It is no secret that the pharmaceutical industry takes advantage of the American people and our laws in order to make obscene profits. “Big Pharma” spends 19 times more money advertising drugs to the public than researching and developing new drugs, and heavily invests in influencing doctors, and lobbying Congress.
In recent years, American parents have been backed into a corner regarding the inoculation of our future. Whether you are pro-vaccination or not, the truth lies in the chemicals that preserve the injections. Do vaccinations ultimately contain neurotoxic agents that could potentially cause irrefutable damage to the adolescent central nervous system?
In April 1953, the C.I.A. began practicing the drugging of unwitting American citizens under project MK-Ultra. According to those involved, MK-Ultra has ceased. But are prescription medications still being used to control the mind? You be the judge.
Did you know that nearly 20 percent of corporate crime is being committed by companies that make products for your health?
Sad but true, no less than 19 pharmaceutical companies made AllBusiness.com’s Top 100 Corporate Criminals List for the 1990s, and the trend has continued if not increased into the 21st Century.
On June 24, 2013, the US Supreme court ruled that generic pharmaceuticals, something that more than 80% of American’s on prescription drugs take daily, are now exempt from lawsuits.
Researchers find that nearly 70 percent of Americans are on at least one prescription drug, and more than half receive at least two prescriptions.
The drug industry would surely fund the FDA the 94% of funds, or nearly $770 million in order to keep the smoke and mirrors show going, but isn’t that a conflict of interest?
The FDA failed to address compromised lab tests suggesting generic drugs are more similar to name-brands than they really are.
In the past few months, the perennial controversy over psychiatric drug use has been growing considerably more heated. A January study showed a negligible difference between antidepressants and placebos in treating all but the severest cases of depression.
In a world where creativity is deemed a “mental illness” by scientists, is it any wonder that a large portion of the population is on medications for some type of ‘mental illness’? The old fashioned psychiatrist’s writing pad for taking notes during talk therapy has been replaced by the prescription pad, granting the population with dangerous psychotropic drugs instead of simple talk therapy.
The chemical additive aspartame is very potentially a cancer and brain tumor-causing substance that has no place in our food. The reasons and means by which Rumsfeld helped get it approved are nefarious at best, criminal at worst.
Big pharma has been putting pharmaceuticals in water across the nation for years. According to MSNBC, the presence of pharmaceuticals in water at sewage treatment plants downstream from drug manufacturing facilities are much higher than the levels at plants where there are no drug makers upstream.
It is now confirmed that ‘Batman’ shooter James Holmes was on the prescription psychiatric drugs Zoloft and Klonopin.
Professor Kirsh provided a documented conclusion that pharmaceutical anti-depressants don’t work for mild to moderately depressed patients. What’s more, a placebo is almost always nearly as effective – without the side-effects.