Book Review: AIDS Inc. – Scandal Of The Century by Jon Rappoport

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BreakawayConciousness
Zy Marquiez
June 9, 2016

In his usual top-down, pull no punches fashion, Jon Rappoport dives into the deep end of Big Medica territory and sets enough depth charges to shake the very strata of conventional medicine.

Rappoport’s regular readers already know what kind of investigative reporter he is.

For those that don’t know, Rappoport [NoMoreFakeNews.com | JonRappoport.wordpress.com] is the type of person that won’t back down when he sees something amyss.  That says A LOT in our era of controlled, cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all, mainstream media manipulation reality that’s been carved for us all.  To that end, Rappoport stands clear above the rest, bringing credibility to countless issues that truly need it.

Another great appeal from this researcher is that he’s not a fear-monger.  Rappoport tells it how it is, which is how it should be – even though some people don’t like to be told the truth – but also relentlessly brings about core issues to the individual level.

As if that were not enough, Rappoport also shows us how important it is for individuals, cognizant of their endless imagination which he speaks about at length, to unleash their creative consciousness to solve any type of issues as well as creating their very reality.

In fact, one could argue all of Rappoport’s work is about showing individuals what reality TRULY is about, and what the individual can unleash to help crack that reality egg, and create a new one from the ground up.

In that sense, AIDS Inc. – Scandal Of The Century by Jon Rappoport is one of those books whose main thesis is so audacious, so phenomenal that it make you question the very fabric of reality.

Why so?

Because it challenges everything we’ve ever known about viruses.

Because it goes places no one would ever dream lies would come from within the mainstream media establishment.

Because the work of Robert Gallo, who was the person that claimed to have found the cause of AIDS, comes into question in an extremely disturbing manner.

Rappoport, in his usual no-holds-barred approach, shows that Gallo’s work regarding viruses wasn’t as ironclad as he would have liked us to believe.  In fact, his work wasn’t ironclad in no way shape or form.

In order to be able to prove that HIV is the cause of AIDS, Gallo should have been able to isolate HIV constantly – EVERY SINGLE TIME.  This was not the case however.

Through his research, Rappoport shows us that not only do many scientists disagree with the mainstream official scenario regarding AIDS, but one in particular was even willing to go on record.

Peter Deusberg.

Duesberg, who is a molecular biologist and is the author of Inventing The AIDS Virus was interviewed at length by Rappoport, and sung like a canary.

Duesberg not only is in thorough disagreement with the official AIDS theory, which is a complete fabrication, but also notes the issues with Gallo’s work, the NIH’s warped view of viruses as well as other issues with virology and such.  That excerpt by Rappoport of the interview with Deusberg alone is worth the price of the book.

Additionally, as Rappoport touches upon a few times, and Deusberg mentions in the interview, the health decline experienced by the individuals who were diagnosed with HIV/AIDS have other causal factors. 

If folks are still having trouble believing what might be possible once the veil of lies is pierced, we’ll quote a small passage from the book to outline the crux of the issue.

To quote the man himself, Rappoport:

“Traditionally, in order to establish that a germ causes a condition, medical researchers invoke what are called Koch’s postulates.

These postulates describe a formula:  From people with a given disease, remove the same germ in every case; then inject this germ into animals and in every case bring about all the symptoms of the disease.

Having accomplished this, one says that germ A causes disease B.

With HIV, this has not been done.  First, depending on which study you read, you find HIV itself has been isolated in roughly 50-80% of those people diagnosed with full-blown AIDS.   Second about a hundred chimps in the US, held in sterile isolation chambers, have been injected with high volumes of HIV.  Two chimps immediately developed infected lymph glands; this condition lasted for thirty weeks and then returned to normal.  In those two chimps, no new symptoms then appeared.  In all the other chimps, no AIDS-like symptoms developed at all.”  [1][Bold Emphasis Added]

As individuals can see, if AIDS/HIV operated as the establishment claims it did, the above should not be possible.

