ANIMATION/FINANCIAL MELTDOWN/SHRINK FRAUD
by Jon Rappoport
May 15, 2012
Breaking News: Click here to access all the articles on this FDA Genocide Murder news story.
19 May 2012 Update:
I have to insert this breaking story first….it’s a page on the FDA official website that describes that the FDA DOES, in fact, know about the horrific effects of the drugs they’ve been certifying as safe and effective!! Click here to see the FDA’s page.
The page is titled: WHY LEARN ABOUT ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS?
It’s a header for a seminar of some kind, a module that is now a dead link.
And here is what the FDA confesses to on this page at their own site!!
* Over 2 million serious adverse drug reactions (ADRs) a year in the US.
* 100,000 deaths yearly from medical drugs.
* ADRs are the fourth leading cause of death in the US, ahead of pulmonary disease, diabetes, AIDS, pneumonia, accidents, and automobile deaths.
(Note: At the bottom of this FDA page, it says “Page Last Updated: 02/03/2010”)
For years, I’ve been presenting these figures, and I’ve said the FDA has to know about them. But here is the smoking gun!!
THEY KNOW. Yet, the FDA takes no responsibility for certifying and okaying the drugs that are killing and maiming people!!
This is astounding. This is mind-boggling.
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Today, I have several topics.
I’m now, together with my colleague, Theo, creating cartoons. It’s quite an interesting medium. We’ve released two:
Or you can just Google “Jon Rappoport YouTube” and you’ll see them.
There are more in the works.
Since, in certain key respects, we’re all living in a cartoon, the animation medium delivers some rather powerful resonances and reminders.
Topic two, HOW AMERICA CAN COPY GREECE’S MELTDOWN.
The blueprint is easy. Even the man on the street can understand it.
The government overspends. Then it overspends a lot more, and a lot more. Then it invests in worthless junk, which blows up in its face.
That’s the sketch, and Greece has performed admirably.
America is on the road. It just needs to keep going.
Senator Jeff Sessions recently ordered a report on the federal government’s unfunded liability stemming from Obamacare. “Unfunded liability,” translated, means:
“We will have to pay for it but we have no idea where we’re going to get the money, and even printing it out of thin air has to stop somewhere…”
Here is the cost for Obamacare, over the next 75 years. Remember, this is not the total plan, it’s just the unfunded-liability piece. Ready?
Seventeen trillion dollars.
Mainly, that 17 trillion will represent the feds subsidizing (paying for) health insurance premiums and (the feds paying for) increased numbers of people on Medicaid.
But wait, there’s more. During the next 75 years, the federal government will also incur a few more expenses that are dangling out there in the wind. Unavoidable expenses:
Social Security: $7 trillion.
Medicare: $38 trillion.
Medicaid: $20 trillion (in addition to the trillions of $$ it’ll take to deal with all the new people on the Medicaid program mentioned above).
Current federal debt: $17 trillion.
You add it all up and you get $97 trillion.
This isn’t the total of the federal budget. Not by a long shot.
But WE HAVE TO SPEND ALL THIS MONEY.
WE REALLY HAVE TO.
BECAUSE WE HAVE TO.
This is what collectivism gives you. This is what it costs. This is what it takes to make it work. This is Utopia, remember? This is the longed-for end product of courting votes—excuse me, I meant creating paradise.
What’s the obvious conclusion, aside from just melting down? We have to change the money system, right? Since the system we have can’t sustain such gargantuan outlays, we need to go on a different course.
Perhaps, we could have units called ALTRUSIM MONEY. These would be handsome certificates, suitable for framing, that would be given out as paychecks to those people who are designated as CARE GIVERS. You know, COLLECTIVIST contributors to the GENERAL WELFARE OF THE NATION.
And these caregivers, who by the way would number in the MILLIONS, would live in huge apartment complexes in cities, in tiny one-room apartments. Doctors, nurses, bus drivers, government bureaucrats. Firemen, cops, FBI, paramedics, military and ex-military. Street sweepers, teachers, hospital employees, community organizers. You get the idea.
With ALTRUISM MONEY, they would be permitted to obtain the essentials of survival from a government depot. And that would be their lives, the sum total of their assets. Period.
All for the common good, of course.
And the doctor who is performing emergency surgery on your brain after a car accident, who is wearing the same smock day after day, who earns the equivalent of a thousand dollars a month, will certainly do his very best to re-wire your synapses in this, his sixth operation of the day…
And finally, the third topic of the day: SHRINK FRAUD.
The DSM lists all the official mental disorders (over 300) which shrinks can bill insurance companies for, when they treat patients. It’s also “the best thinking” of the shrink world. It’s a dud and a hoax, of course, as I’ve been documenting rather relentlessly. There is no blood or urine test or any other kind of physical test that confirms a diagnosis of ANY of these mental disorders.
This fifth edition of the DSM will greatly expand the “mental disorder” called “addiction.” All sorts of new addictions will be officially labeled disorders, and therefore the pharmaceutical industry can develop and sell more and more (toxic) drugs to treat patients.
At this pace, most human behavior will end up in the DSM as disorders. Which is the whole point.
The public will buy into these diagnoses.
Somewhere, somehow, I believe Hillary Clinton sees herself as the Queen overseeing a planet where all 10 billion people are diagnosed as mentally disordered and receiving treatment. Just a thought.
Or a new cartoon.
The author of an explosive new collection, THE MATRIX REVEALED, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world.