Thursday, November 29, 2012
Shock study: Mammograms a medical hoax, over one million American women maimed by unnecessary 'treatment' for cancer they never had
Cost: approx $30 - $40
Replaces one to two meals a day
I began my "Juice Feast" on raw organic fruits and vegetables at least once a day starting about three weeks ago. Within a couple days I started to feel dramatically better and way less hungry all the time. My energy level increased and my sleeping improved. I am dropping weight. My body is re-balancing. The nagging back pain I've had for a year is disappearing. Within another few weeks, I'll need to buy new jeans.
When massive amounts of raw organic juice hit your tummy, it is wonderful! It feels like a thick comforting blanket that dissolves life stress. In reality what is happening is the phyto-nutrients, which are already broken down by the juicing machine, begin to rapidly move through the blood system to support and lend effective repair to our organs.
I truly believe juicing can save your life. Anyone who has already seen the documentary "Fat Sick & Nearly Dead" will definitely agree.
The cancer and diabetes epidemic is a direct result of the toxic processed and GMO "Franken Food" fed to Americans. Our food is laced with poison from the petro-chemical industry which is hard on our organs, especially the liver. Some of our food is laced with hormones and anti-biotics. Some of our vegetables are engineered with insect genes. Our wheat supply is not the wheat of your grandparents and has a lot to do with the obesity epidemic in America. The new wheat acts as an opiate in our bodies, causing us to crave more and more of it.
I personally know a nutritionist who used an intense juicing regimen to bring back to life more than one chemo and radiation ravaged patient left to die by the medical industry. The cancer cartel (industry that sells cancer drugs for profit) denies the validity of raw nutrition as a potent weapon against cancer. They turn the terminals, who they can do nothing for and after they are nearly dead, to the nutritionists. Only after their "science" has failed is it 'legal' for patients to be turned over to the natural community.
God forbid you have a child with cancer. That child can be ripped from your side if you refuse the cancer protocols prescribed by the cancer establishment, who protects its death-profit.
Did anyone reading this post watch Avatar?
Yesterday I ran across this article on NaturalNews.com. I hope you will read it and consider nutrition as you consider another Big Pharma solution to what ails you. If what ails you is a metabolic disorder or related to mitrochondria disease, you need heavy doses of raw organic nutrients to reverse damage.
Read this article, please:
Shock study: Mammograms a medical hoax, over one million American women maimed by unnecessary 'treatment' for cancer they never had
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Butler University student: "My name is Ryan Lovelace, and I dropped that politically correct political science class"
Students Told to Disavow ‘American-ness, maleness, whiteness, heterosexuality’
The syllabus of the course at Butler, a small Midwestern liberal arts institution in Indianapolis, spells out that students should use “inclusive language” because it’s “a fundamental issue of social justice.”
“Language that is truly inclusive affirms sexuality, racial and ethnic backgrounds, stages of maturity, and degrees of limiting conditions,” the syllabus states, referencing a definition created by the United Church of Christ.
The syllabus of the class, called Political Science 201: Research and Analysis, goes on to ask students “to write and speak in a way that does not assume American-ness, maleness, whiteness, heterosexuality, middle-class status, etc. to be the norm.” It is taught by a black, female professor.
In an interview with The College Fix, Jay Howard, dean of Butler’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, denied this practice essentially presumes every student who walks through the door is a racist or misogynist.
He said students must be told not to assume such prejudices because such assumptions are ingrained into the culture and remain there until questioned. With that, a liberal arts education questions these assumptions, and such questions can make for uncomfortable situations, he said.
“Sometimes in order to broaden the conversation and broaden the understandings you’ve got to risk making people uncomfortable,” Howard said. “There’s nothing about a college education that guarantees you won’t be made uncomfortable. As a matter of fact, if you’re never made uncomfortable in your college education, you’re not really getting a college education.”
Howard said the college he oversees does not want students to continue to harbor such assumptions without question, “but neither do we want to exclude the dominant group in society in our attempts to make sure that we’re leveling hierarchies.”
In twenty years, white people will no longer be the majority, but they will still be the largest ethnic group, Howard said. He said using inclusive language would help students prepare for a changing world as America becomes more diverse.
He added that American culture makes speaking inclusively difficult, and the English language is partly to blame.
