a reply to: TheAmazingYeti
Consider too, that the US is the only country that requires by law the use of the HFA propellant in albuterol and other asthma/COPD inhalers...and the
amount of those diagnoses have skyrocketed in recent years.
Used to be able to purchase a generic albuterol inhaler for around $20, but when they changed propellants, they got a new patent too. Now, there is no
generic on the market. ProAir HFA is the least expensive without prescription insurance, costing between $50-60 per unit(either a 15 or 30 day supply,
depending on the dosage)...most people who cannot afford health insurance cannot possibly afford that rescue inhaler...and without it are playing
Russian roulette with their lives.
There used to be an OTC inhaler called Primateme Mist, which was basically epinephrine. It cost around $10 and had a lot of medicine in the canister.
But the FDA banned it not too long ago, citing accidental overdose statistics, among the top reasons. So there's not even that emergency option for
Now consider the fact that most acute, life-threatening asthma attacks...the kind that kill people every single day in this country...are the direct
result of some irritant entering the airway, causing an exaggerated histamine or leukotriene response, and that irritant is almost always an airborne
allergen or hypersensitivity to an airborne contaminant. Add in that the overwhelming majority of asthma sufferers are also afflicted with an
unpredictable, hypersensitive immune response to both chemical and natural irritants, from both airborne and skin barrier vectors, and you've got a
whole lot of people without access to life-saving medication, should they suffer an acute attack that closes their airway within a matter of
Now, we've got the situation with the Epi-pen as well...which is also a prescription-exclusive medication that asthma patients are strongly advised to
carry at all times, in case their rescue inhaler does not open the airway in an emergency. Now they're walking time bombs, with a life-threatening
disease and absolutely no access to rescue medications of ANY kind.
Big Pharma is a reality, whether people want to believe it or not. There is a veritable treasure trove of profit to be had by making people dependent
on medication, making them easier to control...and the most efficient means of success is by making the treatment difficult to obtain and severely
limiting alternative options, forcing people to spend ridiculous amounts of money for the magic elixirs that make their symptoms abate...or suffer.
Of course, this would mean that they are somehow causing vast numbers of the population to become sick enough to require the meds in the first place.
Nobody likes to hear about chemtrails but within this context they are pertinent, with regard to a possible vector for both airborne and skin
permeable agents in an aerosol delivery system.
By deliberately poisoning our air on a controlled schedule, they could most definitely create specific sets of chronic, severe symptoms that require
sufferers to depend upon them, even to the degree that their very existence requires it, for the duration of their lifespan. This would also mean that
our government is in on it...or even directly funding it.
If that sounds outlandish to anyone, consider the fact that the FDA, which regulates all of our drugs...and decides what is or is not classified as a
drug, too, is a government agency. They have direct control over what drugs are approved for sale, both prescription and OTC. And they also
perpetually have Big Pharma by the balls, because they cannot make money if they cannot sell their product.
In a hypothetical scenario where the government seeks to have total control over the population in every way possible, making them dependent upon
substances is a highly efficient means by which to facilitate that outcome. And if anyone doubts that, ask someone who has been in emergent
respiratory distress without rescue medication how grateful they were for EMS personnel being able to provide it...and ask them how willing they'd be
to find themselves in such a life-threatening situation again after having experienced it and living to tell about it.
The pharmaceutical industry absolutely is out to make money, and it is entirely plausible (and logical, considering that an herb which grows in the
ground and effectively treats a plethora of ailments without any damaging side effects or risk of toxicity is still, in the year 2016, largely
illegal) that a corrupt government would take full advantage of that fact, and so form a symbiotic, mutually beneficial relationship. Fund the mass
production of a blank synthetic vector which can be aerosolized or dissolved, and tailored to a variety of specific symptom sets. Then, fund the
production of medications which control the severity of those symptoms...not anything that'll actually cure anyone, mind you, simply keep symptoms at
bay; after all, it's actually the symptoms that kill people...the disease is simply the delivery system.
Look at the impact upon millions of people of just this one example you've brought to light here. Imagine the deaths that would result, all around the
country, if the same thing happened with insulin, or cardiac medications, or blood thinners, or any number of other drugs out there that are literally
keeping people alive from one day to the next, by controlling symptoms that would otherwise kill them.
If it is by this design that our healthcare system operates unbeknownst to the public, other things start to fit in. For example, almost every symptom
of major autoimmune disorders like fibromyalgia, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis are also symptoms of chronic aluminum and other heavy metal
poisoning...and they're being newly diagnosed at a rapid rate as more and more people present to their physicians with these specific symptom sets.
It was not all that long ago, either, that the medical community in general dismissed fibromyalgia as a make-believe illness created to explain away
certain baffling, recurring, specific symptom sets. Well...it kind of was exactly that...because those symptoms were consistent with those of several
other known autoimmune disorders, triggered by the same gene activation, yet clearly was something completely new. The same thing happened with regard
to lupus, years before that...and medical science still cannot identify precisely what causes any of them. But sufferers can live a normal
lifespan...they just have to take "maintenance medication" for the rest of their lives.
Some other fun facts:
*Prescription allergy and other "maintenance" drugs are being released for OTC purchase in droves. Yet there has never been an approved albuterol
inhaler nor Epi-pen made available OTC...safe, reliable, widely used medicines which are specifically designed to save people from dying of one of the
most common, preventable causes of death in this country are 100% only available by prescription...and at a price that most people cannot afford to
* Prescription medications all have lengthy lists of side effects...in fact, honest docs will admit that often, the side effects are more severe than
what they're designed to treat. The answer? Give them yet another drug for the side effects of the first one. This is very common.
There's more, but I've already been long-winded enough, I think.