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Survival of Billy Best proves Cancer Doctors wrong

© Mike Adams, NaturalNews.com
If there's one thing that cancer doctors and health authorities can't stand, it's being wrong. And in the case of 13-year-old Daniel Hauser, the cancer doctors insist that unless the boy submits to chemotherapy as a "treatment" for Hodgkin's Lymphoma, he will almost certainly die.

But there's a problem with that claim. The problem is a man named Billy Best, now 31 years old, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma at the age of 16. Like Daniel Hauser, Billy Best was told he would die if he didn't submit to chemotherapy. But with remarkable courage and wisdom about his own body's healing capabilities, Billy Best fled the health authorities, ran away from his family and began eating roots, superfoods and medicinal herbs. He regularly drank an alternative cancer liquid formula (made from plants) and before long his cancer was cured.

Billy, of course, is alive and well today... fifteen years after his cancer doctors said he should be dead.


Doctors Warn: Avoid Genetically Modified Food

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On May 19th, the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) called on "Physicians to educate their patients, the medical community, and the public to avoid GM (genetically modified) foods when possible and provide educational materials concerning GM foods and health risks."[1] They called for a moratorium on GM foods, long-term independent studies, and labeling. AAEM's position paper stated, "Several animal studies indicate serious health risks associated with GM food," including infertility, immune problems, accelerated aging, insulin regulation, and changes in major organs and the gastrointestinal system. They conclude, "There is more than a casual association between GM foods and adverse health effects. There is causation," as defined by recognized scientific criteria. "The strength of association and consistency between GM foods and disease is confirmed in several animal studies."

More and more doctors are already prescribing GM-free diets. Dr. Amy Dean, a Michigan internal medicine specialist, and board member of AAEM says, "I strongly recommend patients eat strictly non-genetically modified foods." Ohio allergist Dr. John Boyles says "I used to test for soy allergies all the time, but now that soy is genetically engineered, it is so dangerous that I tell people never to eat it."


Swine Flu Swindle: Mass Vaccination

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Infants can get up to 20 Vaccinations in their first 6 months.
More talk and planning for mass flu vaccinations, not one but perhaps three this year, is getting under my skin. The vaccines are neither safe or effective, studies show. Kids now get up to 48 shots - 20 or so in the first 6 months of life. In the last century, the major vax programs were introduced near the natural end of the epidemics.

A survey of 274 studies conducted by researchers from the internationally prestigious Cochrane Vaccine Field in Italy, and published in the British Medical Journal on October 28, 2006 stated that flu vaccines have not been shown to be effective or safe. The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), the National Vaccine Information Center is calling on the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to stop recommending annual flu immunization.

The latest crystal-ball decree (May 8, 2009) out of the World Health Organization and the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) is that 2 billion humans (one-third of Earth's population) could be infected this fall and winter with the current swine flu virus or its genetic derivatives. It is now being considered to rush and make 600 million doses of a vaccine. The federal government may be asking Americans to receive not one flu vaccine, but three. That's quite an overreaction, given two somewhat related deaths in the U.S. and a few hundred folks running a fever with some diarrhea.

Alarm Clock

Obama's Animal Farm - Bigger, Bloodier Wars Equal Peace and Justice

"The Deltas are psychos...You have to be a certified psychopath to join the Delta Force...", a US Army colonel from Fort Bragg once told me back in the 1980's. Now President Obama has elevated the most notorious of the psychopaths, General Stanley McChrystal, to head the US and NATO military command in Afghanistan. McChrystal's rise to leadership is marked by his central role in directing special operations teams engaged in extrajudicial assassinations, systematic torture, bombing of civilian communities and search and destroy missions. He is the very embodiment of the brutality and gore that accompanies military-driven empire building. Between September 2003 and August 2008, McChrystal directed the Pentagon's Joint Special Operations (JSO) Command which operates special teams in overseas assassinations.


WHO Investigates Possibility Swine Flu May Be Human "Error"

The World Health Organization is investigating a claim by an Australian researcher that the swine flu virus circling the globe may have been created as a result of human error.

Adrian Gibbs, 75, who collaborated on research that led to the development of Roche Holding AG's Tamiflu drug, said in an interview that he intends to publish a report suggesting the new strain may have accidentally evolved in eggs scientists use to grow viruses and drugmakers use to make vaccines. Gibbs said he came to his conclusion as part of an effort to trace the virus's origins by analyzing its genetic blueprint.

"One of the simplest explanations is that it's a laboratory escape," Gibbs said in an interview with Bloomberg Television today. "But there are lots of others."

The World Health Organization received the study last weekend and is reviewing it, Keiji Fukuda, the agency's assistant director-general of health security and environment, said in an interview May 11. Gibbs, who has studied germ evolution for four decades, is one of the first scientists to analyze the genetic makeup of the virus that was identified three weeks ago in Mexico and threatens to touch off the first flu pandemic since 1968.

A virus that resulted from lab experimentation or vaccine production may indicate a greater need for security, Fukuda said. By pinpointing the source of the virus, scientists also may better understand the microbe's potential for spreading and causing illness, Gibbs said.

Comment: Given that:

Pharmaceutical companies stand to make billions of dollars from vaccines against new strains of the flu virus


in order to make the vaccines pharmaceutical companies combine strains of the virus

what are the chances that any such release was "accidental"?

Bad Guys

Rebranding the Long War

© Tribune photo by Candice C. Cusic, August 7, 2007

Obama does his Bush impression

The "lasting commitment" Washington war-time summit/photo-op between United States President Barack Obama and the AfPak twins, "Af" President Hamid Karzai and "Pak" President Asif Ali Zardari was far from being an urgent meeting to discuss ways to prevent the end of civilization as we know it. It has been all about the meticulous rebranding of the Pentagon's "Long War".

