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War it appears is imminent? Current drug shortages are telling the picture

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posted on Jul, 31 2010 @ 07:25 AM
Can' figure where to put this .
"think, if you were the government facing nuclear war, what would you do? Would you stockpile things in a certain order? Yes! First, you would think in terms of battlefield casualties, then civilians. The order might be something like this, anesthesia, pain, (troop’s are always first priority) then radiation, disease, and malnutrition. You would want to stockpile drugs for these conditions and a pattern might be discerned. The FDA has made this all too easy, listing drugs in short supply."

As I read the article it began to make sense. All the drugs that would be used during a war are in very short supply.

posted on Jul, 31 2010 @ 07:54 AM
reply to post by gem_man

This way they can justify raising the drugs in questions' prices.
War profiteering..
Not much different then selling drugs they know are killing people.
Like Helliburtons 4 hundred dollar gas

[edit on 31-7-2010 by Danbones]

posted on Jul, 31 2010 @ 08:07 AM
War imminent??

We are in the middle of multiple wars right now already

Can you show me what the availability of these same exact drugs were each year for the last 15 years??

With a chart showing their increase /decrease over a period of years, we can determine if there is anything to worry about here.

For instance if for the last several years, these drugs were NOT in short supply, that means something might be about to happen.

But if they have been in short supply since 9-11, than it would make sense they are being used for the middle east wars already taking place right now.

So we need more data to make absolute sure that this is an indicator of an impending *new war*. Or if this is merely a side-effect of the wars we are already in the middle of.


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