That might sound like pessimistic, conspiratorial thinking but it’s the same conclusion that anyone should reach when they learn the facts about cancer, the profiteering of the cancer industry, along with the bane of bad science that wastes billions of taxpayer dollars while millions of souls suffer.
But this book is not all depressing, hope-crushing black pills. It, in fact, is good news and full of practical evidence-backed advice that should empower anyone worried about cancer. The pharmaceutical-hospital industrial complex would prefer that every one of us live in constant anxiety with the sword of Damocles of a cancer diagnosis ever dangling over our heads, learning the truth about cancer, as angry as it might make you, assuages much existential angst.
Like so many, cancer has impacted my family
My younger brother struggled with osteosarcoma for years and it ultimately cost him his leg. While my family was held in suspense for years, I held this nagging suspicion that cancer was a scam. I didn’t doubt that cancer was very real but my brother was a healthy 17-year-old when he was diagnosed. I wondered why a healthy young person would get cancer and why couldn’t all this astoundingly expensive medical treatment beat it in a more humane manner than chemotherapy and pumping my brother full of weird drugs.
After enduring this collective trauma, some of my family members are still in this state of cognitive dissonance about cancer because they just can’t countenance the thought that maybe we were victims of a tremendous fraud — they want to believe that doctors did the right thing and saved my brother’s life. The author of this book was not as fortunate as my family, his mother died unnecessarily of cancer, which eventually motivated him to obsessively research and uncover the ghastly but empowering truth about cancer.
The Specter of the Cancer Epidemic
I find it extraordinarily difficult to believe that after spending $500 billion dollars on cancer research since 1970, the cancer establishment has come up with literally nothing useful for preventing or curing the disease. If it’s true, then they are incompetent and their astonishing lack of advancement is undoubtedly the most spectacular failure in human history. But if cures or effective treatments have been systematically suppressed from the public, then their actions are criminal in nature and blood from over 530 million people could be on their hands. (p. 9).
There is no money in a cure. Why would an industry that generates over $125 billion dollars a year put itself out of business? It wouldn’t. (p. 10)
The American Cancer Society estimates that almost half of everybody alive today will develop cancer at some point in their lives, and the World Health Organization predicts a 50% rise in cancer diagnosis’ by the year 2020. (p. 12)
The Surgery Sham
This is how the cancer nightmare starts, your doctor or an oncologist runs a “preventative” early detection scan and a tiny tumor shows up. They tell you “Bad news you have cancer, but good news, we caught it early and we need to get you into surgery ASAP to get it removed!” What they don’t tell you is that cancer surgery promotes metastasis (growth of cancer)…
Cancer metastasis is the primary cause of most cancer deaths, and yet the public remains almost completely unaware that surgical removal of a tumor has been known to cause cancer metastasis for over 100 years. (p. 23)
in 1974, after a US congressional report estimated that 2.4 million unnecessary surgeries were performed every year, killing nearly 12,000 patients. (p. 19)
Australia’s top surgeon Dr. Ian Harris says that many commonly-performed operations of today “are no better than placebo.” (p. 20)
Dr. Krokowski wrote, “… manipulation of the tumor, such as severe palpation, biopsy or surgery, results in a sudden increase of the number of tumor cells released into the blood circulation.” (pp. 23–24)
“It should be forbidden and severely punished to remove cancer by cutting, burning, cautery and other fiendish tortures,” wrote 15th century renaissance physician Paracelsus. (pp. 13–14)
“I do not despair of carcinoma being cured somewhere in the future, but this blessed achievement will, I believe, never be wrought by the knife of the surgeon.”
- Dr. Hayes Agnew (1818–1892)
Cancer surgery splashes a multitude of cancer cells outside of where they isolate allowing them to take hold elsewhere in the body.
The Curse of Chemotherapy
A study published in The Lancet in 1980 found that of 78 patients who received chemotherapy, survival “was no better than that of the 80 who did not receive chemotherapy.” Furthermore, regression of tumors was found to have no impact on survival and, “survival may even have been shortened in some patients given chemotherapy,” the study reports. (p. 38)
Dr. Abel pronounced that despite new and increasingly expensive poisons being used during chemotherapy, “patients do not live a day longer” than they did 25 years prior. Overall worldwide chemotherapy success rates he said were “appalling,” and that “for most internal cancers no proof exists that chemotherapy, especially the increasingly high dose variety, increases life expectancy or improves quality of life.” Dr. Abel estimated at least 80% of chemotherapy administered throughout the world is completely worthless. (pp. 38–39)
A group of Australian scientists published a study in 2004 suggesting that far more than just 80% of chemotherapy administered is worthless. During a follow-up with cancer patients 5-years after receiving chemotherapy, the researchers determined that only 2.1% of patients in the US and 2.3% of patients in Australia were still alive — exposing chemotherapy’s astonishing 98% failure rate. (p. 39)
By shrinking the initial tumor mass, chemotherapy deceives doctors into thinking patients are benefitting from the treatment, when in actuality, the growth and spread of cancer are being accelerated by it. (p. 39)
“As a chemist trained to interpret data, it is incomprehensible to me that physicians can ignore the clear evidence that chemotherapy does much, much more harm than good.”
