Day 232: Calling the Beast by it’s Name – Breast Cancer – Angelina Jolie’s double mastectomy – Day 17

Angelina Jolie’s double mastectomy is the buzz on the internet today. Some say she’s heroic, other’s are asking how heroic is it when one has the money to buy a network of the finest surgeons. Personally, I see her decision as a common one amongst those who, like her, have the Money to afford such an option.
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The truth is, having both breasts, or any member of one’s physical body removed, would have to be a completely horrifying experience. In my case, removal of both my breasts was suggested, but, having read years of research and cancer statistics, I was surprised to learn that there have been reports of an actual 4% increase in survival rate among those with cancer who went untreated.

We refer to the miracle of preventative medicine instead of pointing out the obvious truth about preventative medicine which is that there is No preventative medicine unless one has Alot of Money to purchase it.

And, actually, that’s all that preventative medicine is. It’s a Money-making machine that most of us only get to nibble on. So, what is so Heroic about being able to afford such an opportunity?

Dr. Hardin B. Jones, Ph.D., professor of medical physics and physiology at the University of California at Berkeley, and a recognized authority on cancer demography summarized the point this way:

“It is utter nonsense to claim that catching cancer symptoms early enough will increase the patient’s chances of survival. Not one medical scientist or study has proven that in any way. My studies have proved conclusively that untreated cancer victims actually live up to four times longer than treated individuals.”

So, from my perspective, I don’t see Angelina’s decision as heroic, but I do agree that there’s much from her story that we can learn from. We can take this opportunity to ask some important questions. Like how come only those who are able to afford the luxury of a $3000 cancer gene test get the chance to do so while the majority of us never will? And, how come we not only support these rich people to continue to afford such luxuries, but, how come we also refer to them as being a hero for being able to do so?

The fact still remains that there is more to cancer than the ‘cancer establishment’ and our ‘healthcare system’ would like us to acknowledge. One only have to educate themselves a little to be able to grasp the level of deception that exists therein.

Still, lung, stomach, liver, colon and breast cancer cause the most cancer deaths each year – which makes for a money-making business that cannot be denied..  We must ask ourselves how it is that we’ve been so completely brainwashed by the Healthcare Industry and the Pharmaceutical Industries, that we’ve willingly accepted traditional orthodox treatment – for many different reasons, but the biggest reason being that of Money, Profit and Greed.

We only have to follow the money trail to see who’s in charge and actually making our decisions for us. The insurance company will pay for our treatment with the approval of our healthcare provider.  I mean, what the hell!  We don’t really have a choice except the choice we’re given.   And more than not, we make our decisions to accept orthodox treatment because we scared as hell and we find comfort in following the patterns/choices of those who’ve gone before us, even if that choice, in the end, failed them.

I suggest we stop and reconsider the research and the findings about cancer and stop being so willing to walk the line because as history is proving, orthodox treatments are causing our physical body more harm than good.

And, let’s stop referring to people as being our hero, simply because they happen to have the money to afford that which very few can.

Let’s agree on a Solution that will be life-supportive for Everybody. Then, we won’t need to seek for hero’s,  because Life itself will be honored through our Giving as we would like to Receive.

Books to Read and Video’s to see about Cancer:

A World Without Cancer

One Answer to Cancer

Laetrile Case Histories


Suggested blogs to follow:
Creation Journey to Life
Heaven Journey to Life
Earth Journey to Life
Economist Journey to Life

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