Former Vaccine Advocate Dr. Aseem Malhotra Exposes the Pharma-Corrupted State of Medicine in Masterful Presentation
"What's the overall net effect of the pharmaceutical industry? Certainly in the last few decades, it's very clear, it's been negative."
Earlier today (9/27/22), during a press conference with the World Council for Health, Dr. Aseem Malhotra prepared a thorough and expertly-crafted presentation, detailing the many levels of deceit and fraud involving the pharmaceutical industry. The entire presentation was nothing short of amazing, and I encourage everyone to watch the whole thing. But for a brief summary, I've prepared four clips (combined into one) for the above video.
Clip #1 - Dr. Aseem Malhotra: I Was Willfully Blind Until I Wasn't
Dr. Malhotra was once a strong advocate for the COVID jab, but after the unexpected death of his healthy father due to heart complications after taking two shots, Aseem turned away from willful blindness, deep-dived for the truth, and did a complete 180 from his original stance.
"I was willfully blind, certainly in relation to the vaccine and the harms, until I wasn't. And that's why it's crucial that we tackle this both with compassion (and the facts) because there are many people who are still willfully blind. And I think remaining in echo chambers and pointing fingers isn't getting us anywhere."
Agreed. As much as we'd like to criticize the compliant, calling them "sheep" or blaming them isn't going to do us any good. It will, in most cases, cause them to further distance themselves from us. We must understand the fearporn was off the charts, clouded judgement, and that not everyone has a skeptical nerve in their body.
"The way to tackle it [breaking others out of willful blindness] is really with the facts and to speak with empathy to people. And that's what I think we need to be doing now as we move forward."
Clip #2 - The Greater the Financial Interests, the Less Likely Research Findings Are to Be True
Most healthcare professionals are not aware of the problem that "Most published research findings are false." (Dr. John Ioannidis)
When Dr. Malholtra argued against vaccine mandates, the Chair of the BMA had a conversation with him and said, "I can tell you one thing, most of the people — certainly in health policy that I know — and this may include the chief medical officer, I don't think they're critically appraising the evidence in the way you are."
Another interesting finding from Dr. John Ioannidis is that "The greater the financial and other interests and prejudices in a scientific field, the less likely the research findings are to be true."
Clip #3 - Killing for Profit? Doctors, Institutions, and Medical Journals Collude With Industry for Financial Gain
Pharma's motive has nothing to do with our health and everything to do with making money. But their influence has corrupted things to the point that regulators fail to prevent misconduct, and doctors, institutions, and medical journals have abandoned their duty to scientific integrity to play ball with profiteering practices.
"Honest doctors can no longer practice honest medicine. We have a complete healthcare system failure and an epidemic of misinformed doctors and misinformed and unwittingly-harmed patients."
Peter C Gøtzsche actually did an analysis, and his estimates are that "Prescribed medications now are the third most common cause of death after heart disease and cancer because of side effects, and they are mostly preventable."
Clip #4 - The Illusion of 'Innovation': "Something Is Rotten in the State of British Medicine"
An analysis of newly-approved drugs in France from 2002 through 2011 found that most drugs were copies of old ones with molecules changed here and there. And the reason for that is that these drug companies spend 19 to 20 times the amount on marketing than they do on research and development.
And if you look at the therapeutic value of all these drugs, only 8% were deemed to have a noticeable benefit or better, 76.4% had little or no added value, and 15.6% were found to do more harm than good.
And to illustrate the depraved state of the medical system, Malhotra compiled some excellent quotes.
"It is no longer possible to trust much of the clinical research that is published or to rely on the judgement of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor fo the New England Journal of Medicine." — Dr. Marcia Angell
"Possibly half of the published literature may simply be untrue." — Richard Horton, editor of the Lancet.
"Something is rotten in the state of British medicine and has been for a long time." — Richard Smith in regard to several scandals, including universities covering up research misconduct.
Malhotra then ends this section with his own thoughts, delivering an absolutely spot-on conclusion about the pharmaceutical industry as a whole.
"What's the overall net effect of the pharmaceutical industry? Certainly in the last few decades, it's very clear, it's been negative ... And who's paying for it? We are paying for this! The taxpayer is paying for this. You've got big corporations making all this money — they also don't pay their taxes. So it's almost like we've got a system which steals from the poor and is giving to the rich, and you wonder why society is disintegrating."
Amazing job on so many levels, Aseem. And this was only the first 30 minutes of his presentation. If you'd like to watch its entirety, please follow the link below.