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The Conspiracy That Allows Murder Without Accountability
October 3, 2021
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Why do we continue to let Big Pharma and their government lackeys get away with creating problems and then reward them for “solving” the problems that they created? Where aren’t they being held accountable?
Governor Kathy Hochul of New York summarily fires thousands of critical healthcare worker in her state for refusing the dangerous Covid-19 investigational vaccine, then she bloviates about how she is setting up an operations center to “monitor” the staffing crises or having the National Guard step in. Meanwhile, the health of every New Yorker is put at risk due to her self-imposed restriction on medical services.
Now, we have the Sackler family, owners of bankrupted Perdue Pharma, trying to profit from the crises they created. Remember, Perdue Pharma was found guilty of deceptive and illegal marketing practices that directly fueled our massive opioid crises. Their company was ultimately fined $8.3 billion. Yet, this apparently will not affect the Sackler’s bank account much. As reported at the Nation of Change,
“Purdue will be bankrupt, but members of the multi-billionaire Sackler family —who were responsible for the decisions that led to these deaths and profited the most from Purdue’s opioid dealings — will gain near-total immunity from future litigation. By the time the settlement is paid out they most likely will be as wealthy as they ever were. So where does personal responsibility come in?”
Good question. Should this surprise anybody? No accountability, no liability, and profit from the crises that you create–sounds like Big Pharma to me, sounds like Big Government, too.
Dr. Joseph Mercola breaks it down for us in his article The Conspiracy That Allow Murder Without Accountability.
In October 2020, Purdue Pharma — owned and operated by members of the Sackler family — pleaded guilty to federal criminal charges and reached a settlement totaling$8.3 billion. August 11, 2021, a federal judge granted the Sackler family legal immunity against future litigation.
In July 2021, Johnson & Johnson and three drug distributors agreed to pay a combined settlement of $26 billion in a multi-state settlement over their roles in the opioid epidemic. They too got a sweetheart of a deal, as the settlement amounts to just 4% of the four companies’ annual revenue.
In May 2021, the Massachusetts attorney general led a lawsuit against Publicis Health, accusing it of helping Purdue create the deceptive marketing materials used to mislead doctors into prescribing OxyContin.
The Publicis Groupe is a partner of the World Economic Forum, which is leading the call for a Great Reset in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Publicis also funded the startup of NewsGuard, which is now censoring COVID-19 information.
NewsGuard’s health-related service, HealthGuard, is partnered with the Center for Countering Digital Hate — a progressive cancel-culture leader with extensive ties to government and global think tanks that has labeled people questioning the COVID-19 vaccine as “threats to national security.”