Pharma discovers seniors: injections against old age


Apr 24, 2022
In the last three years, a new scam in the pharmaceutical industry has become apparent: miracle drugs are being marketed with sometimes absurd promises. If they don't work, they were used too little or too seldom, and otherwise it would have been much worse.

Fighting old age and death with pharmaceutical technology, at least for a limited time, certainly corresponds to the wishes of many people and so a lot of profit can be expected from it. It will take decades to determine whether the desired effect will be achieved. The main thing is that you don't have to take care of your health yourself.

Everything used to be easier: Even before school, you learned to take responsibility for yourself and others, such as your younger siblings: When in doubt, you were responsible for your own bruised knee as well as for the younger sibling's dirty pants. Bad grades were your own fault when you were in school. Anyone who later started smoking or drank alcohol knew that this was bad for their health. All in all, one was aware of the finiteness of his life in general and of the early finiteness of a poor lifestyle in particular. In addition to the hereditary disposition, which one could not influence, one was aware of one's own influence within the individual framework.

Today it seems to be an advertising ploy by resourceful pharmaceutical suppliers to relieve people of this personal responsibility. Because of their simplicity, there is only so much money to be made from a healthy lifestyle and diet. Where would the shares in the food and pharmaceutical industries be if the consumption of more and more products were replaced by knowledge and personal responsibility? Therefore: Anyone who is a "factory smoker" with a body mass index above 30 and drags himself to fast food every day according to the motto "No sports" is considered a "vulnerable group" and should best be "protected" with the most modern pharmaceutical means. will. And of course everyone around has to be vaccinated to protect these "vulnerables" - out of "solidarity".

It is also interesting that diseases that can occur in old age and aging itself are increasingly being defined as a disease. There is nothing wrong with a long, healthy life – to a large extent, each individual can contribute to it. But here, too, the development is moving away from personal responsibility and towards pharmaceutical and technological products. On the website , for example, investors can find out how to earn money with the desire to live a long life.

Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and heart diseases are now to be tackled with vaccines. In an interview with the medium, which specializes in technologically generated longevity, the Chief Medical Officer speaks of a paradigm shift, because it should now move away from treatment and towards prevention. But here, of course, it is not a healthy life that is being advertised, but – how could it be any different in times of the pharmaceutical gold rush – a vaccination. "Imagine you're in your late 30s and he tells you that, based on your family history, he recommends that you get two shots a year from now on to potentially prevent Alzheimer's."

"Good joke", you might think, by the time I'm old enough to know if it might have helped, the company has already made billions, and if I still get sick, then it was probably another "vaccination breakthrough". I can then – if the company still exists after half a century – claim it or not, since the manufacturer will never speak of a 100% effect. Non-transparent data will then ensure that it will never be possible to prove that the remedy may not work at all. Even if there were more Alzheimer's patients in 50 years than today in an age-standardized way, the assertion still remains that it would have been much worse without the injections.

The pharmaceutical industry is benefiting from the sugar industry's decades-long campaign of lies that sugar is healthy and fat is bad. We know from biochemistry that the opposite is the case. Diseases associated with dementia are also known as type III diabetes. They can be avoided and even reversed with low-carbohydrate (sugar) diets, such as the ketogenic diet. But this is not in the interests of Big Pharma and the healthcare industry, because it reduces sales and profits.

The pharmaceutical industry seems to keep using similar patterns to sell more products. Organizations that earn their money from the sale of pharmaceutical products donate – earmarked, of course – to the WHO, which, with the willing consent of the government, is becoming increasingly involved in the medical affairs of the member states and also in mandatory treatments.

Instead of fighting diseases caused by wealth with pharmaceutical drugs, one should think about a healthy lifestyle and an ultimately unavoidable end of life. Everyone can ensure that their life is healthy, fulfilling, as long as possible and dignified within their own framework. After all, there are already tried and tested means with which life can be made healthier on one's own responsibility.

People for whom this responsibility alone seems too difficult can turn to their fellow human beings, because self-responsibility does not mean being a lone wolf. Above all, it means getting in touch with others, exchanging ideas and helping each other. Because that's what we humans are here for.