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The big drug companies have been doing this for years and they aren't about to stop now. Major companies offer bonuses to doctors and other health advocate whom push pills,treatments, visits, etc

It is all about the money to them , no compassion for life what so ever.

Glad to see that your blog is still active, Daniel.

About 300 years ago the Norman-English aristocracy stopped plotting against and murdering each other and began to almost exclusively (if you don't count wars) use law for criminal purposes.

That empire never took the results of the Revolutionary War or the War of 1812 seriously. Even the Civil War can be seen as a continuation of the struggle between monarchists and commoners.

The monarchy gives special protection to the pharmaceutical industry. No class action suits, for example.

As usual it is all about the money and power. It is absolutely disgusting when someone finally realizes what the hell is going on in the world today.Power,greed, and corruption

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