- Alan Nixon, Ph.D., Past President of The American Chemical Society
“To sell chemotherapy as a ‘therapy’ is most likely the biggest deceit in the history of medicine. Whoever masterminded this chemo-torture deserves a monument in hell.”
- Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer, M.D.
Anyone who has ever had a loved one suffer through chemotherapy knows just how awful it is and they also know that often there’s a resurgence of cancer after the chemotherapy. The book exhaustively lists the significant long term negative effects of chemo — it’s just an awful risk-reward tradeoff, if I had cancer I would refuse chemo, implement the alternative cancer therapies and have some faith in my immune system to beat the cancer. I’m a Christian, I believe I’m going to a better place when I die, I’d rather bet my odds of meeting my maker on my immune system than on tortuous chemotherapy.
This is another common cancer treatment, Radiotherapy is the equivalent of your own personal Chernobyl treatment…
In fact, the largest and most comprehensive mortality study on the Chernobyl disaster to date, which included data from over 1000 published studies and over 5000 internet and printed publications, concluded that between the years 1986 and 2004, the radioactivity released by this event caused 985,000 deaths, mostly from cancer. (pp. 53–54)
“the tumour gets more than 40,000 mSv [millisieverts] [millisieverts] and the peripheral healthy tissue as much as 20,000 mSv — that is five times the fatal dose experienced by some Chernobyl workers.” In other words, if radiotherapy doses weren’t spread out over the course of a month or longer, every patient receiving it would die instantly. (p. 54)
“Cancer arises when the DNA in cells is damaged, but the cells are not killed. Higher radiation doses are more likely to kill cells outright. So the lower doses are disproportionately carcinogenic,” explains scientist Dr. Chris Busby. (p. 83)
The long term consequence of radiotherapy
“Indeed, young patients treated with chemotherapy and especially radiation therapy are at high risk of developing secondary cancers. Chemo-radiotherapy appears to also increase more significantly the risk.” What’s more, the risk of secondary cancers developing later in life is even greater for those treated during childhood; “Risks of radiation-related cancer are greatest for those exposed early in life, and these risks appear to persist throughout life.” (pp. 58–59)
Apparently, the mitochondrial Nootropic Methylene Blue which I tried has an effect mitigating the risk of radiotherapy
Lowering nitric oxide levels (for example, by supplementing with an inexpensive, medicinal blue dye called methylene blue) can ‘switch off’ bystander effects and halt the self-perpetuating cycle of damage. (pp. 61–62)
“Early detection saves lives”
This is something you’ve heard before, perhaps from your doctor.
‘Early detection saves lives’ is a marketing strategy used to motivate people who have no signs or symptoms of cancer, to undergo regular screening for cancer. (p. 71)
Mammograms (breast cancer detection scans) are largely a scam. As your intuition might suggest, blasting boobs with radiation regularly eventually causes cancer.
