The Phenomenological Greed of the Health Care System

“The lifestyle we plan on leading must be approached proactively; this is not only necessary, but critical in order to having a healthy life and to avoid being a victim of the pharmaceutical run medical system.”

Sickness is a great business, and the pharmaceutical industry knows this very well. They would have you to believe they are in the health business, but they are not. They are in the business of sickness. And, judging from a business perspective, it is brilliant, but at the same time, corrupt. They are not isolated in the business of sickness; many other associates are involved: the medical system, drug companies with their research departments, and government to supervise and create the sort of treadmill the populous run on: symptomatic treatment, while avoiding cures and prosecuting those who would dare try.

As a society, we are lead to believe that everything is not so bad, and we rationalize this theory by comparing ourselves to those who are worse off. It is an outright lie. We are standing on a precipice of no return, and the outcome will affect everyone on the planet. Things just could not be worse.

The powers have been trained to brainwash society from the very beginning as people place their faith in prescribed drugs for the treatment of diseases and ill health. The populus view vitamins, no matter the source or quality as a safeguard in order to prevent the disease process. The pharmaceutical companies are double ending since they own most of the main vitamin companies yet their ownership is not well known, as they hide behind the trusted names while marketing their patented drugs, the root of their wealth, while the so called natural alternative are to take the entire treatment options. The average person does not give any credence to the notion that a truly natural alternative to the drugs even exists it is only discovered through organic education.

It has become crystal clear that our current health care system needs to be medicated. And not with pharmaceutical drugs that have thousands of side effects but with compassion and understanding on how this broken system is ruining millions of lives. To clearly observe an example of greed, we need to examine the opioid crisis that is still causing unnecessary suffering.

In 2019 many “Sackler beneficiaries, including the Metropolitan Museum and the New York Academy of Sciences, are reviewing their donation policies as a result of publicity and legal actions surrounding the family and its company, Purdue Pharma, the maker of the groundbreaking, enormously profitable and frequently-abused painkiller OxyContin.”[1] Court documents had accused the eight family members of misleading the public and doctors about the dangers of abusing OxyContin, a pill that is more potent than heroin or morphine. “They are accused of deceiving doctors and patients and directing sales and marketing techniques that drove huge over-prescribing and ever stronger doses for many patients who should never have been prescribed the pills in the first place.”[2]

These sorts of things do not materialize undercover: the drugs were prescribed, follow-up visits were made. Why were the prescriptions still written when the opioid addiction epidemic reached extraordinary measures, affecting and devastating a huge number of lives? Though it is an important step to call out the creators of the medication, another question arises: what were the medical boards, the FDA and Health Canada doing, where was the oversight for safety? Pharmaceutical drugs are given plenty of leeway as long as the profits continue rising and doctors keep prescribing. Had this been a natural vitamin, the product would immediately be recalled and warnings would be flashing on every news channel. Though a profitable drug just gets the free pass.

Another example of greed is how thyroid disease is treated. According to Dr. Peter Ubel, scientist at Duke Medical University, “the problem with all that neck checking—there’s no evidence it saves lives. But there is solid evidence that it leads to diagnoses of non-threatening thyroid cancers. Here’s a picture showing the dramatic increase in cancer diagnoses over the last four decades (the two rising lines) and the unchanged percent of Americans dying of thyroid cancer (the completely flat line at the bottom):”[3]

“So why would drug companies care about thyroid cancer diagnoses? Because once people have thyroid surgery, they usually need to take thyroid replacement pills. Or if they get thyroid radiation, they take medications like Thyrogen, manufactured by Sanofi Genzyme, one of the corporate sponsors of the thyroid screening public service announcements.”[4]

In another article by Dr. Peter Ubel written in Forbes magazine, “[b]est-selling author and healthcare journalist Elisabeth Rosenthal refers to insurance companies as ‘well-deserved villains,’ joined in that ignominious category by pharmaceutical companies and hospitals, who have greedily jacked up their prices.”[5]

Everyone wants to get a slice from the multitrillion dollar industry: drug companies, device manufacturers, hospital organizations, physician groups, and insurers. “At its extreme, such greed leads people like ‘pharma bro’ Martin Shkreli to hike their prices 10-fold, 100-fold, or more, placing affordable medical care out of the reach of people who need it.”[6]

The problem is that people have been led to believe there is nothing else as an option available for them, or that they are maybe unable to pay for natural medication when they know they have health insurance that pays for some or all of the drugs. The Hippocratic oath of doing no harm that doctors take no longer has any significance as they mouth the words and do the very opposite. How else can properly prescribed medication be the third leading cause of death?  The article follows with asking the reader to “[c]onsider a shameful practice among many oncologists. Some of them prescribe unnecessarily expensive chemotherapy for their patients to pad their bottom lines. This behavior is encouraged by our reimbursement system known as ‘buy and bill,’ in which oncology practices purchase medications, give them to their patients, and then bill insurance companies for the medications after marking the price up 6%.”[7]

This is wilful intent, putting a known toxic poison into the arms of their trusting patients causing harm and aguish to them and their loved ones solely for money. It is hypocrisy and criminal in the highest order, they are worse than drug pushers on the street yet these doctors carry no stigma, instead they are revered by society.