In Obama's own words, the "lasting commitment" is above all to "defeat al-Qaeda". As an afterthought, the president added, "But also to support the democratically elected, sovereign governments of both Pakistan and Afghanistan." To have George W Bush's man in Kabul and former premier Benazir Bhutto's widow defined as "sovereign", one would be excused for believing Bush is still in the White House.


It's snowing all over the world

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Ice in the Arctic is often twice as thick as expected, report surprised scientists who returned last week from a major scientific expedition. The scientists - a 20-member contingent from Canada, the U.S., Germany, and Italy - spent one month exploring the North Pole as well as never-before measured regions of the Arctic.

Among their findings: Rather than finding newly formed ice to be two metres thick, "we measured ice thickness up to four metres," stated a spokesperson for the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research of the Helmholtz Association, Germany's largest scientific organisation.

Then we get this from the United States: "Sorry, Al Gore, but Public Cares About the Economy, Not Global Warming".

Gallup Poll Editor Frank Newport says he sees no evidence that Al Gore's campaign against global warming is winning. "It's just not caught on," says Newport. "They have failed." Or, more bluntly: "Any measure that we look at shows Al Gore's losing at the moment. The public is just not that concerned." What the public is worried about: the economy.

He adds: "As Al Gore I think would say, the greatest challenge facing humanity . . . has failed to show up in our data."


Famed UFO historian: humanity may be targeted by predatory Reptilian extraterrestrial species

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Richard M. Dolan, a preeminent UFO historian whose book series on UFOs and the National Security State is characterized by rigorous empirical and historical research, has affirmed the possible validity of the hypothesis advanced by researcher Laura Knight-Jadczyk that a non-physical predatory Reptilian extraterrestrial species may be targeting humanity.

Writing in a preface to Knight-Jadczyk's new book High Strangeness: Hyperdimensions and the Process of Alien Abductions, Dolan states:
"It's a rare book that has the ability to change one's mind about the world. Rarest of all are those gems with the ability to change one's life. High Strangeness is such a book....

High Strangeness is a book that lays out provocatively and passionately the hidden slavery of the human race." Dolan goes on to describe the field theory set out in that book, "The human race is being manipulated physically and spiritually by a race of beings that we know as the Reptilians.... They can manipulate time with ease, they control the "Greys" and they live in what is known as the Fourth Density.

Dolan writes of this field theory, "The Reptilians are able to manipulate and control us in just the way we can control cattle. But simply because the Reptilians live in a state of consciousness that is higher than ours does not mean they are ethical. They are, in fact, what we would refer to as pretty evil. They exist in what is called a Service to Self (STS) state of being."

Comment: We notice that our author refers to the ideas presented by Laura Knight-Jadczyk as an "hypothesis" - which is correct. But then we see it magically becomes "field theory". Certainly "field theory" may be a loose way of expressing hyperdimensional realities when addressing non-scientists and thus will attract the attention of more readers than just "hypothesis" (doesn't matter how well grounded a hypothesis), however it is just this sort of lack of precision that can lead to erroneous impressions. The point should be not in attracting the readers but in portraying the truth as precisely as possible. This "field theoretical" distortion repeats all through the article.


Much Ado About the Flu: Is the Media Frenzy Justified?

Scientists use various models to evaluate risk, but researchers have long understood that ordinary people don't rely on mathematical probability to assess the dangers posed by some phenomenon - they use other kinds of rules.

For example, we're much more accepting of risks that we assume voluntarily. That's one reason why people who smoke a pack a day will go to a zoning board meeting to fight against a diesel bus yard.

People are also more accepting of risk when they have a sense of control. Driving a car is much more dangerous than riding in an airplane, but as an airplane passenger, you feel helpless. Another reason people worry more about airplane crashes than motor vehicle accidents is because the events are more noteworthy - a whole lot of people killed all at once, instead of one or two here and there, even though the latter adds up to a lot more people over time.


Researchers Question Nature, Cause and Treatment of "Swine Flu" Outbreak

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"Swine Flu"
An independent researcher has collated a set of key questions regarding the Swine Flu outbreak in Mexico. The questions relate to recent events before the outbreak and corporate interests involved with the supply of 'vaccine'.

It was stated by the US Centre for Disease Control (CDC) that the first case of "Swine Flu" was diagnosed in Mexico on the 17th of April. In the last few weeks, several researchers have sent information to Andrew Johnson, an independent lay researcher who runs a free website called "Check the Evidence". Johnson explains "I was sent information that includes commentary provided by Alternative Health figures such as Dr Joseph Mercola, an osteopathic physician, and Dr Leonard Horowitz, a Harvard Graduate of Dental Medicine. Their commentaries vigorously challenge mainstream reports about the Swine Flu scares."

On his website, Dr Mercola states "this isn't the first time the public has been warned about swine flu. The last time was in 1976, right before I entered medical school and I remember it very clearly. It resulted in the massive swine flu vaccine campaign. Do you happen to recall the result of this massive campaign? Within a few months, claims totalling $1.3 billion had been filed by victims who had suffered paralysis from the vaccine. The vaccine was also blamed for 25 deaths."

Suspicions have also been raised about the actual nature of the virus itself , following comments by a WHO Official that the current strain contains both Avian and Swine Flu characteristics. Johnson states, "Some would say this was only possible if the virus had been genetically manipulated in a laboratory".