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We became silent. The last days of health freedom | Kevin P. Miller

Article Published: 2008/09/19
Keywords: corruption, control, pharmaceutical, WHO, drugs, health, freedom
Views: 2934
Hotlink: http://www.forces.org/News_Portal/news_viewer/1437-We+became+silent+The+last+days+of+health+freedom+.html

Powerful documentary about the suffocation of personal choice by public health institutions and multinational corporations. A must-see. More information by clicking on the link.



A Short Course in Brain Surgery | Stuart Browning

Article Published: 2008/09/19
Keywords: medicare, health, propaganda
Views: 5164
Hotlink: http://www.forces.org/News_Portal/news_viewer/1439-A+Short+Course+in+Brain+Surgery.html

We are all familiar with the Michael Moore’s movie “Sicko”. Moore is a great supporter of “universal” medicare. There is no coin with just one face. Universal medicare systems are just as bankrupt and expensive as the American system is, and just as corrupt and dysfunctional. More comments and information by clicking on the hot link.



The Price of Innocence

Article Published: 2008/07/04
Keywords: Elliott, Big, Pharma, Chantix, cessation, fraud
Views: 3228
Hotlink: http://www.forces.org/News_Portal/news_viewer/1273-The+Price+of+Innocence.html

James Elliott, a military veteran, learned the falsity of Tobacco Control when he was used as a guinea pig for ineffective and dangerous "smoking cessation" medication. More details at the Hotlink.



America: from Freedom to Fascism | Aaron Russo

Article Published: 2008/02/22
Keywords: irs, tax, federal reserve, constitution
Views: 2703

Film-maker Aaron Russo traces grave erosion of personal liberty in the USA to the establishment of the constitutionally unsound income tax in 1913. Much has gone downhill since. We recommend this fascinating film to all readers.



Too fat for treatment, Part 1 | Tonight with Trevor McDonald

Article Published: 2007
Keywords: fat, overweight, smoking, discrimination, fraud, blackmail, nhs, surgery, lifestyle
Views: 6281

“Free care for all without prejudice”: another socialist dream that failed. A mismanaged system that is now broke, and uses epidemiological trash science – the fit-all tool of the con artist – to give the fault of the failure to those who paid and pay for it. Once again medicine becomes a tool for power and social blackmail.



Too fat for treatment, Part 2 | Tonight with Trevor McDonald

Article Published: 2007
Keywords: fat, overweight, smoking, discrimination, fraud, blackmail, nhs, surgery, lifestyle
Views: 6408

Part II of the coverage.



Too fat for treatment, Part 3 | Tonight with Trevor McDonald

Article Published: 2007
Keywords: fat, overweight, smoking, discrimination, fraud, blackmail, nhs, surgery, lifestyle
Views: 6390

Part III of the coverage.



Talking about media slant!

Article Published: 2007
Keywords: Jeremy, Paxman, Newsnight, BBC, Myron, Ebell, Competitive, Enterprise, Institute, John, Mitchell
Views: 3027

Dramatic example of media slant against those who denounce the “man-made global warming” fraud. The function of the mass-media is to convince people that there is man-made global warming, that there is danger from passive smoking exposure, and that there are five million “deaths” from smoking in spite of the fact that absolutely, positively NO hard science can support those assertions.



Tobacco in Cinema History | Thomas Edison

Article Published: 1890/10/10
Keywords: cinema, advertising, tobacco, history, edison
Views: 3193

Anti doesn't like it but tobacco is an intrinsic part of culture, part of US history particularly, and of cinema history. Two short films here: the first US copyrighted motion picture (1894) depicts a man taking a pinch of snuff, sneezing, and glancing at the camera; the second (1897) is among the earliest promotional films and depicts circus performers enjoying Admiral cigarettes: the first known cigarette "commercial." Both of these short pieces were produced by a man of noted prohibitionist tendencies, Thomas Edison, who nonetheless recognized tobacco's ubiquity and appeal.







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