Health Problems of people I know (the real pandemic)

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I made a list of people I know who died or are suffering now: It's a real pandemic

7 - diabetes, many had a stroke, two lost their voice, one had a leg amputated
7 - cancer four died
3 - alzheimers spent their last years in a care home
2 - parkinsons
1 - heart surgery

(these people probably cost $1 million to taxpayers)

Now let's see what our "health" experts are saying
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VACCINES VACCINES VACCINES - she never shuts up about vaccines.

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He forced a vaccine database on all BC schools - that's all he did so far.

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She is only concerned about one thing - vaccines. Sickening.

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She did two things. Pushing Vaccines, and she threw a pastor in jail.

Do you see the pattern here? People I know are dying from cancer and diabetes, or they get alzheimers or parkinsons, and spend ten years as a vegetable, or they get heart surgery, and the government health experts are paid by big pharma to shove vaccines down the throats of our sickly population.

Am I the only one that finds this disgusting?

We need someone like me in government that will MAKE CANADA HEALTHY AGAIN.


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I especially want to thank everyone who has protected themselves from COVID-19 by getting vaccinated,” said Susan Brown, Interior Health president and CEO..... while nearly every VAXXED NHL and NBA player got covid.
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Thinktank wrote: We need someone like me in government that will MAKE CANADA HEALTHY AGAIN...
I will be watching for your name in the next Federal election Thinktank
btw which political party or will you run as independent.


My condolences to those people you know Thinktank
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The longer you live chances are the more crap you need to dodge to continue living.
Life expectancy in the early 1900's was about 50 and increased steadily since,now it's 80 thanks to modern medicine.
Think of how many deaths avoided by vaccines, antibiotics, insulin alone is huge.

There's cancers today that would've been a death sentence 30yrs ago, diabetes is more manageable, even some heart procedures are considered routine in smaller hospitals

The futures uncertain you can choke on a pretzel and whether it's cancer, heart disease, diabetes, kidneys,liver etc getting 5, 10, 20 yrs by todays medicine is *bleep* 'n incredible gift whereas in the early 1900's you'd likely just drop dead at 50 or have to suffer needlessly.
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jimmy4321 wrote: ...now it's 80 thanks to modern medicine.
Big Pharma had absolutely nothing to do with it - other than we would have lived to a hundred if not for big pharma.
It's good sanitation and nutrition that made so many people live past ninety, (how many died in their sixties to average 80?) and it's bad nutrition and vaccines and big pharma that is the reason children won't live as long as their parents.

- Hunzas and Okinawans who stay away from doctors live to a hundred. We aren't.
I especially want to thank everyone who has protected themselves from COVID-19 by getting vaccinated,” said Susan Brown, Interior Health president and CEO..... while nearly every VAXXED NHL and NBA player got covid.
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It's 2021, "health" is a subjective term, it's definitions are open, broad and are variable depending on who has been appointed as "health expert". Not to make light of the suffering of those you know, but when most of the public is willing to accept that society at large has always been plagued with these conditions, only now Scientism™ is so advanced that doctors can better diagnose the condition (common Autism trope), you have to laugh.

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I have several family members in their high 80's, 90's, a few over a 100.

One thing in common. Diet, Moderation, Zero meds. save for a half Bayer Aspirin every A.M.

Hmmm.

I'll go with what has been proven to me over time from my ancestors, thanks.
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Longevity, barring accidental death, is genetic. So most of what's on this thread is total bunk. You could be in perfect health, do all the right things, and then be hit by a genetic disorder mid-life. Take the drugs and live or don't take them and waste away and die. Only the people who haven't experienced anything like that are the ones that spout tripe. Sure, some people have a death wish by the lifestyles they lead, but many don't have the choice.
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Randall T wrote:Longevity, barring accidental death, is genetic. So most of what's on this thread is total bunk. You could be in perfect health, do all the right things, and then be hit by a genetic disorder mid-life. Take the drugs and live or don't take them and waste away and die. Only the people who haven't experienced anything like that are the ones that spout tripe. Sure, some people have a death wish by the lifestyles they lead, but many don't have the choice.
Complete cop-out. It's been known for well over 100 years that many of the choices we make have genetic consequences that are felt many generations down the line. So hiding behind the "it's all genetics" trope is lazy and only benefits modern industry. You're right in that many of these conditions are beyond our control since you can't fix issues that were caused by the diet or activities of our parents or grandparents, but we can start making better decisions now to fix genetic damage and correct the trajectory for our kids and grandkids. These pictures were from a 1920s study on traditional vs modern diet in tribal groups around the world. These pictures are from neighboring African tribes, one who's diet was made up of traditional foods and the other who based their diet off of mainly mass produced grains and ate much less of the traditional food that their ancestors did. Within 2 generations, the group that set aside their traditional diet for the ease of the modern one were plagued with dental and skeletal problems. This also holds true for chronic conditions like cancer, heart disease, alzheimers, diabetes etc. Our health decisions we make today effect our genetics and have a ripple effect into future generations. The wisest and healthiest cultures make decisions with the perspective of what the implications of their decisions will be seven generations down the line.
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I find that if you are not in to taking medication, the health professionals dismiss you - it's like they think that you ASKING to be sick then.......

