Archive | October 6, 2013

Vernon Cured Himself from Prostate Cancer*

Vernon Cured Himself from Prostate Cancer*

Vernon Johnston, used baking soda and molasses as the driving force to recover from aggressive Stage 4 prostate cancer, which had even metastasized into his bone matter. As far as the medical establishment is concerned, you should never hear about this story.

His Brother’s Advice

After Vernon was diagnosed, Vernon’s brother Larry told him to work on raising his pH since cancer cannot thrive in a high or alkaline pH [environment]. Larry recommended cesium chloride to raise Vernon’s pH levels into a high alkaline level physiologically.

Vernon did not undergo any harmful orthodox treatments after he was diagnosed. That meant his alternative therapy would be more effective. He optimistically ordered the cesium chloride, but it got lost in the mail. So he frantically looked for another source of raising his pH level into the alkaline range.

That’s when he discovered the remedy of baking powder or bicarbonate of soda with maple syrup. Not having maple syrup in his kitchen, he decided to use the molasses that was handy. He was anxious to kill the cancer before it killed him.

Vernon’s Miraculous Results

Vernon recorded his daily treatment in a diary. His self applied treatment was the last phase of what he called his “dance with cancer”. The protocol he used included a good diet to promote alkalinity along with mineral and vitamin supplements, and lots of sunshine.

Vernon also practiced breathing exercises to assist the increased oxygenation initiated by the sudden pH rise from sodium bicarbonate. Anaerobic cancer cells cannot tolerate oxygen.

Cancer cells reportedly thrive on fermenting sugar instead of respirating oxygen for their survival. Maple syrup acts like a Trojan horse to allow high pH bicarbonate of soda to enter cancer cells and shock them with a sudden surge of alkalinity to oxygenate them and lead to their demise.

Molasses was all Vernon could use, but it worked and actually wound up creating a more solid mineral base for his nutritional support. Most experts recommend more than one protocol if one is doing it alone at home. Keep in mind that part of any alternative cancer therapy involves abstinence from processed foods and sugars – sugars especially fuel cancer growth.

After a few weeks, Vernon received a medical examination that confirmed his complete reversal of prostate and bone cancer. His 2008 story was written up in a local Anza area California newspaper, The Valley News in 2009. And yes, Vernon is still telling his story today.

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Principal of Australian Girls School Resigns Over Wi-Fi*

Principal of Australian Girls School Resigns Over Wi-Fi*

 

THE long-time principal of an exclusive Sydney girls’ school has quit due to health concerns over Wi-Fi radiation.

Dr Marie-Therese Gibson — who served for 19 years as principal of the Tangara School for Girls at Cherrybrook — resigned in July due to health problems she blames on Wi-Fi installed three years ago.

The school agreed to switch off the Wi-Fi in the administrative wing, but Dr Gibson said she suffered debilitating headaches when she visited other parts of the school.

“I gave the best part of my life to that school but I had to resign because I couldn’t exist in that environment,’’ she said yesterday.

“I realised as time went on I was getting sicker and sicker and couldn’t sleep at night.

“There were parts of the school I just couldn’t go into.

“I started getting strange headaches and tremendous fatigue, and I found I couldn’t think clearly.

“My thyroid is kaput and my body can’t make melatonin.’’

Dr Gibson said she believed schools should cable computers, or install switches to shut down Wi-Fi when not in use.

“Why should students be immersed in it for six or seven hours a day when they’re using it for one?’’ she said.

“It just doesn’t make sense to me.’’

The new principal of Tangara School for Girls, Katrina George, yesterday said she did not want to comment on the matter.

Dr Gibson has served on the executive of the NSW Association of Heads of Independent Girls’ Schools, and is on the board of the feminist think-tank Women’s Forum Australia.

Professor James McCaughan sit in his “Faraday Cage” at his home

A Sydney University physics lecturer, Dr James McCaughan, also quit his job in July after Wi-Fi exposure from smart phones in the lecture room “shut me down’’.

He said Wi-Fi on trains gave him a ringing in the ears.

“Different people react in different ways,’’ he said yesterday.

“It’s like when people go out in the sun, the fair skins come up with sunburn farm more quickly than people with olive skin.

“Once you’ve been stimulated (with EMF radiation) it doesn’t stop when you turn it off — your head is still ringing.’’

Dr McCaughan is building a “Faraday cage’’ around his home computer to shield him from electromagnetic emissions.

