Sent: Mar 10, 2009 7:12 PM
Subject: relay for life
Hello. I found your site because I was doing some research on the
American Cancer Society. My town does a huge relay for life. In six
years they are about to surpass one million dollars raised.
What's your skinny on the ACS?
Glen Rock NJ
I wrote about the American Cancer society and their phony cancer fund raisers a few years ago. The ACS was founded by the Rockefellers to steer people AWAY from true cancer cures and to raise money for their phony "research" projects.
It's been a SCAM from its inception and they suck in millions of gullible and unknowing dupes to do their bidding for them who then send them money that is wasted on 'busy" research projects that go nowhere. I also heard Gary Null do a very lengthy expose of the American Cancer Society on his radio program aired over KPFK radio with Roy Tuckman.
A 100% cure for all forms of cancer was demonstrated in the mid 1930s by Dr Royal Raymond Rife. His work and his reputation were utterly destroyed by established medicine (Rockefellers and the drug cartels) and their lackeys in the guise of one Morris Fishbein of the AMA and indeed the efforts of the Rockefeller's ACS, which helped in no small measure to debunk Rife's incredible work and discoveries.
Anyone who contributes to or helps the ACS in any capacity is simply an uninformed boob who is assisting his executioners to prepare his own coffin.
Read The Drug Story which has been posted to this web site for over 11 years. http://educate-yourself.org/fc/drugstory.shtml
From: Mary Sparrowdancer
Subject: Ken Adachi: re American Cancer Society
Date: Mar 12, 2009
Thanks for the reminder about the ACS. Barry Lynes wrote several very decent books about Rife, cancer and he named names of those involved in this extortion scheme. Corporate corruption is rampant in the US.
I'm an independent journalist, book author, and associate producer of Rense Radio. Most recently, I have been writing about a huge anti-trust case involving CNN and their "partner," Johnson & Johnson, who conspired to eliminate a lone competitor in the dental floss industry. His name is Sean Dix. He is an inventor who was about to bring the first sterile dental floss to the market, when CNN destroyed him on national TV. Below are links to my two articles regarding this.
Of some interest, if you do a Google search on CNN Johnson & Johnson my article about Sean comes up first, on top of about a half million others. I thought you might be interested in these articles because a connection has been found between periodontal bacteria and various ailments, including cancers. Then, there is also the magnesium connection to cancers. I suspect most of the US is suffering from a magnesium deficiency, exacerbated by the big advertising hype pushing calcium - which causes a further imbalance in the magnesium/calcium ratio. The more I look at "stuff," the more it seems like there has been a huge conspiracy in the US to cause as much cancer and discomfort as possible.
From: David Brown
To: Ken Adachi
Subject: just a note re: ACS article posted 11 March
Date: Mar 12, 2009
I just saw the 11 March posting re: the American Cancer Society and have a couple of notes to add.
1) The ACS holds ALL of the patents for "acceptable" cancer treatments (which, oddly, tend to murder the patient while eradicating cancer cells),
2) Does anybody GET the concept that if you pay a person to find something (like a cure for...whatever) that finding that thing is the LAST thing that person has any real intention of doing? Given the almost total lack of ethics among those involved in public research anymore, researchers would rather suck at the public teat ("It's not like the money for this came out of anyone's pocket. It's tax money.") than to really find/discover/figure out anything.
Any cash going to ANY group reputedly doing research to find a cure for (fill in) is being thrown down a proverbial "rat hole."
The reason: As soon as the cure is found, the finder's job is done. Now he has to find another job. To me, this explains why researchers have been "looking" for cures for quite a variety of dis-eases for my entire lifetime--cures that are always just around the corner, just never quite materializing.
Of course, all of this research is to find cures that were found/discovered/created, in many cases, over a century ago but have no outlandish profit for the benefit of Big Pharma or the American Murderers' Association. Cures which, in fact, could actually empower people to be their own healers instead of being victim-patients being controlled by those who make much larger profits by keeping them SICK.
Sorry for going so long, Ken. I guess I have a burr under my saddle on this.
David L. Brown
Subject: Fwd: The American Cancer Society FYI
Date: Fri, March 13, 2009
To: Ken Adachi
I thought that I was doing a good deed by passing along your article on the
American Cancer Society to a friend that is a HUGE supporter/Coordinator for
the Breast Cancer Walks in our town.
Please excuse the forward, but I wanted you to see her response to your
article. Needless to say,
I was thoroughly blasted for the good deed.
For what's it's worth, I appreciate your work and am thankful.
Sent: Thursday, March 12, 2009
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Subject: The American Cancer Society FYI
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Subject: RE: The American Cancer Society FYI
From: "Colleen Cussick" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, March 13, 2009 8:31 am
Seriously, the ONLY "uninformed boobs" are the morons who buy into this
stupid conspiracy shit!
The American Cancer Society's Hope Lodge and other support services for
cancer patients (like me father and grandfather) are MORE than worth my
time, energy and financial support! Mary Sparrowdancer sounds like a nutjob
to me...and as the info below reiterates, there are two sides to every"story"...
