Medical control ploys  Propaganda

Fearmongering & medically-made epidemics

Nuclear War


Parent harrassment

Doctor control quotes

Fear of change

SARS scare:
[Media US, April 2003] Republicans Press for Bill to Shield Vaccine Makers From Suits

[Media Nov 2002] Doctors accused of scare tactics over measles outbreak warning
[July 2002 Media measles fearmongering] Holiday threat to Scots children
[Media June 2002] "Visitor With Measles Puts Area on Alert"
[Media June 2002] Midwives accused of threat to babies

[Media Aug 2001] Doctor fights GMC on MMR vaccine
[Media 2/12/2001] Anti-MMR doctor is forced out

Bilderberger Secretary General Taylor, J. Martin, Chair, WH Smith Group plc; Internatnl. Advisor, Goldman Sachs Int. http://www.bilderberg.org/g/Bild-UK.html (On huge double fearmongering spread in Daily Mail, WH Smith's in Abergavenny was giving the Mail away free).

"The British Medical Journal ran a very revealing article recently, entitled Selling Sickness. In it, the authors stated:

“Pharmaceutical companies are actively involved in sponsoring the definition of diseases and promoting them to both prescribers and consumers. The social construction of illness is being replaced by the corporate construction of disease. Although some sponsored professionals or consumers may act independently and all concerned may have honourable motives, in many cases the formula is the same: groups and/or campaigns are orchestrated, funded, and facilitated by corporate interests, often via their public relations and marketing infrastructure. A key strategy of the alliances is to target the news media with stories designed to create fears about the condition or disease and draw attention to the latest treatment. Company sponsored advisory boards supply the ‘independent experts’ for these stories, consumer groups provide the ‘victims’ and public relations companies provide media outlets with the positive spin about the latest ‘breakthrough’ medications.” (Ray Moynihan, Iona Heath, David Henry, 'Selling Sickness: the pharmaceutical industry and disease-mongering', British Medical Journal online, BMJ, 13th  April  2002 )--Steve Ransom