How the mind treats “impossible things that couldn’t be happening”

How the mind treats “impossible things that couldn’t be happening”

by Jon Rappoport

February 13, 2017

I recently published an article that highlighted the numbers of medically caused deaths in America.

When little fragmentary stories about this fact emerge in the mainstream press, they’re one-offs. There is no serious follow-up and no deep investigation. Therefore, the public isn’t aroused.

On May 3, 2016, the Washington Post ran an article detailing deaths from medical errors. This bomb dropped: doctors’ errors account for “about 9.5 percent of all deaths annually in the United States.”

Let that sink in.

Roughly one out of every 10 deaths in the US is caused by medical errors. (Under “errors,” you can include a wide range of toxic treatment.)

No major newspaper or news network pounds on this factoid day after day. It’s here and then it’s gone. It’s on the level of: “The last seven presidents have been assassinated. And now, here’s the weather.”

Something else is going on, too. I’ll lay it out for you.

Most of the general public, and many reporters, can’t even begin to absorb that medical-death statistic. It bounces off them.

They either reject it out of hand, misread it, or fail to transport it to the part of their mind where they think about things.

The statistic is virtually invisible to them.

“Let’s see, 10% of all deaths in America are caused by the medical system. REJECTED.”

I even had one person tell me ten percent “wasn’t very much.”

I’ve had people change the subject rapidly when I presented them with the statistic.

“Car accidents are terrible. My aunt was in a car crash and she…”

So it isn’t just major media. People are running their own fake news operation on themselves.

This has been called “cognitive dissonance” or some other fancy name.

It’s just the “bounce phenomenon.” A fact bounces off a person. It has no effect.

I’ve dealt with this for more than 30 years as a reporter. I’m in the business of presenting “bounce-able” facts. I’ve seen the full array of reactions, time and time again.

ONE OUT OF EVERY TEN DEATHS IN AMERICA IS CAUSED BY THE MEDICAL SYSTEM.

Bounce, bounce, bounce.

Here is another process that goes on in the mind. It starts this way: WELL, IF THAT WERE TRUE, THEN…

The person starts to think about the boggling fact. He starts to flesh out the implications. And he stops. Because the implications are too much. His mental processes and his basic orientation aren’t flexible enough to deal with them.

I’ve been interviewed and watched this happen. The interviewer begins to absorb what I’ve just told him, and he quickly backs away and redirects the conversation. Or tries to. I bring him back to the boggling fact. But it’s like trying to drive a faulty car. He just can’t make it. He stalls. His wheels spin, and then he gets out of the car and moves on to something else.

Here is a paraphrase of such an exchange. The interviewer was telling me about the purported effects of a disease he claimed was being caused by a virus. I happened to know the virus had never been isolated from a single human being, so I asked him:

“How many deaths would you say occur from the disease, every year in the US?”

He puffed up his chest a bit and said, “At least a thousand. It’s terrible.”

I said, “Well, did you know that the medical system is the third leading cause of death in America, behind heart disease and cancer?”

BOUNCE. NOTHING REGISTERED.

He said, “This virus I’m talking about can spread rapidly…”

Bounce.

Perhaps the most interesting conversation I’ve ever had illustrating the bounce phenomenon occurred at the home of an acquaintance who is a psychologist. I mentioned that every year in the US the medical system kills a minimum of 225,000 people, and then I got part-way into explaining how most people don’t even register the fact when they come across it.

He launched into a major lecture about cognitive dissonance, deploying a few pseudo-technical terms I’d never heard of. I let him go on for a few minutes and then I stopped him. I asked, “Can you remember what I said that started you down this path?”

He scratched his chin, thought about it, and said no.

In his case, the bounce brought on a case of outright amnesia.


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Of course, I’ve mentioned medically caused death to doctors. Their comments go something like this: “That couldn’t be true.” “That was just one study.”

Then I say no, there are other confirming studies, and I cite them. At that point the big bounce happens, and they change the subject. Or they look at their watches. Or they walk away.

I’ve found reporters more honest—as long as I’m talking to them off the record, and preferably after a few drinks. One reporter said, “I know. But we can’t write about that. We’d get reamed out.”

