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Newsflash: Many Surgeons are Controlled Sociopaths

A new trick among surgeons is to take one operation and chopping it up into four smaller operations and double their money. There are actually popular seminars for surgeons showing them exactly how to do this. What a sleazy ripoff!

However, many other physicians frown on this scummy behavior. A physician who does this can lose their hospital privileges and get sued. When I worked as a paralegal, most of my time there was spent working on the defense of a sociopathic lowlife physician who did exactly that, and that was exactly what was happening to him. Local hospitals had revoked his privilege, and a number of his former patients were justifiably suing his crooked ass. And I was getting paid to legally defend this guy. It was morally trying to make a living defending slugs like this, but the money was good, and I sloughed off the guilt. Doubt if I would do it again though. Some jobs actually cause moral injury, in my opinion.

This arrogant dirtbag was suing the hospitals who had revoked his privileges! And we were helping him do that, and getting paid from his unlimited money supply in the process. The arrogance. I see narcissism, and it looks like some sociopathy too.

It’s not well known, but many physicians are controlled psychopaths. The field of surgery is full of them. And you wondered why so many surgeons have the reputation of being the worst arrogant physicians of them all. These professionals have learned to channel their sociopathy into quasi-legal avenues in order to become “legal criminals.” But these folks do a lot of damage. Look at our politicians corporate executives? Just how many are not controlled psychopaths?

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Foreign Objects in Funny Places

Once again.

I assure you that 100% of these men are homosexuals. Straight men just don’t shove huge objects up their asses. I have seen a medical journal article about all of the weird objects that have been removed from (gay) men’s asses. And it’s always a man too. Women definitely like to shove things up their asses – I had a girlfriend who like to shove dildos up there – but they don’t seem to stick all of these bizarre objects up there like gay men do.

And no, the story about the gerbil is not an urban legend as you might have heard. I have read a medical journal article that referenced the case of a gay man who stuck a gerbil up his ass. The rodent got stuck up there, and apparently had to be removed by doctors.

I understand that hospitals in places like San Francisco deal with cases like this all of the time.

Sometimes gay men die doing this. I have read of cases of gay men sticking poles or iron bars up their asses and then presenting 24 hours later with some very bad symptoms, often being pale as death. It is generally peritonitis, and the men often die quickly.

I am not trying to dog on gay men here – just pointing out that shoving weird objects up their asses is something a lot of gay men like to do.

If you are going to shove any object up your ass, I will not oppose you for that reason alone. There are people who like to do such things, and I have no problem with it in principle.

There are even straight men who like to get “pegged” by their girlfriends. Pegging is when a woman straps on a dildo and fucks a man in the ass. It’s generally straight men who do this, as most gay men simply don’t have sex with women at all. Pegging has become popular now with the Cultural Left along with just about every other bizarre sexual kink on Earth. I have seen a number of articles in the Left media written by hipsters about how much they love getting pegged by their wives. The Cultural Left Freakshow is promoting this weird idiocy along with every other kink imaginable.

You would not catch me dead doing such a faggy, effeminate and submissive thing. I don’t understand how any man could get off on it, and I don’t like playing the female role in sex. I don’t think getting pegged makes you gay; I just think it is ludicrous.

Anyway, any object going up your ass needs to have a flared ending. If it’s flared at the end, there’s no way it can get stuck up there. Your anus is not a vagina. It’s not possible to lose a foreign object in your vagina, but you can definitely lose an object in your anus.

The only thing that’s ever going up my ass is a woman’s finger (maybe sometimes), and even that can be problematic. If you are going to let a woman do that to you, make sure she trims her nails! I have no problem with a woman’s finger up my ass though. I don’t see how it makes me gay or anything like that.

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Long-Term Follow-Up of Transsexual Persons Undergoing Sex Reassignment Surgery: Cohort Study in Sweden

Here.

Even after they transition, they are still seriously nuts. Apparently the argument is that they are even more nuts before they transition, so transitioning is good for them in a sense.

How about preventing it in the first place? There is no evidence whatsoever that the rate of transsexualism is constant around the world.

Surely if it is biological, there must have been vast numbers of transsexuals in the past. Since transsexualism causes horrific mental illness, depression and suicidality, surely we would have heard about in our records of the past. Europe at least kept excellent records in at least the last 500 years. Prior to that, there is always folklore and the wisdom of the ancients.

Yet we move around the world doing ethnographic studies and nowhere do we find tribes discussing the disastrous predicament of the transsexual. Note that if transsexualism is real, it would have existed in high numbers. Recent studies say 1/300 persons is a transsexual and transsexual feelings, transient or otherwise, are present in 2-3% of university students in China, not exactly a hotbed of Cultural Left nuttiness.

