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I knew you were Canadian rather than American. I should not really say this but you write too well to be the latter. My cousins are all Canadian and
live in Ontario (so I have a bit of bias). I loved Toronto. As we seem to be the only two left discussing your thread and are interested in
pharmaceutical conspiracy, I don’t think anyone will notice this comment. I don’t want to offend anyone. Only talking from experience.
Glad you liked the avatar, I just typed in space monster into Google images and uploaded it. Who is that in your avatar?
Thank you for giving me your very interesting background information. It makes it easier for me to target the type info that might be of interest you
and relevant to your thread.
In answer to your question, in my opinion, I do think that smaller companies would be bullied out of developing GM1 by the big, dominating
multinationals. They like to monopolise. The larger companies would be financially threatened by it as, in theory, it will probably work (to verify
this type in “scholarly articles, Huntington’s GM1 raft lipid” into Google. The previous website I gave you is also pretty comprehensive on the
subject). Curing people as we have discussed is not in their interest.
I have found that researchers' that refuse to stop on the larger companies request tend to disappear. It is after all these massive multinational
companies that dictate the decisions our top politicians make based on economics (I can send you many more accurate articles to verify this and it is
plentiful). It applies to not only pharmaceutical companies but to petrochemical companies v. alternative power companies, agricultural pesticide and
genetic engineering companies v. organic farming etc.
An example of the disappearance of people who oppose the establishment has been demonstrated in England by a bloke named Dr. Kelly. He was assigned by
the United Nations to go and investigate the “weapons of mass destruction” situation in Iraq. On returning to England he said that there weren't
any, and six months later got “knocked off”, murdered. His assessment went against the U.N. s justification to go to war and steal another
countries oil. Famous quote: “If you want to rule the world, you need to control oil”, (Michel Collon). This is why the petrochemical companies
abhor alternative energy.
The same principle applies in medical research. It’s all down to economics and the “fat cats” remaining in the position of complete control they
are in. The stronger a country’s economy the more power over the world they have and politicians are all about power and control; they love it. I am
aware that it may not be the same with your government, but this is exactly the mentality of ours in England.
I have so much more info to give you if you are interested. Sorry about the long reply to your question but I could “bang –on” forever on this
subject, probably about ten pages worth! When my book is finished I will tell you. "Modern Medicine Meets Mind and Metaphysics" is the title
One question for you if you don't mind me asking. What was the Canadian government's intention by hiring you to challenge the pharmaceutical industry?
I apologise if this sounds a bit intrusive, but you have a fascinating background, it is relevant to the thread and you have provoked my interest in
BTW you would probably enjoy the film “Michael Clayton”, also relevant here.
Kindest regards, spacemon.
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