Though I don’t directly contribute too much to the Global Freedom Movement these days, I still regularly communicate with Brendan Murphy and Aimee Devlin through Facebook channels. In fact this quote by Dr A. Greenberg is borrowed from Brendan:
“As a retired Physician, I can honestly say that unless you are in a serious accident, your best chance of living to a ripe old age is to avoid doctors and hospitals and learn about nutrition, herbal medicine and other forms of natural medicine unless you are fortunate enough to have a naturopathic physician available.
Almost all drugs are toxic and are designed only to treat symptoms and not to cure anyone.
Vaccines are highly dangerous, have never been adequately studied or proven to be effective, and have a poor risk / reward ratio.
Most surgery is unnecessary and most textbooks of medicine are inaccurate and deceptive. Almost every disease is said to be idiopathic (without known cause) or genetic-although this is untrue.
In short, our mainstream medical system is hopelessly inept and / or corrupt. The treatment of cancer and degenerative diseases is a national scandal.
The sooner you learn this, the better off you will be.”
At last someone has said it as it is. Drugs are toxic and are designed only to treat symptoms but not to cure anyone. We all know why. Without endless streams of complaints, toxic medicines would become defunct and the bottomless money well would dry up. The problem is the issues go much deeper than this. Even herbal medicines or natural remedies are pointless (beyond remedial cures) unless lasting solutions are targeted. Philosophers bluster about causality as though they comprehend the dynamics of existence. How about putting that into practice? How about trying to find the cause of all diseases instead of these endless lies, damned lies and statistics? For instance, modern “health” does not know what cancer is as the effects (tumours and so on) are labelled as “causes”.
I outlined the four causes (not the five or six science-fantasy likes to invent) of disease last entry on Ozzie Thinker. These are parasites, bacteria, fungi and pollutants. The biggest causer of diseases, by a green mile, is pollutants, period. So how many pollutants have being explicitly identified as the cause of individual disease conditions? I am not talking about broad brush strokes, suspicions or generalisations. So far, for my research, there have been none, zero, nil pollutants that have been precisely identified as the direct cause of any specific disease (i.e. causer of symptoms). The word “virus” has replaced “pollution” to confuse users and medics into believing these are the same as parasites, bacteria or fungi. They, the good medics, can go in and whack ‘em. That’s the mentality of these spin doctors, the weavers of lies that have built up the war machine. Everything, no matter what, is a conflict.
I would like to review another line of Dr A. Greenberg’s epic quote. In short, our mainstream medical system is hopelessly inept and/or corrupt. I would go farther and say the people that support and enable the system are some of the most robotic, serf-serving individuals I have ever had the displeasure of interacting with. A large part of the health establishment, supported by lowly grades, nurses right up to surgeons have come behind the pro-vaccine movements because to admit vaccines are toxic is an attack on their livelihood. In direct debate a course of ignorance, denial or slander is observed. Nothing will shake their lies, damned lies and statistics.
There is something else that needs to be factored in this discussion to be thorough. It is not only diseases that cause illnesses, toxins do as well. Some pollutants are toxins, but other detractors include venom, poisons, radiation and so on. Though everyone seemed to overlook it, I did make the case for radiation as the cause of a recent localised spike of Brazilian microcephaly infliction (blamed on Zika virus by Mainstream sources) last post. Part of the liars statistical strategy is the pervert the real meanings of words/intent or to label critics as something they are not. For instance, those that observe the use of mercury, aluminium and formaldehyde (via the preservative agent, Thimerosal) in vaccines are labelled ignorant by pro-vaxxers. Yet, the labellers, in this case, ignore the ingredients of vaccines and prove they are guilty of ignorance (principally meaning one or ones who ignore).
