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 Trying to Force Everyone on Statins & Where Big Pharma Can Shove Them

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PostSubject: Trying to Force Everyone on Statins & Where Big Pharma Can Shove Them   Sat 01 Sep 2012, 09:53

Trying to Force Everyone on Statins & Where Big Pharma Can Shove Them

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A renowned UK professor is calling
for all people over 50 to get on statins – cholesterol lowering and
heart disease drugs like Lipitor and Crestor. Actually, Sir Rory
Collins wants healthy and younger people on them too and wishes that
“safety watchdogs” would stop accentuating the side effects.

Not only does this call come after more negative resulting studies on
statin drugs, but this isn’t the first time a strong suggestion has been
issued. Not too long ago an AMA mouthpiece suggested adding them to the water supply! And he wasn't the first one to want them in our drinking water. Mainstream media quickly jumped on the bandwagon to echo such a "Communist plot." A strong call to make that change appears in a video here. Before that, the American Journal of Cardiology
wanted statins added as condiments with fast food items – to
conveniently continue eating heart-damaging foods. They already are added into polypills automatically given to people who reach mid-life.

The CDC already reported
that approximately one in four people over age 45 take statins compared
with one in 50 as of just 15 years ago. Another widely published study implored the same "everyone over 50 on statins, healthy or not" message back in May. As early as 2008, doctors were wanting children as young as eight on them - wow, they really want us on these pills! Is this how a Brave New World begins?

Collins held a large study (but for how long?) with
130,000 people. He called statins remarkably safe, lamenting those with
"misguided safety fears" about side effects scaring people away. He
claims the trial prevented a lot of death. People didn't forget the
reported side effects, though, and are either stopping statin use or
refusing to take them in the first place. But Collins, a new ambassador
for the pharmaceutical and medical cartel, dismisses those fears and
wants people to start treatment earlier and for longer. Most who are
placed on statins remain on them for life.

It appears that messages about the dangers of pharmaceutical drugs have
spread - Prof. Collins expressed his frustration and overemphasized the
"benefits outweigh the risk" line. He admits that muscle pain affects 1
in 10,000 patients. But what are other studies and doctors reporting?
What are patients themselves reporting??

The liver processes fats and produces cholesterol, hormones, handles
toxic loads and does so much more. Statins are meant to block an enzyme
that sends the "bad" cholesterol LDL to line heart arteries - but
obviously there's a reason why the liver would do that.

Telegraph reported that nearly three-quarters of those on statins gained no value at all - but added a lot of value to Merck. About $26 billion to statin companies annually. A JAMA study claimed that they do not prevent heart death. Millions are on them needlessly which causes more damage than benefit.

Some of the side effects reported include muscle pain/soreness and
damage (the heart is a muscle), kidney issues, type 2 diabetes,
exhaustion and fatigue, memory loss, cataracts, depression, weakness,
mood swings, liver dysfunction and more. An extensive list of 300 health
problems associated with statin use can be read here.
It really does lead to an early death, but doctors treating the fallout
symptoms would not make the connection. Adverse effects are often
excluded or downplayed during trials. (Source)

What's sadly ironic is those with diabetes are often automatically placed on them due to the assumption that obesity signals a heart problem. Two recent articles at delve into the alarming eye damage and statin use leading to accelerated arterial calcification! They've even been cited for causing autism.

Women, especially low risk women, fair poorly
on the drug with intense exhaustion. Hey, maybe that's because "many
hormones, including estrogen, are also metabolised by the liver and it’s
thought statins may interfere with this..." Estrogen, by the way,
protects a woman's heart!

A knee surgeon wrote an interesting plea to stop them:
<blockquote class="tr_bq">What does a knee surgeon know about statins'
side effects? Plenty, after seeing scores of patients improve their
memory, strength, vigor and sex drive after stopping these popular
drugs.</blockquote>He goes into how statins deplete coenzyme Q10, necessary for muscles and heart integrity.

FDA acknowledges the side effects but makes their drug approvals based
on trials similar to Collins'. The JUPITER study, cited above and
pro-adding statins to water, "was supported by AstraZeneca, the makers
of Crestor, and its lead author, Paul M. Ridker, MD, is a co-inventor of
patents related to the use of inflammatory markers in cardiovascular
disease, including the use of CRP in the evaluation of patients’ risk of
the disease." (Consumer Reports)

Another great article by Sayer Ji at GreenMedInfo clearly explains the cholesterol myth: that it is an effect of heart disease, not the cause. Information from Weston A. Price suggests
that the SAD diet packed with hydrogenated oils and trans fats, sugars,
and refined flours cause nicks in the arteries - which is why the liver
sends cholesterol as a lining, a type of bandage.

The statins of course are preventing the liver from sending out the band
aid, which doesn't take care of the original arterial problem, nor
address malnutrition. Statins damage the liver (our lifeline) too.

Most doctors are very well meaning, but they only receive one or two
classes on nutrition in their 8-year education - that is a big puzzle
piece to have missing when trying to treat wide-ranging cause and
effect. Their nutrition takes a back seat to info from pharma reps, and a
cure gets lost behind "treatment."

The body has to use a lot of resources to neutralize
trans fatty acids and damage caused by processing pharmaceuticals. That
depletes the organs of its minerals – magnesium, sodium, calcium, and
potassium, aka electrolytes. Electrolytes keep the heart going, and the
constant leeching of minerals leads to – heart disease!

And at around $5 a statin pill? Why not smoke for five dollars a day if we need to kill our hearts and NOT live longer.

After forty years of the "fats are bad" myth, lard is finally making a
comeback; another sign that people are abandoning the gospel of doctors
and experts. Why does it take generations to come back to the same
conclusion: that nature and the body know how to work? Probably because
you can’t patent natural fat.

I cannot give health advice with any official registered authority, but
shouldn't we be the final authority of our bodies? When
counter-propaganda campaigns fail (like the pink slime public relations attempt, or the amount of vaccine refusals), the next step is force through a mandate "for your own good."

If they haven’t forced us on statins or other pharmaceuticals yet, then
why is it worth talking about? Think about fluoride in the water, or the
pressure to get vaccines. Slick campaigns create the frenzy that causes
people to rush out and take Bayer's aspirin every day like it's a

of course, if we add statins to the water supply we could just pay for
it through Obamacare and drink up. The concern here is that more
prominent “experts,” or, God forbid, “philanthropists” like Bill Gates
will influence the public until it becomes a part of global policy
mandates through Codex Alimentarius,
or forced into our treatments through the new healthcare reform. Things
like that start out as a good idea, or maybe they even sound kooky
until America is subjected to it repeatedly (think: “fat is bad…”) until
one day we don’t have a choice.

So I think you can guess where Big Pharma and their mouthpieces can
shove their heart-killing statins. But it shouldn't be in our water
supply, condiments, or forced on us “just because.”

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