Reporting from Grapevine, TX…
Upon writing, we’re on our way out of Grapevine, TX. Last week, you’ll recall, we attended The Truth About Cancer symposium.
Unfortunately, I’m far from alone when I say that I’ve personally lost family to cancer. Which is why this subject, once again, hits home.
Of course, there’s many layers to the story of cancer. Cancer isn’t just one thing. It’s multifaceted.
For that reason, there are many varying opinions on what cancer is and how it should be treated.
With that said, though, here’s what we’ve gathered from our notes…
Cancer is just a symptom of a larger problem. It’s a signal that something is wrong, and has been for a while. It’s a wake-up call.
It’s important to realize that cancer doesn’t just happen out of nowhere.
You have to very be sick to develop it. If your immune system is working properly, cancer is impossible.
But… if your immune system is weak. If your body has been toxic for long periods of time. If your emotional state has been out whack for a while. If you’re stressed out consistently for long periods of time.
That’s how cancer develops.
But there’s good news.
When it comes to cancer… you are not a victim.
Cancer is not a death sentence. And it shouldn’t be seen as such.
Self-empowerment through knowledge and ACTION is how to stay safe and healthy.
Unfortunately, our current sick-care system supports everything but self-empowerment.
Problem is, as you’ve probably suspected, there’s very little money in finding the cure for cancer. Or, for that matter, in empowering the patient to take control of his or her health. And there’s a lot of incentive in keeping real solutions to cancer a secret. Those who question and challenge the medical system from within are persecuted, called crazy and pushed out.
Which is precisely what happened, for example, to one speaker at the symposium, Dr. Gaston Cornu-Labat.
His story is all-too familiar…
In 2009, Dr. Cornu-Labat questioned the practices of his workplace at the time, Quincy Valley Medical Center in Quincy, WA.
He was shocked by the response from his superiors and colleagues. Rather than address his concerns about the corruption, malfeasance and blatant inefficiencies of the system, they attacked him. They spread rumors about him and questioned his sanity. All in an effort, it seemed, to push him out and keep all of the dirt under the rug.
Rather than solve the obvious problems which hindered the center from treating patients effectively, they attacked him and threatened to end his career.
This behavior, according to Dr. Cornu-Labat, is only a microcosm of the medical system at large.
“In general,” he said during his speech, “the medical industry and regulating agencies punish and even destroy all those who legitimately confront them and put in evidence the corruption that commonly plagues them.
“The law, justice system, and government agencies are not enough to address such pervasive interests and corruption. These tend to be part of the problem.”
Of course, this is nothing new. The American Medical Association, which has served more to monopolize the medical industry (not, contrary to popular thought, make it safer), has been, since its inception, anti-progress, anti-cure, and, ultimately, anti-life.
William Koch was an early victim of the AMA, when he refused to allow the AMA to monopolize his cancer treatment formulas.
Same with Rene Caisse, RN…
And same with Wilhelm Reich, who, whether you believe his (extremely) controversial theories or not, had every right to challenge the existing paradigms and speak out against the system. Moreover, the U.S. government had absolutely no right to destroy his books and publications simply because they didn’t agree with him.
The examples go on and on…
Fortunately, as I’ve seen with my own two eyes this past weekend, we seem to be entering a new paradigm of health. And, whether the current Statist Quo likes it or not, this new paradigm will make the Old Guard obsolete.
The tides, dear Laissez Faire Today reader, are turning.
Despite a constant wave of threats, those on the “fringes” of the healthcare community refuse to stay quiet. They’ve had enough.
They’re done accepting the current sick-care system as the only acceptable form of practice for the American people and, for that matter, humans all over the world.
The new paradigm of health comes down to two simple words…
The future of medicine’s foundation will be embedded in the idea that each individual has the power to take control of his or her own health. Moreover, it will be centered around the fact that we must allow the body to heal itself.
We must get out of the way… and stop sabotaging our own health with blanket top-down harmful intervention.
“Eventually,” Cornu-Labat said, “medicine will come to terms. Humanity will come to terms with the fact that healing comes from within. That us, the doctors, the clinics, and the medications are the ones that facilitate that process of healing, so it doesn’t belong to us. It belongs to you as a patient. My true role as a practitioner is to empower and facilitate that healing within.”
The time has come for a new paradigm.
Which is why, all week, we’ll be talking about what we uncovered in The Truth About Cancer symposium.
This week, you’ll discover…
Everything from the dangers of Monsanto’s glyphosate…
To the unbelievable atrocity being committed by YOUR local government…
You’ll see what many experts believe is the root causes of all dis-ease…
And you’ll also learn, most importantly, actionable ways to defeat the parasites which exist in your body and in your body poli-tick…
Moreover, I’m going to investigate the curious cases of unexplained holistic doctor deaths all over America…
It’s a wild ride.
And what’s on the other side of this journey, you ask?
The death of an industry which profits off the suffering of human beings. The end of a system which treats illness as a commodity. The eradication of parasitical creatures in your body and in your “higher” offices.
The death of cancer as we know it begins not with Big Pharma and the politicians who keep them fat and happy.
It begins with The Truth About Cancer.
And, most importantly, it begins with you.
Cancer is dead. Spread the message.
I’ll see you tomorrow.
Live long and prosper,
Managing editor, Laissez Faire Today