““Genocide by Prescription”: Drug Induced Death in America”

Image: http://www.globalresearch.ca There is a class basis for this veritable genocide by narcotics raging among white workers and the unemployed in the small towns and rural areas of American: it is the ‘perfect’ corporate solution to a surplus labor force. It is time for American workers and their leaders to wake up to this cruel … Continue reading ““Genocide by Prescription”: Drug Induced Death in America”

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“Sessions Wages War on Natural Weed, As He Grants Maker of Fentanyl a Monopoly on Synthetic THC”

Image: http://www.freethoughtproject.com {Check out other posts on this issue here} A company whose drug is responsible for tens of thousands of deaths a year, and who has a sinister history of bribing doctors to prescribe this drug, was given a monopoly on the sale of synthetic THC while the federal government promises to kidnap, cage, … Continue reading “Sessions Wages War on Natural Weed, As He Grants Maker of Fentanyl a Monopoly on Synthetic THC”

“Does This Apparently Explain CDC’s Modus Operandi?”

Image: http://www.activistpost.com Boys and girls, can you say CONFLICT OF INTEREST? Does This Apparently Explain CDC’s Modus Operandi? By Catherine J. Frompovich Nothing I would write or say probably could explain more thoroughly the reasons and actions the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) take regarding pharmaceuticals, vaccines and medical technologies than the … Continue reading “Does This Apparently Explain CDC’s Modus Operandi?”

Even More Quotes #9

Image: http://www.izquotes.com {Hat Tip to Information Clearinghouse} The Roots of Violence: Wealth without work, Pleasure without conscience, Knowledge without character, Commerce without morality, Science without humanity, Worship without sacrifice, Politics without principles. Mohandas K. Gandhi: "The person that loses their conscience has nothing left worth keeping." Izaak Walton: "Every outcry against the oppression of some … Continue reading Even More Quotes #9