February 27, 2016
February 27, 2016
February 26, 2017
“Freedom is the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” – George Orwell
Google advertising is funded to a large extent by direct-to-consumer (DTC) drug advertising, making its recent blacklisting of the entire Natural News website not all that surprising to those who understand corruption.
Over the last few years, Google has intensified its bans on advertising of natural medicine, herbal remedies and nutritional therapies, thereby blockading providers of such products in a way that strengthens pharmaceutical monopolies. Now, with its censorship of Natural News, Google has moved into a new phase of blacklisting massive collections of human knowledge on holistic health and disease prevention, giving the pharmaceutical drug cartels yet another victory in their quest to suppress alternative medicine.
The human cost of this move, of course, will be higher rates of cancer, diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, kidney disorders, osteoporosis and much more. Denied access to knowledge on holistic health and disease prevention, many more people will sooner or later become victims of the pharmaceutical drug cartels or the criminally-run cancer industry that preys upon human suffering and disease.
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In its outrageous censorship of the entire NaturalNews.com domain, Google has decided that you are not even allowed to know your options. By tweaking its search algorithm over the last few years, Google has also steadily penalized holistic health websites, making sure their rightful search results positions are replaced by “official” medical information that’s almost always tied to the pharmaceutical drug cartels, which dominate medical schools, government agencies and the funding of the media.
The conclusion is inescapable: Google is a tyrannical, monopoly enforcer of Big Pharma domination over public debate. Online content which does not promote pharmaceuticals, toxic vaccine ingredients (such as mercury) and chemotherapy is systematically penalized or blacklisted altogether, as is now irrefutably demonstrated with the unjustified blacklisting of NaturalNews.com. Meanwhile, sites that promote healthy living, organic food, nutritional therapies and disease prevention are buried in health symptom search results, nearly to the point of irrelevancy.
This is just one of the many reasons why Google has become a clear and present danger to humanity. Instead of serving as a tool of discovery for public debate where people might hear the holistic side of the debate, Google has crushed that debate by silencing the side that doesn’t pay it the most money. In essence, Google has sold out to the pharmaceutical interests and has exploited its monopoly power to make sure Big Pharma continues to be the only real “choice” when people are searching for solutions to their health symptoms.
The Brave New World is upon is, and it’s run by corrupt technocrats pushing poison for profit. This seems to surprise no one, since people have long had a feeling that Google was up to no good… they just couldn’t put their finger on it.
Now, Google is working on its “Rise of the Machines” project to build battlefield robots designed to eliminate human enemies. (You didn’t think all their robots were dreamed up just to work in factories, did you?)
Knowing that Google will sell out humanity for corporate interests, do you really think Google has the ethical pedigree to say “no” when the military wants them to build an army of robot soldiers? They’ll take the contract with a smile, and they’ll build the robot army that will one day be turned against the People. Review every scene from the original Terminator movie if you want a preview of what Google has in mind… steel-tracked war machines rambling over stacks of crushed human skulls is just the beginning.
The same nefarious corporate monstrosity that is right now trying to turn you into a pill-popping profit center for the drug cartels will also gladly engage in human depopulation activities using its advanced robotics technology, you see. As the factory jobs and agricultural jobs are replaced by human robots, the powers that be will see that they have no use for human labor anymore. With a simple command, Google will unleash its army of Terminator soldiers to execute the “undesirables” — which, if this were to happen today, would no doubt include all those who support President Trump.
Don’t think it could happen? Your grandparents never thought you would be living in a world where 75% of the adult population is swallowing expensive chemical medications on a daily basis, either. And now, with Google already proving it will destroy human knowledge that saves lives by banning Natural News, it’s only a small step to directly destroying human lives with robots in the near future.
Seriously, do you really think Google cares about humanity? No, it is an evil, dangerous, monstrous enemy of humanity that only cares about its own selfish power and greed.
