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Ellen Brown on the Drug Industry's Health Politics

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Image uploaded from a quicklink Ellen Brown is a civil litigation attorney who has written 11 books on health and the politics of health, including the Web of Debt: The Shocking Truth About Our Money System (which focuses on the money and banking system itself), and Forbidden Medicine, which traces the suppression of natural health treatment back to the corrupting influences of our financial system.

In the course of writing her books, Brown was asked to join the legal team of Jimmy Keller, an alternative cancer therapist in Tijuana, who was jailed for, as she puts it, "the alleged crime of representing that he had a high rate of cure for cancer."

"He always showed the movie World Without Cancer to his patients, which is by Ed Griffin," she says, "so I read the book World Without Cancer, and it linked the cancer industry--the cancer cartel, basically--with the banking cartel. It showed they had the same roots.

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