If only experts can do the job, what will the future hold?

The future of medicine is again not about healing

It’s sad and funny at the same time. I was a traditional healer for about 10 years and despite so many patients I really healed, I wasn’t allowed to say so. But a doctor who needs 6 years to give a simple diagnosis to a patient, but can’t heal them, is. But that is the present. Today we are going to the future though, because that is what hundreds of doctors worldwide did last week in the Swiss skitown of Davos, to talk about the future of medicine. It again isn’t about healing, but what it is about, you will read in a minute.


  In modern medicine there are two things that strike me and that should strike anyone: one is that both doctors and scientists only care about giving a diagnosis, but no real cure. The other is that anything that is being invented, must and shall be applied. It is just unthinkable to the whole scientific world that they invent a new device or way to do something, but that it won’t be applied in the real world.


Precision Medicine

Precision medicine according to the World Economic Forum.

Yesterday evening I stumbled upon a video by the Dutch news outlet Blackbox, that had a discussion about the medicine of the future according to what has been discussed at the World Economic Forum last week. It was all about chips in your head and data that will be shared with something like the whole world without your consent. But that is not everything and it also isn’t the WEF alone that decides about what will really happen in the future. Here on your right you see what they see e.g. about precision medicine, a new term for many of us.

Precision medicine means that doctors won’t give one and the same drug for each patient with the same condition, but the drugs will be more tailored to the person. More like the so doomed homeopathy, so to speak. Strange to first condamn this natural way of healing and then secretly steal their ways, but hey that is science, isn’t it? You steal as long as you get away with it, which can last a long, long time if we look at people like the chair of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, who stole her PhD and nobody cares. “She didn’t do it on purpose”, was the verdict from the University and story ended.

Now before you start cheering about having tailored drugs, let me first say this: allopathic medicine is already extremely expensive. If doctors now will start giving different drugs to different people as well, that means that smaller quantities of each drug will be sold, which will spike the price even more. So this plan doesn’t seem all too realistic to me and then imagine that I had an E on economics at school. Scientists are nice, but they do live in a bubble and most of them aren’t too practical in life. At the World Economic Forum they come together from the whole world to discuss new technologies, but most of those are way too costly to even think about applying.

In modern medicine there are two things that strike me and that should strike anyone: one is that both doctors and scientists only care about giving a diagnosis, but no real cure. The other is that anything that is being invented, must and shall be applied. It is just unthinkable to the whole scientific world that they invent a new device or way to do something, but that it won’t be applied in the real world.



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The future of healthcare won’t be capital intensive according to the World Economic Forum.

Capital intensitivity and shared data

Talking about the real world. So the plan about precision medicine doesn’t seem to be very easily applicable, but there is another plan that is: the plan of shared data. On the website of Swiss-Info an enthusiastic story is told about patients wearing an implant that

Doctors will download patients’ data to their smartphone

provides direct data about their recovery to their doctor. That doctor downloads the data to their smartphone and lalala they will know everything about the progress their patient makes. Thing here is of course that in no hospital in the world patients have one and the same doctor and secondly doctors don’t have time for such time-consuming actions. Let stand alone that all those data won’t even help the patient, since the first thing of all is that doctors don’t cure patients. They only give a diagnosis, possibly a surgery and/or pills. No cure.

Just to compare: when I would heal a patient, I would heal them until they wouldn’t get the same disease again. I healed their cells and their DNA. Then they also couldn’t pass the disease on to their children. No modern doctor even thinks about that. “You can’t heal from most diseases”, they are convinced of it, but aren’t ashamed of attracting so many billions of dollars every year to keep patients sick.


About sharing data

The show underneath is in Dutch, but you can turn translations on and then put it in English. You will at least understand something of what is being said. It is all about sharing data about your health with doctors, but also with ‘science’ in general and even without your consent. I want to add a few things that were half discussed, such as: using those digital data will reduce the staff in hospitals and in the whole healthcare. You will have a digital nurse, just like on the chat apps on many websites nowadays. No-one to talk to, while you are laying alone in your house, surrounded by electrical devices and that in an era where power cuts are predicted to become more and more normal.

Now that is real progress, don’t you think? Your medical and personal data spread all over the world, “safe” on the blockchain where they can never be erased and no-one to put the machine on again when the power is cut. No-one to talk to in general, because everyone is working and there is no nurse to be with you at least a few times per day for a few minutes. The one thing that heals people more than even traditional – or real – healing, is a positive environment with people that love and encourage you, but that will be taken away. Ah it costs too much and science is above all! Well … if that is the futuristic way to beat disease as the World Economic Forum suggests, I don’t know if I want that future.



Blockchain for safety: do we want that?

And then about that blockchain! When I found a new digital coin, Pi, that was started by some scientists at Stanford University (California) of whom one was a Greek, I wanted to try it out. The coin hadn’t been launched for real yet, so I didn’t risk losing my money (at which I am a real expert) and they were singing halleluyah about this blockchain that I hadn’t heard about yet. It spared so much energy, they said, because a blockchain is a data system that is on each telephone owned by someone who joins Pi. Therefore the energy load is spread and it also costs you less power to mine on your telephone. Mining means that you leave your money app on and then your money becomes worth more and more – if you are lucky. If unlucky, it falls in worth as we have seen with Bitcoins and other digital coins.

