The speaker explains how its funded by the Tobacco and Alcohol Industry.
However, as the list comes up of the funders, hold it at 5:50 minutes, once you get to the bottom of the list start for a split second and hold again to see further down the list.
Its a bit blurred and where the names aren't familiar you need a guess as to exactly what the name is, but you can see:
First one I cant make out at all, then its: Bristol Myers Squibb, Johnson & Johnson, King Pharmaceuticals, Generic Pharmaceutical Association, Purdue Pharma, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer inc, Chevron Texaco, Amercian Grande (?), Endo Pharmaceuticals, La Roche inc, Merck & Co, Proctor & Gamble, Schering Plough Corporation, Exxon Mobil, Blue Cross, R J Reynolds, Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, Bayer Pharmaceuticals, Aeina (?), Philip Morris.
The ones we know are into drugging America (and any other nation they can get a profit from) I've put in bold.
That list comprises of 14 known companies interested in drugging the world. Which explains why America's war on drugs can only fail.
Presumably Chevron Texaco and Exxon Mobile are oil.
Will check but I think RJ Reynolds, Philip Morris and maybe American Grande are Tobacco.
That leaves 3: Blue Cross, the first unreadable name on the list and what looks like Aeina with a question mark around them.
I've no idea who on the list manufacturers alcohol, but overwhelmingly, the funders for Drug Free America are drug makers.
If anyone else can work out the first name on the list, or the one that looks like Aeina, or can cast light on which produce alcohol, or any other point, please add your comments.