Former Pfizer Vice President Blows The Whistle On Pay To Play Big Pharma

Warning the public about the dangers of Big Pharma seems to always get undermined by the label “conspiracy theory”—a stigmatizing term that silences dissent.

But what happens when the Vice President of one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world blows the whistle on his own industry’s corrupt practices? (scroll down for video)

Well, it reveals the sickeningly deep layers of corruption infesting the medical establishment—a shameless pay-for-play scheme where “everybody’s begging for money,” in the words of former Vice President of Pfizer turned whistleblower Dr. Peter Rost, MD.

That’s right: coming out in the damning vaccine-truth documentary “One More Girl,” Dr. Rost explains how everyone—from the government to universities—begs pharmaceutical giants for money, creating an inherent and system-wide conflict-of-interest.

“Nobody has any money,” says Dr. Rost, “the government doesn’t have any money, the universities don’t have money…the only ones that have money are these big multi-national corporations, and they have lots of money, and they use that money to basically buy influence.”

Rost then proceeds to explain—step by step—how the influence is bought, describing an elaborate network of massive grants and pricey speaking engagements—all designed to keep people’s pockets full and their commitments loyal.

Dr. Rost’s comments are supplemented by other statements by individuals like Dr. Marcia Angell, a physician and veteran editor-in-chief of the New England Medical Journal, who came out and essentially condemned the veracity of most clinical research:

“It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines.

“I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of the New England Journal of Medicine.”

At what point does questioning a study’s conflicts of interest become just as important as whether or not it’s been “peer-reviewed”?

You Can Watch Dr. Rost’s Damning Exposé Here: