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If you make over $100,000 a year, you are far more likely than lower incomes to become a victim of a Johnson & Johnson and/or subsidiary product.
Keywords: healthcare, cost, co-pay, risk, deductable, insurance, victim, salary
Date Created/Edited: August 22, 2016
It's becoming obvious to me that the wealthy, those making over $100,000 a year, are most at risk for harm by Johnson & Johnson and subsidiary products.
Most of the victims I've communicated with are people who were previously employed, homeowners with incomes over $100,000. One woman was a grant-writer who previously wrote over $8 million in grants, but can no longer work due to chronic illness caused by mesh. She and her son are now homeless, lost everything. Struggling to survive and help her son while chronically ill. Occupations of the victims I've communicated with include teachers, pharma reps, construction company owners. The list of previous occupations of victims is very long. Almost all of the victims that I've communicated with were employed or business owners, had homes and newer vehicles.
At this point, monthly cost of healthcare, co-pay and deductables are so high, an increasing number of people can't afford to meet even basic healthcare needs.
While watching pharmaceutical advertisements, I realize they are not settings of the middle class, the homes, surroundings and even clothing and vehicles are that of those who have incomes of $100,000 a year or more. People who make less than that don't go golfing, Disneyworld is an unanswered prayer and time on a lost lake is lost working a full-time job and a part-time job with nothing left over to support the family.
I know from my third-party statistics at Quantcast that the majority of the people who visit this site are those who make over $100,000 a year. If I fail, due to lack of financial support, who do you think will continue this work?
Lawyers? Hah, the lawyers that have interviewed me claim support of my work would be a conflict of interest. Yes, it would be if your motivation is to allow the harm of other human beings, including risk of your own life, for future lawsuits and millions of dollars. However, if your prime motivation is to reduce harm to human beings, thus shutting down your law firm, then support of this work would not be a conflict of interest.
Doctors? Pretty much the same. Support of this work would be a conflict of interest to the practice. Loss of patients would ruin profits!
Food and Drug Administration? LOL! Uh, notice the history of management of the Food and Drug Administration - obviously making more to demand scientists do NOT do their job, even resorting to bullying and threats ;o)
US Senate HELP Committee? Uh, probably not. They make a whopping $175,000 (plus added bonuses) to uphold the law, to ensure safety of consumers, to ensure that sub-organizations such as the Food and Drug Administration are doing their job - which, obviously, they are not. But that $175,000 EACH of TAX dollars is a child's allowance compared to the flood of cash rolling into their accounts from lobbyists and such to give a shit about anything more than the next round of golf or the next party, I mean fundraiser.
So here we are today. An increasing number of people making under $100,000 a year cannot afford even basic medical attention. However, those making over $100,000 a year are at most risk of harm by a Johnson & Johnson and/or subsidiary product as they buy the most products and use the most services, including elective services that lower incomes simply cannot afford.
It's kind of wild that those who call support of this work a conflict of interest are also the ones currently in the crosshairs of harm by a Johnson & Johnson and/or subsidiary product, eh? ;o)
Johnson & Johnson is sure not going to reach a trillion dollars in valuation if those with money are healthy, now can they?
Healthy people simply aren't profitable, and we have no more money down here.
You can send support in the box above....or take your chances with yet another Johnson & Johnson and subsidiary product pumped through a corrupt system ;o)
1. Quantcast. Quantcast Statistics for JohnsonAndToxin. Retrieved from http://www.quantcast.com/johnsonandtoxin.com