Of course, we cannot forget the #1 wealth transfer for the health care system, Covid19, which broke all records. It is sick and despicable how much wealth was made to keep the pandemic going and this is just the tip of the iceberg. The CEOs from pharma companies became billionaires through Covid19 by staying the course and pushing out vaccines for greater shareholder profits. Articles reported that “Covid vaccine profits mint 9 new pharma billionaires” [8] and that “US health insurers doubled profits in second quarter amid pandemic.”[9]

According to Gerald Posner, author of Pharma: Greed, Lies, and the Poisoning of America, “’Pharmaceutical companies view Covid-19 as a once-in-a-lifetime business opportunity.’  (…) Dozens of companies are now vying to make them. ‘They’re all in that race,’ said Posner, who described the potential payoffs for winning the race as huge. The global crisis ‘will potentially be a blockbuster for the industry in terms of sales and profits,’ he said, adding that ‘the worse the pandemic gets, the higher their eventual profit.’[10]

We must be diligent in all things—our health rests between our own two hands. Globally we are fighting for our health; this is why making educated choices is a must. The lifestyle we plan on leading must be approached proactively; this is not only necessary, but critical in order to having a healthy life and to avoid being a victim of the pharmaceutical run medical system. I know, it is getting more difficult to find but once you truly taste the healing power of real natural medicine, you will never go back to the treadmill of sickness enslaved in the cycle of filling prescriptions to maintain your illness, while suppressing the symptoms. A change of diet, increased activity to keep your brain releasing endorphins and taking natural medicine to bring your body into a state of health, so that the body heals itself, provides you a better quality of life and a sound mind.

After Covid Protocol: 

Laktokhan: 1 capsule before breakfast and dinner. The immune health of the gut lining, the mucosal layer within the gut, influences your intestinal flora and your entire immune system. This protective barrier separates what you consume and the inner intestinal wall.

Melapure® Melatonin: 30mg per day taken two hours before bed. A powerful antioxidant and a biocompatible competitor of hydrazine in reduction of graphene oxide (GO).

Immunity 4 in 1: 2 capsules 3 times per day with food. A single ingredient is rarely as effective as when taken with other supporting nutrients. It contains pure vitamin C, a powerful detoxing agent against heavy metal poisoning, useful for graphene oxide removal; pure vitamin D; quercetin, a flavonoid which is antiviral and anti-inflammatory and citrus bioflavonoids.

Zinc Picolinate: 1 capsule twice per day taken with food. Zinc is involved in more than 200 enzymatic reactions and plays a key role in genetic expression, cell division, and growth.

Thymus Gland: 3 capsules 3 times per day taken with food. The thymus gland produces T-cells, our body’s immune defence, and plays a significant role in the regulation of adaptive immune responses. Insufficiencies of the thymus gland may lead to abnormal thymic function and may be an intrinsic factor for severe long term covid disease among younger individuals.

L-Glycine: 2 capsules taken 3 times per day with Thymus Gland. The amino acid glycine is for the biosynthesis of heme (iron), a key component of haemoglobin, essential for red blood cell integrity and optimal oxygen capacity.

Thyrodine® Thyroid Gland: 1 capsule with breakfast and dinner. Thyroid is running close to epidemic levels, affecting radiation toxicity and hormone imbalance.

Lumbrokinase: 30mg 3 times per day taken with Thymus Gland. It is for the degradation of prion peptides and amyloids with improved cell viability. Currently unavailable in Canada but can be ordered from the USA.

CLAW Therapy: 3 capsules 3 times per day. An oral chelation therapy with EDTA designed to safely remove heavy metals from the body.  Increased incidence of thyroid disease can be linked to an over-burden of toxins by pollution. Available only to health care practitioners under the Doctor’s Choice brand.

DMSO Liquid and Colloidal Silver spray (20% ethanol): add 30 drops of DMSO liquid into a 50ml bottle of Colloidal Silver, shake well and spray once into each nostril and once in the mouth. Reduces the pathogenicity risk of COVID-19 by up to 88%.

Clinically studied on front line Covid-19 healthcare workers, intranasal inhalation spray may destroy the viruses’ structure, break the virus transmission chain, and reduces the pathogenicity risk, nasal spray composed of DMSO and ethanol causing total turmoil in the breeding and replicating virus herd inside the nasopharynx and throat. Study was performed at the Shahroud University of Medical Sciences in Iran.[11]




[1] Marshall, Alex. 2019.

[2] Walters, Joanna. 2019.

[3] Ubel, Peter. 2018.

[4] ibid.

[5] Ubel, Peter. 2021.

[6] ibid.

[7] ibid.

[8] Ziady, Hanna. 2021.

[9] Holpuch, Amanda. 2020.

[10] Lerner, Sharon. 2020.

[11] Hosseinzadeh, Ali 2021.