This illustrates the tension between “healing” and the “the money machine” ….. the #covid19 challenge is amplifying this tension.
From February ’19, this matter was settled out of court I believe. Johnson & Johnson however have been involved in a similar matter in the US courts and a judge in Oklahoma presided over their guilty verdict and fined Johnson & Johnson $15billion and labelled them as “the biggest drug dealers in the world”.
The big four global auditors have fallen foul of the same collapse of ethics as they have provided audits for profit and are first in the queue to be paid when they are in charge of bankruptcy processes of the undertakings that they previously audited.
(BBC News – KPMG ousts head of financial services unit
Whether product based or service based, it seems that when any organisation serves money first whilst only pretending to put people first, then disaster awaits.
The banks brought about the 2008 global Ponzi scheme collapse as they all preferred to serve each other and made more money trading with each other whilst customers were a mere convenience for their money fixated super-schemes.
Billionaires across the continents are willing to sacrifice anything to keep the ruins of this collapsed Ponzi scheme covered in glitter.
We are all in this collapsed body, all tainted with the jackpot yearning conditioning that money can fix anything, so we are all ill.
Healing is the only paradigm that can open Mankind’s survival into becoming Humankind.
The make or break time for our fever appears to be near. I pray we are big enough to make it through. Salaam.
PS below is the latest litigation status of the big pharmaceutical companies 21/07/21
BBC News – Opioid crisis: US drug giants reach $26bn settlement
PPS here is further information re the criminal activities of the corporate drug dealers 23/11/21 ….
BBC News – Walgreens, CVS, and Walmart fuelled opioid crisis, Ohio jury finds
PPS Here is some more news 01/02/2022 on the resulting criminal cases against big pharmaceutical companies https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/feb/01/native-american-tribes-opioids-settlements-590m?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Other