EXPOSING POWERFUL DRUG TRAFFICKING ENTITIES
“What is the source of our first suffering? It lies in the fact that we hesitated to speak. It was born in the moment when we accumulated silent things within us.” – Gaton Bachelard
Creating Customers, Not Cures
Let’s face it folks, more often than not, big pharma puppet masters are duping unwary doctors with misleading information to fill blood-stained corporate coffers. Often, these deadly practices leave a trail of harm and unintentional deaths … or what many call “the walking dead.” There is no science-based, instant cure for addiction, and if there was, would big pharma use it? Would they sacrifice their disease of greed money machine … that being, patient dependence, chemical cycling, in the best interests of drug addicts’ health and well-being? We would like to believe their “do no harm” medical ethics code … and perhaps this is where society becomes entrapped.
2018: Ontario pharmacist, Waseem Shaheen, trafficked more than 5000 fentanyl patches worth more than $1 million dollars on the street. Faked robbery, bandit walked out door with more than $25,000 worth of fentanyl patches – Pharmacist Shaheen sentenced to 14 years.
- 2018: Ontario pharmacist, Michael Yamasaki, complicit in staging fake robbery, charges related to conspiracy to commit break and enter, conspiracy to commit trafficking in a controlled substance.
- 2017: OCP investigation found 241 pharmacists put large quantities of lethal opioids onto the streets and defrauded the provincial plan for tens of millions of dollars – 3.5 million doses of prescribed drugs disappeared from Ontario pharmacies from 2013 to 2017.
- Vancouver area pharmacies coerce methadone addicts – cash kickbacks for business.
- Whistleblower exposes big pharma fraud – drugs unsafe and illegal to sell, $500 million in fines and settlements.
- Junkie-Hunters Bounty – Halfway house owners paying a bounty, often $500, for every new addict they can deliver to the halfway house.
- CIA covert operations – complicit in smuggling, trafficking tons of cocaine from Central America to the US.
- Today: US Military protecting Afghanistan poppy fields – heroin laboratories flourish.
- Drug Cartel Banks HSBC bank pays $1.9 billion US for facilitating the laundering of millions of dollars from drug traffickers.
- Dirty Money, Big Pharma Greed: medication cost increased from $700 US per year to more than $10,000. Valeant, rogue pharmaceutical company charges almost $300,000 a year for life-saving drug.
- Purdue fined $640 million, a fraction of their $5 billion in OxyContin sales.
- B.C. Supreme Court: Lawsuit names Purdue Pharma and 40 other named defendants in attempt to recoup health care costs.
- Costco unlawful kick backs, admits to professional misconduct for soliciting payments, were hit with a modest fine.
- The Secret World of drug addicted doctors, nurses, estimated at 10%-14%, diverting drugs, such as fentanyl, from the patient to themselves.
- Canada Fentanyl Kings: Powerful Chinese gangs, the Big Circle Boys, covert operations directed by mainland China government officials.
- BC Casino Drug Money Laundering: Liberal government turns a blind eye to organized crime.
- El Chapo” on trial in New York worth billions, smuggling drugs to US and around the globe, accused of running the world’s biggest drug cartel and spending a quarter of a century smuggling more than 155 tonnes of cocaine into the United States.
- Vancouver East Side doctors refuse heroin addicts methadone taper treatment to help them live a drug-free life.
- 2018: The UK Today – world’s biggest exporter of legal cocaine and heroin.
- Secret Shadow Governments: “The Families” – some cures are not good for big pharma business: “Customers not Cures”.
- 2017: North America drug overdose deaths reach 76,000.
Making a Killing
To the reader: I have the utmost respect and admiration for doctors and pharmacists. For the most part, I recognize addiction specialists as caring, compassionate professionals attempting to do their best with the knowledge and tools they have available to them. The majority strive to “do no harm” and their medical practice allows them to choose, in their opinion, the best option for treatment. The few book chapters that criticize and perhaps disparage, are meant as a commentary … my own opinions whether qualified or not.
