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Indian PM appoints Minister for Genocide

Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

Shocking news from India. I show it here like people 8 decades ago brought news from Germany: as a piece of proof that a gang of imbeciles is wreaking havoc on whole earth.

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    PM Narendra Modi allocates ‘AYUSH’ department to Shripad Naik
    Monday, 10 November 2014 – 1:00am IST | Place: New Delhi | Agency: PTI

    With an eye on reviving indigenous and traditional medicine, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday earmarked a Minister of State (Independent Charge) to look after Department of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy (AYUSH).

    Shripad Yesso Naik has been made Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Ayush, said a communique issued by Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on Sunday. Earlier, the Department was under the ambit of the Health Minister, under whose ministry it functioned. The move came after Modi effected a Cabinet reshuffle earlier in the day.
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    Source:
    http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-pm-narendra-modi-allocates-ayush-department-to-shripad-naik-2033648

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The situation is BY FAR worse than ever could be imagined.

As an example look at the 4 homeopaths who went to Ganta in Liberia to treat ebola patients with homeopathy.

Homeopathy is fraud. Homeopathy does not work. Homeopathy is insanity running wild. But they are there, they are in Liberia, brought there by the largest international association of homeopathic doctors, “Liga Medicorum Homoeopathica Internationalis” (LMHI) [1] and the help of leading members of the German homeopathic medical doctors association “Deutscher Zentralverein homöopathischer Ärzte” (DZVhÄ) [2] and the help of knowing and unknowing members of the Methodist church which maintains the “Ganta United Methodist Hospital” in Ganta, sponsored by church members and donations, the journey being organized by a German support organization for the honorary consul of Liberia in Leipzig, called “Freunde Liberias”. [3]

[1]
http://www.lmhi.org/home/article/ebola-virus-lmhi-had-sent-a-team-to-liberia-to-control-the-patients-with-homeopathy

[2]
http://www.pepijnvanerp.nl/2014/11/top-level-homeopaths-behind-ebola-mission-in-liberia/

[3]
http://www.freunde-liberias.de/de/projekte/stop-ebola/internationales-aerzteteam

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The 4 homeopaths are:

Dr. Edouard Broussalian
Dr. Medha Durge
Dr. Richard Hiltner
Dr. Ortrud Lindemann

Each of them carries a “Dr.” title, which already is rendered useless because of them using homeopathy.

Medha Durge calls herself a doctor. But she got her “education” in a college in India.

To learn more about medical “education” in India, let’s have a look at an Indian “expert” on homeopathy who I found in summer 2014, when searching for market research about homeopathy, a Dr. Batra, and at an article he has written.
(It is this incident which I mention at the beginning of this text:
http://ariplex.com/folia/archives/798.htm)

This is a newspaper article from India, written by India’s “best-known homeopath”: Dr Mukesh Batra. It is one more piece of proof.

    http://www.mumbaimirror.com/mumbai/others/Homeopathy-will-become-less-popular-lose-charm/articleshow/36645930.cms

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    ‘Homeopathy will become less popular, lose charm’
    Mumbai Mirror | Jun 16, 2014, 10.28 AM IST

    By Dr Mukesh Batra

    I believe it is extremely important to practice what you study. Why would one study homeopathy and then want to practice allopathy? I strongly feel that homeopaths should stick to this pure and natural form of this medicine derived from plants and minerals. It is the most beneficial and affordable form of medicine known to have cured severe chronic ailments.

    Homeopaths are qualified doctors and they study as much as allopaths, including subjects like anatomy, physiology, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology. The only thing they don’t study is pharmacology, which explains the chemical reactions of the drugs and its prescriptions. Then why opt to practice that forcibly? I am completely against the decision to allow homeopaths to practice allopathy after the one-year course. If this comes into effect, homeopathy will gradually become less popular and lose its charm.

    The government argues that the decision is being taken to cater to the shortage of doctors, mainly in the rural areas. Instead, the government should have popularised homeopathy and offered this branch of medicine to the people. Homeopathy is not dependent on diagnostics. Therefore, x-ray machines, CT scans and other such costly equipment are not needed and it is perfect to be practiced in rural areas. It is not only proven that this branch of medicine is effective, but also affordable. By coming up with this ‘bridge course’, the government has, in fact, complicated things and mixed up two different fields of medicine.

    The World Health Organization has acknowledged that homeopathy is the second largest system of medicine across the world. It is also the fastest growing with a 30 per cent increase in homeopathy practice reported every year since last the five years. This system of medicine has seen such growth only because of the safety associated with it. People are now waking up to safe medicine. A majority of cases we deal with are ‘drug-related diseases’, meaning patients who have suffered due to the side-effects of allopathic drugs. Homeopathy, on the other hand, has none and is thus extremely popular when it comes to treating children.

    While there is no denying that we cannot do without modern medicine, the government should encourage other fields of medicine to supplement allopathy. Not only homeopathy, but ayurveda and unani are also known to yield the best of results, and authorities should strengthen the healthcare system by enhancing each field of medicine instead of mixing two varied ones. Also, what is the guarantee that the homeopaths will practice in rural areas after completing the one-year pharmacology course?

