In case you're not sure, a Ponzi scheme is where some huckster person or company gets you to invest your money in their product or service they claim will yield you massive return of capital. Then, a small portion of your own money is given back to you as "profits" or "gains." You get excited. It's working! Then, a little bit smaller amount of money is given to you, as more "gains." Then the "profits" quickly dry up, and guess who disappears with the majority of your money?
Only with conventional food, you not only lose all your money, you lose your health and life along the way. You see, you'd think it's worth it to buy conventional food instead of organic, because it's cheaper and "not that much different," but you'd be dead wrong on both counts, as we'll show you now, and how.
Today's conventional produce and grains are nearly all genetically modified to contain pesticides in the plant genes, then sprayed with carcinogenic herbicide, and often treated with cancer-spreading chemicals during processing to kill bacteria and prolong shelf life, all while shortening human life for those who consume it.
Therefore, your "investment" of saving money on food is secretly costing you everything you have, and the conventional food Ponzi scheme is in full effect for Biotech, Big Food, and Big Pharma.
According to studies conducted by Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center in Seattle, cancer patients may be suffering just as much from the cancer treatment BILLS as they are from the cell disorder and the conventional, toxic treatments that yield a miserable three percent success rate. Who knew? The average cost of cancer treatment in America exceeds $150,000, and don't even start to lie and claim insurance will cover it all. Every patients financial picture is carefully analyzed before treatments ever begin, and that's not about the insurance, it's about dragging people through the dirt until they're broke, then sending them home to die.
Cancer is NOT a disease. You can't catch it from people (except for HPV). Cancer is a disorder of the cells. The establishment wants everyone to believe it's incurable, inherited, but "manageable." Cancer happens at the cellular level when you consume or ingest chemicals and sugar, and that's the die-hard truth. Your cells mutate, divide uncontrollably, and turn and attack your good cells. That's the fight. That's the war that's going on inside your body. Will you feed the cancer the fuel it needs to win, or will you starve it and choose organic? Which is cheaper? Which costs you your health and life, and earlier on than ever?
Fact: Nearly every cancer drug the FDA approves costs over $100,000 per year. Are you spending that much more on organic food than you would on conventional? Wow. You must have an enormous family. Even joining a nice gym or some hot yoga classes won't run up that kind of tab.
Fact: Millions of patients think their insurance covers most of cancer's costs, but later find out they're on the hook for tens-of-thousands of dollars in deductibles and co-pays from "follow-up tests" that occur for years, including imaging and scans, and that's just grazing the surface of the horror story. What comes next will convince you to buy organic everything always, and from now on, plus filter ALL of your drinking water.
From radical double mastectomy to chemotherapy drug injections and "the drip," patients can rack up a $30,000 debt before doctors are even sure what they're looking at. Is that gray blob on your x-ray a cancer tumor or a medical examiner's finger print smudge? Did you get your false-positive reading back from that scam-o-gram (mammogram) yet? Maybe, according to all the cancer "specialists," it's time to use a knife to cut out your bad cells. Do you wonder how that works? Don't worry, oncologists all have very technical explanations for it, right after they review your financial profile with the head administrators of the "institution."
Tune in to Oncology.news for more information about how conventional cancer treatments can be as deadly as the cell disorder itself. It's time to re-examine the "cost" of organic food, because it's really your rescue that needs analyzing.
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