You Reside In Pharmaceutical Dreams Of The Future
"Do you begin to see, then, what kind of world we are creating? It is the exact opposite of the stupid hedonistic Utopias that the old reformers imagined. A world of fear and treachery and torment, a world of trampling and being trampled upon, a world which will grow not less but more merciless as it refines itself. Progress in our world will be progress toward more pain."
"Never again will you be capable of ordinary human feeling. Everything will be dead inside you. Never again will you be capable of love, or friendship, or joy of living, or laughter, or curiosity, or courage, or integrity. You will be hollow. We shall squeeze you empty and then we shall fill you with ourselves."
1 in 5 Are Incurably 'Mentally Ill'
The Pharmaceutical Machinations and Vote Buying that rigged this 1 in 5 profiteering hustle in the 1st place are laid out in Allen Jones exposition of TMAP: the Texas Medication Algorithm Project.
See Allen Jones Full Whistle-Blower Report, pg.3.
"Newspaper columnist Charles T. Bowen, in an article "Quick Note; Silent Vote; No Gloat."
The Tampa Tribune, 21 April 1997, described how one former Texas legislator, Tom Robbins, was annoyed that his colleagues seemed to pass legislation that they had not even read, let alone understood. To prove a point he introduced a resolution to honor Albert de Salvo. The language of the resolution stated in part:
"This compassionate gentleman's dedication and devotion to his work has enabled the weak and the lonely throughout the nation to achieve and maintain a new degree of concern for their future. He has been officially recognized by the state of Massachusetts for his noted activities and unconventional techniques involving population control and applied psychology."
The Resolution passed with a unanimous vote.
Albert de Salvo was, of course, the Boston Strangler.
According to the National Institute on Money in State Politics, the pharmaceutical industry Contributed zero contributions to individual politicians in Texas in1994. During the 1998 Election year, pharmaceutical manufacturers made a total of 251 contributions totaling $152,000 to individual candidates for Texas state office. In 2002, the total was 419 individual contributions by drug makers totaling $384,735."
We should not be outraged that politicians can be bought, ..... that's a given. But we Should be outraged that they can be bought so cheaply, ...... because That is the reason Why, ..... 1 in Every 5 Americans are today being hunted, ..... by Ideates, ..... as dinner.