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What is the FDA doing?

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posted on Apr, 22 2006 @ 12:20 PM
What is the FDA really doing today? It is doing three things:

First, it is providing a means whereby key individuals on its payroll are able to obtain power and wealth through granting special favors to politically influential groups that are subject to its regulations. This activity is similar to the "protection racket" of organized crime; for a price, one can induce FDA administrators to provide "protection" from the FDA itself.

Secondly, as a result of this political favoritism, the FDA has become a primary factor in that formula whereby cartel-oriented companies in the food-and-drug industry are able to use the police powers of the government to harass or destroy their competitors.

And thirdly, the FDA occasionally does some genuine public good if that does not interfere with serving the vested interest of its first two activities


The FDA...just another organization that is in bed with Big Pharma and big money like the House of Rockeller and their kind. Getting FDA approval is a joke. Take Aspartame.....denied over and over again by the FDA until Reagan gets into office. He fires the head of the FDA and puts someone owned by the House of Rockefeller in his place and BOOM..magically, a known poison gets approval and the diet beverage and other diet product industries zoom into billions upon billions of dollars. Reagan must have made a fortune on that one.

The president runs this country?
No, big money owns and operates this country!

Here's a good conflict of interest:

The American Medical Association and the Rockefeller and Carnegie interests "climbed into bed" together early in the twentieth century.

The relationship between the AMA Journal (the money-maker for the AMA) and the Pharmaceutical Manufacturer’s Association is obvious in the millions of dollars of advertising revenue collected by the Journal. In addition, the AMA has put millions of the organization’s retirement fund into drug companies. "…the success of the AMA and those who direct it depends on the prosperity and good will of the pharmaceutical industry"

The AMA. Another national organization owned by Big Pharma. Much of the organization's retirement money is in drug companies? How is this allowed? The Journal of the AMA is considered an unbiased source for information?

[edit on 22-4-2006 by Excitable_Boy]

posted on Apr, 23 2006 @ 08:07 AM
two illustrative examples of the cartel's true nature:

and yet another related thread:

[edit on 23-4-2006 by Long Lance]

posted on Apr, 25 2006 @ 06:42 PM

two illustrative examples of the cartel's true nature:

I am familiar with the true nature of the cartel. Thanks for the links though. This forum should have a whole separate forum for discussions on the House of Rockefeller.....

posted on Jun, 27 2006 @ 09:35 PM
They put so many restrictions on the new prosthetic discs(spine), that only 1-5% of people with herniated discs qualifies to have them in this country. HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM if they cure us, we wont need hundreds of dollars a month in medications. In Europe, they have been doing these surgeries on many people for over 10 years!!! They don't have an FDA there. I am currently sqaving up so i can go to Germany and have this procedure done. Thanks USA!!!!

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