Toxic “legal” drugs are being consumed daily, as if they are candy. Women, adorned in pink ribbons, are asking for tamoxifen by name thanks to cancer “awareness campaigns” founded by the drug’s maker. Women are told that this potent drug can “reduce the risk of breast cancer” while increasing the risk of uterine cancer, stroke, and blood clots in the lungs. Marvelous.
Men – even in their 20s and 30s – are being herded into taking cholesterol lowering drugs. Children are being labeled with psychiatric disorders at breakneck speed so our tax dollars can get them used to mind control during their years in the public prisons. Weekend warriors and computer “athletes” are being poisoned with toxins such as aspartame, high fructose corn syrup, and sucralose, courtesy of their very legal energy drinks, sport bars, and assorted sugar-loaded beverages. Soccer moms are unknowingly compromising the health of their families by buying synthetic drugs disguised as multivitamins. And all of this is occurring under the “watchful” eye of the FDA. According to a recent Wall Street Journal story:
More than 15,000 Americans now die annually after overdosing on prescription painkillers called opioids, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—more than from heroin, cocaine and all other illegal drugs combined.
Rising opioid abuse means that drug overdoses are now the single largest cause of accidental death in America. They surpassed traffic accidents in 2009, the most recent CDC data available.
And yet the DEA goes after those who legally dispense the drugs, such as Walgreen and CVS, blaming them for failing to ensure that the legal, painkiller drugs they legally sell don’t make it to the black market.
At no point does the DEA intervene on the medical-psychiatric-pharmaceutical complex’s intentional drugging of our children who then suffer the consequences of violence and suicide. See the documentary free on YouTube: “The Drugging of Our Children.” Follow me on Twitter @karendecoster.2:19 pm on December 24, 2012 Email Karen De Coster