Calling anti-vaccination sentiment a conspiracy theory, only works as long as your child is not a victim.<quoted text>
That's not the US' problem, anymore than it was our responsibility to kill a country's leader. You like the bully US but decry it, I just decry the US government. It should learn to keeps it's nose out of everyone's business more often, not butt in more. Pharma companies are not just US owned, many are actually Chinese and Japanese. There's a huge one in India that actually supplies a lot of the medicines to the US. India practically owns the medical industry as a whole, their advances surpass the US by quite a bit.
Now I gave you the benefit of the doubt on some of your assertions here, and didn't actually verify your sources. But you're sounding like one of those anti-vaccer nut job conspiracy morons, or an ultra nut liberal.
I don't know where you are getting your information, but the majority of pharmacies in America are privately owned and operated by americans. If the U.S. government can impose criminal repercussions for activities on foreign soil that violate the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) such as the bill H.R. 313, the "Drug Trafficking Safe Harbor Elimination Act of 2011, it can do so with legal drugs sold overseas via black market distribution networks involving well known American companies like Walgreens and CVS pharmacies.