KILLING OF THE AGED
02 November 2013
Every New Zealander 50 and over is in grave danger of being placed on their doctor's slaughter board in a real effort to 'roll back' the Government's estimated age of their death.
If, after giving serious thought to the things on this Website, you think you have been sucked into the scam of Type 2 Diabetes, and believe you are on your Government's approved 'selected for slaughter list', act now and jump off the slaughter board by stopping diabetes medication.
Any blood glucose lowering drug
Any cholesterol lowering drug
Any other drug your doctor says will help your diabetes
The inference is, if you have insulin resistance then you have type 2 diabetes. Your doctor, knowing your ignorance on the subject and the trust you have in him, may come straight out and say “you have type 2 diabetes because you have insulin resistance”. Your doctor knows this is not true. Neither will he inform you why he believes you have 'insulin resistance', nor educate you on the subject. It's his secret, and he wants to keep it that way.
Your nice doctor's little secrets
Have you ever tried to work out exactly what 'insulin resistance' is, or what it actually means? I have and are still confused. This is because it is an indefinable and indefinite phrase. It has no actual or true meaning. It was created to cause confusion. The term is another vital lynch pin for the Type 2 Diabetes Global scam.
The word 'elevated' is used to intimidate, even scare you into believing you are in a bad way because you are both overweight and have elevated blood sugar.
Your doctor will never point out that elevated glucose blood levels do not confirm nor suggest any 'type' of diabetes is present because he is aware that 'elevated blood sugar' confirm NOTHING.
The well worn term 'you don't need symptoms of diabetes to have diabetes', is an evil lie. It comes straight from the pit of hell and has resulted in the crippling and death of millions around the world.
However, like my doctor, he may refer you to a hospital dietitian to help you lose some weight. His letter of referral may also say that you have diabetes type 2 and that you have 'poor glucose control' or your 'diabetes is 'out of control' which is just another lie, often quoted to frighten you into either accepting his medication, or that you should continue to take it.
If you attend a hospital dietary course. Be there to learn about good healthy diet. Ignore any talk of diabetes. Better still don't attend. Be your own dietitian and go fishing instead.
If a urine test (using a glucose diastix strip) shows that your urine contains sugar, it means that your insulin is working well. This is because insulin will move only enough sugar from your blood to replace the energy your body is using. No more and no less. In a non diabetic some of the remaining sugar is stored as body fat, the rest is sent to your bladder for disposal.
Doctors are reluctant to use diastix strips because it is a true test which will tell him if diabetes is indicated – which is, little or no sugar present. If the diastix strip shows very little or no sugar in your urine, he must ask if you have:
weakness and fatigue
infections that recur or difficult to clear up.
If your answer is “no”to all three. You are healthy, with no diabetes.
In a normal healthy person (with no Symptoms of diabetes) blood and urine levels are about the same, whether 5mmols/L or 15mmols/L.
Everyone who is tested show sugar in their urine which can rise or fall during the day according to the amount of sugar in the body.
More carbohydrates consumed means more sugar to be disposed of in the urine.
Less carbohydrates and sugar consumed, the less sugar will be in your urine.
If you have no symptoms of diabetes, and excess sugar has been moved to your bladder, it means you are healthy, and do not have insulin resistance or diabetes of any 'type'.
If you are on type 2 diabetes medication, stop taking it, even if you need to reduce the dosage gradually until you feel it is time to cease altogether. Start taking 1000 IU's a day of Omega 3. If you have a 'healthy' appetite and are over 60 eat a lot less and try to follow a diet of vege's, fruit, fish, and a little red meat.
Having no symptoms of diabetes is proof positive that you never had diabetes at the time your doctor diagnosed diabetes - He has entered an incorrect diagnoses and should be brought to account and be charged with a criminal offence under the medical crimes Act for prescribing prescription drugs for a condition (diabetes mellitus) when there was no evidence that you had diabetes mellitus. And that:
If you suffered any adverse effects from the drugs your G.P. should also be charged with causing grievous bodily harm.
However it would be a waste of time to submit a serious complaint to the NZ Health and Disability Commissioner, The chances are that unless you have irrevocable evidence the NZHDC will only undertake an Assessment which may be fraught with inconsistencies and fabrications.
There will be no investigation and your GP. will walk away free to continue his practice.
Optimal glucose level
According to your NZ G.P. anything over 6 mmols/L is 'high', and between 4-6 mmols/L is normal. By holding this erroneous belief, he is saying that 4-6 mmols/L is your optimal blood glucose level. When for many years your optimal level may well have been around 10-12 mmols/L. It can only be you who decides what you optimal level is. And this by experience of being aware of what your body is telling you 24/7.
the internet teachers that over 14 mmols/L could be considered 'high' - but because the sugar lowering drug has reduced your blood sugar to below your optimal level, of say 10mmols/L to 6 or 7mmols/L through your own efforts of diet and/or exercise, you have moved into a state of hypoglycemia. Gradually you may acquire several side effects, some dangerous such as retinal Retinopathy (eye damage) and kidney damage as I believe happened to me.
If you have been taking anti diabetic medication for quite awhile, It is more than probable that the symptoms of kidney damage was caused by his medication. Your doctor will never admit this possibility. Therefore, there will be “no evidence” that medication caused the kidney disease. He will be blameless.
It means that your doctor was responsible for your ill health and death by failing to acknowledge and act upon the possibility that medication was the problem at the time adverse effects began to appear.
