"Given this unseemly state of affairs, some believe we are on
the precipice of a medical
end-of-times or "Pharmageddon," if you will, where
medicine is no longer
directly associated in any way with healing, but rather is a
form of mass control and a highly
organized means of defrauding the public of its wealth and health.
After all, is there any greater absurdity than a medical model that
treats the symptoms of disease with
sub-lethal dosages of toxic chemicals, in which there is no attempt to
uncover or understand the causes of those
What disease has been found to be a
lack of a man made
acid reflux a lack of
heart disease a lack
of statin drugs?
lack of Fosamax®?
cancer caused by a
depression caused by a
lack of Paxil?
Sayer Ji, July 30th 2018
"Nationally, our primary
standard is the Toxic Substances Control Act.
The main goal of
the act was to require comprehensive
cancer tests for
thousands of chemicals in
widespread use - a goal yet to be achieved.
failure, two decades ago California enacted Proposition 65, requiring a
list by the governor of chemicals known to cause
cancer, and then a warning before exposure where they pose a significant
The California agency charged with this task has not used its
independent authority to list a
carcinogen in more than five years." - Al Meyerhoff
Environmentally induced cancers are the
result of human failure.
This failure created a misguided
war on cancer focusing on
effect and not cause allowing the addiction
by agriculture and
industry to toxic agents.
It also reflects
a failed regulatory scheme
coupled with antiquated and ineffective
petrochemical regulatory framework.
volatile organic compounds
volatile organic compounds (VOC) resulting from
coke production sythesized a coal tar 'soup' from which new petrochemicals
amalgamated under fire and pressure emerged to create the
German chemical and pharmaceutical
Many of the 10,000 different molecules in the coal tar
'soup' are cyclic carbon rings - benzene and its variants - such as phenols,
aniline, and heterocyclics.
These kinds of ring structures are highly
reactive and easily open the door to truly
The easiest carbon ring to form and modify is the
6-carbon ring, "benzene".
molecule in chemistry is a molecule with carbon
An organic molecule in biology is
a molecule made by living
There are nearly 24 million known (disclosed) chemical
compounds in the Chemical Abstracts Service Registry
"Just as a cake
recipe requires you to use flour,
baking powder in the right
amounts, your brain needs a fine chemical
balance in order to perform at its best." -
Web site text ad for
"Allowing the PHRMA to spend billions of customers
dollars stoking inappropriate demand for products by
direct to consumer advertising and
trying to counteract this with the posting of
difficult to interpret
info on obscure websites is like hosing gasoline onto a fire with one
hand and squirting it
with a water gun with the other." - Hyman J. Milstein MD
2002 The New England Journal of Medicine
announces it will now use advertisements from PHRMA as it is too
difficult to find journalists.
Investigative journalists are referred to
a PHRMA press liaison officer.
PHRMA press liaison
officers refer the journalist to
experts with favorable
opinions and to patients whose
opinions have been carefully screened.
The Embrace Award for
reporting on urinary incontinence consists of trips to
Washington, DC and
Paris is offered by
Eli Lilly and Boehringer
playing in doctor waiting rooms serve as
platforms for advertising yet this
television programming is
presented as journalism.
New England Journal of Medicine editorial notes 1 in 4 patients suffer
effects from the over 3.34 billion
The drugs with the worst record
of side effects were selective serotonin reuptake
inhibitors (SSRIs), nonsteroidal
anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and calcium-channel blockers (decrease blood pressure or
One-in-20 autopsies uncover problems that could have
been averted - saving the patients' lives - but were not,
owing to misdiagnoses.
60% of physician
errors are diagnostic.
50% of misdiagnoses is deemed
for misdiagnoses are about twice as common as for
drug-related errors and result in
the biggest payouts by insurance
2003 Bayer pleads guilty to violating
the Prescription Drug Marketing Act, paying $257 million including
a criminal fine for its marketing of
|"The rate of findings that
have later been found to be wrong or exaggerated has been found to be 30
percent for the top most widely cited randomized, controlled trials in the
world's highest-quality medical journals.
For non-randomized trials
that number rises to an astonishing five out of six." - David Colquhoun, UCL
pharmacologist and statistician in a report to the Royal Society of
1668 Friedrich Jacob Merck purchases an
apothecary shop in Darmstadt, Germany by the name of "Engel-Apotheke", known as
the Angel Apothecary.
