Ebola hoax

by Nora on August 4, 2014

Although this disease is being reported as the scariest, most deadly threat ever to face humankind, we need to keep our heads and consider the source.

Firstly, this is no different from all the other contagion scares we’ve been treated to in recent years.  Although they are talked about non-stop, 24/7 on major media outlets, they never end up directly affecting us everyday common folk in any way.  In fact I’ve come to think that pretty much anything the media makes a big deal about is really something that should be either ignored or viewed with suspicion, but definitely not feared.  The only thing to fear are the “fixes” that are planned by the fear-mongering, story-making, puppet masters behind the smiling anchor people.

Secondly, anyone who is familiar with the truth about disease causation will recognize the symptoms of this latest disease as constructive, body-directed mechanisms whose function is to protect the body from conditions being inflicted upon it.  When allowed to run their course, they do their job and then go away.  When they are not allowed to do their job, all the waste is retained that would have been eliminated via symptoms.  Considering this, it should come as no surprise when people fail to survive medical treatment, since this always involves shutting down the symptoms with drugs.  Nobody gets treated properly when they seek medical attention for so-called infectious illnesses.  Not only are they subjected to a continuation of the conditions which caused the problem in the first place, but these are exacerbated by the administration of drugs.  It’s truly a testament to the resilience of the human body that anybody manages to survive what is done to sick people.

It seems the locals in the disease “hot zone” realize this on some level, although admittedly they are probably driven by even more irrational ideas than the germ theory.  It turns out they are deeply suspicious not only of the disease but of their self appointed rescuers as well.  Here’s an article in “Foreign Policy” magazine that mostly jumps on the fear porn bandwagon but from which some glimpses of the truth can be gleaned.  In part, it reads, “Compounding these problems, even when people believe Ebola exists, many are wary of hospitals because they believe the institutions provide poor care — a concern that existed well before the current crisis. … Monrovia’s largest hospital, John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Medical Center, or JFK, is nicknamed “Just For Killing” among locals because people go there with treatable diseases such as malaria and still die.”

The bottom line, once again, is that we are being played.  One commenter on a natural healing website said it best: “How can you sell the drug if you don’t first sell the disease?”

In this video, it is revealed who is benefitting from the manufactured Ebola threat and the motives that underlie this destructive hoax:  Ebola/Pentagon Connections

Best wishes,




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Why did Steve Jobs die?

by Nora on July 17, 2014

Dr. John McDougall has been a tireless nutrition educator for many decades and he influenced me a lot when I first discovered I’d been lied to about what we should be eating.  Nowadays I think he’s a bit stuck in his thinking with his emphasis on starch, but he offers middle ground to people who aren’t willing or able to go all the way to a fully raw diet.  His recommendations can also be used as part of a slow transition strategy on the way to an optimal way of eating.  He strays a lot from his pill pushing colleagues in the medical industry and helps people get back their power and take responsibility for their health.  For this he deserves our abiding respect.  In this video particularly, what he has to say needs to be heard by everyone who used Mr. Jobs’ death either as ‘proof’ that it doesn’t matter what you eat or who blamed his problems on his vegan diet.  Knowing what I know about his diet after watching this video, I’d have to say that it’s extremely likely he could have done much better diet-wise and that his diet was unhealthful enough to have held his body back from healing itself.  But it’s also possible, as Dr. McDougall says, that his marginally healthy diet allowed him to live much longer than he would have otherwise.

Dr. McDougall on why Steve Jobs died

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Anti-Vaccine License Plate Frames

June 1, 2013

http://www.naturalnews.com/040571_Gates_Foundation_vaccine_monitoring_dangers.html Mike Adams posted the article linked above on his website (www.NaturalNews.com) yesterday, about new ways vaccine pushers are attempting to control what is said about their products.  I’ve often wondered how long it would take before the simple act of vocally opposing conventional vaccine ideology would be enough to get truth-tellers in trouble.  It doesn’t take a crystal ball to predict that within a few years the [...]

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Great interview w/ TC Fry

May 11, 2013

As a follow up to my recent missives on bacteria, viruses and the implausibility of the germ theory, I wanted to post a link to this recently published video that was actually made many years ago, which features T.C. Fry decrying the hoax of “AIDS” and explaining the true causes of disease. Enjoy! Best wishes, [...]

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April 13, 2013

I read recently in Dr. Joseph Mercola’s newsletter of an experiment where someone introduced some “pathogens” (e-coli, salmonella, etc.) to a dish of raw milk, and then introduced the same types of so-called bad bacteria to an identical dish of pasteurized milk.  The samples were allowed to sit at room temperature for awhile and then [...]

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“The Kiss that Kills”

March 10, 2013

Hi All, http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2287767/Two-month-old-baby-boy-killed-cold-sore-virus-loving-kiss-father.html I realize that it’s the most outrageous headlines that get attention for mainstream media outlets these days, and this one was probably written with that goal in mind. In a sane world, we might hope that through their audacity the media have pushed the masses into questioning their veracity. That probably is [...]

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More on the Breakfast Habit

January 29, 2013

I’ve received some feedback from my last blog entry that indicates further clarification is needed on the topic of breakfast eating.  It has been pointed out to me that people all over the world eat first thing in the morning!  Apparently this is thought by some to constitute evidence that breakfast eating is a natural [...]

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How and Why to End the Breakfast Habit

January 6, 2013

For anyone wanting to acquire the best health possible, recovery from addictive eating patterns is an absolute necessity.  There’s no greater indication that a person is still shackled by addiction than regular breakfast eating.  Accounting for how the breakfast habit originally came about in our culture is as simple as understanding that withdrawal is uncomfortable, and that [...]

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