Thursday, September 07, 2006

Earth Clinic tells me that "Molasses Cures Cancer!"

This all makes sense to me now, because in December of 2005, I read the following:
B&G Foods has signed an agreement to acquire the Grandma's Molasses brand from Mott's LLP, a Cadbury Schweppes Americas Beverages company, for US$30m in cash and certain assumed liabilities.

Which immediately made me think about the CEO and Director of B&G, David L. Wenner. According to the B&G website:
Prior to joining B&G Foods, Mr. Wenner spent 13 years at Johnson & Johnson in supervision and management positions, responsible for manufacturing, maintenance and purchasing. Mr. Wenner is active in industry trade groups and has served as President of Pickle Packers International.

So, not only do you have the Johnson & Johnson connection (Read: Secret molasses/cancer research facilities located underground in the gently rolling hills of Garberville, California), you also have the "pickle" connection (Read: You can't work to cure a disease until you know how to cause said disease).

This brought me to a fascinating article from April of 2004 which had the following warning:
The Agency has issued a third update about contamination of Pran brand pickles with the illegal dye Sudan I, after it emerged that a further product, Boroi Sweet Pickle, is affected.

The connections between "Mr." Wenner and the Sudan I pickle poisonings were beginning to make sense. It seems that molasses will likely be a cure to the specific cancer one gets from consumption of the Sudan I pickle.
Dec 11, 2005 (KHARTOUM) — The Ministry of Animal Resources has said that it has confirmed that the reason behind fish perishing in the Blue Nile in Al-Jazirah State was molasses waste being discharged by the sugar factory near the area.

So it seems that the Grandma's Molasses acquisition coincides directly with a fish-killoff in the Sudan.

Makes you look twice, doesn't it?

Monday, September 04, 2006

Steve Irwin Cardiology Journal

I see that you subscribe to the Steve Irwin Cardiology Journal
I am now convinced you've given up on the medical model
That you are embracing the "new medicine" we've both derided over so many pints
I picture you holding a patient's hand and explaining, "Our verbal languages may be different, but this...this we both understand"
I warn you now, my friend
His methods have consequences both legal and ethical
And for every practitioner that successfully steps into his shoes
Twenty others lose their minds

Yes! They go insane!