POSTED APRIL 9, 2018: Without financial support, site goes down on April 26, 2018. I can't do this alone... have not had even one gift of support since February. I am homeless and on the streets, I have NO MONEY for this. I really need some help to keep this six years of work online, PLEASE.
THIS WORK FOR SAFE HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS IS BEING DONE BY A 50 YEAR OLD HOMELESS WOMAN, homeless and on the streets since 2011 after loss of my management job and subsequent foreclosure on my house. I grew up in foster care so I have no family and no friends in a position to help me. I REQUIRE ENOUGH MONEY FOR ONLY THREE THINGS:
1. Cell phone with internet access. I cannot load files TO the web site from public service connections. This block is required to prevent hackers from using public access connections. I cannot write content and load it to the site until my phone is back on. Phone was shut down on the fourth because I have NO MONEY and almost NO SUPPORT FOR THIS WORK.
2. 4 foot by 4 foot storage unit to keep computer, periferals, back-ups and what pathetic little I have left of my life, destroyed by my ex, long story. Storage was locked up by managment on the 9th due to non-payment because I have NO MONEY and almost NO SUPPORT FOR THIS WORK. I have been wearing the same filthy stinking clothes for 10 days now because I have NOTHING LEFT BUT THE CLOTHES ON MY BACK AND A BAG WITH LAPTOP AND SOME TOILETRIES. The bag will likely get stolen in the near-distant future because I have to sleep sometimes and can't keep watch on the bag when I'm sleeping. Already had FIVE laptops stolen because I have to sleep. It was why I got the storage unit in the first place.
3. SERVER FEES TO KEEP ALL THIS WORK ONLINE. Obviously, no server space, no site, total end of this effort. I have NO MONEY to pay the server fees that are due on the 26th.
Must have to continue: $250
Gifts of support sent
as of 4 PM April 19, 2018: $0
NOT ONE PENNEY SINCE FEBRUARY. I stretched the money from January and February to cover January, February and March. I have less than $2 left.
Of the 2 million page views this site has received, over 6,000 were from Johnson & Johnson servers. I'm sure they are celabrating my failure to obtaion financial support and look forward to the site going down on the 26th. Crossing their fingers that no one chooses to help.
I'm sorry I have no money to pay for the tools REQUIRED to continue this work. I wish I did, I hate the thought of all this work going offline after 6 YEARS of a massive amount of work, 100 hour weeks. But if there's no support, I guess people are okay with the way Johnson & Johnson does business and all this work will be gone in less than a week. I did what I could...
J&J decided to discontinue recalled hips, not because of undisclosed high failure rate and metal blood and organ poisoning, but because of low sales.
Keywords: jnj, johnson and johnson, poisoning, blood, mom, hip, metal, depuy
Date Created/Edited: 2013, May 17
I read "Johnson & Johnson to Discontinue Metal-on-Metal Hip Products" published on the Bloomberg Business Week web site and was totally annoyed with Johnson & Johnson, yet again. Imagine that, another fine display of caring nothing about the people who choose to purchase their products and totally insulting our intelligence.
Okay, let me get this straight, the author, Joseph Walker, felt the need to, or was told to, update the article to clarify that the hips are not being discontinued because they were recalled, are harmful, toxic and have a high failure rate and Johnson & Johnson is facing around a billion in lawsuits. The hips are being discontinued because the product was no longer making enough money. What? Let me try to wrap my head around this, if there were still enough unbelievably stupid or corrupt surgeons that would knowingly install a harmful defective device in human beings to keep profits up, Johnson & Johnson would continue to sell the hips? Okay, again, WTF?
How does this align with Johnson & Johnson's Credo:
"We believe our first reponsibility is to the doctors, nurses and patients, to mothers and fathers and all others who use our products and services. In meeting their needs, everything we do must be of high quality."
And the thing that actually pisses me off completely, is: Who is going to be stuck with the billion dollar bill for another intentional neglect for the health of your customers with the INTENTIONAL withholding of evidence that showed these hips have a high failure rate and poisoned the blood and organs of the recipients? *WE* are - the consumers. How? Through higher prices for goods, higher health insurance premiums and higher taxes to cover the recipients that are uninsured. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to realize that Johnson & Johnson has only ONE source of ultimate income: The consumers and taxpayers.
Between the hips, Risperdal, Levaquin, mesh and so on, just tack on another 10 billion or so to our already overburdened health care system. With the number of victims from a variety of drugs, devices, OTC products and proven carcinogens in Johnson & Johnson consumer products causing future long-term illnesses, million dollar lawyers/judges/etc, $150 million retirement plans, multi-million dollar salaries, $30 million marketing plans, all sucked from ONE income source: The Consumers (which, by the way, includes SHAREHOLDERS, duh), it's not a wonder our health care system is collapsing our financial system.
1. Michelle Fay Cortez (2013, May 17). Johnson & Johnson Ending Metal-on-Metal Hip Implant Sales Bloomberg Business Week. Retrieved from http://www.businessweek.com/news/2013-05-16/johnson-and-johnson-exits-declining-metal-on-metal-hip-market
2. Emily Patterson (2012, April 8). Johnson & Johnson Credo Analysis Johnson and Toxin. Retrieved from http://www.johnsonandtoxin.com/jnj_credo_review.shtml
3. Emily Patterson (2013, June 24). Johnson & Johnson $4 Billion for DePuy Hip Harm in U.S., With Lawsuits in at Least 4 More Countries Johnson and Toxin. Retrieved from http://www.johnsonandtoxin.com/hip_lawsuits.shtml
4. Emily Patterson (2012, April 13). Johnson & Johnson Risperdal: Broken Laws and Side Effects Johnson and Toxin. Retrieved from http://www.johnsonandtoxin.com/risperdal.shtml
5. Emily Patterson (2012, October 1). Johnson & Johnson Levaquin Victim Permanently Disabled John Fratti Johnson and Toxin. Retrieved from http://www.johnsonandtoxin.com/levaquin_john_fratti.shtml
6. Emily Patterson (2012, May 3). Lawsuits Mounting for Harm by Johnson & Johnson Implanted Mesh Products Johnson and Toxin. Retrieved from http://www.johnsonandtoxin.com/mesh.shtml
7. Emily Patterson (2012, March 22). William Weldon's $143.5 million Retirement Package Johnson and Toxin. Retrieved from http://www.johnsonandtoxin.com/william_weldon_retirement_package.shtml