Only in the past few years, has a very important story of power come to the attention of the masses: the Rockefeller family, and their impact on big pharma and natural medicine.
hanks to old school researchers on the topic like G. Edward Griffin, and the revival of the topic by researchers such as James Corbett in his documentary “How Big Oil Conquered the World,” now people can know the truth to a degree that is advanced.
Documentaries like this one were made in the past several years, dedicated to the victims of pharmaceutical drugs.
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So what’s the truth about Big Pharma? The truth is, pharmaceutical drugs have always been considered inferior to naturopathic remedies, vitamins, and minerals.
In the early 1900’s, John D. Rockefeller and his affiliates pushed to introduce licensing laws for medical practitioners that basically illegalized natural medicine. They illegalized natural medicine with licensing laws: that’s the Rockefeller play-book.
Even further back, where did people go wrong? It happened in the 1700’s and 1800’s.
People were sold on pharmaceuticals when well-off Europeans took petroleum derivatives, chemical dyes, and similar chemicals and they tried to make drugs out of them.
Pharmaceuticals originate from a time when coal tar derivative dyes and drugs were interchangeable: chemicals in coal tar were altered, turned into both dyes and drugs.
In fact, coal tar derivatives are still used in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals today, and toxic coal tar dyes persist today as well.
Coal tar was initially considered a filthy, useless industrial waste product, a result of gas production from coal. However, it would become the foundation of European dyestuffs industry, and pharmaceutical drugs would be made from those chemicals.
In 1856, 18 year old William Henry Perkin was trying to synthesize quinine, the anti-malarial drug, when he accidentally created “aniline purple” dye, later renamed “mauve” or “mauveine”.
Bayer manufactured dyes, until a shift when European chemical companies expanded into pharmaceuticals in the 1880’s and 90’s. In the last years of the 1800’s, European chemical companies figured out how to make drugs out of their chemicals.
In 1898, Bayer began selling patented Diacetylmorphine as heroin. Bayer had a major success with Aspirin in 1899.
Aspirin and Heroin were two drugs which grew Bayer into what it is today.
By the end of the 1800’s, powerful industrial players had arose from the ashes of the Industrial Revolution.
Patent medicine and European chemistry morphed into a paradigm of pharmaceutical drugs, when industrial titans poured bottomless funds into the creation of entire medical schools, licensing laws, studies, and more.
Industrial magnates attempted to crush empiric, natural medicine, lobbying for laws that would make the free practice of medicine illegal without a license.
Rockefeller even had a hand in the prohibition of alcohol, effectively crushing competition from alcohol based fuel. The ban on cannabis was a later culmination of these efforts.
They criminalized the free practice of medicine itself, with licensing laws: licenses mostly given to doctors practicing their allopathic medicine.
Corporate philanthropies such as the Rockefeller Foundation, Carnegie Endowment, and later the Lilly Trust from Eli Lilly, steered the paradigm of medicine into the direction they wanted.
A turning point was reached with the Flexner Report which they funded. The Flexner Report was one of the main things that allowed the powers that be to suppress naturopathy and promote what made them profit.
In conclusion, a history of fraud pervades all of allopathy, which means pharmaceutical medicine. To “lop” means to “chop off”: they used to chop off limbs to solve disease, and feed people mercury to “displace the original disease.”
People would be wise to believe none of what they see and half of what they hear on this topic.
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