A petition calling for a revolutionary approach to health care reform was launched today by Mike Adams of NaturalNews.com, a natural health and information website.
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The petition -- which is endorsed by NaturalNews, the Organic Consumers Association, the Life Extension Foundation, the American Association for Health Freedom and other health freedom groups -- calls for an end to FDA and FTC oppression of free speech about dietary supplements. Its ten provisions also call for full income tax deductions on health-enhancing products and services, a halt to the psychiatric drugging of children, the end of mandatory vaccination policies and the legalization of healing practices across the country. (The carrying out of natural anti-cancer therapies, for example, is currently outlawed in the United States.)
The banning of GMOs from the food supply and the requirement that the EPA investigate the environmental impact of discarded pharmaceuticals is also in the petition. In all, it calls for an end to the era of Big Pharma domination over health care and usher in a new era of nutrition-oriented, preventive health care strategies that can prevent as much as 70 percent of degenerative disease in America today, saving the nation hundreds of billions of dollars in "disease maintenance" costs.
Notably, the petition also calls for an "immediate investigation" into a revolutionary new health care system developed by Mike Adams, called Citizens In Charge. This system eliminates all health insurance, provides health care coverage to all U.S. residents, proactively invests in disease prevention, eliminates wasteful paperwork and health care administration, drastically reduces health care costs, eliminates virtually all government intervention in health care and produces far better health care outcomes at significantly reduced costs.
The "Citizens In Charge" health care system is characterized as a "socialized-free-market" system of health care coverage, combining the universal coverage of socialized medicine with the personal economic decisions of free market behavior. The system also sports a national database of health service providers where the quality of their services is rated by customers. The result? A national knowledge base of customer-generated ratings of what really works to improve health care outcomes at reduced costs.
To learn more and make your voice heard, visit the Health Revolution web site.