Shocking Proof That 9/11 Was an Inside Job

As if any more evidence was really needed to prove that the 9/11 attacks were a false flag event orchestrated by the U.S. government, this video that I recently saw for the first time is perhaps the last little piece of evidence that shows us just how much planning was put into the whole operation. In this video, you will see Bush sitting in the classroom on the morning of September 11, 2001 while the children were asked to recite the following words: kite, hit, steel, plane, and must. For anyone who dares to say this was merely coincidence, I am sorry to say that there is no hope for you. There is an overwhelming amount of evidence that the twin towers collapsed as a result of pre-planted explosives rather than commercial airplanes that had supposedly been hijacked by Islamic terrorists. It should take no more than five minutes of research to realize how absurd the official story really is.

If you’ve never seen it, Sofia Smallstorm’s documentary 9/11 Mysteries: Demolitions is worth watching. Of all documentaries that have attempted to expose the 9/11 conspiracy, it is still one of my favorites. Click here to view it on youtube.


Celebrities have said hell no to chemo

A couple days ago I made a post about natural cures for cancer. You may find it interesting to learn that some celebrities and even former president Ronald Reagan refused to undergo chemotherapy once they were diagnosed with cancer. Instead of settling for American treatments, they sought gentler, more natural treatments. Some of these treatments they chose were only available in European countries. It has become apparent that some doctors and patients see the value in turning to nature instead of relying on harsh, synthetic treatments that are sometimes more like poison to the human body.

Learn more about: Reagan’s treatment in Germany

Former model Jessica Richards’ dietary changes

Suzanne Somers rejected conventional treatments

Suzanne Somers has fought breast cancer once through alternative treatments. When she was later misdiagnosed with cancer, this is what she had to say regarding chemotherapy and her options: “If I had been a different kind of patient, Kathleen, when this doctor earlier this year wanted to start me on full body chemotherapy that day, I probably would have taken it. But because I have a lot of information, I was able to stand back and say first that I know I have time to think this through and I’m going to look for other options before I would ever consider that.”

It seems that Suzanne chose the smart route because she took the time to educate herself. Unfortunately, most people are ill-informed and blindly trust their doctor’s advice. They do not realize that there are alternative treatments that are not as harsh and that are possibly much more effective than the conventional methods offered in the U.S. It’s not just money but also education that are both crucial to good health and survival.

Here is the interview where Suzanne talks about the information she has acquired about cancer treatments through research, interviews, and personal experience with the illness:

A Simple Cure for Cancer

Would you think I was crazy if I told you that the cure for cancer might come down to something as simple as vitamins and herbs? Did you know that many people have been able to fight cancer by taking vitamin B-17? Did you know that in some tribes and civilizations across the world, cancer does not even exist? It is believed that those people all remain cancer free because of their healthy diets that are rich in B-17. I feel the need to get all this info out there since I didn’t know about any of it until a few weeks ago, and, of course, no one ever talks about it.

If you were ever diagnosed with cancer, what options would you have? Most people think of surgery and chemotherapy as the only options that are currently available. No one ever thinks of something so simple as nutrition and taking vitamins. We don’t consider cancer to be a vitamin deficiency because we have always been taught to see cancer as some strange, foreign thing that attacks or mutates the cells in our body. Is it possible that we have been deceived purposefully by doctors and the medical industry? What if they want us to see cancer as some strange mystery so that we will feel helpless and be willing to undergo any kind of treatment, no matter how harmful or severe, because we think it will help? Do doctors recommend these harsh, often ineffective treatments simply because they are profitable? Think about it. Cheap, simple cures and healthy people do not help doctors make money. They make money off of patients with chronic illness who require expensive surgeries and medications that don’t cure the illness. Besides, doctors cannot make any money off of vitamins. Vitamins obviously don’t require prescriptions from your doctor. Why would doctors promote nutrition as a means of fighting an illness like cancer? There is absolutely no money in that.

I watched a couple of really good documentaries (Cancer – The Forbidden Cures and A World Without Cancer), and I very strongly encourage you to watch those. It might change the way you see cancer. At the very least, I hope you will hang onto the knowledge you obtain through those videos so that you can consider all your options if you are ever diagnosed with cancer. I have already started increasing my intake of B-17 to help prevent cancer. The simplest way to do this is to start eating the seeds of fruits like apricots, peaches, nectarines, and apples. Crack open the pit of an apricot or a peach and inside you will find an almond shaped seed. The seed is edible but tastes quite bitter, so I find it helpful to chop the seed and mix it with some milk or juice.

Here’s one last thing that might get you thinking about the possibility of vitamins as a cure. B-17 has been banned in the U.S. since the 1970s. Hmm, kind of odd that a vitamin has been banned, don’t you think? The FDA claimed that B-17 contains cyanide and is poisonous. It’s true these seeds contain cyanide, but the cyanide is only released if there are cancerous cells in your body. The cyanide does not attack your normal, healthy cells. If someone tells you that eating the seeds of fruit is dangerous, don’t fall for it. I believe the only way you could be harmed by eating these seeds is if you ate an excessive number of them. Now isn’t it puzzling how chemotherapy is legal in the U.S., yet it is considered a carcinogen and attacks all the cells in your body, both the good and the bad? They’re fighting cancer with something that causes cancer? Oh yeah, that’s right. There’s lots of money in chemotherapy but none in vitamins.

