We’re born into this world as healthy human beings. You won’t find many newborns taking prescription drugs. As we progress through childhood, our parents are encouraged, through clever marketing campaigns, to take their children to medical physicians for wellness checkups. Our parents, not knowing any better, follow the advice.
Little Johnny’s first visit to the pediatrician begins with him being weighed, followed by a thorough physical examination. After the doctor makes sure Johnny has ten toes and fingers, he begins to push the medical-industrial complex’s agenda to vaccinate every child.
“You see, Mr & Mrs. Clueless, little Johnny’s immune system is not strong enough to defend him against all the terrible microbes in the environment,” the pediatrician begins the industry’s pitch. “Even though the amazing intelligence that designed all 37 trillion cells inside Johnny’s body and organized them into a flawlessly functioning human being is still present and working to keep him healthy every second he’s alive, Johnny must receive all 72 of his scheduled vaccines. Without these amazing drugs manufactured by for-profit pharmaceutical companies, Johnny will get a childhood disease that will cause him mild symptoms for a week or two that pale compared to the possible side effects of the drugs.”
And so the assault on Johnny’s immune system begins. If Johnny’s lucky, he’ll be strong enough to survive the initial encounter with the medical maniac and not need to be hospitalized. If Johnny’s unlucky, he’ll end up paralyzed, irreparably harmed, or dead. And if Johnny is like most people, he’ll remain asymptomatic for many years until the vaccines he’s previously received cause him to contract cancer or some other type of autoimmune disorder that will require costly medical management in the form of expensive prescription drugs.
As Johnny grows older, he’s continuously marketed to by a large consortium of drug companies emphasizing the importance of annual physical checkups from medical specialists. Johnny, not knowing any better, follows the wrong advice.
Johnny visits a general practitioner that performs another thorough physical examination. The good doctor draws some blood and sends it to a lab for analysis. When the results are returned, the physician tells Johnny that his cholesterol is slightly elevated and that he will need to take a prescription drug for the remainder of his life to help his body maintain a healthy cholesterol level.
A few years later, Johnny visits another medical doctor who examines him and finds his blood pressure slightly elevated. Johnny is told that he will need to take a pill for the rest of his life to maintain healthy blood pressure. So, Johnny accepts the advice and fills the prescription. Johnny is told he can expect serious health problems without this life-saving drug.
A few more wellness checkups throughout Johnny’s life will lead to additional life-saving drugs being prescribed for him. And if Johnny hasn’t kicked the proverbial bucket by then, there’s a good chance he’ll have been taking five or six prescription drugs daily for many years.
This is how Johnny and other healthcare consumers like him take prescription drugs throughout their lives and never think twice about the illogicality of doing so.
Nonstop pharmaceutical marketing that has targeted all of us throughout our lives has hypnotized the masses. It’s a big reason so many people have fallen hook, line, and sinker for the COVID-19 fakery, an utterly illogical narrative from a microbiological perspective.
Whether we realize this or not, big pharma companies negatively influence our lives. The coronavirus vaccines would have never been widely embraced by the world’s population without all the previous groundwork being put in place by multinational drug corporations.
Dr. John Reizer is the co-screenwriter of the feature film, Target List. John is a writer, producer, and retired chiropractic physician. John is a former associate professor of clinical sciences at Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, South Carolina. John has written several novellas. His most recent works are The Blue Marble, Plandemic, The Visitors, Aftermath, False Memory, The Homecoming, Frequency, and The Target List. John is best known for the feature film Target List, the short film The Target List, and the web series No Virtue. — IMDb
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