Sunday 23 January 2011



By Eustace Mullins


1. The Medical Monopoly 1 

2. Quacks on Quackery 13 

3. The Profits of Cancer 59 

4. Death and Vaccination 129 

5. The Fluoridation Conspiracy .148 

6. Whither AIDS 169 

7. The Action of Fertilizers 187 

8. Contamination of the Food Supply 204 

9. The Drug Trust 226 

10. The Rockefeller Syndicate 310


The present work, the result of some forty years of investigative
research, is a logical progression from my previous books: the
expose of the international control of monetary issue and banking
practices in the United States; a later work revealing the secret
network of organizations through which these alien forces wield
political power ~ the secret committees, foundations, and political
parties through which their hidden plans are implemented; and now;
to the most vital issue of all, the manner in which these depredations
affect the daily lives and health of American citizens. Despite the
great power of the hidden rulers, I found that only one group has the
power to issue life or death sentences to any American ~ our nation's

I discovered that these physicians, despite their great power,
were themselves subjected to very strict controls over every aspect
of their professional lives. These controls, surprisingly enough, were
not wielded by any state or federal agency, although almost every
other aspect of American life is now under the absolute control of
the bureaucracy. The physicians have their own autocracy, a private
trade association, the American Medical Association. This group,
which is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, had gradually built up
its power until it assumed total control over medical schools and the
accreditation of physicians.

The trail of these manipulators led me straight to the same lairs
of the international conspirators whom I had exposed in previous
books. I knew that they had already looted America, reduced its
military power to a dangerously low level, and imposed bureaucratic
controls on every American. I now discovered that their
conspiracies also directly affected the health of every American. 

This conspiracy has resulted in a documented decline in the health
of our citizens. We now rank far down the list of civilized nations in
infant mortality and other significant medical statistics. I was able to
document the shocking record of these cold-blooded tycoons who
not only plan and carry out famines, economic depressions,
revolutions and wars, but who also find their greatest profits in their
manipulations of our medical care. The cynicism and malice of
these conspirators is something beyond the imagination of most
Americans. They deliberately mulct our people of millions of
dollars each year through "charitable" organizations and then use
these same organizations as key groups to bolster their Medical
Monopoly. Fear and intimidation are the basic techniques by which
the conspirators maintain their control over all aspects of our health
care, as they ruthlessly crush any competitor who challenges their
profits. As in other aspects of their "behavioural control" over the
American people, their most constantly used weapon against us is
their employment of federal agents and federal agencies to carry out
their intrigues. The proof of this operation may be the most
disturbing revelation of my work. 

Eustace Mullins
February 22, 1988 


I am grateful to the staff of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.
for their courtesy and cooperation in the preparation of this work.

 The Medical Monopoly

Chapter 1

The practice of medicine may not be the world's oldest
profession, but it is often seen to be operating on much the same
principles. Not only does the client wonder if he is getting what he
is paying for, but in many instances, he is dismayed to find that he
has actually gotten something he had not bargained for. 

An examination of the record shows that the actual methods of medical
practice have not changed that much through the eons. The recently
discovered Ebers papyrus shows that as early as 1600 B.C., more
than nine hundred prescriptions were available to the physician,
including opium as a pain-killing drug. As late as 1700, commonly
used medications included cathartics such as senna, aloe, figs and
castor oil.

Intestinal worms were treated by aspidium roots (the male
fern), pomegranate bark, or wormseed oil. In the East this was
obtained from the flowers of santonin; in the Western Hemisphere it
was pressed from the fruit and leaves of chenopodium.
Analgesics or pain relievers were alcohol, hyoscyamus leaves,
and opium. Hyoscyamus contains scopolamine, used to induce
"twilight sleep'' in modern medicine. In the sixteenth century, Arabs
used colchicum, a saffron derivative, for rheumatic pains and gout.

Cinchona bark, the source of quinine, was used to treat malaria;
chaulmoogra oil was used for leprosy, and ipecac for amoebic
dysentery. Burned sponge at one time was used as a treatment for
goiter; its content of iodine provided the cure. Midwives used ergot
to contract the uterus. Some two hundred years ago, the era of
modern medicine was ushered in by Sir Humphry Davy's discovery
of the anaesthetic properties of nitrous oxide. Michael Faraday
discovered ether, and Wilhelm Surtner isolated morphine from

Until the late nineteenth century, doctors practiced as free lance
agents, which meant that they assumed all the risks of their
decisions. The poor rarely encountered a doctor, as medical
ministrations were generally confined to the rich and powerful.

