MISS AMERICA: THIS IS A PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT BROUGHT TO YOU BY A RETIRED DETROIT POLICE SERGEANT, IN THE RAW STORY OF “I ONCE WAS A HERO,” “THEY DON’T FEEL MY PAIN,” Part-5

PART-5, OF THE DASGUPTA, BELETSKY, CICCARONE PROTOCOLS

PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY 1960:

“AND SO MY FELLOW AMERICAN ASK NOT WHAT YOUR COUNTRY CAN DO FOR YOU ASK WHAT YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR COUNTRY”

BY

NORMAN J CLEMENT RPH., DDS, NORMAN L.CLEMENT PHARM-TECH, MALACHI F. MACKANDAL PHARMD, BELINDA BROWN-PARKER, IN THE SPIRIT OF JOSEPH SOLVO ESQ., IN THE SPIRIT OF REV. C.T. VIVIAN, JELANI ZIMBABWE CLEMENT, BS., MBA., IN THE SPIRIT OF THE HON. PATRICE LUMUMBA, IN THE SPIRIT OF ERLIN CLEMENT SR., WALTER F. WRENN III., MD., WILLIE GUINYARD BS., JOSEPH WEBSTER MD., MBA, BEVERLY C. PRINCE MD., FACS., RICHARD KAUL, MD., LEROY BAYLOR,   JAY K. JOSHI MD., MBA, ADRIENNE EDMUNDSON, ESTER HYATT PH.D., WALTER L. SMITH BS., IN THE SPIRIT OF BRAHM FISHER ESQ., MICHELE ALEXANDER MD., CUDJOE WILDING BS, MARTIN NDJOU, BS., RPH., IN THE SPIRIT OF DEBRA LYNN SHEPHERD, BERES E. MUSCHETT, STRATEGIC ADVISORS

          DOES ANYBODY FEEL MY PAIN                      

Governor DeSantis signed an executive order barring public schools from requiring face masks. As governors around the country fight to preserve the rights of people not to wear a face mask, no governor or sitting politician has the guts or the tenacity to fight for the rights of the people to be free of pain.  

Recently, I was diagnosed with a degenerative spinal disease. I am in chronic pain.  My pain is on the scale-up eight and nine. I recently had a prescription for pain medication. However, the insurance will only approve of a seven-day supply. My pain will last more than seven days. Yet no politicians have the guts to stand up and say this citizen of America should not be in pain. 

My Brother Retired Sergeant Walter R. Clement, 33 years Detroit Police Department “I once was a hero and now I’m criminalized”

I WAS ONCE A HERO

I was once called a hero for protecting us very my community now looked upon as a potential criminal a potential drug salesman as I am denied medication that I so badly need.

Yet, in 1993 I was shot in the upper thigh by an assailant while a member of the elite Detroit Swat team unit. I was take to the ER and I was in pain. As it became clear no vital anatomical structures were damage the ER doctor put his hand on my shoulder and told me I was one tough man. I was sent home on no pain medication and he returned me the work for the next day.

I was in excoriating pain the next morning when I went to work and had it not been for two Detroit Police Supervisors who recognize my dilemma I would have went out into the street a bought something for the pain. These Supervisors quick thinking, then had me sit there at a desk for 1 hour then assigned me out for medical leave. I was out for 6 months.

They fight for the right not to wear a mask. They fight against abortions. They fight for the right to carry a gun. However, no one stands for the rights of the citizens of America to be free of pain. 

As doctors are being arrested and incarcerated for treating pain, no one is standing for the citizens or the doctors and any medical professional to treat individuals for pain.  I am angry, I am dismayed at the quality of life that has been forgotten. Everyone seems to be looking at false claims than the reality that people like myself are suffering from chronic pain.

DO THEY EVER FEEL OUR PAIN

They fight for the right not to wear a mask. They fight against abortions. They fight for the right to carry a gun. However, no one stands for the rights of the citizens of America to be free of pain. 

I cry at night because my pain is so intense. Yet no one gives a dam. You fight for a mask, for infrastructure, for the budgetary crisis, and for the right to carry a gun.  None of these matters to me. 

As doctors are being arrested and incarcerated for treating pain, no one is standing for the citizens or the doctors and any medical professional to treat individuals for pain.  I am angry, I am dismayed at the quality of life that has been forgotten. Everyone seems to be looking at false claims than the reality that people like myself are suffering from chronic pain.

