The Pharmaceutical Takeover of Healthcare and the Suppression of Natural Cures (1)
A huge part of the so-called disclosure process regards the requisite knowledge for obtaining optimal health, wellbeing, and longevity. Today we will make the case that this knowledge has been sequestered by select institutions for over a century in an attempt to profit from sickness and death and to create both physical and psychological dependency. Confusion around the topic of health stems both from top-down disinformation and from grassroots misinformation. Our current predicament is one of contrived science, coercive medicine, scandalous reporting, suppressive control, predatory regulation, deceptive marketing, subjective diagnostics, systemic indoctrination, willful ignorance, obstructed patents, assassinated doctors, revolving doors, and conflicts of interest, all masquerading as medical progress.
Today, we will assess our healthcare system as a doctor would a patient. We will examine it, diagnose it, prescribe an antidote, and give a prognosis as to what the healing process will look like.
This series of articles will expose the sick and dying allopathic medical system by investigating money, murder, and medicine. This presentation will follow the money and get to the root of how pharmaceuticals have taken over healthcare, practically speaking. In the next installment, we will expose the murders of thousands of holistic doctors, inventors, and authors who are healing patients and getting the truth out. In the final installment, we will disclose the medicine by investigating various remedies, discoveries, and technologies that have the potential to heal humanity from illness and disease.
With subject matter this vast in scope, we will limit our investigation as best as possible to the core attributes of this grand conspiracy beginning with a history lesson, a look at its current standing, the coconspirators and their motives and methods, as well as some solutions to turn the tide. There are many aspects that we simply will not have the time to cover in this series, so we will leave further analysis up to you. This presentation is designed to be an alarm clock to wake the sleeping giant from its slumber.
There exists a mythology surrounding the pharmaceutical-industrial complex. If we can understand that heavy amounts of compartmentalization keep honest altruists from recognizing the true motives of the companies they work for, then we can begin to come to terms with the existence of a pernicious plot perpetuated to keep humanity sick. Some believe medicine emerged from warfare where it was practiced to save warriors on the battlefield. Some believe various forms of modern medicine, like chemotherapy for instance, is itself a form of warfare meant to kill rather than save.
This medical mythology stems from our lack of historical context as to the origins of the pharmaceutical industry and the motives of its architects and bankrollers. Behind the superstition supporting this myth lies blind faith, propaganda, and the psychological power of suggestion. In essence, a confirmation bias is met with the placebo effect. Humanity desperately wants to believe the international drug companies are operating ethically. When we see multimillion dollar advertisements, we are roped into the medical mythology and become cheerleaders for falsehood. Each monetary donation to pharmaceutical research, each “walk for a cure” and each blind faith decision to follow doctors’ orders represents a link in the chain of causality supporting this nefarious industry.
Few are willing to change their minds or their traditions when exposed to new information. In fact, psychology tells us that most people double down on their convictions when their worldviews are challenged.
Underpinning the motives, statistics, and logistics of the medical mythology is an even more worrisome philosophy – one of standardization and collectivism. Throughout this presentation, we will follow the blood money wherever it may lead us to determine who is behind the curtain and how man became entrained by the mythos of a necrotic system.
Before we begin, few disclaimers: This article has not been evaluated by the FDA. It is not intended to cure, treat, or prevent illness or disease.
So now, let’s talk about the pharmaceutical takeover of healthcare and the suppression of natural cures.
CHAPTER 1: STANDARDIZATION OF MEDICINE
John Rockefeller Donated Over $9.1 Billion to Medicine and Education
John D. Rockefeller was born July 8, 1839 and died at age 98 on May 23, 1937. The very next day, the New York Times ran an article entitled Rockefeller Gifts Total $530,853,632.
The cumulative rate of inflation from 1937 to 2017 is 1,602.2%. Adjusting for inflation, John Rockefeller and his 4 foundations donated $9,036,308,491. That’s nine billion thirty six million three hundred and eight thousand four hundred ninety one dollars. The amount is likely higher than this because Rockefeller donated this money over the course of four decades. However, we are only able to calculate this based on the rate of inflation from the year of his death. Regardless, this unfathomable scale of money raises some serious questions. Chiefly, where exactly did all of that money go?
According to the same New York Times article, “Mr. Rockefeller’s benefactions from 1855 to 1934 totaled $530,853,632, of which the greater amount went to the four great foundations he established for the purpose of handling his charities. They were the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial, in memory of his wife, and the General Education Board. The University of Chicago was another large beneficiary.”
The article goes on to explain the creation of the Rockefeller Foundation.
“A list of Mr. Rockefeller’s organized charities shows that he was chiefly interested in education, scientific research, the Baptist Church and other religious or social organizations. His chief agency of distribution was the Rockefeller Foundation, established in 1913 with a $100,000,000 capital fund, later increased by $25,000,000 in 1917. It received up to 1934 from Mr. Rockefeller $182,851,480.90. This organization was formed “to promote the well-being of mankind throughout the world.
World-wide in scope, its activities were largely directed to medical research in recent years. The 1936 annual report declared it to be devoted to the ‘advancement of knowledge with research as the chief tool’. It financed work in the natural sciences, social sciences, medical science, the humanities, public health. It does no research of its own.”
The article describes various donations and milestones the Rockefeller Foundation reached including financially supporting the International Health Board, establishing the China Medical Board in 1914, funding the Graduate School at Harvard in 1919, establishing the Division of Medical Education in 1920, providing financial support for the Red Cross and the United War Work Fund, and funding the Teachers College of Columbia University in 1920.