Curing a monarch could bring great rewards but failing to cure him
could be a fatal mistake. Perhaps it was the awareness of the
personal risks of this profession which gave rise to the plan for
monopoly, to level out the risks and rewards among a chosen few.
The attempts to build up this medical monopoly have now created a
modern plague, while the resolve to maintain this monopoly has cost
the public dearly in money and suffering.

Almost five centuries ago, one of the first attempts to set up this
monopoly took place in England. The Act of 1511, signed into law
by King Henry the Eighth, in England, made it an offence to
practice physic or surgery without the approval of a panel of
"experts." This Act was formalized in 1518 with the founding of the
Royal College of Physicians. In 1540, barbers and surgeons were
granted similar powers, when the King granted approval of their

They immediately launched a campaign to eliminate the
unauthorized practitioners who had served the poor. Apparently
there is nothing new under the sun, as much the same campaign has
long been underway in the United States. This harassment of doctors
who served the poor caused such widespread suffering in England
that King Henry the 8th was forced to enact the Quacks Charter in
1542. This Charter exempted the "unauthorized practitioners" and
allowed them to continue their ministrations. No such charter has
ever been granted in the United States, where a "quack" is not only
an unauthorized practitioner, that is, one who has not been
"approved" by the American Medical Association or one of the
government agencies under its control, but he is also subject to
immediate arrest. 

It is interesting that the chartering of quacks is not one of the
features of English life which was passed on to its American colony.

In 1617, the Society of Apothecaries was formed in England. In
1832, the British Medical Association was chartered; this became
the impetus for the forming of a similar association, the American
Medical Association, in the United States. From its earliest
inception, the American Medical Association has had one principal
objective, attaining and defending a total monopoly of the practice
of medicine in the United States. From its outset, the AMA made
allopathy the basis of its practice. 

Allopathy was a type of medicine whose practitioners had received
training in a recognized academic school of medicine, and who
relied heavily on surgical procedures and the use of medications.
The leaders of this brand of medicine had been trained in Germany. 
They were dedicated to the frequent use of bleeding
and heavy doses of drugs. They were inimical to any form
of medicine which had not proceeded from the academies and
which did not follow standardized or orthodox procedures.

Allopathy set up an intense rivalry with the prevalent
nineteenth school of medicine, the practice of homeopathy. This
school was the creation of a doctor named Christian Hahnemann
(1755-1843). It was based on his formula, "similibus cyrentur," like
cures like.

Homeopathy is of even greater significance to our time,
because it works through the immune system, using nontoxic doses
of substances which are similar to those causing the illness. Even
today, Queen Elizabeth is still treated by her personal homeopathic
physician at Buckingham Palace. Yet, in the United States,
organized medicine continues its frenetic drive to discredit and
stamp out the practice of homeopathic medicine. Ironically, Dr.
George H. Simmons, who dominated the American Medical
Association from 1899 to 1924, building that organization into a
national power, had for years run advertisements in Lincoln,
Nebraska, where he practiced, which proclaimed that he was a
"homeopathic physician."

Clinical trials have shown that homeopathy is as effective as
certain widely prescribed arthritic drugs, and also having the
overriding advantage that it produces no harmful side effects. 

However, the accomplishments of homeopathy have historically
been given the silent treatment, or, if mentioned at all, were greatly
misinterpreted or distorted. A classic case of this technique occurred
in England during the devastating outbreak of cholera in 1854;
records showed that during this epidemic, deaths at homeopathic
hospitals were only 16.4%, as compared to the death rate of 50% at
the orthodox medical hospitals. This record was deliberately
suppressed by the Board of Health of the City of London. 

During the nineteenth century, the practice of homeopathy
spread rapidly throughout the United States and Europe. Dr.
Hahnemann had written a textbook, "Homeopathica Materia
Medica," which enabled many practitioners to adopt his methods.
In 1847, when the American Medical Association was founded
in the United States, homeopaths outnumbered allopaths, the AMA
type of doctors, by more than two to one. Because of the
individualistic nature of the homeopathic profession, and the fact
that they usually practiced alone, they were unprepared for the
concerted onslaught of the allopaths.

From its beginning, the AMA proved that it was merely 
a trade lobby, which had been organized for the purpose
of stifling competition and driving the homeopaths out of business.

By the early 1900s, as the AMA began to achieve this goal, American
medicine began to enter its Dark Age. Only now
is it beginning to emerge from those decades of darkness, as a new,
holistic movement calls for treating the entire physical system,
instead of concentrating on one affected part.

