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pennilessgal

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When Dying Will Eventually Become Unaffordable
« on: November 19, 2017, 08:12:45 AM »

I just ran into another appalling fact against monetarism and wanted to share it on here:


Many Americans can no longer afford health insurance, drug costs or hospital bills. They can’t afford to pay rising healthcare premiums,  out-of-pocket deductibles and prescription drug bills.  They can’t afford to live, and now they can’t afford to get sick or die, either.  “Just  because a person is insured, it doesn’t mean he or she can actually  afford their doctor, hospital, pharmaceutical, and other medical bills. The  point of insurance is to protect patients’ finances from the costs of  everything from hospitalizations to prescription drugs, but  out-of-pocket spending for people even with employer-provided health  insurance has increased by more than 50 percent since 2010.” For too many Americans, achieving any kind of quality of life has  become a choice between putting food on the table and paying one’s bills  or health care coverage. It’s a gamble any way you look at it, and the medical community is not helping. Healthcare costs are rising, driven by a medical, insurance and pharmaceutical industry that are getting rich off the sick and dying. Indeed, Americans currently pay $3.4 trillion a year for medical care. We spent more than $10,000 per person on health care in 2016. Those attempting to shop for health insurance coverage right now are understandably experiencing sticker shock with premiums set to rise 34% in 2018. It’s estimated that costs may rise as high as $15,000 by 2023.  (full article: http://www.wakingtimes.com/2017/11/15/financial-tyranny-people-new-permanent-underclass-america/)
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Re: When Dying Will Eventually Become Unaffordable
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2017, 08:29:17 AM »

right on, I just created a blog about it...

How long will it take for people to acknowledge the elephant in the room?

All monetary systems lead to the same aftermath, some faster than others. And cryptocurrencies will not abolish usury which is has always been the real problem since eons.

People’s willingness to go into debts to secure and borrow their future is embedded in all monetary premises, and what is essential to power and “crowd managing”. So in the end, it does not matter which currency is used, end results will be much of the same under any system.

Labeling system is meaningless. Since wealth cannot be created nor destroyed, usury is a great evil, would it be in the form of a mortgage or credit cards or financing wars and social programs.

At this stage, there is not much left to do but watch everything disintegrate in slow motion, and get ready to rebuild anew from scratch completely. Hopefully with a different premise. This crisis is also an opportunity and we should welcome it.

We live in a world where everything works in reverse because existential values have monetized conflicts of interest to no end. Since values are inverted finding ourselves back on the right path requires first a burning desire to see this earthly onslaught come to an end. It is only when the understanding of the crisis endorses the ‘greater picture’ that we allow Holistic Thinking to set in and come to the rescue.

Although the topic of health (being hijacked by speculation, and which is the absolute bottom line) is literally sickening, this blog will be the last of  the “medical series” for quite a while.
http://www.earthcustodians.net/blog/2017/11/19/when-dying-will-eventually-become-unaffordable/
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