Contemporary Medicine is a Disease
Dr. Andrew Weil is remarkable and shares some of the communication dynamics I talked about a month ago when it came to Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby’s attack on the autism community and defense of the use of mercury in vaccines. Dr. Weil starts out saying, “Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) is promoted online and elsewhere as a treatment for cancer. One rather bizarre theory behind this idea holds that cancer is actually caused by a yeast infection and that the sodium bicarbonate can kill the yeast and cure the cancer. This is nonsense. There is absolutely no scientific evidence to support this notion about yeast.”
Please pay attention to the use of words like “bizarre,” “actually,” “nonsense,” and “absolutely.” Strong words drawing a line in the sand and of course we are to believe the good doctor is standing on the right side and everyone who trusts and believes in Dr. Simoncini is nuts. Dr. Scott-Mumby used words in a similar manner and my confrontation of him drew heated fire back. I was told by my assistants that he hit back below the belt in such an ugly fashion they did not even want to show me.
Neither doctor had much to say scientifically; both merely attacked what they perceive as their opposition. Both resort to character attacks as we see below from Dr. Weil. “Although a small study published last year reported that oral bicarbonate may have a beneficial effect against cancer metastasis in mice, the concept that it can treat ‘cancer-causing yeast’ in human beings comes from an Italian physician who has written a book on the subject and promotes his views on a website and in various videos posted online. You should be aware that Italian authorities have revoked the medical license of this physician and that he has been convicted for wrongful death and swindling, but according to Cancer Treatment Watch he is appealing his conviction and continues to advocate his treatment.”
Many good doctors have their licenses taken away and that has “absolutely” no bearing on the truth of their work. In fact we know that medical authorities routinely go after those who rebel against the lockstep of pharmaceutical interests and usually they are the real heroes. In medicine the truth-teller loses their prestigious positions as Dr. Simoncini has suffered.
With just these few words, Dr. Weil dismisses the work of decades, not only of the good doctor from Rome but also of many doctors, emergency wards, dialysis centers, intensive care units, and patient testimony. Contemporary medicine is a disease and it is quite dismaying when those who we perceive as good guys defend that disease.
Three quarters of America’s physicians still take some kind of handouts from companies who want them to prescribe their medicine to their patients, according the study. - CBS News
Modern medicine is now totally dependent on a steady flow of lies and propaganda for its very survival. If the truth be told out loud in the mainstream press, the status quo consensus would collapse. Lying has become the expected norm in medicine. To tell the truth is now tainted and suspicious; the truth-teller is reviled as “putting on airs” of moral superiority, and they will be shunned and cut off by the liars around them.
In other industries you might call it a bribe, but when drug companies provide travel expenses, consulting fees and other goodies to doctors, it’s just called doing business. - CBS News
The American and world populations are being destroyed by orthodox medicine with the government and the media lying every step of the way. The United States of America has become the country of The Big Lie. Those who facilitate government and pharmaceutical lies are well rewarded, but anyone who tells any truth or expresses an impermissible opinion is excoriated and driven away. If we cannot trust what the government tells us about weapons of mass destruction, terrorist events, and the reasons for its wars and bailouts, can we trust the government’s medical officials at the CDC and the FDA? Apparently not.
The World Health Organization, in examining the health risks from exposure to the chemical bisphenol A (BPA), agreed that it would be “premature” to take any public health measures to regulate or ban the chemical.
A mark of our times is the medical gibberish passed off as logic—nonsense passed off as truth. These doctors have made public statements so glaringly unsubstantiated, so at variance with reality, it is almost as if they were broadcasting from another planet. And they get away with it for few have the gumption that I have to put my hand up in their virtual faces. They use the trappings of their medical authority—their academic degrees and the technocratic aspects of the subject matter have allowed them to repeat with impunity that two plus two equals one.
With bugs in baby formula, glass flakes in intravenous drugs and foul odors emanating from Lipitor and children’s Tylenol, a steady stream of high profile product recalls is undermining confidence in top drug makers. - Reuters
We have been living in a world so upside down that nonsense is feverishly worshiped, common sense is rejected as heresy, and anyone who dares challenge the status quo is attacked by troll-like acolytes wielding their technocrat credentials like clubs. Orthodox medicine is like a cancer on our planet. Wrong in its theories, wrong in its assurances, wrong in their predictions, and wrong in virtually everything they have done. Like a biological disease, allopathic pharmaceutical medicine needs to be contained and quarantined.
Yesterday I published a new essay and video on Dr. Simoncini’s work and in these past three years I have written a full length book and medical review on the use of sodium bicarbonate in medicine. The book is 120,000 words with 333 references and if one is to weigh in on an important subject to humanity, then one should dive deeply into one’s subject, something neither Drs. Weil nor Scott-Mumby have done when they attack medical practices or principles they seem to understand little of. One might not agree with every word I say in my bicarbonate book but only a complete idiot would ignore the overwhelming clinical and scientific evidence gathered for more than a hundred years about the important use of sodium bicarbonate in medicine.