THE DEMONIC “CRAZY” RANT by Cathy D. Slaght
Any time I hear someone labeled as crazy by a journalist, I want evidence. If it can't be provided - the name caller just keeps repeating crazy-crazy-crazy- then I know they are familiar with the art of propaganda. In other words, repeat something enough and it will be believed. (A premise well taught by Edward Bernays.)
This leads me to suspect that there's new, vital information- and that whoever writes the paychecks doesn't want it out there.
Sometimes it could be ego-related. Classic example – Ignaz Semmelweis, the doctor who first suggested washing hands in between working on cadavers and patients. He was literally confined to a mental institution, where he was beaten to death.
(You can go to www.google.com and research – all kinds of information on people who were first labeled “crazy” but turned out to be right)
Here’s one more example-
Gary Webb- Pulitzer Prize winning journalist who published evidence that the CIA was assisting with the smuggling of cocaine into America. The journalistic community attacked him- he was forced to quit his job- then 2 years later it turned out he was right. The CIA had been covering it up for more than a decade. Of course, THIS story was barely covered in the media. Webb ended up committing suicide.
And- just so you know- the CIA did the investigation that proved Webb was right. It does not appear that the CIA is “all bad”- not much of anything is. The point, instead, is - question everything. It doesn’t take all that much time. Plenty of us probably spend more time playing games on our smart phones.
So, another question- we’re now seeing diseases- some at epidemic levels- that appear to be related to GUT IMBALANCE. What part of this can be attributed to GMO, vaccinations, pharmeceuticals, sugar…and so on?
For example- did you ever look up the correlation between antibiotics and Alzheimer’s? If not, here’s the information - ONE antibiotic for an ear infection increases the risk of getting Alzheimer’s by FOUR times.
Don’t take my word for this- check it out yourself.
It appears that the people we trust to take care of us may have other motivations. What they are extremely proficient at, though, is labeling anyone who questions them as crazy. They do this via the media.
But, can we- normal everyday people, who typically prefer not to be terminally ill or in a state of life-dulling depression - still THINK for OURSELVES? If so – when we see something that doesn’t make sense, why are we afraid to speak up? Is it that we don’t want to be labeled a “conspiracy theorist”- which means crazy? (that term was coined in 1961 by the CIA, to KEEP people from questioning.)
As far as the post heading, “demonic crazy rant”- there is a force of destruction that accompanies misinformation, particularly when it’s related to keeping certain entities powerful, wealthy, etc., at the expense of others.
Call it what you like-
Meanwhile, back to the mundane- can you find documentation ANYWHERE that validates eating 3 meals a day? That’s what we’re talking about next- and yes, it sounds crazy to question such a basic premise. For example, WE ALL KNOW breakfast is the most important meal of the day! More tomorrow-
And yes, it’s okay if you think I’m crazy. It puts me in good company.
Today’s scan- etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght