If the working  class population has not been insulted and abused enough by the corporate piggy-bank elite, they are now in the midst of their suffering from an escalating unemployment rate, housing, food and health-care crisis, being treated to more of the same by the syndicated-crime bosses in the legalized drug-cartel.


You’d think that after all the trials Pfizer and Eli Lily have undergone in recent years, that they might learn a lesson on coming down a little from their lofty thrones.—But no, they just keep on climbing higher in their feelings of greatness, and see nothing wrong with extortion prices to afford their elite lifestyles.


Drug companies hiked their prices between 7.9-15% from the first quarter of 2008 and 2009. It seems like they have no consideration for anything but their continuous increase in profits. Probably they will make your heart bleed, that, ‘oh yeah!—but it’s to invest in more research and blah, blah, blah!’ Well, in reality it is to pad their personal bank accounts and stock portfolios, and you know it.

Maybe one way to better invest in research is to decrease the salaries and bonuses of every CEO and their top executives, and invest all that selfish profit into the research they claim to justify the price hikes.


In my opinion, the drive for limitless selfish personal financial gain when global poverty is on the rise, is a mental disorder which needs to be addressed. This illness which possesses the small circle of the wealthiest Global elite cannot be treated by money. To treat these people successfully, they have to lose their authority to control money. 


The Rule of Law has been abandoned by the top leaders of the Health-care industry as much as by the leaders of all the biggest corporations, and it has been replaced by the Law of Money. The entire legal system needs to be overthrown, including the FDA, because it has been run by the Law of Money against what is acceptable in a civilized democracy.



About Ironsides

I was born in 1951 with Arthrogryposis, developed scoliosis at ten years old, but travelled alot and worked in several countries with a religious cult. All my adult life I have had to live with others, and after three respiratory-failures I had to move into a long-term care institution.
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