posted on Jul, 11 2013 @ 03:38 PM
reply to post by Ex_CT2
ETA: Okay. Upon re-reading I do understand what you're saying. Yes, NaturalNews/NaturalWhatever is capable of hyperbole. Whether they're being
hypocritical depends on how your parse what they're saying.
Here is the problem I have with this issue.
On one hand, you have corrupt drug companies (this is documented fact as nearly all of them have received criminal convictions in the court of law)
and on the other hand you have natural news, (which lie or manipulate information to make it as though the drug companies are the only
on the stage).
NN, and all the rest like them, usually push "natural" remedies whether or not they are proven effective, just as hard as the drug companies do.
They are wanna be drug companies.
When I hear these stories I want to hear them relating to the consumer level.
Is this new drug a profit making ship for the drug companies? Yes. If there is wide access to people will it be beneficial? Yes.
Is a "natural" answer the key? No. Is the drug companies' answer the key? No.
Are there natural answers that can be as beneficial as the drug answers? Yes.
There needs to be reform in our very fundamental thoughts related to the issue. And instead of someone to clear away the hyperbole, we have NN, making
it worse. Dem vs Con wars passing over to a new stage.
edit on 11-7-2013 by boncho because: (no reason given)