Global Skywatch

You want the brain tumor to just go away?

The dreaded, crushing words, “Inoperable brain tumor” are in modern medicine a death sentence. However, people who step outside the AMA box have had startling “good luck”. Before I would let them have their way with radiation treatments that sometimes work when they don’t kill the patient, I would be researching alternatives. My first step is always to use an Internet search engine whose results are not rigged. Unlike the 800-pound-gorilla of websearch and information technology, DuckDuckGo does not censor, slant results, or add every search you make to a dossier with your name on it. So go to DuckDuckGo and ask, “inoperable brain tumor shrinks” or something like that. In the results you already know what mainstream AMA medicine […]

3-D printed air car plans – $300

I have an idea for a new business. I need a little help from the federal government, but this is going to be worth it. My business model says I’ll sell 4 million of these plans. Income = $1,200,000,000. I’ll send 20% to key politicians “for campaign finances”. Outgo = $240,000,000. They will create a special “Air Car Court” to deal with any claims or liability issues that arrise. Because it is so hard to estimate, you understand. If my cars fail to fly, crash a lot, kill a lot of people … ya’know all that stuff that can’t be helped… we will have a special court that understands the situation, can cover the costs by printing money, and can […]

news potpourri

I have an accumulation of interesting articles and links that just have not been given the time and attention to become complete posts here. It is time for some house-cleaning of those links before they get old. Here is the down payment on that project. More later. TTFN ———————————————————————————— FEINSTEIN ASSAULT WEAPON BAN OF 2019 [EXPLAINED] This horrible harpy is back with her favorite project: preventing honorable people from defending themselves from dishonorable, totalitarian governments. The Armalite Rifle platform (AR-15, AR-10) is now far and away the most popular design in the USofA with hundreds of producers offering every quality and option anyone could imagine. Interestingly, its use in crime is almost unheard of; statistically near zero. Protecting us is […]

phone weapons

In yesterday’s post (screens are killing kids) I touched a bit on the damage cell phones are doing to kids. The study I linked to did not place the blame on the microwave cooking of brain cells. It left open many other possibilities. However, looking around the unfettered Internet finds stacks of evidence that is mostly suppressed in USofA lamestream media.   Today I take you a bit deeper into the subject with three links and several graphics. There is A LOT more information if you go looking.  Almost none of it is good news for cell phone users.    The Hidden Dangers of Cell Phone Radiation George Carlo, PhD, JD, is an epidemiologist and medical scientist who, from 1993 to […]

Cannabis: A Lost History

The DEA, Drug Enforcement Agency, is a construct that was conjured-up to squash political opposition and enrich friends of the rulers. I want you to read the following article and watch the video with the DEA’s proclamation regarding cannabis in mind. Schedule I Schedule I drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse. Some examples of Schedule I drugs are: heroin, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), marijuana (cannabis), 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (ecstasy), methaqualone, and peyote The movie, by the way, is GREAT! It is an hour long. Set aside that time as if it were a Hollywood entertainment flick. You will be rewarded with something much, much better. While I knew […]

Conventional Medical Care Kills More People Than Heart Disease or Cancer

      Story at-a-glance The top 10 leading causes of death cost the U.S. economy $1.1 trillion, including not only direct medical care but also the indirect loss of productivity Conventional medical care was not listed as a top cause of death, even though research points to adverse drug reactions, medical errors, hospital-acquired infections, unnecessary procedures and other consequences of modern medicine as a leading cause of death Many of the leading causes of death, including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and even infectious diseases like the flu can be warded off by a healthy lifestyle; imagine the lowered death toll, not to mention costs to the economy, if more people decided to take control of their health By […]

AMA – be careful who you trust

The American Medical Association (AMA), founded in 1847 and incorporated in 1897 The AMA has also supported changes in medical malpractice law to limit damage awards Between 1998 and 2011, the AMA spent $264 million on lobbyists, second only to the American Chamber of Commerce. The AMA supported the War on Drugs, providing a medical rationale to clamp down on marijuana-use in the 1990s. —————————————————— True history: The AMA (American Medical Association) was built on racketeering and the pocketing of ‘non-profit’ profits (NaturalNews) The year is 1847. Physicians in America are not enjoying competing with inexpensive, natural remedies, which are offered by Indians and skilled midwives. These are remedies which are very effective but are not profitable, nor patentable, so […]

