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  1. F-16

    Cancer isn't real

    Cancer is the sign of the Zodiac, ♋, the crab, which is sometimes associated with pain and suffering: to a doctor, something to be inflicted, not to be relieved. Sometimes certain cells of a tissue or organ in the human body do mutate, grow into a tumor, and metastasize. So that process, which the doctors describe when they talk about "cancer," is more or less, in a very narrow technical sense, true. But the treatment and the prognosis delivered by the medical quack cancer industry are wrong. When doctors say that cancer is "malignant," they are simply saying that it is "evil." It is simply a mis-named medical condition. It is not evil. It just is. The doctors are exhibiting a phenomenon known as "transference" when they call cancer "malignant," i.e. evil. There is nothing malignant like one human who willfully and intentionally causes harm to another human. When a doctor delivers a prognosis, that is actually a death threat, usually premeditated murder carried out covertly under a false guise of some medical symptom or disease. Ionizing radiation makes people sick and makes their hair fall out. So-called "chemotherapy" makes people sick and makes their hair fall out. These are not, and never have been, the characteristics of a true cure or treatment for any disease of mankind. When a human is unhurt, it is said that not one hair of his head is harmed. The medical quack doctors who prescribe harmful ionizing radiation or toxic chemotherapy are inflicting a symbolic pain and suffering under a certain astrological sign. It is abundantly clear that they have no intention whatsoever of relieving suffering or prolonging life in their pursuit of pecuniary gain.
  2. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2018/05/10/a-soldier-needed-an-ear-transplant-doctors-grew-a-new-one-in-her-arm/ >>> Two years ago, Army Pvt. Shamika Burrage ... There is too much emphasis on full name and rank. Right off the bat, at the start of the article. There is a certain kind of "newsboy rank" about this article that really stinks. Chinese author? U.S. Army private, emphasis on the Pvt.? >>>“first of its kind” in the Army Nope. It's been done before. >>>The total ear reconstruction involved doctors carving a new ear out of cartilage harvested from Burrage’s ribs, the statement said. The ear was then placed under her forearm skin to let it grow. ¶The procedure is one of the most complicated ear constructions in the United States, according to an ABC News report, and allows for the formation of new blood vessels in the cartilage. The whole thing is a lot more complicated than it needs to be, and it doesn't need to take two years, either. There is something really, really sick about how these doctors go about their business. You know what the real problem about this is? This is from the Holy Bible, Luke 22, the story of the betrayal of Jesus. Someone associated with the doc thought he was Saint Peter and cut off that girl's ear unnecessarily, and now the doc thinks he's Jesus Himself since he can touch it and make it all better. 47And while he yet spake, behold a multitude, and he that was called Judas, one of the twelve, went before them, and drew near unto Jesus to kiss him. 48But Jesus said unto him, Judas, betrayest thou the Son of man with a kiss? 49When they which were about him saw what would follow, they said unto him, Lord, shall we smite with the sword? 50And one of them smote the servant of the high priest, and cut off his right ear. 51And Jesus answered and said, Suffer ye thus far. And he touched his ear, and healed him. 52Then Jesus said unto the chief priests, and captains of the temple, and the elders, which were come to him, Be ye come out, as against a thief, with swords and staves? 53When I was daily with you in the temple, ye stretched forth no hands against me: but this is your hour, and the power of darkness.
  3. This Rare Eye Cancer Is Affecting Young Women In Two Small US Towns About Ocular Melanoma Friends From 2 States Diagnosed With Rare Eye Cancer: How To Know If You Are At Risk Of Ocular Melanoma Friends? Err, let's just say lesbians. One of them was dumped by some other girlfriend, and now both their eyes are being stabbed out secretly with needles and knives. A woman pulling the Samson-and-Delilah trick on another woman. You've seen those dykes with their heads shaved. Next thing you know they're wearing thick glasses if they aren't totally blind, and they've been committed to the insane asylum or some state mental hospital to boot. All because they refused to eat some other woman out, or dumped her for a different group of friends. It ain't cancer, and it ain't rare, either.
  4. https://psyarxiv.com/8vesf/ Pathways to conspiracy: the social and linguistic precursors of involvement in Reddit's conspiracy theory forum Colin Klein Peter Clutton Adam Dunn Created on: January 17, 2018 | Last edited: January 18, 2018 Guns are banned, so be on the lookout for these folks, especially on a conspiracy site. They are causing a lot of trouble and grief. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5724570/ Curr Dir Psychol Sci. 2017 Dec; 26(6): 538–542. Published online 2017 Dec 7. doi: 10.1177/0963721417718261 PMCID: PMC5724570 PMID: 29276345 The Psychology of Conspiracy Theories Karen M. Douglas Robbie M. Sutton Aleksandra Cichocka http://sciencenordic.com/secrets-and-lies-psychology-conspiracy-theories Secrets and lies: The psychology of conspiracy theories November 24, 2017 - 06:25 Belief in conspiracy theories can influence politics, health, the environment, and even job satisfaction. So what makes people believe them and what can we do about it? Keywords: Researcher Zone, Science and Cocktails Professor Karen Douglas, University of Kent, UK Guns are banned, and that is at least seven head shrinks with very recent papers on conspiracy theories who have been browsing sites like this. Guns are banned and it's time to put out this psychiatric fire.
  5. Cheap, widely available drug could stop thousands of mothers bleeding to death https://www.theguardian.com/science/2017/apr/26/cheap-widely-available-drug-could-stop-thousands-of-mothers-bleeding-to-death-tranexamic-acid Well, well, smart-ass docs, be that as it may, if you weren't shooting those ladies up with all that coumadin rat poison and feeding them such high doses of aspirin and ibuprofen, they wouldn't be bleeding to death in the first place.
  6. Umm, yes, you know what I mean... They cut part of it off when you are born, and then they sell you pills and shots to make it bigger. Levitra, Cialis, Viagra, anabolic steroids, black market, "grey market," maple-leaf Canadian Ffaarmacies, "natural" food markets, etc., etc. .. This just goes far beyond civil malpractice and even criminal quackery. The only solution to this problem is war. Total, all-out, nuclear war. And as those doctors have so conveniently prepared the means of their own recompense, so let them die in the very gas chambers which they have prepared for their patients, and let their bodies be burned in the very crematories where they have "discouraged" a respectful burial of the dead for alleged reasons of public health. Don't you think some of those doctors went to school too long and corrupted themselves in their frat houses?
  7. Stinger XX

