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Natural News on Angelina Jolie

Posted in Uncategorized by Scott Sommers on May 16, 2013

A link to Natural News about Angelina Jolie’s surgery is making the rounds. The claim is that Ms. Jolie is the victim of a cancer industry that promotes mutilation. This is utter garbage.

Natural News is a conspiracy theory venue. Even a brief look at their website shows what it’s really about. It features articles explaining the evils of vaccination and how it kills your children
http://www.naturalnews.com/vaccines.html
It features videos about Bill Gates and his plan to exterminate humanity
http://www.naturalnews.com/Bill_Gates.html
It promotes 9/11 conspiracy theory
http://www.naturalnews.com/9-11.html
and conspiracy theories about chemtrails
http://www.naturalnews.com/chemtrails.html

Natural News is one of the Bibles for hard-core conspiracy theorist.

The writer of this article is Mike Adams. Mr. Adams goes by the industry name of the Health Ranger. He is a hard-core conspiracy theorist. Take a look at his website for some of the facts on what Mike believes. The Natural News features many of his articles; you can start there. But let me list just a few of his ideas about how the world really works.

Vaccines cause autism
http://www.naturalnew.com/02178_autism_vaccines.html
America has devolved into a nation of welfare zombies
http://www.naturalnews.com/040107_welfare_zombies_brain_stem_damage.html#ixzz2TT3XReW8
The Boston Marathon Bombers were working for the FBI
http://www.naturalnews.com/039996_security_theater_Boston_marathon_FBI_terror.html
More guns are good
http://www.naturalnews.com/039813_First_Amendment_gun_control_Bill_of_Rights.html

I think you get the message by now. Don’t read anything that appears in Natural News. If you somehow get exposed to this nonsense, wash your hands as quickly as possible. Maybe take a shower. It’s like immersing yourself in a pile of garbage. Get out of there as quickly as you can or the stench will overpower you.

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  1. Don Largo said, on March 13, 2014 at 11:24 am

    My grandmother was a victim of the Cancer Society. They cut out piece after piece of her lungs until the money ran out, and then when there was no more to be had, she conveniently died. Thank god she ran out of money because they really caused her a great deal of pain and suffering. The cancer society is a cancer. Angelina Jolie, for her part, is just another empty-headed narcissist and 3rd rate actress. As for vaccines, they do cause problems in small numbers, a fact pretty much inherent in vaccines. It isn’t about conspiracy so much as civil and human rights and the government taking it upon itself to force citizens to take risks–with or without their consent. If you are in doubt, I am sure that there is statistical data documenting the risk for any given vaccine–no matter how slight that risk may be. No conspiracy there.

    Bill Gates is a sociopath who made it rich selling an OS (DOS) which he had not yet paid for and parlaying that into his infamous battleship, the H.M.S. MicroCrash. Bernard Madoff did something similar and it was labeled a Ponzi scheme. The difference? Perhaps a conspiracy.

    The FBI, CIA and NSA have all been known to commit acts of treachery in violation of the US Constitution, good sense and common decency. If some people wonder about the semantic power shift inherent in a transition from “terrorism” to just “terror,” those agencies have invited speculation from any one with any critical thinking skills at all. Not so much conspiracy as it is reasonable doubt and prior experience. El Mazote, Air America and the School of the Americas all leap to mind alongside less significant events such as Ronnie Raygun’s order for surveillance of an insignificant Latin American civil rights advocacy group in Eugene, OR.

    The article about the guns is not a conspiracy theory at all. It is a reasonably sensible discussion of the ins and outs of civil rights in I-merica and how gun control advocacy relates to that issue. The article does make use a few assumptions which I would not choose, but that hardly constitutes a conspiracy unless you are suggesting one?

    I think you get the message by now. In your haste to attack conspiracy theories, you appear to want to allow your fear of conspiracy to rule your analytical abilities. Would it not be more productive to declare openly and honestly what your motives and agenda really are? At the very least, read more carefully and avoid tossing the baby with the bathwater. And on the theme of conspiracy theory by the way, my uncle is none other than Les Robertson.

    I hope the rest of your blog entries show more careful analysis and depth of thought, and I hope you have enjoyed my cinco centavitos’ worth.


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