Australian Medical Association president Steve Hambleton yesterday said electromagnetic sensitivity was not recognised as an illness.

He said there was “no known mechanism’’ for Wi-Fi to damage DNA.

“We are not detecting increased rates of cancer,’’ he said.

“But if we can minimise exposure, even if we don’t think it is a problem, it’s probably a good idea.’’

Dr Geza Benke, who is part of the Monash University team involved in the global Mobi-Kids project, researching possible links between mobile phone use and brain tumours in children, yesterday said it was difficult to research electromagnetic sensitivity because the symptoms varied so much.

“Some of these people are really sick,’’ he said.

“They’re definitely ill.

“The question it comes down to is, is it exposure to EMF from mobile phone frequencies or is it some psychosomatic thing that stresses them and leads to the illness?’’

The director of the Australian Centre for Electromagnetic Bioeffects Research, Professor Rodney Croft, said there was “absolutely no evidence’’ of people suffering sensitivity to electromagnetic radiation.

“The research is well and truly in the court of it not having an effect, but people are still complaining,’’ he said.

“We need to understand this better so we can help them.’’

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Iran Shows Truth Wins Out!

Iran Shows Truth Wins Out

Rouhani The 68th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations

Big changes do happen…

PRESS TV: The engine for this dramatic change was Iran’s diplomatic thrust. Iranian President Dr. Hassan Rouhani delivered a speech to the assembly that enthralled those willing to listen while leaving detractors reeling from their own inadequacy.

Rouhani’s address was a paragon of rational argument that reinforced humane values of respect and equality.

Yet he laid blame firmly on the causes and protagonists of conflict, whether in Palestine, Iraq or Syria. In sum, the Iranian president rejected militarism and warmongering as an archaic blunt and immoral instrument, and he offered a hopeful way forward from conflict based unequivocally on equality and respect.

“Militarism and the recourse to violent and military means to subjugate others are failed examples of the perpetuation of old ways in new circumstances,” said Rouhani.

The bottom-line was that he successfully conveyed Iran is a peaceful nation that threatens no one, and is willing to join with others in creating a peaceful world, including the removal of all weapons of mass destruction.

American and Israeli warmongers were left grappling vainly for detractions.
“Iran has come here to cheat the world,” said an Israeli official, whose grudging sounded paranoid and fatuous.

The trouble for these American and Israeli warmongers and hate-filled psychopath politicians is that we now live in a world of instant global communications where ordinary people can hear the words of others without them being warped and poisoned.

Even the American mainstream media had to give the Iranian leader a fair hearing because, with many alternative sources of information to serve as verification, to not give a fair hearing would expose such media as disreputable agents of disinformation. With the traditional Western media’s credibility at an all-time low among the public, they can’t afford to lose any more respect.

But it was Rouhani’s personal style of calm reason and erudition that won the day. Anyone with an open mind had to be impressed by his cogent appeal for peace and a better world free of conflict.

“People all over the world are tired of war, violence and extremism. They hope for a change in the status quo,” he said, adding, “In recent years, a dominant voice has been repeatedly heard: ‘The military option is on the table.’ Against the backdrop of this illegal and ineffective contention, let me say loud and clear that ‘peace is within reach.’”

The only way to counter such reasonable politics is to resort to calumny and propaganda. But Rouhani had that covered too when he warned against those who create “imaginary enemies” and the fictitious “Iranian threat.”

The case for Iran to be treated with respect, without aggression, and to be allowed to avail of its national rights, including peaceful nuclear technology, resonates with world public opinion. People, and the American people in particular, are fed up with baseless aggression whether in the form of militarism abroad or, significantly, economic austerity at home. The significance is that people have made the structural connection between these two aberrations. People are realizing that their personal suffering is related to the way the rest of the world is suffering. It is the common condition of the bankrupt capitalist system and all its predations.

The days when the public could be misled by a warmongering elite are rapidly waning. People can see through the self-serving lies and fabrications and are intolerant of this obnoxious mindset. The people want a totally new arrangement of doing things, to overturn an economy based on exploitation and oppression and warmongering, to be replaced by a more ethical, efficient and equitable system, one that is democratic, not despotic.

In this past week, there was a profound sense of common ground for change, where Iran’s appeal was in synchronicity with international public opinion.

The contrast between Rouhani’s speech to the UN and US President Barack Obama’s was telling. The Iranian leader’s sentiments and aspirations seemed on the crest of a wave – the wider feelings of ordinary people all over the planet – while Obama sounded like someone left behind, thrashing around in a bygone era.