“Our language doesn’t make it easy to write in ways that are inclusive,” Howard said. “We don’t have a generic singular, I mean we have he and she. There is no pronoun that is gender-neutral there.”
However, not all writing- and language-intensive classes at Butler University mandate students use such “inclusive” language.
Nancy Whitmore, director of the journalism school in the College of Communication, said in an interview with The College Fix that students in her department are encouraged to use diverse sources with a wide variety of opinions, but are not mandated to use so-called inclusive language.
Whitmore said she is unsure what educators in Butler’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences mean when they ask students to write without assuming certain things to be the norm.
“I don’t think I could ever write from a black woman’s point of view because I’ve never been a black woman,” Whitmore said.
My name is Ryan Lovelace, and I dropped that politically correct political science class.
Clearly, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Butler University believes its students were raised as racist and misogynist homophobes who have grown to harbor many prejudices, a stance that is both offensive and hostile to any student’s ability to learn.
As a student at an institution predominantly focused on the liberal arts, I expected to hear professors express opinions different from my own. I did not expect to be judged before I ever walked through the door, and did not think I would be forced to agree with my teachers’ worldviews or suffer the consequences.
Being judged and forced to act a certain way is antithetical to how any institution of higher education should conduct itself.
As a journalism major, I will now strive to avoid the liberal arts college as much as possible, not because the college fails to provide its students with any practical knowledge, but because the college seeks to indoctrinate its students with a hostile paradigm that views people like me—an American, white, heterosexual male from a middle-class background—as evil; whitey-righty need not attend.
Many consider higher education to be in turbulent waters because of rising tuition costs and student loan debt, but students who actually graduate may struggle even more if they view the world as Butler’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences does.
The liberal arts college seeks to include people, but someone will always be excluded, as it is impossible to always include everyone. Furthermore, I’m not sure how to write assuming any other persona but my own. Any attempts to do so would only be offensive to people different from myself.
Lastly, the idea that people have different views from mine is not what makes me uncomfortable. The idea that I must walk, talk and act as the liberal arts college pleases does. I’ll speak as I always have and conduct myself in the way I deem fit. I think paying $40,000 a year should give me that basic right.
Fix contributor Ryan Lovelace is a student at Butler University.
Posted by M Theory at Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Monday, November 26, 2012
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Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Message from John Tate, Campaign for Liberty:
"This season is traditionally one for giving thanks, spending time with friends and family, and reflecting on the past year.
But before they can stuff themselves at the dinner table on Thursday or kick back to catch the game, many Americans must travel by plane to get to their loved ones.
And while I have a lot to give thanks for this year, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will not be on that list.
Actually, I'm personally thankful NOT to be flying anywhere for Thanksgiving this time around.
I experienced more than my fair share of TSA grope-downs while traveling around the country managing Ron Paul's presidential campaign.
Unfortunately for those flying this holiday season, Congress has yet to find a backbone and outright abolish the TSA for its repeated violations of our constitutional and natural rights.
If this Congress cared one iota about our liberties, they would pass common-sense legislation like Rep. Ron Paul's "American Traveler Dignity Act," or Senator Rand Paul's pair of bills, S. 3302 and S. 3303, to create a passenger bill of rights and replace Transportation Security Officers (TSOs) with private screeners.
Even Rep. Marsha Blackburn's "STRIP Act" to prevent TSOs from using the title "officer" and wearing uniforms and badges that resemble those of a law enforcement officer would demonstrate Congress had some desire to rein in this rogue and unaccountable bureaucracy.
Knowing a federal agency exists that gropes, scans, pokes, and prods Americans - treating us as cattle until they've removed every shred of human dignity we have left - turns my stomach.
And just as we shouldn't give up our liberty for some fleeting promise of "security," we shouldn't trade our dignity as human beings, either.
It's offensive to watch as elderly or disabled individuals and young children are groped in our airports.
And now it's clear the TSA's inefficiency and ineffectiveness will only get worse...
... their employees just unionized under the American Federation of Government Employees union, an affiliate of the AFL-CIO.
So an agency already rife with corruption will be further solidified into our society, and the misconduct of its employees protected by the full might of the union bosses.
Much has been done to highlight such misconduct, from ABC's investigative report tracking down a stolen iPad to the home of a TSA officer, to a list of 50 of the "Most Dangerous TSOs" compiled by Representative Blackburn.
