It starts with one simple aspirin for a simple headache.
When the one aspirin will no longer cover up the headache,
take two. After a few months take three or something even
stronger. By this time, it becomes necessary to take something
for the ulcers that have been caused by the aspirin.
Now that you are taking two medications, you have a good start.
After a few months, those medications will disrupt liver function.
If a good infection develops, you can take some penicillin. Of course
the penicillin will damage your red corpuscles, spleen and destroy
your natural resistance to disease.
Another medication is then taken to cover up the anemia. By this
time all of these medications will put such a strain on your kidneys
that they should break down.
You can now expect a general flare-up of all your symptoms.
The next step is to cover up all these symptoms with sulfa drugs.
When the kidneys finally plug up, you can have them drained.
Some poisons will build up in your system, but you can keep going
quite awhile this way. ( By now, the medications will be so confused
they won't know what they are supposed to be doing, but it doesn't
really matter.) If you have followed every step as directed, you can
now make an appointment with your undertaker. Practically all
Americans to some degree play this game because they have allowed
themselves to dependent on drugs when they eventually have problems
when strengthens the pharmaceutical drug industry.
The Laws of the
The main principles governing the pharmaceutical “business with disease.”
It is not in the financial interests of the pharmaceutical industry to prevent
common diseases – the maintenance and expansion of diseases is a
precondition for the financial growth of this industry.