Let us hope President Trump can find a way to investigate Google for anti-trust violations and halt its blatant and dangerous censorship of holistic health solutions.
I’ve elaborated on this in more detail in the following podcast called “A message to Google employees: When you get cancer one day, you’ll wish Google hadn’t censored Natural News.”
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December 18, 2016
Experience can shape your beliefs. This is The Dirt on how several events changed how we approach medicine: from one of vaccines and antibiotics to a holistic approach that incorporates western medicine along with alternative medicines such as naturopathy and homeopathy.
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August 12, 2016
Most Americans are proud to see swimmer Michael Phelps set records and add to our country’s Olympic medal tally on the international stage. However, not everyone is thrilled with the attention he’s been getting, not just for his wins, but also for his enthusiastic endorsements of an ancient Chinese remedy known as cupping therapy. A quick glance at the news stories on the topic over the past few days makes it clear that the mainstream media in America is not above attacking the country’s most decorated Olympian for espousing holistic health treatments.
In a piece for The Atlantic entitled “Please, Michael Phelps, Stop Cupping”, James Hamblin, MD, attacks Phelps for his affinity with the practice. He does not seem to be too bothered by the idea of one man turning to the therapy on his own, but he is clearly very worried about the prospect of a massive audience gaining interest in the practice and turning to solutions outside of conventional medicine in general.
The lead of his article indicates where it is headed: “The bruises on the swimmer’s body come from a ‘therapy’ intended to improve blood flow. It actually causes blood to clot.” Note the mocking use of quotation marks around the word “therapy.”
The article is peppered with sarcastic references to Phelps’ marijuana use – another alternative treatment – in an attempt to destroy his credibility.
He writes: “So in terms of role-model behavior, cupping may be more deleterious than a grainy bong photo, because it invites people to distrust science.”
He points to a lack of studies on cupping to support his stance. When he says there’s no science to prove it works, he fails to point out that there is also no science to say it does not work. The studies that do exist have found some evidence that it can help, but most agree that further studies are needed. In any case, people from the ancient Chinese to the world’s top athletes in the modern day say it works for them.
Hamblin also says that studies aren’t important to those who profit from cupping. It’s understandable that he would think that way. After all, studies showing the harms of vaccines don’t seem too important to those who profit from them, and the same can be said for studies showing the harms of various prescription medications.
Taking a decidedly different stance, Douglas Main defends Phelps in Newsweek, saying he may actually be right about cupping in the headline of his article. He points to several studies that show there may be something to it, citing a 2014 review published in the Journal of Traditional Chinese Medical Sciences that found the practice could reduce short-term pain more than heat therapy or conventional drugs.
It’s that last part, of course – cupping being more effective for pain than conventional drugs – that has Big Pharma and its mouthpieces feeling very threatened every time an athlete emerges covered in cupping marks and starts talking about how great it makes them feel. They probably weren’t too pleased when gymnast Alex Naddour said that cupping was his secret to success and that it was the best money he’s ever spent.
Surely the most decorated Olympian in history has a team of experts at his disposal who advise him on matters such as preparation, training, performance, healing and recovery. The Atlantic article makes him out to be a complete idiot who is doing something obscure and crazy, yet anyone who has actually watched the Olympics on TV will have noticed countless swimmers and other athletes with similar cupping marks on their bodies. If the world’s top athletes are turning to this therapy, does that mean they are all idiots buying into an ill-advised fad?
This attack on an athlete who deserves our respect is actually the sort of thing we’ve come to expect from the mainstream media: glossing over the dangers of vaccines, antidepressants and other prescription medications in the face of strong evidence, while deriding any form of alternative medicine that threatens the bottom line of the Big Pharma firms that bring them advertising dollars.
June 5, 2016
When Australian Janette Murray-Wakelin got the news that she had a highly aggressive type of breast cancer and could only expect to live for about six more months at just 52 years of age, she decided that the news was simply unacceptable.
