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Today’s “health views” are that it’s impossible for individuals to have a healty life, unless they use products and interventions such as: drugs, surgery, vaccines, etc.

Modern health tells us that we are incomplete and broken and we need to be enhanced bio-technically.

The mantra of modern medicine: “A pill for an ill”.

Health industry is today one of the most profitable businesses in the world.
And where’s big money, big corruption is always present.

Disease = dis-ease = out of balance


Human beings are not biologically dependent on pharmaceutical products for survival.
Pharmaceutical companies are financially dependent on human beings for survival.
– Anon

Birds born in a cage think flying is an illness.
People that never experienced total health think their sickness is what health is.

Medical science has made such tremendous progress that there is hardly a healthy human left.
– Aldous Huxley

Modern Medicine can’t survive without our faith, because Modern Medicine is neither an art or a science… It’s a religion.
– Robert S. Mendelsohn, M.D., Confessions Of A Medical Heretic

… the greatest danger to your health is the doctor who practices Modern Medicine. I believe that Modern Medicine’s treatments for disease are seldom effective, and that they’re often more dangerous than the diseases they’re designed to treat…
I believe that more than 90% of Modern Medicine could disappear from the face of the earth-doctors, hospital, drugs, and equipment-and the effect on our health would be immediate and beneficial.
– Robert S. Mendelsohn, M.D., Confessions Of A Medical Heretic

It is scary how many similarities there are between the pharmaceutical industry and the mob.
– Peter Rost

It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.
– J. Krishnamurti

Human sickness is so severe that few can bear to look at it…but those who do will, become well.
– Vernon Howard

Isn’t it a bit unnerving that doctors call what they do “practice”?
– George Carlin

The health of citizens is a commodity which is bought and sold.
– François Mitterand Former President of France

It’s not in the mainstream media yet, but the biggest jump in skin cancer has occurred since the advent of sunscreens. That kind of thing makes me happy. The fact that people, in pursuit of a superficial look of health, give themselves a fatal disease. I love it when ‘reasoning’ human beings think they have figured out how to beat something and it comes right back and kicks them in the nuts. God bless the law of unintended consequences. And the irony is impressive: Healthy people, trying to look healthier, make themselves sick. Good!
– George Carlin (Brain Droppings)

The first step is to give up the illusion that the primary purpose of modern medical research is to improve American’s health most effectively and efficiently.
In our opinion, the primary purpose of commercially funded clinical research is to maximize financial return on investment, not health.
– John Abramson, MD, Harvard Medical School
If your doctor prescribes you medication without first asking you at least about:

  • your diet

  • your water consumption

  • your sleep

  • your exercise routine

  • the stress in your life

Then you don’t have a doctor, you have a drug dealer.


Doctors should publicly display their sponsors Cures are secret Meet Dr. Baffled


Time to assume that health research is fraudulent until proven otherwise?

Health research is based on trust. Health professionals and journal editors reading the results of a clinical trial assume that the trial happened and that the results were honestly reported.
But about 20% of the time, they would be wrong. Very few of these papers are retracted.
We have now reached a point where those doing systematic reviews must start by assuming that a study is fraudulent until they can have some evidence to the contrary.
Everybody gains from the publication game, concluded Roberts, apart from the patients who suffer from being given treatments based on fraudulent data.
“As long as the incentives are perverse and there are no adults in the room, this will be the norm”

Pfizer is a multi-time convicted felon

Pfizer was forced to pay out 75 million $$$ in fines for killing Nigerian children during an unauthorized test of a meningitis drug

Secret report surfaces showing that Pfizer was at fault in Nigerian drug tests
Published 2006 May 27
A secret Nigerian government report concluded that the drug manufacturer Pfizer undertook an “illegal trial of an unregistered drug” when the company enrolled nearly 100 Nigerian children with meningitis in a trial testing its antibiotic trovafloxacin (Trovan) against ceftriaxone during a 1996 meningitis epidemic.

Pfizer bribed nigerian officials in fatal drug trial, ex-employee claims
By Jim Edwards, Updated on: February 10, 2011
A former Pfizer (PFE) employee’s letter to a federal judge alleging that the company put a courier on a KLM flight to Nigeria carrying bribes for local officials is a classic example of how hard it is to get away with corporate skullduggery: The letter cites 40 Pfizer executives, FDA officials and other witnesses who allegedly have inside knowledge of the scandal – not very secret for a secret conspiracy.