I don’t care what journalism schools and editors claim the profession is all about. I know what it’s about. You overturn reality. That’s what you do.

In the process, you reveal there are people who are creating that reality for all of us.

And if that is true, and it is, then each individual is capable of inventing his own reality. A better one.

Along the way, certain facts are going to jump up out of the hopper that tear conventional thinking and perception to shreds.

TEN PERCENT OF ALL DEATHS IN AMERICA ARE CAUSED BY THE MEDICAL SYSTEM.

“Wow. That would make it the third leading cause of death. That means the more people who are in the system, the more deaths. The public has to know about this…”

No bounce.

Ah, now we’re on to something.

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at NoMoreFakeNews.com or OutsideTheRealityMachine.

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41 comments on “How the mind treats “impossible things that couldn’t be happening”

  1. Eliza Ayres says:

    Those statistics didn’t bounce off of me. I used to work at a hospital in medical records and saw the results of medical intervention…

  2. Sue says:

    I wonder if those statistics include death by vaccination. I suspect they don’t. My brother died from the effects of a vaccination he received, but it was the ALS that occurred as a result, which was recorded as the cause of death, with no association made to the injection by the perpetrators. And all those SIDS deaths that the perpetrators don’t associate with the injections, even though SIDS is listed as an adverse effect of vaccinations on the vaccine package inserts and the NVICA. And so much more….

    • Nicole Dawnattila McGall says:

      ALS IS LYME DISEASE!

      • Sue says:

        ALS is an auto-immune disease. Not only are vaccinations documented to be the main cause of auto-immune diseases, but my brother’s symptoms began soon after receiving the TDap vaccine.

        2 ALS Cases May Be Linked to Gardasil Vaccine – WebMD
        http://www.webmd.com/…/news/20091016/rare-disease-may-be-linked-vaccine

        Flu Vaccine triggered ALS? – davidpaul’s journal – Inspire
        http://www.inspire.com/davidpaul/journal/flu-vaccine-triggered-als

        Aluminum-hydroxide in vaccines causes serious health problems
        proliberty.com/observer/20071206.htm

        “Squalene in vaccines has been strongly linked to the Gulf War Syndrome. On August 1991, Anthony Principi, Secretary of Veterans Affairs admitted that soldiers vaccinated with the anthrax vaccine from 1990 to 1991 had an increased risk of 200 percent in developing the deadly disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also called Lou Gehrig’s disease. The soldiers also suffered from a number of debilitating and life-shortening diseases, such as polyarteritis nodosa, multiple sclerosis (MS), lupus, transverse myelitis (a neurological disorder caused by inflammation of the spinal cord), endocarditis (inflammation of the heart’s inner lining), optic neuritis with blindness and glomerulonephritis (a type of kidney disease).”

  3. I saw this posted on FaceBook yesterday, and then I thought maybe this project would better done by an investigative journalist like you than a PhD candidate.

    Early Morning Thoughts – February 12, 2017

    I have an idea for a PhD thesis. The subject: What’s killing the American people, or, why are we dying?

    It seems to me much of the data may already be available in government records, but someone has to accumulate and consolidate it, analyze it, and clearly describe the results. Generally, we die for one of two reasons: we die naturally or we die unnaturally.

    If we die ‘naturally’ we die either because of a nutritional deficiency, or we die from ingesting substances that kill us over the long term. I suspect that once a death is defined as ‘due to natural causes’ the analysis stops, the death cert is completed, the body is embalmed, and is then buried (or cremated). No further analysis of the death is performed. And that’s sad.

    However, if we die ‘unnaturally,’ our body is usually (maybe invariably) sent to the local government’s medical examiner (ME) where the cause of death is determined. The ME determines, via autopsy, whether or not the unnatural death was accidental or intentional. If the death is accidental, further analysis is stopped by the ME. If the death is intentional, further analysis is done, and cause of death is determined.

    There are two general areas that invariably get passed over in cause of death analysis: medical malpractice deaths and executive branch government initiated deaths (military deaths, covert deaths, and police caused deaths). Medical malpractice causes over 200,000 deaths per year, and that is invariably covered up by the doctors themselves.