After extensive research into her condition, Janette decided to work together with a naturopathic physician to devise a holistic approach including her body, mind and spirit.
She said: “I knew that it made sense to do everything I could to give the body the tools it needed to take me on my journey to optimum health. Our extensive research not only gave us the knowledge to do just that, but also the confidence to know that I had made the right choice.”
Janette was already active, but she decided to add even more exercise to her routine and took on yoga and long-distance running. She took advantage of her time spent exercising to get closer to nature, whether she was running barefoot on the beach or along a mountain trail.
She also decided to increase her nutritional intake. She found that juicing was a great way to get more nutrients into her body because she simply couldn’t eat the amount of food it would take to get the nutrients she wanted. She recounts eating what felt like a “truckload” of carrots each week, and she also started drinking wheatgrass juice after learning about its high content of vitamins and minerals, amino acids and chlorophyll.
“I knew from the research that we had done, that this was a crucial factor in stopping the mutation of cancer cells,” she said. “Cancer cannot survive in an oxygenated environment, therefore the more oxygen I could pump into the body through exercise, conscious breathing and drinking wheatgrass, the better!”
Some of the other foods she started eating more of were broccoli, beetroot and Brussels sprouts.
Janette had long followed a vegan diet, but she decided to give up cooked food and switch to an all-raw diet, which she says gave her incredible clarity of mind almost instantly, and also led her to lose some weight. She said that even though her diet had already been relatively clean, and the change in her eating habits wasn’t terribly drastic, the improvement this spurred in her overall health was tremendous.
“Not only did I immediately experience clarity of mind, increased energy, specific injury healing and a feeling of well-being, but I actually cured myself of cancer!” It doesn’t really get any better than that!
Before the six months her doctor had initially given her to live were over, she actually received a clean bill of health and all signs of cancer had left her body.
Twelve years after her scary diagnosis, Janette and her husband decided to run 365 marathons on 365 consecutive days, despite being in their 60s, proving that she has completely turned her health around and is thriving. She credits her exercise routine and raw vegan diet for all this success.
Janette is far from the only person to demonstrate the incredible power of nature’s many gifts in healing. When a 74-year-old Irish man, Danny McDonald, decided to eschew his doctors’ advice to undergo chemotherapy for stomach cancer in favor of growing and drinking wheatgrass, he was told he’d be dead in a matter of weeks. Instead, it turns out that his choice might well have saved his life. He effectively cured his cancer with wheatgrass, and it even enabled him to quit using the medications he had been prescribed.
Wheatgrass is about 70 percent chlorophyll, which helps the body to carry more oxygen in its blood and strengthens cells. In addition, its antibacterial properties discourage the growth of unhealthy bacteria. It is one of the most superior superfoods in existence, detoxifying the blood and strengthening the immune system.
April 22, 2016
Broadening their definition of medicine, the Swiss government is announcing a positive shift toward alternative healing and complementary therapies. For far too long, health insurance has guaranteed a monopoly for a system dominated by synthetic drugs. The Swiss government is breaking out of that confining mold and allowing patients’ health insurance plans to cover five new complementary therapies.
In May 2017, health insurance plans in Switzerland will be covering a variety of healing modalities, including homeopathy, acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine, herbal medicine and holistic medicine. In this way, Switzerland will be bringing back the many healing arts that were used successfully in the past.
This shift toward integration will allow the Swiss healthcare system to heal, as it moves away from profiting off disease management. With the inclusion of these five eclectic healing modalities, Swiss healthcare will become more affordable. By legitimizing these true healing modalities, healthcare can compete to heal, empowering people instead of leaving them in an expensive cycle of side effects and negative outcomes.
