Editorial #2 - September 20, 2003
"Fake Research to Deliver Fake Evidence"
As the pharmaceutical companies, with government support, persist
in turning a biased eye to medical reality and persist in pouring
public money into dead-end avenues of research, then, considering
the huge resources and numbers of people involved, there can be
little doubt that this is because the interests of their concern
are not the public interests.
Given knowledge of what is at stake and the arrogance and pride
involved we need to accept that, because eating is so united with
and so basic to health, then our many health problems are bound
to a philosophic/cultural base. A base we now see is created by
deliberate design; they entice us to eat foods of poor nutritional
In other words our main health problems are caused by the ideology
that, by trickery and seduction, has imposed false values on a trusting
humanity. If truth is not put first in formation of our attitudes,
good turns to evil and love to destruction. Physical and social
sickness is imposed by the teaching a false biology as a base for
ideology that is planned and designed purposefully to achieve self-interest
As promised, here are two samples to include fake research, fake
promotion and fake reporting. I am limiting here to these two HSI
sample quotes because of time and also of space needed for meaningful
examples. I have read many such reports of recent years, not all
from HSI - we are led every which way but truth. You can see other
examples of professional deceit in our "Health Files"
past editorials, etc. This does not mean that doctors and educators
deliberately deceive us. It means that these, as we ourselves, are
deceived by teachings funded by Globalist money.
However there is a common thread in fake research, mass-media reporting
and professional promotion. First the testing is often done using
smaller then usual numbers of people; then the trial dose is less,
often much less than is known to be useful, third; the time taken
for the trial is usually shorter than needed. Last but not least
we find mass media reporting of the trial features only the negative.
It is made evident by the amount of misleading information that
'expert' groups are established to produce fake reports and public
The above features you will see are all features of the below reports.
For myself I took a 750 mg tablet of Ginkgo Biloba daily for about
a year as a health safeguard and it appeared to serve my general
health, I have clear arteries and mind.
Quotes from Health
Sciences Institute e-Alert
"August 21, 2003
Then & now
First - a quick
background check: Ginkgo Biloba is the oldest living tree species
- possibly as much as 200 million years old - and has been cultivated
in Asia for almost 5,000 years. Although the Ginkgo leaf was used
for many centuries to enhance memory and cognitive function, modern
research on the pharmacological value of GBE didn't begin until
the late 1950s when it was first concentrated into a standardized
extract by German scientists. In 1965 Ginkgo Biloba as we know it
today was introduced to the European market where it has been widely
used for more than 30 years to treat circulation problems, sexual
dysfunction, and cerebral disorders, including Alzheimer's disease.
In 2001, retail sales of Ginkgo Biloba in America alone totaled
came the report from researchers at Williams College in Williamstown,
Mass., who said their primary objective was to evaluate the memory
enhancing ability of Ginkgo Biloba in elderly adults. At the beginning
of the report they point out that some GBE supplement makers claim
that memory, attention, and related cognitive functions may improve
in as little as 4 weeks. Given the short length of the study, it
would seem that the researchers were specifically testing the claim
about how quickly results MIGHT be experienced by SOME people.
team tested 230 men and women, all over the age of 60. Half the
group received 40 mg of GBE 3 times per day, and the other half
received a placebo. Before, during, and after the trial period,
a series of tests were conducted to measure changes in memory, attention
and concentration. In addition, the researchers interviewed a spouse
or a caregiver of each subject to assess their impressions of changes
in cognitive abilities.
of the research are summed up with this comment: "These data
suggest that when taken following the manufacturer's instructions,
Ginkgo provides no measurable benefit in memory or related cognitive
function to adults with healthy cognitive function." And from
that comment, the media heard exactly 7 words -
"... Ginkgo provides no measurable benefit in memory... "
[Of 'healthy' subjects, Ed.]
- and the rush was on to shout the news with banner headlines: "Ginkgo
Supplements Don't Help Memory!" exclaimed MSNBC. "New
Study a Blow to Ginkgo's Reputation!" declared CNN. Reuters
Health, a slightly more reserved news outlet, used the word "suggests"
to temper the conclusion, but still ended up slamming the door with,
"Study Suggests Ginkgo Ineffective Memory Enhancer." No
matter how you read these headlines and their accompanying reports,
there is only one impression the average reader will come away with:
Ginkgo Biloba doesn't work. That would be your impression, that
is, unless you happened to know the truth.
Biloba can really do
In October of 1997 the Journal of the American Medical Association
reported on a study that tested Ginkgo Biloba against something
far more difficult than everyday memory functions - namely Alzheimer's
disease and dementia. In that study 309 patients were studied, and
the trial lasted 52 weeks - more than 8 times longer than the Williams
trial. The conclusion: Ginkgo Biloba is capable of stabilizing and
in many cases improving cognitive performance of demented patients.
That's right: it was shown to actually stop and even reverse the
onset of Alzheimer's.
here is clear: a six-week test is worthless - especially when it
involves a supplement that affects memory. And that should have
been the headline: "Effectiveness of Ginkgo Biloba Questioned
by Flawed and Pointless Study."