    The government military caused deaths vary on an annual basis, depending on how many illegal wars we are fighting at any given time. Covert deaths (caused by the foreign banksters, the moneyed elites, the politicians, and the Mossad/CIA guys) are rarely if ever linked to the government, and invariably fall into the ‘natural death’ bucket. Police killings of civilians are invariably either politically justified (to protect the government from lawsuits and to protect the killers) or hidden from public scrutiny, but they are known to amount to at least 1,200 per year. And let’s not forget the government supported GMO food poisoning, the chemtrails spray poisoning, the fluoride in the water and in our foods poisoning, the vaccine poisoning, etc. Overall, government probably kills more of us on an annual basis than natural causes kill us (I’m speculating on this one).

    So, we have two interesting thoughts here: one, the government has the means and the talents to determine the cause of death of EVERYone, and two, left to its own, the government keeps secret what it wants to keep secret to protect itself and its minions from pursuit by an angry public. This suggests that the subject I am raising may be one hot potato and probably should be addressed carefully (in secret?), rather than openly.

    And that too is sad. There’s a guy called the Mineral Doctor, one Joel Wallach, who is a vet and an ND, and it has been his life’s work to examine what kills animals (humans as well) from a nutritional deficiency basis. His 1994 audio tape “Dead Doctors Don’t Lie” may be one of the best marketing tools for nutritional supplements that has ever been produced. But Wallach’s point is that in his veterinarian work, most animals (90 %) die of some form of nutritional deficiency – not enough copper, not enough calcium, etc. and he extrapolates that into human conditions also.

    In spite of the physical and economic dangers in discussing and disclosing what is killing us, I think it should be done. I think it is time for people everywhere to understand what is killing us, and that way we will be able to determine ourselves how we want to live our lives. I don’t trust government at any level to do the right thing for us, but I do have a certain level of trust in government record keeping efforts, even if they only do it to cover their own asses.

    In all of this discussion, it should be evident that people who we are told to respect and admire (doctors and government employees) have devolved into our worst enemies – they are killing us. They kill us, either through negligence, stupidity, poor training, or through simple evil intent. If we humans are to live in peace and if we are to enjoy living long healthy lives, we have to understand clearly what is attacking us and what is killing us. It’s important.

    Peace.

    ///

    • arcadia11 says:

      a truly worthy project to take up, highlander.
      i have no doubt whatsoever that all life forms will live longer and better upon the extinction of institutionalgovernment.. that includes death and disease programming. nothing natural about it.

    • Michael says:

      @HLJ

      I found you comment well founded and one of those thoughts that persistently come up in my own head during any week, month…it has been ongoing. I spend a few hours contemplating the thought and add to it in certain areas and then come back after few days or weeks or months. Only to revisit what it means to eat and live correctly. I thought of precisely what you think here.

      As humans we are told how to behave; how to conform; when to rein in an ego that might be heading out of control. What is this and what is that…the lies of those who spin while prostituting themselves to this fake world.

      Being raised a Irish catholic kid, I was grown on soup bones and spuds; soda bread and tea. It took me a lifetime to get to the knowledge I have now.

      Living food like sprouts grown from eighty varieties of seed, and microgreens; organic vegetables, honey from beekeepers I know, and probiotic I grow myself in sauerkraut and kombucha, pickles and fermented foods and condiments. Pure wild cranberries and blueberries picked in the woods by Indians and brought to my door for sale in the fall. Fresh fish from lakes. Strawberries I grow in ancient patch; asparagus that grows like a weed close to copse of trees in my yard. Rhurbarb I spin wine from and summer vegetables grown by my friends that I trade for…preserves or ointments. Fresh baked breads from ancients grains, no longer made except under the kind and tender touch of a healer hands, who imbues the dough with her magic touch. Bread made fom quinoa, and millet and spelts.

      Herbs picked and oils and ointments made with care and attention by my little squeeze, who I would gladly give my life for; she and I are our own doctors. I would never trust a doctor. Squeeze is a natural healer, with as I have said, magic hands and a true gift; when I die, I will die naturally in my own bed. In my own good time. An I will embrace death that old friend like I have a million times before…and million times again.

