Do you feel lucky? Do you?

Dr. John Reizer

People gamble with their lives every day by taking various prescription and nonprescription medications that have deadly side effects.

Human guinea pigs regularly roll the dice when they swallow, inject, and inhale suppressive pharmaceutical products that block the regular expressions of physiology in their bodies.

Do you feel lucky?

A wager most people are willing to make is that they’ll bet their future health will not be irreparably damaged by the drugs they take today.

The payoff is a temporary change in the symptoms a person experiences or a lab value modified to an acceptable result agreed upon by experts.

How crazy and delusional are people to routinely place their trust in toxic products manufactured by for-profit drug companies?

Healthcare consumers are big risk takers. Read the drug warnings for the products people consume. There’s a reason the print is written so small.

Each time you take a drug, it’s the equivalent of placing a drop of a chemical into a beaker of clear liquid. Each drop placed into the beaker has a cumulative effect. Eventually, one of those drops will turn the clear liquid bright red. CANCER!

When you take drugs, you’re betting that one of the products won’t turn a beaker filled with clear liquid inside your body bright red.

The pharmaceutical companies want to know; do you feel lucky? Do you?

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3 thoughts on “Do you feel lucky? Do you?

  1. lhakes12 September 14, 2022 / 12:02 pm

    I don’t think that many people even realize that they are gambling with their lives, John. It is like you said. They make those warnings of side effects in very small print.
    And most of society does not question the mighty authoritative whitecoats.
    And the amount of different kinds of drugs people might take in their lives seem endless.
    Cancer is so widespread now in the world that for most people it’s more a matter of when you will get cancer than if you will get cancer.

    Lisa

    Dr. Rashid Buttar:

    “They seem to think that taking a drug and covering it up a symptom is a better option. You got a pile of horse manure here, what are going to do? Well, the logical thing would be take the manure out and get rid of it. But instead they put a carpet down, well, it is still kind of lumpy. Well, I can still smell it. And then you spray some air freshener here. This is like one drug over another drug over another drug trying to deal with the symptoms, side effects of the first drug, second drug, third drug. And finally they are like the person just deteriorates. No matter what you say when you put a carpet over that manure, you spray air freshener, you perfume out there, you burn a match, whatever the case is, the problem is still there. You’ve only covered it up.”

    Dr. Ben Johnson:

    “We are using a drug to treat cancer that causes cancer, a known carcinogen. How crazy is that? But that is what we do every day in every institution across America. We use radiation. What do x-rays cause? Hello, cancer. And we are using that supposedly to treat it?
    Patients would live much longer and healthier if they did nothing, if they did not take the drug, because the drugs are hastening their death.”

    Ty Bollinger:

    “The medical doctor that I was talking to said that in all his years of treating cancer patients that he has never actually seen one that died from the cancer. That they always died from the treatment.”

    • Dr. John Reizer September 14, 2022 / 12:09 pm

      Thanks for sharing those great opinions, Lisa, and also for expressing your thoughts as well. 👍😀

      John

      • lhakes12 September 14, 2022 / 12:25 pm

        😀

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