Sadly, even if you're not flying this year, there is still a chance you might run into the TSA.
Over the past few years, their reach has sprawled far beyond our airports and onto our highways, our train and subway stations, sporting events, and even political rallies through TSA's VIPR teams.
When did the TSA become Big Government's anointed "gatekeeper-in-chief"?
This "mission-creep" reinforces the notion that TSA is "nothing more than a bloated, broken bureaucracy," as Rep. Paul Broun has stated.
Congress must be reminded that Americans do not surrender their Fourth Amendment rights when purchasing an airline ticket.
Now more than ever, the TSA needs to be reined in, and it's up to you and me to make this a top priority in the 113th Congress.
As bad as things are, there is hope!
With the addition of Senator-elect Ted Cruz, a man who made his disdain for the TSA no secret during his campaign, and numerous other liberty-minded representatives, we can push this issue further than it has ever gone before.
But first, all those who care deeply for this country must rise up and loudly proclaim, "ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!"
I know the liberty movement is strong enough to make a difference when we determine to do so.
And we can start this holiday season!
If you find yourself in the TSA queue line, observe other passengers as they're directed into the porno-scanners.
As they hold their hands above their heads like criminals, ask yourself, "Is that the pose of a free man?"
When it comes your turn, I hope you'll choose to opt-out.
The truth is, most TSOs don't enjoy performing the grope-downs any more than passengers enjoy receiving them.
(There is always the exception to the rule, and now they'll be tougher to fire for misconduct thanks to the AFGE union bosses.)
The TSA will never change their disgusting screening tactics until enough public disgust forces them to. "
Posted by M Theory at Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
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Saturday, November 17, 2012
to make a creative and fulfilled life.
Liberty can mean that we choose to make decisions that raise up the weakest in society toward Actualization. Maslow defined that a person cannot advance toward actualization unless their basic physical needs are met first. I contend that includes health, along with food, clothing, and shelter. Food should equal health via proper nutrition.
Those among us who cannot afford food should be entitled to taxpayer funded EBT cards to spend on nutrition, right?
But what if our poor were entitled to spend their taxpayer funded EBT cards at gas station convenience stores on the worst foods money can buy at the highest prices charged anywhere?
What if the foods we are funding with our EBT dollars actually cause diabetes, cancer, and heart disease and we are funding poisons to the very people we are attempting to save?
What if our welfare tax dollars are buying and promoting illness that we are going to soon have to pay for with socialized healthcare?
Yesterday I interviewed a clerk who works the Speedway gas station on Washington Street about a mile east of the Angie's List campus. He said people are in there all day long buying candy bars, sodas, chips, and every other 'food' product the store carries with EBT cards.
He made it sound like EBT sales were mostly what was happening at his Speedway store apart from the gas sales. He told me that people can buy anything in the store with their EBT cards except the hot food.
How do you feel about our EBT tax funds being spent on a massive amounts of junk food?
How do you feel about knowing our tax dollars buy 'food' which directly causes the expensive life long 'incurable' illnesses our health care tax dollars are now going to have to pay to treat?
The real question is can our society afford to spend its nutrition dollars earmarked for the poor on products that are proven to cause diabetes, cancer, and a whole host of other ailments?
Our inner city poor need first be provided and shown alternate places to spend their EBT dollars before we cut off their junk food. We also need to provide nutrition education.
Then once we have enough easily connectable places for them to shop to get a good value for nutritious food, we need our legislators to define that their credits can only be spent on foods that provide solid and basic nutrition.
Don't you think junk food and sodas should be luxury, just like it was when we were kids?
As a society, I believe we need to work toward to goal of eliminating junk food purchases on EBT cards.
Above is part of the produce I brought home on Saturday, which I will juice and cook into meals and eat over the next 10 days.
I want our inner city poor to have access to this nutrition too and believe our community can make it available to the inner city to spend their EBT on.
Our ailments melt away when we consume raw food and "phyto nutrients" (phyto = sun or light)
Our local farmers can eventually provide most of the produce for them, provided there is support from City Hall, who does not dare get spanked over this issue.
For the premium money our welfare recipients are spending at Speedway and other gas station convenience stores for junk food, we can fund local farmers and save our poor at the same time.