      I have friends, not many, they are too hard to come by; my friends they take six, eight medications, a day. One is an older female who has been taking the same anti-depressant, that was prescribed to her thirty years ago. The last time she saw a psychiatrist was in the eighties. But still she takes it, and still the doctor writes the script.

      Her and her husband, my friend, can’t sleep without a sleeping pill at beddie-bye time, and that has been going on for a long time.

      He has had a major heart attack, and still will not learn; is so broken done from the warfarin and xanax, pills for high blood pressure and cholesterol, diabetes, from over consumption of coca-cola and that white wonder bread like substance, that seems to be the mainstay for so many.

      You see we are programmed to die my young friend, right from the start; most do not understand what is food, it goes along with that massive mind-fuck we get in school.

      One must rebel against the world on every level to gain what we truly wish. To gain ourselves. It took a long time to learn to be me, it doesn’t have too..

      I suggest you write a book instead of a thesis, I doubt there is a University Professor who would understand what we speak off here. They are too busy organizing feel good safe spaces, deflecting real questions and building false merit on the backs of the brain-damaged.

      • Interesting response. Thanks for taking the time to reply. I am in 100% agreement with what you posted and might add only a couple of thoughts. One: it takes the human animal a long time to learn the basic rules of life and to mature. I sometimes fantasize about taking my aging brain and dropping it into the body of a twenty year old, and hitting the restart button. How my life would be different. But we can’t do that – we get one run at life, so we have to do the best we can with what we know and what we have for resources.

        Which brings us to my second thought. I believe that we live on a giant open air plantation and that most of us are plantation slaves, not plantation masters. George Carlin used to discuss how we are ‘owned’ and controlled by a small club in which we are not allowed membership. I think he was right. Maybe it takes us a long time to grow up and think properly because the plantation masters don’t want us to do anything but be nice quiet slaves and to produce for them. When we are not able or willing to produce for the masters any longer, we are dispensable – we can be killed off. So, the masters control our education process, they control our resources, they control our movement, and until the Internet snuck around their wall of deception, they controlled how we could relate to each other.

        Today, we are talking to each other, and I think that is grand. Now we can learn from each other and grow as individuals. Now we can question the master’s rules. Now, as a specie, we can grow from being merely easily controlled ‘cattle’ into live, human ‘gods’ in our own right. To paraphrase Heinlein, we can become strangers in our own strange land.

        Today I am an anarchist – I used to be a conservative until I learned that political labels were a waste of time. I believe in no rulers. And, like Jon Rappoport, I believe solidly in the individual, the freedom of the individual, and in everything that makes us different. Certainly if we were all the same, we would not be able to learn from each other. I believe in the voluntaryist mentality and in absolute governmentless freedom for us all. Screw government, and screw the ruling elites and their system of totalitarian laws. No intelligent human wants ‘bosses’ in any part of their adult life.

        Have a nice day.

      • mindym66 says:

        Very good what you are doing. I have turned 50 and been diagnosed with, according to a 20-something NP I was assigned by my insurance company (which just dropped me), a “chronic” and thus, in my mind, hopeless lung disease. So now in order to disprove this diagnosis so that I might live long enough to see my 6 y/o grow into at least a young woman, I am learning about natural and holistic healing and what foods to eat, with the limited information available to me. Things i have never heard of in 50 years of a highly unsheltered life where I learned so much from so many knowledgable, educated, professional people…you are very lucky to have all this at your disposal. My dependency on the American Medical Establishment will be the reason I die if I do not overcome this some other way. They diagnosed me with late stage chronic lung disease, told me i should stop smoking, and sent me home with 4 different kinds of inhalers, no blood work, no labs, no pulmonary therapy, no blood oxygen testing, no MRI, and then I lost my health insurance. I have been seeing a doctor regularly for almost 7 years and they couldn’t be bothered to find this before it was too late and I was no longer able to breathe. I believe it’s called Sustainable Medicine, and it’s killing people off by the hundreds of thousands.

        • Marilyn Guinnane says:

          Mindym66—There is a doctor I listen to religiously, as I subscribe to his newsletter, The Wellness Report. He’s a retired neurosurgeon who went into holistic medicine and his name is Russell Blaylock, MD. Every recommendation is meticulously researched so that I’m thrilled at the results I’ve achieved. He can be found at NewsMax.com. Wishing you a complete recovery! Marilyn

          • arcadia11 says:

            i am happy to second the russell blaylock recommendation.
            good luck to you, mindy!

