Better living through pharmaceuticals


We’re back from the break and, I’ll be honest here, a change in medication. It’s taken a week or so to get back to “normal”, whatever that is.

Maybe you’ve had the same experience recently. Or, maybe you should.

Now, obviously, I know that pharmaceuticals have their place. And sometimes their use is both unavoidable and clearly in your best interest for pain management, disease mitigation, and some otherwise untreatable conditions and mental health issues (ever met a bi-polar person who didn’t take their meds?).

But as with most things these days, if you peel back the layers a little, you might be surprised at what you find.

This post is just scratching at the surface- we can deep dive later- but I want to share my recent personal experience.

Putting on my tin-foil hat for a moment, I think it’s not news to anyone that our population is increasingly being medicated to line the pockets of corporations and control behavior in an effort to create a more obedient, compliant, and homogeneous nation of sheeple.

I don’t want to be a sheeple. But, as Dirty Harry said, “A man’s got to know his limitations”. So, after consulting with a doctor, I was prescribed Adderall- a medication used to treat ADHD among other things. Generally, I like my doctor. But I noticed her predilection for prescribing medication to deal with EVERY issue. I don’t know if she is just a one-trick pony, if she believes that medication is the only and best answer for everything, or if she is getting kick-backs from the pharmaceutical companies.

And I probably wouldn’t have given it much thought, frankly, if everything had been trucking along as usual.

But then, of a sudden, there was a nationwide shortage of Adderall. Getting my prescription filled became problematic. At first I was irked: it felt like a company had gone out of its way to make me dependent on their product, then started jerking around the supply.

I’ve never liked the idea of being dependent on anything, so I started looking into it. What I found changed everything: unwittingly, I had become a lapdog of Jewish interests. As a proud member of the American Nazi Party (the only true National Socialist party in the United States by the way), I found this … unpleasant. 🙂

Many articles can be found on the Adderall shortage, but here’s a quote from Bloomberg (Jewish, which I thought appropriate):

“US drug regulators and law enforcement officials asked pharmaceutical companies to manufacture more Adderall, an ADHD medication that has been in short supply for nearly a year. “

“The drug has been difficult to find since last August, after a labor shortage at Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd, the main manufacturer, constrained supply. That’s left millions of Americans with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder struggling to fill monthly prescriptions for a medication necessary for many daily activities. The drug is also used to treat narcolepsy. “

“Demand for the drug reached an all-time high in the third quarter of last year with 11.3 million prescriptions filled at US retail pharmacies …”

11.3 million prescriptions? That’s a little over 3% of the US population.

Who the hell is Teva?

Come to find out, they are an Israeli multinational pharmaceutical company based in Tel Aviv, Jewish owned and run. Their three largest institutional shareholders are Blackrock (Jewish), Phoenix Holdings (Israeli/Jewish insurance and investment company- gotta love the name), and Ion Asset Management (Israeli/Jewish investment management firm).

Newsflash: It’s not about your health or well-being. It’s about turning a profit.

And they’ll do anything to make a shekle: here are some fun facts from Teva’s recent court adventures:

  • In December 2016, the attorneys general of 20 states filed a civil complaint accusing Teva of a coordinated scheme to artificially maintain high prices for a generic antibiotic and diabetes drug…
  • On May 11, 2019, Teva Pharmaceuticals USA was one of 19 drug companies sued for price fixing in the United States by 44 states for inflating its prices, sometimes up to 1000%, in an illegal agreement among it and its competitors.
  • In June 2021, Teva agreed to pay $925M to settle allegations it had engaged in price fixing in Mississippi.
  • In January 2022, Teva agreed to pay $425M to settle allegations that it had concealed price fixing practices from shareholders.
  • In May 2019, Teva Pharmaceuticals USA agreed to pay $85 million to the U.S. state of Oklahoma to settle allegations that it had been overprescribing opioids, marketing them as safe, and downplaying their addictive qualities.
  • In July 2019, Teva paid $69 million to settle pay-for-delay claims.
  • In 2021, New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a lawsuit against Teva and several other opioid manufacturers for their alleged contribution to the opioid epidemic in New York.
  • In February 2022, Teva agreed to a $225 million settlement with the state of Texas to end claims that it fueled an opioid epidemic in the state by improperly marketing pain medicine.
  • In August 2023, Teva admitted to price-fixing charges related to the generic cholesterol drug Pravastatin

Great corporate citizens!

But wait! There’s more! If you are taking medication, you might be funding these oxygen-wasters too. Here is a partial list of the drugs they push on the American people:

Umm. Wow. To their credit, they figured out “if you can’t beat ’em, drug ’em”.

I want no part of it.

I urge you to look at who is making any medication you are taking. There might be alternative sources or natural options. Ask your doctor if there is not some way to wean yourself from whatever medication you are taking. And, finally, ask yourself: how strongly do you feel about your principals? I would rather be me, as I am, blemishes and all, than send another dime to a Jewish drug pusher. Don’t let them poison our people.

We believe than an enlightened community must make the health and well-being of all its members a matter of prior concern,…

from “Aryan Community” What We Stand For, American Nazi Party

Amerika Erwache!

2 responses to “Better living through pharmaceuticals”

  1. Dan Schneider Avatar
    Dan Schneider

    Out of all the drugs on that list, I have taken two: Buspirone and Gabapentin. That was before my hip operations (plural), and I was in a great deal of pain. Now I take none of them. I am no longer in pain and am not walking around in a fog and don’t sleep 12 hours a day. When people are sick or in pain, they want to feel better, and they want it NOW! Unfortunately, drugs are the fastest means. Part of the blame for the drugging of America lies with the people themselves who usually opt for the quickest and easiest fix.

    1. Johann Rhein Avatar

      No doubt about it. A perfect storm really: people wanting instant relief/gratification and a medical industrial complex whose motto is “We’ve got a pill for that.”