by S.D. Wells
History of Medicine Fact #30
Recent history definitely won't go down in the elementary or high school history books the way it really "went down," but as some of the best "continuing" education is trending towards on-line research, certain truths are finding a way of shining through all the muck.
George W. Bush had a circle of
advisors who lead an onslaught of food and medicine industry
deregulation which left the American public diseased and dying from
several new faceless poisons that won't be going away any time soon.
Most of the sugar industry and "sweet product" manufacturers received Government subsidies to use this "super sugar" syrup in their products, which lowered production costs by more than half.
Consumers gobbled it up as if it were
the same natural cane sugar which had been used previously. The big
health destruction surprise didn't take too long to rear its ugly
head, and subsequently, the cancer and diabetes numbers skyrocketed.
The popular documentary "King Corn" revealed to an unsuspecting country and world that half of the corn grown in the U.S. is used for animal feed. Ever wonder why they use so many antibiotics on corporate farm animals?
If you eat non-organic meat, you're
eating animals which most likely
died with infections.
When Reagan won the Presidency in 1980 and was inaugurated, he immediately fired the head of the FDA and put in his "own guy," who came recommended highly by Donald Rumsfeld, former C.E.O. of Searle Pharmaceutical.
You probably won't have to guess what was legal just days later - Aspartame!
Then Sucralose and Sorbitol followed
suit, and here we are, suffering from IBS, central nervous system
disorders, migraine headaches and depression, and the prescription
drugs to treat these ailments have side effects ten times as
serious, and they're all marketed by you know who. Can you say stock
discovered by accident in 1965 by a chemist named James Schlatter,
who was working for none other than
That's a lot of side effects for a FOOD
This synthetic monster Aspartame is one
of the leading health criminals in the surge of prescription
medication sales and profits in the United States of America.
The CEO's of these companies rank in the
top 50 highest-paid persons in the country, averaging $15 billion a
year, with up to five times that figure in stock options. Think
about that for a minute. Who's profiting off your sickness?
But then, after figuring out Rumsfeld
was a complete hack, eight retired Generals and Admirals called for
Rumsfeld to resign in early 2006, in what was called the "Generals
Revolt," accusing him of "abysmal" military planning and lack of
Over 100,000 U.S. soldiers remain on antidepressants and sedatives today, and Rumsfeld and his sidekicks are billionaires.
wars in the Middle East are a modern day
version of Vietnam, with soldiers being haphazardly dropped in the
grinder and coming out suicidal, legless, or dead. Analysts and
experts maintain that the duration of the wars in Iraq and
Afghanistan are having a detrimental effect on the nation's military
In August 2002, Pharmacia completed the spin-off of its agricultural subsidiary, Monsanto Company.
Pfizer and Pharmacia Corporations began operating as a unified company in 2003, forging the world's most powerful toxic-medicine-creating and distributing giant ever.
...were like a tri-fecta team of mobsters, delving into medical and health corruption from A to Z.
Do the research and the math yourself.
Those documentaries are just the tip of
This toxic reign of terror was enough to
drive up disease statistics for all four "American Diseases" to new
heights - cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer's and heart disease, feeding
the "Toxic food and chronic care" scheme eight years of massive