by Dr. Joseph Mercola, ©2022

(Nov. 12, 2022) — In 2003, Gary Null, Ph.D., was a coauthor of the bombshell “Death by Medicine” article1 which described how the conventional American medical system had become the No. 1 leading cause of death and injury in the U.S., claiming the lives of nearly 783,936 people annually. Now, Null is the executive producer of “Science for Hire,” a film that tackles some of the most critical scientific issues threatening the health and well-being of the U.S. public.2

Due to long-standing systemic corruption in medical organizations and medical schools, federal regulatory agencies, and academic journals, “we enter a world where pseudoscience and misinformation rules.”3 Elected officials and the media are captured by the highest bidder, and those who dare speak out against the establishment are attacked, their careers often destroyed in the process.

There’s no separation between governments and the pharmaceutical industry which operate, the film notes, “in lockstep … to erect an unregulated global regime, a ‘Great Reset,’ that will dictate what we can eat, what medical interventions are permitted and banned, and the rewards and punishments that legislate our choices.”4

The film covers a wide range of topics — from corruption at Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) — an arm of the National Institutes of Health — to the opioid epidemic. I urge you to set aside two hours to watch the film in its entirety for an eye-opening look at the dark side of the scientific, pharmaceutical, and military industrial complexes.

US Medical System Captured by Big Pharma From the Start

Many of the most powerful health strategies cost nothing at all or can be implemented very inexpensively. Yet, not only are these natural strategies not taught in conventional medical schools, but if you go against the standard, pharmaceutical-based treatment options you can be challenged, reprimanded or have your medical license taken away.

This process ostracizing natural therapies began back in 1910 with the release of the Flexner Report, which was written in commission for the Carnegie Foundation.5 The Flexner Report essentially eliminated almost every form of natural medicine, because it was a competitor to the emerging class of pharmaceuticals, primarily derived from oil and petroleum products that John Rockefeller was behind.6

So Big Pharma’s infiltration of regulatory and public health agencies goes back more than 100 years to the creation of the Rockefeller Foundation in 1913. Just two years earlier, Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Company had been ruled an unreasonable monopoly and split into 34 companies, which became Exxon, Mobil, Chevron, Amoco, Marathon and others.7

The breakup only served to increase Rockefeller’s wealth, however, and the foundation he created under his named was deemed “a menace to the future political and economic welfare of the nation.”

The Foundation, in partnership with Andrew Carnegie and educator Abraham Flexner, then set out to centralize U.S. medical schooling, orienting it to the “germ theory” of disease, which states that germs are solely responsible for disease and necessitates the use of pharmaceuticals to target said germs.

With that narrative in hand, Rockefeller financed the campaign to consolidate mainstream medicine, adopt the philosophies of the growing pharmaceutical industry and shutter its competition. Many don’t realize that today the Rockefellers own half of the pharmaceutical industry.

Rockefeller’s crusade caused the closure of more than half of U.S. medical schools, fostered public and press scorn for homeopathy, osteopathy, chiropractic, nutritional, holistic, functional, integrative and natural medicines, and led to the incarceration of many practicing physicians.8 The complete story can be found in Robert F. Kennedy’s book, “The Real Anthony Fauci.” As “Science for Hire” noted:9

“About 100 years ago, things were really beginning to change in the United States. We were changing from an agrarian economy to an industrial economy. Titans of industry really wanted to be able to control the world financial system as a whole. When the Rockefellers took over the allopathic medicine, there were many types of medical education in the United States.

There were homeopathic doctors and there were naturopathic doctors who were using natural medicines to heal, and they were having very good outcomes. Once the Rockefellers took over the system, they closed down those other schools and they only promoted the sale of their drugs. They promoted surgery and they promoted radiation.

The Rockefellers were also in charge of the oil industry and the chemical industry. And they also made an alliance with a huge German concern called IG Farben, which was a big chemical industry in Germany and the largest financier of the Nazi rise to power.”

‘In the 1930s, the FDA Became a Monster’

Around the time the Rockefeller Foundation was building momentum, there were serious concerns with the meatpacking industry and the food industry in general. Unsanitary conditions at meatpacking plants were the norm, while poisonous preservatives and dyes were widely used in foods. Medications also made false “cure-all” claims and often included toxic ingredients.10

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration was started in the 1930s to address many of these pitfalls and “was sold to the people of the United States as an agency that was going to protect its food and drug supply,” the film noted.

“There was a lot of mischief going on in the food industry and the FDA was set up to correct that problem,” William Faloon, director of Life Extension Foundation, added. “They evolved into regulating drugs, medical devices and, at this point, they regulate just about anything that goes into the human body.”11

But by 1938, said Jonathan Emord, constitutional lawyer, and author of “Restore the Republic,” “the FDA became a monster. And from that point forward, it has grown by leaps and bounds until the ‘60s when it acquired jurisdiction over both safety and efficacy of drugs.” In 1938, under Franklin Roosevelt, the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act was passed, which gave the FDA authority to regulate medical devices and cosmetics and establish standards for foods.12

Basically, the FDA appointed itself as the expert. In 1962, an amendment was passed that expanded the FDA’s authority to not only regulate drug safety but also the effectiveness of new drugs. Emord continued, “At that point, the FDA was largely a captive of industry. The FDA does no clinical testing of drugs itself. It relies entirely on submissions made to it by the drug companies. This would appear to the average person to be a gross conflict of interest. And in fact, it is.”13

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  1. Great content but why such a LOW DEFINITION production?? I looked at 6 other sites that aired it and they are all 480 with no option to go higher. Some of the clips are very fuzzy and detracts from what a professional production usually is, i.e 720 or 1080 or above.

    I use BitChute and I know they REDUCE the definition even when I upload Hi Def, probably to save storage space on their site.

    Other than that great information that needs to get out there but probably too long for many people to watch it all!

    1. The Post & Email played no role in producing the subject film; rather, with Dr. Mercola’s permission as stated on his website, we reproduced the first part of his article containing the film and a link to it on YouTube. We have no control over quality issues of embedded videos which come from another source.