by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© September 2020, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
More like prisons. Hospitals in America (and other nations) are now more like prisons. Unlike in the past, one is not free to leave the hospital. We donŐt know how they get away with it, but hospital personnel are telling people they may not leave without permission.
Radio locator bracelets. Hospitals are also putting a radio-controlled identification bracelet on patients that signals if the person leaves a certain area of the hospital. If one cuts off the bracelet, it alerts hospital personnel and they put a new one on. Tracking people this way is totally unconstitutional in America.
We believe this new policy in America is part of the 2000+-page Affordable Care Act of 2010, also called Obamacare. There was not a single Republican vote for this law and it is thoroughly unconstitutional (see A Sad Day For America and The Affordable Care Act Of 2010).
President Donald Trump vowed to repeal it, but so far has not kept his word and the law remains. He signed a bill to remove the penalty for not having health insurance, but otherwise the law remains in force.
In America (we donŐt know about other nations) we are told that you can leave a hospital if you just repeat the phrase, ŇI am dischargedÓ as you walk out of the hospital.
It is a sort-of loophole in the law, and an important one to know about should you end up in the hospital.
Unfortunately, another horror is visiting naturopaths. For details, read The Naturopaths.