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Yesterday, I reported at Natural Blaze that a Gloucester, Massachusetts police department fed up with Big Pharma posted the top 5 CEO salaries and emails online. Their Facebook status erupted with cheers in the comments and many shares. The department bemoaned the city’s drug problem and took aim at Big Pharma’s role in creating addiction through prescription opioid painkillers.
The Big Pharma salaries were as follows:
5. Eli Lilly – John Lechleiter $14.48 million firstname.lastname@example.org 317-276-2000
4. Abbott Labs – Miles D. White $17.7 million email@example.com 847-937-6100
3. Merck – Kenneth C. Frazier $25 million + cool private jet. firstname.lastname@example.org 908-423-1000
2. Johnson & Johnson – Alex Gorsky $20.38 million email@example.com 732-524-0400
1. Pfizer – Ian Read $23.3 million firstname.lastname@example.org 212-573-2323
The department urged people to politely press the CEOs about their companies’ roles in the statistic that 80% of drug addiction starts with “gateway” legal painkillers. Indeed, the FDA just approved opiate use for children even though states where medical marijuana is legal have seen a 25% drop in painkiller deaths. And, a major review last year found that pharmaceutical painkillers cause more deaths than cocaine and heroin combined.
The department’s urging worked…
Read the rest of the story at This Police Department Just Challenged Big Pharma and Won
That this very intelligent, coherent interview with Mike Adams was canned begs the question: Do we have a free, independent media or do we have a propaganda machine for the corporate elite? Is every form of media an advertisement for corporate products, profits and control?
Has it ever occurred to you that you can build your health and thereby avoid the deleterious effects of drugs, radiation, chemotherapy, surgery, etc? If so, you can read Mike’s brilliant answers to The Atlantic’s questions at the link below. Share this information with your friends and family; it might save their lives.
We have lost honest discourse within the mainstream media; thank goodness for the vast amount of information on the Internet. Yesterday’s TCR article on the admission of the US government that cannabis cures cancer is one tiny detail that deserves to be on the front page of every newspaper and the first words on every radio and TV program. Do your research on the Internet, folks, before subjecting yourself to toxic treatments that have even more grievous side effects.
Next post – suggested sites for research.