“Dopesick” mini-series on HULU reveals how the opioid crisis was engineered using insidious lies, fake studies, warped charts, and made-up medical terms


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(Natural News) After September 11, 2001, Americans were convinced by the media that we should find where the “mastermind terrorist” lives and invade his “country,” then find him and kill him. Osama Bin Laden just so happened to be from Afghanistan, where the poppies all flourish and heroin is made (Afghanistan produces 90 percent of the world’s illegal opium) – enough to build a prescription pain killer empire, if the US government (led by Big Pharma’s nefarious guru Donald Rumsfeld as Secretary of State) could somehow steal all that opium from the “terrorists” and then sell it to Americans in pain for billions of dollars. It wasn’t a “War on Terror,” but rather a “War for Drugs.” Thus, the opioid epidemic was catapulted in America under the guise of prescription painkillers that were deemed safe and 99 percent “non-addictive.”

Opioid crisis origins and development plotted and planned by Big Pharma now revealed in HULU mini-series called “Dopesick”

As it turns out, our “Operation Enduring Freedom” in Afghanistan put millions of Americans in heroin-addict “prison,” and many would die of addiction and overdose, even taking the pain killers “as prescribed” by their medical doctors. Now there’s a very insightful, entertaining series on HULU, featuring former “Mr. Mom” and “Batman,” Michael Keaton, who plays a doctor who not only prescribes the opioids against his better judgment for his patients, but becomes deadly addicted to them himself.

The series reveals how the first pharma gurus marketed OxyContin as a miracle pain killer and life-changing drug for people with chronic injuries, especially those who get seriously hurt in the workforce, like miners, factory workers and construction workers. That was just the beginning of the heroin-addict avalanche that would besiege the whole country.

Purdue Pharma, with Arthur Sackler at the helm, launched OxyContin back in 1996, and what followed was a complete horror story, funded by a fake “War on Terror.” Easy money. Easy victims. The business grew fast, as did the number of addicts, drug abusers, dealers and pharma reps.

The heroin time-release capsules worked like a charm at the beginning, but then addiction set in, and withdrawals were driving patients to steal and kill for more. Deaths from opioid overdoses would climb to record levels. Patients also figured out how to break the pills open and snort the drug for immediate full effect, with no time release. This really embedded the addiction. Crime rates skyrocketed.

Narcotic analgesic OxyContin had an extremely high risk for addiction and dependence, but Purdue Pharma claimed a study showed less than 1% addiction rate

Approved to treat severe AND moderate pain, OxyContin became the drug of choice for doctors, nurses and patients alike. Patients became drug dealers while their doctors were getting incentives for being drug pushers. The “War in Afghanistan” raged on, and the opium harvest and supply grew by leaps and bounds.

The controlled substance was completely out of control, and the FDA was “all in” on the fraud, knowing what would come from millions of patients, some with just moderate pain from a tooth ache or headache, taking time-released heroin pills. These patients, of course, included war veterans with injuries and PTSD. The sales formula for the narcotic was solid, and the strategies for dishing it out were pure evil.

High school and middle school kids were addicted, partying on the drug. Young people who tried it for the first time often died. Purdue Pharma owners and executives all knew about the addictive qualities, but they just didn’t care. They made up terms to manipulate doctors and authorities into believing there were NO downsides to OxyContin.

The study the doctors and Purdue Pharma writers were citing was a fake, and turned out to just be an opinion letter from some rogue doctor. They used terms like “pseudo-addiction” to blame the patient for having a psychological or fake addiction. Purdue Pharma made up the name “breakthrough pain” for people who had pain that other non-opioid painkillers could not keep at bay.

They even went so far as to say that if a patient was still in pain after becoming addicted to the heroin pills, just double the dose (prescription) because they are “dopesick.” In their world, nobody was dying from Oxycontin, they were dying from pain that wasn’t addressed with their heroin pills.

So if you’re “pro-vaccine” now, are you “anti-opioid?” Do you still believe the same pharma goons who created the opioid epidemic and lied to everyone wouldn’t lie about vaccines? It’s all connected.

For the best in truth news on your internet dial tune to Pandemic.news because it doesn’t take a scientist or doctor to see that Covid vaccines, Remdesivir, masks, ventilators and bad CDC advice have created a pandemic of their own.

Watch the trailer to “Dopesick” – a true whistleblower story:

 

Sources for this article include:

Pandemic.news

TruthWiki.org

NaturalNews.com

ZeroHedge.com

History.com

PBS.org

 


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