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Written by Jerry Hurtubise
Parkinsonian Democracy, a legal fiction, is heard in the United States District Court of Public Opinion, where Christian Cultura, a seasoned trial attorney, presents overwhelming evidence exposing the truth about how those diagnosed with Parkinson’s, more often than not, resist hearing the clarion call of how a steady diet of vigorous aerobic exercise and good foods for the brain are the critical links in helping to slow down the progress of this particular brain disease which seems to be escalating out of control.
Chalking this state of affairs up to being part and parcel of how the human condition is currently evolving, Mr. Cultura attempts to prove with incontrovertible scientific evidence, directional change is possible by using the competing part of the brain most able to process rational thought, rather than insisting on using parts which have evolved for other important purposes.
So then, until there is a cure, Mr. Cultura invites all who have been diagnosed, to find a safe harbor in a Parkinsonian Democracy, where each individual, assuming certain conditions are met, will enjoy the right to move freely, as best they can, for as long as they shall live.