April 24, 2012
We are looking at similarities between the psychopath and the cancer industry. A look at the victims can speak volumes.
Once the industry established itself as the only choice to make after a cancer diagnosis, they took the next step, which is reeling in the victim. This can be done a number of ways, which all boil down to seizing control of the victim’s mind through various forms of lying.
Control through Lying
Perhaps the biggest lie of all is that there is no cure. This lie does not stand up to open inquiry and honest debate, which is why there is neither. This enables the cancer industry to not only continue to monetize their treatments, but enforce the hive-mind programming about those treatments through their various charitable events.
In psychopathic literature, these lying behaviors are described as gaslighting or rewriting history. The psychopath defines, denies, lies, minimizes, justifies to get what he wants.
Since he has no conscience, he feels no remorse about his lying or its consequences. He wants what he wants and pursues it relentlessly. The truth doesn’t matter and he does whatever he has to do to hide it.
To understand the magnitude of the lies, it’s important to grasp the efficacy of the cures. Two of the most documented cures are hemp and laetrile. These two vids explain the fundamentals of these treatments as well as some of the politics behind their suppression. If the thought of cancer makes your blood run cold, you need to watch these.
RUN FROM THE CURE:
THE POLITICS OF CANCER AND THE SCIENCE OF LAETRILE:
Both of these treatments can be had for pennies on the dollar. In fact, they are so affordable, they can be accessed without insurance. Medical expenses are the leading cause of personal bankruptcy.
Billions dead. Millions currently in treatment. Is the cancer industry a form of genocide?
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