What is a Crown Dependency? What is the Crown?

Freemen tell us that words are powerful. They tell us that the meaning of words can be changed so that we are unaware of the true meaning. We have learnt that there is a lingo used in the legal world called legalese.

We have also looked at the strawman e.g. Mr Smith vs. the real living being as in ‘John of the Smith family.’ We are aware of the difference between legal and lawful and considered if it is possible to take legal action against a real living human being.

Now we learn that The City doesn’t mean London city. 

When we speak of ‘The City’ we are in fact referring to a privately owned Corporation – or Sovereign State – occupying an irregular rectangle of 677
acres and located right in the heart of the 610 square mile ‘Greater London’ area. The population of ‘The City’ is listed at just over four thousand,
whereas the population of ‘Greater London’ (32 boroughs) is approximately seven and a half million.

Similarly, we are told that the Crown does not refer to the Queen or the monarchy:

The ‘Crown’ is a committee of twelve to fourteen men who rule the independent sovereign state known as London or ‘The City.’ ‘The City’ is
not part of England. It is not subject to the Sovereign. It is not under the rule of the British parliament. Like the Vatican in Rome, it is a separate, independent state. It is the Vatican of the commercial world.

Could this be true? If so:

What is a Crown Dependency? On whom, or what,  is the dependence?

As always – if someone can convincingly demonstrate the above claim to be untrue,  please do so. Clarity and transparency is to be welcomed.

STAY AWAY FROM CHEMOTHERAPY AND RADIATION By Dr. James Howenstine, MD.

 July 14, 2011 NewsWithViews.com

For many years it has been known to well informed individuals within the medical community that chemotherapy and radiation were quite toxic and essentially worthless in the management of malignancies. This information is carefully covered up by our controlled media so that these two methods of therapy are regarded by lay persons as the proven therapy for malignancies. Like lemmings going over a cliff the general public lines up for these therapies and nearly all treated persons proceed to die.

To the person who inquires how can an essentially worthless therapy continue to be used the answer is simple. It is all about money. Chemotherapy drugs bring in more than a trillion dollars annually to the pharmaceutical industry. Oncologists frequently make $1000 from every injection administered to a patient. There are 40 National Cancer Institute Centers scattered across the USA. Each of these employs thousands of employees. Curing cancer would be devastating for the economy and must not be allowed to occur. Research programs whose alleged purpose is to cure cancer see their funds steered into harmless areas where no cancer cures will ever result. Less than 1% of research funds are spent finding methods to prevent the spread of cancer. which is the cause of fatal cancer cachexia which kills 90% of cancer victims..

Preventing unfavorable chemotherapy results from being seen by the public in TV, radio, and newspaper reporting is combined with malicious quackery charges and actual death threats to practitioners who have legitimate cancer cures. I am aware of at least a dozen cancer cures since 1900 that have been ignored or suppressed. Several persons with bonafide cancer cures have been so vilified they died alcoholics or committed suicide. Prominent physician Dr Milbrook Johnson was poisoned the night before he was scheduled to speak on a national radio network in the 1940s about the ability of Dr. Royal Rife’s electronic equipment to cure cancer and infections.

 Both chemotherapy and radiation have such toxic effects on the human body they must be stopped before they kill the patient. In the early days of chemotherapy drugs it was noted that skeptical patients who refused to take chemotherapy usually lived longer than patients treated with chemotherapy.

Radiation therapy directed toward a bone containing cancer might initially seem innocuous but actually has effects throughout the body. Circulation of blood through areas of ionizing radiation being delivered to bone is able to transport this radiated blood to distant sites where it can injure bone marrow production of killer lymphocytes, red blood cells, macrophages and platelets. Loss of appetite and nausea can be seen. Conventional radiation to the abdomen and other areas may be followed by permanent injury to the small intestine(diarrhea, pain) and arteriosclerosis of arteries in any field of radiation.

A suspected cancer patient had xray films showing numerous lucent identical sized masses overlying brain and spinal cord tissue. The films were misread as metastasis from a prior malignant melanoma instead of echinoccocal cysts spread from the family dogs.. Massive radiation of brain and spinal cord tissue caused complete loss of appetite with no food intake and death in 8 days in a previously well 26 year old woman.

 What are results of chemotherapy drugs? Associate Professor Graeme Morgan of Australia was the lead researcher on an article titled “The contribution of cytotoxic chemotherapy to 5 year survival n adult malignancies”. This research showed that chemotherapy improved 5 year survival by less than 3% in adults with cancer. In 1987 Dr. Lana Levi of the University of California wrote “most cancer patients in this country die of chemotherapy. It does not eliminate breast, colon, or lung cancer. This fact has been known for over a decade. Women with breast cancer are likely to die faster with chemotherapy than without it.”

Dr. Ralph Moss Ph.D relates that “Conventional Cancer therapy is so toxic and dehumanizing that I fear it more than I fear death from cancer. Yet most alternative therapies regardless of potential or proven benefit, are outlawed, which forces patients to submit to the failures that we know don’t work because there is no other choice. Dr. Moss was employed as a science writer for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. Chemotherapy drugs are cellular poisons so they are quite toxic. They are also quite expensive. In his book The Cancer Industry he documents how the close links between the pharmaceutical industry and the cancer establishment enables an inadequate therapy like chemotherapy to become promoted and established as standard care.”

In a 1995 interview Dr. Moss related that chemotherapy was effective in only 2 to 4 % of all malignancies(Hodgkin’s Disease, Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia, childhood leukemia, testicular cancer and Choriocarcinoma.)