            • Marilyn Guinnane says:

              Arcadia11, I subscribe to The Wellness Report, as well. I second the motion in that I’ve seen excellent results from Dr. Blaylock’s recommendations!

    • bob klinck says:

      A huge, unrecognized zone of death caused by government is the torment and stress created by the politicians’ virtually uniform subservience to the policies of the financial/corporate oligopoly, which results in life-destroying, and absolutely unnecessary, psychological abuse of millions. The world is not made to be fitted to a Procrustean bed crafted by a cabal of Money Creators.

  4. Robert says:

    I’m 64, take no prescription meds and avoid doctors like the plague. My parents lived to be 91 and 80 which most people consider to be a “ripe old age”. The more I learn about so called medicine, the more I realize that the end of their lives were brought on unpleasantly and prematurely by the medical establishment of “well-meaning” doctors and their hokum of unnecessary drugs and surgeries they promote.
    Thanks but no thanks to that agenda. I’ll take responsibility for my own well being until the end. Hopefully we will soon stop being illegally taxed for having such views and not enrolling into the promoted system of torture.

  5. Very hard to take in the significance of these numbers and deaths. Every one a tragedy and preventable.

  6. Greg C. says:

    The “impossible” things that most people ignore can be good as well as bad. ESP. Imagination. Natural treatments for disease. Miracles. So it’s not that we are unwilling to face bad news. It’s that most people feel an allegiance to the mainstream narrative. Even in Christianity, which affirms the miracles of the New Testament, there is the predominant narrative that, “Well of course, ordinary people like you and I cannot change the course of nature.” Which flat-out contradicts their gospel. Makes you wonder, if Jesus walked around today healing people, would he be arrested for practicing medicine without a license? See the movie, “Mr. North” the story of an young man who heals people in a small town. Or see the movie “Resurrection,” another take on psychic healing. They are stories that stick with you, make you rethink what you think you know.

    • arcadia11 says:

      true – and an important point. good or bad, one can be blind to events (& objects) outside of the immediate accepted reality-box, and leaves to waste not only daily-life opportunities but, as you mentioned, potentially life-altering and life-saving versions.
      long ago i read an account of european explorers anchoring off the coast of some unknown land (don’t remember where or when – possibly pre-columbus) and their ‘discovery’ upon going ashore that the inhabitants were not able to see the several ships though they were clearly and easily visible to the explorers. the natives could not be made to understand where these strangers came from. apparently they had never seen sailing vessels.

      i found that story so amazing as to be almost unbelievable. but just as amazing was the idea that there might be things i was not seeing that were right before my eyes. lol. i still find that wildly intriguing, such that i am never bored.

  7. Annie says:

    The 225,000 deaths does not include deaths from “properly” prescribed medications, which is another 128,000 deaths for a combined 353,000. And that’s just the ones that are so obvious they have to report them.

  8. Chas says:

    Ten percent … a minimum of 225,000 people. Soooo, what is the injury rate from medical errors? Twice as much, 3X’s, 4, more? Now the numbers get to be staggering. I’d bet that the actual number is very close to 100%. To start with, think of all the vaccinations, then consider the side effects from prescription medication, unnecessary surgeries, etc. Pretty soon, you realize that going to a doctor is a form of suicide or at least a death wish. They’re pretty useless except is limited special cases, like trauma injuries, etc.

    And before anyone tries to rebut, …. diet is pretty much everything as far as preventing and curing disease. The information is out there.

    • artemisix says:

      I wish diet was everything….. vaccines, poisoned water , air and food…….heavy metals……depleted uranium, other radiation. Molds. EMFs. Medical intervention early in life causes lifelong damage. For you , i hope you are right.

      • Chas says:

        Well …. touche’. Diet, what you eat, will greatly influence the effects of these stresses, toxins, pollutants, etc. Without prattling on too much, I’ll simply refer the inquisitive to Dr. Joel Fuhrman and Dr. Michael Greger. As for me, suffice it to say that last November, healthwise, I was a dead man walking. I’m not ready to die (yet) nor become a medical cripple/invalid. I still have too many things I want to do/accomplish. Now I’m 50+ lbs lighter and counting and feeling pretty damn fine. This in spite of a lifetime of higher than normal exposure of the types things you mentioned. Thanks artemisix.

