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by Les Cuadra
”The time has come…” the walrus said, “to talk of many things, of shoes and ships… and sealing wax…of cabbages….and kings” (Lewis Carroll’s walrus)
Some people wanted to write this before I did but didn’t do it. The health system is agonizing and no monies will fix it. Paying for public health issues is not private health insurer’s responsibility but government’s.
No healthcare plan will work while undocumented immigrants are excluded from the health system.
A fence dividing the border with Mexico will be a rendezvous for chaos. It will keep the two countries closer than ever, and mountains of garbage will cover xenophobia’s monument.
Older people’s industry is shameful, degrading, aberrant, retrograding, profitable, and legal.
Women are human life’s genesis and love, unique temples that allow us to travel along their complete geography but their acropolis where no man, mayflies, or imagoes can intrude. They will live their future by breaking the unjust curse of living in the past. Abortion is not a legitimate right. It is an industry and women are the raw material. Gays and lesbians are people with different perspectives and emotions beyond sexual preferences and medical science. Let’s talk of many things.
About the Author
Les Cuadra has a medical degree from Puebla, Mexico. He has worked for the last fourteen years in the U.S., focusing on the core of the current social, political, and cultural aspects that limit a rational growth in our society. The challenges the health system is facing are the result of a total misunderstanding on public health, which should not be delegated to private health insurers, forcing this sector to raise their prices, making it unaffordable for many people. Public health must be subsidized with public founds.
“I understand the anxiety of some people trying to control the population with procedures of subhuman nature,” the author says. “I also understand people making some decisions a priori, trying to help people to die, but no human being can confer that power to another one to end human life. Death, sooner or later, will get us all. Education plays the most important role, but an efficient way of delivering it has not been developed so far. May my spirit talk for my race—our human race.”
(2010, paperback, 100 pages)