The Deliberate Use of Refined Sugar to Assist Degenerative Disease
By Leading Edge Research, 1996
Vietnam: A Case on Point for Undermining of a Population
You can immediately see the effect that consumption of refined sugar has on a population, and since these effects are known, the distribution of refined sugar to a population constitutes a criminal act. In Vietnam the U.S. Government instituted a very successful program of selling the Vietnamese processed polished rice (which you can see at the supermarket) as a replacement for their whole grain rice which contains the B vitamin (thiamine) complex.
Immediately the general health of the Vietnamese began to suffer, especially when they Continue reading →
Does Eating Meat Cause an Early Death or Are the New Statistics Just Another Example of Smoke and Mirrors?
By Mannie Barling and Ashley F. Brooks (2012)
A Harvard School of Public Health study, published online in the Archives of Internal Medicine this week, examined the eating habits and health of more than 110,000 adults for more than twenty years and concluded that eating any amount or any type of red meat significantly increases the risk of premature death.
The study asserted that adding a daily serving of a hot dog or two slices of bacon caused a 20% higher risk of death. Continue reading →
Collecting rainwater now illegal in many states as Big Government claims ownership over our water by Mike Adams (2010)
Many of the freedoms we enjoy here in the U.S. are quickly eroding […], but what I’m about to share with you takes the assault on our freedoms to a whole new level. You may not be aware of this, but many Western states, including Utah, Washington and Colorado, have long outlawed individuals from collecting rainwater on their own properties because, according to officials, that rain belongs to someone else.
As bizarre as it sounds, laws restricting property owners from “diverting” water that falls on their own homes and land have Continue reading →
The Truth About Pork (The Pig)
By The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad
Excerpt from “How to Eat to Live,” Book Two 1972.
Pork or pig, all its parts and by-products, has been a chief food for the so-called American Negro since the days of his physical bondage. The pig was not made for human consumption. The pig is the chief cause of many of the ills and mental deficiencies occurring among the so-called American Negroes and any other people who eat it.
The pig is a mass of worms. Each mouthful you eat is not a nutritious food but a mass of small worms the naked eye cannot detect. Continue reading →
FLUORIDE AND THE PINEAL GLAND
By [Who Is The Original Man?]
Summation – Fluoride & Pineal Gland:
Up until the 1990s, no research had ever been conducted to determine the impact of fluoride on the pineal gland – a small gland located between the two hemispheres of the brain that regulates the production of the hormone melatonin. Melatonin is a hormone that helps regulate the onset of puberty and helps protect the body from cell damage caused by free radicals.
It is now known – thanks to the meticulous research of Dr. Jennifer Luke from the University of Surrey in England – that the pineal gland is the primary target of fluoride accumulation within the body. Continue reading →
Heal Thyself: Afrocentric Perspectives on the Science & History of the Healing Arts
Paper by Bryan Ogilvie (2006)
As Kemet (Ancient Egypt) is where we find the origin of mathematics, astronomy, architecture, bureaucracy, and many other forms of civilization, so did she also give birth to Medicinal science, laying the foundation of Health as we know it.
Unfortunately, along with those other sciences, the Ancient African contributions to the Healing Arts have been systematically eliminated from history and scholarship, appropriately fitting within the context of white supremacy.
The purpose of this work is to reverse the trend, highlighting the medicinal aspects of Africa’s “stolen legacy”. Information on this subject is available abundantly, as Black medicinal scholars have contributed great efforts to the Afrocentric movement. Continue reading →
Black Farmers Rally For Discrimination Settlement
By JULIE ROSE (2010)
This is why you cannot get any more young black farmers in it, because they see the struggle that the older black farmers got — being discriminated and mistreated. – Vern Switzer
After rallying across the South last week, black farmers plan to be in Washington, D.C., on Monday to call on the government to “pay up” on its more than 10-year-old promise to compensate for discrimination.
Despite the conditions of the 1999 civil rights settlement, more than 70,000 black farmers have yet to see a penny.
‘A Dying Breed’
Vern Switzer is 63 years old, but he still single-handedly farms 19 acres of land along a busy country road just outside Winston Salem, N.C. Continue reading →