I encourage you to use your ability to reason, rigorously question medical treatments, or lack thereof, and beliefs rather than accepting them at face value. To determine whether the ideas, arguments in some chapters are valid, and if findings represent the entire picture … and be open to finding that they do not.
All about Money?
“I care not what puppet is placed on the throne of England to rule the Empire. The man who controls Britain’s money supply controls the British Empire and I control the British money supply.” ~ Nathan Rothschild
There are many East Side physicians that really do care about their patients. Quite simply, they don’t want to see more overdose deaths. However, there are many others that see methadone as a quick and easy fix. These programs are designed to help people who are addicted to opiates. Methadone manufacturers and their doctor-dealers are part of a billion-dollar industry that has spread to every community. For them it’s more profitable for patients to continue treatment for years or decades … turned into life-long consumers. They’re shackled to methadone, trading one addiction for another … much worse for many.
The jails are full, the courts are full … not enough social workers to answer calls for help even though $360 million is spent each year. Bodies lay on cold, morgue tables waiting for autopsies … a tomb unlike purgatory where there may be escape.
It’s a realm you find yourself in amidst eternal, dark shadows that torment the mind and soul… tears filled with stinging teeth and claws.
This is not a tale about one lost person or family, rather many people in communities who feel worthless, hopeless, and some not really caring whether they live or die. It’s about countless people and families that have lived in or still live in ‘the sphere of brokenness’. Suffering souls shuffled around, begging to survive in dark shadows of rejection, fear, and a living-suicide that takes one’s hope and faith into physical, emotional, and spiritual war like none other.
It should be no surprise that society has arrived at what seems like a point of no return … a place of deep, dark hopelessness. Control, power, and greed are the forces behind most wars and global conflicts. What is happening in our communities today reflects a ‘micro-war’ in back rooms and on the streets. Plotted-out areas are controlled by powerful, Big Circle Boys gangs, bikers, and underground criminal organizations. Greed outweighs concerns about death and destruction. History is simply repeating itself over and over again throughout the centuries. These scenes of drunks and addicts roaming the streets, sleeping in back alleys and homeless people living in parks is not new. This degradation of humanity has been ongoing, non-stop in many third-world countries. And as long as this mess wasn’t in our back yards, few noticed or cared. Now it is in our yards, on our streets, in our schools, and in our homes. Nobody is immune … there is no vaccine, no cure, and little help for those in need of treatment.
Shackled to Methadone Clinics
It is what it is. Vancouver Coastal Health and East Side physicians may anger and disagree with this book chapter, but so be it. We’ll just publish a few excerpts for now. The majority of addicts say they feel like ‘methadone prisoners’ … not able to leave town because they must get to the methadone clinic every day. Unless their physician gives them three-day carry doses, there is no trips camping, hiking, fishing, or visits with out of town friends and loved ones. Vancouver Detox and some physicians used to help their patients taper and wean off heroin, but not today … which means the maintenance treatment goes on forever. One missed dose and you’re severely sick from withdrawal symptoms, vomiting, painful cramps and other life-threatening side effects.
Methadone has such a long half-life that quitting cold turkey without slowly tapering off, more often than not, leads to relapse, back to using heroin, laced with deadly fentanyl. Is the addict really better off when a physician convinces their patients to agree to a methadone maintenance program? In the short term, yes … in the long term for many, the answer is no. It takes about seven to ten days in a detox facility for an addict to withdraw cold turkey from heroin and be able to function again. With methadone, rarely does someone succeed in withdrawing cold turkey. It is near impossible to find a detox that will accept and help a patient; it’s too expensive, and time consuming.
“Oh, I see you’ve been an addict for decades, how about we put you on morphine or pure heroin?” Yes, for hard-core addicts in Vancouver, there’s Providence Crosstown Clinic which sees about 140 people every day for hydromorphone and heroin injections 3-5 times a day.