WHY BLACK PEOPLE SUFFER PAIN, A DOCTORS WITH COURAGE LISTEN TO THE LATE REV. RONALD MYERS MD HERE:

THE AMERICAN AGONY

Dr. Helen Borel writes in her book The American Agony: The Opioid War Against Patients in Pain; 

“Due to lawless United States Department of Justice (DOJ) tactics from New York to Los Angeles, pain doctors are retiring, and Pain Patients are Dying.

Unconscionable DOJ actions-forcing patients in pain to give up their well-working opioid analgesic, forcing doctors to meet some ridiculous fictitious dosage diminishment that are too low for pain relief, destroying millions of Intractable Pain Patients (IPP) lives, and being okay with the growing numbers of suicides due to despair of ever being pain free-these are not okay.

WAR ON PATIENTS AND DOCTORS

That is according to Jeff Singer MD a Senior Fellow of the Cato Institute and Josh Bloom PH.D., American Council on Science and Health, ” no comfort to the people who risked their lives to protect our freedom yet are driven to suicide by under-treated pain.”

All have concluded, ” It’s time to discard false narratives that drive opioid policy and embrace the evidence: our policy increases overdoses among non-medical drug users while it condemns patients to a life of pain and mental anguish. Patients deserve pain relief — especially those who chose to defend us.”

The “Once Hero,” Walter Clement is led to further ask;

  1. Where are all my rights?

2. Where is my justice to be free or manage my pain? 

3. What did we build America for, for the people, or for the ideological philosophies that pain management is a crime?

 I went to a doctor, yet he lost his license due to treating pain. I was stunned to find that many doctors are in prison because they treated and managing patients in pain.

Inside the System: a Chronic Pain Doctor Speaks

https://www.cpcs.support/the-pain-pod/2021/4/21/inside-the-system-a-chronic-pain-doctor-speaks

THE DASGUPTA, BELETSKY, CICCARONE PROTOCOLS

According to the paper published 2017 called Opioid Crisis: No Easy Fix to Its Social and Economic Determinants by scholars Nabarun Dasgupta PhD, MPH, Leo Beletsky JD, MPH, and Daniel Ciccarone MD, MPH

“The accepted wisdom about the US opioid crisis singles out opioid analgesics as causative agents of harm, with physicians as unwitting conduits and pharmaceutical companies as selfish promoters.1

Although invaluable for infection control, this vector model2 of drug-related harm ignores root causes. Eroding economic opportunity, evolving approaches to pain treatment,1,3 and limited drug treatment have fueled spikes in problematic substance use, of which opioid overdose is the most visible manifestation.

By ignoring the underlying drivers of drug consumption, current interventions are aggravating its trajectory. The structural and social determinants of health framework is widely understood to be critical in responding to public health challenges. Until we adopt this framework, we will continue to fail in our efforts to turn the tide of the opioid crisis.”

NOW FEEL MY PAIN

 As my tears fall where were all the people that could correct this matter. I can no longer carry my weapon. I can no longer take my wallet out of my pocket. I can no longer work out at the gym. I can no longer cook my food. I can no longer wash my back. I can barely dress myself. I can barely feed myself. My pain is so intense that part of my body I shutting down.

All of this is because of pain. No one seems to gives a damn about my pain and my suffering.  What I’m seeing are attempts to control what they think is criminal contempt, yet I am suffering.

I am hurting I am in chronic pain.

4. Where are the judges, where are the elected officials? 

I dare you, to stand up for the people to be free of pain. I dare you, to stand up for the doctors to treat people who are in pain. As I suffer, I see and feel that our elected officials have failed me.

NOW FEEL MY PAIN

MISS AMERICA, JOHANNESBURG SOUTH AFRICA

THEY WILL NEVER FEEL MY PAIN

FOR NOW, YOU ARE WITHIN

J COLE MISS AMERICA

THE NORMS

References:

1. Madras BK. The surge of opioid use, addiction, and overdoses: responsibility and response of the US health care system. JAMA Psychiatry. 2017;74(5):441–442. CrossrefMedlineGoogle Scholar

2. Dasgupta N, Kramer ED, Zalman MA, et al. Association between non-medical and prescriptive usage of opioids. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2006;82(2):135–142. CrossrefMedlineGoogle Scholar

3. Meldrum ML. The ongoing opioid prescription epidemic: historical context. Am J Public Health. 2016;106(8):1365–1366. LinkGoogle Scholar

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