I’m not a medical expert, but I liked this thought-provoking article by Paul Fassa at Health Impact News on “German New Medicine” challenging the germ theory of disease that has been used to justify medical tyranny. The article links to a previous article on the alleged measles virus, and it addresses the theory of HIV being the cause of AIDS. Very controversial stuff. And it is really for those who are open-minded and don’t have too much of an emotional reaction to articles that question the establishment medicine status quo.
One of my pet peeves is something that went on just last night. There was a winter storm with snow last evening and through the night. I live in an apartment on the front of the building along the street.
The problem? The snow plow drivers now have this habit of driving the truck with the plow in the “up” position, and then when they’re going to do the plowing, just as they’re going by here they slam the plow down on the pavement, like as hard as possible. This goes on from maybe midnight through 3 AM or so.
Can’t the snow plow drivers make the plow go down to the pavement more slowly, so that it doesn’t slam down on the pavement? Do they do this on purpose, like as a practical joke? I’ll bet that the buttons or levers that they use to make the plow go down can be handled so that they can make the plow go down more slowly and gently. Especially during the overnight hours when people in the neighborhood are trying to SLEEP!
Another pet peeve of mine, as long as I’m writing this, is the delivery trucks. While the UPS and USPS trucks turn off their engines when making a delivery here, the FedEx trucks always leave the engine idling, and that smelly, disgusting truck exhaust makes its way inside, especially if I happen to have a window open. I have to make sure that when I go out I have all windows closed, just in case there’s a FedEx truck making a delivery here while I’m out. They really suck, and, because of this, if I ever have something delivered, I will only use UPS or USPS, but NEVER FedEx!
The oil delivery trucks also leave their engines idling as they are making an oil delivery to this building, and the other buildings on both sides. Is it necessary to leave the engine idling to make the oil delivery? They don’t have to do that.
Do these people understand that people in the apartment buildings along the street have windows that are very close to the sidewalk/street?
I’ve been living in this unit for a long time, and have been wanting to move out, believe me. But that has not been affordable. I may actually write here about that situation as well.
I was doing some googling on issues related to my ulcerative colitis condition, and found some information on the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation. They have a page devoted to their “sponsors,” which include mainly pharmaceutical companies. Nothing, no companies related to nutrition and nutrition therapies. Not one. So, it’s very disappointing, but not surprising. I don’t want to link to it. All you have to do is google “Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation sponsors.”
Very soon I will finally be completing my post on my experiences with doctors, their bad advice and bad prescription drugs and side effects, regarding my ulcerative colitis inflammatory condition, from the 1999-2008 period, and my journey from all that crap to nutritional medicine. But the post is not finished yet.
The truth is, it’s all about nutrition and avoiding foods (and drugs) that can cause inflammation or other issues. But the pharmaceutical companies (and the doctors tied to them, which is to say, most doctors) have invested a lot of time and money into continuing the mysticism of drugs as the way to go for “cures.” Millions of medical patients, their doctors, and the workers of the drug companies have been indoctrinated and brainwashed to have faith in their god, the PILLS!
I don’t want to over-emphasize the vaccine stuff, but there really have been a lot of developments in that category. Another article on Natural Blaze on vaccines tells about the agenda of the government-pharma complex, in which states are escalating their push to mandate vaccines. In that article, we hear about states removing “non-medical” waivers from vaccine mandates.
But this whole issue has to with freedom, as the article points out. In freedom, everyone has the right to opt out of anything that involves being injected into you or otherwise being made to have to ingest something you don’t want.
One point that some people try to make is the “herd immunity” mentality. It makes no sense. Each of us is an individual. And each individual has one’s own level of adequate nutrition and better immune system, having nothing to do with others.
But there is this “herd” mentality, in which the indoctrinated ones try to say that if one kid in the class isn’t vaccinated, then that compromises the safety of the other kids. But wait a minute. If the other kids have been vaccinated, then there is no problem. Right? They’ve been vaccinated. (Unless you are acknowledging that those vaccinations are unreliable. Hmmm.)
The article then points out that some vaccines have killed or injured people. Big Pharma wants to suppress those facts. I think that is one industry that I have seen in which there is such a pathological greed. And their enmeshment with the establishment doctors is sick.
I’m supposed to be writing more on this blog, like at least once a day, because I’ve been wanting to possibly get some sort of income this way. (I put a donate tab in the “About” page. Maybe I should put it on this home page. I’ve never used or had a “donate” tab before.) In some ways I am clueless about these kinds of things. But I work from my home computer, partly because of issues I have with stress and being under pressure, and that combined with my condition in the digestive area. And that’s the way it is right now.
