Amazon quietly moving to take over the pharmaceutical retail business as Jeff Bezos seeks to profit on the death, disease and suffering caused by Big Pharma
By Robert Jonathan // Nov 13, 2017

The appropriately named online retail giant Amazon is apparently expanding into the prescription drug business in continuance of its plan for world economic domination.


In recent months, it has quietly obtained approval from 12 states, and possibly more, for wholesale pharmacy licenses, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. This has created a lot of buzz (no pun intended) for those who follow Big Pharma.

One analyst told the Post-Dispatch that Amazon is a "likely entry into the drug supply chain," possibly by partnering with an existing pharmacy benefit manager or buying into one.

In the alternative, Amazon may set up a "mail-order pharmacy" venture from scratch.

Amazon has yet to confirm or deny that it will become a distributor for prescription drugs, but it's no particular surprise that Big Pharma execs seem to welcome the Jeff Bezos-founded company into the space.

Bezos, one of the world's richest men if not the richest, also owns the globalist, fake news Washington Post, a publication that functions as one of President Trump's bitterest foes.

Reacting to the Amazon speculation, the Pfizer CEO claimed, "any system of distribution that can cut costs and get a wide availability of products to patients is something that the whole industry would be interested in," FiercePharma reported.

According to CNBC, Amazon may decide by Thanksgiving whether to begin selling pharmaceutical drugs, with its attendant regulatory hurdles and additional licensing requirements. Apparently the licenses it has already obtained only cover its existing medical-surgical equipment business.

Earlier this year when the Amazon-prescription drugs rumors began to surface in the media, Natural News founding editor Mike Adams asserted that the massive profits on the table in the pharmaceutical industry were too enticing for Amazon to pass up -- with sales estimated at perhaps $50 billion every year.

The mass poisoning of the people has become so incredibly profitable that every retailer wants a piece of the lucrative pie...Watch for to soon start pushing psychiatric medications, deadly statin drugs, toxic chemotherapy drugs (modeled after chemical weapons), addictive opioids and the mass drugging of children for profit. This is the new Amazon, where Prime delivery means that flying DRONES will deliver all the chemical medications needed to turn the population into biological drones.

Watch Mike Adams' take on Amazon's Big Pharma power play below.

Separately, it also remains to be seen if Amazon will make life difficult for local pharmacies to survive in the same way that it has posed challenges for brick-and-mortar retailers in general. (Related: Read more about prescription drugs and their toxic side effects at

As Natural News has previously noted, Amazon's unbridled capitalism, if that is an appropriate characterization of its business model, will seemingly exclude any hesitation for it to possibly become the nation's, and maybe even the world's, primary prescription drug e-commerce distributor.

It is highly unlikely that Amazon will warn people about the dangers and concerns surrounding pharmaceutical medications, and that could lead to serious consequences. But then, with so much money to be made, that’s the least of Amazon’s concerns.

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