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Meet Tim Morley. Soon to be the deceased Tim Morley in what appears to be the result of Canadian Health Care's tight relationship with Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.
Tim was placed on Celebrex. It appears that the drug caused unusual clotting and resulted in the amputation of his toe and finger, as well as assorted other ailments. Mr. Morley became the lead Plaintiff in a Class Action Lawsuit against Pfizer and that's when things went from bad to worse.
Apparently, the drug badly effected his heart. He states that he now has a hole in it. However, all of the tests run by Canadian physicians claimed that he was normal. It was only after he went into the United States for treatment, that he was properly diagnosed. Thus, the "odd contradiction" mentioned in the official letter above.
To compound matters, he is now being denied medical treatment for a serious heart condition that will kill him if left untreated. This in-spite of Canada's "Universal Health Care", which covers everyone but Tim.
Now I could point out that Canada's Health Care system is not so much a Socialist system, as it is a Fascist System. The difference being in the fact that the Canadian Government contracts with private companies, like Pfizer, for services in a Big Government-Big Business type of partnership (Coming soon to the United States).
It appears that Tim's serious heart condition was "whitewashed" by Canadian physicians to protect Pfizer from any further damages. In my opinion, this fatal combination of false diagnosis and denial of care, appears to be designed to guarantee Tim's demise and future status as the dead lead Plaintiff in a lawsuit that would cost Pfizer hundreds of millions of dollars.
Of course this will have to remain my opinion until Pfizer turns over any and all communications in this matter to me, or Tim, to prove otherwise. In the mean time, we can only hope that enough Canadians read this and respond to give Tim back his medical care.
Now, Tim's situation should concern us for a variety of reasons.
1. If politicians can do this to Tim, can't they do it to anyone else that challenges their power?
2. Doctors in Canada don't have to worry about liability insurance or being sued. What would motivate them to deny Tim treatment other than political pressure?
3. If a person becomes a political dissident, might he not expect the same treatment in such a system? Worse yet, will the system try to kill him or his family because of his political positions?
4. If this is about money, can we expect the untimely demise of any citizen that costs the system more than he produces?
These are all fair questions. I look forward to the Canadian Government and Pfizer Pharmaceutical's response. In the words of a dear friend of mine, "A Government Big Enough to Give You Everything You Want is a Government Big Enough to Take it All Away."