The Profitability of
An Early Death
Perhaps you've seen their heart-warming public service ads on TV
about renovating a drug rehab center and how much they care about
kids despite being a cigarette manufacturmanufacturmanufacturer.
Here's something they left out of those 60 second announcements.
The tobacco giant Phillip Morris just suffered an embarrassing
public relations gaffe by inadvertently revealing a fact economists,
actuaries and eugenicists know but rarely speak publicly about.
Governments save huge amounts of money when citizens die prematurely.
Phillip Morris, one of the world's wealthiest corporations, recently
commissioned a study intended to highlight this fact as a selling point
to the Czech government, which is considering legislation to
regulate cigarette smoking.
Phillip Morris controls almost 90%
of the rapidly-growing Czech
The study described premature deaths from cancer and emphysema as,
"indirect positive effects" of smoking, leading to "savings in public
health care costs and state pensions due to early mortality of smokers."
Responsible for millions of deaths in the U.S. due to smoking and the
decades spent hiding the truth about its dangers from the public,
Phillip Morris is by no means unique in its coldly-calculating bottom
line approach to business. Automobile, pesticide, chemical, food,
biotech, pharmaceutical and health care corporations all factor in
similar statistical selling points as they lobby the Congress to prevent
legislation from being passed that would protect human life.
Ever wonder why U.S. technology can get us to the moon but can't
manufacture cars that don't blow up when hit or that kill an average
of 50,000 Americans each year? Why do 500,000 Americans die each
year from nothing more than taking prescription drugs? Did it strike you
as peculiar when our "compassionate" President GW Bush wanted to prevent
new restrictions on how much arsenic - a deadly poison - would be
allowed in our drinking water?
Are you curious as to why in this modern age of refrigeration there's
a steady increase in deaths from food poisoning or why our food supply
is more disease-ridden than at any time in the past fifty years? Is the
government's rush to release thousands of untested genetically-altered
plants, animals and organisms into the environment scientific
over-confidence, or might it be an indication of a more sinister purpose
than helping feed the multitudes?
As you watch the news each night, do you ever wonder why so many
people are getting cancer, are infertile, have disabling learning
disabilities or psychological problems and thus need a lifetimes worth
of expensive prescription drugs in order to function - drugs which will
directly shorten their lives?
Is it possible our government wants people to die prematurely?
Just think of it in these simple terms. If millions of today's senior
citizens were to die a mere one year sooner, the U.S. government would
save hundreds of billions of dollars in health care costs, social
security and other social services. If they died five years sooner the
savings might amount to trillions of dollars. Viewed in that context,
causing even a minor increase in premature death in the American
population would be the single most cost-effective economical measure
the government could ever take.
New York City often represents the cutting edge of U.S. governmental
efforts concerning human health. Whether it's throwing children off
welfare, issuing the police hollow-point bullets, closing public
hospitals or spraying the entire population with toxic pesticides, Mayor
Rudolph Giuliani can be counted on to be at the forefront of any
government efforts to downsize the population.
Take his enthusiasm during the past three years for spraying poisons
invented by the Nazis on eight million New Yorkers.
Was it an oversight or an error that the Mayor consistently lied to
the public about the well-known negative health effects of being
repeatedly exposed to the organophosphate and pryrethyroid nerve gasses
Malathion and Anvil? Was it an accident that products whose labels
specifically state they are not to be sprayed on people under any
circumstances were directly applied to children in parks, to shoppers
and to millions of workers going to and from their jobs? 
My eight years of research on Mayor Giuliani shows him to be
ideologically linked in numerous ways to the science of eugenics or
population control - as is his pal GW Bush. Both men claim to get their
ideological inspiration directly from the Manhattan Institute, a
right-wing think tank founded by Reagan's CIA chief William Casey after
he brought thousands of former Nazi experts in eugenics to the U.S.
If understanding Giuliani's Nazi-connection requires one to research
the maze-like corporate, think tank and CIA connections behind his
administration, GW Bush's are a simple matter of documented American
history. Until the U.S. Congress seized their assets in 1942, President
Bush's family operated banks and shipping companies that were fronts for
the Third Reich. Their Nazi-connection is the source of the Bush family
fortune and continues to this day. 
Bush and Giuliani's policies euphemistically code-named,
"compassionate conservatism" and "quality of life", share a common but
never publicly stated objective - the efficient shortening of our
The poor, children, minorities, the elderly and the environment must
all be sacrificed in order to increase the profitability of corporations
- the same corporations which put these elected officials in office or
which in Bush's case, he, his family and his administration members are
major stock-holders in.