Why do we never hear of transsexuals in the written history, folklore or ancient wisdom of cultures around the world? Probably because the notion that transsexualism itself is a biological disorder with high prevalence through time and space is itself highly suspect.

If indeed there were transsexuals in the past all around the world all down through time, they must have been able to accommodate their disorder well, if they even had it at all. Since transitioning was not possible nor was it possible to pretend you are the opposite sex, if transsexualism existed in the past, most transsexuals probably just shrugged off their transsexual feelings and married and raised children like everyone else.

So even if there were “transsexuals” in the past, most of them seemed to have simply shrugged off their feelings as some odd quirk and went on to live normative cis-heterosexual lives.

The transsexual epidemic in the West has a definite feeling about it of being a manufactured issue. A lot of it appears to be simple faddism.

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Libertarian Lie: Education and Health Care Are Best Run by the Private Sector

Self-hating Indian wrote, referencing this post:

For one, the US ranks higher in your table than even Netherlands (which I regard as a very successful country with high social net and economic competitiveness) and much higher than France and Spain (struggling with unemployment problems) or even model countries like Austria, Belgium and Liechtenstein.

Australia is surprisingly similar to the US when it comes to running their economy: private corporations run the show and laissez faire capitalism is the order of the day. While Australia has medicare (the same as the UK’s NHS), it’s mostly availed for emergency situations and if you’re seeking treatment for something non-urgent, you’re screwed as they’ll make you wait longer. Most Australians go for private medical insurance the same as the US. I for one am a strong advocate of buying health insurance privately as it really gives me FIRST CLASS medical care; even in a country like India, government hospitals offer free or highly subsidized treatment and the doctors are competent enough. It might be OK if you have cold, fever, cough, ulcers or require dental filling but for more serious care like say, kidney stones removal or heart operations, I would trust a private doctor. Having a good medical insurance avails you of BEST QUALITY treatment and not just BEST AVAILABLE treatment.

Some of the private hospitals in India have such a nice reputation that more than 850,000 westerners come here every year for low-priced surgeries and treatment – there’s a whole wikipedia article that shows medical tourism in India is now a 2 billion dollar industry and it’s not just costs, it’s also the high quality of treatment available which accounts for these extraordinary figures (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_tourism_in_India) The most popular treatments sought in India by medical tourists are alternative medicine, bone-marrow transplant, cardiac bypass, eye surgery and hip replacement. India is known in particular for heart surgery, hip resurfacing and other areas of advanced medicine.

I’ve covered only one aspect of how governments can ruin people’s life: viz. medical care and some of the best things should be left to private corporations as they have a much better handle at things. Again, who could argue that private schools do not give the same quality of education as public schools: to give my own example, I did my own schooling (age 11-17 years) in highly subsidized government-run schools and I always used to envy private school students: they had better uniforms, guaranteed bus transportation, better facilities like swimming pools and tennis courts. Surely there parents loved them more than mine did so spent more money. And yes, when I look back, all of them are way more successful than me today in their careers. Private schools have an incentive to run things in a more organized manner: in government schools here, I see time and again the same problems: the teachers don’t like to stay long, many classes have no teachers at all, the books are not fresh and there’s hardly any computer education even in 2014 as they can’t afford PCs; teachers have no incentive to teach as they don’t get paid enough and students have no incentive to learn as they’re getting shitty facilities and a broken environment to spend their lives. Again the education industry should be left in private hands and free from government control.

My response:

No way.

Australia is not a laissez faire, neoliberal, neoclassical Libertarian society along US lines. In fact, it is an extremely socialist country compared to the United Snakes and it has been for a very long time. Most of that time it has been run by the Labor Party, which is an openly socialist party, and I believe it is even a member of the Socialist International. To state that Australia is a radical capitalist neoliberal country like the United Snakes is a horrific lie, and I will not let you make it. Private corporations do not run the show in Australia, not by a long shot. Australia has been a functioning social democracy for a very long time now and has been far to the left of the US for decades.

I know nothing about Australia, but I do know about the UK. Yes, you can buy private insurance in the UK to supplement the NHS, but it is very expensive, and almost nobody buys it. Only rich people buy it, and everyone else blows it off. I believe it is the same in much of Europe, private insurance is available but very expensive, and almost no one buys it; instead everyone just uses public health care which is very good in Europe.

You say that public health care in Australia “makes you wait.” In other words, health care is rationed. Guess what happens when medical care is privatized? Medical care is rationed! Only the rich can afford to get sick and pay cash for insurance or the hospital. Everyone who can’t afford hospital bills or insurance gets no medical care whatsoever. That is called rationing, you fool. You either wait in line (social medicine) or you get denied care altogether (capitalist medicine). Under capitalist medicine, for ordinary, non-rich people The illness or injury just runs its course and you get better, stabilize or you die.

