The Documentation About "Codex Alimentarius"
Pharmaceutical Industry Investment Branch:
The Fight for the Continuance of the "Business With Disease"
As the graphic below shows, the pharmaceutical industry is one of the
most lucrative industries today. Profits exceeded 500% in only 10 years.
The greed of the majority shareholders of the pharmaceutical groups fuels
the unethical Codex plans.
"Five hundred percent profit in only ten years."
With this promise, the pharmaceutical industry entices small investors
into the lucrative "business with disease."
Dr. Matthias Rath exposed the pharmaceutical industry as an economic
force dependent on the "business with the disease." He proclaimed
that the pharmaceutical industry shuns effective treatments and embraces
diseases. When diseases flourish, shareholders prosper.
This is How You Make Money in the Health Trend!
Advertising for pharmaceutical shares via mail. Banks, the main
shareholders in pharmaceutical companies, are trying to
entice small investors to stabilize the house of cards.
The pharmaceutical industry and its investors are now trying to bolster
their credibility via an advertising campaign touting a "Pharmaceutical
Fund" offered by a bank.
The high use of pharmaceuticals by senior citizens has boosted
pharmaceutical prices. Each patient who falls for this trickery
finances the extension of his own illness with his own money.
Basis of the pharmaceutical industry:
The "business with the disease"
- The pharmaceutical industry bases its existence on the "business
with the disease." As with other segments of the economy, the pharmaceutical
industry wants to expand its market - patients as well as diseases.
- The prevention, treatment and eradication of diseases are bad for
the pharmaceutical industry and thus must be attacked.
- As a direct result, the ills of civilization, such as heart and circulatory
diseases, high blood pressure, cardiac insufficiency, cancer, osteoporosis
and others are spreading.
- According to statements of the German health insurance companies,
24,000 useless pharmaceutical preparations are on the market. (AOK magazine
- The dangerous side effects of prescription drugs are now the fourth
most common cause of death. (Journal of the American Medical Association
dated April 15, 1998)