constructionCan Today's Drugs Cure?

Pharmaceuticals, medications, cures, computer chips & man playing God. It is frightening and discouraging. Man wants to dominate another man hoarding people like sheep into a stall. Control and power is what man is after, yet there are three types of people, the seed, field and tares, but the tare wants it all to itself.

moneyWealth Above Health

This humanitarian character of the medical profession is fading. Today, the prime objective for all publicly trading drug companies is the monetary gain rather than then humanitarian goal to rid our society of disease and illness.

No Cure For The Poor

Millions are being defrauded. Major portion of their income is used to finance the exploding profits of the pharmaceutical industry and in return they are being offered a medicine that does not even cure their ills.

Corporate wealth above health

The capitalistic system exalts monetary gain above any greater good of human beings. It is true that every person and corporation has the right to make as much money as possible. Therefore, for some reason, major corporations get more welfare than little corporations.

The pharmaceutical industry is an example of capitalism’s worst parts, because it is humanitarian in nature; hence, religious institutions with donors’ money have built many hospitals. Historically, hospitals are usually funded by the public sector, by health organizations (for profit or nonprofit), health insurance companies, or charities, including direct charitable donations, religious orders or charitable individuals. In accord with the original meaning of the word, hospitals were originally places of hospitality. Christian denominations, Catholic religious orders as well as Protestant including Methodists and Lutherans run hospitals. Today, professional physicians, surgeons, and nurses largely staff hospitals, whereas in the past, this work was usually performed by the founding of religious orders and by volunteers.

This humanitarian character of the medical profession is fading. Today, the prime objective for all publicly trading drug companies is the monetary gain rather than then humanitarian goal to rid our society of disease and illness.

The economic interest of the pharmaceutical industry is the main reason why no medical breakthrough has been made for the control of the most common diseases such as cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, heart failure, diabetes, cancer, and osteoporosis, and why these diseases continue like epidemics on a worldwide scale.

Millions of people and patients around the world are being defrauded. Major portion of their income is used to finance the exploding profits of the pharmaceutical industry and in return they are being offered a medicine that does not even cure.

People live longer but the quality of life of the elderly has gone down because of prescription drugs dependence. One disease rides on the back of another like a tick on a cockroach’s back. Dementia, Alzheimer’s and other similar mental impairments turn the elderly into slow moving zombies.

The pharmaceutical industry has now formed an international *Codex Alimentarius Commission with the aim to control and even outlaw any health information in connection with vitamins; and to limit free access to natural therapies on a worldwide scale.

*The Codex Alimentarius Commission, established by FAO and WHO in 1963 develops harmonized international food standards, guidelines and codes of practice to protect the health of the consumers and ensure fair practices in the food trade. The Commission also promotes coordination of all food standards work undertaken by international governmental and non-governmental organizations.

Since its beginnings in 1963, the Codex system has evolved in an open, transparent and inclusive way to meet emerging challenges. International food trade is a 200 billion dollar a year industry, with billions of tons of food produced, marketed and transported. Alimentarius means alimentary relating to nourishment or sustenance.