How John D. Rockefeller founded modern medicine and killed natural cures


But there was one problem with Rockefeller’s plan for the medical industry: natural/herbal medicines were very popular in America at that time.

Almost half the doctors and medical colleges in the U.S. were practicing holistic medicine, using knowledge from Europe and Native Americans.Rockefeller, the monopolist, had to figure out a way to get rid of his biggest competition. So he used the classic strategy of “problem-reaction-solution.” That is, create a problem and scare people, and then offer a (pre-planned) solution. (Similar to terrorism scare, followed by the “Patriot Act”).

He went to his buddy Andrew Carnegie – another plutocrat who made his money from monopolizing the steel industry – who devised a scheme. From the prestigious Carnegie Foundation, they sent a man named Abraham Flexner to travel around the country and report on the status of medical colleges and hospitals around the country.This led to the Flexner Report, which gave birth to the modern medicine as we know it.

Needless to say, the report talked about the need for revamping and centralizing our medical institutions. Based on this report, more than half of all medical colleges were soon closed.Homeopathy and natural medicines were mocked and demonized; and doctors were even jailed.

If you don’t know this history, then READ!  ~ oz

Source: How John D. Rockefeller founded modern medicine and killed natural cures — Secret History — Sott.net

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