America’s healthcare system is at war and people are its battlefield. With the advance of scientific discovery and the explosion of the Industrial Revolution gears began grinding, drills began drilling, pumps began pumping, processes performed processing, extruders extruded the byproducts of investigation and discovery. From petroleum came petrochemicals and the hope that what was quickly vanishing in nature could be replicated by synthesis in a test tube.
DR: Demolition and Reconstruction
"American physicians could accomplish the same thing by influencing laws allowing much higher speed limits on U.S. roads without the collateral damage to foreign nations, but that would discount other incentives like acquisition of natural resources and the profits made from weapon procurements, security and other supply systems," said Fahrahfakahn.
Fahrahfakahn makes an uneasy comparison between Guevara and Simon Bolivar who freed much of South America from the tyranny of European Imperialism in the same way that Washington freed North America from British oppression. He argues that Bolivar and Guevara were aware of the insatiable appetite of some North Americans for Latin American resources in the same way that the U.S. Northern industrialists longed to separate their Dixie cousins from their assets using the smoke screen of abolitionism. "If the New Englanders had wanted to free people from bondage they would not have reinslaved them with the China Trade's opium, the same tactic used in the 1980's to fund the private Iran-Contra war. Simon and Che knew that the U.S.'s power elites wanted to control South America's natural resources and their fears were born out in the William Walker attempt to take over Honduras in the 1840's and Iran-Contra in the 1980's which was a rehashing of William Walker's earlier failed annexation attempt. The Bechtel water wars in Bolivia is nothing more than a continuation of this battle to get at Bolivia's Lithium deposits," said Fahrahfakahn, "for car batteries, but what they really need it for is to treat their psychotic megalomania."
|Secretary of Defense for Nuclear Chemical|
and Biological, Dr. Dale E. Klein (2nd from R)
Mrs. Becky Armendariz-Klein (2nd from L).
Lt. Gen. Ronald Blanck (L), Lt. Gen.
Robert Bernstein (R).
Victoria and Mona Myers went to DC on the bus with other nurses. Mona remembers that the national baseball strike was going on and that President Clinton was out of the country at the time. She recalled that an estimated 35,000 marchers turned out, and that media coverage was minimal as insurance companies had influenced news coverage of the event, downplaying it.
As it was, no one heard a word about the march. It was nowhere on the news cycle, but Fahrahfakahn believes that was for another reason not mentioned by either Meyers, nor by the mainline media, but was perfectly obvious to a seasoned physician whose mind moves quickly to identify systemic causes of illness. "First of all the march occurred on a Friday. That’s the worst day for capturing attention and the baseball strike had been going on for months, hardly a factor. Secondly, all eyes focused on the murder in Texas of the Tijuana rock star, Selena. Selena was murdered by Yolanda Saldizar, a former ROTC member from San Antonio who was accepted to the University of Texas. Her brother was a former Marine drill instructor and most of the RN's around her worked in San Antonio at Audie Murphy Hospital. Saldizar, also an RN, held the media hostage as she sat in a vehicle outside the hotel where Selena was killed. So much for trustworthy RN's. Also that day in Romania an Airbus with over 60 people on board took an inexplicable hard left turn after takeoff to plunge into the earth killing all on board. Selena’s attorney had represented the famous Duke of Duval County George Parr who is often credited for the Ballot Box 13 election of Lyndon Baines Johnson whose war in Vietnam provided significant opportunity for the honing of surgical skills, and he also defended a member of the Branch Davidians whose Waco compound in McClennan County was home to the chief Iran-Contra conduit, Farhad Azima. A charter member of the Alpha Delta Epsilon fraternity, Hardy Douglas Loe, was Douglas Tinker’s brother-in-law or uncle I think. Tinker was Saldizar’s attorney," said Dr. Fahrahfakahn. “That has always troubled me,” he confessed. "It was as if someone at the American Nurses Association wasn't looking out for them or worse," said Fahrahfakahn.
|Cabaza de Vaca, Simon Bolivar, Smedley Darlington Butler, Che Guaverra and the "Kubrick Stare", the subject|
of Dr. Farufa Fahrahfakahn's book Alvar, Simon, Smedley, Che & Me (2008, Cabaza de Vaca Press).