Why Hasn’t America’s Politics Been Shaken by The Opioid Crisis?

why has opioid plague not rattled american politics

THE SACKLER OPIOID EMPIRE (Purdue Pharma) is considering bankruptcy to avoid massive payouts on hundreds of pending litigation. Attorneys general in bringing cases, with the first one from Oklahoma going to court in May. There is genuine activism emerging to impose some accountability. Opioid crisis protesters are focusing their efforts on the Guggenheim Museum in New York, which has ties to the Sackler family.

On a per-capita basis, Whites are significantly more affected by this scourge than Blacks and Hispanics. Whites’ trajectory is also becoming parabolic. De facto, this is White suicide. It’s also a plague that afflicts the rural and small-town heartland. The number of opiate drug-dependent babies in Illinois is increasing, according to data. Between 2011 and 2016, the number in metropolitan counties more than doubled, while the number in rural counties more than tripled.

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An opiate-addicted baby is born into a world full of pain and sorrow. Surprisingly, physician-prescribed medications account for a significant portion of the cause. We’re not talking about heroin here; we’re talking about medicines like fentanyl, oxycodone, and codeine, which are commonly abused. “Of the 52,404 lethal drug overdoses in 2015, opioid addiction was determined to be driving the epidemic,” according to the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), “with 20,101 overdose deaths due to prescription pain medicines and 12,990 overdose deaths related to heroin in 2015.”

However, the widespread use of opioids, whether prescription painkillers or heroin, is preventing many workers from returning to work. According to Atlanta Federal Reserve data, about 1.8 million workers were out of the labor force for “other” reasons at the start of this year, meaning they were not retired, in school, disabled, or caring for a loved one. According to a study published last year by former White House economist Alan Krueger, over half of those surveyed — around 881,000 workers — claimed they had taken an opioid the day before.

The most recent incarnation of this con is that the native-American labor has been decimated by opioids and other addictions that show up in drug tests. Employers must turn to non-addicted “refugees” and illegal populations.

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Ibuprofen, too, can be overused. I used to use it all the time for chronic bursitis pain in my Achilles tendon a few years back. Then I ran across an old college friend who is now a respected pain specialist. He screamed against the pharmaceutical industry, calling them terrible actors, and prescribed turmeric, which works similarly and has some additional benefits, particularly mental.

As is typical of criminal prescription rackets, greed is more important than stupidity or lack of training in this case. The greed that benefits oneself at the expense of others is de facto malice. Based on 2015 sales, the following are the primary culprits: Purdue Pharma, Johnson & Johnson, Insys Therapeutics, Mylan, and Depomed are among the companies involved. They were among the top five opioid manufacturers. Opioid pill-popping offers significant financial rewards. Pharmaceutical firms pay “doctors” to prescribe painkillers that their patients may not require.

Instead of standing firm and combating these medications, the FDA approved Zohydro, an even more strong opioid (5 to 10 times the power of Vicodin). Surprisingly, the agency disregarded its advisory council, which recommended against the drug. This heinous act is described in detail in a Forbes article: The state of Ohio is suing five drug companies, alleging that they are to blame for the opioid crisis in the state by misleading doctors about the dangers of addiction.

Purdue Pharma, the creator of OxyContin, is included in the complaint, as are four additional opioid manufacturers: Teva Pharmaceuticals, Allergan, Endo Health Solutions, and Janssen, a Johnson & Johnson affiliate. In a statement, Attorney General Mike DeWine stated, “These drug manufacturers persuaded prescribers to believe that opioids were not addictive, that addiction was a simple thing to overcome, or that addiction could be cured by taking even more opioids.” According to the lawsuit, every male, woman, and child in Ohio consumes 68 opioid pills every year.

why has opioid plague not rattled american politics

Although we commend the state attorneys general, humanity as a whole has to step away from the bread and circus and iPhones for a while and learn fundamental self-defense against these and other fraudulent schemes. The Kakistratic Crime Syndicate’s structure has you as a constant prey. Furthermore, even if your doctor stops prescribing, the medications are available on the street or through pill mills. In their perspective, you’re a sheep, so at the very least, act like a sheep. Do not be a hypochondriac. Don’t be fooled into thinking that a pill can “heal” every agony and pain. Do not put your trust in anyone in the medical system, especially when it comes to painkillers.

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Raymond Sackler, the Zionist Jew who created OxyContin, died in 2017 at the age of 97. Sackler generously donated his opioid earnings to Israel’s higher institutions throughout his life. Whatever you may think of the Tribe, unlike some individuals, they look after their own.

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