The picture above was posted by Jeff of www.ciproispoison.com on some of the Fluoroquinolone Toxicity facebook groups. It got me thinking, if I got on the phone with Phil Blake, CEO of Bayer, what would I say? I know that I wouldn’t say the “right” things and that I would kick myself for everything that I did say, so I thought that I’d write him a letter. I didn’t want the letter to be too angry, crazy or irrational so I wrote a letter that tried to appeal to his humanity. I wrote another letter in which I tried to shame him into using the massive resources that Bayer has to fix the problems that they created. Neither of the letters really worked. I didn’t like them. They just didn’t seem appropriate. They either erred on the side of being too angry or too nice. They’re sitting on my computer, not on this blog, because I didn’t want to share them.
The thought entered my mind today that what I want to say to Mr. Blake is pretty simple. Here it is:
Dear Mr. Blake,
When the people of the world discover that your drugs, Cipro and Avelox, have permanently and irreversibly altered their DNA (or possibly just their mitochondrial DNA, but does it really make a difference?), that a sick and cruel experiment involving genetically modifying humans for corporate profit has been conducted, you, your board, your top executives and your top scientists will be tried for crimes against humanity. You will be found guilty, because you are. I can only hope that both you and I live long enough to see the day that you are sent to prison for your crimes.
One long sentence and two short ones. Is it angry, bitter, delusional, crazy, ill-advised (from a legal standpoint), etc.? Yeah, it’s probably all of those things. Oh well. It’s better than the sugar coated ones.
It’s not exactly hopeful, and I apologize for that.
I hope that I am delusional and just simply wrong. After all, I’m not a scientist. Lisa being wrong would be best for the world. You should probably believe that I’m wrong. In case you want to consider the possibility of me being right, here are the articles that I’m basing this post on:
More can be found on https://floxiehope.com/links-resources/ and, of course, the rest of the internet (or the library).
Back to the hope thing, I am fine. Other people have healed too. Most people get better with time, not worse. The body has amazing healing capabilities. You are not screwed. You are not doomed. You will be okay.
Mr. Blake, on the other hand, is screwed if people start paying attention. I can only hope – and write.