Thursday, September 29, 2011

Talk About Strange!

Here is something very funny about people. I suppose it depends on where in the world you live, but here in the United States of America most of the people are brainwashed to believe that some magical man named Jesus was born some 2000+ years ago and he was able to do things nobody can do, all the way to actually dying and then coming back to life.

If you don't think that is strange or weird, then you must be one of the ones who are brainwashed. Any logical sane person who has any sense at all can see that the stories about Jesus are basically made up fairytales. Nobody who was born a human has ever died and came back to life. Still the vast majority of people here not only believe the nonsense about their religion(s) but they even try to make others believe what they believe.

The truly amazing thing is that few of these people who really believe in these crazy stories about their religion don't believe that the human body, their own body is capable of healing itself. They all seem to believe that the only way to heal their ills is by seeing a doctor or a nurse and then taking some prescribed medicine to heal themselves. The body would never be able to heal without the intervention of medicine and doctors.

If I meet someone who is suffering terribly with easy to reverse lifestyle diseases such as diabetes and the like and I explained to them that they need to modify their lifetsyle in order to reverse their disease, they look at me as if I am a crazy fool. The next day they will sit in a building where a man will get up in front of them and say that Jesus came back to life for them and they won't have a second thought that everything they said was 100% true.

How on earth can things ever return to the way they were when humans lived according to the laws of nature?

Monday, September 19, 2011

Definition of Irony

It's been a while since I last posted here but with the change in season which is due this week I thought it was time to ad to this blog.

I was just surfing around online and I found this site: here which is a large company in Israel which manufactures home soda pop machines. Their first page has a big reference to the Susan G Koman charity. They say that they support this charity.

The Susan G Koman charity is to support the fight against breast cancer. Most everybody on this planet will agree that this is a good cause. People who follow my blog and who understand natural hygiene know that this entire idea about fighting cancer is complete bogus.

As I mentioned in other posts, cancer is the natural reaction of the body to the terrible treatment that it is getting from it's owner. In fact getting cancer from overindulging in toxins is like getting pregnant from having unprotected sexual intercourse. Why on earth would someone want to fight getting pregnant from unprotected sexual intercourse?

It's the way the body was designed to react to this behavior. Cancer is the same, it is the way the body tries to protect itsef from further harm. It is the last defense. There is no point in trying to fight this, that is why there was never a cure to cancer and there will never be one.

The only way to fight cancer is to avoid getting it. Similarly we can avoid pregnancy by avoiding getting pregnant. This would be by abstaining from sexual relations or to use some proven prevention method such as condoms or other forms.

The entire pretext of the Susan G Koman foundation is already way out of touch with reality but one of the known causes of cancer, including breast cancer is the use or artificial additives and processed foods. Soda is probably one of the main culprits in this area. Women who drink lots of soda probably are at a higher risk of getting breast cancer than those who do not indulge in this terrible habit but with all other behaviors being equal.

Having a company that sells a product to make soda in the home sponsoring the Susan G Koman foundation is like McDonald's having a hospital for Children, wait a minute, McDonald's does have a hospital for children...so it's not as farfetched as you think. Another analogy is the tobacco companies contributing to the lung foundation.

This is total lunacy and a huge irony. This is the world that we live in!