Originally posted by FORMe2p00p0n
He said all you need to do is dab your finger and put it on your skin, it will absorb through your skin and stimulate your natural antibodies to become super antibodies that will seek out and destroy ALL disease.
Yes, here is another:
Jim Looney is one of as many as 100 people with the virus that causes AIDS who were convinced that the Viroxan concocted in a doctor's home could keep them alive, even cure them of AIDS. And Looney, who spent about $20,000 on the treatment, which he took for nine months, is angry and embittered by his experience. He has lumps of dead tissue on his buttocks and hips from the painful Viroxan injections and potentially serious blood clots from the catheter; and the drug leaked under his skin, he said, so that at one point he felt like a freak of nature.
Jim Looney was determined to do whatever it took
Looney decided to start injecting the drug,
according to Looney, his physician convinced him
Jim Templeton, a former Los Angeles resident, took Viroxan off and on for almost four years. Templeton said before he died last month that he believed "the powers that be" are trying to discredit the drug because they don't care about helping people with AIDS who are gay
Another thing I wanted to add is that it seems that Nixon liked to have friendship with the criminal type, and i think when Nixon Jr. saw the OP, and the way he was dressed he thought the OP was the criminal type Nixon liked to befriend.
Originally posted by OmegaLogos
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Lilac Wine (lyrics) [songmeanings.net]
Lilac Wine Lyrics
I lost myself on a cool damp night
I gave myself in that misty light
Was hypnotized by a strange delight
Under a lilac tree
I made wine from the lilac tree
Put my heart in its recipe
It makes me see what I want to see
And be what I want to be
When I think more than I want to think
I do things I never should do
I drink much more that I ought to drink
Because it brings me back you
Lilac wine is sweet and heady, like my love
Lilac wine, I feel unsteady, like my love
Listen to me, I cannot see clearly
Isn't that she, coming to me nearly here?
Lilac wine is sweet and heady where's my love?
Lilac wine, I feel unsteady, where's my love?
Listen to me, why is everything so hazy?
Isn't that she, or am I just going crazy, dear?
Lilac wine, I feel unready for my love
Feel unready for my love
"Lilac Wine" as written by James H. Shelton
Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
And what do you decide to believe?
Instead of taking the story for what it is...
You actually want to entertain the idea that this guy found some cure all of cancer and aids and everything else.
Wait, let me get this straight!
So we have a convicted fraud artist who stole hundreds of millions and we should believe him and all the people he conned???
Look dude I know your just a ball buster and stomping on mine.... on the initial thread I deleted your comment about the napkin written in blood and how I lost it too after wiping the BBQ sauce off my face.... cute...
But in this case, the person behind all this, and the main partner with Nixon, was a con artist. There is no reason to believe in their claims or believe that everyone that had dealings with them was lying, instead of just them lying. Which was pretty much proven by their actions and the court of law...
Side note: I have met some people that ran in pretty well known circles. And a few of them told me some outlandish things, eventually looking for money or taking other peoples money. Just because they dropped a couple names, or made it seem like they were some rich powerhouse, it did not sway my skepticism. But in a couple cases, I learned later of the fraud they were engaging in....
It's actually pretty common.
The world is freaking out about getting conned by |the powers that be| the banks, the "overlords" etc. But for some reason when a con artist spouts a story about free energy or an instant cure all, those same people want to take the stor at face value.
I mean all the "coincidental verification" of Nixon’s story to me is a bit more then coincidental.
In 1970, Vesco began a successful takeover bid for Investors Overseas Service, Ltd., a mutual fund investment firm with holdings of $1.5 billion run by financier Bernard Cornfeld, who had run into trouble with the SEC. When his firm ran into financial difficulty, no "white knight" was willing to get involved. Vesco saw his chance and began a protracted battle to assume control of the company, opposed by Cornfeld and others. The battle quickly turned nasty; Cornfeld was thrown into jail in Switzerland and Vesco was accused of looting the company of hundreds of millions of dollars. Many prominent figures in global business, finance, and royalty were tied to the mess, receiving money from one party or the other for support. Among the accusations against Vesco were that he parked funds belonging to IOS investors in a series of dummy corporations, one of which had an Amsterdam address that was later linked to Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, and that he broke into a Swiss bank vault to obtain shares. These allegations are unproven, as Vesco fled the country and spent the next fifteen years hopping between countries that lacked extradition treaties with the United States.[
A banker and CIA agent who financially supported Nixon. Good friend and business partner of Prince Bernhard, whom he met in the late 1960s. The undisputed king of the fugitive financiers. Kicked out of the 1001 Club in 1973 after he became a wanted man for illegal drug and arms trade. Vesco fled to Costa Rica in 1973 in order to avoid standing trial for the alleged theft of $224 million from the Swiss-based mutual fund, Investors Overseas Services (of Meyer Lansky - Some say the Rothschild family was involved)........