England’s failure in the war on cancer: lunacy on parade

The NHS gets a very poor rap but when you look at the founding in 1948 after the 2nd WW alongside full employment and free education in a country pretty devastated by the bombing it was amazing. That it has taken the ruling class 70 years to decimate it is also pretty miraculous.

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England’s failure in the war on cancer: lunacy on parade

by Jon Rappoport

May 2, 2017

“In the long, long run, the medical cartel is Globalism’s most important component. It pacifies populations through poisons called medicines. And the propaganda wing of the cartel is so successful that citizens, watching the news at night, seeing men in white coats descending from a plane into a Third-World country, ready to treat people suffering from starvation and sewage piped directly into the drinking water, believe this is a humanitarian mission—as if drugs or vaccines could cure starvation.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

How would you assess these outcomes? The drugs failed to prolong life for more than a few months. The drugs were highly toxic and harmed the patients. Prior clinical trials of the drugs showed no appreciable benefits, but the drugs were released for public use anyway.

World pharmacy news reports a stunning…

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