Synthetic pharmaceutical “science” got its start in 1869, as experiments with coal tar were underway. The first drug was a sedative-hypnotic called chloral hydrate. Pharmaceutical companies got their start after experimenting with nasty coal-tar distillations. Many of the first drugs were modeled after textiles and dyes. The first analgesic and antipyretic drugs, phenacetin and acetanilide, were made from aniline and p-nitrophenol, which are just byproducts of coal tar.
Pharmaceutical “science,” for the most part, is an absolute abandonment of the healing modalities that have sustained humans for centuries. The good news is that many herbalists are still around today, passing on the trade of making real medicine using plants. Plants synthesize their own medicine and contain compounds that, when extracted and used correctly, work in conjunction with the human body systems, restoring its healing state.
After Swiss health authorities blocked the alternative medicine fields from legitimacy in 2005, the people of Switzerland spoke out. In 2009, two-thirds of the Swiss voted to include these five important healing modalities on the country’s constitutional list of paid health services. When 2012 rolled around, all five complementary healing modalities were included in basic compulsory insurance coverage as part of a six-year trial period. At the end of the trial period, determinations would be made based on the alternative therapies “efficacy, cost–effectiveness and suitability.”
Now the interior ministry has determined what many holistic practitioners already understand about the healing arts. It’s “impossible to provide such proof for these disciplines in their entirety.” The proof of their efficacy is in the individual’s own experience, initiative and commitment. Holistic therapies are not like synthetic drugs. The whole person is treated, not just a symptom. It’s impossible to gauge an alternative therapy on paper, in a perfectly controlled environment. The proof is typically in the observation, in the progress of healing over time.
March 14, 2016
One of the most important books in the history of psychiatry and natural medicine has been published by HarperCollins, who unique among their mainstream publishing competitors, had the guts to release it completely uncensored.
Dr. Kelly Brogan, a holistic psychiatrist specialized in women’s health and practicing in Manhattan, reveals in A Mind of Your Own: The Truth about Depression and How Women Can Heal Their Bodies to Reclaim Their Lives, that a silent tragedy afflicting millions of Americans is occurring right under the nose of the public, without even a whisper from the medical establishment, regulatory industry, and mainstream media.
Dr. Brogan’s straightforward message is that depression, which according to the WHO is the #1 global cause of disability, and which feeds into a 80+ billion dollar a year psychiatric medication industry, is completely treatable and even reversible with a nutrition-based approach that does not require psychiatric medications. The book not only reveals the unscientific nature of psychiatric definitions of mental illness (which are arrived at by the psychiatry guild’s process of consensus and not any form of empirical or scientific validation), as well as the conspicuous lack of scientific justification for treating mental illness with pharmaceuticals, but gives the readers access to exactly those protocols, nutritional recommendations, and mind-body practices, she discovered could successfully treat and yes, sometimes cure, her patients.
Could her drug free, evidence-based approach, and use of the “C” word have gotten her blacklisted? Dr. Brogan’s mentor, the late Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, himself a practicing MD in Manhattan, used the “C” word and for an equally controversial condition, cancer, and is known and loved the world over for his humble success in putting terminal cancers into remission. Throughout his career, his work was maligned, manipulated, and suppressed.
The pattern is obvious.
And so, despite Dr. Brogan’s entirely evidence-based and extremely empowering message, the book has been unilaterally silenced by the mainstream media after every major news outlet requested and reviewed a copy of the book. This is all the more conspicuous, considering its grassroots validation by becoming a #1 best-seller in both Depression and Holistic Medicine categories before it has was even been released to the public.
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What’s really going on? Why will Dr. Oz, for instance, feature anti-GMO activists, and not a book about our ability to heal without pharmaceuticals? Could the rumors be true, and since the primary advertising revenue for mainstream programming is the pharmaceutical industry, that there is an irresistible incentive to silence against anything or anyone which would threaten their cash cow, even among the most “progressive” of channels and shows?
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By: Larry Malerba, DO
Homeopathy is a thorn in the side of Pharma because of the fact that its unique medicines are FDA regulated, safe, inexpensive, and can’t be patented.
