This Time the Goose Got Cooked

First, before I forget to mention what prompted this annual rant, read this short article referenced in the Subject line:Â

It’s that time of year when the golden goose of raising money ostensibly to fight cancer is brought out again, and countless well meaning people volunteer for and contribute to what has to be one of the most profitable enterprises in modern history.

Oh, sure, there are the hollow perennial assurances that “there is promising research” and “we’re so close”, to keep the faithful coming back time after time.

It’s almost been elevated to a religious event. There is a “walk for the cure”, “race for the cure”, “bike for the cure”, etc.

Every year, huge events are planned and staged to raise awareness of cancer’s devastating effects, as if we didn’t already know.

“Wow, you mean people actually die from that disease?

I had no idea!”

How surrealistic would that comment be?

Raising awareness = raising money.

People are already aware of the things that awareness is being raised about – they just aren’t spending enough money on it, hence the “raising awareness” campaigns with their ubiquitous ribbons of various colors.

You’re not likely to have your donation met with a polite “oh, no thanks – we’re not raising money, just awareness.” (Hey, there’s a rock band called The Cure – maybe all this money has secretly been going to them all this time? 🙂 Seriously, here is where I’ll offer my usual disclaimer that there are many conscientious, qualified, highly skilled and well intentioned health professionals (doctors, nurses, researchers, etc.) that have my greatest respect, and toward whom I intend no criticism herein.

Rather, this is more aimed at those at higher levels who benefit financially from the continuous, ongoing treatment of any disease rather than its ultimate cure. There are questions that either are not asked, or if they are, remain largely unanswered. For instance…

  1. Why is all the cancer fighting rhetoric based on the premise that cancer is a singular entity? There are many types of cancers, with both common and dissimilar characteristics.
  2. It follows, then, that each might have a separate and different cure, so why are we (supposedly) looking for the (one) cure for cancer?
  3. Next, why are the conventional methods of cancer treatment (radiation, chemotherapy, and surgery) so stubbornly promoted when their chances of success are questionable at best, dismal at worst?
  4. Is there any connection between chemotherapy’s popularity among oncologists and the tremendous profitability of the drugs it employs, aggressively marketed to them by the pharmaceutical companies?
  5. Does it make any sense that any of these approaches is prescribed as a knee jerk reaction to a cancer diagnosis even for cancers which are proven not to respond to that particular approach?
  6. Why are the many unconventional treatments (i.e. not regulated by the same government most people don’t trust in other areas) which have been shown to be far more successful nevertheless downplayed and criticized by the mainstream medical monopoly?
  7. Why are we not told that the survival rate for most types of cancer is higher among those opting not to undergo conventional treatments? Would this revelation cut into the cancer industry’s profits?
  8. If tomorrow, a cure were announced for cancer (assuming, just for argument’s sake, that one cure would cover all types), what would happen to the American Cancer Society and all the other cancer related businesses? Would they have to shut their doors? If so, doesn’t this smack of a conflict of interest?
  9. If the people who claim to be diligently searching for a cure were sincere, why do they conceal promising (and even proven), non-invasive approaches (with few- or no side effects) like…
  • vitamin C therapy
  • food-grade (35%) hydrogen peroxide therapy
  • hydrazine sulfate
  • alkaline producing/sustaining diet
  • Dr. Kelley’s pancreatic enzyme therapy
  • Hoxsey’s tonic
  • vitamin B17/Laetrile/amygdalin treatment

(Hint: none of these profit the drug companies) Furthermore, if you ever see information critical of any of these treatments, consider its source and probable agenda.

10. Why are women not told of the connection between abortion and breast cancer? (Those who are financially hurt from this connection being revealed have gone to great lengths to refute it, but have obvious motives for doing so.)

11. Why are people not told that it is a generally accepted fact within the medical profession that more people die of radiation & chemotherapy than of the cancer that they were being used to treat?

12.Why do some vaccines contain known carcinogens (e.g. formaldehyde, thimerosal)? I could go on, but those questions alone are sufficient to cast serious doubt as to the sincerity of the efforts of the same industry to eradicate the disease from which it profits so handsomely, thus eliminating its primary source of revenue.

The same can be said of claims to cure any profitable disease.

Every doctor who has successfully treated patients and achieved remission in a majority of cases, rather than regarded a hero, is ostracized by his colleagues, condemned by the AMA, FDA, et al, and shunned by the industry as practicing quackery.


Two books I highly recommend for anyone wanting to know more of the truth behind this crime upon humanity are… The Cancer Industry by Ralph W. Moss

Murder by Injection by Eustace Mullins

The Unseen Hand by A. Ralph Epperson The second book is very hard to find, but worth the search.

If you locate and can obtain a copy, I suggest you value it enough to either keep it under lock & key, or only lend it to your most trusted friends and family, and even then for a set time limit, to ensure its return. It is also not particularly well written, but packed with good information.

While its focus is not entirely on cancer, it devotes a chapter or two to the American Cancer Society, its history, and the ideology & allegiance of its founders. (The book also covers vaccines/immunizations, and AIDS, among other topics.

It’s very eye-opening.) The third book, which is otherwise a tremendous work on the conspiratorial view of history, contains a scant 3-page chapter entitled “Abortion and Laetrile”.

Consider the following excerpt…: When famed chemist Linus Pauling, twice a Nobel Prize winner, tried to secure research funds from the National Cancer Institute for medical research on Vitamin C as a possible cancer cure, he was told that “The road to a vitamin answer to cancer is of no medical interest.”

Epperson, The Unseen Hand, p. 365, quoting from The Review of the News, February 1, 1978, p. 25 (emphasis added) It’s probably no coincidence that the Greek word for “sorceries” in Revelation 9:21 is the same word where we get “pharmacy”. Another thing I find especially disturbing is the exploitation of all those who have lost loved ones to cancer, to punctuate the urgency that even more money be collected for ongoing research.

As much money as the drug companies make, if they were truly sincere about finding a cure for ANY disease (which they aren’t, because once a disease is cured, what need is there of their product?), they could easily fund their own research without pandering to the public for sympathy. And just for the record, I have lost several loved ones to cancer, most recently my father, who died after a brief battle with pancreatic cancer last September.

That is why I am all the more adamant about exposing efforts which will not result in the finding of any cure, but only divert the public’s attention from cures that actually already exist;Â they just aren’t accepted. It’s time people stopped falling for the annual Pavlovian cure-fest fundraisers, and started asking the right questions, demanding answers instead of just blindly forking over money which mostly isn’t spent for finding a cure.

Educate yourselves on the alternatives.

What you don’t know can hurt you. “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.”

– Hosea 4:6

“The love of money is the root of all evil.”

1 Timothy 6:10

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