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All your conspiracies in one place
on December 13, 2013
It's hard to believe there could be so many conspiracies going on at the same time in our modern age, but taken as a whole, there does seem to be a pattern that Ty Bollinger exposes for us. What I gathered from reading Bollinger's book, is that someone wants the human race ignorant, weak, passive and scared to death. Anyone who doesn't believe there's some sort of conspiracy against the human race(not all the walks in the guise of man is human) just plain isn't paying attention.
If you have Bollinger's book, you have access to just about all of our modern day conspiracies in one place, with all the resources listed at the end of each chapter. Starting off with the medical establishment and as hard as it is to believe, M.D.s were once had to play second fiddle to herbalists and chiropractors(both of which have few side-effects), until today modern medicine rules.
Exert from the book. "According to my friend, Dr. Robert J. Bowen, M.D., . . . "In my humble opinion, the best way to improve the health of the nation is to cease visiting conventional doctors ANYTHING at all except emergency conditions. Statins are a scam. Treating for blood pressure when systolic is less than 160 has no significant benefit. Most vaccines are a total sham and highly toxic. You can replace most pain pill with natural substances avoiding burning a hole in your gut with NSAID chemicals. And adult diabetes is totally curable with diet and exercise. Back surgery has a 50% 'make you worse' rate, most knee arthroscopy is worthless in the long run, and cancer-screening treatment is a total catastrophe." pg. 43
And let's not forget doctors in the 1950s telling us that cigarettes were good for us. The statistic of reported yearly deaths from medical error if 120,000 compared to 44,000 deaths by automobile. Does this mean that we're better off on the roads than in a hospital?
There's a chapter on chemtrails, those lines in the sky that jets make. Are they really just innocent vapor clouds or something far worse?
Another chapter takes on the theory of germs which I'd always assumed was gospel fact. Instead I learned that "Pasteur's contemporary, Antoine Beauchamp . . .he hypothesized that disease arises from microbes within the cells of the body. He believed that microbes can go through diverse stages of growth and they can mutate into various forms within their life cycles. in other words he believed that microbes were 'pleomorphic"(many forms)." pg. 74
In other words, when a body becomes unbalanced through lack of sleep, good food, stress etc. the 'germs' take over to eat up the dying, decomposing cells. This explains why some people get sick when exposed to the same germs while other never get the disease. I've heard the same for cancer. We all have cancerous germs inside us but as long as our immune system is strong we never get sick. I can't even imagine how much better our health would be if we concentrated on boosting our immune systems instead of trying to kill every germ that attacks us as if the germ were the cause and not our unhealthy bodies.
Learn the truth about cholesterol before taking a medicine that might give you cancer, liver dysfunction, thyroid dysfunction and a myriad of other side effects.
Learn the truth about the 'war on terror', or the 'war on cancer', what fluoride really does to your body(seriously, when was the last time the government put something in our water to save us from something? Cavities? Really? How about putting B vitamins in the water?) We put up with drugs in our water, one of our most basic needs, yet we tell our children to just say no.
Of course there's a very thorough chapter on the death of John F. Kennedy, something we still haven't come to terms with 50 years later. And what about Flight 93 on 9/11? Just a big hole in the ground and tiny pieces of debris? Plane crashes are messy. Bollinger shows a side-by-side picture of the Delta Flight 191 crash scene and the Flight 93 crash site. They look nothing alike.
Bollinger provides pictures, sources, and an easy to read commentary on each conspiracy he exposes. This is a great book to leave out on the coffee table when guests come over. You'll have a lively conversation going that could last days.