Do our politicians really care about the health of our poor? Their policy decisions that allow junk food purchases with taxpayer funds (their actions) tell us everything we need to know about their priorities.
The question is do we as as a society want to change the laws that enable our tax dollars to directly poison the most vulnerable and poor among us with unlimited access to high priced junk food?
Posted by M Theory at Saturday, November 17, 2012
Posted by M Theory at Saturday, November 17, 2012
Friday, November 16, 2012
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Ron Paul makes a lot of sense, in particular, because the American House of Representatives in Congress is full of criminals, thieves, liars, hypocrites and sellouts.
Posted by M Theory at Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
We got into a discussion today at the office about unanswered questions surrounding the Indy explosion. The main unanswered question surrounds the husband of the couple who was killed. We found it suspicious that the MSM did not tell us about the life of the husband (John Dion Longworth), but went into great detail about his wife.
One of my co-workers pointed out that everytime she watched the news they flashed his picture for a split second and hers for a long time. That made another co-worker dig around and find this You Tube.
Regardless of what you believe happened, John Dion Longworth was involved with very high level technology. Does that mean anything? Was he a target?
Why was the FBI, CIA, etc. on the scene?
It is pointed out in this video that a witness said they saw a black helicopter. The 'accident' happened at 11:10pm on 11/10. Coincidence?
I hope people keep asking questions.
Posted by M Theory at Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Monday, November 12, 2012
I have followed Project Camelot and Project Avalon interviews for several years now. Last week a pilot episode of a new show "Shadow Operations" aired on television. Here it is. It's definitely mind-blowing if you don't follow Exopolitics. For those that do, it's exciting to see on television. David Wilcock, my favorite researcher, is featured in the first episode.
Posted by M Theory at Monday, November 12, 2012
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Wow. Please listen. (Time: 6:23)
Posted by M Theory at Thursday, November 08, 2012
My Fibromyalgia & Depression
I started taking this product in July 2010 after my street minister friend David Scott told me about it. He said it would help me with energy. At that time I needed to keep 5 hour energy shots next to my bed just to be able to wake up and go to work. I just thought it was "getting old". Mornings were excrutiating for me when my feet first hit the floor. First steps in the mornings were painful. I needed to hold the stair railing with BOTH hands to steady myself to walk down the stairs. I was also moderately depressed.
Back then I felt bad and was in pain about 30 days a month and felt ok or good just one day a month. I was too tired and depressed to even try to look good at the office. Half the time, I wouldn't even bother to put on make-up.
I decided to risk $300 on a 90-day supply to see if it would help me. While $300 was a lot of money, I figured the potential reward outweighed the risk. Boy, am I glad I did!
Within two months of taking two scoops daily of 100% organic Enzacta PXP Forte mixed with water, my symptoms were 90% diminished and my depression was resolved. My mental focus improved and my sales skyrocketed and my income doubled the next year. It's amazing how much better I was at my 100% commission job when I felt good. The age spots on my hands faded and I can barely see them anymore.
Two years later 100% of my pain is gone and I have no symptoms of depression. I cannot imagine the toll on me had I suffered more years with extreme fatique, depression, and fibromyalgia pain.
I get regular updates on exciting stories from other Enzacta users who have seen reversal of diabetes, MS, allergies, migraines, high cholesterol, depression, and even cancer!
Am I getting younger?
Today I just take one scoop a day and feel better than I have since my early 30's.
ENZACTA PXP FORTE BACK STORY
This is a true story…In 1993 a businessman from Thailand by the name of Thavisith Pongprapansiri (pronounced Ta – Visit, Pong-prop-on-sear-ee, his name will soon be a common household name) invested several million dollars to start a company that would produce cereals and food products from processed rice to feed babies and children. Little did Thavisith know that what he had started would ultimately change the treatment of disease and illness and benefit the health of the world’s population.
His company began producing these grain-based cereals for distribution in Europe. At the same time, the company began donating cereal products to children suffering from malnutrition. After a while, Thavisith began to receive letters and calls from parents stating that his cereals were reversing and curing their children’s malnutrition problems.
He returned to those areas to find amazing results. The cereal was providing the children with the proper nutrition that they were missing. For the first time, they were receiving the proper nutrients that would reverse the affects of malnutrition, a condition that is very difficult to correct.
