Law enforcement officers must get extremely frustrated with our legal system which often gives perpetrators the chance to walk away without any punishment. They can arrest people on a daily basis, but they have no power to see the process through to the end. They must rely on the judicial system with judges and juries to make final determinations. That must bug them a lot. I can understand why they might welcome the chance to be more proactive. Making a raid on a harmless group of people and bypassing the due process of law rights might bring catharsis. We’ve been hearing horror stories of these types of raids quite frequently lately. Here’s another one: http://www.naturalnews.com/040225_Camelot_Cancer_Care_FBI_raid.html
Don’t you find it ironic that the FDA takes no steps to safeguard the American public at large from companies like Monsanto and their Trojan horse sweetener Aspartame, which actually encourages weight gain while it undermines the health of the people ingesting it? They sit on their thumbs when it comes to other proven health risks as well. But they go out and raid a clinic which offers some hope to cancer patients, whom typical doctors with their slash, cut, and burn methodology can not truly help. Often these are people whom the doctors sent home to die. Only a very small number of people are involved with a clinic like this. These people are already in peril of death because of cancer. But yet the FDA and FBI spend their valuable time and resources to raid a clinic, confiscate medicine which might help these people, and terrorize both employees and patients. All in the name of protecting public health and without any due process of law.
Isn’t it ironic that the altruistic goal of preventing the public from buying snake oil or some kind of toxic substance only applies to the small and defenseless providers? Companies that pay the FDA millions of dollars to approve their products get the benefit of the doubt until so many people have died that the FDA has to take action. The director of the FDA has said they will not approve any product without these fees being paid. This is unbelievable yet understandable. Human greed apparently is a much more powerful force than altruistic ideas about safeguarding and even enhancing the lives of common people. As far as assisting the efforts of medical innovators who use the substances God provided for our healing on Earth, forget about that. Instead we can donate every year to the American Cancer Society and other organizations where the principals earn hefty sums to lose further ground in the battle on cancer. In the meantime, voices in the wilderness cry out that our medical methods have taken entirely the wrong approach against cancer. And the numbers don’t argue against them. Cancer is an epidemic and all of the chemotherapy in the world is only enriching the pockets of those who produce the chemicals and the salesman/doctors who promote their use. And our government actually helps them do this. Some days, I’d like to resign from the human race.