by Tom Valentine
The story of John Beard might not make a case for institutional evil all by itself, but there are many such stories—the literature is rich in concrete examples. I will comment only on one more, but there are many books written about how the cancer establishment has unfairly and unscientifically destroyed alternatives that may have profoundly affected their monopoly. “ The Cancer Industry ,” by Dr. Ralph Moss is a good example. “ The Burzynski Breakthrough ” by Thomas Elias is a recent tale of the same old institutionalized evil.
At one time I thought seriously about writing a biography of Dr. William F. Koch, a scientist and physician without peer in the cancer research world of 1919 through the 1950s.
Dr. Koch died in exile because the cancer establishment drove him from is native United States. A detailed account of his cancer work is found in a 1968 book, Cancer Cures Crucified , written by Suzanne Caum. She had been a terminal cancer patient who became one of Koch’s many successful cancer cures. It was self-published because no publisher dared touch it. You may find many references to Dr. Koch’s remarkable work on the Internet.
Dr. Koch’s ability as a biochemist thrust biological thinking decades ahead of his time and the seemingly simple cellular oxidation metabolism therapy, called glyoxylide, he invented was, perhaps, too biochemically advanced for the establishment cranks to understand—yet the facts indicate some of them knew full well he was onto something remarkable.
Morris Fishbein, the infamous director of the AMA for decades, knew the value of Koch’s discovery—he tried to tie it up, but failed and turned viciously against Koch.
The destruction of Koch’s reputation and the ruination of his life in America were far too vitriolic and intentional to be mere objection to alleged quackery. Methinks the establishment complained too much.
When the institutionalized evil destroyed Dr. Koch, they set molecular biology back by at least half a century. Koch was that far ahead of his peers in understanding free radical, oxidation-reduction molecular biochemistry.
In The Cancer Industry, Dr. Moss illustrates how the establishment has managed to destroy innovation over and over again without adequately or fairly investigating it or testing it. The American Cancer Society’s list of “unorthodox treatments” has an impressive lineup of ingenious researchers—who were never eagerly nor hopefully investigated. Ironically, Moss tells of one member of the cancer establishment who admitted to him that new ideas for research in our time springs from the denigrated “quacks” of the past.
Dr. Moss lists 63 “unproven methods of cancer treatment” and shows the amount of research the establishment used to allege that they were unacceptable to the monopoly. Many ingenious physicians and researchers were tossed unceremoniously and viciously onto the quack heap just to keep the monopoly safe.
In 1972, President Richard Nixon focused the vast power of the United States government against cancer by declaring “war” on it. More than four decades later and with more than $30 billion taxpayer dollars spent, after adjusting for longer life span, the incidence of cancer continues to go up. The cancer incidence, for example, rose about 44% between 1950 and 1989. The AMA Journal (pretending to be on the side of truth, honesty, health and public service) published an article in 2004 titled: “Are Increasing Five-Year Survival Rates Evidence of Success Against Cancer?” The answer was a resounding “no.”
Cancer has been with mankind from the beginning. The cancer institutions have only been with us less than two centuries. I say it is a death cult operation. That is the only explanation that truly makes sense. I agree that individuals can be quite evil, destructive and vindictive, but the unreasonably suppressive history of the cancer institutions illustrates that a force like the “hidden hand” of Adam Smith’s capitalism manages to arrange individual shortcomings to work together in a concert of evil. There is undoubtedly a powerful cabal controlling all the world’s finances, whose members are devoted to the wretched philosophies one can find under the umbrella of masonry, which by admission is a Luciferian organization.
I say they use their power and influence to maintain this destructive monopoly of medicine that kills in the name of healing and public service—the mirror image!
Tom Valentine (born August 20, 1935, same day as Ron Paul) is a businessman, writer, commentator and radio host with an anti-establishment perspective. He worked with Radio Free America from 1988 to 2004. He tends to align with issues from left and right ends of the political spectrum, as well as libertarianism. His main journalistic interests have been unorthodox health care methods and conspiracy theories. He is a believer in many alternatives as cancer cures, and believes that soy products are unhealthy for human consumption. All of his views are at odds with the mainstream medical community.
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