Given that I have a close relative who was diagnosed with cancer over 40 years ago, and who, though still alive (barely), has been suffering the side effects from her submission to the medico-pharmaceutical complex ever since, this article made my blood boil. In fact, given my personal connection to her suffering, and the fact that my Dad was a doctor and my Mom a nurse, this BUSINESS of medicine is a huge hot-button issue for me.
Because she’s not 18 yet! And even though her mother stands behind her! Which reminds me of Jon Rappoport’s numerous columns on the destructiveness and literally, collective and individual mind control, of modern medicine, including psychiatric.
For example, see how this recent NYT article —
— frames up the “treatments” for “depression” as an either/or, when the duel between these alternatives mirrors the usual dualistic schema that keeps humans embedded and enslaved within the Matrix.
And here’s an article that sums up how the cancer industry owns both the media and your mind.
By the way, of course cancer also supposedly has only two alternative treatments, chemo and radiation. For a few more possibilities, see this:
My advice to myself? Stay as far as possible away from western medicine (I make exceptions for orthopedics and some emergencies). How? Take good care of my own health. Take charge of my life, starting with the body — what I put into it, and how and how much I exercise it.
Unless we start there, unless we make care of our own body of primary importance, we cannot go on to offer our own unique self-expression to the world. Especially by the time we reach our forties, we need to take charge of our own health. To those who whine that they can’t because unlike me, they have no self-discipline, I quote what the Dalai Lama (who works out on a treatmill daily) once said here in Bloomington to a young man who raised that question:
“Self Discipline — is paying attention to one’s long-term self-interest.”
Oh, and you might want to watch the documentary, Run from the Cure. Great title, eh?