(Medicated Psycho Yanks)
U.S. Pill-Pushing Pharmaceutical Attempted Conquest
- To Pander,
Peddle Toxic Pills To The Zealand Population
In The Year 2525)
" In the year 2525, if man is still alive,
if woman can survive,
the year 3535 ain't gonna need
to tell the truth, tell no lie,
you think, do and say, is
in the pill you took today
-- Song: 'In The Year 2525'
Artists: Zager and Evans
Three (3) Stories Below:
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THE U.S.A. FOR PSYCHOTROPIC PILLS & NEW ZEALAND
BIG PHARMA PUSHES DRUG TO 'CURE RACISM'
NEW STUDY: 85% OF BIG PHARMA'S DRUGS ARE
AND POSE HEALTH
RISKS TO USERS
Drug: XARELTO (Rivaroxaban)
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PUSHED BY U.S. PILL MAKERS
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AND POLLUTING OUR WATERWAYS
AND KILLING OFF THE OCEAN LIFE
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2. BIG PHARMA
PUSHES DRUG TO 'CURE RACISM'
Medical establishment seeks to chemically castrate
Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, March 15, 2012
As part of the headlong rush towards a Brave New World society, the
establishment is feverishly pushing pharmaceutical drugs that chemically
castrate an individual’s ‘aberrant thoughts’, with the latest proposal
claiming that people can be given a drug to “cure” racism.
A study conducted by Oxford University experimental psychologist Dr Sylvia
Terbeck into the heart disease drug Propranolol, published in the journal
Psychopharmacology, found that the drug “may have the unusual side-effect
“Volunteers given the beta-blocker, used to treat chest pains and lower
heart rates, scored lower on a standard psychological test of “implicit”
racist attitudes,” reports the Telegraph. “They appeared to be less
prejudiced at a subconscious level than another group treated with a
The test subjects were shown images of people of different races along with
positive and negative words. They were also asked to rate how “warm”
feelings were to different groups. Results showed that participants on the
drug were more likely to be “biased towards being non-racist at a
subconscious level” compared to those taking the placebo.
“Such research raises the tantalising possibility that our unconscious
racial attitudes could be modulated using drugs, a possibility that requires
careful ethical analysis,” said Co-author Professor Julian Savulescu, from
Oxford University’s Faculty of Philosophy.
By arguing that the widespread use of antidepressants like Prozac has
established the ethical foundation of using drugs to alter thought patterns
and behavior, scientists contend that “manipulating morals” through
“pharmacologically-induced altruism” should also be acceptable.
And they’re right – it is acceptable – but only if you wish to create
society along the lines of Aldous Huxley’s fictional scientific
in his 1932 dystopian novel Brave New World. In the book, the consumption of
the drug soma is universally endorsed by the ‘World State’ in order to
destroy individuality, which is frowned upon as a mental illness, and
eliminate the need for personal allegiances to religion or anything beyond
the state itself.
Drugging people to “cure” their racism would also empower the
to define what ideological or political thoughts are aberrant and dangerous.
Of course, slavish devotion to the authorities would not be one of them.
“It is scary to think that it is considered morally obnoxious to call
someone a derogatory name, but absolutely fine to drug people into complying
with a political ideology. What ever happened to ‘I disagree with you
opinion but I’d defend to the death your right to say it’?” writes D
As we highlighted earlier this week, it’s not just the pharmaceutical
establishment pushing for this, top professors at major universities are
also big advocates.
New York University bioethics professor S. Matthew Liao wrote a paper in
which he promoted the use of pharmacological drugs to make people more
environmentally sensitive so that they would be more likely to donate money
to ‘climate change’ organizations like Oxfam. Liao said he had already
received enthusiastic support for the idea from a major pharmaceutical
Although the more spiritually enlightened would argue that racism is a relic
of humanity’s brutal past, it cannot be argued that before the influence
modern society, racism was merely defined as tribalism and was practiced
globally as an innate survival mechanism.
To characterize racism as a mental illness that has to be targeted with
pharmaceutical drugs would grease the skids for all manner of natural
behaviors to be re-defined as aberrant. Indeed, we are already seeing
attempts to define distrust of authority as a mental disease with the
increasing prominence of “oppositional defiant disorder”.
Mandating that ‘thought crimes’ like racism be medicated out of
represents the slippery slope towards the kind of scientific dictatorship
beyond Aldous Huxley’s worst nightmares.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the
author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The
Alex Jones Show and Infowars Nightly News.
3. NEW STUDY: 85% OF BIG PHARMA'S DRUGS ARE
HEALTH RISKS TO USERS
S. L. Baker
Aug 18, 2010
For years, natural health proponents have been sounding the alarm about the
dangers of new drugs being pushed on consumers. But is that a one-sided,
inaccurate view? Not at all. In fact, new research now shows the problems
with Big Pharma’s hugely hyped medications are far worse than most people
have even dreamed. Independent reviewers found that about 85 percent of new
drugs offer few if any new benefits — but they carry the risk of causing
serious harm to users.
