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IxCimi Member Level  Monday, 08/22/11 04:06:26 AM
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Man Or Other Animals: Why Government Considers You Subject And Expendible

A Big Pharm Insider Blows The Whistle

Dr. John Rengen Virapen claims to be a former executive for Eli Lilly & Co. He claims to have worked in the pharmaceutical industry for 35 years.  He admits that his hands are as dirty as the remainder in the industry.  He describes the pharmaceutical industry as “evil” and claims that pharmaceutical companies kill more people than all the wars of the world.

Five years ago, I discovered the “man or other animals” definitions of “drugs” and medical “devices” in the United States Code and Texas Code.  (See, “Man or Other Animals #1” and/or “Man or Other Animals #3–Genocide“.)  These definitions indicate that the government regards us all as “animals” rather than “men made in God’s image” (Genesis 1:26-28) and “endowed by [our] Creator with certain unalienable Rights.” (“Declaration of Independence”)

So far, the earliest instance of the “man or other animals” declaration that I’ve found is in Section 6 of the A.D. 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act. That means that the Government of the United States has regarded, you, me, your parents and mine, our children, etc. as nothing but animals, livestock, for over a century.

Given that the federal definitions of both drugs (21 U.S.C.A. §321(g)(1)) and medical devices (21 USCA §321(h)(2) & (3)) presume the people to be “animals,” it’s obvious that the entire medical industry (including doctors, hospitals and drug manufacturers) are based on that presumption. I.e., given virtually all medical care involves “drugs” or medical “devices” or both–the entire medical industry must presume the people to be mere “animals”.

Our presumed status as animals probably explains why, when a patient dies on the operating table, no doctor is charged with murder or manslaughter. The patient is presumed to be an animal. The patient’s death at the hands of a doctor is deemed to be of no more significance than the death of a dog being operated on by a veterinarian.

Similarly, the pharmaceutical industry will not be held criminally liable for selling drug that causes people to die, commit suicide, become disfigured or impaired.

The “evil” that Dr. Virapen refers to is the government’s degradation of We the People from the status of men made in God’s image to the status of animals. That degradation constitutes an act of genocide committed by our own government against We the People.


“We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid."

~ Benjamin Franklin
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