Keeping that app on costs electricity, so with Bitcoin you have to charge your telephone all the time – at least that is what is said about it. I don’t have Bitcoin, so I can only tell what others say about it. But this new coin Pi was nicely and well on such a super modern blockchain system. Then all data of all people who join ze coin are on each phone. I really don’t know how that saves power, but okay I’m an alpha and betas tell you it works that way. I will assume it to be true. But there is a big but in the system: because all data are not only kept on one enormous computer somewhere at the Pi offices but spread over all joining computers and telephones, not a single piece of data can ever be erased.

So if you stop using Pi, your data will still be there like forever. And call me a duck, but won’t that create a huuuuuuuge heap of data that take a gigantic mountain of space and energy on each and every computer or phone in the world that joins Pi? Imagine how many data that will be in  a hundred years and no-one who can ever get it undone! Do we really want that blockchain, folks?

This is what medical scientists, doctors and pharmacists want us to use in the near future. All our data freely flying over our heads in the digital cloud, free to anyone to look into and impossible to ever, ever erase. If a doctor writes a nasty report on you or tells you lies – like they did to me for years – that will stay forever. Even your grandkids and their grandkids will be able to look into your personal and medical data. Can you even imagine that to be the reality of our planet?


Pandemics yay!

If you ask the WEF, the future of medicine is most of all global. There will be one medical instance and what else will that be than the WHO, the World Health Organisation, that filled our brains up with loads of disinformation during the Covid crisis. There won’t be instances like CDC or FDA that check medicine, doctors and hospitals in every country, because everything must be global. The world with one health instance on which we have no influence whatsoever. The staff there sits nicely in their ivory tower with fat salaries and a great view on us, the dumb plebs.

That is how they talk about us, isn’t it? Even that lady just above on the Blackbox video (Wendy Mittemeijer-Ootenman) said that laymen – so that’s us, the non-professional and simple people – shouldn’t be fed with unexplained data. That was about data on different sorts of cancer and where they happen most, a plan by the Dutch government to make a ‘cancer map’ (it’s all in a name) about on the internet. Because laymen don’t know how to think, they aren’t initiated into the knowledge. Doesn’t that sound not only utterly arrogant but even cult-like?

The plan is that many more pandemics of nasty viruses will emerge and of course that won’t be because all-too-eager scientists are researching how to make those viruses jump on people and then by accident let them leak to the dumb plebs. Just like they did with the Covid virus. Plan is next that this WHO makes a plan to stop the virus, which means lockdowns, forced vaccines and quarantines just like in China for two years. mRNA vaccines, also a thing for the future, kill people’s immune system and since we’re not allowed to use natural medicine to build it up again, we will fall ill the whole time. Which society will then still function, with so many ill people and that permanently?


How realistic are the WEF plans?

Really if you ask me, the future the WEF envisions, doesn’t seem too realistic to me. It is enormously costly and the elite that is supposed to profit from it, won’t do so because if the plebs can’t work being ill and in lockdown all the time, who is going to earn their money? Robots with AI technology are far from ready yet and even if they are, they can’t just replace us. Yet they have already plans to start pilots in some countries with digital passports. Problem is always again those nasty parliaments that vote all innovative plans by the WEF away. That is why parliaments should be cancelled according to them. Everything should be decided in the European Union in Brussels, behind closed doors. Problem is that even there are more and more critical members of Parliament, who talk logics and veto or vote against dumb plans.

Actually the Covid crisis made everything clear. The future plans of eccentric but powerful clubs like the WEF and the undemocratic way of working in Brussels, where decisions are being made for 27 countries that have no right to refuse them. More and more politicians and journalists stand up every day to say NO to the Great Reset, the energy transition, to the use of AI, to forced vaccines and more totally impractical and unfavourable plans for the future. People now know they can’t trust the government and have to stand up for a better life, not for an even worse one and for the safety of our children that are being pumped full of idiot and dangerous woke ideas about the world at school.

I am not very worried about the future and since I have my influence on it, I am full of trust everything will be okay. It will take a few years and maybe decades, but it will be allright. The dark life without possessions and in a totally broken world will not become more real, but things will change. So one day the WEF plans will win, the next day a logical plan will win. It will be some kind of war without weapons between communist and capitalist ideas. The most logical way will win, you will see and that will happen a lot faster if you support my work!



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Natassa Vassiliou, MA

Anastasía (Natassa) Vassiliou analyses the news with her unique fresh insight. She studied Greek & French Literature, with minors in law ethics and teaching mother language plus specialisation in media psychology. 25 years in education & business trainings followed. 13 years in traditional medicine research and coaching & 2 years in the media. Natassa loves kids, Greece, coffee & nice people. Also cherries, apes, boeren, cooking & experts. No to Jeugdzorg, egoists, bonkers, dipshits & digital ID's. Proud Greek, Orthodox Christian and Mom of 2 Awesome Big Boys, she is sadly handicapped.

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