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Pharmacologists are producing a great many wonder drugs where the cure is almost worse than the disease. Every year a new edition of medical text books contains a longer and longer chapter on what are called iatrogenic diseases, that is to say, diseases caused by doctors.
–Aldous Huxley, from his speech, “The Ultimate Revolution,” 1962
The headline and epigraph are gleaned from both the printed and spoken words of Aldous Huxley, author of Brave New World. While Huxley’s novel was a seminal work within the futuristic genre (all the more startling because it was written in 1932), his comment about the downsides of the coming pharmacological deluge may have had a double edge given he was also a proponent of population control.
In the speech he gave at Berkeley 40 years ago, Huxley also warned: ;Many of the wonder drugs are extremely dangerous. They can produce extraordinary effects in critical conditions-they should certainly be used-but they should be used with the utmost caution.;
Therefore, today, shouldn’t we be asking ourselves: Have pharmaceuticals been used with the utmost caution? Have they been used too often?Are they safe?
Are you aware, for instance, that the monetary and driving force behind Bayer, the maker of aspirin, Cipro (the supposed anthrax silver bullet), the infamous Baycol, and so much more has been the Rockefellers, who also are deep into population control, as in depopulation?
Rockefeller’s Standard Oil was half owner of Bayer, a subdivision of I.G. Farben-the most nefarious corporation in Hitler’s war machine. So vital was the industrial giant to the Nazi cause that General Eisenhower’s post-war investigative committee concluded:
;Without I.G.;s immense productive facilities, its far-reaching research, varied technical experience and overall concentration of economic power, Germany would not have been in the position to start its aggressive war in September 1939.;
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