Friday, March 27, 2015

How Big Pharma suppresses real alternatives to its "final revolution"

How Big Pharma suppresses real alternatives to its "final revolution"

by Sean Jobst
March 27, 2015

A guiding principle in my life is nothing in this world happens by accident, not even the smallest occurrence. It is with that view in mind that two pieces of information recently came to my attention. One pissed me off, while the other gives me some further hope in humanity's future. On the one hand, I know that justice and truth will ultimately prevail in the end, but in the meantime the arrogance of the elites knows no bounds.

Growing up, I always took it for granted that homeopathic medicine is a legitimate and even better form of medical treatment, due to its use of holistic and metaphysical understandings that go to the root of an illness, rather than alleviating the symptoms like a band-aid approach that only sees the materialistic. Biology demonstrates the various elements that make up our body, elements that exist within nature. To me it goes without saying the same illnesses within our body, can be cured by the various elements that can be found within nature and correspond to our bodies.

One of the great contemporary medical minds to have come to this realization is the French Professor Luc Montagnier. In 2008, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for having discovered the HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) in the early 1980s. He followed this up with ground-breaking research in 2009, which concluded that diluted DNA from pathogenic bacteria and viral species can emit specific radio waves associated with 'nanostructures'. If understood correctly, these radio waves could recreate the same pathogen and thereby heal the illness.

Scientific terminology is not my forte, but more light on the significance was shone so that even a scientific novice like me could understand. The research "verified that electromagnetic signals of the original medicine remains in the water and has dramatic biological effects," as leading American homeopathy advocate Dana Ullman observed, citing Montagnier's "experimental research that confirms one of the controversial features of homeopathic medicine that uses doses of substances that undergo sequential dilution with vigorous shaking in-between each dilution."

Montagnier expressed support for the basic homeopathic approach, in an interview published in Science magazine on December 24, 2010: "I can’t say that homeopathy is right in everything. What I can say now is that the high dilutions (used in homeopathy) are right. High dilutions of something are not nothing. They are water structures which mimic the original molecules." Referring to the typical claims made by the dominant medical community, he said about homeopathy: "it’s not pseudoscience. It’s not quackery. These are real phenomena which deserve further study."

The assumptions of modern science are often taken as dogma, to be accepted without question and if you doubt them, then you will be consigned to the margins of debate where only tin-foil hat-wearing "kooks" reside. Anything that challenges this scientific orthodoxy is simply ignored, no matter how much evidence challenges their dominant assumptions. In 2011, the Swiss government commissioned a massive study that showed homeopathy is more cost-effective than any other forms of medicine. It concluded: "Homeopathy is so well trusted that 300 million patients in more than 80 nations use it."

It is time to challenge this materialist reductionism which reduces everything to the strictly biological and ignores the fact that we are multi-faceted individuals. Their assumptions are anti-historical, as the assumptions are relatively new in history while challenging everything that ancient cultures and the various faith-traditions knew about the human being: that he/she is made with both body and soul. To deny this is only a product of the Enlightenment which has made certain economic and scientific assumptions into dogma, to replace the old religious orders.

"Tyranny begins with the abuse of language," George Orwell warns us. We can learn a lot about the world through studying language. This is certainly very true of medicine. The same "mind-inducing" drugs that are prescribed and sold to an already over-medicated populace, are known under the term "pharmacology." The origin is the Greek term "pharmakeia (φαρμακεία)", another meaning of which is "sorcery"! Which leads me to the second piece of information I mentioned earlier.

Aldous Huxley was a writer well-connected with certain Globalist power-elites (i.e. his brother, Julian Huxley, was a eugenicist and UNESCO founder who advocated population control, etc.), who accurately described many features of modern society, such as mass production, consumerism and "man's almost infinite appetite for distractions." Perhaps he was also alluding to the modern role of Big Pharma, when he gave a remarkable speech in Berkeley, California, in 1962:

"There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies, so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods. And this seems to be the final revolution."

Keeping the Greek origins of the word "pharmacology" in mind, we can clearly see the stupor and dependency that the corporate drug cartels (Big Pharma) have caused to an overmedicated populace. A populace that is overmedicated, dependent upon these man-made medicines to treat symptoms but not heal or cure, will continuously be one too weak to resist. It will be one that has to continuously spend money it doesn't have, which keeps the debt machine of the big bankers fueled. This cycle keeps going, breeding and in turn leading to more social control not only over the body but the mind - a "pharmalogical" control in every sense of the word. Who will resist distractions and take notice?

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