Tuesday, May 22, 2007

What would happen if a blogger posed as a police officer?

From MetaFilter:

"If people can't trust that journalists are journalists, then we are on the road to intellectual anarchy."

May 22, 2007 6:37 AM Vancouver police posed as journalists to lure out and arrest the activist who threatened to bring protest of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics to the doorsteps of Olympic officials - and it isn't the first time police in BC have impersonated the media to make an arrest. The Canadian Association of Journalists is not amused, but a constable speaking for the VPD "doubts the outrage from the person on the street over the issue would be the same as it has been from the journalistic community".

How much longer can we allow the FDA to keep doing this to us?

NewsLocale - Should Diabetes Patients Stop Taking Avandia?

"GlaxoSmithKline said its own meta-analysis had proved Avandia increased heart risks by 30 percent. "

The FDA has repeatedly fallen short with their so called studies. Time and time again we hear that this drug will will cause heart failure, or that drug will cause you deafness not to mention is the leading gateway drug, surpassing marijuana.
So were saying here that all these pills that even they tell us are bad for us are legal; however, something that even improves cognitive functions in schizophrenics is still illegal.

Perhaps it's not our best interest they are looking out for. Pharmaceutical companies have a great interest in treating illness not curing it. For if they were to cure AIDS, how could they afford to invent new illnesses for which to implement these drugs that they create without solving any problems we allready have.

'Nuff Said.

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