    No juice < 1 yr

    No fruit juice for kids under 1, pediatricians advise http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/22/health/fruit-juice-kids-recommendation/ Bad idea. Fruits and vegetables are essential food groups, and kids need to be weaned off their mothers' milk. They say "not good for the teeth," but that's a lie because especially vitamin C is necessary to prevent scurvy and loss of bone and tooth. They said this about honey, too, for different reasons. I think that's a lie, too. Sugar in moderation for small children.
  8. Chelsea Manning to remain on active duty in Army and receive health care after prison release http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/chelsea-manning-remain-active-army-prison-release-article-1.3165427 >>>If Manning’s appeal of her court-martial conviction is denied, she could be dishonorably discharged and lose her health benefits.<<< I seriously doubt that appeal will hold up. Trump is furious, and meanwhile, "health benefits" for the rest of us in the United States consist, for the most part exclusively, of mandatory circumcision of baby boys; mandatory tooth-pulling, especially the removal of wisdom teeth; mandatory mental health treatment; and mandatory drug treatment. None of these health benefits, which are all that we as members of the general non-military public are able to obtain in the United States, are being provided in good faith, (bona fide,) by medical doctors of the current health care regime. No. All we have in America is "Jew" health care, imposed by white nationalists, national socialists, social democrats, and bootlegging republicans. No. We can't say "Nazis." That's a dirty word.
  9. I just donated blood, and I am calling for an emergency halt on blood donations. The red-light district questionnaire has gotten out of hand. Have you ever had sex with another male? Have you ever been pregnant? Have you ever had sexual contact with someone who has had the Zika virus? Another male? Other than the one by whom you got pregnant? The Zika STD? Holy shit! If you [bunch of legal mumbo-jumbo] HIV [or yet more legal mumbo-jumbo] AIDS, you may be charged with a FELONY in California for donating blood. If you've ever been arrested or charged with HIV or AIDS, regardless of the disposition of the charge, (positive or negative,) it is a California felony to donate blood, regardless of the state where you donated the blood. Run! Get out of here! Go away!
  10. http://www.newsweek.com/psychedelic-drugs-lsd-ketamine-brain-higher-consciousness-586076 "Anil Seth, co-director of the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science at the University of Sussex in southern England" "Robin Carhart-Harris" (U.K.) "In his study, published in 2016, scientists gave participants doses of LSD, ketamine and psilocybin." "David Nutt, a neuropsychopharmacologist from Imperial College London" >>> Psychedelic drugs such as LSD and ketamine cause the brain to enter a “higher state of consciousness,” according to scientists. For the first time, a new study has showed the diversity of brain activity increasing as a result of taking these drugs. Scientists say the findings could lead to new treatments for mental health conditions, including depression and schizophrenia—as well as answering fundamental questions about our conscious experience. <<< >>> “What we’re doing in this study is trying to understand what’s happening in the brain… and [what] may in turn have a therapeutic effect,” Seth says. “These studies of the effects of psychedelic drugs has only just really restarted after many years in the wilderness.” <<< The names sound unusual to me. "Robin" is very outdated as a man's name. "Seth" is from the days of Cain and Abel; the first name is Indian. Nutt? That guy's just plain nuts if he's prescribing LSD, ketamine, and psilocybin, and he thinks I'm going to believe that's his real name. Some of those people in the U.S. government are starting to acquire or assume some unusual names, as well. Jefferson Sessions? His real family name, or too many "sessions" with a mental health therapist? His use of a family name as his first name? Chelsea Manning? There's something odd with this one, too. I can't quite place my finger on it. Almost a subtle threatening hint for other MtF transgender, "Come on, dude, like you just need to man up." The name Manning also shows up with a military connection as a co-author of a government conspiracy book, "Angels don't play this HAARP." (UAF and Eielson AFB have really played that one up for all its worth.)
  11. Stinger XX

