Mainstream and social media companies MUST #stophealthcarecensorship.
Scientists, researchers, doctors, patients, and parents of victims MUST be able to exercise their freedom of speech by questioning and debating the positions held by government health care agencies that have clear, proven financial conflicts of interest.
Healthcare policy decision-makers MUST NOT personally profit from their decisions to promote or denounce any specific Pharma sponsored therapeutic or vaccine.
Decision-makers MUST be independent to follow the data, research, and science that supports policies in the public’s best interest versus being censored if their conclusions don’t align with Pharma’s highest profits.
Mandatory policies, whether for masks, lock-downs, and shots, MUST have sound, valid, accurate, health research and data as their basis, not political affiliation, intimidation or censorship.
Media MUST stop instilling irrational fear in society day after day after day. Fear is the virus that justifies the evaporation of our personal civil liberties and freedoms.
We MUST exercise our common sense and remember that Pharma is the same industry led by convicted criminal corporations that created the Opioid Crisis and have been found guilty of fraud, bribery and illegally selling products known to cause death and community devastation.
We MUST acknowledge that Pharma has a long history of being guilty of making “False Claims” and consistent practice of “Off-label promotion” to sell more product without scientific basis along with “kick-backs” aka illegal bribery and intentionally creating Phalse Hope and Phear as scare tactics to create unnecessary demand for their products.
Be open to exploring, innovating, and promoting solutions not exclusively controlled and sold by Pharma.
Build awareness of the corruption and financial conflicts of interest in politics, practice, and the media that have influenced what we all believe about health and healthcare.
Prevent mandates for anything that does not hold up to the highest level of safety and efficacy standards over time, considered within the larger societal context of cost versus benefit.