Article: “Monsanto Is Scrambling To Bury This Breaking Story”

I wanted to share this great article by the Food Babe because it was just so well done, well researched, and so important to our health!

As you know, many things contribute to causing cancer. One of them is impurities and poisons that your body can not process. They build up and do damage to our bodies and cause all sorts of problems, including cancer.

The following is from the article.  Please go to the Food Babe’s Post and read the rest.

 

Food that is tainted with Round Up

Monsanto doesn’t want the public to know these findings for obvious reasons. They have our regulatory agencies in their back pocket to make sure they can continue to make a hefty profit while poisoning the masses.

While there are now several manufacturers of glyphosate herbicides, Monsanto completely dominates the market and this is a best seller. They are raking in BILLIONS every year and certainly don’t want that to stop. They are clearly, without a doubt, using their prosperity to influence our government regulators. Why else would those entrusted to protect the public from harmful chemicals turn a blind eye to this?

Time by Bill Sarine

NOTE from Robert: This article is reprinted with permission of the author, Bill Sarine. When Bill told me this story, it touched my heart. As a person fighting off cancer, I’d given much thought to my remaining “Time”….

It was 1975 in Chicago and I was a salesman for a large computer company. I had a number of large accounts including Illinois Bell Telephone and American Can Printing Company. One day I was waiting in the American Can office pending my appointment and was watching a young man through the display window, running tapes on the computer system. It was a print shop and he was loading machines and then going to the command console and rapidly keying in command codes on a key panel in computer code. This fascinated me that anyone that could not only remember all the codes but key them in so rapidly.

The manager I was meeting with came out and I commented to him how amazed I was at the skill of the young man. He nodded and with a quiet voice told me he had some bad news for the young man. The company was closing down the print operation and moving it to another site. He was going to have to let him go. What made it more difficult was that this young man had no education and was the support for his entire family. His father had died and he had his mother and three siblings to support. He said he always came in early worked late and never complained.

Later that day I was meeting with the Comptroller of Illinois Bell and on a whim asked if they had any affirmative action difficulties. He immediately got serious and said one of his greatest challenges was finding qualified people with technical skills. I told him about Petro. He indicated he would like to speak to him and asked me to set up an interview. We set a time for the following day.

I called his boss and arranged to meet Petro at his office early so I could give him some briefing.

The next day when I met Petro I immediately decided that Jeans and worn sneakers were not the appropriate attire for an interview. We went to Marshall Field’s Bargain basement, fit him out with a suit, shirt, tie new shoes etc. he felt very uncomfortable so I decided to give him a pep talk.

Timex WatchWhen I was starting in business one of my first mentors pulled me aside and gave me a watch. It was a simple Timex but the words he said always stayed with me.

“This clock represents your time. You own it… and are the only one that can control it. Time is given to each of us and what we do with it sets us apart from everyone else. You can waste it, cherish it and grow or not– it is your clock and the time is yours to control. Use it wisely or foolishly but no matter what you cannot go back just forward.”

I never will forget that look as he stared at the watch. I dropped him at the reception desk and with shaking legs he walked into the interview. Over an hour later he emerged with a glow in his eyes. Smiling he said he got the job.

I lost touch with Petro over the years but heard he was doing well. I moved on to North Carolina and 30 years passed. Now I was running a company in the east and distributing electronics nationally. Attending a trade show in San Diego I had a very hectic schedule of booth operations, press conferences and committee meetings. Tired and exhausted on the third day I was taking a break with my 3rd cup of coffee when a well dressed gentleman approached me and said; “are you Mr. Sarine formerly from Chicago?” I nodded yes and then he dropped the bomb. “You may not remember me but I used to be called Petro. I am now Peter and I hoped I would have the chance to meet you again.” I guess I showed my shock. He explained that he had been given an opportunity to finish his education and in fact had a master’s degree from Northwestern and was now on the staff of ATT Headquarters in NJ. He was married with 2 children and a fine life. We planned to have dinner that night.

At dinner he stated he had a gift for me and handed me a box. In it was a new watch. Included was a note that will always be sacred to me.

“This is your new clock to replace the one you gave me. I am sorry I cannot return the original as I have already passed it on to another with your words. May it serve others as it did me.
Thanks for your faith in me.
Petro”

Since then I have made it a practice to always have a spare watch available to pass on when needed. The price of the watch is not relevant. It is the use of time that is.

