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Told “never to discuss side effects” – a Big Pharma whistle blower – now deceased – made shocking revelations on the industry – an MD & former Pharmaceutical executive

(Note the original video posted on this item is now gone from Youtube, however there are many more if you search the Doctor’s name there. I’ve selected another below. The shorter one further down is a good listen if you haven’t time.

The pharmaceutical industry is now turning its attention to children said this Big Pharma whistle blower, because the baby boomers are dying out. This is why the upsurge in children’s ‘diseases’ and ‘disorders’ he said. This is a must watch video featuring the late Dr. John Rengen Virapen who also wrote books on the pharmaceutical industry (link to free ebook dowload below). He quite frankly confesses his own corruption within a system that paid him well. He was a young coloured doctor he says, in an industry that gave him a job, a good job. He went with their protocols for many years then spoke out, preferring to not technically be called a whistle blower as whistle blowers he said, are paid and he wasn’t.  Big Pharma he said is in bed with the politicians, no surprises there, however he also names prominent US government officials who have also been top level management of the most prominent pharmaceutical industries. He also explains that they are told never to discuss side effects! Rather they have instructions to focus on the benefits of whatever pharmaceutical is being prescribed.

Another physician during Q and A cites the intention of the US Government to eventually screen every person including unborn children, for mental illnesses, followed by mandatory treatment for the same. I saw today, headlines suggesting a return to electric shock treatment (ECT) by psychiatrists. Some dot joining here.

Here is a link to Dr Virapen’s book, ‘Side Effects: Death’ – (you can have a sample look inside at Amazon).

 

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A shorter video by the Doctor

 

 

 

 

Another week of neoliberal economics – (and who cares about the poor?) – from the Daily Blog

From the Daily Blog in NZ, a thought provoking look at the world of economics where policy fallout on human populations is of no particular importance. Discussing also the incentives (are there any?) for mothers to leave their babies in day care and take up paid employment. Many are apparently worse off for working full time.

Capitalism is not about free competitive choices among people who are reasonably equal in their buying and selling of economic power, it is about concentrating capital, concentrating economic power in very few hands using that power to trash everyone who gets in their way. (David Korten)


By   /   August 29, 2015
“In the world of economics there are no crises, no gender issues, no growing inequality, no precariat hanging on in a fragile labour market by their toenails. No families ‘choosing’ to be cold and sick so they can pay the rent, no mothers  sent to jail for infringing 19th century rules,  no children spluttering up sputum from 3rd world diseases because our  housing is so bad ,no inconvenient  hungry students with enormous debt ….
mansion-411128_1280Thus it was this week on Monday at the 13th annual economists breakfast  at the Heritage hotel in Auckland…

Economists after economist pontificated on whether interest rates and exchange  rates are going up or down and why and the virtues of quantitative easing that didn’t happen soon enough, apparently, except in the US.  Never a mention of fiscal policy, except the bad effects of increase in GST in Japan…
…of course, there was no mention by the economists of high rates of poverty, , casualisation, low pay and uncertain hours, rampant speculative activity in real estate and growing inequality, even though the IMF and the OECD are regularly warning of the dangers…

When the inevitable downturn produces higher unemployment, more foodbank demand, foreclosures and poor-330395_1280widespread mental illness, who asks or cares whether the economic system works for low and middle income people and their children?”