Thugs, Drugs And The War On Bugs By Dr Brad Case

Thugs, Drugs And The War On Bugs, by Dr Brad Case, is an encyclopaedic compilation of the history and manipulation of ‘scientific’ medicine by all manner of charlatans, profiteers, criminals and thugs for profit, power, recognition and even darker motives.

For decades, campaigners have been pointing out the depredations of the pharmaceutical industry, the vaccine manufacturers and promoters, the corruption in government and academia suborned by the pharmaceutical industry, the most profitable on the face of the planet. Anyone who brings these atrocities to people’s attention stands to be scoffed at as a ‘conspiracy nut’.

This book confirms our greatest fears, and more. It turns out that the vaccine scam (among others) is not as bad as we had feared, it is much worse! Thugs, Drugs And The War On Bugs, is the first of a series of books Dr Case plans, called, Why We’re Sick.

Dr Case has carefully compiled a thoroughly annotated and referenced history of the scam called ‘scientific’ medicine from the time of Louis Pasteur, neither a physician nor a scientist, but a masterful propagandist, to show that what we think we know about disease is most often the sad result of misinformation, disinformation and propaganda, rather than carefully and scientifically-based data.

The germ theory of medicine, promoted by Pasteur and since wholly embraced by generations of medics, was opposed by Antoine Béchamp (1816-1908), who believed that disease was the result of the condition of one’s internal environment. Pasteur, through shoddy experiments and a sharp tongue, won the argument, contending that all diseases were caused by microbes. Though his medical contemporaries picked up Pasteur’s theory and made it central to their understanding of disease, even Pasteur repudiated it on his deathbed. “… The microbe is nothing, the terrain is everything”, he said. Nevertheless, the die was cast, and the race was on to pin every disease on a germ.

Béchamp claimed that germs and microbes were the result, not the cause of disease. Just because they are found together is not evidence of guilt, any more than it is valid to blame police for crimes because they are often found at crime scenes.

Dr Case writes with humour, and sarcasm, of the untested, dangerous and damaging drugs, vaccines, and procedures in use by our unquestioned medical high priests, and documents every statement. One of the most fascinating and thought-provoking chapters is the last one, in which Case argues that ‘viruses’ are not the cause of diseases; rather, they are ‘messages’; encapsulated segments of RNA sent from one cell’s DNA to another’s to communicate a new and effective means of dealing with a stressor, either toxic or microbial. This is, perhaps, the most reasonable explanation of viruses, far more cogent than virologists’ tortured logic that frequently violates every one of Robert Koch’s (1843-1910) principles of microbiology.

The longest section of the book is a powerful indictment of the vaccine industry, which has grown explosively as governments have shown a propensity to approve and purchase untested vaccines, ignoring the often adverse, sometimes fatal results, and even insulating vaccine manufacturers from the consequences of their crimes, with laws limiting or eliminating product liability lawsuits. Yet, these vaccines contain some of the most toxic agents on the planet. Mercury, squalene, aluminium, and polysorbate-80, among many other dangerous vaccine ingredients, are known to cause injury and death, yet the vaccines are minimally tested, sometimes only for days, and on animals, not humans, much less human infants. After reading this section, one would be mad to accept vaccination without question.

This book should be mandatory reading for medics, politicians, parents, and journalists.

Thanks to Howard Straus, for alerting me to this book.

Thugs, Drugs And The War On Bugs, is available at online retailers and bookstores.

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