But so far it is a bit frustrating trying to keep up this blog, because sometimes there’s “writer’s block,” and sometimes it’s a bit time consuming. But even with the posts that I have had I see there are few views. WordPress says that we should tell people about our blogs to get more people viewing it. But because I’ve been using this blog to tell about my experiences with my medical condition (ulcerative colitis) and with the dietary supplements I’ve been having, most of the people I know I don’t want to know about my digestive condition. But there are other ways to get more views, I suppose. I have added “Categories,” and “Tags,” which WordPress says helps in search results. After over 4 years of this, I am still “new” at it.
There is an article on Natural Blaze which discusses the cancer industry being very profitable for investors. And the article also notes that some studies have shown that in many cases while chemotherapy can shrink tumors in the short term it can nevertheless effect in cancer actually becoming more aggressive and tumors to spread. So the treatments can actually kill the patient before the cancer might have done.
The Natural Blaze article also points out how the FDA and AMA goes after doctors and other practitioners who have treated patients with alternative and nutritional therapies. But, do they ever go after doctors who give bad advice or bad prescription drugs that cause the patient more or worse problems? Nope.
Every time I read one of these things I am reminded of the medical ordeal I went through in which “doctors” were obsessed with their prescription drugs and cared not in the least to hear about nutrition and alternative treatments. I will be writing about that soon. And of course there’s my father, who, I believe, would not have had the arterial blockage, two strokes, and Alzheimer’s had he not been given the statin drugs, which were unnecessary in any event.
This article in Health Impact News informs us of the rampant child sex abuse in Southern Baptist Churches. In Houston, the Houston Chronicle investigated and “found widespread child sex abuse by over 220 Southern Baptist leaders against more than 700 victims since 1998.” That is, convicted or pleaded guilty to sex crimes against kids.
Why is this kind of thing happening, and why is it so widespread, in the 21st Century? Why are people acting like neanderthals? It’s sick.
I don’t want to over-emphasize the vaccine stuff, but Jon Rappoport has a touching post on the times in which vaccines do cause injury, and the mothers know that’s what the cause was.
When the child suddenly shows signs of cognitive dysfunction, possible signs of brain damage, and it occurs shortly after the child has received some kind of vaccine, the mother knows.
I can’t believe that vaccines are given to very young children, even babies, whose brains are still in the critical early developmental stages. It’s terrible what the medical establishment is doing to future generations. And how brainwashed a lot of people are now in rationalizing the abuses. Is this some sort of cult?
And Rappoport mentions the ignorant or corrupt doctors and government bureaucrats, many of whom also know.
Here is a segment from “Full Measure” with Sharyl Attkisson. (Transcript)
Today we investigate one of the biggest medical controversies of our time: vaccines. There’s little dispute about this much– vaccines save many lives, and rarely, they injure or kill. A special federal vaccine court has paid out billions for injuries from brain damage to death. But not for the form of brain injury we call autism. Now—we have remarkable new information: a respected pro-vaccine medical expert used by the federal government to debunk the vaccine-autism link, says vaccines can cause autism after all. He claims he told that to government officials long ago, but they kept it secret.
Health Impact News has this article on a new study that suggests that doctors should give all patients over the age of 75 statin drugs to keep cholesterol levels down. The article links to other articles questioning the validity of anti-cholesterol studies and showing that statin drugs are really not shown to lower cholesterol. Except the makers of the drugs have been making a lot of money in their scam.
I have mentioned this here before, but both my parents had been eating healthy for a long time. They had been eating a goodly amount of fruits and vegetables as well as having fish and poultry and reducing or eliminating entirely red meat from their diet. But at some point my father had been given lipitor to lower cholesterol levels. I have a feeling that his cholesterol was not high, and that it was “maybe a little high,” and that the doctor gave him lipitor to prevent it from getting higher. But if it was only a little high the doctors could’ve suggested looking at the diet more closely. I now believe that his cholesterol probably was at a normal level, but the doctor just wanted to give him the drug anyway, probably because the doctor is getting a lot of free stuff from the drug company.
I really believe that, had he not been given lipitor, my father would not have had the two strokes he had in 2013, or the arterial blockage that was found and that was in too difficult a location and so surgery was not an option, and that he would not have developed his Alzheimer’s that is now in the “last stage,” and other further complications. (UPDATE: He died.)
A commenter to the Health Impact News article mentioned that statin drugs inhibit the effects of vitamin K2, or deplete K2, which then causes the buildup of calcium where it doesn’t belong, such as the arteries or heart. Vitamin K2 effects in efficient calcium distribution and prevents that aforementioned calcium maldistribution. Statin drugs interfere with that, so because of this interference with vitamin K2 the statins can actually cause people to have strokes or heart attacks. Here is a 2015 study which shows just that.