Only the cancer industry wants to make it hard to cure

For the wealthy, money trumps value. Query DUCKDUCKGO with “cancer is a billion dollar industry”. The top results are not pretty. But you would be a dang fool to trust Big Pharma with your cancer problem. Answers exist, just don’t go ask “your doctor”. The Cancer Industry is Too Prosperous to Allow a Cure The 20 Biggest Cancer Lies You’ve Been Brainwashed to Believe … Cancer Is A Multi-billion Dollar Business . Chemotherapy and radiotherapy cause side effects. They may even cause new cancers, … but a thriving industry … Cancer insider: “This is a 20 billion dollar per year … Yep. Thanks to henrymakow.com. Confessions of a Cancer Industry Insider August 14, 2011 Twenty Year Veteran: “This is a […]

Universal Health Care in Canada

A Colossal Government Failure by Lee Friday Tom Kent was the senior government policy person in Canada when the Medical Care Act was passed in 1966. He described the government’s objective: The aim of public policy was quite clearly and simply … to make sure that people could get care when it was needed without regard to other considerations. After half a century, the government has still not honoured its commitment, and its performance declines with each passing year, despite increased spending. Furthermore, the government made it illegal for citizens to pay private parties for the health care which the government fails to provide. Waiting, Waiting, Waiting for a Doctor According to a Fraser Institute survey, for medically necessary […]

scientists found autism’s cause

The source of this article is: https://jbhandleyblog.com/home/2018/4/1/international2018 The formatting there will be better than my copy here. What I add to the conversation is the Globalist Angle. I have little doubt that these scientists are correct in their research and associations, but they are biologists, not political scientists. Were we to put the two fields of expertise together we would find that the ruling elite is better served by autistic serfs and families burdened by supporting autistic family members than by whole, strong and independent un-poisoned individuals. This is Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World playing out 85 years after it was published. Mainstream overlooking the causes of autism is not accidental. I encourage you to shift your thinking from “How […]

Bitterroot chiropractor

There may be others like him, but I have not met one close. My family and I have taken advantage of chiropractors for 35 years … with great success, always with provable results, well worth their fees. Dr. Daniel Wolf, D.C. 217 North Third Street #A Hamilton, Montana 363-1790 Stands head and shoulders above all of them. He is refreshingly practical, pragmatic, honorable and extremely affordable. All that while delivering great results time after time. Most noticeable differences: He is the office staff. He has ONE equipped treatment room rather than a collection of gadgets He has never recommended or scheduled return visits. You will know when to come back. Give me a call. He charges a quarter of the […]

to your health

Here is another collection of links. I had been saving each and every one for further review and sharing by themselves. This morning two thirds of my chicken flock went to a new home. There were too many for our existing facility. That is similar to my saved-up links: too many to get the individual attention they deserve. In no particular order, linked headlines with small exerpts: Niko niko pace – the gentle path to success Niko niko running is a Japanese concept pioneered by researcher dr Hiroaki Tanaka in his book ‘Slow jogging’ from 2016 (not a title destined to sell many copies in Europe or America but I decided to buy it anyway). Hiroaki Tanaka formalised his system […]

You went to the doctor, didn’t you?

I broke a rib a week ago. This morning I answered my son’s question something like this: In the 50s doctors would diagnose a broken rib, then wrap the chest supposedly to stabilize the break for healing. The broken rib(s) would then heal in an unnaturally compressed position out of alignment with the other ribs. Today they do not do anything … well, they send you for a photograph of the break, then advise you, “If it hurts, don’t do it”, while prescribing pain killing drugs so you can abuse your broken bone and delay the healing. Two hundred dollars worth of help I do not need. Which reminds me of people going to THE DOCTOR for flu, cold, sniffles […]

price signals

Decisions, decisions… How does one decide between the Porsche Macan and Subaru wagon? Go to work, or go play golf? Be an artist or accountant? Leave our lights on or turn them off? Many options we choose in life have a monetary factor. The phrase “with cost no object” is always used in rhetorical questions. The real world thrusts cost/benefit at us regularly. In my household, we choose to pay for quality food as diet is one of the most important factors in health. Meanwhile, AMA training spends zero hours on diet and thousands of hours studying pharmaceuticals. We pay out of our own pockets for chiropractors, herbalists, essential oil therapies, reference libraries and medical kits. We would not […]