Category Archives: In the Money

Greed does not heal – it kills.

The Toxic Herbicide Industry — Guilty of Causing Cancer — Is Seeking LEGAL IMMUNITY Across the United States

The toxic herbicide industry, which continues to blast out carcinogens like glyphosate and atrazine, is seeking legal immunity across the United States. In a last-ditch effort to ward off multi-billion-dollar legal challenges, companies like Bayer and Syngenta are approaching legislators across the country and pushing them to pass legislation that would give their companies legal immunity against the lawsuits. In other words, these multinational corporations seek to harm people with impunity and operate above the law. If these bills pass, these corporations will NOT> be held accountable for the damages imposed by their products. Continue reading

Doctor Intentionally Diagnosed Healthy People With Cancer to Make Money

Lessons to be learned – BEWARE!

Everyone knows someone who has experienced the terrible disease that is cancer. It’s an unfortunate reality, but it’s one wherein we must live. What can make cancer so much worse is the aggressive, life-altering treatments that often follow, like radiation and chemotherapy.

While some cancer treatments are becoming more advanced, less aggressive, and not as invasive, we put an immense amount of faith in doctors to guide us in the right direction. So, what happens when individuals considered top, world-renowned doctors break that trust and weaken that faith?

That is exactly what happens to hundreds of patients when one doctor’s lies came unhinged and uncovered for the world to see in 2013.

An oncologist in Michigan by the name of Dr. Farid Fata operated numerous upscale clinics in Detroit-area suburbs. In 2013, however, he was accused of and arrested for giving cancer treatment drugs to patients who did not need them, some of whom did not even have cancer. Continue reading

Develop a Natural Cancer Treatment…GO TO JAIL

There are two major reasons we don’t have a cure for cancer. Why despite a 40 55 (Ed.) year old “war” on the disease survival rates haven’t increased one bit. The governmental meddling of the National Institutes of Health and The National Cancer Institute along with the FDA have made it difficult, if not impossible, for doctors with breakthrough cancer therapies to bring their healing discoveries to those who need them. The orthodox medical establishment is hell-bent on destroying anyone who dares to challenge the status quo on cancer treatment.

Even though we have lost the war on cancer, we continue to use and promote the very methods that don’t work while banishing those who try non-pharmaceutical modalities to the scrap heap of healing. Continue reading

WATCH: Pfizer’s Moral Rot on Display in Cringe Super Bowl Ad

The Poison is in MORE than just the Needle!

The Super Bowl commercial breaks were — I am told, having been spared from American advertising given my residence overseas — replete with cancerous cringe.

Pfizer’s spot was no exception.

Stat News (emphasis added):

Super Bowl ads are a show within the show, an opportunity for brands and advertising creatives to put their work in front of more than 100 million viewers. And while the occasion is most closely associated with ads for beer, cars, and soft drinks, pharma giant Pfizer dished out millions of dollars for its own message: “Here’s to science”. Continue reading

New Jersey Schoolchildren Offered Cash Prizes for Pushing Big Pharma Vaccines

Group of school children wearing face masks in education center during Covid-19 pandemic.

The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) has come up with a new ploy to generate more interest in childhood vaccines: a contest for children called “Protect Me With 3+.”

According to reports, the campaign is aimed at young children and teenagers to indoctrinate them into the “benefits” of vaccines. Using posters and videos, Protect Me With 3+ is all about “educating New Jersey communities,” the NJDOH says, about why everyone needs to get injected with vaccines. Continue reading

Pfizer, Big Drugmakers Expected to Hike Prices on at Least 500 Drugs in January

Drugmakers including Pfizer, Sanofi and Takeda Pharmaceutical plan to raise prices in the US on more than 500 drugs in early January, according to data analyzed by healthcare research firm 3 Axis Advisors.

Excluding different doses and formulations, more than 140 brands of drugs will have their prices raised next month, the data showed.

The expected price hikes come as the pharmaceutical industry gears up for the Biden Administration to publish significantly discounted prices for 10 high-cost drugs in September, and continues to contend with higher inflation and manufacturing costs. Continue reading

Insanity from the Medical Profession: Chandler, Arizona Woman Wins $31.5M in Banner Suit

Krystal and Greyson Griepentrog were awarded the largest amount in Arizona medical malpractice history, about $31.5 million as a result of their lawsuit against Banner Health.~ (Dordick Law Corporation)

Chandler resident Krystal Griepentrog had waited nine years for Banner Health to be held accountable for what happened to her son during childbirth.

When the deciding moment came, she would have to wait some more.

Last month, a jury found in favor Griepentrog and gave her the largest medical malpractice award in Arizona history: $31,550,825.

“I was watching the video,” attorney Brian Snyder recalled. “I remember sitting there, when the jury foreperson handed it to the clerk, who hands it to the judge. He reads it, then he hands it to the clerk to read the verdict.

