A great misunderstanding regarding the therapeutic value of the
cannabis plant persists, even within some reform circles. Marijuana is
often lumped into the same category as cigarettes, hard drugs, and even
alcohol, with the latest trend being to designate cannabis as “less
harmful” than these other substances. In reality, cannabis isn’t
actually harmful at all, and it can help improve the way people think,
process and understand information, and even function physically.
It was reported last week that holistic doctors meeting at a conference in northern Germany were poisoned and taken to the hospital. It was said that 30 different doctors, aged 25 to 55 were poisoned with a psychoactive drug at the conference. During the conference, people began staggering and complaining of cramps, while others had more severe reactions and strong hallucinations.
15 ambulances, a helicopter and some 160 rescue personnel were called to the scene to rush the doctors to the hospital.
There are few issues more controversial and contentious than the debate(s) over vaccines. But whatever side of that debate you come down on, you should be horrified by the questions surrounding the death of Jeffrey James Bradstreet, MD.
Dr. Bradstreet was a controversial anti-vaccination physician who promoted an unorthodox method of treating children with autism. Like some in the anti-vaccination crowd, be very strongly believed there was a link between vaccines and autism.
After gaining notoriety, or infamy, for his claims, armed FDA agents raided his offices. Many people do not know that the executive branch employs a tremendous number of offices of law enforcement, including police for the Food and Drug Administration.
Updated June 27, 2015: The NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) retracted its earlier announcement and admitted that the warming of the Pacific is NOT caused by El Nino but they kept it quiet. I suppose if they broadcast it, someone might ask the embarrassing question that if it’s not El Nino then what, in fact, is causing the warming of the Pacific?
The Pacific Ocean is dying. I’ve been warning about the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear disaster for four years and now its deadly consequences are more apparent every day.
Fukushima’s weapons-grade radioactive aerial fall-out and contaminated ocean currents are bioaccumulating in phytoplankton; the bottom (beginning) of the food chain. As well, it weakens the Pacific marine life’s immune systems making them more susceptible to bacterial, viral and parasitic infestation leading to death and ultimately species extinction…
GcMAF eradicates cancer; cells seen via microscopes and time lapse photography.
This is a world wide first, and a scientific research paper named “Multifaceted immunotherapeutic effects of GcMAF on human breast cancer cells” peer reviewed, and published by us in the January 2013 Immunology Conference in San Diego.
Human MCF7 breast cancer cells are shown both in a corrugated layer on the surface below, and as irregular “fingers” above. Macrophages are small round circles added at the bottom left. They do nothing until the First Immune GcMAF is added.
Time lapse photography over 60 hours shows the cancer monolayer below first changing from corrugated to smooth from the bottom left as the cancer is destroyed; then the cancer “fingers” are also eaten and destroyed by the macrophages.
Just when you think it can’t get any worse…it does.
Rhode Island has announced that the HPV vaccine, Gardasil, has been added as a requirement to attend the 7th grade. In an article published in the Washington Times, Tricia Washburn, chief of the Office of Immunization for the Rhode Island Department of Health, said:
“The bottom line is that HPV is the most sexually transmitted disease in the U.S.” she said. “We are interested in protecting the public health. We feel it shouldn’t be treated any differently than any of the other vaccines recommended by the CDC.”
Seventh graders are 12-13 years of age. What is behind this mandate? Does Rhode Island have a problem with promiscuous teens, prompting this CDC representative to be concerned about protecting the public from human papilloma virus disease?