Lascaux cave art

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Thursday, October 19, 2017

The British Government Wants to Steal Your Bodily Organs

This issue appeared in the news a couple of weeks ago. See http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/862537/uk-theresa-may-organ-transplant-jeremy-corbyn-conservative-labour-medical-association

The British government has announced an intention to change the law regarding organ donations. The current situation in England is that organs may only be taken if there is clear consent from the donor and this tends to only happen if the dead person's relatives do not express objections. The government is now intending to reverse the situation so that unless a person opts out of the scheme it will be presumed that they have given consent! This is of course a form of legalised theft by the state. It is no different to me stealing flowers from somebody's garden and saying that the owner of the garden gave his 'implied consent' by not announcing beforehand that he was opposed to the theft of his flowers! The state seems to think that it is above all norms of behaviour which it expects of its citizens. So before long your body will become the property of the state! Shades of Burke and Hare!

My position on organ donation is that the whole thing seems to be taken straight from a novel by Mary Shelley! It is contrary to the laws of nature. When a person's organs begin to fail either through old age or the abuse of drugs, nicotine or alcohol then it is time "shuffle off this mortal coil". The very fact that the recipients of other people's organs then need drugs for the rest of their lives to combat their own body's rejection of the organ implant should be enough of an indication that the whole process and concept is unnatural. Instead of engaging in Frankenstein operations and so-called 'sex changes' the focus of the NHS should be the curing of the sick using natural means. As for those who think that they have been 'born into the wrong sex' then a long spell in a psychiatric hospital should rid them of what is after all a mental illness.

It was also announced recently by Professor Dame Sally Davies, the Chief Medical Officer for England that Britain will soon face a "post-antibiotic apocalypse" due to the overuse of antibiotics to fight sickness. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/10/13/britain-could-face-post-antibiotic-apocalypse-warns-top-doctor/ The answer to both these man-made 'problems' is surely obvious. The NHS should cease carrying out these unnatural Frankenstein operations and return again to the herbal lore of our ancestors who possessed a wide body of knowledge regarding the treatment of sickness which is not dependant upon man-made drugs or Frankenstein transplants. Rather than fear death we should begin to view this as an inevitable and welcome stage in the life cycle. However as society has become increasingly materialistic the human body is no longer viewed as a psycho-physical complex but just pure matter and thus the modern obsession with delaying the aging process and inevitable death. It also needs to be recognised that death itself is a natural process and a lasting cure for all our ailments.

1 comment:

CountWolf said...

On the topic of herbal lore, might you have any book recommendations?