Over the course of 10 mammograms, women in the United States have between a 58–77% chance of being falsely diagnosed with breast cancer. Another study found that for women with multiple breast cancer risk factors, like a strong family history, prolonged use of the contraceptive pill, etc. — the ones most strongly urged to have annual mammograms — the 10-year cumulative risk of being falsely diagnosed is “as high as 100 percent.” (p. 79)
The Malmö study included over 40,000 women to determine whether repeated mammographic screening reduces mortality from breast cancer. At an average follow-up of 9 years, results showed that in women under the age of 55 who underwent mammography screening, breast cancer deaths increased by 29%. (p. 106)
Cancer scans cause cancer
Dr. Bross concluded that medical radiation in the form of diagnostic medical x-rays was the main cause of the rising rates of leukemia. (p. 84)
The most significant conclusion made by Dr. Gofman after a lifetime of investigation into the biological effects of low-dose x-ray radiation was that accumulated radiation exposure from medical diagnostics is the main cause of over 50% of cancer deaths, 60% of heart disease deaths and over 80% of breast cancer deaths in the United States. (p. 85)
The Prostate Cancer cure is non-intervention
The most astounding thing about the worldwide trillion-dollar prostate cancer industry is that, even without treatment, almost no men diagnosed with prostate cancer will die from the disease. In 1992, researchers followed up with untreated prostate cancer patients 10 years after they were diagnosed to determine their rate of survival. Results showed that only 8.5% of patients had died of prostate cancer. Some of the patients died of other causes but the overall survival rate of untreated prostate cancer patients at 10 years was almost 90%. (p. 100)
Because of the misuse of a simple test, millions of men have been shelling out $20,000-$50,000 or more for treatments that have left them impotent and having to wear diapers — sometimes for the rest of their lives — all to treat a ‘cancer’ that was never even a threat. (p. 101)
The Cellphone-Cancer Connection
Published in the journal Bioelectromagnetics, Pall found that microwave and even extra-low frequency (ELF) radiation — the kind emitted from cell phones and other wireless devices — both induce nitric oxide synthesis. This suggests that both non-ionizing microwave and ELF radiation will have some of the same effects as ionizing radiation. And indeed, there is abundant evidence within the scientific literature associating cell phone use with cancer; (p. 62)
People will call you a silly conspiracy theorist if you think cellphones cause cancer, but given the mounting evidence, you should reconsider that your cellphone is a totally benign piece of technology. I don’t think I’m going to get rid of my smartphone, my life just depends upon it so much, but I don’t hold my phone up to my head when I speak on it and I don’t carry it in my pocket all day long. I’ll be reviewing Dr. Mercola’s upcoming book, EMF*D and will share the recommended biohacks for mitigating EMF risks.
What should we do about cancer?
There’s ample evidence that mainstream cancer treatments increase the risk of death. What should we do about the threat of cancer? What should you do if you have cancer?
A growing body of experiments conducted by forward-thinking scientists are showing that when we avoid harming the body with destructive treatments, many cancers may ultimately undergo spontaneous regression. (pp. 102–103)
A number of studies have suggested that spontaneous regression is mediated by the body’s immune system; “Analysis of the regressing tumors revealed heavy infiltration by T lymphocytes as compared to non-regressing tumors,” concluded scientists from Kuwait University in 2005. (pp. 104–105)
Given that only about 2 percent of patients survive 5-years following chemotherapy, simply by rejecting harmful orthodox cancer treatments, survival rates can be increased by 5-times, 10-times, even 25-times. Now, imagine the prospect of survival if the rejection of orthodox cancer treatments is accompanied by the use of medicines that are both safe and effective. (p. 105)
A crucial question to ask your doctor when they propose any intervention, especially a surgical one, is…
What evidence do you have that doing this procedure to me is better than not doing it to me?
Or you could ask: Knowing what you know from experience would you undergo this cancer treatment if you were in my position? Would you want your loved ones subjected to this treatment? A lot of doctors won’t lie to your face when asked this. They’ll give you some frank feedback.
Counter-intuitively the best thing to do if you have cancer often is nothing, according to Dr. Hardin B. Jones, professor of medical physics at the University of California, Berkeley and leading US cancer statistician for over 30 year
“My studies have proved conclusively that untreated cancer victims live up to four times longer than treated individuals. If one has cancer and opts to do nothing at all, he will live longer and feel better than if he undergoes radiation, chemotherapy or surgery, other than when used in immediate life-threatening situations.” (p. 107)
It should go without saying that the best way to beat cancer is to prevent it. If you don’t have cancer now, practice long term thinking and take evidence-backed steps to avoid it — which is what biohackers are all about, like preppers we are all about making investments and sacrificing comfort now so we can avoid great suffering and death in the future.
Check out my deep-dive article, Biohacking Prevention and implement as much as possible.
Biohacking Prevention — Limitless Mindset
By Jonathan Roseland Connect There’s an astounding difference in the cost of preventing common chronic illnesses and…
In a future article or podcast, I’ll examine more closely the evidence for or against the different alternative cancer treatments and “cures”.
Evil is at the root of the Cancer Epidemic
For most of us, the idea of murdering over 100 million people for the sake of profit is incomprehensible. Scientists analyzing this bewildering psychology for a number of decades have come to the conclusion that higher social class “predicts increased unethical behavior.” A 2012 review on the subject noted that upper-class individuals were more likely to break the law, steal, lie, endorse unethical behavior and cheat to increase their chances of winning a prize. With a $35 billion dollar annual ‘prize’ at stake for the tobacco industry, perhaps now we can begin to understand the motivation behind their dreadful conduct, and also why the cancer industry — with its $125 billion dollar annual ‘prize’ — might be guilty of similar crimes. (p. 90)
a 2015 study found that between the years 1995 to 2013, the average launch price of new cancer drugs increased by an average of $8,500 (10%) per year. Some of the newest cancer drugs can cost patients over $150,000 USD for one year of treatment. (pp. 90–91)
The monstrous $126 billion dollar cancer industry, hell-bent on preserving its profits at any cost, continues its murderous rampage to this day. The mind of the beast wells up with excitement at the thought of 50% of all human beings alive being one day diagnosed with cancer. Only an informed population of people, willing to stand up for themselves and make their own health decisions, can put an end to the cancer industry’s reign of terror. (p. 110)
I talk with my wife about these morbid redpill topics; communism masked as liberalism, vaccination, the sickcare-pharmaceutical industrial complex, corporations destroying the environment, the depopulation agenda, the military-industrial complex, etc and she’s astounded that people could be evil enough to perpetrate such vast suffering on their fellow human beings.
