From: Thomas Corriher
Subject: Re: Culpability For Ill Health
Date: Tue, 3 Aug 2010 09:13:32 -0400 (EDT)
"Dear Health Wyze, I certainly agree with you that good health is not based primarily on receiving the approved mainstream health care in this country. I am glad someone is trying to promote Scripture-based health practices.
"However...do you really think we have to blame ONLY those profit-seeking corporations who benefit from widespread ignorance...or should we also blame the millions of us who glut ourselves on short-term pleasures (like soda pop and artificially-flavored pastries) and then demand to have our health "fixed" quickly and painlessly? Don't get me wrong... it is clear that many corporations have a great interest in promoting an unhealthful lifestyle in America and elsewhere. They are blameworthy before God and man for their falsehoods and greed. But are we, the American consuming public, not also greatly to blame when we lie in the front of the television, fattening food in one hand and the remote in the other? In an era when information is easily found on the internet, are we not guilty of sloth and culpable ignorance if we continue to believe the lies we are told?"
We have discovered that when the medical establishment talks about "radiation overdoses", we are in real trouble. After all, they view radiation as a cancer preventative and treatment. It has emerged that CT scans are currently being done at excessively high levels at some hospitals, with some using 13 times the recommended amount. What is worse is that it is being intentionally done solely for the convenience of doctors.
When I first came across Amelia Hill's article in The Guardian, I assumed that it was a joke. It explains that healthy dieting is a symptom of a serious mental illness. She wasn't joking. Moreover, some of her colleagues agree with her. Regardless of the lack of intentional comedy, we thought that her findings were hilarious.
"Refusing to touch sugar, salt, caffeine, alcohol, wheat, gluten, yeast, soya, corn and dairy foods is just the start of their diet restrictions. Any foods that have come into contact with pesticides, herbicides or contain artificial additives are also out."
There is an increasing number of such 'mentally ill' people, who do not wish to consume pesticides and artificial additives, and other food items which have been shown to be damaging to health. Yes, we're all crazy. Entire professions, restaurants and retail stores have been created to accommodate this epidemic of deeply disturbed people. Perhaps new psychiatric institutions will be opened soon to provide troubled patients with Pepsi and Dorito's as therapeutic medications.
"Washing your hands with so-called antibacterial soap containing triclosan or triclocarban actually does nothing different than using regular soap and water. Using soap containing these chemicals does not provide an additional benefit as consumers might think, but instead actually comes with potential health risks."
— Jennifer Sass, N.R.D.C.
We have warned our readers before about the dangerous contaminants and dangerous active ingredients of both hand sanitizers and antibacterial soaps before. For all the dirty details, be sure to reference the 'Related Articles' links at the bottom. The sad irony about the toxic antibacterial substances is that more often than not, they actually stimulate illnesses, instead of preventing them. Live bacteria been discovered inside many popular antibacterial products, which tells us much about their true antibacterial effectiveness. We previously noted that current research shows triclosan is damaging to the endocrine system. The endocrine system is made up of glands that are responsible for mood regulation, metabolism and growth. So, we have quite a disease-inflicting cocktail when this crud is mixed with fluoride. Over enough time, the glands of the body do not stand a chance. When crucial glands begin failing, diseases emanate. Failure of the adrenal glands, for instance, can quickly result in the onset of diabetes, or Cushing's syndrome. Failure of the thyroid gland can result in hypothyroidism or diabetes. All of these are epidemics, with triclosan being in the bodies of 75% of Americans. Most often, these chemicals will silently attack the immune system to cause the very illnesses that they are marketed to prevent.
There was a time when the great majority of children had their tonsils removed, in the name of disease prevention. The medical establishment maintained that the tonsils had no purpose, and that they should therefore be removed to prevent future health problems. Then the polio epidemic occurred, and only those who had their tonsils removed were severely impacted. It was discovered that the tonsils are the only organ that produces polio antibodies.
