posted on May, 24 2013 @ 01:19 AM
Originally posted by caladonea
Originally posted by Carreau
If I'm not mistaken, her mother died of breast cancer and she is doing this as a preventive measure.
She took the cancer gene test and it came back that she has an 87% chance of getting breast cancer during her lifetime. She elected to have her
breasts removed has a preventive measure; and also she had breast reconstruction. From what I understand she did this to prolong her life and be here
for her children.
And quite naturally, if she was just any old person, such a decision would potentially save her insurance company a fortune in expensive cancer
I wonder of what benefit it could be (and who it would benefit most) to advertise to the masses that they should proactively chop their body parts
off if it is determined they have a higher than usual risk of cancer?
Well, of course it does benefit you if you take the test and you don't want cancer and you're willing to do it. But think about where this could go
(because you always have to do that when you're dealing with these people). The key here is influence. Celebrities are influential. They can sway many
millions of people with a 15 minute speech. Everything they do is useful for propaganda.
Could it just be that they are easing into suggesting that everyone should get a bunch of DNA tests and that if they have ANY potential problems that
can be detected, whatever "solutions" are recommended, should be mandatory? If that sounds silly, think about mandatory health insurance and the
recent attempt at a soda ban in NY.
I have learned not to take these things at face value. I think something stinks here. Watch and see if they don't continue to use celebrities for
medical propaganda. Maybe the medical issues these people have are real (I have no idea) but it isn't very hard to take a large pool of people and
find someone with a medical problem if you know what you're looking for. If that person is famous and known to many millions of people, you could then
use them, their lives, their circumstances for whatever purposes you choose. You only need to have a creative writing staff and a way to publish
edit on 24-5-2013 by BrianFlanders because: (no reason given)