If that’s not bad enough, as Rappoport has noted quite often in his website and has spoken about quite a few times, the Elisa & Western Blot tests that are used to verify HIV have their inherent flaws.  In fact, the tests could end up positive for reasons not connected to HIV whatsoever.  Hear that?  That’s more depth charges going of.

Unfortunately ,the issue doesn’t start and end with HIV/AIDS.  This pervasive dilemma has actually evolved.

Ebola and the Zika virus are now being brought to the forefront for ultra-fearmongering  in the same manner.  Predictably, if one sifts deep through the data with a fine-toothed comb, allegations of people being diagnosed with these viruses are fraught with issues.  And as we’ve learned from the HIV/AIDS smokescreen, the health issues that the individuals are experiencing with Ebola/Zika can be explained by other factors that are not virus-related.

Now you have to ask yourself, if we’ve been lied to about all THAT, what ELSE have we been lied to about?

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Source:

[1] Jon Rappoport, AIDS Inc. – Scandal Of The Century, p. 83

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Book Review: Gut And Psychology Syndrome by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride MD

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BreakawayConsciousness
Zy Marquiez
January 13, 2016

There are many reviews out there in respect to this book Gut And Psychology Syndrome by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride MD. Within these there’s a kaleidoscope of different point of views in respect to what their personal opinions/anecdotes have been.

One thing that one particular individual stated that the tone of the book seemed like the author offered a ‘miracle’ cure.   That was never something that seemed for me to be the case.  A treatment, by definition, is not a cure.  If after conquering whatever disease it might be, if an individual opts to stop this ‘treatment’ its very likely that disease will crop up once more.

Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride grounds the data provided in this book with an overwhelming amount of scientific evidence. Anyone looking for quick ‘miracles’ is sadly mistaken.

This book can help people, but its hard work – a lot of hard work. There are no guarantees however.

The human body is a constellations of systems within systems all performing a synergistic dance that makes us who we are. When portions of this system is out of balance – even just one ­aspect – there can be quite the detrimental side effects thereafter.

Given that, this book has helped a large amount of people that have opted to follow the diet/data provided here.

The data information provided in this book, especially when coupled with ‘The Paleo Approach’ By Sarah Balantyne Ph.D. helped me immensely.

Am just mentioning Balantyne’s book for those looking for more research into diet and how that can help one overcome [or at least move into the right direction] the countless diseases plaguing individuals nowadays.

As a person who has had Ulcerative Colitis, a sound diet has been a life saver for me, literally. This hasn’t come easy.

The title of this book doesn’t mention UC outright, however, the disease is definitely mentioned in the book, and more importantly, the issue of ‘leaky gut’ is tackled rather incisively. This is important because gut issues are present in all unhealthy people. When you look at disease from this angle, there is a lot of knowledge to be had for those seeking to why dis-ease is as wide spread as it is, as well as what are some of the things one can do to begin moving forward.

Getting back to a previous point, the diet component is not easy. It is possible however. If such wasn’t the case, so many people wouldn’t be giving this particular review and sharing anecdotal data of their successes and such.

For me personally, the sugar component was the hardest thing to overcome. Overcoming this factor is absolutely imperative for people to overcome if one wants regain their health.

Sugar is absolutely widespread in our culture these days, and it causes way more problems that can be listed here. As Campbell-Mcbride elucidates the average western person consumes about 160-200 lbs of sugar a year. Not only that, but sugar itself fuels Candida, and worse, cancer. And that’s just one component in the diet. The author mentions countless ones that cause deleterious issues.

Its important to know what causes dis-ease in our modern society, and this book does a particularly poignant job in shedding light into many confusing aspects of diet.

This book had been recommended to me years ago, and made the mistake of not getting it. If you have been interested in this book, don’t make the same mistake that was done by me. If you’re already here, you’ve probably heard of the work done by the author and whatnot, and are familiar with some of the progress that has taken place by people that have been willing to approach this with an open mind.

After being hospitalized countless times [almost every other year [and sometimes consecutive years ongoing] for many years and sometimes staying for weeks], and having been out of remission with UC for years at a time, something had to be done.

The solutions outlined by doctors were just not cutting it for me. Nothing was working. This was why it was easy to realize that big changes had to be implemented if a healthy life was going to be attainable for me again.

