Friday, January 31, 2014

A Charlatan, CEO, and Socialist Walk into a Bar... Oh, Wait It's the Same Person

Staff Writer, DL Mullan
Medicine / News

What if you could not afford the cancer drug to save or prolong your life? If you cannot pay, Bayer doesn't care. Profit before people is what corporate America is all about these days.

However in India, the government has a special court to determine if a drug is too costly for what it is. Recently it judged the oncology drug Nexavar as beyond expensive for the common Indian. So a company inside India will be making the drug for 97% less than Bayer is asking of its third world clientele.

Upon hearing the news that Bayer lost their case to charge India's citizens $65,000 a year, the CEO, Dr. Marjin Dekker had this response at a conference: 
"We did not develop this medicine (Nexavar) for Indians," Dekkers said at a little reported pharmaceutical forum last month, according to the January 21st edition of Businessweek.

"We developed it for Western patients who can afford it," Dekkers said, and called the Indian regulator's action "essentially theft".
Exqueeze me? Baking powder? $65,000 (India) to $95,000 (America) a year for an oncology drug, isn't theft either?

If you consider that an American patient pays $100 copay each month for their oncology drugs, that does not even account for the increase in their overall insurance premiums. So a cancer patient could easily pay $5,000 or more a year for their treatment. Where in India, the patient could pay just $177... again, where's the theft really occurring? 

What do you expect from a company that got its start from Nazi Germany? You think I'm joking...
Although the Nuremberg Tribunal indicted 24 IG Farben board members and executives on the basis of crimes against humanity, only 13 received prison sentences. And the sentences they received were described by the Nuremberg Chief Prosecutoras "light enough to pleasea chicken thief". Bythe early 1950sa number of those convicted of slavery, looting and mass murder were backat the helm ofthe very companies - Bayer, Hoechstand BASF, formed out of the assets of IG Farben in 1952.The owners of these "new" companies were alsothe shareholders of IG Farben. Thus, although the gravity of the crimes committed by IG Farben meant the company was considered too corrupt to be allowed to continue to exist, it was supplanted by its key constituents - companies like Bayer which were owned, and directed at the highest level, by the very same people as IG Farben. Those who had helped Hitler to power and provided the technical know-how for his wars of aggression and the Holocaust, were back in control of the industry.
If you would like to know more about Bayer's Nazi past, then visit this link: Bayer - a history. You'll never want to eat GM foods, use chemicals, or take aspirin ever again.

So the quote from Dr. Dekker, CEO of the German chemical and pharmaceutical company, shouldn't come as a surprise. Westerner's first! Everyone else can die. Such a cheery sentiment, wonder where he got it from?

Maybe the Origin of Species? Darwin's Theory of Evolution has become the mantra for people like Hitler, other madmen, like-minded psychiatrists and pseudoscientists trying to "improve" upon the human race. Eugenics in action. Or should we say: genocide? Holocaust? Because if such arenas as the Eugenics Movement or the Fabian Society were more astute, these heretics would know that:
Charles Darwin is often credited with coining the phrase - "the survival of the fittest" - however such attribution is not really correct.
Darwin had tended to write about species being engaged in a competitive Struggle for Existence. This struggle being seen, by Darwin, as primarily a struggle for food to support growth, life, and the generation of young individuals to continue the species in question.
The actual term survival of the fittest however was actually attributed by Darwin himself to another source:-  
"The expression often used by Mr. Herbert Spencer of the Survival of the Fittest is more accurate, and is sometimes equally convenient" Darwin was so taken with Spencer's catchy phrase that he did, in fact, use it in a later (1869) edition of his "The Origin of Species".
Yet, scientific thinkers then and now seem obsessed with the strong over the weak concept of life on Earth when that delineation neither is the workings of evolution nor the theory predicated on it. Those attributes are marked by the clear misinterpretation of the scientific literature of the 1800's.

Of course, the people in question are: Aldous Huxley and George Orwell all the way to today's Stephen Hawking and Ray Kurzweil. Individuals, who do not believe in the human condition as anything more than a flesh and bones robot, have never truly lived themselves. These imposters to free thought and action transfer their loathing of themselves onto humanity at large.

If we are dumb robots without souls or freewill, then why does it take enormous feats and planning to create schools that do not teach? music that incites rage, violence, and disrespect? television programming to dissuade us from our natural intuitive nature?  why must you persuade us with propaganda in commercials, news, church, and entertainment?

Why does it take generations and incremental changes in order to dominate and nullify humans of the Earth?

Easy answer: because humans are not soulless, incapable animals. We have the divine spark of intelligence, compassion, and enlightenment. Humans are good-natured beings and do not want to be apart of your nefarious degradation of everything you touch. 

Next time someone from any industry believes that their product or services is for a certain class of people, remember, that's how they think of you too.

Vote with your dollar and put criminal minds out of business.

Source: Yahoo! Finance, Age of the Sage,