In the past
35 years there have been over 300 clinical trials of Ginkgo Biloba,
and the evidence from those trials is overwhelming: GBE's excellent
antioxidant qualities protect cells from free radical damage, and
GBE improves blood flow and oxygen supply to the brain and throughout
the body. For most people this results in improved cognitive abilities.
and medical professionals who use alternative treatments agree that
the recommended daily dosage of 120 mg of Ginkgo Biloba is too low.
Many suggest that the dosage should be 240 mg or more per day. But
almost certainly they would all agree that the most effective results
of a regimen of Ginkgo Biloba would be seen over a long period of
time, not just a month and a half.
Among the many
wise medical instructions that Hippocrates gave to modern medicine,
perhaps the wisest, and best known, was this: "First, do no
harm." I thought of this when I read the Williams study and
the news reports that followed. The researchers provided a study
that was misguided and irrelevant to the genuine usefulness of GBE.
That was the first harm. The second harm came when their "news"
was widely reported: Ginkgo Biloba does not improve memory. That's
the sound bite that will leave a lasting impression in the minds
of consumers. And once it's rung, it's very hard to un-ring the
media coverage of this topic may have drawn plenty of attention
and upped readership, but it did so at the cost of misinforming
[Now another extract from "HSI" sorry but this is convenient
for me and books could easily be filled with similar information.
Health Sciences Institute e-Alert
August 27, 2003
The pyramid I'm talking about, of course, is the USDA Food Guide
Pyramid, which illustrates federal dietary guidelines. Every five
years the guidelines are reevaluated and updated, and that process
is currently underway by representatives of the [US] Department
of Agriculture (USDA) and the Department of Health and Human Services
(HHS). [Sounds impressive doesn't it! Ed.]
Right now the
lobbyists for special interest groups within the food industry are
waiting to hear what the preliminary recommendations will be; ready
to apply pressure, influence, accommodations - whatever it takes
to help tip the recommendations to benefit their niche of an annual
$1.3 trillion industry.
Of course, anyone who looks to the USDA Food Pyramid for dietary
guidance is barking up the wrong pyramid.
For ten years
now, the base of the pyramid has been the "Bread, Cereal, Rice,
and Pasta Group" of foods, with the USDA recommending a whopping
6 to 11 servings each day from this group. And as we now know, this
is a perfect recipe for obesity.
In an interview
on ABC News, Walter Willett - chair of the department of nutrition
at the Harvard School of Public Health - pointed out that the idea
of carbohydrates being good and fats being bad is "not really
true." He added that this has been "known for 30 or 40
years." Known, perhaps, but for most of those years this idea
was widely vilified by the majority of nutritionists.
Last year, Mr.
Willet headed up a Harvard team that examined the dietary records
of more than 100,000 subjects in the Nurses' Health Study and Health
Professional's Follow-up Study. Willet's report (published in the
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition), concluded that diets considered
to be alternative to the high-carb/low-fat federal guidelines were
"associated with significant reductions in risk of major chronic
disease" including cardiovascular disease and cancer.
Of course, this
is just one of many studies that reveal how the government guidelines
have been guiding consumers to dietary disaster.
When the UDSA introduced the Food Guide Pyramid a little over 10
years ago, it was already widely speculated that lobbyists for the
wheat and grain industries were instrumental in establishing the
strong wheat-and-grain-based structure. As with the example of the
sugar lobby above, [Deleted for space. Ed.] it would appear that
corporate pressure prevailed and sound dietary advice took a back
So when the
new guidelines are announced in 2005, don't expect to see the result
of an unbiased assessment of recent dietary research, but rather
a compromise that government scientists and the lobbyists can all
live with - whether it's good for our health or not." End HIS
The above is just a small sample of what has been going on for years,
Globalists are robbing us of our intellectual capacity with a confusion
of false information designed to abort rational decision-making
- our human birthright! They train us to behave within the restraints
of common animals! They entice us to love unhealthy foods and lifestyles
and ban or discredit what is healthy under claim of a health service.
When we get sick they dose us with drugs that may give temporary
relief often at a cost of health damaging side effects: we now seem
unable to appreciate the enormity of it!
Human means human, any addition to the word adds impurity. A commune
means a small close-knit community; communism SUGGESTS a commune
based culture. We give ourselves titles to say that we support a
political party, sport or whatever but this does not mean we know
the rules or the forces manipulating the party, sport or whatever.
When we say we are humanists or support humanism that only means
we like to think that humanism promotes what is human or is a representation
of something that has supportive links with human. But humanism
is not human it is just a decoy, a substitute to mislead those who
seek to be human.
How can these humanists/globalists assume any right to ban or discourage
our use of any natural medication or any form of treatment or any
choice, even the most foolish? How can they have such contempt for
us when THEY have so conclusively demonstrated that they cannot,
or will not teach doctors how to reduce the plagues of sicknesses
that advance to destroy economic welfare and our health! Are they
not, of themselves, an atrocity - if not by their inhumanity then
by their incompetence?
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