This book by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride, as well as Balantyne’s book The Paleo Approach were very instrumental in me regaining my health. There are many options out there. Am just putting light to the information in hopes that perhaps in the future this help can help others as its helped me.

This is just speaking from personal experience. Take that for what it’s worth.

Topics such as the gut, the immune system, gut flora [and all its components] as well as even the gut-brain connection are all written about quite well. Toxins of all kinds are also broken down so to speak.

Within the recommended diet portion of the book, the most important and beneficial dietary changes that can be had are spoken about at length, as well as the top influences that help the immune system, as well as the ones that damage it, are also touched upon.

There really is a lot of vital information to be had by this book. The strength of it lies in how it allows the reader to realize the importance of gut health is, given the little amount of information coming out from the medical establishment.

In any case, there is extensive information for people whether they are at a beginner level, or come from a more experienced area in relation to these topics.

This is the type of information you wish everyone within the medical fields [and all education for that matter] were exposed too. That’s fantasy thinking however.

In the real world, the individual needs to do everything he can to regain their health, and its their responsibility to do that. This book helps you along that journey.

As mentioned before, a mistake was made by me years ago in not getting the book when it was extremely recommended by a dear friend of mine who had many health issues they conquered. Don’t make the same mistake.

If you’re interested, by all means go ahead. You will not regret it.

Depopulation Death Dealers

Note: HFCS = High Fructose Corn Syrup

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Depopulation Death Dealers

Comptrollers wish to cull the populace
And only have 500 million, more or less
Proof of this is in the Georgia Guide Stones
They truly wish to purge all time zones

It starts at birth, promptly with vaccines
In depopulation, there’s NO in between
Jabs that cause disease, autism & cancer
Simply going vax-free is the only answer

Then there’s ‘water’ with noxious fluoride
A chemical compound that won’t subside
Aspartame, bisphenol & and even HFCS
A merger of toxins – how can that clear up?

Let’s forget not, Big Pharma & their pills
Killing up to 225,000 causing countless ills
Surely seems like a clear eugenics sign
Luckily for us, we STILL got much time

They’ll try and brainwash entire masses
From all walks of life, all social classes
Only option is not to play their games
And watch their system go up in flames

© By: Zy Marquiez

The Breakaway Guide To The FDA – [Part 1]

By: Zy Marquiez
December 16, 2015

There are many agencies in power whose premise is supposedly to protect a certain aspect of your life, health for instance.  The Food and Drug Administration [FDA] happens to be one of those agencies.

By their very website their charter clearly states:

“FDA is responsible for protecting the public health by assuring the safety, efficacy, and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, medical devices, our nation’s food supply, cosmetics, and products that emit radiation.”1

Some would surmise that since the FDA – with the above maxim to boot – is a Government Agency, then it must be doing its’ job.  However, nothing could be further from the truth.

A few glaring instances of their failure to follow their very adage will be presented below.  These examples implicitly dissolve the FDA’s very dictum.

Let’s now take a gander at an excerpt from the unparalleled book 63 Documents The Government Dosn’t Want You To Read by Jesse Ventura & Dick Russell.

BackGround

Each year, more than 300,000 Americans are hospitalized and 5,000 die after consuming contaminated foods and beverages.  Recent high-profile outbreaks of foodborne illness have raised serious questions about FDA’s inspections process and its ability to protect the Nation’s food supply.  The Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry requested that the Office of Inspector General [OIG] review the extent to which FDA conducts food facility inspections and identifies violations.

FDA inspects food facilities to ensure food safety and compliance with regulations. During an inspection, FDA inspectors may identify potential violations of the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act as well as other applicable laws and regulations.  Based on the outcome of the inspection, FDA assigns a facility one of three classifications: official action indicated [OAI], voluntary action indicated [VAI], or no action indicated [NAI].  In addition, FDA may choose to change a facility’s initial classification to another classification under certain circumstances.

FDA relies on several approaches to determine whether a facility corrected the violations found by inspectors.  FDA may review evidence provided by a food facility describing any completed corrective actions.  FDA may also reinspect a facility to verify that corrections were made.