Now that the deadline for public comment at FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and FTC (Federal Trade Commission) has officially come to a close, supporters of homeopathy are waiting to see what steps, if any, will be taken to further regulate the marketing of homeopathic medicines. In light of these developments and other recent events, some believe that there is an organized effort under way to discredit this venerable medical art and science.
Homeopathy is a 200 year-old holistic system of healing with a remarkable safety record and a reputation for yielding excellent results. It employs small doses of naturally occurring substances, which are prescribed in accordance with the principle of similars: A treatment is chosen on the basis of a homeopathic medicine’s ability to closely mimic the symptom pattern of the sick individual.
However, FDA and FTC actions in the U.S. along with similar developments in the U.K., Australia, and Canada have homeopathic supporters wondering.
Although homeopathy has been part of the U.K.’s National Health Service (NHS) since 1948, recent pressure by anti-homeopathy activists has led to a decision by the Dept. of Health to review the status of NHS funding for homeopathy.
One U.K. homeopathic physician, Dr. David Fitton, noted,
“It’s quite respectable in all European countries, and it’s well integrated at the consultant level, but for some reason in the UK there’s a big anti-homeopathy attitude, a campaign almost.” (1)
Meanwhile, in Canada, a University of Toronto professor’s efforts to conduct research on the homeopathic treatment of children with ADHD have also met with resistance. A group of scientists led by well-known anti-holistic medicine activist, Joe Schwarcz, of McGill University, sent a letter to Univ. of Toronto questioning why it would sanction a study based on a therapy like homeopathy. A response from U. of T. stated that,
“Rigorous research into these products and therapies—including the research conducted by Professor Boon and at the Centre for Integrative Medicine—helps patients and their caregivers make informed treatment choices.” (2)
Coincidentally—or not—a recent review conducted by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) in Australia concluded that, “there are no health conditions for which there is reliable evidence that homeopathy is effective.”
This rather sweeping and surprisingly bold condemnation of homeopathy contradicted a prior review sponsored by the Swiss government, which came to the opposite conclusion. That study vindicated homeopathy, calling it effective, safe, and cost-effective. It recommended that homeopathy be included in Switzerland’s national health program.
The American Association of Homeopathic Pharmacists (AAHP) responded to the Australian review:
“The AAHP considers their conclusion to be a blanketed and unfounded generalization about the therapeutic effects of all homeopathic medicines. This overreaching announcement is a disservice to patients and health care systems around the world.” (3)
A Homeopathy Research Institute critique of the Australian study pointed out…
“… deep flaws in how the NHMRC had analyzed the evidence on homeopathy. This raises questions … leading to serious concerns about the conduct of this governmental body.” (4)
Homeopathic supporters are familiar with the standard arguments lodged by anti-homeopathy activists who like to call themselves “skeptics.” They insist that there is no scientific evidence to support homeopathy. They repeat this unfounded claim in spite of a growing body of evidence to the contrary.
It has recently come to light that a well-known skeptic organization, Sense About Science, which actively campaigns against homeopathy in the UK, was reportedly accepting money from Coca-Cola to spread disinformation downplaying the dangers of sugary drinks. Coca-Cola’s Chief Science & Health Officer immediately “retired” from her position after the Associated Press exposed the scam. (5)
Iris Bell, MD, PhD, is a Stanford University School of Medicine graduate and Director of Research for the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. She has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles. In response to critics’ claims that there is no scientific evidence to support homeopathy, Dr. Bell noted that such claims…
“…rely on a small selection of methodologically flawed, highly criticized meta-analyses of homeopathy while ignoring the specific peer-reviewed published scientific evidence from multiple independent laboratories that homeopathic medicines are biologically active on gene expression, immune modulation, and biological signaling effects. It also ignores data showing that homeopathic medicines can have beneficial effects in individual patients and in animals different from placebo effects in a number of studies.”