After my ‘Should the NHS Fund Statins’ rant last month, it seems that i’m not alone in thinking these things…
The idea that a healthy liver should be medicated simply to make more profit for Big Pharma and for no other reason is disgusting, and any doctor who is prescribing medication simply because they are being incentivised with money should be struck off for mal practice.
As i said in my recent post ‘What Your Doctor Doesn’t Tell You… #youarebeingfarmed’…
The medical community and Big Pharma make far too much money out of your sickness, so of course you can’t expect your doctor to tell you the truth, he’s incentivised to keep you sick.
…has, i think, been fully supported by this Sunday Express article.
I can at least take some solace in the fact that there are senior health care professionals out there who are in agreement with me and willing to speak out on this at last.
When the NHS is struggling so badly for money, we now have doctors being bribed to medicate their patients’ healthy livers in order to give them a whole raft of side effects that will require further medication and medical intervention while all the time politicians, with their own snouts in Big Pharma’s gravy trough, are trying to convince the electorate that the only solution is to throw even more money into Big Pharma’s coffers through the NHS.
Who benefits? The only people who benefit from any of this are doctors, who own a lot of shares in Big Pharma corporations themselves, and other shareholders of Big Pharma corporations – like wealthy politicians – and also political parties who are funded by them. Certainly, very few people being prescribed statins will benefit at all, and most people being prescribed statins will suffer worse for it.
Isn’t it about time that all Big Pharma share holders were made public? I would love to know how many health care professionals in this country, and their close relatives, have shares in pharmaceutical corporations, and then i’d love to see the prescribing practices of those health care professionals in relation to which corporations they were having a preference for in their prescribing habits. Now that would certainly be an interesting read!
At the end of the day, there are simply too many people with their snouts in the trough. It’s up to you to change your lifestyle and diet to avoid any of this. Stop being farmed!