Findings

On average, FDA inspects less than a quarter of food facilities each year, and the number of facilities inspected has declined over time.  Between the fiscal years [FY] 2004 & 2008, FDA inspected annually an average of 24 percent of the food facilities subject to its inspection.  Except for a few instances, there are no specific guidelines that govern the frequency with which inspections should occur.  Further, the number of food facilities that FDA inspected declined between FY’s 2004 & 2008, even as the number of food facilities increased.  In addition, the number of inspections of facilities that have been desginated by FDA as “high risk” has also declined.  FDA officials noted the overall decline in FDA inspections was largely due to a decline in staffing levels.

Fifty-six percent of food facilities have gone 5 or more years without an FDA inspection.  FDA identified 51,229 food facilities that were subject to inspection and were in business from the start of FY 2004 until the end of FY 2008.  Of these, 56 percent were not inspected at all, 14 percent were inspected a single time, and the remaining 30 percent were inspected two or more times.  If FDA does not routinely inspect food facilities, it is unable to guarantee that these facilities are complying with applicable laws and regulations.

The number of facilities that received OAI classifications has declined over time.  The number of inspected facilities that received OAI classsficiations decreased from 614 in FY 204 to 283 in FY 2008.  The percentage of facilities that received OAI classifications also dropped from nearly 4 percent to nearly 2 percent during this 5-year period.  In addition, nearly three-quarters of the facilities that received OAI classifications in FY 2008 had a history of violations.  Two percent of facilities that received OAI classifications refused to grant FDA officials access to their records.

FDA took regulatory action againts 46 percent of the facilities with initial OAI classifications; for the remainder, FDA either lowered the classification or took no regulatory action.  In FY 2007, a total of 446 facilities initialy received OAI classifications.  FDA took regulatory action against 46 percent of these facilities.  For the remainder, FDA lowered the OAI classification for 29 percent and took no regulatory action for 25 percent.

For 36 percent of the facilities with OAI classifications in FY 2007, FDA took no additional steps to ensure that the violations were corrected.  In FY 2007, 280 facilities received OAI classifications that were not lowered by FDA.  For 36 percent of these facilities, FDA did not reinspect them within a year of the inspection or review other evidence provided by facilities to ensure that the violations were corrected.2

As can be gathered by the information above, the FDA has had an extremely questionable modus operandi for starters.  Their failure to act in many circumstances against violating facilities not only shows their lack of initiative to tackle issues that are imperative, but in addition also showcases the downright negligence to carry out their charter, which poses a great threat to the American public’s health.

The fact that the FDA does not also have the manpower to conduct its much needed operations is no excuse for the poor inspection performance either.

In addition to their lassitude in face of violations, the FDA has also undertaken a censorship operation in attacking walnuts, not only claiming they pose no health benefits, but also stating them to be “unapproved drugs.”3 In fact there is plentiful evidence that points to the contrary.Not only have walnuts been shown to help againts osteoporosis, but its also been shown to safeguard againts cancer.5

Now why would the FDA undertake a campaign against a food that helps fight cancer?  Was that just one case in which they attacked by ‘coincidence’ a beneficial food, or are there other examples of this?  Do they have an agenda we do not know about?  Is there additional evidence of this?  We will continue to ask questions and dig deeper into the FDA’s hazardous track record.

For now, always remember, healthy skepticism never hurt anybody.  And always make sure to do your research irrespective of topic – it can only be beneficial.

The choice is yours, always.

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Sources for this article:

[1] http://www.fda.gov/aboutfda/whatwedo/default.htm

[2] 63 Document’s The Government Does Not Want You To Read.  Jesse Ventura & Dick Russell.  Skyhorse Publishing.  New York.  2011.  p.146, 147, 148.

