The Nuremberg Tribunal
Sixty years ago, the pharmaceutical industry was found guilty of mass murder during World War II - a war in which sixty million people lost their lives.
The Tribunal consisted of a series of 13 trials, the most important of which was the case against the oil and drug cartel, IG Farben. The executives of this cartel, according to the chief US prosecutor, Telford Taylor, were the main war criminals – without whom WWII would not have been possible.
After 60 years of silence, our online academy has opened up the records of the Nuremberg War Tribunals against IG Farben (the largest chemical/ pharmaceutical multinational at that time) to public inspection.
To visit the “Profit Over Life” academy and learn about the real history of the pharmaceutical industry, click here.
The Hague Tribunal
On 14 th June 2003 , we submitted a complaint of genocide and other crimes against humanity to the International Criminal Court in The Hague . To date, no action has been taken by this United Nations court, despite the overwhelming evidence against the accused.
Throughout the 20th century, the pharmaceutical industry was built and organized with the goal of controlling healthcare systems around the world by systematically replacing natural, non-patentable therapies with patentable and therefore profitable synthetic drugs. This industry did not evolve naturally. To the contrary, it was an investment decision taken by a handful of wealthy and unscrupulous entrepreneurs. They deliberately defined the human body as their market place in order to generate further wealth.
To read a copy of the complaint in full, click here.