posted on May, 20 2015 @ 04:46 AM
Yeah, T-cell that are "confused". Guess what. What you eat, makes up your body. You are what you eat. If the things you eat are crap - and you can
assume that for at least 80% of the food you ingest nowadays - your body will become crap and behave crappily. This is the logical consequence. It
doesn't take a "scientist" to figure that out.
What the pharma industry does, is, giving drugs to fight the symptoms of this weird behavior. But instead the attempts should be investigating the
real root of the problem: the food we eat daily. Because what you eat defines your health. Admittedly some drugs are efficient to fight symptoms, but
often you can never stop using the drugs, because the malnutrition continues daily.
Of course you can then claim the pharmacy "helps" people with sickness symptoms, but on the other hand, they just fight symptoms and not the source.
And that's what casts a bad light on this industry. A huge part of the pharma industry just lives off the malnutrition of people. If money was instead
put into healthy food (no genmanipulations etc.) a huge part of the pharma industry would disappear instantly (including all their "workers" who
believe they work for the greater good - while in fact they just profit from wrong nutrition of the population.
You can also say: but then it's the nation to blame and not the pharmacy. And you are right. The pharmacy is a symptom which evolved from the bad
nutrition we have, which is caused by the food industry, which itself is caused by overpopulation, which itself is not restricted by the government
etc. Eventually you'll find out we live in a sick society and you can't blame a single person or institute for it. It's the whole together which
defines this sick machine.
edit on 20-5-2015 by anotherdaytoday because: (no reason given)