Philippines: Why I quit the drugs industry
Without food – the very thing they did need for their health — many died so that I could have an easy life and drug companies could make huge profits. After four years, I quit my job.
My experience taught me that refusing to kill is not only a call to people directly involved in the military machine; it is a call for all of us to consider whether we are complicit in people’s death and disability; whether we work for caring or for killing.
I am now actively involved in the campaign to put an end to the business of killing lives in the greed for money and power. Like the doctor I never was I have vowed to use my skills to make people better. The killing business thrives on lies. It is my business now to help tell the truth.