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Genetic class wars

Mike Adams
Monday, Jan 12, 2008

The era of pre-birth genetic screening of babies has commenced. Doctors at University College in London have produced what they called the “world’s first breast cancer gene-free baby” by screening a baby for the BRCA1 gene, which they claim causes breast cancer. (…)

That announcement is saturated with so many medical myths, it’s difficult to know where to begin. For starters, the idea that the BRCA1 gene causes cancer is pure hogwash. There’s no such thing as a gene that causes cancer by itself. The truth is that environmental factors such as exposure to cancer-causing chemicals in foods, medicines, personal care products, pesticides or other industrial chemicals causes the expression of the cancer gene. Without all that toxic chemical exposure, the gene never gets expressed in the first place.

And it gets even better: You can eat raw broccoli sprouts or other cruciferous vegetables and suppress the BRCA1 gene so that you never grow cancer tumors at all. Thus, the patient has complete control over the expression of their genes based on their diet and environment, and there are literally hundreds of different foods that have an anti-cancer effect: Cruciferous vegetables, onions, garlic, red wine, green tea, raw cacao, omega-3 oils, and of course a whole universe of anti-cancer herbs and superfoods.

This doesn’t even mention the effects of vitamin D and exercise on the BRCA1 gene, both of which also suppress cancer.

But modern medicine — which is largely based on marketing-motivated quackery — wants women to believe they have no control over breast cancer and that it all comes down to your genes, not your choices. That’s the little trap they set for women, stripping them of their power and condemning them to a lifetime of medical “treatment” that just happens to earn outrageous profits for the drug companies.

Welcome to the new era of eugenics

So now we have a new era being unleashed where babies born with the BRCA1 gene are going to be considered “defective” while babies born without the gene will be considered “superior.”

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  1. Fabian eugenics at play here.
    Today we celebrate the birth of a baby at 25 weeks hours after it’s mum had died.
    Not many weeks ago, we had Fabian PM Brown promoting the murder of a six month old faeto’s in their abortion campaign.
    Fascists’- is the word best used to describe this Government now Dictating to the UK.

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  4. This reminds me of a post I did not so long ago.

    Breast cancer’s dilemma

    Breast cancer has been big for decades and receives much needed money and support not just form the Government but from the people.

    Then suddenly, an alcohol company offers a good deal to the breast cancer research trust to gain donation and the trust in turn offers the alcohol company profit through sales to clients.

    Sounds like normal business .. you scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours.

    But…. Someone complained because alcohol is a well researched cause of breast cancer.

    And here is the funny part;

    The breast cancer research trust has come forward to say to the public that most of the research is crap. They would prefer the money. (in a round about way)

    Trust chief executive, Alison Taylor, downplayed the links between alcohol and breast cancer. “There’s a lot of information about a lot of things that are supposed to have an impact on breast cancer… we’ve had a relationship with the company for a while in terms of supporting our events so we didn’t see that it was contrary to where we stood.”

    The trust’s medical adviser, surgeon John Harman, also downplayed the links, saying alcohol was one of 200 possible risk factors and the major factors were “age and sex”.

    But researcher Sue Claridge, of the Breast Cancer Network, was staggered by the BCRT’s promotion. “I can’t believe they aren’t aware of the links, that would suggest an ignorance that defies belief really… the other option is that in the face of an opportunity to make money, they’ve decided that money is more important.”

    This is our evolution.

    Comment by mareika | January 13, 2009

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