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Dr Richard Teo – Thoughts of Life, Wealth, Success & Happiness

A very meaningful speech by Late Dr Richard Teo.


Those who see and hear this video, if you can understood well what he said, you will understood well on what the current medical industries want your health to become. Your Health is their Economy and Wealth.

Cholesterol Fraud

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Because of the propaganda, you can be forgiven for thinking that cholesterol is a harmful alien substance that should be avoided at all costs. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. Cholesterol is an essential component in the body. It is found in all the cells of the body, particularly in the brain and nerve cells. Body cells are continually

dying and new ones being made. Cholesterol is a major building block from which cell walls are made. Cholesterol is also used to make a number of other important substances: hormones (including the sex hormones), bile acids and, in conjunction with sunlight on the skin, vitamin D 3 . The body uses large quantities of cholesterol every day and the substance is so important that, with the exception of brain cells, every body cell has the ability to make it.

Cholesterol may be ingested in animal products, but less than twenty percent of your body’s cholesterol needs will be supplied in this way. Your body then makes up the difference. If you eat less cholesterol, your body merely compensates by making more. Although the media and food companies still warn against cholesterol in diet, it has been repeatedly demonstrated that the level of cholesterol in your blood is affected very little by the amount of cholesterol you eat.


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From an economic perspective, the American Cancer Industry (1) has the perfect business model. Chemical and pharmaceutical companies make immense profits from selling carcinogenic chemicals that enter, or are intentionally put into, our food, water, air, clothing or housing (2), then make another immense profit by manufacturing and selling ex

pensive, inefficient and toxic drugs to treat the cancers and other diseases promoted by their own products, not to mention the additional drugs to make the side-effects of the primary drugs bearable.

To make the scam perfect, they let the taxpayer fund their research into new ways to not cure cancer while still selling the resulting drugs at obscene profits. To ensure that the public remains blissfully unaware of the true facts concerning cancer, they have set up front groups like the American Cancer Society to spread disinformation in the name of cancer education, while their puppet agency in government, the FDA, is fighting an aggressive turf war to keep effective alternative treatments off the market.

Ralph Nader gets it partially right when he writes (3), “The pharmaceutical industry is adept at promoting the idea that the rising drug prices in the U.S. are the result of the companies’ research expenditures. But the hard numbers don’t support this transparent public relations ploy.”

“The drug industry likes to claim that high prices are needed to pay for research and development, but these price increases have much more to do with corporate profits than the research costs for these drugs that occurred many years ago,” the executive director of Families USA Ron Pollock says.

In fact, the pharmaceutical industry is the most profitable industry in the nation. Profit margins in the industry in 2000 were four times the average of Fortune 500 companies. And the compensation packages for drug company executives are lavish. (..)

The pharmaceutical industry’s claims about its research and development expenditures are diminished by the fact that the federal government has given the industry generous packages of tax credits, massive taxpayer-funded R&D support by the National Institutes of Health, and other federal agencies, subsidized loans from the Export-Import Bank of the United States, and R&D monopoly patent extensions.

In 1998, the US Government spent $2.4 billion on cancer research, and well-meaning volunteers who have been brainwashed by the cancer industry’s propaganda (which says that throwing money at the problem is the solution), pharma lobbyists and doctors are still calling for more. But research spending is nothing compared to profits made from ineffective and dangerous treatments. Dr. Mercola writes, “The economics of cancer treatment are astounding. Cancer treatment is close to $100 billion annually ($100,000,000,000). The chemotherapy part of that by 1995 will be up to $8.5 billion. Looking from another angle: the Bristol Myers company owns patents on twelve of the nearly forty “FDA-approved” chemotherapeutic drugs. The president, past president, chairman of the board, and a couple of the directors of Bristol Myers all hold positions on the board at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. (..)

We are obviously losing ground with conventional cancer treatment, because the death rates keep going up. The reason for this is because conventional treatment is based on a faulty standard: That the body must be purged of cancer by aggressive and toxic methods such as surgery chemotherapy and radiation therapy. This, of course, seemed reasonable back in 1894 when William Halsted, M.D. did the first radical mastectomy, but it has proven to be so wrong over the last 50 years that continuing to adhere to it constitutes more fraud than honest mistake. However, this standard still dominates conventional cancer therapy, and until that changes, we will continue to lose ground with cancer.