[3] http://www.naturalnews.com/029698_censorship_FDA.html

[4http://www.naturalnews.com/034951_walnuts_prostate_cancer_osteoporosis.html

[5] http://www.naturalnews.com/028584_walnuts_prostate_cancer.html

The Breakaway Guide To Big Medica – Doctors, Data & Disease

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“Probably as much as 75% of the medicine of sickness is unnecessary and its cost can be avoided.”
–  Ghislaine Lanctot

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By: Zy Marquiez
December 3, 2015

As a preamble to the following post, it must be said that this is definitely not directed at the hard working honest individuals within the medical industry. Countless nurses and doctors do good work, and some are my friends. There are however, antibiotic/vaccine pushing doctors and nurses that know better but whose moral compass is broken while simultaneously there also are profit-pushing CEOs of corporations, hospitals, and vaccine manufacturers that put profits before people, and that enables a system of disease to operate for maximum rewards. In this case, profits for disease. And the more profits there are, the more diseases increases, and that is exactly the kind of Orwellian scenario that is developing with nigh no end in sight.

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Many in the populace are quick to extol the virtues of Medical System, and although there are a lot of indelible achievements [lives extended, lives saved, etc.] accomplished more often than not, such is not always the case.

Latent deep within Big Medica, the finer details reveal certain issues that have not been reported much [if at all] by the mainstream media. As an example, how many people realize that prescriptions drugs are in fact 16,400% deadlier than terrorists?[1] An immediate reaction to such a statement by many would be something along the lines of ‘That’s preposterous!’, ‘Impossible!’. However, they truth would remain regardless what some wish to believe. Unfortunately, that is only the beginning.

Moreover, with prescription drugs being doled out at the tune of 4 Billion per annum , it’s no wonder that medications are injuring 1.5 Million people a year.[2][3] Not only are there 400,000 injuries that can be prevented each year at hospitals, but there are also 800,000 injuries that occur in long-term care facilities. Of all those, about 530,000 injuries occur to those that chose to use outpatient clinics and had Medicare.[4]

Interestingly enough, the fact that these mistakes result in an additional $3.5 Billion in extra medical costs does not pose much of an incentive for those interested in expanding the Medical System’s rising profits.[5][6] Amidst a medical establishment that is the most expensive in the world, it is extremely disturbing as this study by the Commonwealth Fund illustrates:

The U.S. fails to achieve better health outcomes than other countries, and as shown in the earlier editions, the U.S. is last or near last on dimensions of access, efficiency, and equity.”[7]

Knowing that, it is surely not shocking to see that our medical system really isn’t any better than a that of a third world country.[8]

Establishing those facts, perhaps it is time that people realize how flawed this ‘great’ [profits first, people second] system of medical care is in this country. Worst part is that among the current generation of women, their rate of death is actually in fact higher than that of their mothers.[9] That is one major reason why the US ranks 26th overall in the world in respect to life expectancy.[10]

With all this being known, what is a person to do? Take charge of your health for starters!

Do not live an inactive life, watching an average of 34 hours of TV per week, which limits your mobility since people just sit for hours on end and that ultimately decreases your lifespan.[11][12]

It is much better to be proactive, then reactive in life – your health is no exception. Even though many people know they should ‘eat healthy & exercise’, they seem not to care until something life-altering issue happens to them.

What are you going to do? Become a statistic? Or take control of your health?

The choice is yours, as always.

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Sources:

[1] http://www.naturalnews.com/009278.html
[2] http://www.naturalnews.com/037226_drug_prescriptions_medical_news_pills.html
[3] http://www.naturalnews.com/020515_drugs_drug_health.html
[4] ibid
[5] ibid
[6] http://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/116745-hospital-profits-raise-eyebrows-as-medical-costs-continue-to-soar
[7] http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-06-22/us-healthcare-snapshot-most-expensive-yet-worst-developed-world
[8] http://www.salon.com/2013/10/22/life_expectancy_in_america_rivals_third_world_partner/
[9] http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2013/10/us-women-are-dying-younger-than-their-mothers-and-no-one-knows-why/280259/
[10] http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/21/us-life-expectancy-oecd_n_4317367.html
[11] http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/americans-spend-34-hours-week-watching-tv-nielsen-numbers-article-1.1162285
[12] http://fitness.mercola.com/sites/fitness/archive/2014/10/17/walking-intermittent-movement.aspx