This article is Copyright © by Bill Sarine, Writers Guild of America Registration number 1706756

William Sarine, Vice President of Business Development at Beachglass Films has been a founder of both commercial and non profit companies. He has experience in strategic marketing and was a founder of a number of companies including EntreDot, a non-profit organization focused on mentoring and coaching small early stage companies. He founded a number of companies such as Global Data Networking Systems, Inc, a sucessful sales and consulting firm. He has experience in all stages of corporate leadership and has worked with all levels of corporate management. He has been a CEO, VP of Sales and Marketing, a national sales manager and a product manager for both large and small companies. He developed the “10/40 Sales Management Program”, a premier time management and motivational tool. He has been invited to speak on emerging technologies and evolving products at executive sessions at a number of firms including BellSouth, RJ Reynolds and FedEx. William was previously a guest instructor for the University of South Carolina’s NetGen CIO Academy. Bill has a degree in marketing from Farleigh Dickenson University with additional studies at Fordham University. Additional experiences include participating in a trade delegation to Canada sponsored by the US Dept of Commerce and the Canadian Commercial Attaché Board and being a member of NC Idea Lab, a non profit organization focused on generating new business concepts for prelaunch companies.

 

Book Review: Anticancer, A New Way of Life

Anticancer-a-new-way-of-lifeAnticancer, A New Way of Life by David Servan-Schreiber, MD PhD

“This book is part memoir, part science, and part advice book. Servan-Schreiber, a psychiatrist was conducting an experiment. When his subject didn’t show up for a brain scan, he volunteered to be scanned and discovered a tumor in his brain that was malignant. He describes his treatment for brain cancer and how he was told that there was nothing he could do to improve his prognosis other than just getting through the treatment. But he researched and found many studies that show that there are many ways that people can decrease their likelihood of getting cancer or improve their outcome if they have cancer. Filled with data and great recommendations, this is a book that should be read by everyone. ”

I really like this book. Recommended.

Book Review: Cancer, Step Outside the Box

cancer-step-outside-the-boxby Ty Bollinger.  This is the first book I read about Cancer.  I have to thank my good friend, Christine Alexander, for giving me this book while I was still in the hospital recovering from surgery.

This book explains the facts and deceptions about cancer and cancer treatments, it documents multiple cases of the suppression of effective natural cancer treatments.  It details the most potent advanced cancer treatment protocols, and it clearly explains the relationship between nutrition and cancer.

This is a comprehensive book on alternative cancer treatments and health. Once you learn about the many natural options to treat cancer it can be a bit overwhelming, but that’s a positive problem for sure.

Book Review: Cancer-Free by Bill Henderson

cancer-free-book-200x300No library of cancer cure books is complete without Bill Henderson’s book, Cancer-Free: Your Guide to Gentle, Non-toxic Healing.  In it’s 4th edition with co-author, Dr. Carlos M. Garcia, MD, it’s a classic that has helped thousands of people become cancer free, as the title says.

Bill discusses the history of cancer treatment and the current state of treatments offered by Allopathic medical practitioners in the world today.  These methods fall into 3 basic approaches: Surgery, Chemotherapy and Radiation.  Surprisingly, modern medicine does not advocate preventive alternatives or lifestyle changes before or after treatment.  Suffice it to say that this is largely because natural methods can not be patented and sold by big Pharma companies and medical practitioners can not get paid for prevention and natural treatments they do not prescribe.

This is where Bill and so many others come into the picture.  Like so many other people who have traveled this road, Bill has made a study of all the alternative methods he can find for treating cancer and has settled in on the ones with the best results.  While making no promises, the testimonials are clear. The results speak for themselves.

Bill offers a step-by-step approach to cancer treatment and your overall health and well being.  His dietary approach is based on a natural cancer-free diet along with the Budwig protocol and a number of supplements that he’s determined are best used to stimulate and strengthen the immune system.  He also advocates exercise and stress reduction in all areas of your life.

If you’ve gotten a cancer diagnosis, you need to read this book.  If nothing else, you need to know that there are viable and affordable natural approaches to healing that don’t cost an arm and a leg.  You don’t have to go to a clinic in Mexico just to heal yourself.  You just have to heal yourself.  Bill offers a path that cuts through the clutter and gives you a direct path to becoming cancer free.

I’ve also chosen to follow this path.  I will let you know on this blog how I’m doing.  Good luck to you on your journey.

You can find this excellent book at http://www.beating-cancer-gently.com