It's like marching for gun rights at an event where you turn in all your guns for some free canola oil (that kills brain cells). Most of the major cancer funds are nothing but Ponzi schemes that have you invest your time and money so the presidents and CEOs can enjoy their 3-story homes, luxurious vacations, and keep marketing for more sheeple to join in.
Do you really think the Susan B. Komen Foundation and the American Cancer Society (ACS) want to find the cure for cancer? They literally promote all the biggest causes of cancer, including Kentucky Fried Chicken, Mike's Hard Lemonade, chemical pesticides and hormone-laden meats.
The ACS makes no attempt to influence legislation to protect U.S. consumers from known carcinogens, even though they raise over $100 million a year, infiltrating the public school system with their staggering propaganda. The CEO pays himself a mind-blowing $2.4 million salary each year. One year in the 1990s, the Arizona chapter of ACS got caught using 95 percent of donations to pay the salaries and "overhead" costs. ACS has over 3,000 offices in the U.S. Yes, cancer is big business, and we're not talking about prevention or the cure here.
A couple hundred million people in the U.S. still believe there's no cure for cancer. They sport some pink ribbons, wave some pink banners, wear their pink shirts with their pink logos, and get radiated with yearly scam-o-grams (mammograms) that also cause cancer. Those same 200,000,000 people think toxic, cancer-causing chemotherapy is the best way to fight cancer once you get diagnosed, and they have no idea that GMOs, canola oil, monosodium glutamate, nitrates, fluoridated tap water, white (bleached foods), and even most baby formula causes cancer.
Cancer is preventable and curable, but mainstream media will never print or broadcast that. All you get is pink labels and ribbons to give you that warm and fuzzy feeling that somehow you might be helping someone somewhere fight cancer, but you're not. By supporting the corrupt ACS and super-scammer Susan B. Komen Foundation, you're perpetuating a disorder of the cells that's attacking half of America, and killing half of them. You're helping fund cancer. You're walking, running, and marching for the CAUSE, not the cure. You've been hoodwinked.
While pushing pink buckets of cancer-causing fried chicken and liver-destroying alcohol-laced lemonade at their events, Komen claims there's no science that backs up eating less toxic pesticides has any benefit on health. They essentially claim organic food is not safe, while promoting KFC fried chicken and Mike's Hard Lemonade. Wait, what? It's been proven by research that acrylamide chemicals produced during the deep frying process catapult the growth of cancer cells.
Maybe at the Komen march you'll opt out of the fried chicken, because you're not quite that dumb, and instead you'll just eat a few handfuls of pink M&M candies that are made with genetically modified and mutated corn sugar. Komen endorses and promotes a lifestyle that leads to the mutations and uncontrolled division of cells in the human body, causing the sickness they are supposedly trying to cure. It's not going to change a thing if you march or jog a couple kilometers after sucking down a boatload of carcinogens while waving a pink banner. Komen Foundation pulls in more than $50 million a year from the biggest cancer-causing corporations, including PepsiCo and KFC.
There IS a cure for cancer. It starts when you alkalize your body and stop consuming chemicals. It kicks into high gear when you consume spring water and raw, organic vegetables and fruits, but nobody gets rich off that approach. Stick to a plant-based diet as much as possible, and stop giving your money to corporations that fuel the cancer epidemic. Maybe then you can "afford" organic food daily.
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