But most people have been so brainwashed by the cancer propaganda, they think the war on cancer is being won. To solidify public support and to capitalize on it at the same time, the cancer industry operates front groups posing as humanitarian non-profits and educational societies.
The most well known such group is the extremely wealthy American Cancer Society. This phony charity (4) 4 plays the “blame the victim game” by emphasizing personal responsibility for diet and lifestyle to the exclusion of environmental carcinogens produced by its wealthy industrial sponsors. In a 1999 paper that made #3 on Project Censored’s 2000 list of most important stories ignored by the mass media, Samuel Epstein writes (4)

A 1992 article in the Wall Street Journal, by Thomas diLorenzo, professor of economics at Loyola college and veteran investigator of nonprofit organizations, revealed that the Texas affiliate of the ACS owned more than $11 million worth of assets in land and real estate, as well as more than 56 vehicles, including 11 Ford Crown Victorias for senior executives and 45 other cars assigned to staff members. Arizona’s ACS chapter spent less than 10 percent of its funds on direct community cancer services. In California, the figure was 11 percent, and under 9 percent in Missouri. (..) Most of the funds raised by the ACS go to pay overhead salaries, fringe benefits and travel expenses of its national executives in Atlanta. They also go to pay chief executive officers who earn six-figure salaries in several states, and the hundreds of other employees who work out of some 3,000 regional offices nationwide.

Epstein then discusses the ACS’s track record of sabotaging environmental and consumer protection efforts. Highlights include: In 1992, in conjunction with the NCI, the ACS aggressively launched a “chemoprevention” program aimed at recruiting 16,000 healthy women at supposedly “high risk” of breast cancer into a 5-year clinical trial with a highly profitable drug called tamoxifen. This drug is manufactured by one of the world’s most powerful cancer drug industries, Zeneca, an offshoot of the Imperial Chemical Industries.. The women were told that the drug was essentially harmless, and that it could reduce their risk of breast cancer. What the women were not told was that tamoxifen had already been shown to be a highly potent liver carcinogen in rodent tests, and also that it was well-known to induce human uterine cancer.

In 1993, just before PBS Frontline aired the special entitled, “In Our Children’s Food,” the ACS came out in support of the pesticide industry. In a damage-control memorandum sent to some forty-eight regional divisions, the ACS trivialized pesticides as a cause of childhood cancer, and reassured the public that carcinogenic pesticide residues in food are safe, even for babies. When the media and concerned citizens called local ACS chapters, they received reassurances from an ACS memorandum by its Vice President for Public Relations: “The primary health hazards of pesticides are from direct contact with the chemicals at potentially high doses, for example, farm workers who apply the chemicals and work in the fields after the pesticides have been applied, and people living near aerially sprayed fields… The American Cancer Society believes that the benefits of a balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables far outweigh the largely theoretical risks posed by occasional, very low pesticide residue levels in foods.”

Another high-profile cancer scam is “National Breast Cancer Awareness Month” which promotes mammography for all women over the age of 20 (!) as a means of preventing breast cancer, even though mammography is ineffective, dangerous and due to the x-rays causes breast cancer in the long run7, and safe and better alternatives for screening exist. The principal sponsor of NBCAM is Zeneca, which makes the breast cancer drug tamoxifen6 and is also a manufacturer of industrial chemicals known to cause breast cancer 4. Other sponsors include mammography providers and equipment manufacturers. Sadly, but not surprisingly given the corporate media’s non-existent critical coverage, this group’s self-serving annual declaration of October as “national breast cancer awareness month” and of October 19th as “National Mammography Day” enjoys widespread public support. Legions of well-meaning volunteers “race for the cure”, “run for hope”, sell t-shirts and pink ribbons, and don’t realize that they’ve been had by an industry welfare stunt that will ensure only one thing: that breast cancer rates will continue to climb.
Barbara Ehrenreich puts it succinctly in a recent speech:

But by ignoring or under emphasizing the issue of environmental causes, the pink-ribbon crowd function as willing dupes of what could be called the Cancer Industrial Complex: by which I mean the multinational corporate enterprise which with the one hand doles out carcinogens and disease and, with the other, offers expensive, semi-toxic, pharmaceutical treatments.

No profitable business will ever try to eliminate itself. The cancer establishment, a cartel consisting of the NIH, the NCI, the American Cancer Society, the FDA, the AMA and the pharmaceutical industry survives and thrives by perpetually searching for “The Cure” but never finding it. Effective prevention of cancer, or cheap, effective cures (both exist, but are being suppresed8) are anathema to its own survival instincts. This multi-billion dollar juggernaut is simply not interested in finding a cure, unless that cure consists of patented drugs that can be sold at a premium and patients need to take it for the rest of their lives.

