East and West 2- Why I as a Sikh was Forced to Leave Australia - The Hidden Reasons - More than 30 Years of Research and Observations

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The Indian Community and particularly the Punjabi and Sikh Community advised me to write to Australian Department of Immigration that if I go back to India in 1991 my life would be spoiled as if of a refugee through political, social, economical and other problems as if threat to normal life and thus life in general, they all said as they wanted to support and help me to finish my studies that I could never finish, but at that time in 1991 I refused to write it to the Department honoring my country. However after 20 years of this kind of span, it seems that they were right as I returned in 1991 and now have some feelings similar to what they said. You may advice me about it what I should think and feel It is part 2 of East and West Part 1 - The Differences and Similarities (http://www.scribd.com/doc/13858709/East-an-West-Why-I-as-a-Sikh-was-Forced-to-Leave-Australia-without-Finishing-My-Higher-Studies-The-Hidden-Reasons-More-than-30-Years-of-Researc) at Scribd. This work relates to many sub-categories so I have put it into History rather than Health. Thanks!
       Part 1 of PART 2 of East and West  –  The Differences and Similarities We have greater need for health care services in many parts of the world, particularly in the developingcountries, where it is not well provided by the governments except in few cases. So, the private sectorplays an important role in it. If there is less attention paid at the governmental hospitals and health carecenters, the private sector is not only costly, but there is so much competition that one can go to anyextreme to win the gold medal as the best service provider. We discuss this great health concern in thisreview.The worst that happens in such cases is that these doctors usually join a penal that has higher authoritythan normal team of doctors. If it happens to be team of doctors from around the world, it is not just apenal, but a kind of NGO extension that can surpass even the governments. To join such national andinternal penal, one simply need to prove not the medical standards, but the social pathology, which onecan claim even without being a expert of the field on which the penal works. For example, the dentaldoctor can qualify to give the sociological aspects blended with psychology in general. It can includealmost all faculties of knowledge that can add to such medical works.This very thing has been warned as not to over trust or rely on others. Also being over suspicious isavoidable. However, many people in mental cases, who are schizophrenic or religious usually, havesuspicious nature and doubts. This very nature of suspicion and doubting is highly common amongcreative people, but in medical manipulations it can be proved as mental sickness.The doctors, who want medal does ignore the fact that people, who has strong faith lack confidence andthus cannot hide their doubts, fears, and thus suspicious nature as they use it for curiosity and creativeimagination for exploring the unknown, which is full of uncertainty and thus the fear of unknownremains present. It has great effect on the knowledge that gives confidence because without knowledgeone cannot be confident.The person or patient with faith has interest in the invisible and thus the unknown, the lack of knowledge about it keeps one fearful, suspicious, doubtful, curious, nervous, and all that can be as if akind of danger of unknown. However, it does not constitute enough evidence to prove that one iscynical and suspicious until one has less than required knowledge - a need of a kind of  affirmation thatit is not wrong to have different thoughts and opinions that are not accepted by the majority, but themanipulator can easily prove it in any way as mental problem or sickness.It does not mean that people do not have mental problems. There are 98% of us facing some kind of mental problems, and only 2% do not face as they are mad.We take an example of a case in which the mental health care is provided by the doctors, who are notrelated with this field, but try to prove as all rounder. It makes things so serious and complicated thatone does not become a patient, but a victim. The reason for is not lack of health services or medicines,but the irrelevant person trying to be sharp. For example, if a doctor is of dental health care (just anassumption as it can be from any specialization) and acts on behalf of psychiatrist for observations, allwill be based on the observations for the given case. Now, the dental doctor can make the medicalobservations in context of social pathology, in which the network and web-work is not medical   pathology, but social and thus we may assume it as social pathology.One of major drawback in social pathology, which relates to law and order is getting legal documentssigned by the person, patient or even the victims, including the ones, who receive funds and sign it asreceived, but never know anything about it - a crime, which one has not even imagined and thus animmoral act justified with false documentations and witnesses. Suppose anyone, who is a governmentor non-government employ in many cases tends, and perhaps attempts in some cases to get alldocuments signed without one's reading it.In my life, I have signed so many documents without reading just because I honor the authorities andthe officials that I usually feel that it is not at all ethical. On the other hand, with written or verbalpermission I have signed on behalf of say illiterate people or where I do not have to take anyadvantage. For example, we may sign if we want to deposit money in the bank, but it is totally wrongto sign to withdraw it.The officials in the developing countries seem to dislike if one asks to read the documents beforesigning. This so common that we notice it in many cases where the signs were not authentic as one hasnot even looked or read the official document including police, lawyer and medical statements, whichcan harm the entire life of an individual. It is another way of creating and producing the desireddocumentation, which are basically manipulated or tempered intentionally.Now, in such cases, as the doctor have more rights than the civilians