The increase in disease creates fantastic economic opportunities for
drug manufacturers and health providers while at the same time lessening
the long-term total in social benefits that the government must pay out.
Disease is rapidly becoming the driving force behind the entire U.S.
economy. It may prove even better than war as a profit-driving
What more cost-effective way to cut government spending than to
massively apply chemicals to the population which reduce fertility,
worsen chronic illnesses such as asthma (which is at epidemic
proportions among minorities in N.Y.C.) and lead to terminal diseases
such as cancer?
The reason many people balk at accepting this view of Giuliani or
Bush as eugenicists is that they don't see people immediately dying in
large numbers as a result of their policies. What isn't understood is
that we are dealing with death rates as analyzed by an actuary. Like
geology, the effects can only be observed over a long period of
Learning from the mistakes of the past century, immediate death - as
in rounding up millions of people and shipping them to gas chambers - is
an unworkable solution from this viewpoint. Reducing life expectancy by
as little as a single year or reducing fertility so that one less child
is born to each family or so that an additional 15-30% of people become
infertile is all that's needed in order to save vast amounts of
government money while creating a huge economic boon for pharmaceutical,
chemical and medical companies.
These savings on social programs can then be passed along in the form
of tax write-offs and corporate welfare - exactly as Giuliani and Bush
have done to the delight of their wealthiest patrons.
Another factor that makes it hard to comprehend what's really going
on is that today's eugenics agenda is not necessarily about targeting
Jews, Blacks or some other minority. In this madness, no one is to be
spared. Giuliani's enthusiastic use of Malathion may have even given
himself prostate cancer, which is a known effect of repeated Malathion
Before you say this proves he could not have known it was harmful,
ask yourself if Phillip Morris executives didn't allow their family
members, children and friends to smoke, knowing as they did that tobacco
was a definite cause of cancer?
Ask yourself if Ford executives allowed their friends to drive cars
they knew were defective and might shred their tires at high speeds or
Ask yourself if the drug manufacturers that have every study at their
disposal and know the long-term effects of taking their products don't
allow their own friends, family and relatives to take these dangerous
medications or if chemical company executives aren't aware that they and
their children are being slowly killed by air pollution and chemical
contamination of the environment?
Perhaps this is what is meant by the saying, money is the root of all
We all owe a debt of gratitude to whoever at Phillip Morris
commissioned the benefits of an early death study. Perhaps as a result
more Americans will realize that our corporations and the government
they own and operate may not be the public servants and public
benefactors their glossy commercials and service announcements would
lead us to believe they are.
Public enemy #1 might actually be a
far more apt description for
 CBS Evening News 7/17/2001
Philip Morris: Dead Smokers Cheaper
Tobacco Co. Outlines Savings To Czech Gov't From Smokers' Deaths
Company Is Lobbying Against Stricter Anti-Smoking
July 17, 2001 AP
(cbs) "sick smokers may burden a country's health care
system, but dead smokers save governments money. that's the conclusion
of a study on the financial cost of smoking that was commissioned by
tobacco giant philip morris. the company is lobbying the czech
government against stricter health regulations on cigarettes with a
study of "indirect positive effects" of smoking, detailing "savings in
public health care costs and state pensions due to early mortality of
smokers...the study by research company arthur d. little international
concluded that the financial benefits to the czech government from
duties and taxes paid by consumers, importers and tobacco businesses
outweighed the costs of health care, lost working days and fires
caused by cigarettes. "
 For the latest article on Giuliani's West Nile Virus fiasco
Village Voice 7/18-24/2001
Mutant Malathion: How New York's mosquito spray campaign spawned a
 For numerous documented articles about the Bush/Giuliani-Nazi
connection, the CIA's Manhattan Institute, eugenics and West Nile Virus
information, see the
Former NYC Mayor Rudolph Giuliani may have revealed a lot more about
what happened on 9/11 than he intended this past Saturday while
addressing a Conference of Mayors breakfast honoring the WTC ( World
Trade Center ) victims.
NY Times 1/27/2002
U.S. Ignored Threat of Terror, Giuliani Says
"In the 1930's, Hitler told us what he was going to do, and
we ignored it, for years and years and years. In the 1990's, the
terrorists told us what they were going to do. And we ignored it. We
glorified Yasir Arafat when he was training terrorists in Palestine.
We allowed Saddam Hussein to build weapons of mass destruction as we
End of Quote from NY
When a man who has been publicly compared to Hitler throughout his
career invokes the Fuhrer by name we should all pay attention. Giuliani
was 100% right that we knew what Hitler, Saddam Hussein and bin Laden
were going to do, but he left out how we knew. How we knew is the key to
understanding Giuliani, the Bush administration and what really happened