In the present, the wisdom surrounding wisdom teeth is likewise lacking. They are removed as preventative medicine, because they are felt to be another unnecessary part. If a dentist sees wisdom teeth appearing during a routine check-up, he will usually schedule to have them removed. This may be a legitimate necessity in certain cases, but it is not for the majority of cases. Studies are beginning to show that all teeth have a special function, including the wisdom teeth.
High Times Magazine did an expose on everyone's favorite messiah, concluding from historical records that cannabis (eg. "marijuana") was one of the medical plants that the biblical Jesus used in his healings. It is a fascinating read, and it perhaps exposes a conspiracy that has lasted for millennia to deprive us of knowledge of his true medical practices and teachings. Remember that the Christ was known as 'The Great Physician', and that the Roman Catholic Church demanded an absolute monopoly on healing and historical records, until very recently.
From the article we have:
"This holy anointing oil, as described in the original Hebrew version of the recipe in Exodus (30:22-23), contained over six pounds of kaneh-bosem, a substance identified by respected etymologists, linguists, anthropologists, botanists and other researchers as cannabis, extracted into about six quarts of olive oil, along with a variety of other fragrant herbs. The ancient anointed ones were literally drenched in this potent mixture.
To write that there are problems with the American health care system (symptom management system) is to commit an understatement of gigantic proportions. As a result of frustrations with both incompetence within the system, and the system's strong tendency to bankrupt its own customers, there have been groups of U.S. citizens who have been demanding a nationalized health care system for several years. It says something about the current dismal state that so many U.S. citizens tend to believe that their government would almost certainly do a better job. In many cases, socialized medicine proponents have heralded the British system as an ideal for the U.S. to follow. They have boasted that everyone in the U.K. has access to medical care, regardless of income.
An economic disaster has struck the United Kingdom, similar to the one in the U.S. One quarter of working-age Britons are unemployed, and those having part-time jobs has risen 40 percent. One of Britain's first governmental institutions to experience the effects of the country's economic tailspin has been its glorified national system of medicine. The Telegraph has just reported that the British Government is now making health decisions for people, without their consent, in order to halt what it considers to be unnecessary health care expenses. The British Government is suddenly deciding which medical treatments are necessary, and cutting its losses. The British people shall continue paying the same exorbitant amounts in taxes, but for a lower standard of care now, and sometimes to have that care entirely refused against their wishes and wellbeing. The senior citizens are expendable, after all. Right?
Editor's Note: We have done some soul searching concerning how hard this article will impact our readers. We know that this detailed account of events will be painful for many of them. This was the first article that ever made us flinch. In the end, we decided to run this story submission, because it tells the whole truth in a way that is rarely (if ever) expressed; about an important topic that is normally shrouded in secrecy, lies, and political manipulation games. This time, we tried to minimize our editing, as to leave everything fairly intact, and without undue influence from us. We are resisting the temptation to comment about this topic; so that this writing may speak for itself.
In the 1950's, British physician Albert Simeons proposed that a hormone found in the urine of pregnant women could help to bring about weight loss. He believed that an injection of this hormone could allow people to survive on 500 calories a day, burn stored fat, and reduce appetite. Human chorionic gonadotrophin (H.C.G.) was tested extensively, but lost popularity until Kevin Trudeau wrote a book that advocated its use.
All studies on H.C.G. seem to follow the same pattern. Those who tested it alongside normal diets experienced no changes in weight, but those who followed Dr. Simeon's plan to restrict calorie intake to approximately 500 calories per day lost weight. Of course, it is really no scientific breakthrough to discover that starvation causes weight loss.
For some victims of this sham, the most bitter realization will be that this diet also relies on the placebo effect, as will be explained in the next section. To understand this upcoming point, readers must note that true H.C.G. is only available by way of a prescription in the United States, which is what first clued us into something about all of the Internet and retail offers.
Platelets are responsible for blood clotting, and normal levels range between 150,000 and 400,000, but a drop is common during pregnancy. The drop is generally ignored unless it goes below 116,000. Poor testing procedures, in which there is too long of a delay between when blood is drawn and when the testing actually occurs, is a known problem that produces entirely bogus test results. It is common. Thus, it is wise to take at least two tests before making any radical medical decisions concerning the results.