Rockefeller Medicine Men

Corporate capitalism - Roots of fascist corporatist system.

A 1979 book gives the background to the medical tyranny we are living in 2020.  Corbett Report covers the development from homeopathic medicine to alopathic; to the extent of even outlawing natural traditional medicine.

Corbett Report video  ‘Rockefeller Medicine Men’ ~ 1979, E Richard Brown

Make medicine serve their own interests.  A medical system, as a health care industry, that poorly serves society.  At first doctors didn’t want government to control their business but they were inevitably indoctrinated with training in Rockefeller funded medical schools, especially to promote their 'modern' medicine; not only with new fundamental knowledge, but to cure everything with chemicals.

In the 1920s Rockefeller tried to change Chinese medicine.  His foundation bought the Union Medical School and renamed it the Peking Union Medical College; in effect a laboratory for their social ideas.  They introduced John Hopkins model.

1800s society sanctioned both approaches: aleopathic and homeopathic medicine.  Allopaths used scientific theory as ‘heroic medicine’; using toxic mercury and lead to displace disease, in their ignorance whereas homeopathics (Impirics) worked with the body's ability to heal itself.  (Whilst we know now only surgery can help in some instances, there is still a large place for homeopathic treatments)

AMA, American Medical Association, joined with big money (Karneggie, Morgan) to finance surgery, radiation and drugs.  This would become the new medical economy.  [G Edward Griffin, 'World Without Cancer' quotes.] Bankers had people on board of directors in exchange for grants.  Schools were taken over by bankers overnight.  All leading towards pharmaceutical drugs.  Within 20 years, doctors were all taught about drugs, trained to give prescriptions; supporting a Patented medicine business.

Rockefeller have their men on all the drug boards.  Nature is no good as far as big pharma is concerned, due to low cost of raw ingredients which are available in abundance; despite thousands of years of humanity's discoveries, naming plants 'pharmacia' when known to have medicinal qualities.

Corbett asks: "What compels them?"  Profit motif? Medicines also rely on petrochemical based medicines, which they already had access to and funds from.  Their motivation is power and control since they have access to all sources of money.

Eugenics and Depopulation - Rockefeller funded the Population Council 1952  (overpopulation would ravage the earth) and appointed Frederick Osborne, leader of American Eugenics Society, as President.

In 1960s Rockefeller’s funded WHO funded task force in fertility vaccines for fertility regulation which eventually succeeded in developing an anti-HCG, a vaccine which caused spontaneous abortion in vaccinated women.

“There is a driving motivating guiding ideology behind these economic elites: and it is a desire to get rid of you and me....."   James Corbett

The Medicine Men: by Dr. Vernon Coleman, Publisher Temple Smith 1965

Big pharma has been against Dr. Coleman since 1970s, but he continues to give recordings of his thoughts on the dangers of the new Covid doctrines.  Consequently his YouTube videos mentioning vaccines are often censored by deletion.  The transcripts are always on his website


‘…what he says of the present is true: and it is the great merit of the book that he says it from the viewpoint of a practising general practitioner, who sees from the inside what is going on, and is appalled by the consequences to the profession and to the public.’
Brian Inglis, Punch 21.5.1975

‘’The Medicine Men’ by Dr Vernon Coleman, was the subject of a 14 minute ‘commercial’ on the BBC’s Nationwide television programme recently. Industry doctor and general practitioners come in for a severe drubbing: two down and several more to go because the targets for Dr Coleman’s pen are many, varied and to say the least, surprising. Take the physicians who carry out clinical trials: many of those, claims the author, have ‘sold themselves to the industry and agreed to do research for rewards of one kind or another, whether that reward be a trip abroad, a piece of equipment, a few dinners, a series of published papers or simply money.’ The Pharmaceutical Journal, May 17 1975

‘The Medicine Men’ is well worth reading.’
Times Educational Supplement 6.6.75

‘Vernon Coleman, aged 28, is not a mine of information – he is a fountain. It pours out of him, mixed with opinions which have an attractive common sense ring about them.’
Coventry Evening Telegraph 12.5.75