Éleuthère Irénée du Pont founds
DuPont in Wilmington, Delaware two years after
fleeing France to escape the French Revolution and religious persecutions
against Huguenot Protestants.
Copper (II) acetoarsenite, "Paris Green", introduced as a pigment.
species of Indigofera, especially Indigofera tinctoria and
Indigofera suffruticosa, are used to produce
Colonial planters in the Caribbean
grow indigo and
transplant its cultivation when they settle in the colony of South Carolina and
North Carolina where people of the Tuscarora confederacy adopt the dying
process for head wraps and clothing.
When Eliza Lucas Pinckney and
enslaved Africans successfully
cultivate new strains near Charleston indigo becomes the second most
important cash crop in the colony (after rice)
before the American
Indigo comprises more than one-third of all exports in
Aniline is first isolated by Otto Unverdorben by distillation of
Aniline is an organic compound with the formula
Consisting of a phenyl group
attached to an amino group, aniline, a yellowish to brownish oily liquid is the
prototypical aromatic amine.
The main use of aniline is in the
manufacture of precursors to polyurethane and other industrial chemicals. Most
volatile amines have a musty fishy odor.
Aniline ignites readily,
burning with a characteristic smoky flame.
Aromatic compounds are
chemical compounds that consist of conjugated planar ring systems accompanied
by delocalized pi-electron clouds in place of individual alternating double and
Aromatic rings are very stable and do not break apart
Simple examples are toluene and benzene..
alkaloids, acids and
Merck begins manufacturing and selling alkaloids.
1831 Heinrich F. G. Mein isolates
1834 Friedlieb Ferdinand Runge extracts
carbolic acid, or
phenol, from coal
Joseph Lister pioneered the use of phenol as an
1842 Nitrobenzene to
aniline is first performed by Nikolay Zinin using inorganic sulfide as a
reductant (Zinin reaction).
Pfizer is founded by two German settlers selling painkillers and
antiseptics during the Civil War.
Antoine Béchamp reduction method sets the stage for the
evolution of a massive dye industry in Germany.
1856 William Henry Perkin creates mauveine while
trying to synthesise
Other aniline dyes - fuchsin, safranin, and induline -
1863 Bayer is founded as a dye maker in
1865 BASF, originally Badische Anilin
und Soda Fabrik (English: Baden Aniline and Soda Factory), now the largest
chemical supplier, echoes the legacy of the synthetic dye industry, built via
aniline dyes and extended via the related azo dyes.
The first azo dye
is aniline yellow.
Internationale Gesellschaft Farbenindustrie
widely sold as an insecticide and rodenticide.
Arsenic and fluoride
compounds are the mainstay of chemical pest control.
arsenic trioxide, and Paris
green are all persistent in the environment and highly toxic to all forms of
animal life including tyrants.
1880 German dye manufacturers have isolated
individual 'organic compounds' from
coal tar and other mineral
sources and have established rudimentary methods in 'organic chemical'
1882 Bordeaux mixture of
copper sulfate and hydrated lime is used to control vine downy
1916 After World War I
foreign countries disregard German patents and enter the market with competing
The Dreibund and Dreierverband joined with
"Chemische Fabrik vormals Weiler ter Meer" to later form the pioneering
fountainhead of IG
the Interessengemeinschaft der deutschen
(Common Interest Association of the German
Coal Tar Dye Factories)
Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron joins
Carl Duisberg' relentless pressure after eight years succeeds.
1925 IG Farben AG merging members:
BASF - Badische Anilin und Soda Fabrik (Ludwigshafen), Bayer Agfa
(Leverkusen near Cologne), Aktiengesellschaft für Anilinfabrikation
(Mortsel near Antwerp and Leverkusen) Hoechst (including Casella and Chemische
Fabrik Kalle) Chemische Fabrik vormals Weiler ter Meer (Uerdingen) Chemische
Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron (Griesheim)
Germany resources of coal allow it
to became a major steel producer.
Coal processing for steel production
involves driving off the volatile organic compounds in coal
by heating it (without air) to make coke, which burns hotter and imparts no
further impurities to steel save carbon.
Carbon allows the
heat-treating (harden) and tempering (soften) the steel.
"Something jolted my memory.
I remembered that a book entitled The Devil's Chemists had appeared
after World War II, written by Josiah DuBois, an attorney who had been part of
the Treasury team at Nuremberg.
