Interview with Rosemary Gibson about our dependency on China for pharmaceutical products on SFR

That interview is of paramount importance. Rosemary Gibson lays out the case that our dependency on Communist China for pharmaceutical product is very dangerous. In effect, chances that we may get counterfeited, contaminated, diluted or even dangerous products for our health is very high when you allow them to be manufactured in a communist country. When you know the culture that exists in China, it wouldn’t be a surprise to find pharmaceutical products on the market that don’t meet western standards of production. When I was a kind, it was very rare that somebody would react badly to non-prescription drugs. But today, even the most benign acetaminophen, vitamin C or B12 can bring nausea, heartburn, indigestion, stomach-ache, etc. Also, it is very common to meet people who tell you that they got even sicker after taking the medication than they were before just with the illness itself. Is it an accident, comrade? And when it comes to prescription drugs, we should be worried even more, as these medications are more powerful. I always found that we were governed by fools and this situation exemplifies it perfectly. You don’t need a Ph.D. in military strategy to understand that if you depend on a rival or an enemy for critical products such as food, medicine, military equipment, software and technology in general, that rival or enemy will use that dependency to attack you in some fashion. But we are governed by people who only think in terms of the bottom line, the profit in the case of the business people, the polls and power in the case of politicians. We are losing the war because we have ceased to think like warriors, as we used to in the Middle Ages. We have to wake up now!

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