Ralph W. Moss, author of The Cancer Industry10 writes about the suppressed cancer treatment of Dr. William Coley, “What shocked me most was that this promising treatment was unavailable in the United States. We had launched a “war on cancer,” but one which seemed focused on finding new patentable drugs rather than exploring therapies with the greatest potential, regardless of their origins. Was it possible, I wondered, that Coley’s toxins had been neglected because they were unpatentable and too darn cheap to make money for drug companies? Many insiders hinted as much. ”

Daniel Haley, a former member of the New York State Legislature and author of the book Politics in Healing: The Suppression and Manipulation of American Medicine11 relates the following suppression story: “Just how far we have regressed in treating cancer becomes apparent when we review the story of Dr. William F. Koch (pronounced “Coke”) of Detroit, who was curing cancer with one shot in the 1930s and 40s. Koch had theorized that cancer formed as a result of a metabolic defect brought on by a toxin or injury and related to an inability to burn off such toxins. His anti-toxin, *glyoxylide, made use of an oxidizing catalyst to burn off toxins that might otherwise become cancerous. This writer personally knows one such former patient. Now 50 and quite healthy, she had been diagnosed–at the tender age of three months–with terminal liver cancer. It took just one shot of Dr. Koch’s glyoxylide to cause the tumor to disappear in six months.

The JAMA denounced Koch as a quack after he refused to sell his protocol to the AMA. At the instigation of the AMA, the FDA put him on trial in 1942 and 1946. They did not succeed in getting a conviction, but neither could Dr. Koch secure an acquittal: in the atmosphere of the U.S. struggle against the Nazis, some jurors could not conceive that their government was lying. When the FDA finally dismissed the indictment in 1948, Dr. Koch lost little time moving to Brazil before the FDA could trump up another indictment. He never revealed his manufacturing process. Dr. Koch’s one-shot cancer therapy died with him. Today researchers have shown the value of many oxygen-yielding protocols (such as hydrogen peroxide and ozone therapy) for treating various disease processes. ”

Haley concludes, “In a free market, where non-toxic therapies can openly compete with toxic therapies, and information is not suppressed, consumers will make informed choices. This is exactly what the pharmaceutical companies don’t want. Dancing to their tune, the FDA ferociously keeps off the market effective, nontoxic therapies that might provide formidable competition for patented, and often toxic, pharmaceutical drugs. By keeping these therapies off the market, the FDA is not protecting the public from harm. It is protecting the pharmaceutical companies from effective competition. With an average of 65% to 75% of FDA employees working for drug companies upon their retirement, that’s not surprising. Lancet editor Richard Horton wrote, “The FDA is not only compromised because it receives so much funding from industry but because it comes under incredible Congressional pressure to be favorable to industry. That has led to deaths.”

Many other promising cancer treatments have been created in the 20th century, and then lost again due to suppression, such as the machines of Rife and Priore. But this information does not reach the ivory towers of biomedical research. The barrier of “scientific bigotry” that separates mainstream cancer research from reality remains intact. A recent Scientific American article on angiogenesis concludes with a typical mission statement:9:

Perhaps, as safe oral antiangiogenic drugs are developed and become available, cancer patients will be able to take “a pill a day to keep the cancer away.” If so, forms of cancer that are currently untreatable will be reduced to chronic health problems similar to hypertension or diabetes, and many more people will be able to live long satisfying lives.

The article of course forgets to mention the long, satisfying profits that this damage-control approach of treating the symptoms and ignoring the causes will produce for the pharma industry.
The defenders of the status quo predictably dismiss cancer dissidents as cranks, and their arguments as quackery, pseudo-science, fear mongering, and environmental radicalism. As far as prevention is concerned, they perpetually hide behind the smokescreen of the safe dose, parroting the chemical industry mantra that below a certain dose, a toxin can do no harm. What they of course neglect to take into account is that in everyday life, we are exposed to small amounts of tens of thousands of such toxins whose interactions and synergies in the body are far too complex to be ever understood theoretically. Even if a safe dose existed separately for each compound, it is clear that exposure to all these “safe” doses at once is not safe at all. Concerning treatment, conventional medical wisdom maintains that “cut-burn-and-poison” is the state of the art of cancer treatment, and that the only hope for improvement lies in new pharmaceuticals drugs.

In conclusion, the “war on cancer” is one of the most costly frauds (both in terms of money and human suffering) that has ever been perpetrated on the public. Appalling amounts of money have been spent in its pursuit, but the oncological emperor is naked. True and effective cancer prevention is possible today, but would require radical public policy changes according to the principle of unsafe until proven safe (by independent, non industry-funded research), which are not likely to happen in a world where the public good has been hijacked by economic special interests. “The Cure” will similarly continue to prove elusive since economic interests dictate that it has to come in the form of a patentable pharmaceutical agent, a priori excluding natural remedies and non-chemical treatments that have been used successfully to treat cancer8) .

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