|Today the various modalities of medicine
compete like religious movements as if their remedy is the chosen path.
Often the patient is made to feel guilty for having an illness his
physician does not understand when the patient should only feel guilty for
having chosen as a guardian of his health an individual so lacking in
humility. Checkov wrote, "if a lot of cure are suggested for a
disease, it means that the disease is incurable." Today cures are
often obfuscated by medical dogma, self-interest and sometimes even by
national security. The complicity of our medical, legal, scientific,
political and university communities in the human experimentation programs
is a moral disgrace and the only prescribed remedy is the revocation of
medical and legal licenses as well as university accreditations.
||Today's victims of human experimentation need to be heard. Some have been fortunate and been able to preserve a semblance of a support system. Others have had everything of material and emotional value destroyed. It is ironic that in this age of family values, these programs have destroyed families and resulted in homelessness for some of the victims. These programs have their origins in the "Man-Break" mustard gas experiments and the sensory deprivation experiments of Ewen Cameron. Once a victim understands the goal of the program, then an only then does he or she have an opportunity to survive. He discovers inner strengths and resolves and learns to admire himself. Survival which he took for granted becomes in itself an accomplishment.