The National Health Service in New England has put a hold on non-urgent health care services, as the state-run healthcare system edges toward collapse. State officials have instructed hospitals across the country to delay non-emergency procedures and only deal with emergency patients first. About 55,000 operations are to be put on hold in January as England’s health system goes into full rationing mode. There aren’t enough hospital beds or staff to accommodate the mounting pressure of a sick and dying population.
Historically, socialized health care systems that initially promise to care for all people, end up turning people away by the thousands. There is no guarantee that someone will be there to care for you when you need it. This kind of system doesn’t prioritize health self-reliance and therefore become overburdened by dependent patients looking for help that is merely just false hope. The demand for hospital care is also driven by the great deception of flu vaccines, which have spawned a weakened, malnourished populace, prone to mutating pathogens.
Thousands of patients in England have no choice now but to wait in line for an emergency room visit. Thousands more will be turned away only to realize that they must deal with their health issue on their own. The promises of health care are disintegrating as sickness permeates the land, overwhelming an unprepared, inadaptable population.
The nightmare will continue for as long as the majority continues to believe in the curse of flu vaccines and antibiotics, which only perpetuate increased resistance of pathogens and weakened microbiomes. Infectious disease will not be controlled as long as people continue to weaken the terrain of their own bodies and ignore cellular health. A realistic health care system could prevent overcrowded hospitals by first addressing the issue of nutrient-depleted soils, and chemically-sprayed foods that starve the cells and distort the natural chemistry of the human body.
A population that eats cleaner foods, with higher concentrations of trace minerals, real vitamins, and antioxidants is a population that can better withstand sickness and address health concerns holistically. Health care systems only focus on subsidizing the cost of a sick population, never addressing the root of widespread immune system deficiencies. The result is more clueless people looking for answers, heading to the hospital where wait times are increasing and thousands in England will be told to go home.
One issue to address with the world’s failing health care system is the hasty, short-sighted obsession with monoculture farming based on GMOs. Responsible agriculture has morphed into a business model dominated by seed patents and genetic modifications that truly neglect soil health and the necessity of a diverse supply of phytonutrients from non-poisoned crops. The current model of monoculture has centralized farming, concentrating land use in the hands of large-scale farmers who do what they are told by the seed modifiers and chemical manufacturers.
Over the years, the diversity of thousands of nutritious plants has disappeared across the landscape. Single genetically modified crops are replacing farm fields that once contained a wide spectrum of healthy crops. This ecosystem of diverse plants, insects, and microbes is how the soil maintains balance, providing the nutrition that humans need to ward off disease. Thousands of heirloom seeds (adapted to their regional climate) have been scrapped in favor of chemical-driven, large-scale agriculture. Smaller organic farms, which offer so much more variety in food and phytonutrients, have been gobbled up by corporate seed science and their agricultural takeover.
Health care systems will continue to be a nightmare, overcrowded and turning patients away, if countries do not address the root problems causing widespread disease.