A distinctive feature of the AMA's allopathic school of
medicine was its constant self-advertisement and promotion of a
myth, the myth that its type of medicine was the only one which was
effective. This pernicious development created a new monster, the
mad doctor as a person of absolute infallibility, whose judgment
must never be questioned. Most certainly, his mistakes must never
be mentioned. As Ivan Ilyich has pointed out in his shocking book,
"Medical Nemesis, the Expropriation of Health'' (1976), not only
has the effectiveness of the allopathic school of medicine proved to
be the stuff of mythology, but the doctors have now brought new
plagues into being, illnesses which Ilyich defines as "iatrogenic,"
causing a plague which he terms "iatrogenesis."

Ilyich claims thatthis plague is now sweeping this nation. He 
defines iatrogenesis asan "illness which is caused by a doctor's
medical intervention." 

Ilyich goes on to define three commonly encountered types of
iatrogenesis; clinical iatrogenesis, which is a doctor-made illness;
social iatrogenesis, which is deliberately created by the
machinations of the medical-industrial complex; and cultural
iatrogenesis, which saps the peoples will to survive. Of the three
types of iatrogenesis, the third may be the most prevalent.
Advertisements for various medications call it "stress,'' the difficulty
of surmounting the problems of every day life which are caused by
the totalitarian government and the sinister figures behind it, who
operate it for their own personal gain. Confronted with this
monstrous presence, which intrudes into every aspect of an
American citizen's daily life, many people are overcome by a feeling
of hopelessness, and are persuaded that there is nothing they can do.

In fact, this monster is extremely vulnerable, because it is so greatly
overextended, and when attacked, can be seen to be a paper tiger.


This advertisement appeared in the Lincoln, Nebraska, newspapers
years before he obtained his mail order diploma from Rush Medical College.
In this license "Doc" Simmons represents himself as a homeopath. 
He grew more ambitious in his  later advertisements and claimed to be a "licentiate of Gynecology and Obstetrics from the Rotuuda Hospitals, Dublin. Ireland".

Note the humbug "Compound Oxygen" Cure. 
Despite the AMA's frenetic claims of improving medical care,
records show that the state of American health is declining. During
the nineteenth century, it had shown steady improvement, probably
because of the ministrations of the homeopaths. A typical disease of
the period was tuberculosis. In 1812, the death rate from
tuberculosis in New York was 700 per 100,000. When Koch
isolated the bacillus in 1882, this death rate had already declined to
370. In 1910, when the first TB sanatarium was opened, this rate
had further declined to 180 per 100,000. By 1950, this death rate
had dropped to 50 per 100,000. Medical records prove that a 90%
decline in child mortality from scarlet fever, diptheria, whooping
cough and measles occurred before the introduction of antibiotics
and immunization, from 1860-1896.

This was also well before the  Food and Drug Act was passed in 1905,
which set up governmental control of interstate commerce in drugs.
In 1900, there was only one doctor for every 750 Americans. They had
usually served a two year apprenticeship, after which they could look forward
to earning about the same salary as a good mechanic. In 1900, the AMA
Journal, which was already under the editorship of Dr. George H. Simmons,
sounded the call to arms. "The growth of the profession must be
stemmed if individual members are to find the practice of medicine
a lucrative profession." One would find difficulty in reading in the
literature of any profession a more determined demand for
monopoly. But how was this goal to be achieved? The Merlin who
was to wave his magic wand and bring about this dramatic
development in the medical profession turned out to be none other
than the richest man in the world, the insatiable monopolist, John D.

Fresh from his triumph of organizing his gigantic oil
monopoly, a victory as well-blooded as any ancient Roman triumph,
Rockefeller, the creature of the House of Rothschild and its Wall
Street emissary, Jacob Schiff, realized that a medical monopoly
might bring him even greater profits than his oil trust. In 1892,
Rockefeller appointed Frederick T. Gates as his agent, conferring
upon him the title of "head of all his philanthropic endeavors." As it
turned out, each of Rockefeller's well-publicized "philanthropies"
was specifically designed to increase not only his wealth and power,
but also the wealth and power of the hidden figures whom he so
ably represented.