I have read that if you want to buy B-17 capsules, you’ll have to order them from Mexico since they have been banned in the U.S. If you’re interested to know how effective B-17 is at fighting cancer, there’s a lot of testimony found on the internet of people who have fought cancer through vitamin treatment. I don’t want to go into too many more details because I just wanted to get the point across that adequate nutrition might be the cure for cancer. You can find a good amount of information about B-17 on the internet, but I’m also willing to try answering any questions that you may have. If you know someone who has cancer and is suffering, please pass this information along to them. Vitamin treatment just might save their life or, at the very least, help ease some of their pain and suffering. I think this is important knowledge that is being withheld from the public.

Are you willing to give up all of your rights?

Last time I checked, having guaranteed rights was a good thing. You know, I’m talking about those basic rights, like the right to freedom of speech, the right to vote, and the right to bear arms. There is no doubt that we are living in a time when these basic rights are not always guaranteed, and every day it seems that someone is trying to take away another one of our rights. But here’s what I want to know, how do you feel about losing your basic rights? Do you want to give them up without a fight?

My boyfriend called me yesterday and told me he had to step away from his coworkers for a minute. He sounded appalled and disgusted by what they were saying. He said there was a petition going around and that his coworkers said they were willing to sign it. If you haven’t heard about this yet, I hope you’re as equally disgusted as I was when I first heard about it. This petition asks people to help repeal the bill of rights. That’s absurd enough, but what’s worse is that so many people simply said, “Sure, I’ll sign it.” What is wrong with these people?!

I immediately hopped online to search for this petition and quickly discovered it was fake. Mark Dice is a political activist who pulled this prank to see how many people would actually sign the petition. It was a huge relief to know that this was nothing more than a prank, but then I still felt really disturbed due to the fact that so many Americans were eager to sign a petition that could help take away all of their rights.

Seriously, I don’t know what’s dumber – most Americans or to have an ounce of faith in humanity! I hate to say this, but the average person is so uneducated and misinformed about everything that I think we are doomed to fail.

If you have any faith at all left in people, you probably don’t want to watch this video of Mark asking people to sign the petition. It’s kind of funny, but not really.

GMOs and Population Control

In the spring of 2009, I became a vegetarian. It seemed like an impossible change in the beginning, but it actually got easier and easier the longer I stuck with it. I’m at the point where I don’t think I could eat a piece of chicken or a hamburger again. I don’t even like to touch meat. I’m proud of myself for making a positive change that will benefit my health while also decreasing support for factory farms where animals are often treated worse than a pile of garbage.

Now the time has come again for another drastic change in my diet. With the recent protests and talk of GMOs, I finally decided today that it’s time to switch to a non-GMO diet. I feel bad for not making this change years ago, and I have no idea what kind of damage has been done to my body because of it. I guess what is most important right now is that I have made the decision to do what I can to stop poisoning my body. I’m sure it will be an adjustment, but I feel the same kind of commitment now that I did back in 2009 to go veggie.

If you’ve researched non-GMO foods and brands, you know how short that list is. All the major food companies are producing GMO foods. The government made claims that GMOs help produce larger yields, which means that more people would be fed. There has been no evidence to suggest that this is true. The reality is that GMOs have not been researched enough, so there is no way of knowing their impact on human health. What we might actually have here is an effort to ruin people’s health and to reduce the population. We live in a scary world where the government takes little responsibility to look out for its people. Is this GMO thing all about money, or is there something much more sinister going on with this push to get all countries to grow GMO crops?

Readers, have any of you adopted a non-GMO diet or is this something you haven’t put much thought into?

Are you an extremist or a terrorist?


If you’re like me, you’re thinking, “I’m just an average American who doesn’t want to hurt anybody. There’s no way I’m an extremist or terrorist.”

What if I told you that according to the Obama administration, people who are dedicated to a single issue, such as opposition to abortion or immigration, are considered a possible threat. If you want to see for yourself, here’s the DHS report written in 2009 by Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.

In this report, Napolitano identified many groups and individuals whom are considered a potential threat to homeland security. Some of these groups/individuals include:

  • white supremacist and anti-government groups
  • people who reject government authority
  • people who reject federal authority in favor of state or local authority
  • people dedicated to a single issue
  • people who support the 2nd amendment
  • people who stockpile food, ammunition, or weapons
  • people who believe in anti-government conspiracy theories
  • those who express concerns about the Obama administration
  • people who fear economic collapse in the United States
  • people who are unemployed
  • disgruntled military veterans

So do you fit the description of a terrorist or extremist now? The way the document was written, I bet almost anybody you know could be considered a possible terrorist by the government, and that’s scary. If you even think, question things, stand up for an issue, or disagree with the Obama administration, you might be a bad guy. What does this tell me? I believe it indicates that the only way not to be considered a threat is to blindly follow the leader and never question a thing. Give up your rights and freedom, don’t concern yourself with the future, and make no efforts to prepare for your survival in case shit really hits the fan one day in the not-so-distant future. Hope I’m gone by that point.

What has this country come to when a 13 year old boy in middle school is questioned by the secret service for making a harmless post on facebook? The boy says he’s now more careful about what he posts online. So in other words, he now hesitates to express his thoughts and opinions out of fear. Here’s the story.

Here’s another story about a 16 year old being questioned by feds for a youtube video he created for a class project. Young people like him should be commended for investigating what is happening in the world. Instead, the government wants to do nothing but stifle these questioning minds.