Full of hope and excitement, Thavisith formed a team of scientists from Switzerland and Germany. They began to study the raw materials that went into the cereal (the grain). They found a particular strain that grew in specific areas in Thailand. The soil in these areas is very rich in organic matter. They believed that this helped the grains produce more functional nutrients.
Through a proprietary extraction process, the scientists found that they could stimulate human cells to produce the exact type of energy the body needs to bring metabolism back to normal. Thavisith was finding that babies eating this grain would experience improved learning capabilities. As other children began to take the grains, their immune systems became stronger and the children learned much faster.
His team discovered that this native strain of grain (mainly rice) would produce polysaccharidepeptides or PSP (The product is know as Alfa PXP Forte). These PSP’s were recognized by the body cells as food that is easily and immediately absorbed and assimilated. The body acknowledges these PSP’s, and it says "yummy", this is good. Thavisith and the scientists spent years experimenting until they discovered a proprietary "Alpha-Glycan" process that would preserve the nutrients from the grain in a powder form. This powder would only work when combined with water and if consumed immediately after blending. This product is called: Alfa PXP Forte.
For the next six years, Thavisith traveled all over the world and was, with the help of this PSP (The product is know as Alfa PXP Forte), literally able to save thousands of lives. He didn’t just help them reverse their conditions…he helped them live!.
"What greater gift can you give to your friends, loved ones and those you don’t even know yet?. I want to provide a healthy, natural alternative for people and give them other ways to get better to heal and be free of disease and pain and suffering."
Thavisith Pongprapansiri, His goal is to help the world’s population learn about this new technique of reversing the body from all kinds of illness, disease and ailments.
Thavisith took the Alfa PXP Forte along with his nine years of research and proven results to one of his colleagues from the West. They wisely arranged to provide Alfa PXP Forte to Enzacta as the exclusive distributor.
Posted by M Theory at Thursday, November 08, 2012
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
During Bailout I, in September 2008 at the end of the Bush presidency, Representative Mike Pence was one of the first and few in Congress to cross the "combine" and suggest America defy the banks, specifically The Federal Reserve. That was back when most Americans did not know the Federal Reserve was a private group of bankers and not really federal.
I remember how much I loved him back then, as one of the only guys in Congress to speak out against and stand up to the Fed's threat of martial law if the bailout didn't happen.
"To have the freedom to succeed, we must preserve the freedom to fail." Pence declared.
He also said, "“There are no easy answers but there are alternatives to massive government spending.”
I admit, a respect and adoration of Mike Pence began in me at the time he took a well-grounded leadership role in our country against bailouts, when most in his party including presidential candidate McCain, were making sure they were on The Hill to cast their pro-banker vote.
During this time, Iceland ousted it's prime minister, arrested the bankers, put them on trial, found them guilty, put them in prison, and forgave mortgages equivalent to about 25% of its GDP. Had America followed Mike Pence's lead, America would be in a different boat today. She might look a little more like Iceland. She would have taken the bitter pill, shored up her fiscal problems, arrested guilty bankers, and bounced back into relative prosperity like Iceland did.
Instead, we give our guilty more power and money.
I respected Mike Pence then and I respect him now as our Governor-elect. I hope he is as courageous a Governor as he was for Indiana and our country in Congress. I want to trust him to protect Indiana's sovereignty.
P.s. to you Occupy types that might be reading... American taxpayer bailout money so far would pay for pretty much every mortgage in America. If we were not paying mortgages, we would be spending it in the economy instead and everyone would be good including deserving banks. Just sayin'.
Posted by M Theory at Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Monday, November 5, 2012
Saturday, November 3, 2012
Ventura gives interview to Alex Jones. In it he says the third season of his hit show Conspiracy Theory which completed filming a year ago will not air until the day after the election. All the episodes will air except the one on the TSA who is now setting up checkpoints on highways, malls, and ramping up to search passengers on buses and trains in violation of the 4th Amendment.
He points out the allegiance to the gang (Republican or Democrat) is the primary duty of the gang members (politicians) and that they operate as psuedo criminal enterprises.
He talks a little about being governor and his old days of pro wrestling. In all, a great interview.
Posted by M Theory at Saturday, November 03, 2012