Managing Editor's Note: the Canary Party took flight today. The name is derived from the use of small, fragile canaries, sent into coal mines to determine if the air was deadly or not. Americans, especially children, are the new canaries in the coalmine. It's time to demand answers from both sides of the aisle. Visit CanaryParty.org to learn more. From the webiste:
You have probably never heard of any of us.
We are a group of citizens who are disturbed by the increasingly failing health of those in our society. Among us are those who have been injured by the medical industry, those who have children or loved ones who have been harmed and killed by the medical industry, medical professionals upset with what is happening in their chosen fields and those who endeavor to preserve human health in spite of increasingly corrupt and failing medical establishment.
In 2010, a group of parents of children who were chronically ill with neurological disorders and autoimmune disease who had been active for years in trying to get the medical establishment to address the causes and treatment of their children's poor health, faced the realization that while they had been earnest in their engagement of both the private medical industry and government public health officials, the medical establishment was not working in good faith with them. They came to the realization that if anything was to be done about the epidemic levels of childhood chronic illness in the US, it would have to be a result of real political pressure to clean up the corruption in the medical establishment that was allowing bad pharmaceuticals, bad medical policy and bad public health policy to assault human health on such a wide scale.
They began talking with other medical injury groups, groups that were concerned with the lack of choices in health care, and those concerned with parental rights, with environmental pollution, with nutrition, and with the encroachment of the medical industrial complex on the basic rights of the individual to practice informed consent in medical care.
In the spring of 2011, it became clear that waiting to do something was no longer an option. It was time to launch The Canary Party, because the medical establishment is not paying attention to the sick canaries in our society that are telling us that there are serious problems that need to be addressed, and that if they are not, we must expect that society will begin to suffer greater and greater collapse as more and more people succumb to the diseases and disorders rampant today.
It was time to stop asking the medical establishment to pay attention to the epidemic of illness, and demand that they do, or replace them with better men who would.
And so The Canary Party was born.
In the coming days we will be hearing from many of those individuals on why they have signed on to the Canary Party, and why it was time. We hope you will subscribe and begin the discussion on how to change the course of human health history, and make medicine a safer place for the following generations.Managing