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Behind Big Pharma not making any money from testosterone is an even more sinister reason for the demonization of testosterone. What do the “powers that be” get from keeping us docile and unhealthy? What downstream effects of birth control and environmental toxins are we seeing today? What is the weapon of mass control nowadays? On this episode, I’m joined by Dr. Jim Meehan, Dr. Rob Kominiarek and Dr. Crisler to answer these questions.
Let’s build an army of men that are a threat to these institutionalized elitists who are out to weaken us and turn us into addicted consumers. -Dr. Jim Meehan
The system is out to make money out of us and the less optimized and healthy we are, the more money they can drain out of us.
Our lives were perfectly crafted for medical expense. Our only response is optimization and staying out of the sick care model.
One generation’s exposure to environmental toxins can change 5 generations of children.
At the start of the show, we talked about a recent article that tries to demonize testosterone, and we discussed why such articles and the continued wrong views of TOT prevail. Next, we talked about why optimized men are such a threat to the system, and why it’s so important to stay out of the sick care model.
We also discussed:
- Why death rates are so high for people in their 70s
- 2nd and 3rd generation effects of birth control are here now
- The business model of Big Pharma
People are being controlled through consumerism now, and the institutions in power will do anything they can to keep us dependent on drugs, unhealthy, fat and entrenched in the sick care system. Not only is testosterone an inexpensive treatment for a litany of problems, it is the first line of defense against being turned into addicted consumers. The business model of these institutions is very simple. Harm kill, destroy, change the population, diminish humanity and profit from it. When we’re optimized, we can tear down the broken structures being used to manipulate a large portion of the population.
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