Tuesday, August 23, 2016 by D. Samuelson
Well, they don’t exactly have a pill for that. But the American Medical Association (AMA) has recommended that those insipid advertisements for prescription pharmaceuticals be taken off television. But wait, weren’t all those doctors that smoked cigarettes banned long ago? One would think, in a rational world, prescription medicines would never even be allowed on television to begin with. Has the AMA suddenly been hit with a twinge of guilt over the millions of folks — who are not infected by any disease — who are mind-controlled by an ad to ask their doctor for a pill? No. Is it because Big Pharma has run out of names for these pills? No. Is the AMA concerned about the death rate from prescription medications? No, even though 44 people die daily from opioids; the pain medicine that is handed out like candy.
According to a statement made by Dr. Patrice A. Harris, the AMA’s incoming chair, the ban is needed because of “the role that marketing costs play in fueling escalating drug prices.”
Ok. So they are concerned that you won’t be able to afford their pills. Hmm, maybe it’s more about the collapse of their entire death medical system, as Mike Adams succinctly documents in this four-part Health Ranger Report. In part one, you’ll learn what the Marlboro man, Coca-Cola and Ambilify have in common.
Mike Adams goes for the jugular in part two:
The drug companies “had to get all the well people on drugs. In order to do this, they had to create a bunch of fake diseases.”
Imagine a television or magazine without advertisements for prescription drugs! Mike continues his searing commentary in part three:
“They show images of happy, healthy people when the drug they give you will actually cause you to have a heart attack.”
Are physicians becoming irrelevant? In part four, listen to Mike wax eloquent about how technology may take over.
“Most doctors are glorified drug dealers… there’s nothing in that equation that can’t be done by a robot.”
For many individuals, the removal of the criminal pharmaceutical companies and their despicable television advertising won’t matter. Why? Because we threw out those beast screens years ago. Have you?