A more classic ploy is to claim statistical evidence relates to something it doesn’t. For instance the Mainstream/alternative prognosis of recent issues in Brazil would look something like this, “Well, there were lots of Zika infected genetically modified mosquitos in the area and that’s what caused the microcephaly outbreak”. Let’s look at the use of “outbreak”. Could the microcephaly condition in acute form be caused by a disease wave? Personally, I feel the prognosis looks entirely wrong. These afflictions look like some form of poisoning; say radiation poisoning, but I’m no expert so I have to rely on in depth research and just a little intuition to join the dots (and not vice versa). In fact, gauging what the “experts” are saying about this, credentials are no advantage whatsoever to those serious investigators wanting to get to the bottom of this and find the truth. It is no wonder as lies, damned lies and statistics political currency is the preference for corrupt or inept academics. These foul gorgons deserve to be prostrated and horse whipped before the masses while all their credentials burn in an open furnace. Ah, that would usher in incense for a new age of free thought.
On Facebook I unexpectedly occasionally vigorously jump to the defence of branded paedophiles. Whilst (and as with homosexuality) I am neither pro nor anti the practice, my ambivalence is only moved by oppression; a version of evil. Rabid hordes that champion the attack on underage sex (and that is all it is) are particularly virulent oppressors. No wonder it is the number one action priority of the FBI and all law enforcement agencies on the exceptional occasions genuine misdemeanours occur. They love manufacturing misery, but scarcity does not make good law enforcement business and I am reliably informed all (bar none) child pornography on the extranet was originally uploaded for public attention by agents supporting law enforcement interests. Admittedly several items were the product of intercepted private trades, but nonetheless your law enforcers have made the child porn business, FBI included. I shall possibly explore this in more detail in a future article, provisionally titled, “The Powers’ Great Accolade – Brand Pedo”. Anyway, when I see the regular attacks on the Catholic Church and, less publicised, Judaic priesthood, I laugh, or perhaps I mean grimace.
It is amazing how adept these photographers are at capturing the bad side of a pope. Ignorant minions can then quip, “Oh I see. He looks evil. Case closed”. Well, the case is never closed even if I say so and certainly not for that trivia. Several hundred years ago the Catholic Church began periods of inquisitions, first levied against the French Cathars for daring to assert Jesus Christ was an ordinary human being. Later, in the renaissance, they targeted witches. Just as with the modern paedophile witch hunts, all evidence was reliant of eye-witness hearsay. We only have the not-at-all-inhumane practice (sarcasm) of waterboarding used to encourage confessions in the US (no foot stoves yet). Borderline inquisition cases (where a “witch” only had one or two accusers) were resolved with the float test. The trussed accused was lowered into a pond. If she sunk and drowned, she was deemed innocent of all charges. The unlucky ones that floated were judged as witches and burned at the stake. Now there’s justice for you!
Notably, in the renaissance period, old ladies renowned for their jars of potions lovingly concocted in cauldrons were the target. Their great sin was administering homeopathic medicines to sick people and healing them. The Catholic Church was certainly not going to stand idly by and let that happen. Only Jesus Christ or his appointees were allowed to heal people and, after the confusion of the Dark Ages, the church was all out of healers. So, remembering the title of this essay is “Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics”, could, in some cases, numbers of those Catholic priests or Jewish rabbis have been accused by false witnesses offering fabrications because of obstructive behaviour? Continuing this line of thinking, could that obstructive behaviour have been devoted to sea change against corruption and ill-discipline of the very same individuals spearheading the persecution of paedophiles within the church? Yet, the alternative movements blindly crusade on with their inverted crucifixes and other Satanic symbols empowered by nothing less than arrogance and sheer bone-headedness. For those “anti-paedophiles” that zealously embrace insanity, the terrible teens’ syndrome of modern times is the consequence of adults (regardless of branding) fighting over territory rights. You’ve lost the moral debate on unlawful sex. Get over it and move on.