Frederick T. Gates' first present to Rockefeller was a plan to
dominate the entire medical education system in the United States. 
The initial step was taken by the organization of the Rockefeller
Institute of Medical Research. In 1907, the AMA "requested" the
Carnegie Foundation to conduct a survey of all the medical schools
of the nation. Even at this early date, the Rockefeller interests had
already achieved substantial working control of the Carnegie
Foundations which has been maintained ever since. It is well known
in the foundation world that the Carnegie Foundations (there are
several), are merely feeble adjuncts of the Rockefeller Foundation.
The Carnegie Foundation named one Abraham Flexner to head up
its study of medical schools. Coincidentally, his brother Simon was
the head of the Rockefeller Institute of Medical Research. The
Flexner Report was completed in 1910, after many months of travel
and study. It was heavily influenced by the German-trained
allopathic representation in the American medical profession. It was
later revealed that the primary influence on Flexner had been his trip
to Baltimore. He had been a graduate of Johns Hopkins University.
This school had been established by Daniel Coit Gilman (1831-

Gilman had been one of the three original incorporators of
the Russell Trust at Yale University (now known as the Brotherhood
of Death). Its Yale headquarters had a letter in German authorizing
Gilman to set up this branch of the Illuminati in the United States.

Gilman incorporated the Peabody Fund and the John Slater Fund,
which later became the Rockefeller Foundation. Gilman also
became an original incorporator of Rockefeller's General Education
Board, which was to take over the United States system of medical
education; the Carnegie Foundation and the Russell Sage
Foundation. At Johns Hopkins University. Gilman also taught
Richard Ely, who became the evil genius of Woodrow Wilson's
education. Gil man's final achievement in the last year of his life
was to advise Herbert Hoover on the advisability of setting up a
think tank.

Hoover later followed Gilman's plan in setting up the
Hoover Institution after the First World War. This institution
furnished the movers and shapers of the "Reagan Revolution" in
Washington. Not surprisingly, the American people found
themselves saddled with even more debt and an even more
oppressive federal bureaucracy, all the result of Daniel Coit
Gilman's Illuminati prospectus.

Flexner spent much of his time at Johns Hopkins University
finalizing his report. The medical school, which had only been
established in 1893, was considered to be very up-to-date. It was
also the headquarters of the German allopathic school of medicine
in the United States. Flexner, born in Louisville, Ky., had studied at
the University of Berlin. The president of the Zionist Organization
of America, Louis Brandies, also from Louisville, was an old friend
of the Flexner family. After Woodrow Wilson appointed Brandeis to
the Supreme Court, Brandeis appointed himself a delegate to Paris
to attend the Versailles Peace Conference in 1918. His purpose was
to advance the goals of the Zionist movement at this conference.
Bernard Flexner, who was then an attorney in New York, was asked
to accompany Brandeis as the official legal counsel to the Zionist
delegation in Paris. Bernard Flexner later became a founding
member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and a trustee of the
Rockefeller Foundation with his brother Simon.

Simon Flexner had been appointed the first director of the
Rockefeller Institute of Medical Research at its organization in
1903. Abraham Flexner joined the Carnegie Foundation for the
Advancement of Teaching in 1908, serving there until his retirement
in 1928. He also served for years as a member of Rockefeller's
General Education Board. He was awarded a Rhodes Memorial
lectureship at Oxford University. His definitive work was published
in 1913, "Prostitution in Europe."

Abraham Flexner submitted a final report to Rockefeller which
apparently was satisfactory in every way. Its first point was an
emphatic agreement with the AMA's lament that there were too
many doctors. The Flexner solution was a simple one; to make
medical education so elitist and expensive, and so drawn out, that
most students would be prohibited from even considering a medical
career. The Flexner program set up requirements for four years of
undergraduate college, and a further four years of medical school.

His report also set up complex requirements for the medical schools;
they must have expensive laboratories and other equipment. As the
requirements of the Flexner Report became effective, the number of
medical schools was rapidly reduced. By the end of World War I,
the number of medical schools had been reduced from 650 to a mere
50 in number. The number of annual graduates had been reduced
from 7500 to 2500. The enactment of the Flexner restrictions
virtually guaranteed that the Medical Monopoly in the United States
would result in a small group of elitist students from well to do
families, and that this small group would be subjected to intense

What has the Flexner Report cost the average American
citizen? Some recent statistics throw light on the situation. The New
York Times reported that in 1985, the cost of health care per person
in the United States was $1800 per year; in England, $800 per year;
in Japan, $600 per year. Yet both England and Japan rank higher on
the scale of quality of medical care than the United States.

Compared to Japan, for instance, which has a higher living standard
than the United States, but which furnished its citizens with quality
medical care for $600 per person each year, comparative medical
care in the United States cannot be valued higher than $500 per year
per person. What is the $1300 per person difference? It is the $300
billion per year looting of the American public by the Medical
Monopoly, in overcharges, criminal syndicalist activities, and the
operations of the Drug Trust.

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