Rouhani listened to the other intently; whereas Obama cleared off from the assembly hall.

Obama’s speech was full of American self-importance and self-justification. It was a subjective parody of history and conflict in which the US is always portrayed as the “good guy.” Unlike Rouhani, Obama did not present supporting facts and objective rationale. It was a propaganda stunt to cover US militarism and illegal wars with a veneer of legitimacy.

Out of Obama’s mouth came not an appeal from the heart for absolute human equality and peace, but rather hackneyed propaganda to excuse US aggression and superiority towards the rest of the world.

“We will dismantle terrorist networks that threaten our people,” said Obama with earnest fakery that is so obvious now it is pathetic.

“Wherever possible, we will build the [terrorist] capacity of our partners, [dis] respect the sovereignty of nations, and work to address [promote] the root causes of terror. But when it’s necessary to defend the United States against [imaginary] terrorist attack, we will take direct action [mass murder].” (Words/letters in brackets added.)

All that and more from Obama is so anachronistic, old school now. What American people and the rest of the world realize more than ever is that the US under its bankrupt economic system does not have international relations. It has predatory, hegemonic instincts that fuel relentless massive violence – all for the enrichment of its banking and corporate elite.

And, what’s more, people realize the inextricable link between the US elite’s aggression abroad and its economic and police-state aggression at home.
The US president declared to the UN delegates, “The United States of America is prepared to use all elements of our power, including military force [state terrorism], to secure our [ruling elite’s] core interests [obscene capitalist profit].” (Words/letters in brackets added.)

In the past, such American blandishments and bluster may have been possible – but not any more. People everywhere across the globe can read what’s inside the parenthesis when official America speaks now.

And the people know the latter is a twisted mouthpiece to disguise destructive interests.

The appeal for reason by Iran is very much chiming with the people of the world. The American elite and their warmongering allies in Britain, France and Israel, among others, know that they are up against a powerful wave of reason and noble sentiment. That is why Obama had to abruptly swerve from the US war plan towards Syria and why the warmonger instincts have been tempered to try the diplomatic route.

US military power is still a dangerous force, especially at this historical juncture of economic collapse. War is therefore always a danger, and diplomacy, peace and justice are far from assured. But the people of Iran are finding a new ally – the rest of the world.

That is because the enemy is one and the same, destructive elitist system, and because the truth is winning out.

President Rouhani’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly

“Aggressive moves have been devastating almost nowhere in the world as grave as they have been in West of Asia and North of Africa,” he said.

“Military intervention in Afghanistan, Saddam Hussein’s imposed war against Iran, occupation of Kuwait, military intervention against Iraq and aggressive and suppressive behavior against the people of Palestine, assassination of political personalities and ordinary people in Iran and bomb explosions in regional countries like Iraq, Afghanistan and Lebanon are examples of the aggressive moves during the past three decades in this region,” the president noted.

“The way the oppressed people of Palestine are being treated is nothing but systematic aggression. The territory of Palestine is occupied. The basic rights of the Palestinians are catastrophically breached and they are deprived of (the right to) return to their home, their birth place, and access to motherland. The criminal acts observed against the innocent people of Palestine are putting on display materialized aggression in describing which the word apartheid is too weak a world,” President Rouhani added.

Focusing on Syria, Dr.Rouhani noted, “The human catastrophe in Syria is a painful sample of the catastrophic expansion of aggression and extremism in our region. Ever since the beginning of the crisis when some of the regional and international players began pouring weaponry and information and strengthening the extremist groups and militarizing that crisis, we emphasized that the Syrian crisis has no military solution.”

He added, “It is not possible to pursue strategic and expansionist objectives and disturb regional balances and equations by hiding behind humanitarian words.”

“The shared objective of the international community must be to put an end to the massacre of the innocent people. While denouncing any kind of use of chemical weapons, we welcome Syria’s acceptance of the chemical weapons ban convention and believe the extremist and terrorist groups access to these weapons is the greatest threat with which the region is faced and must be heeded,” said Dr.Rouhani.

“Meanwhile, illegal and incompetent resorting to threats, or use of force only leads to expansion of aggressions and crises in the region,” said the president.

He said that terrorism and killing the innocent people is the peak of extremism and aggression.

“Terrorism is a harsh nuisance that is all-encompassing and knows no borders. But meanwhile aggressions and extremism under the title of campaign against terrorism, including taking advantage of drones against innocent people, too, is condemned,” President Rouhani said.