The book was a harrowing account of the trial of the executives of IG
Farben, the Nazi industrial trust, that showed Farben's links to Wall
DuBois had the letters of Edsel Ford to his managers in
Nazi-occupied France after Pearl Harbor, authorizing improvements in automobile
and truck supplies to the Germans." - Charles Higham
until 1940s Inorganic chemical disease control of
insects, bacteria and fungus relies upon preparations typically mixed by the
Chemical Security Act
Seven weeks after the
September 11 attacks Jon Stevens Corzine introduces the Chemical Security Act,
a bill that would require chemical plants to reduce toxic chemical inventories
where practical and switch to less toxic chemicals when it was economically
In many cases a plant manager could store a 30 day inventory
of toxic chemicals rather than a full six months' worth.
sensible economic reforms of that category could save a lot of lives in a
catastrophic event. The industry does what it desires or what it thinks it can
afford - and millions of Americans are at risk." - Senator Jon
The bill passed the Environment and Public Works
Committee in a 19-0 vote.
After the George Walker Bush
administration crushed the Chemical Security Act, Senator Jon Corzine stated,
"There are currently no federal security standards for chemical facilities.
None at all."
March 2003 Terrorism
expert Rand Beers resigns after providing counter terrorism advice to every
president beginning with Ronald
"Of course, there's
no such thing as a perfect
defense, but we are remiss if
we do not try to protect our
citizens. We know for sure, from
interrogation of terrorists,
that security measures have
value, they discourage
attacks. So, the idea
that we should leave the barn door open is a
July 2003 Conference
Board, a business
research group, finds American corporations have increased security
expenditures less than 4% on average since the September 11 attacks.
Chemical weapons attack, like the one at
Bari, Italy, has
been a favorite
weapon of fear mongers since the
"George Walker Bush thought it would strike fear into our
hearts to emphasize weapons Iraq
was known to have, namely chemical weapons.
The notion that chemical
weapons pose any threat to us is farfetched.
Mustard gas is effective
in trench warfare, not in cross-hemisphere attacks.
smuggled chemical weapons into the
country, the casualties would be fairly minor.
The only way to kill a number of
people with chemicals is to
concentrate the chemicals in
huge quantities near a big city.
This country has
lots of weapons like
that. They're called chemical plants.
Attacking one with
a truck bomb, or
a small plane, would disperse
far more toxins than any chemical weapons attack.
Research Service has found that we have 100 chemical plants that, if
struck, would each endanger more than 1 million lives.
US intelligence has discovered that
studied the possibilities." - Jonathan Chait, 03-26-06
Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism
2004 Pfizer admits criminal
marketing of Neurontin® and signs a settlement stating it will no
longer market drugs for non-FDA approved uses and pays a fine of $430 million
in criminal fines and civil
18 US Senators and 62 US Represenatives own stock in
Pfizer offers physicians
up to $1,000 a day to allow a salesperson to 'share' time according to a
whistleblower lawsuit filed by John Kopchinski.
medical system is headed for multiple failures.
The spiraling cost of
healthcare is well known: $7,100 per person this year, projected to increase to
$12,000 in 2015 and compounding at more than double the rate of inflation.
Medical care gobbles up one-sixth of the GDP.
only 60% as much per person on healthcare as America.
Since 1980, the
longevity of all Canadians has improved more rapidly than that of white
Americans, who were thought to have the best health care.
spends only 40% as much as we do on health care.
According to the
Journal of the American Medical Association, middle-class insured
Americans "are much less healthy than their English counterparts".
Americans spend twice as much per person on healthcare as the other 21
wealthiest countries and yet data from the World Health Organization show that
we live the shortest amount of time in good health.
America wasted $650
billion in 2005 on unnecessary harmful care.
American and international
studies show that the more a healthcare system relies on primary care, the
better the outcomes and the lower the cost.
American medicine is heavy on
specialists and getting heavier.
The number of graduates of
American medical schools [allopathic]
choosing careers in family practice and adult primary care has plummeted.
Our healthcare system
is designed to maximize profits.
US now relies entirely on market
based, pro-business solutions.
No politician wants to be
tarred with promoting "socialized medicine."
Even nonprofit medical
instiutions shape the care they offer based on their own bottom lines instead
of the health needs of the communities they serve.
