... to be honest I'm not sure
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
“Oh well, you proved us wrong”, said the doctors when I arrived for a checkup on Thursday last week. “The X-ray was all clear, but we will need to do an MRI to get a full picture ‘tho”. Hmmm, glad I knocked back that chemo crap ‘cos I’d have lost all my hair and I wouldn’t look too good dead.
I have known seven people who have contracted cancer, including my wife of almost 40 years, all had chemo... and very quickly all died. I had refused to check out just yet, I have some important things I have to do yet and chemo was not one of the remedial measures I had planned on.
I have been reticent about explaining what I did do, because I don’t have an answer for anyone other than myself. So take from it what you will, it could apply to you too, but maybe not.
Not legally available here
Massive amounts of vitamin C, 2,000 mg per day (you can’t overdose on it) and maximum doses of highly concentrated hemp oil... both are illegal. And I suffered two serious overdoses on hemp oil concentrate while trying to arrive at the correct maximum dosage. I hate the stuff. Unfortunately doctors don’t want to know about anything other than chemo at $1500 a bottle.
The vitamin C sachets came from the US and the hemp oil from South Australia. Each course costs $4,000 but I have some amazing friends who ensured I didn’t pay a cent, but they still destroy me at golf as I have lost a lot of strength and muscle memory. But my aim is to be playing off six again by year’s end.
I also consumed heaps of fresh red stuff; tomatoes, beetroot, red capsicums, cherries, raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, red oranges, rhubarb, red wine and red onions. I go through the supermarket and collect anything red. But NO sugar, you must always avoid sugar!
Now, I can’t be certain of anything working, it maybe just a positive mind, but I feel certain something is working for me.
The hemp oil arrived in a package that had been intercepted and opened by the Post Office. The sender was arrested the next day in Adelaide and her entire stock of expensive processed oil was confiscated. But another person who had been processing the marijuana undertook to send all her existing customers, including me, a complete new course without charge.
It’s costing someone with a lot of faith a lot of time and money.
The problem is it needs to be free for two reasons... 1, it needs the maximum number of trial patients and 2, the provider can’t be seen to be “dealing”. Soon it will all be legal, and I then I can tell you where to go... but not yet. I know a lot of my followers have cancer and I will be open about my experience as soon as possible without causing false hopes.
So, I cannot say anything has worked, I can only say it appears to have worked for me, but if I had taken nothing I may have been okay anyway. I simply flat out refused to die. And doctors refuse to embrace anything they can’t make a quid from.
You all might agree with the doctor who said this on TV yesterday: “If we could ban cigarettes, cancer would become non-existent.” Hmmm, well all I can say is that the dear doctor should know that cancer has been the bane of every species including man for millions of years yet tobacco has only been around for roughly three hundred years when it was brought back to England from the Americas in the form of snuff.
This snuff stuff was sniffed until it was decided that cigars tasted better and cigars soon became cigar-ettes (or small cigars). The fact is that since the QUIT program reduced smoking down to 25%, cancer rates have increased. Those increases have been in breast and prostate cancer... but how much of that is due to better means of detection is an unknown.
Used to be $1.40 a pack but, thanks to Plibersek, now $68 a pack
So I place “smoking causes cancer” in the same pigeon hole as “global warming”. Smoking can’t cause cancer simply because cancer has been around for millions of years before tobacco. Yet it’s amazing what the public will be convinced of with a trillion dollars of advertising and promotions thrown at it. “Smoking causes cancer?” It's a chronological impossibility.
Now that you all have disagreed with that, I just want to say that there are other cures beyond chemo, and chemo is tantamount to being injected with the AIDS virus.
I just want my friends and family to say one thing when I'm in a coffin.... "Look, the bastard is still moving, and he's still on those bloody rollies!"
CORRECTION: DRUM IS $68 A PACK, NOT $168