    As told to Jyoti Shelar
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This article has some highly interesting details.

The headline says

    “Homeopathy will become less popular, lose charm”

This is amazing when being said by a homeopath. So I looked where in the text this statement might be. It is in this piece:

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    Homeopaths are qualified doctors and they study as much as allopaths, including subjects like anatomy, physiology, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology.

    The only thing they don’t study is pharmacology, which explains the chemical reactions of the drugs and its prescriptions.

    Then why opt to practice that forcibly?

    I am completely against the decision to allow homeopaths to practice allopathy after the one-year course.

    If this comes into effect, homeopathy will gradually become less popular and lose its charm.
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It is in the last sentence.

The article is dated June of this year. Which means that before at least June of this year the students could NOT decide voluntarily about taking a 1-year course. It simply did not exist.

But there is a drawback: “to practice allopathy”. See:

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    I am completely against the decision to allow homeopaths to practice allopathy after the one-year course.
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One might guess that for the government a reason might have been that homeopaths are not qualified for APPLYING scientific medicines.

So, the new law ACTUALLY leads to a severe loss of quality of the health care system, allowing the homeopaths to mess up in an even larger area which they are not qualified for.

That is one part of the matter – and one big question is: What happened in the past?

The answer is, according to Batra:

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    Homeopaths are qualified doctors and they study as much as allopaths, including subjects like anatomy, physiology, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology.

    The only thing they don’t study is pharmacology, which explains the chemical reactions of the drugs and its prescriptions.
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There is something important which I miss: infectiology, microbiology, epidemiology.

An other statement by Batra unveils the whole catastrophe in one single sentence:

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    Homeopathy is not dependent on diagnostics.
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Homeopathy is not “not dependent on diagnostics”, NO!

Homeopathy is COMPLETELY *INCAPABLE* to do ANY diagnostics.

Batra adds:

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    Therefore, x-ray machines, CT scans and other such costly equipment are not needed and it is perfect to be practiced in rural areas.
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Now, how do these “doctors” there in India handle a broken arm or a broken leg? Just by guessing it? No x-ray-apparatuses?

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What does a “medical doctor” in India REALLY mean?

There is a lot of “medical doctors of homeopathy” in India, claiming to have studied at a university.

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Mukesh Batra, the “best-known homeopath in India” wrote, as an expert witness, nothing else but that

these homeopathic “doctors” actually are impostors:

They can not diagnose, and they do not have the slightest clues about pharmacology and its bases: the sound knowledge of physiology, of human biochemistry, etc. ALL THIS the “homeopathic doctors” were not taught and do not know.

A 1-year course FOR SURE is not sufficient to teach all these topics!

And Medha Durge, what about her education? According to her LinkedIn profile

http://in.linkedin.com/pub/dr-medha-durge/12/a46/406

she “studied” at the “Smt. Chandaben Mohanbhai Patel Homoeopathic Medical College”.

Their web-site is: http://www.homeopathyinstitute.in

They have an official document by the state online, giving a deep view into the curriculum and the exams of the education for a “BACHELOR OF HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE & SURGERY. (B.H.M.S.)”:

http://www.homeopathyinstitute.in/pdf/bhms_all_17082012_1402.pdf

215 pages of pure insanity…

Download it. Read it. And weep. THAT DOCUMENT describes what the new Minister for Genocide is for.
(http://indianmedicine.nic.in)

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And Medha Durge? Because of the obvious deficiencies of her medical education Medha Durge is not qualified as a medical doctor.

But she is in Liberia. She is there to treat ebola patients, she, a person who is not even able to diagnose. Remember Batra’s words!

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The 4 homeopaths are described by “Freunde Liberias” as being experts on plagues:

    http://www.freunde-liberias.de/de/projekte/stop-ebola/internationales-aerzteteam

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    Als aktive Unterstützung im Kampf gegen Ebola organisiert der Verein Freunde Liberias e.V. Hilfe durch ein internationales Ärzteteam.

    Ab 18. Oktober 2014 werden die Spezialisten vor Ort tätig, im Ganta United Methodist Hospital, Liberia. Sie alle sind erfahren in der Bekämpfung von Seuchen…
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“Sie alle sind erfahren in der Bekämpfung von Seuchen…”

Translated: “They are all experienced in fighting plagues…”

Really? Medha Durge has no qualification as a medical doctor. Richard Hiltner even uses astrology to tinker his “medication”. And Edouard Broussalian already in 2011 in Haiti committed a severe breach of medical treatment rules by willfully not giving cholera patients the adequate treatment, but withheld them necessary infusions, see his statement, saying expressis verbis:

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    “at the end of our stay, we were no longer providing new patients with an
    infusion, but immediately gave them the phosphorus spray.”
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    more:
    http://ariplex.com/folia/archives/833.htm

This is the state of the art of homeopathy.

India now even has a minister for homeopathy. What else can he be called but Minister for Genocide?

This is a shame for whole mankind.

But it is not only a shame. It is a lethal threat. Worldwide.

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