There have been countless studies done on public health care vs private for-profit health care and public health care always wins every time and private for-profit medicine always fails all the time.

Do you know medical insurance criminals make money? By treating you less. The less the treat you, the more money they make.  The more they deny care, the more money they make. The more care they give you, the less money they make. That is exactly the way it is here in the US, where lack of or inadequate health care kills 250,000 Americans a year.

Everyone should buy private insurance from capitalist criminals? Why is that? Do you realize that in most of the world, only the rich and upper middle class can even afford this overpriced crap?

There is no reason to do any more studies on national health care vs private garbage health care because we have studied it to death. The conclusion: capitalism is bad for your health.

One example: Nicaragua. Nicaragua had horrible health figures on a par with the rest of the clusterfucked US colonies called “Central America.” 12 years after the Sandinistas took power and put in public health care and started spending a lot of health care, Nicaragua had was beating most of the other countries in the region (the exception being Costa Rica, which has long been a socialist country since social democracy was instituted in 1947 after 5,000 Communists were murdered).

Cuba beats almost every country in Latin America on health statistics. They live almost as long as we Americans do, and their infant mortality rate is lower than ours. In other words, 3rd world Cuba is kicking the United Snakes’ ass on infant mortality.

You have an extremely bizarre method of analysis of that chart I posted.  The overwhelming majorty of high ranking countries on that list are socialist countries (over 80%). A few nations on there are capitalist (less than 20%) Neoliberal capitalism basically fails on human development everywhere on Earth. For some odd reason, it has worked in a few places, but those are clearly outliers. You point out these weird outliers as if they prove that capitalism provides better human development than socialism! You make your conclusion based on the exceptions and not the majority. Clearly your mind does not work properly.

Yes, public health care is quite bad in India. That is because the upper castes who run India do not want to spend one nickel on public health care because they don’t use it. The upper castes all use private hospitals and private insurance because only they can afford it. Probably 80% of India’s population cannot afford private hospitals or insurance, so what good are these things to them?

The debate about public education versus private education ended long ago. The truth is, in one sentence, private education is 100% shit and public education is very good. Private education fails all over the world, even here in the US. There is not one decent private educational institution on the planet. They are all just ripoff schemes run by capitalist criminals.

I agree that nonprofit institutions can compete very well with public education, but they are both pretty much doing the same thing. Public education is nonprofit, and private nonprofit universities are also not for profit. All nonprofit organizations are objectively socialist or anti-capitalist because capitalist liars lie that once you remove the profit motive, you have “socialism” and everything falls apart. Obviously that’s a lie. Stanford, Harvard, Yale and USC are nonprofits. Get it?

There are certain things that the state must do: it must run public health care and it must run public education. Both should be cheap to free.

Further, the US profit medicine model makes no sense. Other nations with public health care spend much less money on health care and have the same or better figures than the US. The US spends vastly more than other nations but has worse figures to show for it. It makes no sense at all.

Governments do not “ruin people’s lives via medical care.” Compare India and China. China went the socialist path, and India chose capitalism and fake socialism. There were 200 million excess deaths from 1949-1979 in India compared to China due to India not pursuing the Chinese model. The truth is that socialist medicine saves lives and capitalism continues to kill.

Sure, you go to the front of the line with overpriced private health insurance that makes their profit by denying you as much care as possible. So what? In the UK, most folks think it’s a waste of money and don’t buy it. Only a few rich people can afford it and buy it. If it’s so great, why do  95% of the British blow it off?

Do you realize that there is a huge medical tourism industry in Cuba? Those hospitals are run by the state, and wealthy elite oligarchs from all over Latin America fly there every year to have specialized operations that are not available in their capitalist paradises.

People are going to India for operations because it’s cheap, not because the care is any good. They go to Thailand for the same reason. Furthermore, only rich Americans can even go there in the first place. Those operations typically cost $5-10,000. You know how many Americans have $5-10,000 lying around? Basically almost none. Only rich people have that kind of cash on hand. Everyone else lives paycheck to paycheck. So Indian private health care is cool because rich Americans avail themselves of it. So what? Who cares about the US rich? Since when is what’s good for them good for the rest of us?

If Indian health care is so boss, then why does preventable disease and starvation kill 14 million people a year, mostly in South Asia (read: India). Indian health care isn’t a good system – it’s a killer system.

Do you know how those for-profit hospitals make money? By treating you less. The less they treat you, the more they make. The more they treat you, the less they make. Here in the US, they routinely discharge very sick elderly folks and pregnant women far before they are well enough to get out of the hospital. Reason: bottom line, increased profits. They discharged my father when he was sick with pneumonia so they could make an extra buck. Within 3 weeks, he was dead.

The upper castes who run India also do not want to spend one nickel on public education because they do not use it. They all send their kids to private schools, which I suspect in many cases are nonprofits anyway. Those schools run by religious orders in India are almost certainly nonprofits, I assure you of that.

