Applying The Precautionary Principal To Medicine

All men are likely to get prostate cancer and all women are likely to get breast cancer before the year 2100.

The precautionary principal demands that the government enforce radical surgery on all men and women.

In organizing their eugenics program the Nazis were inspired by the United States’ programs of forced sterilization, especially on the eugenics laws that had been enacted in California

The Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring, proclaimed on July 14, 1933, required physicians to register every case of hereditary illness known to them, except in women over 45 years of age.  Physicians could be fined for failing to comply. In 1934, the first year of the Law’s operation, nearly 4,000 people appealed against the decisions of sterilization authorities. A total of 3,559 of the appeals failed. By the end of the Nazi regime, over 200 Hereditary Health Courts (Erbgesundheitsgerichte) were created, and under their rulings over 400,000 people were sterilized against their will

Nazi eugenics – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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12 Responses to Applying The Precautionary Principal To Medicine

  1. Jeffk says:

    Human de-evolution is happening everywhere. The wrong people have more offspring now, thanks to the Big Enabler gov’t “progressive” politics the last 50 years. The right people are having fewer offspring at same time. Causes evolution to go in reverse, obvious now.
    The ONLY way to change that is to move all welfare and personal problem matters to the judicial system, family courts. Case by case, a judge should issue fines and surtaxes on the relatives of the neglected and needy kin they dump on the public sector now. And lower everybody’s else’s taxes 50% as a baseline. Put welfare in the courts, homelessness, school delinquency, and public defender costs, jail costs all on the relatives.
    Only then will evolution get back on track.

    • shazaam says:

      Government is so efficient. (not)

      When the government defaults and can no longer pay the welfare tab, you’ll see some evolution in action. Those who don’t work, don’t eat. Brutal and ugly and inevitable.

    • gator69 says:

      “We should make the poor uncomfortable and kick them out of poverty.” Benjamin Franklin.

      Franklin put together his own private funds for the first public hospital. He also gave up his patent rights on the Franklin Stove and was a compassionate man, but understood that if you make being poor comfortable, the population of poor will only expand.

      • shazaam says:

        You get more of any behaviors you reward. If you reward idleness, you will get more of it.

        And if the government, in it’s efforts to purchase large voting blocks, provides food, housing, health care, Obama phones and pocket money, why is anyone surprised when the recipients clamor for more benefits and don’t bother looking for any kind of employment? Sure, the poor are well cared for, with the government acting as their keeper. And their ranks keep growing because their situation is comfortable.

        I’m not saying punish the poor. Yet ole Ben had it right. If the situation of the poor is uncomfortable, those affected will strive to improve their situation.

      • I am for doing good to the poor, but I differ in opinion of the means. I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it. In my youth I traveled much, and I observed in different countries, that the more public provisions were made for the poor, the less they provided for themselves, and of course became poorer. And, on the contrary, the less was done for them, the more they did for themselves, and became richer.

        B. Franklin
        On the Price of Corn and Management of the Poor
        November 1766
        ===
        Note too how far back the problem goes! That even =in his youth= there were enough countries enabling the poverty cycle it made an impression on him!

        • shazaam says:

          Well the Romans kinda made the same mistakes. Food subsidies and barracks for housing might still be attractive enough for some. No phones. No debit cards with pocket money. Uncomfortable is the watchword.

          Under a certain income level they keep ALL they earn. Create the habit of getting better living arrangements by earning them.

          The current bureaucratic systems punish the working poor and reward the bone idle. Though that result is by design, as the mandarins/bureaucrats NEVER want to eliminate their jobs. (by helping the poor to become independent)

    • Robertv says:

      The moment a politician talks about social justice, beware .

  2. John B., M.D. says:

    Well, it is true that practically all men get prostate cancer if they live long enough. Of course, most cases do not become clinically significant.

    Not true for breast cancer.

  3. Jack Savage says:

    Spelling! The Precautionary PRINCIPLE!

  4. Andy DC says:

    We have gone overboard going the opposite direction in this country. The obvious result is retrograde evolution.

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