An interest in Rife was revived in the 1980's by author Barry<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barry_Lynes> Lynes, who wrote a book about
Rife entitled The Cancer Cure That Worked. The book claimed that Rife's beam,
ray device could cure cancer, but that all mention of his discoveries was
suppressed in the 1930s by a wide-ranging conspiracy headed by the American <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Medical_Association> Medical
Association. The American Cancer <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Cancer_Society> Society described
Lynes' claims as implausible, noting that the book was written "in a style
typical of conspiratorial theorists" and defied any independent
Following this revival of interest, devices bearing Rife's name began to be
produced and marketed. Such "Rife devices" have been at the center of a
number of cases of health fraud <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_fraud>
in the U.S. In one such case, Life Energy Resources mass-produced the REM
SuperPro Generator, marketed as a "Rife device" which could cure numerous
diseases including cancer and AIDS. The marketers of this device were
convicted of felony health fraud; the sentencing judge accused them of"target[ing] the most vulnerable people, including those suffering from
terminal disease" and providing false hope. Similarly, the American Cancer
Society reported in 1994 that Rife machines were being sold in a"pyramid-like, multilevel marketing scheme"; a key component of the
marketing approach was the claim that the device was being suppressed by an
establishment conspiracy against cancer "cures".
The Attorneys General of Wisconsin and Minnesota sued a marketer of one such
frequency generator for deceptive trade practices and consumer fraud. The
Court found that she had violated the law and that, as a result of her
actions, a cancer patient had ceased chemotherapy and died four months
In 2009 a US Federal jury convicted James Folsom of 26 felony counts for
sale of the Rife devices sold as "NatureTronics," "AstroPulse,""BioSolutions," "Energy Wellness," and "Global Wellness." He used the false
name "Jim Anderson" to avoid detection by the FDA and gave buyers the false
impression that the FDA had approved them for investigation. He is in
custody and will be sentenced in May 2009.
In 2002 John Bryon Krueger, who operated the "Royal Rife Research Society,"
was sentenced to 12 years in prison for his role in a murder and also
received a concurrent 30-month sentence for illegally selling Rife devices.
In Australia, the use of Rife machines has been blamed for the deaths of
cancer patients who could have been cured with conventional therapy.
Although "Rife devices" are not registered by the U.S Food and Drug <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Food_and_Drug_Administration> Administration
and have been linked to deaths among cancer sufferers, the Seattle Times<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seattle_Times> reported that over 300 people
attended the 2006 Rife International Health Conference in Seattle<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seattle> , where dozens of unregistered
devices were sold.
You really have to be knowledgeable in this area when confronted with a person who as brain washed as
Colleen. Sending this info to a person who is a dyed in the wool supporter of the ACS is not likely to
result in a conversion, but rather a response of the type you got. Don't waste your time trying to convert die hards.
Colleen's dismissal of the work of Royal Rife is typical of how the ACS deflects criticism of their own pernicious role in suppressing alternative cancer cures in this country. Colleen explains away Rife therapy by pointing to people who were supposedly convicted in court for using what THEY called a "Rife machine"
Anyone in the world can call ANY DEVICE of their choosing or of their fabrication a "Rife machine".
Does that mean that Royal Raymond Rife did not cure in the mid 1930s the most deadly forms of cancer in the latest stage of development and achieve a 100% success rate? No.
Does it mean that people who were accused or convicted here of something in court that involved what the prosecution called a Rife machine have anything to do with the accomplishments of Royal Rife and HIS Rife machine? No.
Does it mean that the court system itself is an arena of impeccable honor, fair play, honest brokers, and people of unimpeachable integrity who would NEVER dream of railroading an innocent person into prison who was an irritant or a threat to the pharmaceutical industry, or the medical establishment, or the local orthodox cancer industry? No.
People who have studied Rife therapy seriously KNOW that NO ONE to date has duplicated the Rife Beam Ray machine, the Rife Universal Microscope, or, more significantly, Rife's spectacular cancer cure results. But some--and only some--have approached that mark. There are many web sites which throw around the words "Rife machine" and "Rife therapy", but have slight knowledge of this important and HIGHLY SCIENTIFIC topic. It would be more correct for these people to use the term "frequency therapy", rather than Rife therapy. But that 's too big a subject to get into here.
I recall well seeing the national hatchet job that 60 Minutes did on Laetrile treatment somewhere in the 1970s. I can remember that show like it was yesterday. They had many older patients who got
Laetrile treatment tell the cameras how they felt much better, had gained weight and generally were
impressed with Laetrile, etc. Then, Mike Wallace, or whoever the blow hard working for CBS on that hatchet job went to the medical "experts' who, to a man, completely pooh pooh-ed the testimonials by the cancer patients and went on to explain how the effect was entirely psychological and a placebo hallucination; that they were still dying of cancer and that they were only kidding themselves into a "cure" . The medical "experts" painted those elderly people as befuddled children who essentially were just deceiving themselves. It's typical of how 60 Minutes destroyed people and movements that didn't meet the approval of their corporate overlords and "friends".
The ACS does the same thing when it comes to alternative cancer therapies. They are attack dogs for the orthodox cancer industry and will use the sort of tactics that Colleen has employed here. They will posture themselves as being on the side of Science and Enlightened Thinking while those lowly alternative cancer "quacks' are dismissed into the bowels of the prison system. You get the idea.
There are many good books in print that expose the background and hidden purpose of the ACS. You should take the time to read the books of Barry Lynes. He has researched the subject of Royal Rife-and the orthodox cancer industry in depth and exposes those Rockefeller liars at the ACS, for example, for the deceptive con artists they are; Colleen's arrogant endorsement notwithstanding.
PS. You might want to read this article on the ACS which was posted in 2004:
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