FDA Running Extortion Racket
Posted 10/24/08 , edited 10/24/08
Thirty years ago, in pursuit of better health, I learned that operators of health food stores were extremely leery of giving simple herbal or natural foods advice, because FDA undercover agents were trying to get them to give advice so they could bust them for 'giving medical advice without a license'. The FDA has been trying for years to shut down natural herbal health supplements and vitamins by requiring that they be treated the same as prescription medicines. Every time the FDA starts a new campaign to deny us health benefits, the American public organizes and stops them from shutting down the health food industry. This kind of thing goes back a long ways.

I've made posts about the dangers of mercury in flu vaccines, and other so-called 'safe' vaccines for young adults. The FDA seems dedicated to denying the American public genuine health benefits, and ramrodding through unsafe vaccines which are only beneficial to profiteering vaccine makers and harmful to the public, causing autism, collapse, foaming at the mouth, and death.

This new article will go a long way towards showing what goes on behind the scenes at the FDA.



"NaturalNews has learned the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is running a criminal extortion racket designed to drain cash from health supplement companies and shift it into the pockets of top FDA contractors. This organized crime operation has been running for years, and it has operated with impunity because each company targeted by the scam feels isolated and alone, unable to face the astronomical legal bills of going to court and battling the FDA. So one by one, they agree to "settle" with the FDA for crimes they never committed. Part of the settlement, of course, involves the payment of FDA employees or contractors who pocket the money extorted from health companies..."

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Posted 10/25/08 , edited 10/25/08
Fooling the people?
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