from Technocracy Website
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The AAPS was founded in 1943 and is the only national organization,
Based in Tucson, Arizona, it also has local chapters in eleven key states, including Texas, California, Florida and Pennsylvania.
Whereas the medical industry used to be medical professionals using technology, it has now become a technology industry that uses medical professionals.
With each passing year, the technological behemoth grows larger and the micro-management of physicians becomes more acute. This is a very clear expression of Technocracy's drive toward Scientific Dictatorship.
Along the way, the traditional doctor/patient relationship has been virtually destroyed.
So-called Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) now dictates diagnosis policies, treatment protocols and 'best practices' that must be followed to the letter, or else the violators can be punished by withholding payment, censure or even termination from their medical group.
However, my warning was not the first to be received by AAPS.
In 2005, the President of Citizen's Council on Health Care, Twila Brase, wrote a heavily-documented white paper titled How Technocrats are Taking Over the Practice of Medicine.
The 22-page report concludes,
Technocracy inevitably and always leads to Scientific Dictatorship, as we now see in the medical profession. However, this purpose was revealed long before.
In 1938, The Technocrat magazine stated:
It could not be more clear...
The 'scientific operation' of society seeks to be the exclusive distributor of goods and services to the entire population, and healthcare is one our most important service industries.
Healthcare professionals are feeling the pain wrought by this transformation. The 'science of social engineering' has discarded personal relationships in favor of herd management, much like we see in the agricultural industry.
The problem, of course, is that humanity is not a herd of ignorant animals like Technocrats believe. We are individuals who thrive on personal relationships with other humans.
Braze issued her clear warning in 2005, but twelve years later, few Americans outside of AAPS have cared enough to take any form of action to stop these Technocrats from completely dominating the healthcare industry.
Today, the situation is worse than ever...
Although medical doctors and physicians are strongly resisting the Technocrat takeover, without the help of a fully alarmed and vociferous public, the industry will be permanently transformed and your access to personalized and quality care will be over.
I have already seen the tendency to think that the healthcare service industry is an isolated example of Technocracy's incursion.
This is a foolish understatement of Technocracy's intent:
Every industry, every service, every school, and every person. You cannot look at any area of society without seeing the clear markers of Technocrat transformation.
This is not the future we want or asked for, but it is the one we are going to get if we do nothing to stop it...