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These 13 Corporations Are “Big Pharma”: Their History, Crimes, and Products

This is a preview to the Era of Wisdom documentary “Toddlers on Adderall: History of “Big Pharma” and the Major Players,” to be released December 28, 2016. 809 more words


Is it morally acceptable to buy cars from Volkswagen?

Is it morally acceptable to buy cars from Volkwagen
The title seems silly I know, but It’s a serious point, is it morally acceptable to buy goods from companies that used slave labour and that were closely associated with the Nazi regime. 320 more words


Monsanto Merges with Bayer, “Their Expertise is War “. Shady Historical Origins, IG Farben, Part of Hitler’s Chemical Genetic Engineering Cartel

They made explosives and lethally poisonous gases using shared technologies and sold them to both sides in both  World Wars. The same war chemicals were bought by the Allied Powers and the Axis Powers, from the same manufacturers, with money borrowed from the same federated reserve bank. 1,260 more words


Bayer CEO: ‘We don’t make medicine for poor Indians’

by Nikolai Brown, for Anti-Imperialism

I think I’m correct in saying that Bayer is an associate of IG Farben: the same IG Farben whose labour and product was used in the Holocaust…so it’s nice to see they haven’t strayed too far from their past. 965 more words


'The Truth About Cancer'

Interview with Dr Rath and Dr Niedzwiecki


The international attention this documentary has received and the number of people who contacted us from all over the world is a wake-up call to political decision takers everywhere. 410 more words

The Big Pharma war criminals behind the European Union

By Annie Dieu-Le-Veut

The recent massive leak of TTIP documents and its intentions over GM foods came as a shock to those who had been lulled into assuming that the European Union were the ‘good guys’ in this debate, compared to our own politicians in the UK. 1,343 more words

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IG Farben: Manufacturing Death | Literaturesalon's Blog

IG Farben didn’t start out as a Nazi death factory, which is what it’s known for to this day. In fact, up to the mid 1930s its chief executives were not particularly anti-Semitic. 183 more words

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