How the Chemical Companies Came To Control The Media And People

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Here’s a sensational exposé that uncovers the truth behind this conspiracy.
How the pharmaceutical industry took control of the hospitals, universities,
research and other institutions in the early part of this century is amply
demonstrated by world-famous medical historian and author, Hans Ruesch, in
his devastating exposé: Naked Empress or The Great Medical Fraud (1992).
The book is an absolute must to read. Naked Empress exposes massive
corruption and fraud in medicine, science, industries, governments, media
and various organisations. The importance of this book cannot be over-stated.
In Naked Empress, Ruesch cited another important expose titled The Drug
Story (1949) by American investigative reporter, Morris A. Bealle.
According to Bealle: America’s largest and most ruthless industrial combine,
the Rockefeller Empire (which was built on Standard Oil Company) in the
early part of this century became interested in the drug trade after making

breath-taking profits from palming off bottled petroleum called Nujol as a
supposed cure for cancer and later constipation.
In 1939 the Drug Trust was formed by an alliance of the world’s two greatest
cartels in world history – the Rockefeller Empire and the German chemical
company I.G. Farben industrie (I.G.Farben). Drug profits from that time
onwards curved upwards into gigantic proportions and by 1948 it became a
10-billion-dollar-a-year industry.
I.G. Farben’s unsavoury past is highlighted by the fact that during the Second
World War it built and operated a massive chemical plant at Auschwitz using
slave labour. Approximately 300,000 concentration-camp workers passed
through I.G. Farben’s facilities at Auschwitz and at least 25,000 of them were
worked to death. Also, others were brutally killed in I.G. Farben’s drug
testing programs. Twelve of I.G. Farben’s top executives were sentenced to
terms of imprisonment for slavery and mistreatment offences at the
Nuremberg war crime trials.
Hoechst and Bayer, the largest and third largest companies in world
pharmaceutical sales respectively, are descended from I.G. Farben. In
September 1955, Hoechst appointed Friedrich Jaehne, a convicted war
criminal from the Nuremberg trials, as chairman of its supervisory board.
Also, a year later, Bayer appointed Fitz ter Meer, another convicted war
criminal, as chairman of its board.
On the Rockefellers’ moves towards influencing medical colleges and public
agencies in the United States, Bealle writes:
The last annual report of the Rockefeller Foundation itemises the gifts it has
made to colleges and public agencies in the past 44 years (from 1948), and
they total somewhat over half a billion dollars. These colleges, of course,
teach their students all the drug lore the Rockefeller pharmaceutical houses
want taught. Otherwise there would be no more gifts, just as there are no gifts
to any of the 30 odd drugless colleges in the United States.
The Rockefellers did not restrict their educational activities to the US alone.
In 1927 they formed the International Education Board which donated
millions of dollars to foreign universities and politicos, with all the usual
strings attached.
As these huge amounts of money were being donated to drug-propagandising

colleges, the Rockefeller interests were expanding world-wide. It was large
enough 40 years ago for Bealle to state:
It has long been demonstrated that the Rockefeller interests have created,
built up and developed the most far reaching industrial empire ever conceived
in the mind of man. Standard Oil is of course the foundation industry upon
which all of the other industries have been built.
The keystone of this mammoth industrial empire is the Chase National Bank
with 27 branches in New York City and 21 in foreign countries (now
renamed the Chase Manhattan Bank with over 200 branches in the US and
abroad). Not the least of its holdings are in the drug business. The
Rockefellers own the largest drug manufacturing combine in the world, and
use all of their other interests to bring pressure to increase the sale of drugs.
The Not-So-Independent Media
Instrumental in Rockefellers’ moves towards making the world drugdependent
is their enormous influence on the media. Commenting on this,
Ruesch explains:
So the stage was set for the ‘education’ of the American public, with a
view to turning them into a population of drug dependants with early
help of the schools, then with the direct advertising and, last but not
least, the influence the advertising revenues had on the media.”
A compilation of the magazine Advertising Age showed that as far back as
1948 the larger companies spent for newspapers, radio and magazine
advertising the sum total of $1,104,224,374, when the dollar was still worth a
dollar. Of this staggering sum the interlocking Rockefeller-Morgan interests
(gone over entirely to Rockefeller after Morgan’s death) controlled about
80%, and utilised it to manipulate public information on health and drug
matters – then as now.
Anybody who tries to get into the mass media independent news, contrary to
the interests of the Drug Trust, will sooner or later run into an unbreakable
wall.
For big advertisers it is easy not only to plant into the media nay news they
wish to disseminate, but also to keep out the news they don’t want to get
around. A survey in 1978 by the Columbia Journalism Review failed to find a

single comprehensive article about the dangers of smoking in the previous
seven years in any major magazine accepting cigarette advertising.
Even the most independent newspapers are dependent on their press
associations for their national news. And there is no reason for a news editor
to suspect that a story coming over the wires of Associated Press, united
Press International or the International News Service is censored when it
concerns health matters.
Yet this is what happens constantly. [Emphasis added]
Ruesch showed how the above-mentioned international media were taken
over by the Drug Trust and he further explains:
So this sews up the press associations of the Rockefeller Drug Trust, and
accounts for the many fake stories of serums and medical cures and justaround-
the -corner-breakthrough- to-cancer, which go out brazenly over its
wires to all daily newspapers in America and abroad..
Thus newspapers continue to be fed constantly with propaganda about drugs
and their alleged value, although 1.5 million people landed in hospitals in
1978 because of medication side-effects in the US alone, and despite
recurrent statements by intelligent and courageous medical men that most
pharmaceutical items on sale are useless and/or harmful.
Among the many publications owned by the Rockefeller Drug Trust, are:
Fortune, Life, Time, Readers Digest and Newsweek magazines, and the
Encyclopedia Britannica. These publications are constantly pushing drugs.

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