“She paused for so long. I remember sitting there in the courtroom, how long it was. But watching it over again, it was even longer. I got nervous a second time – and I knew what happened.”

Snyder and his colleagues from Dordick Law Corp. claimed that Banner and its employee, Dr. Laurie P. Erickson, were negligent in the labor and delivery of Griepentrog’s son, Greyson. Continue reading

Roundup Herbicide Ingredient Connected to Epidemic Levels of Chronic Kidney Disease

A researcher takes samples of well water in a rural community of Sri Lanka. Tests indicate that the active ingredient in Roundup may be interacting with the area’s hard water to cause epidemic levels of chronic kidney disease. Credit: Jake Ulrich

For the past couple of decades, tens of thousands of people living in rural Sri Lanka have been devastated by kidney failure due to unclear causes, also known as CKDu. Similar incidences of mysterious kidney diseases have emerged in tropical farming communities around the world.

A massive field study of the wells supplying drinking water to the Sri Lankan communities, conducted by researchers at Duke University, has identified a possible culprit – glyphosate, the active compound in Roundup, the most widely used herbicide in the world.

The results of the study were published in Environmental Science and Technology Letters on September 13, 2023. Continue reading

Survey Findings Paint Grim Picture of Health Care Affordability in the US

Half of the surveyed adults reported difficulty affording their health care, and a large proportion said they delayed or avoided care or medication because they couldn’t afford it, often leading to their health problems worsening.

Half of working-aged adults in the United States report it is somewhat or very difficult to afford their health care costs, according to new data published by the Commonwealth Fund, and these financial pressures can lead them to delay or forgo care, resulting in worse downstream health outcomes. [1] Continue reading

Battling Beasts and Bureaucrats: Naomi Wolf and the American Medical-Government Police State

Naomi Wolf was, until the covid era, “a well-known feminist nonfiction writer for thirty-five years . . . privileged to be part of the cultural ‘scene’ made up of influencers on the progressive Left.” With great courage, she rejected the masks, lockdowns, and vaccines urged upon us by the state, viewing them as totalitarian impositions upon us. Her heroic stance turned her into a “nonperson”: her friends and associates on the left shunned her.

As a result, she has rethought her political alliances and now finds herself in the company of conservatives and libertarians. In what follows, I’d like to discuss some of her insights about covid and then to focus on how she sees the world. Continue reading

DANGEROUS MEDS: Pharmaceutical Drugs Becoming So Tainted That the Defense Department Is Calling for Outside Testing

The world’s pharmaceutical drug factories have become so filthy that the United States Department of Defense (DoD) is intervening to try to clean things up by bringing in an outside testing service to spot contamination.

Valisure, an independent testing laboratory that deals with this kind of thing, was brought in by the DoD to test a slew of medications amid growing concerns about pharmaceutical drug contamination and other quality and supply issues. Continue reading

Parts 1 & 2: The Cancer Within Modern Medicine

The turn of the 20th century promised to offer cures for every ailment with patented and colorfully packaged pills. Yet here we are. What happened? We were duped. More importantly, so were all of the well-meaning doctors, nurses, medical technicians, and scientists. There is a cancer within what we now know of as modern medicine – eating away at the very heart of its original design. Rather than saving and healing humanity, this cancer seeks to destroy us from within.

While many medical discoveries and innovations over the past century have undoubtedly saved lives, there is a small group of shadowy elites scattered throughout the world who have been quietly plotting to control the world population by infiltrating and shaping every aspect of modern medicine for the purposes of imposing their own agendas. No institution is immune. Medical schools, foundations, organizations, companies and government programs all have succumbed to this sickness. In order to surgically remove the cancer within modern medicine, we must first dissect and diagnose it. This report seeks to analyze the agendas, as well as the notable individuals, families, institutions, organizations, foundations and government programs involved in shaping the world of medicine since the turn of the 20th century. Continue reading

Eight in 10 hospitals and pharmacists rationing drugs or delaying care because of crippling medicine shortages – including for cancer

Up to eight in 10 hospitals and pharmacists are rationing drugs or delaying appointments as they battle a crippling medicine shortage, a report suggests.

The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists surveyed more than 1,000 pharmacists and 99 percent said they were struggling to stock enough of the drugs they needed

A national survey published Thursday showed there were 309 ongoing drug shortages, the highest number in nearly 10 years. And just a few less than the all-time high of 320.

The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, a group that tracks US drug availability, surveyed more than 1,000 pharmacists and 99 percent said they were struggling to stock enough of the drugs they needed.

The group attributes the issue to limited investment in manufacturing capacity, subpar manufacturing quality and a breakdown in the supply chain, as well as extreme price competition among generic drug makers. Continue reading