Many people wonder if the doctors are involved in the shady tactics of the drug makers to push their crappy medications on us or if, like so many, they have just been duped into believing the lies? I think we probably have a lot of both these days.
I know there are the doctors out there who are only in it for the money and power. They get paid ridiculous amounts of money to ensure that medications are promoted and pushed as being “safe” and “beneficial”. These heartless, cruel, people do not give a damn about anyone else or the damage they are causing.
Then there are the doctors who truly are good people and set out to help those in need. But along the way, someone put the blinders on them and they can’t see the reality of the situation. They are the people who want to believe in the best and just can’t see when someone is feeding them a bunch of lies. They just accept what the drug makers say as true and then pass it along as if it were “the gospel” (so they say).
You also will find doctors who started out as honest people, wanting to help others. Then along the way, they started to realize… this just isn’t right. They know that the drugs are hurting people, but they are now so used to the life that pushing these drugs provides, that they are too big a coward to do something about it. Instead, they battle their conscience every day and continue to do what they know in their heart is wrong.
And lastly, but never least, are the doctors who start out as honest people, discover the truth about drugs and drug companies… and speak out against them and unveil the truth to everyone. These doctors are the real heros here. Not letting the lure of money drag them into a life of lies and deceat.
Don’t get me wrong, I am not against all prescription drugs. I realize there are many medications that are necessary and help people live better lives. I just think that certain types of drugs have turned into this terrible experiment of tremendous magnitute. And that we are in the hands of far too many money hungry drug companies, doctors, medical facilities, CEOs, and media giants.