The Food and Drug
Administration is much better at protecting the interests of the drug and
than those of patients." - John Abramson, clinical research, Harvard Medical
School, Overdosed America
|Generic Name (BRAND
||Date Withdrawn in
| Tegaserod (ZELNORM®)
| Rofecoxib (VIOXX®)
| Cisapride (PROPULSID®)
| Troglitazone (REZULIN®)
broader area of adverse drug reaction data, the 250,000 reports received
annually probably represent only 5% of the actual reactions that occur." -
Jerry Phillips, FDA Office of Post Marketing Drug Risk
"Doctors are taught that mistakes are unacceptable.
Medical mistakes are seen as a failure of character -
No one is taught what to do when medical errors do
occur." - Gary Null, PhD; Martin Feldman, MD; Debora Rasio, MD; Dorothy Smith,
PHRMA spending on
advertising has more
than doubled from $11.4 billion in 1996 to $29.9 billion.
Eli Lilly pleads guilty for illegal
off-label marketing of Evista®.
"It's an unbearable cost to a
system that's going broke.
The Pfizer and Lilly
cases involved the illegal promotion of drugs that have been
shown to cause substantial harm and death
to patients." - Jerry Avorn, Harvard Medical School
American women of child bearing age have sufficent
mercury in their blood to
impair neurological development of the
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) releases a study:
148 toxic compounds are looked for in the
urine of 2,400 Americans
age 6 or older.
Several toxic compounds, including
phthalates are found to be in nearly
every American child.
"There are more than 80,000 chemicals on the
market, the vast majority of which lack even basic information on health
effects and toxicity.
At least 1,400 chemicals have known or probable
links to cancer, birth
problems with learning disabilities.
The incidence of these
diseases has been increasing for decades, a whole host of obstacles to healthy
development have also been on the rise, including
low birth weight,
early puberty and
These problems are related to
chemical exposure." - Dan
The Story of Stuff
there are now 100,000 (one hundred thousand) chemicals on the market.
Long term effects of most chemicals are unknown and none of the
combined effects have ever been studied.
More than 77,000 chemicals are
in active production in North America.
More than 3,000 chemicals are
added to the food supply.
More than 10,000 chemicals in the form of
solvents, emulsifiers, and preservatives are used in food processing,
packaging, wrapping, and storage.
315 chemical contaminants were found
in US tap water.
1 in 8 of 82,000 ingredients used in
personal care are industrial chemicals.
Neurotoxins and other chemicals
are added to vaccines.
A German study shows that vaccinated children
have at least 2 to 5 times more diseases and disorders than unvaccinated
More than 1000 new chemicals are developed each year.
Most people have between 400 and 800 chemical
residues stored in body
Pesticides and breast cancer risk
and Breast Cancer in Young Women
DDT Exposure in Utero and Breast Cancer
study links measured DDT exposure in utero to risk of breast cancer.
Experimental studies are essential to confirm results and discover causal
mechanisms. Findings support classification of DDT as an endocrine disruptor, a
predictor of breast cancer, and a marker of high risk."
2007 The series of
five articles was published in a supplement of the journal Cancer on May
Silent Spring Institute - with assistance from Harvard
University, Roswell Park Cancer Institute and the University of Southern
California combine national and international databases to identify 216
chemicals causing breast tumors in animal studies with
chemicals linked to breast
216 compounds cause breast tumors in animal tests:
73 - in consumer products or as contaminants in food
35 - air
25 - occupational exposures affecting more than 5,000 women a
29 - production in the US exceeds 1 million pounds per year
accessible free of charge, includes references to 900 studies, 460 human
studies critically evaluated by the research team.
Silent Spring Institute's review of environmental factors and
Pfizer settles for $2.3 billion with the government over
off-label marketing for non-FDA
$1.3 billion criminal fine for kickbacks and
$1 billion is paid under the False Claims Act.
The drugs involved are Bextra® (an anti-inflammatory drug),
Geodon® (an antiPsychotic drug), Lipitor® (a cholesterol drug),
Norvasc® (anti-hypertensive drug), Viagra® (erectile dysfunction), Zithromax®
(antibiotic), Zyrtec® (antihistamine), Zyvox® (an antibiotic),
Lyrica® (an anti-epileptic drug), Relpax® (anti-migraine drug),
drug), and Depo-provera® (birth control).
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