth grandchild. // That’s because, as Trump described the then-impending birth to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee convention in Washington last week, his daughter just had “a beautiful Jewish baby.” Ivanka converted to Judaism when she married her husband, real estate scion Jared Kushner.

USA Today: Next up for Donald Trump? A circumcision ceremony

The FBI has been cracking down on medical fraud for some time, since the well-known explosion in healthcare premiums experienced in the United States, long before the present Coronavirus® // COVID-19® hoax.

“Rooting out health care fraud is central to the well-being of both our citizens and the overall economy. Health care fraud costs the country tens of billions of dollars a year. Some patients are also harmed in furtherance of these schemes.”


The admission of actual harm to patients is only reluctant on the part of civilian law enforcement. It is almost certain that we — as patients, and probably not so much the doctors themselves — will experience a heavy military crackdown in regards to healthcare.

The military is apparently preparing for mass casualties of politically liberal civilians who collectively refuse to aid themselves, and further refuse to allow the rest of us to live our lives independently or defend ourselves outside their vicious gun-control red-light districts.

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