Forbidden Cures By Ken Adachi

Forbidden Cures By Ken Adachi

11 Pages · 2010 · 123 KB · English

controlling interest in a huge German drug cartel called I. G. Farben is, in truth, a concerted, organized agenda -concocted, planned, and . diluting 35% food-grade hydrogen peroxide by a ratio of 10:1 with distilled water.

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Forbidden Cures By Ken Adachi There are a number of alternative healing therapies that work so well and cost so little (compared to conventional treatment), that Organized Medicine , the Food & Drug Administratio n, and their overlords in the Pharmaceutical Industry (The Big Three) would rather the public not know about them The reason is obvious: Alternative, non toxic therapies represent a potential loss of billions of dollars to allopathic (drug) medicine and drug companies The Big Three have collective ly engaged in a medical conspiracy for the better part of 70 years to influence legislative bodies on both the state and federal level to create regulations that promote the use of drug medicine while simultaneously creating restrictive, controlling mechan isms (licensing , government approval, etc) designed to limit and stifle the availability of non drug, alternative modalities The conspiracy to limit and eliminate competition from non drug therapies began with the Flexner Report of 1910 Abraham Flexner was engaged by John D Rockefeller to run around the country and ‘evaluate' the effectiveness of therapies taught in medical schools and other institutions of the healing arts Rockefeller wanted to dominate control over petrole um, petrochemicals, and pharm aceuticals (which are derived from 'coal tars' or crude oil) He arranged for his company, Standard Oil of New Jersey to obtain a controlling interest in a huge German drug cartel called I G Farben He pulled in his stronger competitors like Andrew Carne gie and JP Morgan as partners, while making other, less powerful players, stockholders in Standard Oil Those who would not come into the fold "were crushed" according to a Rockefeller biographer (W Hoffman, David: Report on a Rockefeller {New York: Lyle Stuart, Inc, 1971}page 24) The report Flexner submitted to The Carnegie Foundation was titled "Medical Education in the United States and Canada" Page 22 of the report said: "the privileges of the medical school can no longer be open to casual strollers from the highway It is necessary to install a doorkeeper who will, by critical scrutiny, ascertain the fitness of the applicant, a necessity suggested, in the first place, but consideration for the candidate, whose time and talents will serve him better in some other vocation, if he be unfit for this, and in the second, by consideration for a public entitled to protection from those whom the very boldness of modern medical strategy equips with instruments that, tremendously effective for good when rightly used, are all the more terrible for harm if ignorantly or incompetently employed" All too often, politicians are prepared to enact laws that rob citizens of yet another constitutional freedom under the banner of "public protection" Needless to say, con gress swallowed the recommendations of this report hook, line, and sinker It was decided that the American Medical Association (AMA), would be the "doorkeeper" The AMA was now empowered to certify or de certify any medical school in the country on the gr ounds of whether that school met the AMA's standards of "approved" medicine The AMA came into existence in 1847 It is a private organization of allopathic physicians which serves the interests of its members, especially when it comes to influencing favo rable legislation It functions in every sense of the word as a union , although its members wear white collars instead of blue Giving the AMA the power over the certification of medical schools is the equivalent of giving the Teamsters Union the exclusive right to decide on the laws of interstate commerce and transportation Is it any wonder that the total number of medical schools in the United States went from 160 in 1906 (before the Flexner Report) to

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