Private schools have no incentive whatsoever to teach people better, in fact, the incentive is to teach people worse. The private school my father taught at would not update schoolbooks, and teachers had to supply all of their own materials like chalk, erasers and paper. The capitalist scum who ran the place ripped off the teachers on their crap salaries, provided zero benefits, and shafted the kids with crappy materials or no materials. Not only that but they were fraudulent. They passed along all the kids whether they were passing or not. Everyone got A’s and B’s, including those who should have gotten D’s and F’s. This is typical of private education. The classes are a joke and everyone passes with a great grade? You know why? You are paying a lot of money for your education, so they reward you with an A or B in return for all that cash you gave them. It is nothing more than the buying and selling of grades. They don’t give bad grades because they want to keep their customers happy. They don’t fail or flunk out anyone because then they lose all that money you gave them. See?

Why did the people at my Dad’s private school sell grades, pass everyone and scrimp on everything important? So the capitalist worms who ran the school could fly around in a Lear Jet!

Private schools: The less you pay teachers, the fewer benefits you give them, the less you spend on books and supplies, in other words, the worse the quality of education, the more money you make. In private schools, if you pay teachers well, buy new books and pay for all supplies, you make less money. Which option do you think they choose?

You compare a shit 3rd World country that doesn’t spend a nickel on public health care and education and then claim that “socialism fails” and health care and education “are best run by the private sector,” a lie that has been disproven in more studies than I can count.

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Plastic Surgery Now Available for Most Every Part of Your Body

And I do mean every part.

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Two Abortion Doctors Charged with Multiple Counts of Homicide

Here.

I don’t know what to say about this case, honestly. I generally only support late term abortions in the case of the life or the health of the mother.

For what it is worth, no US doctor has ever been arrested for homicide for the death of a fetus. This case is definitely a first.

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Woman Stays Pregnant for 46 Years

Too weird.

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Death Panels in Arizona

Arizona, possibly the most ferociously reactionary state in the Union, just instituted death panels. People on Medicaid (that includes the disabled by the way) will no longer be eligible for any transplants, lifesaving or otherwise. Surely this will result in the deaths of more than a few Arizonans. It’s killing people as I write this. Is there enough money to pay for transplants for Arizona’s Medicaid recipients? Sure there is!

I’m quite sure that this is only the start, as austerity, gleefully encouraged by Barack Obama, spreads across the land. Surely the painful decisions that the rich scum are wringing their hands about (decisions that will never effect them) will result in quite a few deaths across our fair land.

We already have death panels. They’re called insurance companies. Why is this so hard to understand?

It’s funny how the Rightwing Loons screamed so loud about death panels, and then they were the first ones to actually introduce them.

Figures.

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Americans Are Pro-life!

Repost from the old site.

Yeah. Like Hell they are.

That’s why fully 91-93% of Americans who learn during the pregnancy that their child has Down’s Syndrome or Spinal Bifida choose to abort the fetus.

This is where all those silly abortion polls mess up. No way are 80% of Americans pro-choice, forget it. But the Americans who have Down’s Syndrome or Spinal Bifida pregnancies are surely a randomly selected lot, no?

And when it comes right down to brass tacks, a severely retarded or messed up fetus that will become a human child in months, that you will have to raise, painfully, for not just 18 years, but for its whole life, most Americans just swallow the bullet, pull the lever and say bye-bye.

This is why those polls can’t be trusted. A lot of supposed pro-life folks will have an abortion when all the chips are down, and there’s everything to lose.

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A Strange Bioethics Case

A Bioethics site highlights a strange protocol engaged in by a pediatric urologist team. This team is involved in clitoroplasty of young girls. The girls have CAH (congenital adrenal hyperplasia), a condition that can produce an enlarged clitoris, among other masculinizing effects.

There is no evidence that an enlarged clitoris is harmful in any way, psychologically, socially or medically. Hence, there really is no need for the research. The surgery aims to reduce the enlarged clitoris to a normal sized clit. No one really knows what the effects of the surgery are, but the authors of the study aim to prove that nerve function is spared and the girls can have normal sex lives later on.

How they are proving this is rather strange. One of the doctors has the girls come in with their parents and strip naked in the office. Then she lies down on a table and he takes a vibrator-like object and places it on her clitoris. The girl is asked to report the intensity of feeling she experiences with the stimulation by the vibrator.

The gist of the article is that this study is bioethically dubious and should have at least gone before a committee for approval.

Some of the comments are saying that the doctor should be arrested for child abuse, but I think that goes too far. It would be best for the research to go before a committee to determine if it is appropriate. No one knows what long-term effects these girls will experience from this research.

Diddling lolis with vibrators in the name of research. LOL.

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