Wednesday, September 02, 2009

The Problem with One-Size Fits All Healthcare

Hawaii's (America's) problems are not so much the lack of health care as the lack of healthy lifestyles which are very evident and on display that if people don't take care of themselves, it is very expensive for other people to take care of them.

That is a culture of dependency and codependency, which becomes cost-prohibitive, as it then requires ten people to maintain one. Such societies go into irreversible death spirals because ultimately, it requires thousands and even millions, to sustain just one.

Then you have such people as the
pharoahs who require that everybody else, exists for the sole purpose of serving the only one that matters. In Polynesia, those are the chiefs and kings -- for which everybody then is expected to sacrifice themselves to the One.

We see it in the coming of the Messiah, the Anointed One, as the New York Times and its surrogates will proclaim "him" to be.

In such a society, the citizens will no longer be encouraged to drink the
Kool-Ade, but it will be forced down their throats, because the dictators know what is best for everyone else.

The Final Solution, is to finance and fix a system that is flawed in that way -- because it diverts all the resources from alternatives that don't create these problems -- of which society's ultimate products are sickness, disease and injury -- and not its cessation. That would be regarded as tampering with
individual's rights to be less than perfect and wholesome.

Children at an early age want to be healthy -- but it is the example of teachers who are not healthy themselves, who lead them to believe such deviations from healthy embodiments are preferable and excusable -- because they have no idea what they are talking about, though their certificates and degrees may be many.

What is needed is for instruction on better and more healthful living as the objective of that education and conditioning, and not just knowing more things while failing to manifest the value of that knowledge.

Yet that is what everything has become in a hopelessly fragmented and bureaucratic society, in which the whole is less than the sum of its very expensive parts, each having no idea what its relationship is to anything else.

One has to define the issue of "Health" before one can meaningfully discuss what meaningful and beneficial health care would be -- or it means tossing unlimited more money for a system that isn't working just to perpetuate that status
quo. That has been the missing link in these discussions.


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