Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Sicko & Moore & commies vs Lauren Turner & Google

A famous filmmaker has decided to teach America how to care about its health.

His "Sicko" apparently defends the idea of a communist healthcare system and uses isolated emotional stories to attack health insurers, health providers, drug companies, and the invisible hand of the market itself. "Sicko" is probably a classical example of communist propaganda which is why various people in Cuba enjoyed it so much.

As a person who has tried both the communist and capitalist healthcare models, I assure you that neither of them is perfect, both of them have advantages as well as disadvantages, but you surely don't want the communist model.

Lauren Turner, a Google's employee, wrote a critique of the movie and recommended the people and organizations that are influenced by Moore's slanderous movie to use Google's services for their defense.

The far left-wing blogosphere got angry. For example, look at the Emerging Earth. They think that Turner should be fired because it seems that she dared to disagree with Google's official opinion. The Emerging Earth explicitly assumes that Google Inc. is obliged to agree with the far left-wing activists - see the last comment - and the website moreover argues that all employees must agree with such an opinion of their company, otherwise they must be fired.

In other words, everyone who thinks that the communist opinions of the Emerging Earth are crap must be permanently unemployed if not jailed. I wonder when it exactly became so normal for so many people to promote Stalinist totalitarian policies such as those at the Emerging Earth.

As a person who has liked the U.S. movies in which bastards are simply shot or otherwise stopped, I wonder why no one gives these disgusting commies over there a proper thrashing for their outrageous proposals. Without such a proper thrashing, be sure that this communist scum will keep on spreading.

And that's the memo.

1 comment:

  1. What is the real solution, if Michael Moore’s government sponsored universal health care is not the answer?

    The crux of the "SICKO" documentary is the disconnect between our expectations and the reality of health care. We are expecting compassionate care from another human being, and instead we get a faceless corporation. The person behind the desk or window is an agent of a health care corporation, which is not a human being, whose primary goal is to increase corporate profit.

    The basic problem is that a corporation is not a human being. Therein lies the fallacy of replacing a corporation with a government agency, neither of which is a human being, when what we really want is a human being to deliver compassionate health care, and assist in serious health care decisions.

    Review of "SICKO", by Jeffrey Dach MD

    Jeffrey Dach MD