    The prostate scam

    http://www.philly.com/philly/health/topics/HealthDay721185_20170411_Many_Docs_Don_t_Discuss_Prostate_Cancer_Screening_Pros_and_Cons.html Prostate screening pros and cons: If this is a non-invasive test, why are there any "cons" to talk about except the cost? These articles are not even claiming that the cost of the test itself is unreasonable. If there are true non-monetary "cons" to the prostate screening tests, then these are in reality the "cons" of the medical treatment that may possibly be undertaken in response to the results of the test. One conclusion is that these "cons" amount to unnecessary surgeries and unnecessary radiation therapy, with drastic and catastrophic lifelong consequences of sexual impotence and urinary incontinence. A further conclusion is that the criminally poor judgment exhibited by these doctors should bar them from access to nuclear technologies of any kind in this day and age of terrorism.
  12. Stinger XX

    Naked Witnesses

    FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, 660 S Mesa Hills Blvd, El Paso, TX EL PASO COSMETIC SURGERY, 651 S Mesa Hills Blvd, El Paso, TX, "The Science of Beauty" Verbatim from flashing street sign: EL PASO COSMETIC SURGERY CALL TO SCHEDULE 351-1116 VOLUMA XC $590 syringe ULTRA XC $520 syringe ULTRA PLUS XC $560 syringe Pucker Up VOLBELLA $360 syringe kybella $590 vial $990 / 2 vials sculptra $650 vial $1200 2 vials Botox Cosmetic $480 3 sites Forehead Giabella Crowsfeet Facelift 25% off LASER Hair removal 50% off Non-VIP Members mira Dry $990 FRAXEL $2500 4 Treatments IPL MONDAY $175 Individual face treatment Facial Tuesday Full Facials $125 Botox Cosmetic 50% off Wedensday Individual injection site 2 Site Max THURSDAY Tattoo Removal 50% off Individual treatment Brow Lift / Chin Up FRIDAY $250 Purchase both $400 Active/ Deep Fx $1200 single treatment Facelift 25% off Cellfina 25% off coolsculpting 15% off images flashing on sign are exclusively of mixed-race Caucasian/Hispanic female bodies. This is really, really bad, and something is really, really off with it. And as usual, right in the face of law enforcement. Please don't tell me those in the Witness Protection Program need facials on Tuesdays and Botox on Wednesdays.