Your doctor may enter “kidney damage due to diabetes” in his daily record but like my doctor, not inform you of his diagnoses. He may give you an ACE inhibitor such as Captopril to 'protect your kidneys' but will not inform you of the dangerous adverse effects of this drug.
He is supposed to administer an ACE inhibitor with caution to a diabetic and monitor closely for any reaction to the drug. However, the chances are that he will not monitor your reaction at all. Just leave you to it, as mine did.
If your doctor is ever questioned about giving you an ACE inhibitor, his response will simply be that 'you are only on a 'low dose' and it would have to be taken 'long term,' for it to do any damage and you were to 'take it at you discretion'. Never mind that a low dose may be a 'high' dose for you. The length of time you are on it has no relevance, as 'long term' means an unending period.
Not until death occurs can long term be applied. At this point (your death) will be attributed to diabetes mellitus or glucose out of control. You will join the 40% (at least) of elderly New Zealanders who are killed every year by pharmaceutical medication.
He will not tell you that a glucose reading up to 14mmols/L is normal
Just as a religious zealot will promote his doctrine; so do medical professionals push the newly 'discovered' insulin resistance theory which basically says that your bodies insulin is not able to do its job properly and in a few months or a year or two you could go blind, have a leg chopped off, contract liver and kidney disease and die before your time.
In fact, the opposite is true. If you are over 60 and take his toxic dope you will almost certainly develop some of these.
Your G.P will tell you that he has the solution. It is a sugar lowering pill which Pharmaceutical companies have spent years developing. He will also tell you that your cholesterol of say, 7 or 8 is 'too high' and provide you with a drug to bring it down to 4.4. These drugs are called statins.
The evidence is that statins are responsible for many deaths. Don't touch them unless you have a family history of heart disease and very high cholesterol – around 11. Lifestyle change is what you really require, including less food.
Do not try to get your cholesterol down to the level your doctor may recommend. It is far more important to reduce your food consumption, and stay off his dope.
He will also likely prescribe Metformin. They are necessary, he will say, because you are in danger of having a heart attack or stroke because of your high sugar and high cholesterol. This is nonsense.
In fact, the opposite is true. If you take his drugs you are likely to get some symptoms of diabetes where you had none before, as happened to me. His words about 'having a stroke or heart attack', could very well come true.
If you start on his medication
The time frame for you to get one adverse effect after another will depend on your age and your particular physical state. Between 3 months and 5-7 years.
When the CV drug (and maybe others) have pushed your sugar level up, he may suggest you take insulin, as mine did. I would strongly suggest you don't touch it.
If you are taking only metformin and you acquire an adverse effect, it is easy to identify the drug causing the problem. But if you are taking two or more it is impossible to determine which pill is causing which side effect. For this reason a Statin such as Lipex is often prescribed on the pretext that your cholesterol is high, and must be lowered. (despite what the doctor says, a Cholesterol drug should not be swallowed unless you have a genetic problem or your cholesterol is abnormally high, such as over 12 and over).
Confusion and loss of concentration
is a well proven adverse effect from both Metformin and Statin drugs. Your doctor is aware of this but will never inform you. Both drugs are known to elevate glucose readings, confirming 'insulin resistance'. (diabetes out of control) your diabetes is getting worse!! or so he would have you believe.
He will most likely prescribe blood pressure lowering drug. This creates more confusion as to understanding what pill is causing the gradually worsening adverse effects. Only your doctor will know but will keep silent. Allowing you to believe the symptoms are those due to age and/or to the progression of diabetes.
'Do not stop taking this medicine without consulting your doctor'
I thought of these words before I stopped taking Metformin, Glibenclamide, Nicotinic acid and lipex 23 months earlier. I had already come to the conclusion that death was imminent if I continued taking the drugs. I had nothing to lose by stopping. I did not consult my doctor.
Low and behold, I was still alive after 2 months and had begun to feel a little better. As the weeks and months went past and up to the present, almost all the symptoms of diabetes (side effects, adverse effects and interactions) have disappeared.
On rare occasions I feel “unusually cold”. My brain is still recovering from “loss of concentration” and “confusion”, but I feel there is a little improvement by the day. It will take at least 6-7 years for the toxins to completely leave my body but probably longer from my brain.
Fasting HbA1c glucose test
A 10-12 hour fast is usually required (Nothing to drink except water). This test (Hba1c) “reads your average glucose level back to about 90 days, so I was informed. However, what they don't tell you is that abstaining from food and sugar over 12 hours will cause an insignificant reduction in your Hbalc. This is because you only fasted for one day out of ninety days!! For the Hba1c to be credible you would need to fast for all 90 days!
Random glucose test
14mmols/L is perfectly normal according to Roche drug manufacturers. In fact the Roche drug company states that 14mmol/L is normal whether in urine or blood. Your doctor will never mention this to you to further ensure you do not discover the fallacy of type 2 diabetes.
The theory is that a fast should bring your glucose down to 4-6mmols/L for you not to have insulin resistance. But because the Hbalc was 10mm or more, he will say you have insulin resistance and 'poor glucose control'. Convinced your doctor must be right you will probably accept his medication for a condition you do not have - Diabetes.
A 12 hour fast requirement is a part of the great 21st Century scam. It is promoted by the medical profession to deceive you into believing that your the fasting test result should read between 4-6mmols/L for you not to have diabetes or you have “good glycaemic control”. And anything over confirms diabetes. This is just another inconsistency in his diagnoses of diabetes. It is also more evidence that type 2 diabetes is a scam