AIDS by Prescription: ‘Specific Drugs cause Specific AIDS-defining diseases’

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 “300-Billion-dollar AID$ fraud”

“Toxic drugs that cause the very disease they are supposed to prevent”

Dr. Peter Duesberg
the first scientist to map
the genetic structure of retroviruses.”
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RT: Millions of children prescribed antipsychotic drugs they don’t need

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“US psychiatrists prescribe antipsychotic drugs to children in one third of all visits, which is a rate almost three times higher than during the 1990’s.”

We have a national catastrophe,” Dr. Peter Breggin told US News & World Report. “This is a situation where we have ruined the brains of millions of children.  RT

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Solving the drug problem by seizing the banks?

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“In March 2010, Wachovia was found guilty of having laundered at least $378 billion (yes, billion with a “b”) in drug money from 2004-07 for Mexican drug cartels, the same gangs that have wreaked murder and misery on much of Mexico, leaving more than 40,000 dead. Without money launderers, the big-time drug cartels cannot function.”

“Not one Wachovia executive spent a night or even an hour in jail, although the value of their crime was 1 billion times greater than the average street dealer.” LiberationNews.org.

“Houston, we have a problem!”: Lethal Legal Drugs

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Prescription Drugs kill 300 percent more Americans than Illegal Drugs

by David Gutierrez

naturalnews.com

A report by the Florida Medical Examiners Commission has concluded that prescription drugs have outstripped illegal drugs as a cause of death.

An analysis of 168,900 autopsies conducted in Florida in 2007 found that three times as many people were killed by legal drugs as by cocaine, heroin and all methamphetamines put together. According to state law enforcement officials, this is a sign of a burgeoning prescription drug abuse problem.

“The abuse has reached epidemic proportions,” said Lisa McElhaney, a sergeant in the pharmaceutical drug diversion unit of the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. “It’s just explosive.”

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