Jeff Hays, Bobby Sheehan
A series of interviews with doctors, PhDs, government inspectors and other experts paints a clear picture of corporate corruption, especially in the pharmaceutical industry. First we see Dr. Toni Bark, MD, talk about her observation of increased childhood chronic diseases like cancer, diabetes and autism. She remembers a time when these serious illnesses were unheard of or at least very rare in children. She asks whether this might be due to increased vaccines, mercury exposure and GMOs.
An interview with a woman with a PhD details from personal experience what one will go through if your child is damaged by a vaccine. The government has officially recognized that can happen and has set up a compensation fund for such cases. If you are willing to go through all four corners of hell, it might work for you. Lucky for her, she and her husband make a lot of money and were able to obtain good lawyers. Without a lot of money and lawyers, you will get nothing from the compensation fund.
Several specific cases are detailed to give the viewer some idea of the scope of what is happening. GlaxoSmithKline was busted in court for failing to report adverse safety data concerning a diabetes drug. They sold other drugs for unapproved purposes and were guilty of improper marketing.
Allen Jones of the Pennsylvania Office of Inspector General faced down serious threats to blow the whistle on Johnson & Johnson and their Risperdal fraud. The company ended up paying over two billion dollars in fines and settlement. They made over forty billion dollars on the drug, so in the eyes of a greedy corporation, it was worth it.
Merck has been found guilty of falsifying mumps vaccine test data. Their drug Gardasil has never been proven to prevent cancer.
The list of pharmaceutical violations goes on for much of the video. In the case of vaccines, even if they have been subjected to valid tests individually, the entire vaccine schedule combined has not. Government regulation and oversight is weak at best. The CDC is riddled with conflict of interest. We have the best government corporate money can buy.
A familiar face shows up in one interview. Dr. Stephanie Seneff explains how at about the same time they started to remove mercury from vaccines, they added aluminum which can be just as bad. Any claims that removal of mercury has made no difference in vaccine risk is confounded by that fact.
The story is the same in other large industries. The GMO issue is examined and regulation in the U.S. is compared to the rest of the world. Many larger countries like Russia, China and India at least require labels. Dozens of countries ban them completely. The industry in the U.S. spends millions of dollars to buy votes against GMO labeling.
My thumb is down for big, corrupt industry and UP for this video. Millions of dollars won’t change my thumb but if you want to give me millions of dollars anyway, we may be able to work something out.
This article appeared in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly journal of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Winter 2014