  9. barebones says:

    “How the mind treats “impossible things that couldn’t be happening”…..
    So what!

    Maybe you should stop interviewing “The Man on the Street”! After all, half the people in the world tend toward dumb.

    Articulation depends on education, conditioning, and context. One of the shortcomings of the English language is it’s analytic nature that depends on the immediate context for comprehension. It doesn’t support in-depth consideration of a topic. Long sentences and unfamiliar subjects tend to be confusing to many (most) people. Considering the state of American education and conditioning today, out of context questions or assertions can definitely be disturbing e.g.: What do you think is the underlying cause of the pending Oroville Dam disaster?

    Here’s a word that may apply to the article: APPERCEPTION.

  10. It’s worse than you think. Not only are medicines killing many people, many medicines are specifically designed to extend illness, and therefore, to bring about earlier deaths. Most medicines are symptomicines, which depress or hide symptoms of illness – allowing the cause to persist and even strengthen. The result is not only more incidences of death, but more people who are actually sicker, but feel better – even though they are dying earlier.
    to your health, tracy

  11. henry says:

    You can’t know everything. We generally go to experts to fix our cars, sell our houses, handle legal issues, and many other things. In each case, we could learn to fix our own car but the time it takes to learn all the things that could go wrong is time that we could have been living. But, when you take your car to get repaired and the mechanic says that you need a flux capacitor (like in back to the future) you may decide to get a second opinion. If another mechanic tells you the same thing, what do you do? It is difficult to believe that two different mechanics would be colluding to get you to buy something that you don’t need.

    The same is true when visiting a doctor. It is difficult to believe that all these smart doctors would be lying to you in giving you chemicals that are likely to do harm to you. The faith in the medicine business is so strong that those who don’t follow the doctors advice are seen as not only stupid but also crazy. Once you are deemed to be crazy, nothing that you say will make any difference. So what do you do? You can go to the doctor only when you are really sick. Since you are paying for health insurance you might decide to get your moneys worth. This is similar to over eating and an all you can eat buffet. The outcome is generally not good.

    Many old people go to the doctors just to talk to someone who will listen to them. They cannot imagine that the nice doctor would be harming them. Sometimes they do harm their patients. The doctors have an interest in getting you to come back for more services and drugs. They convince themselves that the patients are not trained in medicine and need the advise of the doctors. This causes the doctors to not to be able to contemplate that they could be hurting the patients.

    • Chas says:

      On automotive mechanics – Yeah, the flux capacitor thing is a dead give away. But you should have your headlight fluid rotated every year! Also, have the muffler bearings checked while you’re at it! 🙂

      “Smart doctors” ??? Never met one yet. They may be quite educate/indoctrinated, but like I said, never met one yet. Have had them try and kill me with their voodoo too many times.

      On the other hand, I have met a good veterinarian, but he’s getting on in years. The new animal docs are more or less carbon copies of MD’s.

  12. Marilyn Guinnane says:

    M.D.s are a disgrace. They’re peddlers for Big Pharma and that sort of quackery is about all they know. Since turning to holistic medicine, I’m as healthy as can be and quit seeing the quacks altogether. No more blood tests, no more stupid diets regarding ‘carbs’, no more deadly prescriptions. Yes, I’m grateful to the surgeon who removed my ruptured appendix. I have nothing against surgeons, at least those who are honest. But look at all the unnecessary surgeries that occur! BAH !!

  13. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    Joanne Nova reports that mainstream media is now finally admitting some of the “fake news” behind the Nobel Prize winning global warming story of Al Gore & UN’s IPCC

    http://joannenova.com.au/2017/02/pause-deniers-finally-get-busted-by-mainstream-media/

    Nevertheless, in one week Dr. Tim Ball will face a jury trial in Vancouver, BC for challenging the scientific validity of the AGW story in public.

  14. barebones says:

    What is the matter with you people?? The comments look like the WWII Princeton experiment on message transmission!

