A SOCIAL EXPERIMENT

By Mark S. McGrew

 

social-experimentI am firmly convinced that the single most destructive problem in America is drugs. If people are not using illegal street drugs, they are drugged out from their family doctor. American television is saturated with drug commercials for anything that you can possibly imagine. Sleep too much? Not enough? Eat too much? Not enough? Do you snore, sneeze, doze, forget, talk too much? Can’t get aroused? Take Viagra. If it doesn’t come down in four hours, see your doctor for more drugs.

There are some 250 drugs that are allowed to be put into a cow before we eat it. Chickens from Purdue, Tyson, Holly Farms and other large processors have such enormous amounts of hormones in their feed that their chickens have bigger breasts than most women. Pigs are so full of antibiotics that it is no wonder that people now do not respond to antibiotic treatment for common infections. Rather than even hint that our food system is poisoned, the media tells us about “Super Bugs,” immune to antibiotics.

When your doctor gives you a prescription, he gets paid a commission. The incentive is there to push drugs on uninformed patients. Can you really trust these people with your health?

The number one cause of death in America now is medical treatment. Botched operations, the wrong drug, overdoses, and 140,000 people last year died of malnutrition in a hospital.

I believe that all drugs pushed by the medical establishment are laced with what I call, a “Complacency Drug.” This complacency drug makes the user not care about much of anything.

It is a rare American who is not on drugs as a daily ritual.

Another side effect of these drugs is the absence of common courtesy that today is called “Just Business.” People give you an office phone number, cell phone, home phone, fax and email, and still do not communicate. If you want to buy something, you have to ram the cash down the seller’s throat. They are too busy playing mind-control games to attend to business.

Having reached adulthood in the late sixties, it is easy for me to observe all this and sum it up with one word: DRUGS.

Everyone is drugged out to the max—from illegal dope, to pharmaceuticals, to our food supply laced with massive amounts of drugs. All school shooters are on pharmaceuticals.

Watch what you eat: nutrition is the answer. Tell your doctor to shut up, and don’t do dope.

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