Ohio Shocker: 793 Million Opioid Drug Doses Prescribed in One Year

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The state government of Ohio has filed a lawsuit against five drug companies: Teva, Allergen, Johnson & Johnson, Purdue, and Endo.

The suit accuses these companies of unlawful marketing practices that have led to Ohio’s opioid addiction “problem.”

Here’s the big one: the suit states that, in 2012, a staggering 793 million doses of opioid drugs were prescribed to Ohio citizens. That translates to an average of 68 pills for each person in Ohio.

The suit accuses the drug makers of conspiring to influence opinion leaders and various medical groups. This marketing blitz resulted in deceptive treatment guidelines, false information delivered at medical conferences, and misleading “science” articles—all designed to minimize the dire effects of opioids.

Well, yes, these painkillers (e.g., OxyContin) do kill pain. In the process, they also creation addiction and turn minds to mush.

Apparently, Ohio is pretty much in a collective trance state. We’re talking Zombification. 793 million opioid doses in one year.

Don’t forget the doctors who prescribe the drugs. As a group, they can’t care about their patients’ state of mind. Just load people up to the eyeballs with chemical pacification.

If you think this over-prescription epidemic corresponds to the actual amount of physical pain Ohio citizens are experiencing, think again. The drugs are obviously being handed out for other reasons: to sustain and feed addiction; to “treat depression”; to “manage dissatisfaction with life.” In other words, drug companies are promoting an ongoing profit bonanza for themselves. The human consequences don’t matter.

Keep in mind that drug companies pour advertising money like water into television programming—including the news.

The effects of the news and the effects of opioid drugs are a marriage made for the ages.

They both deliver hypnosis.

What a marvelous coincidence, right? Contemplate it.

Just so happens that the news, with its outright lies, useless information overload, misdirection, omissions of vital facts, lack of context, refusal to investigate deep scandals, cultivation of Voices of Authority, attention-span shortening, and various other strategies designed for trance-induction and mental passivity…join together with an opioid chemical brain sledgehammer that wipes out the possibility of rational thought.

Both brought to you by your friend, Big Pharma.

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  • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

    Well, someone has to keep the CIA in business.

    • Cynical Old Bastard


      They’ve come a long way since… then. Probably still finding bodies down there.

      Ya ever notice how in the Godfather saga and other movies of that genre… all the major players are always in in front of some sort of Congressional hearing or the target of an “investigation” or other… and they all walk clean while witnesses mysteriously die.

      Any of Y’all ever notice that?

      • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

        Whenever I see a major drug bust and someone going down for it, I just assume the Company is eliminating some unwanted competition or bringing their flock into line by way of example. The only thing more difficult than gaining a monopoly over something is maintaining it and thanks to US taxpayer support, they are well funded and powerful enough to do it. It’s actually quite clever how social welfare programs-supported by those who work and pay taxes-are used as a primary source of income for the purchase of illicit drugs, so that either way you cut it, taxpayers are actually funding their monopoly. Directly and indirectly.

        • Cynical Old Bastard

          Hell, Randy, that monopoly was a done deal decades back. Mena was just a small-scale model run on the real op. A rehearsal.

          They’re fully up and running on a federal level now. Like you say–both going and coming they got you.

      • Phil_Ossifer

        Yep. Look up “Warren Commission” and “House Select Committee on Assassinations.” And just about anything having to do with the Clintons.

        • Cynical Old Bastard

          Don’t really need to look them up, brother. Saw the shows live. The whole Watergate thingy was a pretty good show too. Like the “who shot JR” episodes… damn… I hit the IDGAF button on that one too. They drug it out too long.


          I might be the only living person on the planet who still doesn’t know who shot JR Ewing.

          • Smarty

            Not really. If you find out, let me know too….
            Thank you sir…

          • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

            I still don’t wanna know.

          • Cynical Old Bastard

            I hear ya on that.

            Back in the day seemed like everyone was speculating on who the culprit was. On the rare occasions I was asked for my thoughts and opinions on the matter my answer was always the same: IDGAF.

            Made for short conversations.

            Same thing about anything on TV as far as I’m concerned… IDGAF.

          • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

            Say, aren’t those the call letters for an Idahosia T(ranquilization)V(ehicle) station? I wouldn’t know; I haven’t done there, been that for approx. 9 yrs. now…..

          • Cynical Old Bastard

            Yep. That’s about the truth of it.

            I know people who are so well-hooked that they can barely go inside to pay for gasoline without being trapped by one.

            Remember that original Star Trek episode about “Landru” and how all the people were zombie slaves to the computer?

            That’s how I feel almost all the time now.

          • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

            Was that the “You’re not ‘Of The Body'” episode? Yuppers, if so….

          • Cynical Old Bastard

            Dat be da one. Scary shit.

            And just what, exactly, is it almost everyone (especially women) have in their hands almost 24/7? What is it that when deprived of (even for a short time) they become almost completely non-functional without?


            Just last week I had a lady trying to (persistently) sell me a smartphone. I only wanted to look at and perhaps buy another eReader. She could NOT BELIEVE that I didn’t have a cell phone… much less a smart one. Was horrified that I didn’t watch television and hadn’t since McGyver went off the air.

            Why… whatever did I do with all my time? Wasn’t I bored? Now if I had one of these smart phones my life would be so much more….

            I didn’t buy an eReader.

            Amazon is easier.

            I left.

      • renee ciccioni

        Great observation ,your right .

        • Cynical Old Bastard


          I’m an ArkLaTexan. We’ve been knowing about them folks for a long time. Some us of quite well from their land scamming days.

  • Rogue cops cost us money

    Its about fucking time….The collateral damage might be significant, sell your stock now………

  • renee ciccioni

    Great article.

  • Uncle Hormone

    A Zombie State; just as Kasich wants it to be; no mess, no bother with the transplanted ‘Hillbillies’ from Kentucky, West Virginia and southern Ohio,…keep them doped-up just like in their home states, where the soft-kill program is well underway.
    Only ‘The Titans’ can rule in Franklin County, and they are VERY self-serving.
    Just ask any homeless veteran who isn’t in the Central Ohio Old Boy Network.