It also made substantial donations to the General Education Board at Washington University, Johns Hopkins, University of Chicago, Vanderbilt, Rochester, Yale Medical School, and the Meharry Medical College. The grand total that the General Education Board received was $129,209,107.10, or $2,199,426,134.19 after accounting for inflation.
John Rockefeller personally founded the University of Chicago in 1892. In 1901, he founded the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research. This was his first philanthropic organization.
“…At the second annual meeting it was decided to centralize all research work in the institute’s own laboratory… Dr. Simon Flexner resigned as Professor of Pathology in the University of Pennsylvania to become director of the institute.”
Apart from the $9 billion that the Rockefeller Foundation made, John made a number of private donations that totaled $101,500,786.36 after inflation.
According to the New York Times article, “Mr. Rockefeller made smaller gifts that aggregated less than $100,000 each but totaled $5,962,839.93.”
Nine billion dollars would go a very long way, even today. Now, imagine how much further it went over a century ago when there were no bureaucratic systems in place yet, no infrastructure, no governing bodies, no regulatory third parties, no television, no documentaries, and no internet or any other practical way for genuine news to spread to the ordinary citizen.
John Rockefeller famously said: “I don’t want a nation of thinkers, I want a nation of workers.”
The Flexner Family Connection
The following section is an adaptation from an alternative media online article from October 27, 2014 entitled The Forgotten ‘Flexner Report’ of 1910 and its Connection to Today’s ‘Common Core’.
According to the 1937 New York Times article we just looked at, “The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research was the first of Mr. Rockefeller’s philanthropic organizations in point of time. The Rockefeller Institute was incorporated in 1901. Scholarships and fellowships for research work in medicine were distributed throughout the country during the first year, but at the second annual meeting it was decided to centralize all research work in the institute’s own laboratory… Dr. Simon Flexner resigned as Professor of Pathology in the University of Pennsylvania to become director of the institute.”
Who was Dr. Simon Flexner, and why did John Rockefeller choose to appoint him to this esteemed position?
Simon Flexner, born March 25, 1863, was an American pathologist who discovered polio antibodies in 1911 and worked toward developing the first polio vaccination. At the time, only a small handful of vaccinations had been developed, but Flexner was a major proponent of vaccinations. Vaccinations, even from the early days, were patentable property which ensured a windfall profit in the event of a pandemic. That’s not to say that every vaccination ever developed has been patented, as Jonas Salk, creator of the polio vaccine, famously decided not to patent the vaccine.
Simon Flexner hailed from a family of nine children. He had 6 brothers and 2 sisters. The Flexner family became heavily involved in medicine. Simon’s eldest brother, Jacob, aspired to become a doctor, although he eventually became a pharmacist and ran a small drug store. Abraham, who will we investigate more thoroughly in a moment, was the most instrumental person in standardizing medical education in America in the early 20th century. Bernard became a Zionist leader, which shouldn’t be surprising to anyone who has studied the Rockefeller connection to Zionism. Unfortunately, we don’t have the time to examine that in this article, but the connection is there for those who wish to do their own research.
The Financial Elite Privately Received Homeopathic Treatment While Publicly Condemning It
There is a preponderance of evidence demonstrating that the Rockefeller family sought to publicly excoriate naturopathy and homeopathy as preventative medicine while they themselves continued to receive it privately. To keep this brief and to avoid disturbing the flow of this presentation, we will look at just a few examples now.
According to the homeopathic historical archives at SueYoungHistories.com, “Eugene Alonzo Austin, Myra King Merrick and Hamilton Fisk Biggar were homeopaths to the Rockerfeller family and to all the Standard Oil families.
Rockefeller also consulted Mary Belle Brown who was the Second Vice President of the American Institute of Homeopathy in 1903. Mary Belle Brown had a 40 year career as a homeopath in New York. Her patients included Andrew Carnegie, Cornelius Vanderbilt II, Huntington and John Davison Rockefeller Senior.”
Ironically, John Davison Rockefeller Senior’s philanthropy had a devastating effect on homeopathy in America. Titan Ron Chernow “It was deeply ironic that Rockefeller retained a residual faith in homeopathy even as he financed the world’s most sophisticated medical research operation.
Periodically, he had spasms of irritation, firing off letters on the need to save homeopathy, but these outbursts quickly passed. Through his philanthropies, Rockefeller did more than anyone else to destroy homeopathy in America, and in the end he seemed powerless to stop the scientific revolution that he himself had largely set in motion.”
Philanthropy as a Smokescreen
When John D. Rockefeller founded The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research in 1901, his reputation had already been tarnished from many of his cutthroat business tactics. With a splash of philanthropy and the circulation of adulatory rumors, public opinion would soon be swayed. The Rockefeller Dynasty would soon be rebranded as the poster child for charity.
Not everyone was buying it. Many observed Rockefeller’s philanthropy as smokescreen it was. Congressman Wright Patman, chairman of the House Banking Committee, condemned these foundations. He wrote: “Unquestionably, the economic life of our Nation has become so intertwined with foundations that unless something is done about it they will hold a dominant position in every phase of American life.”
Given that pharmaceutical drugs are oil and shale-based, would-be-competitors Andrew Carnegie and JP Morgan allied behind a common goal to maximize profits in the experimental field of medicine known as allopathy.
Ken Adachi, investigative reporter of Educate-Yourself.org, wrote the following: “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 petroleum, petrochemicals, and pharmaceuticals (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 Carnegie 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.)”
It is important to emphasize the collusion between Rockefeller, Carnegie, Morgan, and Ford, as this will play a vital role in our investigation as we will see in the next part of this article series.
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June 22, 2018