Pfizer to pay $2.3 billion, agrees to criminal plea
By Ransdell Pierson, Jeremy Pelofsky, posted Sept 2, 2009
Pfizer Inc agreed on Wednesday to plead guilty to a U.S. criminal charge relating to promotion of its now-withdrawn Bextra pain medicine and will pay a record $2.3 billion to settle allegations it improperly marketed 13 medicines.

Johnson & Johnson is a multi-time convicted felon

Johnson & Johnson to pay $5bn in landmark $26bn US opioid settlement
Posted Wed 21 Jul 2021
Group of US states attorneys general unveil settlement including three largest US drug distributors and Johnson & Johnson
Under the settlement proposal, the 3 largest US drug distributors, McKesson Corp, Cardinal Health Inc and AmerisourceBergen Corp, are expected to pay a combined $21bn, while drugmaker Johnson & Johnson (J&J), which manufactures opioids, would pay $5bn.
The deal was the second-largest cash settlement ever, trailing only the $246bn tobacco agreement in 1998.

The making of an opioid epidemic
When high doses of painkillers led to widespread addiction, it was called one of the biggest mistakes in modern medicine
But this was no accident. By Chris McGreal

F. HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE and BASF agree to pay RECORD CRIMINAL FINES for participating in international vitamin cartel

Swiss executive agrees to plead guilty and serve U.S. jail time
Thursday, May 20, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. - A Swiss pharmaceutical giant, F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd today agreed to plead guilty and pay a record $500 million criminal fine for leading a worldwide conspiracy to raise and fix prices and allocate market shares for certain vitamins sold in the United States and elsewhere, the Department of Justice announced.
A German firm, BASF Aktiengesellschaft, also will plead guilty and pay a $225 million fine for its role in the same antitrust conspiracy, the Department said.
The conspiracy lasted from January 1990 into February 1999 and affected the vitamins most commonly used as nutritional supplements or to enrich human food and animal feed – vitamins A, B2, B5, C, E, and Beta Carotene. Vitamin premixes, which are used to enrich breakfast cereals and numerous other processed foods were also affected by the conspiracy, the Department said.

15 Years later, where did all the cigarette money go?
Posted October 13, 2013
So far, the tobacco industry has paid more than $100 billion to state governments as part of a settlement. While smoking is down among young people and even adults in some areas, it’s still unclear where all that money has gone.
15 years after tobacco companies agreed to pay billions of dollars in fines in what is still the largest civil litigation settlement in U.S. history, it’s unclear how state governments are using much of that money.
The settlement left the tobacco industry immune from future state and federal suits, but the agreement said nothing about how states had to spend the money.

Hospitals lift curtain on prices, revealing giant swings in pricing by procedure

The eye-popping variations just demonstrate “the total insanity of American healthcare pricing” Niall Brennan, CEO of the payer-backed Health Care Cost Institute, said
The price to replace a hip or knee in the U.S. can vary dramatically, even within a single hospital, new data show
At a Sutter hospital in San Francisco, a procedure can range from $22,865 to $101,571. It all depends on the patient’s insurer.
In New York, a hip or knee replacement price may be anywhere between $14,202 to $45,387 at New York Health + Hospitals Elmhurst location in Queens
At University of Florida Health Shands in Gainesville, price ranges from $8,114 to $66,734

Statins, the most sold drugs in the world, are based on incomplete research

Published 2022-08-06 21:31
The famous American epidemiologist Ancel Keys published a paper about cholesterol from animal fat. Nowadays, it is a reluctantly accepted fact that this paper was based on research fraud. However, in the 1960s, he received support from the American Heart Association (AHA). This led us to believe that too much cholesterol in the blood is the cause of a sharply increasing number of myocardial infarctions. Other consequences:

All studies published since the research fraud of Ancel Keys have been focused on cholesterol as the risk and the cause of plaque buildup on the inside of the arteries. So far, there are no published studies stating a damaged inside surface of the arteries as a possible cause of plaque buildup. There is no doubt that arterial plaque contains a lot of cholesterol. But does that automatically mean that cholesterol is the cause of plaque? At least, this seems to be the consensus. Nobody questioned it!

The knowledge system underpinning healthcare is not fit for purpose and must change

The medical literature is biased and inundated with poor quality trials. Ian Roberts and colleagues explain how these problems affect systematic reviews and how they might be overcome:

When beauty is but skin deep: dealing with problematic studies in systematic reviews