President Rouhani said, “I have to speak about the assassination of the Iranian nuclear scientists here by the criminals. What was their crime for which they were targeted by the terrorists? The question we must ask the United Nations and the Security Council is whether the terrorists were condemned?”

“We should not forget millions of Iraqis who were harmed and killed by sanctions imposed on them under the legal guise prescribed by bodies and still a considerable number of them have to suffer throughout the world,” said President Rouhani.

President underlined that these sanctions are violent and they do not have smart or non-smart or unilateral or multilateral.

“These sanctions violate the inalienable human rights, including right to peace, right to development, right to access health, right to education and more importantly right to live,” President Rouhani said.

The Iranian president underlined that the outcome of these sanctions will be warmongering and destruction of humans.

“Iran is looking for solution to problems and not creating problems,” President Rouhani reiterated.

President Rouhani said that the flames of sanctions do not only affect the victims of sanctions, but it is also harmful for the economy and life of the people of the societies of the countries that have imposed sanctions.

“Let me point to Iran’s nuclear case, as Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution (Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei) has put it admitting Iran’s natural, legal and inalienable right is the easiest way to resolve this issue. This is not a political motto, but it is based on a deep knowledge of Iran’s nuclear technology, the international conditions … and the necessity for finding common goals and interests for reaching a common understanding and common security,’ he added.

The Iranian president said that in other words, Iran and other regional players should pursue two common objectives as two inseparable parts of political solution to Iran’s nuclear case.

“In these years a dominant voice has been heard repeatedly: “military option is on the table. But allow me today to say that instead peace is within reach. Therefore, in the name of the Islamic Republic of Iran and as a first step I propose the UN to put on its agenda the plan for ‘world against aggression and extremism,” President Rouhani said.

President Rouhani encouraged the entire countries, international organizations, and civil foundations to organize new efforts aimed at leading the world towards peace and security.

He underlined that Instead of the incompetent coalition for war in different parts of the world we need to concentrate on coalition for sustainable peace, throughout the world.

“Today the Islamic Republic of Iran is calling on you and on the entire international community to take a step forward; inviting the mankind against aggression and extremism. We must accept (responsibility) and open a horizon here today in which peace would replace war, understanding would replace aggression, advancement would replace bloodshed, justice would replace discrimination, welfare would replace poverty, and freedom would prevail all over the world instead of despotism,” said President Rouhani.

He recited a verse by the internationally renowned Iranian poet, Ferdowsi, who said: Try your best to do well; to be the harbinger of spring when you see chilly weather.

He said that despite the entire problems, I am deeply hopeful for a bright future.

“If there would be a global coalition against aggression and extremism, I would have no doubt that we would have a bright future before us. Moderate approach would brighten up the world. My hope, in addition to my personal and national experience, takes roots in the shared belief of the entire divine faiths that believe the eventual faith of the world is brightness and wellbeing of the mankind.”

President Rouhani ended his UN address reciting a holy Qur’anic verse:

{And We wrote in David’s Book that the blessed would be the inheritors of the Earth.}

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Italy’s Barefoot Mayor*

Italy’s Barefoot Mayor

 

It was June 2013, that the new mayor of Messina, Italy happened to be Renato Accorinti. Founder of the network, “NO Bridge” against the construction of the Messina Bridge, he was supported by a civic list which won him 52.86% of the votes.

Nothing on his website is in English so he definitely does not have his eyes cast on the global platform, which is just as well given the state of it. By all means and purposes, Renato seems only concerned for his home town, Messin that has a budget shortfall of €600 million ($812 million)..

Spiegel writes:

He is a physical education teacher, not a party politician, and he campaigned as part of a citizens’ movement called “Let us change Messina from the bottom up.” Anyone who accompanies him is astonished by his stamina, and by the southern Italians’ newfound enthusiasm for politics. He spent 40 years fighting for bike paths and human rights, and against the privatization of the water supply.

Now that Renato has opened Messina’s city hall to the public, families have begun camping out there to complain about the lack of accommodation in the city. He does what he can to offer people help, but it’s impossible to assist them all. As it is, Renato works 12 to 14 hours a day and sleeps only two to three hours. Renato often walks around barefoot.

Renato is anti-Mafia and unlike former corrupt Italian president, Bersculoni,  believes “A people that pays no protection money is a free people”.

Renato’s passion is to rebuild Messina from the bottom up!

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