The Rockefeller family waged war on holistic healing practices
Citizens in the West are privileged with some of the best health care services in the world.
Should you ever find yourself in an emergency situation in a Western nation, you’d have a far better chance of receiving the best healthcare than you would in a developing country.
Because of this, we often overlook the fact that healthcare has become a multi-trillion dollar industry.
Today’s mainstream medicine (or allopathy) thrives on treating sick people with expensive drugs, surgery, radiation, and even more drugs.
Many people may also not realize that the opportunity to capitalize on such a vastly profitable ecosystem was first recognized by the Rockefeller family.
In a world of Snopes and social media censorship, anybody who ever questions the motives of large pharmaceutical companies is immediately branded a “conspiracy theorist.”
Information about the healing properties of unpatentable plants and holistic practices, or the dangers of Big Pharma drugs, is quickly branded as “fake news.”
As with so many other things, citizens have been brainwashed into embracing what is harmful to them but profitable to someone else.
A Rockefeller plan
This opportunity was first realized by John D. Rockefeller (1839 – 1937).
Rockefeller was a robber baron, an oil magnate, a natural-born monopolist and America’s first billionaire.
He controlled 90% of all oil refineries in the U.S. by the turn on the 20th century, through his oil company, Standard Oil, which was later on divided up to become Chevron, Mobil, Exxon, etc.
Around the year 1900, scientists discovered “petrochemicals” and realized it was possible to create all kinds of chemicals from oil.
The first plastic, for example, was called Bakelite and was made from oil in 1907.
Scientists discovered numerous vitamins and assumed that many pharmaceutical drugs could be produced from oil.
For Rockefeller, this was an incredibly lucrative opportunity.