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The M.E. Illness and the patient....

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Submitted by Duncan Druhl (Canada), Jan 25, 2014 at 18:45

However, sir, while the effect of the M.E.'s insane behaviour on humanity is dire, the cash flow to the bankers and the merchants of death has never been better. Further, the less mentally stable employee sector has found employers for all willing to kill. So, this inhumanity personified will be encouraged to continue as long as the money flows.

Yes, that may be cynical in extremis, but I suspect the characterisation is accurate for the approximate name of the momentum carrying this insanity forward.

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