Note: This is an excerpt from a post published by NaturalNews.com.
(Natural News) How about we make the big corporations pay “reparations” for health, medical and human life “damages” for all their years of besieging Americans with toxic products and treatments, including vaccines, chemotherapy and thousands of personal care products? Let’s start with the big guns, like J&J. Johnson & Johnson already had to pay $2.2 billion to resolve CRIMINAL and civil investigations, which according to court documents, included fines for paying out kickbacks to doctors and pharmacists for pushing J&J’s toxic drugs on patients.
It’s called healthcare fraud settlement, but it should be called premeditated health and life endangerment and stealth coercion of patients via doctors and pharmacists. All those found guilty should serve time in federal prison.
Many J&J products are not “safe and effective” but rather dangerous and harmful
The safety of patients has been threatened, and the damage to public trust decimated by J&J. This monopolizing corporation must be held accountable, and by more than just their finances. These fines and penalties are just a fart in the wind compared to how much money they bankroll off selling and pushing deadly products, medicines, treatments and vaccines. What’s $2.2 billion in damages, or $4.7 billion really, in the grand scheme of things, when J&J’s American conglomerate net worth is $435 billion?
For example, on a similar but smaller scale: If you were an evil corporate guru worth $435 million, and you didn’t care about humans at all, would a fine of $6 million really damage your pocket? No, it wouldn’t. That’s why J&J will keep on going about their business of manufacturing, marketing, selling and illegally pushing their toxic products and deadly, dirty, blood-clotting vaccines on the public, via doctors, pharmacists, nurses, commercials, faked research and shill scientists.
Author: S.D. Wells
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