Business is Booming in the Sick Care Economy

By Mike Adams
Natural News

This CounterThink cartoon was originally published in 2006, and at the time it seemed almost outlandish to suppose that virtually an entire economy could be run on junk foods, sickness, disease and health care. And yet in the years since, this scenario has become more of a reality in the United States of America, where politicians are announcing “The economy is good” even while an increasingly large portion of that economy is based on disease-causing products and sick-care maintenance of the population (the “health care” system).

Now that the new health care law has been passed by the Congress and signed by the President, it seemed like an especially good time to revisit this cartoon which turns out to be eerily accurate in predicting the future emphasis of the U.S. economy. When looking at this, remember that this cartoon stemmed from what I knew four years ago… long before the Wall Street bailout or health care reform. Yet even then it was obvious that the economy was headed in the direction of the “business is booming” proclamation made by the mayor in this cartoon.

What follows is the full text of a recent article I posted called, “America does not have a shortage of doctors, it has an excess of disease.” This article is particular relevant to the message of this cartoon, so I’m including it below.

Read full post at Natural News

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