Engineered to fail: Why war, drugs, prisons, health care, debt and education are all theatrical scams designed to fail
by Mike Adams
Sunday, June 15, 2014
More and more people are wondering today why systems of American government and corporate enterprise don’t seem to be working. The education system fails to educate, the health care system fails to create good health, and the border patrol isn’t even allowed to protect the border. Why are these systems failing the American people over and over again?
The answer — which may surprise you — is that many systems are designed to fail from the very start.
The health care system, for example, would collapse if the American people really got healthy and started taking vitamin D, eating healthier foods, exercising regularly and taking care of their own health. So the health care system encourages “maintenance” of disease rather than preventing or curing disease. Disease “maintenance” is profitable, while disease prevention is not. That’s why the health care system is designed to fail at its primary stated purpose: creating good health. If it actually succeeded, it would put itself out of business.
Systems that depend on the continuation of the very thing they claim to oppose