Obamacare Urges Doctors to Link Poor Health to Global Warming

This system of government’s full blown attack on the universal freedom of the individual continues uncontested. And this time the attack is coming from “healthcare professionals,” who are being used, willingly or not, as spies and snitches to rat the rest of us out:

Obamacare Urges Doctors to Link Poor Health to Global Warming

By Mac Slavo

If having your doctor quiz you about owning a gun isn’t enough to raise your blood pressure, then this new Obamacare policy surely will.

Obama’s White House is once again politicizing health care, even as the net/noose tightens, now asking medical professionals to advise patients on the effects that global warming/climate change will supposedly have on their health.

The Daily Caller reported:

Americans trust their doctors, so the White House wants these medical professionals to be a mouthpiece for President Obama’s global warming agenda.


The Obama administration has been hard at work trying to draw a link between global warming and public health issues. The summit included the U.S. Surgeon General, top administration officials, and public health experts from around the country telling doctors, nurses and other conference goers how to talk about global warming with their patients.

The central message: doctors should warn their patients that global warming could make their health worse.

It’s not clear what the details of that politically correct advice will be, but here’s a prediction – for increased stress from economic fines and penalties for using resources, meeting new codes, as well as symptoms of indigestion from swallowing or being force fed repeated propaganda.

It is not unlikely that poor health profiles – such as being overweight, obese, a smoker, having preexisting condition – could someday add penalties to individuals for failing to comply with climate change remedies or disqualify them from inclusion in the same way that insurance weighs these factors for coverage.

After all, the assumption of AGW is that people are what’s making the planet worse, and people like Al Gore have advocated making laws to “punish” climate change deniers.

Critics are concerned that these politically-loaded doctor’s visit questions could be a means of classifying patients and flagging them in databases for their extremist views. President Obama’s barrage of 23 gun control executive orders, issued in the wake of Sandy Hook, included a “clarification” (read: nudge) that “the Affordable Care Act does not prohibit doctors asking their patients about guns in their homes.” Many commenters have noted their experiences with doctors popping the question.

Guns, like political attitudes about climate change and other issues, are legal and constitutionally guaranteed rights now, but may be increasingly challenged by bureaucracy and eroded by legal interpretations, database threat scores and quasi-private corporate policies.

Whatever you do, don’t suggest that global warming could just be a placebo for greater government control.

You can read more from Mac Slavo at his site SHTFplan.com, where this article first appeared. (emphasis added)

via Activist Post: Obamacare Urges Doctors to Link Poor Health to Global Warming.

Manipulations, false-flags and bald-faced lies, this is all we the individuals can expect from this dying system of government. It’s time to lower the lifeboats and abandon this ship, which is quickly going down by the bow.

Anarchy is the only way to true freedom for we the individuals, not gargantuan, criminal systems of governments, which are ALL owned and operated by a tiny minority of psychopaths.

We need to awaken to what is happening around us and to us, and then take the needed steps to put an end to it, individually and collectively. Big Brother could be here to stay, if we the individuals will not take back control of our lives and destroy him!

14 thoughts on “Obamacare Urges Doctors to Link Poor Health to Global Warming

  1. Do you mean anarchy is the same as chaos?

    This is what I mean by anarchy:

    “absence of government and absolute freedom of the individual, regarded as a political ideal.”

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  2. Why do you believe individual freedom and self-governance “leaves many people helpless in the dirt?”

    I believe just the opposite to be true: large government, like we have now, leaves people to starve and die while the few who own and operate it prosper.

    I get the sense that you still believe in this system of government; you still believe this system is worth saving and can be fixed, am I wrong?


  3. This system of government is broken. Our “representatives” represent only the interests of their campaign donors. A new system of government, in which the people are actually represented, must emerge. But in an anarchic system, how can we stop giant transnational corporations from exploiting the common people even more than they do now? Without collective decision making we are powerless to solve problems on a national scale


  4. Yes, I see what you mean, and we are in agreement, except I’m leery of another “representative” type of government. And for good reason, they have yet to be proven effective for the people.

    How I see this, in an anarchic, or self-governing community sense (like the ones that already exist), the transnational corporations will cease to exist. When mass consumerism dies, so will capitalist corporatism.

    In fact, this process has already begun to some extent. Check out all the major retailers closing their stores. People are starting to go back to buying from local businesses. I mean this is beginning to happen, not that it has been fully accomplished yet.

    We have been so mind-controlled/programmed to believe we need massive systems/structures of control in order to survive, that we are terrified of anything new, anything different.

    And last, just because people are living in smaller, self-governing/sustaining communities doesn’t mean they can’t come together for a common cause or to defend themselves against a common enemy.

    Having said this, if there is another way, which you seem to believe there is, then I would be all for that also. I;m no genius, I don’t have the complete answer to this enormous issue. It’s just, right now, this way seems to make sense to me.

    I encourage you to at least check out this site and see what you think:




  5. I will check out that website, you seem to have a well-thought out perspective. And I agree with you that localized economies and governance should be the where most of the power and decision-making is. Do away with cumbersome bureaucracy and the massive power of transnational corporations over public life. But I personally value a cohesive global society above all things, a planet where people, information and ideas flow freely. In order to keep such a society safe and just, there does need to be some overarching structure of governance. Do you disagree or do you not value a global society?


  6. “Do you disagree or do you not value a global society?”

    I absolutely do, I value a united humanity! By anarchy, I by no means am implying I want some kind of isolation/nationalism. This is why humanity is divided now. Actually, this desire is behind everything I write, whether I always make that clear or not.

    I agree, when this system has been done away with or destroyed itself, there needs to be some kind of large human council/agency so the world can be united. But for now, we have to start somewhere, and that is why I am drawn to what I have been telling you about. It’s a way for humanity to start starving the beast, if you will, and come together as free individuals (in a universal and not political sense) to live together.

    In fact, as I try to conceive of a worldwide system like the one I desire at the moment, this always becomes apparent: we still need some kind of overall structure for coordination of the people worldwide, but it MUST BE truly of, by and for the people (all of humanity) this time, and not a scam being perpetrated by low-life psychopaths with all the wealth and power.

    And in order for this to happen at this scale, there must be an awakening, as you have said, a universal consciousness by the majority of humanity that we are one and yet still free individuals (anarchy, my version).

    I have no doubt that we are seeking the same thing. And those of us who are awake and aware must do everything we can to remain united, or all of us are lost.

    What do you think?


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