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What Really Makes You Ill?: Why Everything You Thought You Knew About Disease Is Wrong (English Edition) eBook Kindle
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- ASIN : B082ZPVLZ5
- Idioma : Inglês
- Tamanho do arquivo : 1620 KB
- Leitura de texto : Habilitado
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- Número de páginas : 790 páginas
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A lot of work has gone into this book. I read about fifty percent and skim read the rest.The authors are very knowledgeable and fulfil what Jim Marrs described as the lack of "generalists" in tackling the world's big issues.
Is this book perfect ? Well I disagree with their take on nuclear power has being inevitably dangerous. In fact the authors themselves articulate well the carbon scammers, and I suggest the removal of nuclear power has been a NWO goal in order to make the misnamed "fossil" fuels the target for restriction; with of course all the Agenda 2030 ramifications. Just like the authors no doubt draw flak for quackery based on their "no germ" paradigm, I too might draw flak for my belief that nuclear weapons are a big hoax. So much so that I wrote about it....
One or two minor things I disagree with. They suggest "juicing", which I understand gives an unhealthy level of sugar in a drink that would contain less by volume of actual fruit eaten. I also disagree that health supplements not integral in fresh food are useless; I have used organic sulphur, and it has helped my arthritis tremendously. The authors might also consider "justifying" the text on their next revision - but a minor point.
This book could make you change the way you view the world.
Simon Smith, author of "Fake Aliens And The Phony Nuke World Order"
I was wrong and I'm here to admit it. My views on several major issues has been completely upended, not least concerning the Pandemic 2020 episode. There's so much information- all relevant though- with evidence backing up the points being made. I have to stop reading after a while, simply to take stock of what I've read.
The introduction gives an overview of the long book which I can't better. The first chapter destroys my received opinion that medicines make us better, that "science" drives research to combat the multitude of germs and viruses that are continually poised to attack us; and concentrated on finding the best, safest cure for any particular disease from among this multitude, the harassed doctors write their millions of prescriptions for us.
So, everything I thought about disease was wrong. I recognise Antoine Bechamp instead of Louis Pasteur and I have come across many well-intentioned people who were denigrated and their careers destroyed simply because they tried to say what's best for our health.
Big Pharma has made disease into a vast money-making industrial product which actually takes away our health making us dependent on their drugs, which are supposed to cure us but just keeps us dependent.
It took years of research to produce so much evidence and I'm grateful. I sincerely recommend this book to you.
I came across this great book by Dawn Lester and David Parker after hearing them on CRROW777RADIO.COM. They made their points eloquently, which impressed me greatly!
I definitely recommend this book!