|09-03-2009, 08:38 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2007
Location: Philadelphia, PA, USA
The Government Fines You as a Punishment for Doing Bad Things
For example if you urinate in public, you could be fined for $50. The biggest drug company, Pfizer, was fined by the U.S. government for over 2 billion dollars!
I have said this before. Drug companies are in business to make money, not help people. Now this would have never happened to Pfizer in 1977 to 1979. Why? Well do not expect Wikipedia to help you with this. If you look at the bio of George Bush Sr., they do not mention what he did during those years.
The CIA is the best at subterfuge:
1 : deception by artifice or stratagem in order to conceal, escape, or evade
2 : a deceptive device or stratagem
After Bush was the director of the CIA, he became VP of the country. But between that time, he was the president of the drug companies Pfizer and Lily. Now who do you think is going to mess with the former director of the CIA and expect to live to tell about it?
Then the economy was doing bad after years under Bush. Then Clinton turned it around and created a good economy. Then Bush Jr... well you know the rest. So if you think that drugs are good for you just remember conceal, escape, or evade.
The con man does not force the con on anyone. They have to choose it. All those people who took Vioxx and died, it was their decision to take that drug to manage pain. There is that saying in Latin. Caveat emptor is Latin for "Let the buyer beware."
I have the 600+ page book, Natural Hygiene: The Pristine Way of Life by Dr Shelton D.C., N.D. Now I can tell you now what 300 pages of that book teaches. Throughout this book, this guy takes 300 pages to teach or unteach one thing. Is he nuts?
Does it take 300 pages (half of the whole book) to teach one thing? Well he talks about iatragenic diseases but you never hear of them (diseases caused by medications). He is a great writer but the message is that medications are poisons and if you take them you are dumber than a zebra playing with lions. But here are 2 paragraphs (fair use of copyright law) of the those 300 pages:
"Poisons kill; that is their nature. This is known to all. To say that a substance is poisonous is not to awaken a recognition that it has as one of its essential properties, one that preserves health and life or that restores health to the sick. The contrary thought is immediately aroused. We associate with poison the idea of destruction--of disease and death. Naturally, then, in considering arrangements which preserve life, no informed man can include a giver of drugs. It is conceivable, to return to an ancient conception, that the drug system is the creation of the Angel of Death. He must 'grin horrible a ghastly smile' every time he watches the physician and nurse at the bedside of the sick."
Definition of nostrum [1. a medicine sold with false or exaggerated claims and with no demonstrable value; quack medicine.
2. a scheme, theory, device, etc., esp. one to remedy social or political ills; panacea.
3. a medicine made by the person who recommends it.
4. a patent medicine.]
"What a list of nostrums the physician has at his command! What a library of books a man must study to understand such a dealing out of poisons! Equipped with a pharmacopeia filled with nostrums and with a lot of unmeaning, incomprehensible jargon, with mystery as black as night, the physician goes forth on his mission of mayhem and murder secure in the knowledge that he has the law, custom, popular credulity and general ignorance all on his side. He even dares to flaunt the evidence of the crippling and lethal effects of his drugs in the public print, knowing that he is not going to be called to account by a credulous people nor by the authorities who have connived with him to give him a monopoly of the care of the sick."
Here is what he says as far as what vaccines address: "There is not the slightest room to doubt that the frightful mortality from the "Black Death," "yellow fever," "sinking typhus," "congestive chills," smallpox, typhoid fever and pneumonia was due almost wholly to the poisoning, stimulating, narcotizing, bleeding, blistering, cauterizing, leeching, mercurializing, purging and antimonial practices of the times. The more heroic the drugging in all epidemics, the higher has been the death rate and the more malignant the disease. Even measles and scarlet fever were malignant under such treatment."
He says that death was rare when people with these diseases were treated the right way that allows the body to heal itself. Note that in the late 1800s the most popular treatment of MDs was bleeding or bloodletting that killed millions of people.
|09-03-2009, 10:41 AM||#4 (permalink)|
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