SARASOTA, FL - Most of us grew up believing that "the American way" involves a sense of fair play and decency.
We, whose origins represent people from around this planet, know that dealing honestly with
one another does not depend upon race, religion, or national origin. We knew in our heart what
"the American way" was supposed to mean, even when we fell short of following it.
Americans have been cheated of this birthright, not by their neighbors but by the immense power
gained through the success of big corporatons. These entities today are only quasi-American, given
their international status. Clearly, their ways are far from what formerly proud Americans
respect and hope for. The evidence for this abounds: monopolistic oil companies, monopolistic
agribusiness, mainline media monopolies, private banking monopolies.
Perhaps the most egregious example is that of the American pharmaceutical industry and its
powerful political lobby. People may shrug their shoulders with regard to abuses of large
corporations but when they require prescription medicine and their lives, their health or the
health of an older relative or a neighbor is jeopardized for the sake of sky-high corporate
profits, there are excellent personal reasons for being less forgiving.
The time has come to confront domestic propaganda and governmental collusion paid for by "big
pharma". Perhaps you heard in various places that "foreign manufactured drugs are not safe".
How much sense does that make? The majority of prescription medicines sold in the U.S. are
manufactured at FDA-inspected facilities located in foreign countries. Ask your local
pharmacist where your prescription meds were manufactured.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has the responsibility of overseeing the manufacturing
facilities of drug companies in foreign countries from which these drugs are imported to
this country. Its official job is to ensure that drugs which are sold in the US are manufactured
to FDA standards. India, for example, has close to 100 manufacturing facilities approved by
the FDA, the largest after the US. These are some facts that big pharma prefers you never learn.
Any company or US governmental entity, including the FDA, that implies or states that
prescription drugs ordered by Americans from legitimate pharmacies located outside the US are
less safe than if they had been manufactured domestically is not telling the truth.
The only significant issue involves whether or not medicines are manufactured at FDA-approved
facilities. Un-inspected facilities, potentially a source of contaminated or fraudulent products,
sell their products through unlicensed "rogue pharmacies". Regardless of having been produced
domestically or having been imported, these products are to be avoided, not because of their
country of origin, but because they are illegally manufactured and distributed.
Name-brand prescriptions purchased from licensed and registered offshore pharmacies are the same
products as those imported into the U.S. from countries around the world.
"To claim that those same prescription drugs for which the FDA has provided oversight are unsafe
when prescriptions are filled from licensed pharmacies outside the U.S. is disingenuous at best
and fraudulent at worse", according to Daniel Hines, online publisher of todaysseniorsnetwork.com
and outspoken consumer advocate. So much deception. So many lies. This was not the American way.
Today it is big pharma's corporate way with Americans.
It is perfectly legal for Americans to purchase and to receive their prescription drugs, in
quantities of up to 90 days as prescribed by a licensed US physician, directly
from licensed and registered offshore pharmacies that dispense the same drugs that are available
in the US, manufactured by USFDA inspected facilities.
Informed Americans who have their prescriptions filled by reputable overseas pharmacies save
themselves a whole lot of money. Click
Be prepared to be shocked. Liberty is unique insofar as they sell prescription meds at their
cost, supporting the business and making a profit through low-priced memberships.
I was so impressed by my own
experience with Liberty that I am spreading this important information via the internet
and expect it to benefit many people. If it does so, I will be reasonably and fairly
compensated when Liberty enrolls members they help. Any ambitious reader of this who wants to
generate additional income has the same
When the prices at America's pharmacies have been widely exposed, we will probably hear a lot of
whining from big pharma to justify exhorbitant prices and misleading propaganda on the basis of
research and development expenses. These corporations spend far more money advertising,
romancing doctors, publishing subsidized "research papers", and on outlandish executive
compensation than they do on R&D.
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