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Drug Companies & Doctors: A Story of Corruption

Dr. Marcia Angell, nybooks.com
June 15, 2009

Recently Senator Charles Grassley, ranking Republican on the Senate Finance Committee, has been looking into financial ties between the pharmaceutical industry and the academic physicians who largely determine the market value of prescription drugs. He hasn’t had to look very hard.

Take the case of Dr. Joseph L. Biederman, professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and chief of pediatric psycho-pharmacology at Harvard’s Massachusetts General Hospital. Thanks largely to him, children as young as two years old are now being diagnosed with bipolar disorder and treated with a cocktail of powerful drugs, many of which were not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for that purpose and none of which were approved for children below ten years of age.

Legally, physicians may use drugs that have already been approved for a particular purpose for any other purpose they choose, but such use should be based on good published scientific evidence. That seems not to be the case here. Biederman’s own studies of the drugs he advocates to treat childhood bipolar disorder were, as The New York Times summarized the opinions of its expert sources, “so small and loosely designed that they were largely inconclusive.”1

In June, Senator Grassley revealed that drug companies, including those that make drugs he advocates for childhood bipolar disorder, had paid Biederman $1.6 million in consulting and speaking fees between 2000 and 2007. Two of his colleagues received similar amounts. After the revelation, the president of the Massachusetts General Hospital and the chairman of its physician organization sent a letter to the hospital’s physicians expressing not shock over the enormity of the conflicts of interest, but sympathy for the beneficiaries: “We know this is an incredibly painful time for these doctors and their families, and our hearts go out to them.” Continue reading

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Anatomy of a Con Job i.e. “sustainability”

EXPOSING THE FIVE LIES THAT ARE THE BASIS OF THE “SUSTAINABILITY” MOVEMENT!

By AL Whitney © copyround 2017
Permission is granted for redistribution if linked to original and AntiCorruption Society is acknowledged.

As an environmentalist, I actively promoted the sustainability movement for many years. I even tried to convince my daughters NOT to have children. Thank God, they didn’t listen to me, for I now have four fabulous grandchildren.

In 2006 I helped found a local group that was part of the Post Carbon Institute’s Relocalization Network. I worked closely with academics that were taught – and still believe – that petroleum comes from fossilized matter. As these academics were the self-proclaimed ‘experts’, I did not think it necessary to investigate their claims.

However, when President George Bush, Jr began mandating the production of massive amounts of corn ethanol – and the environmental non-profits did little or nothing to expose and oppose this unsustainable water polluting and soil-depleting catastrophe – I started investigating the whole “sustainability” movement and the flawed policies that were being advanced in its name.

Data is easy to fabricate and manipulate, as John Truman Wolfe exposes. When it comes to oil, according to Matt Simmons (former President of the world’s largest energy investment company and author of Twilight in the Desert), discovery and production figures are controlled by private corporations. And, NASA’s data regarding global warming has been exposed as flawed many times. In fact, both the peak oil and CO2 global warming theories contain multiple false assumptions/myths. See: The Energy Myths – Peak Oil and Global Warming

Can anyone actually verify the number of humans now living on planet Earth? Are there really 7.5 billion? Does anyone trust the figures of the United Nations – that is a corporation owned and controlled by the World Bank and other globalist entities who are determined to replace the human population with automation and robots?

Many researchers and authors have worked diligently to expose the scams that John Truman Wolfe’s Anatomy of a Con Job targets so well. These include: author F. William Engdahl; geologists J. F. Kenny and Chris Landau; former oil executive Ian Crane; Col Fletcher Prouty (9 years service for the Pentagon); and ecologist Peter Taylor. But, none of them have the understanding of the banking industry and the financial “wizards behind the curtain” that Mr. Wolfe possesses.

For all who care about our planet and the amazing life forms that call planet Earth home, Anatomy of a Con Job is a must read. It is an accurate, easy to understand, and even entertaining look at the “sustainability” movement, the money behind it, and the path of destruction it is now on.

pdf of Anatomy of a Con Job by John Truman Wolfe

Oh Oil, Where is Thy Peak?

F. William Engdahl, journal-neo.org
October 9, 2015

ACS Editor Comment:
For several years I myself was a “peakist”, after reading Michael Ruppert’s book Crossing the Rubicon. Fortunately I decided to revisit the topic and discovered that Ruppert and many others were victims of a very extensive and successful propaganda campaign – science for hire, so to speak. See The Peak Oil Theory Story. Unfortunately, the CO2 climate change theory is another example of science for hire that is being funded and promoted by those who want to install a one world government. Both falsehoods are exposed in John Truman Wolf’s wonderful short but concise exposé The Anatomy of a Con Job.


oil drillingThere are two great myths used in recent years to convince the world of imminent catastrophe unless we drastically change our living style in the direction of austerity. Both myths are based on scientific fraud and uncritical propagation by sympathetic mainstream and even some alternative media. One is the idea that world climate is warming, or at least “changing,” owing almost solely to us, to our man-made emissions. The second great myth, launched first in 1956 in Houston Texas by an employee of one of the world’s largest oil companies, was dusted off some 15 years ago at the start of the Dick Cheney-George W. Bush Administration. It’s called the theory of Peak Oil.

