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He's been discussed elsewhere
I'll take your word for it, I picked him based on his over-medication statement I added. There's many respected organisations concerned with truly observable extreme abuse re over-medication, I think most of us will have heard about the highest concerns in the US.He's been discussed elsewhere
Guy sells a 21day health course that will cure or prevent covid and all manner of other diseases,he's a joke in the medical community thats definitely antivaxx for his own benefit
The same goes for cancer drugs which make way more yet Merck markets multiple crappy and great options - is your theory only applicable to covid? The point is there would be zero barrier to Merck making gazillions from Ivermectin by simply putting it in a shiny box and telling people it might work. You'd be surprised how many people refuse generics.
erm ... you absolutely do NOT need thousands of people in on it, a handful of execs and interested parties that influence the WHO / CDC / SAHPRA etc is more than enoughPeople who continually push the Big Pharma narrative believe:
1. Every single person at a pharmaceutical company are involved, from top management all the way down to the people on the production floor;
2. Believe that a pharmaceutical company's goal is to realise a profit (yes, correct...but they neglect the millions spent on R&D, setting up a new production line and training qualified people, and how long it takes to recoup those expensive. Also they forget that a pharmaceutical company actually DOES want to address a specific illness in the first place);
3. Believe ALL doctors and pharmacists are influenced by pharmaceutical companies. Not the case, no need to generalise. But they couldn't care less;
4. If you work for a pharmaceutical company but defend on a medical level, then you're corrupt and are part of the Big Pharma narrative;
5. Forget doctors and pharmacists recite an oath on graduation and are driven by a need to help people (instead of being little keyboard warriors);
6. That Big Pharma has such deep pockets that they are able to buy out the majority of medical people who can prescribe/dispense medication, as well as medical advisory boards and governments from every country on earth.
That's the narrative followed. Don't try change their minds. They're locked into that.
Now the above will be read as excusing the harm pharmaceutical companies have done in the past, but it's simply not the case of the argument at all.
Possible,not really the topic or my area to discussI'll take your word for it, I picked him based on his over-medication statement I added. There's many respected organisations concerned with truly observable extreme abuse re over-medication, I think most of us will have heard about the highest concerns in the US.
Japanese have THAT special gene