If you have a condition and DON'T take meds, you should still be able to be SEEN by a specialist for info and not just TREATED by them.......it's like keeping you medicated, keeps you a repeatable (and billable) patient - so refusing meds is a bad stain.

I want INFO first.....then meds, if needed.

I have been MED FREE since 2009 for Multiple Sclerosis......

I take a med for thyroid (as I don't have one, and medication is a necessity now) and HIGH CBD oil.....not the recreational stuff, the medical grade stuff that is super expensive (and has been life changing).

So - yes - HEALTH PROBLEMS.....add Mental Health to that too.......seeing a specialist not to DIAGNOSE, but to be able to offer help - just being able to TALK to someone for less than $120 a hour would be a helpful start....not asking them to work for free, but *instert-brainstorming-ideas* maybe a co-op program with students or something? I don't know.....but there are ideas out there.........
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Thinktank wrote: Mar 14th, 2021, 7:21 am 7 - cancer four died
Make it five.

So let's talk about cancer. Cancer is a huge pandemic - our government health experts who care about us so much
tell us one out of two people will get cancer, but they do nothing about it - they care so much. If you had a herd of cows, and you knew one out of two cows would get cancer, you would make some changes, but not our health experts. They want everyone vaccinated but don't care if we get cancer.

My cousin just died from cancer. She was sixty eight.

Here's how we do it here in Canada:
Cancer means about $100,000 - $200,000 income for the people who treat cancer.
Bruce Johnson, one of Penticton's most well liked people went for 78 cancer treatments - and then he died.

Two years ago my cousin said "the wonders of modern medicine are amazing - I'm much better' after some cancer treatments.
That's how it always works - you get better, then you die two years later.

So I'm going to tell you what to do if someone gets cancer.

Take your money, go on a vacation to somewhere with a beach, like Cuba. Find a cheap place to live, and then walk eight miles a day, on the beach, eating only organic food. Try that for a year. what can you lose? Just a few thousand dollars, and one year of your time. If you're still not good, at least you saved yourself one year of treatments in a hospital, and had some nicer scenery.

That's what you should do if someone you know gets cancer.

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do that for a whole year. If you're still not good - go to a hospital and get cancer treatments.



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Thinktank wrote: Mar 14th, 2021, 10:37 am ...- Hunzas and Okinawans who stay away from doctors live to a hundred. We aren't.
Hunzas did not live that long and documentation to prove that has been posted too many times for you to discredit it. You certainly haven't proved it wrong.
Truths can be backed up by facts - do you have any?
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FWIW,

We live on the beach right here. It's not cheap but we can afford it comfortably.
I eat what's put in front of me and it's almost always organic.
My wife in her early 30's, doesn't drink or take any meds, not even birth control.
She runs 100km per week, so that's 8-9 miles per day. She's training to run in the elite pack at the World Major Marathons.
Hyper health focused and takes care of her body better than anyone I know. Never gets sick.
She got the disease last year; ended up in the hospital with pneumonia and was about as close to death as I ever want to see her.
Took more than a month for her to recover. Probably 3 until she was running as well as before.
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Thank you for sharing what would have been a horrible experience. Glad she recovered to continue her workouts and hope that's the end of it for her.
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ranger49 wrote: Jul 26th, 2021, 12:12 pm She got the disease last year; ...
so did I ... I think, never lasted long.

You can be healthy and still get sick. You can be healthy and die. But you still have to be nuts,
to try and give twelve year old children a vaccine, so they can carry some sort of "herd immunity" for our
aging population of heavily drugged people over eighty. Yet Bonnie wants that, and the weirdo mentioned she
was starting to get a tiny bit excited about vaccines for babies.

So, we know that being overweight, and eating garbage food makes us more likely to get sick. My grandfather lived to ninety three without getting a single vaccine, and some people - like Ranger - want vaccines. Great. Just don't try forcing anyone else what you want for yourself. Just because a healthy person gets sick once in a while is no reason to go completely crazy with vaccines, especially in 10% of all kids with ADHD Canada.



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Typical how this got turned around to vaccines and Bonnie Henry......like every other Tom, DICK and Harry out there on this forum......lol.....not everything has to be about that.... :up:

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