    The subject of the article is HOW people respond to the news, not the news itself! You are all mind-boggled! You are all “right-brained” conditioned!!!! It’s a natural female post-pubic example of hormonal expression, but it is somehow impressed on males through conditioning!

    I have an original word to describe the phenomenon: ratiopenia – diminished capacity for rational mentation!

  15. artemisix says:

    Thank you , Jon, for getting the word out to those that CAN hear it. As always, spreading the word…..

  16. Guest says:

    I am grateful for modern medicine. There has been cancer, epilepsy, Parkinsons, diabetes, etc in my family. Without modern medicine, life would have been more difficult, or an earlier death would have occurred, esp in the case of the cancer. Chemotherapy is awful, but its the best we have. Living with a giant, painful tumor is no fun either and will certainly lead to death, and no amount of mushroom extract can stop that from happening. I believe the problem is soo many people do not take care of themselves (type 2 diabetes, for example), or people can’t deal long term with life (and, hey, I took anti depressants for a short time when My spouse was near death and I had soo many responsibilities I thought I’d have a heart attack from the stress, not even being dramatic). Medical errors occur, no one is perfect…the mechanic might say your brakes are fixed and you drive away and crash killing 4 people. So the problem is very complex. How many people died under a doctors care when symptoms were being palliated? Anyhow, I’m happy I’m in America, where I have access to world class medical care, as opposed to Africa somewhere, wher I’d have to see a witch dr and hope for the best.

    • Sue says:

      All those things you mentioned are most often caused by the medical mafia (which is part of a coalition involving other huge industries, including agribusiness, pharmaceutical, and petrochemical companies). They create the poisons that give you the problem in the first place many times via vaccines (which cause every single one of those conditions you say were in your family), drugs, herbicides, pesticides, fluoride infused water and other products, and now, also GMO foods. Then they treat those conditions they have created with more drugs, which have additional “adverse effects,” or with radiation, which CAUSED my grandmother’s fatal 40lb tumor. Then they create “charities” and solicit gullible folks to walk, run, or bike their asses off to raise yet MORE money for the same billionaires who created the problems in the first place. And, while some individual MD’s may be moral and trying to do the right thing, the fact is that they are even more intensively brainwashed in medical school than the rest of the population.

      You might be surprised at how much more ethical, and far less harmful, a witch doctor is.

      But one doesn’t have to travel out of America to find a good naturopath.

  17. Bramble says:

    Brilliant article—you hit the nail right on the head! That “bouncing effect” is exactly what happens when you try to tell people two other awkward facts:

    1) That the majority of these medical deaths, autism, suicides, young people having “accidents” & “heart attacks” soon after signing organ donor forms, and people being euthanized, are Ethnic Europeans (=”whites”).

    2) No Muslim man, woman or child can gain entry to Muslim Paradise unless they have killed an infidel, or died trying to kill one, either by armed warfare or by stealth, such as Vehicular Jihad, Medical Jihad, Bio-contamination Jihad, Drowning Jihad, GangRape Jihad, Arson Jihad, etc. Or by quietly smothering your baby at the childcare centre.

  18. Dorlinda Chong says:

    I am not in the lest surprised. My mother was a nurse, and the stories she used to tell about incompetent and negligent doctors would curl your hair.

  19. Good article, Jon.

    I mean I highlight the “bounce factor” on https://ozziethinker.wordpress.com in a much more confronting way, but good article nonetheless.

    Best
    OT

  20. Bob Clem says:

    I had been ostracized by certain family members, for sharing my opinion about a doctor, who had been convicted for falsely diagnosing his patients for cancer, in order to profit from the treatment, although my remarks were directed at this particular doctor , I was immediately chastised for even mentioning such a thing, because a particular family member was married to a doctor.
    I founded this same resistance among others as well , somehow the medical profession is above reproach , as we have again this same attitude among some in regards to law enforcement, as if they themselves were somehow tarnished for the actions of someone else simply because they share a profession? Or even for believing that they can do no wrong , even the guilty must be exconerrated as to keep the rest of us under the delusion that our authority figures are as innocent as our assumptions about them.
    Of course I now spend my time avoiding 90% of the people in this world because of this warped rationale.

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