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People in debt become hopeless people.

Keeping people hopeless and pessimistic is a form of control while still being under the illusion of being free.

There are two ways in which people are controlled:

1. First- Frighten the people.
2. Second-Demoralize them.

...because an educated, healthy and confident nation is harder "to govern" and "some people" fear that healthy, educated and confident people would get out of control.

It is funny when you think about it: that the top 1% of world population own 80% of the world's wealth (it is incredible people put up with it), but they are poor, they are demoralized and they are frightened, and therefore they think that perhaps “the safest” thing to do is to take orders and hope for the best... and that is exactly what we do from the day we are born.

-Revised from the quote by Tony Benn, a former member of British Parliament


Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms - Overview

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which falls under the Constitution Act of 1982, guarantees the rights and freedoms of all Canadians. It encompasses all aspects of human rights, from fundamental freedoms such as mobility, through legal rights, to the right to free communication. In particular, it states that everyone is entitled to the fundamental freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression; and this freedom extends to the press and other communications media.

But while the Charter allows all Canadians to freely express their thoughts and opinions, it also protects everyone's right to be treated fairly, without discrimination — a point that "freedom of speech" advocates sometimes ignore.

Guarantee of Rights and Freedoms

Section 1 of the Charter guarantees citizens’ rights and freedoms only within such reasonable limits as can be justified in a free and democratic society.

Click the link below for the full Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms in pdf format.

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.pdf


Health & Wellness
Dying to Have Known Print E-mail

A documentary film by Stephen Kroschel, awarded honourable mention in the feature-length documentary category 2006 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival Filmmaker, sets out to find hard evidence of the effectiveness of the Gerson Therapy, a long-suppressed natural cancer treatment. His travels take him across both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, from upstate New York to San Diego to Alaska, from Japan to Holland and Mexico. In the end, he presents testimonies of patients, scientists, surgeons and nutritionists, who testify to the effectiveness of the Gerson Therapy and shows the hard scientific evidence to back up their claims. The question that remains is, "Why is this powerful curative therapy still suppressed, more than 75 years after it was clearly proven to cure degenerative disease?"

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Food Matters- Official Trailer Print E-mail

"With nutritionally-depleted foods, chemical additives and our tendency to rely upon pharmaceutical drugs to treat what's wrong with our malnourished bodies, it's no wonder that modern society is getting sicker. Food Matters sets about uncovering the trillion dollar worldwide "Sickness Industry" and giving people some scientifically verifiable solutions for curing disease naturally." -James

And in what promises to be the most contentious idea put forward, the filmmakers have interviewed several world leaders in nutrition and natural healing who claim that not only are we harming our bodies with improper nutrition, but that the right kind of foods, supplements and detoxification can be used to treat chronic illnesses as fatal as terminally diagnosed cancer.

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The Beautiful Truth - The Gerson Miracle Print E-mail

The Beautiful Truth - The Gerson Miracle

A troubled 15-year-old boy attempting to cope with the recent death of his mother sets out to research Dr. Max Gerson's claims of a diet that can cure cancer as his first assignment for home-schooling in this documentary from filmmaker Steve Kroschel (Avalanche, Dying to Have Known).

Garrett is a boy who has always been close to nature. He lives on a reserve with a menagerie of orphaned animals, and over the years he's become especially sensitive to the nutritional needs of the diet-sensitive animals he's charged with caring for. When Garrett's mother suffers a tragic and untimely death, the boy falls into a dangerous downward spiral and nearly flunks out of school. Increasingly concerned for Garrett's well-being and determined to strengthen their bond despite the many challenges on the horizon, his father makes the decision to begin home-schooling the distressed teen. Garrett's first assignment: study a controversial book written by Dr. Max Gerson, a physician who claims to have discovered a diet that's capable of curing cancer.

Is Dr. Gerson's therapy truly the legitimate, alternative cure it appears to be? In order to find out the truth behind this long-suppressed treatment, Garrett interviews not only Dr. Gerson's family members, but various doctors, skeptics, and cancer patients as well. His studies completed and his findings revelatory, Garrett now sets out to tell the entire world about The Gerson Miracle.

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DEPRESSION - The Plague of the 21st Century Print E-mail

D E P R E S S I O N - The Plague of the 21st CenturyDepression has been classified as a mood disorder or "affective" disorder. Mood is defined as a powerful, sustained emotion that, in the extreme, markedly affects a person’s perception of the world and ability to adequately function in society. Mood disorders are among the most common health problems doctors see every day.

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"When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot become manifest,

strength cannot be exerted, wealth is useless and reason is powerless." 

-Herophiles (300 B.C)