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Re: FDA founded Non-Great article on dangers of fasting
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Re: FDA founded Non-Great article on dangers of fasting

As a final note.......
The National Council Against Health Fraud (NCAHF) who hosted the article on the dangers of fasting, is a dubiously funded organisation with a strong bias/prejudice against anything alternative, and which does not conform to the Mainstream model of healthcare.

Stephen Barrett, who is their main representative, and has lost more legal cases brought by him and this organisation against alternative therapies, than we've had hot dinners, is a "failed psychiatrist" and "failed MD"...............

The link/conspiracy of Rockefeller and Carnegie and the monopoly of the drug cartel, dates back to the "Flexner Report" of 1910
Flexner was John D. Rockefeller's "stool pigeon" in setting up the takeover of the entire medical school industry by Carnegie Foundation, which was a Rockefeller Foundation subsidiary at that time.......When you say "Carnegie Foundation", you're talking about something that has no substance. It's entirely under the domination of the Rockefellers. .................He (Abraham Flexner) did "The Flexner Report", and this changed the medical schools of the United States from homeopathic, naturopathic medicine, to allopathic medicine -- which was a German school of medicine which depended on the heavy use of drugs, radical surgery, and long hospital stays. That's what we've got today, allopathic medicine."---Eustace Mullins.

In other words, if the health school of the time (and there were many) didn't conform to the drug/surgery model of disease-treatment, it would not receive funding and would eventually close, leaving the Allopathic model (drug and surgery-based) to monopolize healthcare in the United States.

This is fascinating reading..............

The AMA (American Medical Association) the governing body of medical practice has continuously waged war on Chiropractic.........

Ad Infinitum.

Nothing has really changed.


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