Do you know that “private practice oncologists in the U.S. typically derive 2/3 of their income from selling chemotherapy to patients”? That’s but one of thousands of yucky findings Walter Last compiled in this long, detailed, hard-hitting report:
Since I place a high priority on my physical health, and view it as inextricably intertwined with emotional, mental and spiritual health, I’ve made sure to stay clear of reductionist, death-and-disease dealing western industrial “medicine;” instead, for over four decades I’ve relied on natural approaches to everything — with one exception: I broke my wrist last year, and was happy to work with an orthopedist.
About the author:
He was born and grew up in Germany and has held positions in medical institutions at the Universities of Greifswald, Cologne and Munich, working in research and toxicological investigations.
He was Chief Forensic Chemist at Cologne and worked at Bio-Science Laboratories in Los Angeles.
In 1970 he settled in New Zealand and dissatisfied with drug-based medicine practiced as a Natural Therapist.
He has lived in Queensland since 1981 and has investigated and experimented with a wide range of natural therapies to improve the effectiveness of natural medicine in treating serious and medically incurable diseases.
Walter Last is the author of “Heal Yourself”, “Healing Foods” and “The Natural Way To Heal – 65 Ways to Create Superior Health”, now available im e-Book form as “Heal Yourself – The Natural Way”, and is the main contributor to the “Self Help Cancer Cure” book. He is a regular contributor to “Nexus” magazine and his latest books are the “Heal Yourself” Series.
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Thanks to philosophers-stone.co.uk for the link.
Here’s how the report concludes:
So far our medical and economic leaders do not want to face reality. They brainwash the public into believing that the present health situation is completely normal. Importantly, the whole economic structure of Western civilization is based on the production and distribution of goods and services that are contributing to poor health. These include chemicalized agriculture and food processing, the pharmaceutical industry, technological medicine and the petrochemical and plastics industries.
The guiding motto for industry is ‘profit’, while for the consumer it is ‘convenience’. The price for all to pay is the loss of health. This situation is the natural outcome of a society based on selfish motivation. A change for the better can only come when more and more people realize that ultimately they harm themselves with selfish attitudes, and start electing leaders who are prepared to act in a compassionate and cooperative way in the interest of the whole society. We get what we choose: natural health or enduring drug management.