Pharma Facts

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The pharmaceutical industry portrays itself as an industry fighting to prevent and eliminate diseases but, behind the pretext of this noble cause, it is extorting billions of dollars in subsidies from dozens of governments and is demanding blind obedience from hundreds of millions of patients. The drug industry is trying to establish a global monopoly as the sole “purveyor of health.”

In fact, the pharmaceutical drug industry is not a health industry at all, it is an investment business. While pretending to deliver health to the world, its entire existence is based on promoting diseases as multi-billion dollar markets for patented drugs. Anyone can easily see that the entire business model of the pharmaceutical industry is based on fraud and deception.

The elimination of diseases, the very goal the drug industry pretends to serve, is actually being vigorously fought against by this industry, for an obvious reason: the disappearance of diseases would destroy the global drug market based upon which they are based and ultimately the drug industry itself.

To continue this “largest fraud in the history of mankind” against growing resistance, the drug industry is using major portions of its billions in profits to finance political stakeholders, to bribe health professionals and to buy the media.

In 1997 Dr. Rath described the drug industry as the “biggest obstacle to world health” and since then, numerous books have been published describing the devastating impact that this organized fraud has on people and societies around the world. Here is a selection of those books:

After the banking and oil industries, the pharmaceutical “business with disease” is the next global industry fighting for the survival of its credibility.

The Truth About the Drug Companies

Overdosed America

Selling Sickness

Seeking Sickness

The Big Fix

Our Daily Meds

The Great White Hoax


Prescription for Profit

Medical Research For Hire

Inside The FDA

On The Take

Side Effects: Death


Die Krankheitserfinder

For books on the history of the pharmaceutical cartel click here.