The Veterans Adminstration's 'Culture of Dishonesty' aims to discourage and defeat veterans. The plan is “Delay, deny, hope you die." There are many reported cases of the “Delay, deny, hope you die” tactic, with unbelievable suffering by veterans. The death of veterans is desired by the VA because all claims for compensation are dismissed upon his or her death, regardless of the pain and suffering involved and whether or not the death is caused by the VA.
The Culture of Dishonesty is learned at the VA by young inexperienced “doctors.”
Horrible life taking or life threatening mistakes made by these inexperienced “doctors” are covered up with cooperation by all in the “care team.” There is a failure to report such errors as required, thus the VA's inexperienced “doctors” do not learn from all the previous horrible life taking and endangering mistakes made by others. Mistakes are covered up and not properly reported as required. The one making the mistake may learn to “don’t do that again” but others can’t learn from the mistake because they have no way of knowing of the matter.
It is sad, paranoid and childish to risk many veterans’ health and lives in experimentation profiting only one “running scared doctor” at a time. VA management is aware of and supports this cover-up activity. The 'Culture of Dishonesty' dominates! The new "doctors" get their training in dishonesty at the VA at government expense experimenting with veterans' health and lives. Why not be dishonest? Dishonesty is honored at the top levels of the Veterans Administration as courageously pointed out by Rep. Filner, to whom we owe thanks and support.
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