I have already gone into the enslavement of youth as the template for the institutionalization of man elsewhere in this blog, but that control objective has been expanded by the unquestioned righteous. Children can be seized from parents for merely trying to heal them with homeopathic remedies. Let us not forget Dr A. Greenberg’s wise words in the quote above. What did he say again? “…avoid doctors and hospitals and learn about nutrition, herbal medicine and other forms of natural medicine unless you are fortunate enough to have a naturopathic physician available.” Isn’t it odd that the Catholic Church targeted these healers centuries ago and now governments, at the behest of Big Pharma (producing those toxins Dr Greenberg advised against), are trying to do the exact same thing. Those governments are also staunchly against any form of sexual behaviour they decide to deem unauthorised for the greater good. As various forms of Cannabis are becoming so widely known for their curing prowess; it is only a matter of time before the corporate cartels monopolise the resource. Currently, bets are on Monsanto’s lack-lustre genetically modified product (if reports on it are to be believed).
Even so, as I intimated in my last post, “GMOs, Viruses, Vaccines and Military Industrial Sabotage” (which didn’t give me a chance to rattle the tip jar in promotion of my one-of-kind set to blow-the-mind e-book “The Beauty of Existence Decoded”), the misinformation layer is inches thick. The focus of that post was the microcephaly “outbreak” in Brazil. The use of the word “outbreak” presupposes a disease cause and I find no evidence of that. It certainly was not the mild flavivirus, Zika (“discovered” in Uganda 1947 but appears to have been around for a very long time) which produces a characteristic fever that burns out in a few days leaving no lasting effects. Yet the Mainstream tabloids “predicted” this was the new Ebola after some very misleading information had been disseminated by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Alternatives, which I judged are predominantly controlled by the same interests that exude the guff in the Mainstream, pushed the ever present “Bill Gates” (Dr Evil) genetically modified mosquito theme. This was another dud, of course.
Particularly in the last two decades of the 19th century, unqualified mud raking reports became the focus of progressive reform in Mainstream journalism. Standards fell abruptly at the onset of the 21st century with Fox “News’” entertainment journalism. Of course, this has nothing to do with slander or libel suits. In the spirit of Fox’s sea change (which, I must say didn’t make a great deal of difference to output. With faux news who needs sea change?), professional misinformation blogs pander to every whim of protestor mindset, as can be observed in this bogus Iceland “success story”. My friends at Veterans Today have the knack of saying it so well.
Jon Rappoport is one of those fearless genuine journalists’ that does not pander to corporate will. He is adrift of the system and vital, but never angry. So when his conclusions, judgements, beliefs don’t match my own, I take the difference of opinion very seriously. Last post, for instance, I concluded that the microcephaly spike had been caused by a combination of TDaP vaccines and leaked radiation from large ultra-sound machines. That’s where I and Jon branched and even though I confidently said, “case closed”, anyone that refuses to keep channels open has admitted truth is lost to them. Thus, as Jon favoured pesticides in the water supply and produced a lengthy article paraphrasing Brazilian and Argentine doctors parroting the notion, I took it seriously; very seriously indeed. Glyphosate (the active agent in pesticides), as I pointed out last time, is nasty stuff. It does cause encephalic disorders such as autism and is linked to brain cancer. Jon’s and the doctors’ reasoning is contagiously plausible (given glyphosate is a toxin), but, I still do not concur this time. In the comments section of one of Jon’s articles, I expressed the best analogy I could conjure. Let us compare the head injuries of one attacked by a wiffle bat and another by a lump hammer. If all the microcephaly cases were mild, very slight deformations of the crania, I would have agreed with Jon and the good doctors, but, for my research, some were the consequence of my metaphorical lump hammer. That screams radiation poisoning to me.
Contrary to the opinions of the blind political venters, taking the modern master of lies, damned lies and statistics (perhaps that’s too refined – try bullshit) I do not think Trump is the answer to America’s internal or external problems. I don’t believe he is a game changer for truth, but he is a dangerous player and virtue will be completely reduced to trash in his term, if elected president. To him the end justifies the means and the more lies, damned lies and effective but irrelevant statistics he can churn, the better. Dr A. Greenberg finished his soap box quote with an ever-so subtle throwaway line which can not only be applied to everything everyone experiences, but should be applied without reservation.
“The sooner you learn this, the better off you will be”.