Are vast numbers of doctors, scientists, corporate executives, and politicians just these sadists who get off on human suffering? Or are the libertarians right and is all this evil in the world just because of bad systemic incentives?
I think the systemic evil running the world is more complicated than that. Most doctors, scientists, corporate executives, and politicians are probably decent people and in their hearts, they probably want human thriving not suffering. So why is there so much evil in the world? I think it’s essentially because our society is comprised of layer after layer of bureaucracy, organized irresponsibility.
- Elite Sadists — At the tip of the pyramid of society I believe there are genuinely evil sadistic psychopaths who enjoy human suffering. You can find ample evidence that the top 1% of the 1% are involved in very weird satanic religion and occultic practice, watch some documentaries about the British Royal Family, for example, these people are clearly not Christians, and they are not atheists, they are devotees of a hidden, mysterious and exclusive religion that most people would find repulsive — and it seems to drive them to do some pretty deranged things. The super elites also seem to share a belief that there are too many humans, that humans are a virus killing the earth that needs to be eradicated. The super elites are also very enthusiastic about transhumanism, about a world where they won’t need us to work in their factories and farm their food.
- The Power Addicted — Below them on the pyramid you have a vast number of wealthy elites; corporate executives, politicians, celebrities, and even clergy who are addicted to power and prestige the way an addict is addicted to heroin. Think of the BP execs who caused the 2010 Deepwater Horizon catastrophe and ensuing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. They know that what they are doing is wrong and hurting people but they need their drug. If they told the world the truth, they would lose a fortune but more importantly to them they would be ashamed and embarrassed before the entire world. They probably go to sleep every night with a very heavy conscience. They manufacture shallow yet compelling moral narratives around their work to justify it “Everyone should be equal,” “Vaccines are safe and effective,” “Diversity is our strength,” and “We’re spreading democracy” among others.
Between the second and third steps of the pyramid, you would find ambitious scientists who suspect that the cancer research they are working on is pointless bad science, but they are $150,000 in student loan debt and can’t afford to challenge their bosses about wasting tax-payer funds.
- The Useful Idiots — This odious group is comprised of media personalities, middle managers and apathetic government bureaucrats who perpetuate the lies and enact bad policy. Think of the make-up embellished propagandists on the nightly news who urge you to vaccinate your children. They are often of lower intelligence and are promoted into their position because they won’t question orders from upper management. They are just doing a job and they don’t care enough to find out the truth.
- The Bullshit Believers — At the bottom of the pyramid of evil is many very decent people who you regularly interact with that just don’t have the time, inclination or innate intelligence to explore and see through the lies. A moral narrative invented by those high above in the pyramid appeals to their biases and they ignore evidence of an alternative and deeply troubling hypothesis. They actually believe that they are doing something good. A lot of cancer doctors and frontline healthcare workers probably fall into this group, they are overworked, stressed and they just want to believe that they are saving lives instead of ruining them.
We consistently find the most monstrous and systemic evil most concentrated around the most statist industries, around the crony capitalists who are in bed with big government. Think of “healthcare”, banking and finance, along with the military-industrial complex. The libertarians are right about at least one thing, the problem is the state — the bigger the government, the bigger the evil — because governments are naturally anti-meritocratic and loathe accountability. The smaller or more local a government is the more skin in the game a decision-maker has. The larger and more federal government is the more organized irresponsibility allows and perpetuates evil.
“Everyone should know that the ‘war on cancer’ is largely a fraud.”
- Linus Pauling, PhD, Two Time Nobel Prize Winner
The author concludes
My mother never died of cancer. She was murdered for profit by an industry that cares more about making money than saving lives. (p. 110)
This is one book I’d recommend everyone read because cancer touches all of our lives, but it doesn’t have to. It’s a shorter book which you can read in a few days that concisely summarizes the science and lets people know what they need to know about cancer.
I’m not a doctor, medical professional or trained therapist. I’m a researcher and pragmatic biohacking practitioner exercising free speech to share evidence as I find it. I make no claims. Please practice skepticism and rational critical thinking. You should consult a professional about any serious decisions that you might make about your health.