For those who remember the Central Park Jogger case in April of 1989,this film will prove very interesting. The word "wilding" was introduced after a 28-year-old woman was attacked and raped in the park, and beaten within an inch of her life. She was found at 1:30 a.m., covered in mud and blood, in hemorrhagic shock and with tremendous brain injury; arriving at Metropolitan Hospital, she was unrecognizable as "human." Amazingly, she survived, and began an arduous path of recovery which is outlined in the fantastic book (please read it), I Am the Central Park Jogger (2003) by Trisha Meili.
Martin Boyle Artist: Bad Dreams & Lies of Glyphosate
Artist Martin Boyle sent this to me, with the message:This print, part of an art exhibition titled "A State of Mind," held by the Boston Printmakers, of which I am a member. It was inspired by your podcasts and others I listen to on Youtube. I am appalled by the poisoning of our food. The print is my first overtly political art work. (Click on image for enlargement.)
A private detective in Washington, D.C., investigating the unsolved murder last year of DNC staffer Seth Rich, claims to know who leaked Democrats’ emails—and it is not Russia …
From American Free Press reporter John Friend: "New evidence and public testimony is being offered to further substantiate claims that Seth Rich, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) staffer who was mysteriously murdered in Washington, D.C. late last year, provided damaging information to WikiLeaks—not Russia—in an effort to expose corruption in the Democratic Party during the 2016 presidential campaign." Read the rest here.
Strange and disturbing. For decades scientists have posited that "young blood" can reverse the symptoms of aging such as loss of memory, and [improve] muscle function and metabolism. ... Paypal co-founder Peter Thiel is one of the prominent personalities fueling the buzz around how blood transfusions may help fight aging. He told Inc. he finds the mice studies involving parabiosis to be "really interesting." ... Entrepreneur Jesse Karmazin launched Ambrosia in 2016, focusing on bringing the concept of "young blood" to human beings... For $8,000, you will receive 1.5 liters of plasma from a donor between the ages of 16 and 25... So-called "vampire facelifts" are another phenomenon born out of the potential rejuvenating power of blood.
Stanislaw Burzynski, MD. Ph.D. has rattled conventional medicine with his treatment of cancer patients with antineoplaston therapy,with very impressive results. Dr. Burzynski, a biochemist and medical doctor originally from Poland, is something of a genius. He maintains that healthy people have certain tumor-attacking biological materials (in the form of certain genes) that are switched on, and people with cancer are lackingin these active (i.e., switched on) genes. By transferring these active genes (antineoplastons) into cancer patients, their chances of recovery greatly improve. Listen to Dr. Glidden's introduction for more information, and the interview:
Note:For those who are trying to reconcile the differences between what Dr. Burzynski says (cancer is due to gene mutation) and what Dr. Bush (see videos below) says (there is no disease, only failure of health/body), try replacing the word "disease" as Dr. Burzynski uses it with "failure." Cancer, he says, is caused by sick genes in all sorts of combinations: "Cancer is a group of hundreds of thousands of different diseases." Individuals' bodies fail in any combination of ways, thus cancer is different from patient to patient, no matter what kind it is.
Watch the full documentary,Burzynski: Cancer is Serious Business