Meanwhile on the US side:
Prior to “Obamacare” law passing in early 2010, the Obama regime made a “secret deal” with all of the United States drug companies with their head lobbyist confirming this to be true in a recently discovered email from Billy Tauzin, the head of Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), to former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Jim Messina (who is now Obama’s 2012 campaign manager) clearly stating before this laws passage, “we will deliver a final yes to you by morning.”
The “secret agreement” made between the Obama regime and these American drug companies, this report says, was that in exchange for the US not prosecuting them for the deaths due to their faulty (if not outright fraudulent) drugs foisted upon the American people, they would, in turn, all agree not to campaign against Obamacare nor spend any money advertising against it.
To the number of deaths directly related to these American drug companies fearing US government retribution, this report continues, the facts are beyond shocking and detail how faulty and fraudulent pharmaceuticals have killed at least 2 million Americans over the past decade alone.
The figure of 2 million Americans being killed by US government-drug company collusion may, in fact, be even higher as the estimated death figures she used were those detailed by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on their own official webpage that lists these deplorable statistics:
Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR):
Over 2 MILLION serious ADRs yearly
100,000 DEATHS yearly
ADRs 4th leading cause of death ahead of pulmonary disease, diabetes, AIDS, pneumonia, accidents and automobile deaths
Ambulatory patients ADR rate—unknown
Nursing home patients ADR rate— 350,000 yearly
Not included in these statistics, however, this report says, are the estimated 500,000 deaths blamed on the heavily-promoted anti-pain drug Vioxx that was released by Merck & Company (one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world) in 1999 and pulled from the market in 2004.
[from the European Union Times]
capitalism at work.
as the great paul revere abbey said:
“Capitalism sounds good in theory but it just doesn’t work.”
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