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
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 Internet will be like TV and radio are today — nothing gets on unless it is government and/or industry sponsored. In other words, nothing truthful. The tactics being used by Bill Gates and his ilk, along with ongoing government efforts to quell free speech, will obviously doom the Internet eventually. But for now, we are in the brief golden age when the Internet is still a place where people with discerning minds can exchange truthful information.
For my part, I’m going to continue to speak out against the backward practice of vaccination as long as the cost isn’t too dear. Besides using my websites as a forum, I also had a great license plate frame made, since I drive a lot and I don’t see any reason not to try and educate people when they’re in the rare position of being my captive audience. I’m sure dozens, if not hundreds, of people see it everyday.
Almost everyone I talk to expresses distrust of the vaccine industry, even people who don’t seem to care about their health. That’s why it surprises and disturbs me that I never see bumper stickers or any form of expression out in the mainstream world which attempts to educate people about the vaccine scam. I think we need to avoid missing opportunities to do that, especially if the Internet is increasingly becoming an unsafe place to share the truth.
So I had the idea that I’d offer to do a bulk order of these license plate frames, and sell them for cost to anyone who wants one. I don’t recall who I ordered mine from but I just did a brief search and came up with this company, which offers low prices and low minimums http://www.licenseplateframes.biz/plastic-license-plate-frame.htm. With postage and everything it looks like they will cost about $10 each, depending on the quantity we end up ordering. Please send email to me privately if you’re interested: email@example.com. I’m posting this blog entry on June 1 and will wait a month before I place the order.