When it comes to accurately and honestly reporting the news, there is a definitive limit to what reporters are allowed to cover, especially when they are fully immersed in the culture of what has come to be known as the “mainstream media.” There are certain topics that you just do not touch in this realm — unless, of course, you want to be fired or relegated to “fringe” status, which many of the best reporters over the years have sadly come to realize firsthand.
The hijacking of news by special interests — and especially medical news — is hardly new. But the great disservice that it has done to the people of not only the United States but everywhere else that censorship has prevailed, is largely underestimated. For probably the last 100 years, medicine and the advancements surrounding it have served a sinister agenda that, far from helping people achieve true health, has harmed and killed millions upon millions of people through the printing of “fake science” medical news.
When powerful interests began to invade medical schools and change their curricula right around the turn of the 20th century is when things really went south. Doctors began to treat symptoms rather than copiously search for the root causes of illness in order to facilitate their proper healing. Medicine switched from a system that embraced comprehensive immune support to one where pharmaceutical drugs became the answer to everything — much to detriment of public health.
Vaccines and pharmaceuticals have replaced sound nutrition and common sense sanitation and hygiene. The average person knows next to nothing about which foods and herbs might naturally help him or her avoid disease but likely knows that popping an aspirin will relieve that nagging headache. And perhaps the biggest culprit driving this mass ignorance is the media, which has been complicit in hiding the truth from people for many decades.
Worse than terrorism: American medicine kills at least 225,000 people annually
Investigative journalist Jon Rappoport is all-too-familiar with media censorship, having withdrawn from its clutches back in the 1980s when he first observed what was going on. In the arena of vaccines, for instance, Rappoport recognized that stimulating the immune system to produce antibodies is not a reliable indicator that someone is immune from a disease, as antibodies also show up when a person is diagnosed with a disease — how reliable is that?
Or, what about our system of medicine as a whole, which a prominent science paper published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) back in 2000 revealed is responsible for killing at least 225,000 people living in the U.S. every single year? Mainstream medicine is so harmful, in fact, that statistics now show it to be the third leading cause of death in the U.S., behind heart disease and cancer. (Learn more truths about modern medicine at Medicine.news.)
It is a matter of fact that 2.1 million people in the U.S. are hospitalized every single year due to reactions or side effects from medications that have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. In total, 36 million Americans suffer adverse reactions to FDA-approved drugs every year, and yet you will rarely hear a peep from the media about this serious epidemic.
Everything from the way certain diseases are diagnosed to the way they are treated is a byproduct of a failed system that, thanks in large part to cowardly journalists who refuse to take a stand, is only continuing to consolidate power and bring more death and destruction to our planet.
Rappoport is smart: he got out while he could and has since made a name for himself as a brave, truth-telling journalist with high rapport in truth-telling circles. But many others outside the fold — some of whom know the truth but refuse to tell it for whatever reason — continue to tow the line, at the expense of untold millions of lives.