posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 05:00 AM
I should have known better than to go on a conspiracy forum and talk about cancer.
For there is indeed no other alternative
available atleast in the eye of the cancer patient right? Why not
just lay back and completely allow someone to burn away all of your cells and torture you even further than the cancer is already? I mean with any
success rate thats peer reviewed you have to try it right?
Look, i understand that cancer is a bit of tough subject for most people but my point is there are other options, less invasive options and much less
costly options that may or may not cure cancer. Shouldn't they atleast be available as an option to start with? How many years have we gone on with
this technology and reportedly there is no method better than Chemo and radiation? How much money do we throw at institutions, institutions mind you
that have created a synthetic heart
, vitamins, and the discovery of DNA for crying out loud;
and they have yet to find a more suitable, less detrimental, both physically and monetarily, solution?
I'm not saying all doctors are out to get everyone with their big pharma pushers backing them. But you can't realistically tell me that after the
same basic concept in the 60's and 70's is the ultimate and only way to cure cancer. I mean you can, and technically your right because no doctor
book in the world will say otherwise. But consider the time and assests we've used over the years, and consider the output. Zero.
Maybe i'm wrong maybe cancer is infinitely as complicated as it appears to be and there is no other means. But why would people go through the
trouble of anouncing breakthroughs knowing that in the past it has been shutdown, manipulated,
sent to prison
, or some possibly even died for their information. Thats a pretty
high risk low reward ratio if you ask me: Money/Fame vs. Imprisonment
The trial of 1939 put an end to any proper scientific investigation of the Frequency Instrument. The trial was the undoing of Rife. Not used to
being savagely attacked in open court he crumbled under the pressure. Although he won the case, he turned to alcohol and became an alcoholic. Fishbein
used his pervasive power within the AMA to thwart further investigation of Rife's work. Dr. Millbank Johnson died in 1944. In 1950 Rife joined up
with John Crane who was an electrical engineer. They worked together for ten years building more advanced frequency machines. But in 1960 the AMA
closed them down. Crane was imprisoned for three years and a month, even though fourteen patients testified as to the effectiveness of the machine.
Rife died in 1971.
Then again when you put dollar signs on everything it kinda makes sense. In a very twisted inhumane way.