• Big Pharma and Organized Crime — They Are More Similar Than You May Think

    Article by Carolanne Wright

    © David Dees

    Don't think the picture is not nearly so grim over here. Nope. Big Pharma in France may be proportionally as powerful as in America. It's time to stop slamming religious fanaticism when personally addicted to the omnipotence of the medical hooker and her chemist pimp. No need to get your daily fix of heroin at the end of a dark alley or smoke crack in the toilets of some shabby bar to be a junkie. That's a fact, unfortunately. However, in most cases (but not always), it's still possible to backtrack. I am living proof of that. But you don't have to take my word for granted. Try to detox progressively, adopt a healthy lifestyle, and get informed about natural solutions while still available. There are some good non-corrupt (though hard to find) practitioners who may help you there.

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    It is scary how many similarities there are between this [pharmaceutical] industry and the mob. The mob makes obscene amounts of money, as does this industry. The side effects of organized crime are killings and deaths, and the side effects are the same in this industry. The mob bribes politicians and others, and so does the drug industry …

    ~ Former Vice-President of Pfizer pharmaceuticals

    If you believe pharmaceutical corporations hold the health of the general public in high regard, it’s time to reconsider. The industry is filled with examples of wrongful death, extortion, fraud, corruption, obstruction of justice, embezzlement, fake journals, harassment and hit lists that would make even the most hardened Mafia godfather blush. Big Pharma has been fined billions by the U.S. Department of Justice, but these enormous fines don’t curb the corruption, it’s just looked upon as “the cost of doing business,” similar to paying the utilities.

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