According to Donald Light, Ph.D., a professor of comparative health policy
at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey who authored the
study, the pharmaceutical industry is a “market for lemons” and Big
spends a fortune to sell those lemons to the public.
“Sometimes drug companies hide or downplay information about serious side
effects of new drugs and overstate the drugs’ benefits,” Dr. Light, who
presented his findings on August 17 in Atlanta at the 105th Annual Meeting
of the American Sociological Association, said in a press statement.
they spend two to three times more on marketing than on research to persuade
doctors to prescribe these new drugs. Doctors may get misleading information
and then misinform patients about the risks of a new drug. It’s really a
two-tier market for lemons.”
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Dr. Light’s paper, Pharmaceuticals: A Two-Tier Market for Producing
and Serious Harm, is an institutional analysis of the pharmaceutical
industry and how it works. He based his conclusions on a wide range of data
from independent sources and studies, including the Canadian Patented
Medicine Prices Review Board, the Food and Drug Administration, and
Prescrire International (a French language journal which publishes extensive
research on pharmacology, toxicology and pharmaceutics ). Much of research
for the study was conducted for a forthcoming book Dr. Light edited, The
Risk of Prescription Drugs, which is slated for publication this fall by
Columbia University Press.
In both his paper and his book, Dr. Light emphasizes what he dubs the
Proliferation Syndrome”, which refers to the way Big Pharma has grossly
maximized the number of people exposed to new drugs with relatively low
effectiveness but a heightened risk of adverse and often severe side
effects. The pharmaceutical giants have accomplished this by failing to put
each new medication on the market using a controlled, limited launch which
would allow evidence to be gathered about the drug’s effects, positive and
negative. Instead, Big Pharma builds hugely hyped drug launches based on
clinical trials that were designed in the first place to minimize evidence
of harm and are published in the medical literature to only emphasize a
Pharmaceutical companies spend millions of dollars on massive campaigns to
sell a new prescription med, recruiting leading doctors to use the drug for
conditions other than those for which it is approved, Dr. Light revealed. By
promoting such off-label or unapproved uses, Big Pharma goes after even more
sales and physicians inadvertently become what Dr. Light calls “double
agents” — they work to push sales of the new drug while they are
be stewards of their patients’ well-being.
And what happens when patients complain that the drug is making them sicker
and/or producing side effects? Studies show their doctors usually just
discount or dismiss these complaints, Dr. Light said.
According to the new study, the big drug companies are successful in getting
away with selling their “lemon” drugs because of three main reasons: Big
Pharma is in charge of testing their own new drugs; the pharmaceutical
companies have invested millions in building “firewalls” of legal
to hide information about a drug’s dangers or lack of effectiveness; and
bar for drug efficacy is set fairly low to make it easier for Big Pharma to
get a new drug approved.
Dr. Light pointed out that despite the extensive requirements for testing
the efficacy and safety of each new medication, drug companies use a
strategy of “swamping the regulator” with large numbers of incomplete,
partial, and substandard clinical trials. For instance, in one study of 111
final applications for approval, 42% lacked adequately randomized trials,
40% had flawed testing of dosages, 39% lacked evidence of clinical efficacy,
and 49% raised concerns about serious adverse side effects.
“The result is that drugs get approved without anyone being able to know
effective they really are or how much serious harm they will cause,” he
said. “The companies control the making of scientific knowledge and then
control which findings will go to the FDA or be published.”
As Mike Adams recently reported in NaturalNews, statin drugs are a prime
example of the Big Pharma push to market drugs as safe and effective while
glossing over the fact they often harm far more people than they help — in
the case of statins, causing everything from liver damage, acute kidney
failure, and extreme muscle weakness to cataracts
In the year 2525, if man is still alive,
woman can survive, they may find
In the year 3535 ain't
gonna need to tell the truth, tell no lie
everything you think, do and say
in the pill you took today
In the year 4545 You
ain't gonna need your teeth, won't need your eyes
you won't find a thing to chew, nobody's
gonna look at you
In the year 5555 Your
arms hangin' limp at your sides
legs got nothin'
machine's doin' that for you
In the year 6565 You
won't need no husband, won't need no wife
you'll pick your son, pick your daughter too. from
the bottom of a long glass tube
In the year 7510 If
God's a-coming, He oughta make it by then
maybe He'll look around Himself and say"Guess
it's time for the Judgement Day"
In the year 8510 God
is gonna shake His mighty head
He'll either say, "I'm pleased where man has been"
or tear it down, and start again
In the year 9595 I'm
kinda wonderin' if man is gonna be alive
He's taken everything this old earth can give, and
he ain't put back nothing
Now it's been ten
thousand years, man has cried a billion tears
For what, he never knew, now man's reign is through
But through eternal night, the
twinkling of starlight, so
very far away,
maybe it's only yesterday "
-- Song: 'In The Year 2525'
Artist: Zager and Evans