Scouring the health news from mainstream sources can be very disturbing, and even confusing when they use doublespeak, as written about in the book '1984'.  Doublespeak is the act of promoting two completely contradictory beliefs as true to sow confusion and foster manipulation.  It is a way of negating unwanted concepts.

War Is Peace
Freedom Is Slavery
Ignorance Is Strength

-- 1984

For instance, the New York Times tells its readers to spend wisely on vitamins, because vitamins are ineffective, and have not been thoroughly tested.  Technically, water was never "thoroughly tested" either, for those who are interested in such word games.  According to The Times, only "USP" (U.S. Pharmacopoeia) vitamins are even worthwhile.  Yes, this is the very same Pharmacopoeia that once suggested patients drink mercury and arsenic compounds for therapeutic medical effects.  The Times' behavior hearkens back to the days when chiropractors were put in prison for making 'unapproved medical claims', like for instance, the "claim" that vitamin C is beneficial to the immune system.  Readers of the New York Times will, of course, already know just how crazy taking vitamin C is, and will likewise know that Times reporters are not prostituting themselves for Big Pharma -- makers of the self-approved U.S.P. vitamins.

Real Vitamins

The Times naturally recommended U.S.P. vitamins, which are the ones made in huge synthetic chemical factories, usually by Big Pharma, with such noteworthy ingredients as industrial iron melted in sulfuric acid -- to make all natural iron supplements.  By the way, this is exactly why most iron supplements are so fatally poisonous upon overdose.  U.S.P. vitamins are the very vitamins that the body cannot properly process or digest because they are so foreign to it, and they are actually slightly toxic because of this.  Claiming that food-based natural vitamins and competing supplements do not work, while claiming that U.S.P. vitamins do is like saying that smoking cigarettes is the only effective way to treat lung congestion.  This is a surprisingly appropriate analogy, since smoking cigarettes was an unofficial but popular orthodox medical treatment too, and it is little wonder that the establishment seems so forgetful about its own history.  Back then, the Times was on the tobacco cash cow, so some things never change.

No Independent Studies or Scientific Proof Required For Big Pharma Drugs

On the same day, The New York Times remarkably exposed the new chemotherapy drug, Folotyn, for the sham that it is.  The new drug costs $30,000 every month, which is around three times the cost of other orthodox treatments, but it has not even been shown to extend life.  In fact, there have been no double-blind studies on it at all, but somehow it was F.D.A. approved nevertheless.  Funny how that works.  The drug's manufacturer, Allos Therapeutics, conveniently did their own study, which did not even include a placebo.  Even in their biased study, the drug did not extend life; it merely shrank tumors.  This is par for the course, because the medical establishment does not deal with the whole person: only specific symptoms to generally make the root health problems worse over time.

"When a patient is found to have a tumor, the only thing the doctor discusses with that patient is what he intends to do about the tumor.  If a patient with a tumor is receiving radiation or chemotherapy, the only question that is asked is, 'How is the tumor doing?'  No one ever asks how the patient is doing.  In my medical training, I remember well seeing patients who were getting radiation and/or chemotherapy.  The tumor would get smaller and smaller, but the patient would be getting sicker and sicker.  At autopsy we would hear, 'Isn't that marvelous!  The tumor is gone!'  Yes, it was, but so was the patient.  How many millions of times are we going to have to repeat these scenarios before we realize that we are treating the wrong thing?"

-- Philip E. Binzel, Jr., M.D.

Four Percent, The 5-Year Rule, and the Magic Of Using Doublespeak On "Success Rates"

When cancer patients hear about cure and success rates, they are sometimes pleased.  However, the word 'cure' and 'success' have been redefined by the medical establishment to cook the numbers.  The methodology would have made George Orwell smile.  A patient is now "cured" of "cancer" (referencing the tumor symptom only) if he merely lives without tumors for 5 years, and the treatment is called "successful" whenever tumors shrink, regardless of how aggressively the real cancer (acidosis fermentation decay and mutations) is spreading.  Tumors are just a symptom of latter stage cancers, and the cancers themselves never get treated.  The cancers are actually helped by the so-called treatments in virtually every case.  The real permanent cure rate, when the numbers are not cooked, is approximately 4%.  We repeat: four percent.  So, what does this whole 5-year thing mean to you as an orthodox cancer patient?  It means that they are going to kill you while fleecing you for a period of no less than 5 years, if at all possible, and then they'll pat themselves on the back for their "successful treatments" even as you are being buried.  Welcome to the cancer industry -- the one that kills a greater percentage of people than the percentage of those who die with no treatments at all.

So You Want Some Proof?  Here's Some Data To Digest and Verify

Their "cure" rates are highest for Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, but children who have been "successfully" treated for Hodgkin's disease are 18 times (1,800%) more likely to later develop secondary malignant tumors -- that are caused by the former treatments.  It's what we call a renewable business model, but it is probably more aptly called evil.  Perhaps doctors should just go back to recommending particular brands of cigarettes, and thereby be a little more honest about what they are doing to ensure that the money keeps rolling in.

A study of over 10,000 patients shows clearly that chemo’s supposedly strong track record with Hodgkin’s disease is actually a lie.  Patients who underwent chemo were 14 times (1,400%) more likely to develop leukemia and 6 times (600%) more likely to develop cancers of the bones, joints, and soft tissues than those patients who did not undergo chemotherapy.  These are just a small portion of the statistics that patients are conveniently never told.  The cancer-inducing effects of radiation and the chemical poisons that they use are so thoroughly documented that there is little justification for them except to ensure repeat business.  The same goes for radioactive mammograms.

"Critics, including many oncologists, say that patients and the health system cannot afford to pay huge prices for drugs that, on average, provide only a few extra months of life at best."

-- New York Times

At least they were honest about that.  Trust your life with the mainstream news and the medical establishment at your own risk, but remember that you were warned.

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Dev Pero
# allopathic medicine Dev Pero 2014-02-22 10:40
I tend to view westernised medicine (allopathic) as completely unnatural. I have developed a deep disrespect for doctors over the years; they failed me and failed my family.
They, which includes specialists, consultants, and general practitioners were not able to diagnose me at all and subjected me to all manner of testing and experimented with drugs they thought might be of use.
They are absolutely useless and I would not even use them to diagnose an ailment never mind treat it. Breakages yes they can fix but that is the limit of their usefulness.
They are drug dealers - and they get well paid for promoting a self serving industry that has not the slightest connection with good health.

The education system and the media do a thorough job in multi-layering the dogma. The triadic method of Hegel enables the agenda, all camouflaged with a reassuring layer of doublespeak.

Enjoyable article - thanks.

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