The good news is our coastal cities are not about to be washed away by melting icebergs or rising oceans, nor is our supply of conventional oil and gas–hydrocarbons–likely to run out for centuries or more. It has nothing to do with the highly damaging and very costly extraction of tight oil from shale rocks, but with the abundance of conventional oil around the world, the vast part of which has yet to be discovered or even mapped.

The most dramatic discoveries of new oil and gas reserves in recent years has come from the Mediterranean in areas off Cyprus, Israel, Lebanon and believed to be offshore Greece as well. In 2010 Israel and the Houston, Texas company, Noble Energy, discovered the largest offshore gas field, Leviathan. It was the world’s largest gas discovery in a decade, with enough gas to serve Israel for at least a century. The geophysics of the offshore areas around Greece suggest that that hapless country could also have more than enough undiscovered oil and gas to repay all foreign debt and more. Not surprisingly the Washington-led IMF demands that Greece privatize her state oil and gas companies, a near certainty that major Western oil firms would sit on their development as was done in past decades until leases expired in 2004 and reverted back to the Greek Government.

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Lies and truths about Smart Meters

NEVER TRUST A POLITICIAN OR A CORPORATION WHEN IT COMES TO SCIENCE!

POINTS MADE IN THIS VIDEO

  • OBAMA LIES TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE . . . AGAIN. This time about Smart Meters AND non-existent CO2 global warming.
  • Smart meters do so much more than record energy usage. The ‘more’ is really bad for both your health and your safety.
  • People cannot verify energy usage figures like they could with analog meters. Overcharges won’t be trackable by the customer.
  • Smart meters are radio transmitters. Anyone who wishes to monitor your house can do so with the proper easy to obtain equipment.
  • Police can monitor people’s ‘behavior’ via Smart Meter transmissions.
  • Thieves can monitor people’s presence and/or absence via Smart Meter transmissions.
  • Electric companies can sell usage details to both corporations and government entities.
  • Smart Meters increase the Electro-magnetic Frequencies (radiation) in your ‘home’ environment. This negatively impacts both humans and wild life.
  • Harvard public health expert, Dr David Carpenter, exposes the truth about the health consequences of Smart Meters.

It is important to understand that humans thrive in a very specific frequency range – see Schumann Resonance below!


The Schumann Resonance clip is from a very important film on this topic called,
Resonance – Beings of Frequency. It can be viewed for free at:
http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/resonance-beings-frequency/

Here is a handout to help educate others. It refutes nearly all of the claims that Obama and others are making about Smart Meters: Handout

For even more info on this topic, click on the “Smart Meter” tab of this web site.

We Were Wrong on Peak Oil

Editor’s Note: And George is wrong about CO2 global warming as well! So, why has so much money been thrown at promoting TWO false theories? To create the ‘need’ for a replacement of the petrodollar – the carbon credit electronic currency!

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George Monbiot, The Guardian
Monday 2 July 2012

The facts have changed, now we must change too. For the past 10 years an unlikely coalition of geologists, oil drillers, bankers, military strategists and environmentalists has been warning that peak oil – the decline of global supplies – is just around the corner. We had some strong reasons for doing so: production had slowed, the price had risen sharply, depletion was widespread and appeared to be escalating. The first of the great resource crunches seemed about to strike.

Among environmentalists it was never clear, even to ourselves, whether or not we wanted it to happen. It had the potential both to shock the world into economic transformation, averting future catastrophes, and to generate catastrophes of its own, including a shift into even more damaging technologies, such as biofuels and petrol made from coal. Even so, peak oil was a powerful lever. Governments, businesses and voters who seemed impervious to the moral case for cutting the use of fossil fuels might, we hoped, respond to the economic case.

Some of us made vague predictions, others were more specific. In all cases we were wrong. In 1975 MK Hubbert [originator of the “technocracy” theory], a geoscientist working for Shell who had correctly [foretold] predicted the [orchestrated] decline in US oil production, suggested that global supplies could peak in 1995. In 1997 the petroleum geologist Colin Campbell estimated that it would happen before 2010. In 2003 the geophysicist Kenneth Deffeyes said he was “99% confident” that peak oil would occur in 2004. In 2004, the Texas tycoon T Boone Pickens predicted that “never again will we pump more than 82m barrels” per day of liquid fuels. (Average daily supply in May 2012 was 91m.) In 2005 the investment banker Matthew Simmons maintained that “Saudi Arabia … cannot materially grow its oil production”. (Since then its output has risen from 9m barrels a day to 10m, and it has another 1.5m in spare capacity.)

Peak oil hasn’t happened, and it’s unlikely to happen for a very long time.

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