and also patients. It can go to anyextreme. This thing is not detectable or traceable as the system does not allow such a minute analysis orscrutiny. It is thus simply an inquiry in which the doctor also acts as a lawyer because all doctors knowabout the right they have and thus the medical law. The statements given by the patients can beoverruled as if given in state of anger or psychological problem as is it is in the general law of thecountry.When all evidences are given by the people, who are healthy and fully aware and conscious, allwitnesses go in favor of the medical sector. All have one common fear, the evidence given against adoctor can be as fatal as if it is not a doctor, but someone, who can take revenge when thecircumstances change, and thus can harm the family of the patient cum victim. This threat is furtherprotected by the doctors by taking more rights from the governments. Thus, they become a kind of authority that has more rights than they deserve, but there can be no appeal against it. The reason issame, all of us need medical care and if the medical sector gets witnesses that prove that all hassomething hidden in the entire medical sector, the public or common people feel afraid of it.In my observations, I have noticed the doctors in many cases acting as if armed forces or military acts.The reason is very simple, the military or armed forces are needed for immediate action or operationand the doctors all do the same. They have to acts quickly as possible. It needs full freedom to act, thedefense system, which includes police also depend on what the doctors say. It makes the entire systemfull of many problems that has deep roots.The rivalry among the doctors in the private sector goes to extremes against one another. Theconspiracies that take place in the medical sector and trying to hide all proofs make it a civilian justicecourt in which the doctors may acts as lawyer, judge and healer simultaneously. This makes a doctornot just a healer but also gives the state of God, as when a life is saved one becomes a savior and thusclaims it. This very claim that one has simply tried to save a life has all that can put to grave. Thus itgraves the law and all civilian rights. The families of the dead person a patient cum victim also believes   that their family member is getting the best possible. The doctor can threat anyone in the name of disease and thus if not cured can bring death.No family wants death, so the family obeys all that is said by the doctor. It does not mean that thedoctors are wrong. All cannot be thief and all cannot be saints. We are simply discussing about theperson, who uses a mask. We are thus talking about the mask not about the person or in this case adoctor. How and why the medical and thus health care is involved in doing inhuman. For it, we canconsider the research reports given for better and transparent services in the best possible way as statedbelow by the  Transparency Organization  (it is helpful with my thanks to the  source ,as I am not verygood in English being my third language or at most second, ESL) : In addition to cases of bribery and corruption discussed in the sub-page on procurement of medicines(typically involving drugs and medical equipment manufacturers as the bribe payers and governmentofficials or hospital administrators as the recipients) there are other ways in which the pharmaceuticalsector might have a corrosive influence on the drugs and medical equipment market.One of the reasons why the sector is vulnerable to corruption is that it is heavily regulated. Heavilyregulation is essential to safeguard the population against sub-standard drugs and unfairly priced goods.But there is a second central reason why governments regulate the pharmaceutical market: to ensurethat industrial policies strengthen economic competitiveness of the pharmaceutical sector and improveinnovation and efficiency. These two objectives can sometimes lie at cross-purposes. If regulators aresubject to pressure from commercial groups, health objectives can be compromised. Generous politicalcampaign donations and lobbying expenditures by pharmaceutical companies are examples of suchpressures.The relationship between drugs companies and physicians is also vulnerable to corruption. Doctorsmay be offered commissions for prescribing a particular drug or a drug from a particular company.Because this practice is illegal in most countries, companies may employ underhand methods todisguise such kickbacks. The aggressive promotion of medicines, the sheer volume of information thatis received in its many forms by prescribers and the use of patient groups through which to generatedemand for prescription drugs, all contribute to the inappropriate prescription of medicines. In theUnited States some US$ 16 billion is spent annually by pharmaceutical, device and biotechnologyindustries on marketing to physicians.The issue of unethical pharmaceutical marketing practice has received a great deal of attention in recentyears, prompting many doctors associations, pharmaceutical industry associations and individualcorporations to engage with the issue. Many have passed codes of conduct and ethical guidelines forthe marketing of pharmaceuticals; but if not monitored and enforced, their impact will be limited.Another form of corruption threatening the pharmaceutical industry occurs during clinical trials.Doctors are often paid by pharmaceutical companies to recruit patients for clinical trials or sit onclinical trial boards while simultaneously on the pay role of the manufacturing company in question.Many research institutions and universities have institutional review boards or research ethicscommittees responsible for reporting procedures and policies regarding conflicts of interest. Problemsarise as to who will monitor the conflicts of interest and what, if any, sanction doctors will receive forfailing to disclose conflicts of interest. On a national level, oversight becomes even more problematic.Moreover, there is debate over whether disclosure is sufficient: should researchers be allowed toconduct research for companies in which they have a financial interest? Recommended Readings   Paul Komesaroff and Ian Kerridge, „Ethical issues concerning the relationships between medical
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