History of Insurance Lobby’s Fascist Healthcare Laws…

Mother of all "Associations" The Bar Association gathered together the Medical and Insurance associations to develop USA Healthcare monopoly

by Tom Valentine

Mother of all "Associations" The Bar Association gathered together the Medical and Insurance associations to develop USA Healthcare monopoly


In 1963, the year they gunned down JFK to take all the attention, three nefarious professional associations met and conspired to firmly implant the fascist healthcare state.

It happened in Colorado Springs where the Insurance Association joined the Bar association and the AMA at a conference with ‘mock trials’ wherein medical doctors were taught how to testify in courts holding accident damage trials—the full intent and purpose of the conference was to insure that insurance companies could not lose. It was part of a very long range plan to maintain the insurance industry’s ever growing snowball of power and money.

I have already written about the Lloyds of London monopoly oozing outward and upward from The City of London financial ‘Crown’ for hundreds of years. Insurance Scammers As Evil As Central Bankers; a History

The legal eagles (BAR association) conducted the program, which amounted to little more than the ‘protection racket,’
practiced by organized criminals in the streets.

Helen Peters, who published hard-hitting newsletters throughout the 1960s exposed the criminal conspiracy to control damage awards as follows:

The doctors were informed that if they would go along with this farce, they would be well-rewarded by the insurance companies, but if they refused—their malpractice insurance would be canceled, and state medical boards would revoke their licenses. Doctors had to carry malpractice insurance, and the insurance gang was right there to take a cut of the fee. When doctors raised their fee the Insurance cut was also raised.

Such shakedown practices were standard with the privileged
elites whose power was codified in English laws. As drugs developed into bigger and bigger business physicians were required to write prescriptions for the insurance-owned drug companies. No sooner did this monopoly take effect on the medical professionals who operated under state licensure, than it was directed that so many patients had to be ‘referred’ to hospitals owned by insurance companies.

The doctors were securely trapped by their own avarice as well as the avarice of the system. Especially when the medicos could take pieces of ownership.

It was estimated by investigative journalists at the end of the 1960s
That “at least 50% of all money paid for medical services poured into insurance coffers.

Is it any wonder that medical/pharma became a darling of investment bankers? Turning the traditional art of healing and care into ever expanding banking games? Health and healing is no longer a noble art for the benefit of the sick; it’s become a sick fascist monopoly that has produced the worst legislation in history.

The corporate crimes could not prevail without threat to state licenses and regulation—hand-in-glove fascism.

No citizen journalist in US history did more to stop the takeover of everything in America by the scions of the British Crown and the British Israel conspiracy than did Mrs. Peters, a tireless researcher who read everything published in the Federal Record for decades.

Any smart aspiring journalist today would do well to put in the library hours pouring over everything Congress gets into the written record; one would be amazed. Helen exposed the nefarious federal reserve at an early date by reading the record.

Nothing helps the insurance industry more than high costs, if medical services were inexpensive, skilled healing arts, few would clamor to have costs covered by insurance, but cancer, or other chronic disease, can easily destroy one’s accumulated wealth under today’s criminal monopoly, so insurance is perceived to be an absolute must.

And let’s not forget the poor, who simply cannot afford anything; or the youthful with vigor who are simply not responsible—they are indestructible. Hospital costs are even more indestructible.

History demonstrates Americans have been a compassionate society without need for fascist government—charity hospitals abounded for the prior century.

In 1986, after years of quiet pressure, the insurance/medical lobby prevailed on the weakest segment of society—politicians who want to be loved and admired so much that they perpetually try to buy it with other people’s money. The result is the now forgotten EMTALA, signed into law by the patron saint of modern Neocon phonies Ronald Reagan.

Let Wikipedia explain:

“The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act [EMTALA) is a US Act of Congress passed in 1986 as part of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act COBRA. It requires hospitals to provide care to anyone needing emergency healthcare treatment regardless of citizenship, legal status or ability to pay. There are no reimbursement provisions. Participating hospitals may only transfer or discharge patients needing emergency treatment under their own informed consent, after stabilization, or when their condition requires transfer to a hospital better equipped to administer the treatment.

EMTALA applies to “participating hospitals.” The statute defines “participating hospitals” as those that accept payment from the Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) under the Medicare program. However, in practical terms, EMTALA applies to virtually all hospitals in the US, with the exception of the Shriners Hospitals for Children, Indian Health Service hospitals, and Veterans Affairs hospitals. The combined payments of Medicare and Medicaid, $602 billion in 2004, or roughly 44% of all medical expenditures in the US, make not participating in EMTALA impractical for nearly all hospitals. EMTALA’s provisions apply to all patients, and not just to Medicare patients.”

Of course, the feds never funded this law, that served to raise hospital costs astronomically; proving a great boon to insurance industry. Fascism pays, if you ride the crest—but woe to we normals in the middle, who don’t have all the evil programming and care somewhat for our fellow man.

To my way of thinking this mess called Obamacare sprang from the fertile minds of Mammonites long, long ago in the City of London, and we smart, educated dupes are just now catching on—duh!

One more point. Notice how the description of EMTLA by the encyclopedia, carefully defines words or phrases. This is standard in all law writing.

Then, how come nobody has ever made the pricks define “health” when writing healthcare law? Huh—how come?


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Tom Valentine (born August 20, 1935, same day as Ron Paul) is a businessman, writer, commentator and radio host with an anti-establishment perspective. He worked with Radio Free America from 1988 to 2004. He tends to align with issues from left and right ends of the political spectrum, as well as libertarianism. His main journalistic interests have been unorthodox health care methods and conspiracy theories. He is a believer in many alternatives as cancer cures, and believes that soy products are unhealthy for human consumption. All of his views are at odds with the mainstream medical community.