The package inserts for chemotherapy drugs admit that taking a course of chemotherapy drugs can increase your risk of subsequently developing a new cancer by about 10%.. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health(NIOSH) warns that the powerful drugs used in chemotherapy can cause cancer in employees who handle them(nurses, pharmacists, cleaning personnel). If continued too long these drugs are fatal. The damage to white blood cell , killer lymphocyte and red blood cell production makes the patient vulnerable to overwhelming infection which is the cause of death in many patients on chemotherapy and radiation. It never made sense to me why administering toxic substances that cause major side effects could possibly heal a serious illness like a malignancy.

Dr. William Campbell Douglass II, MD “To understand the utter hypocrisy of chemotherapy, consider the following: The McGill Cancer Center in Canada, one of the largest and most prestigious cancer treatment centers in the world, did a study of oncologists to determine how they would respond to a diagnosis of cancer. On the confidential questionnaire, 58 out of 64 doctors said that all chemotherapy programs were unacceptable to them and their family.”

 In 33 years of conventional medical practice I referred all patients with malignancies to oncologists. The only survivor was a Chinese man with a low grade lung cancer. He responded every five years or so to a few doses of radiation. In the past 4 years I have used a safe herbal therapy for malignancies called Lifeone. This treatment has been quite effective in curing a wide variety of malignancies including 6 cases of pancreatic cancer, ovarian cancer, lymphomas, malignant melanoma, lung cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, squamous cell cancer, etc.

 In my opinion one of the most important verses in the Bible is Proverbs 14:12 There is way that seems right unto man but its end is the way of death. Drug company owners and executives, politicians, world leaders and media executives have unbelievable wealth and power in this world. However, they face a tortured eternity following death. This seems to be a very unwise tradeoff.

Anyone reading this article has my permission to copy or publish this information. Hopefully, some individuals will be made aware that there are safe effective alternatives to chemotherapy and radiation in the treatment of malignancies. © 2011 Dr. James Howenstine – All Rights Reserved

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Brief report (4)

 Tuesday’s Tynwald session includes some interesting questions. Mrs Beecroft would like to know the costs of running the Brussels office and what this investment has brought the island in return. She asks similar questions with regard to the London office. (My paraphrasing in both cases. The actual questions are here: http://tynwald.org.im/papers/orders/2011-2012/ko29112011.pdf ) Wouldn’t we all like to know the cost of running these prestigious premises? Yes, now that cost-cutting is back in vogue we need to gain a better insight into how money is spent  – or possibly wasted.

Mr Cannan asks further questions about the land swap deal in Kirk Michael. What will the answers reveal – if anything? To the layperson it does seem extremely odd that this deal was pursued during the summer recess, if I recall correctly, and with seemingly improper haste. Can we get to the bottom of things? If Mr Cannan is as tenacious as his father, perhaps we will.

There are also some intriguing questions from Zak Hall with regard to how many complaints have been made against doctors and nurses in the past five years and the number of cases where it was recommended doctors or nurses be struck off or incurred a suspension. (My paraphrasing in all the above).

All good questions but the ones that particulary interest me are:

The Hon. Member for Middle (Mr Quayle) to ask the Minister for Community, Culture and Leisure

(a) Whether the low cost activity hall approved for Marown and Rushen has been removed from his Department’s five-year capital programme proposals; and

(b) if he will reinstate the hall in his Department’s capital programme in the interests of improving the participation of young people in healthy, sporting activities and improving access to sports facilities in Marown and Rushen?

The background behind this question is unknown to me but it seems odd that there is rarely money to fund youth activities or facilities – the newest facility for youngsters in Ramsey, The Northern Lights Community Centre, has been brought to life by hard hands-on work and time and material donations without cash injections from government. Well done to those involved. But isn’t there something strange here? Activity halls etc seem to be axed in sweeping budget cuts yet CCTV, involving significant costs, never appears to be rejected.

Shouldn’t we be helping our youngsters to gain an interest in sports, music, drama etc. rather than leaving them to hang around street corners and then record misdemeanours via lurking CCTVcameras when these young people  step out of line? Some may say that there was no entertainment in their youth either. However, in times gone by there were several cinemas around the island. Coffee bars were trendy and also plentiful. No need for kids to hang around the streets. These things are generally no longer available.

Have all forms of entertainment, apart from licensed premises, beeen removed? Hardly surprising then that we have a culture based on alcohol consumption.  It seems to me that the powers-that-be prefer to provide control and snooping in preference to providing entertainment and encouragement for youngsters who wish to pursue ambitions in music, drama, art,  sport etc. Do you think this is an accurate assessment?

WHO has no concerns about toxins in water but wishes to restrict recreational usage of reservoirs?

We are being urged to take part in the Isle of Man Water amd Sewerage Authority’s consultation on Future Recreational Use of Authority Reservoir Lands. http://www.gov.im/lib/docs/water/Consultation/recreationaluseconsultationdocume.pdf 

The mention of  human activity on or around a reservoir alerted me to the possibility of input from foreign organisations. It seems we have our friends  – the WHO (World Health Organisation)  – to thank for this kindly enquiry about future access to reservoirs. It appears that the WHO is concerned about humans spoiling the water supply. What a pity they haven’t already taken action about certain water supplies in the United States, Australia and Ireland etc.  Fluoride is still being added to water in these countries. Fluoride is more toxic than lead.

Yes, we managed to avert fluoridation – thank goodness. But it was close and those who have been successful in preventing water toxification in the past report that the issue returns again and again. It doesn’t go away. Most European countries have decided that this toxin should not be added to the water. The Americans  – THE protagonists – have now decided to start reducing the levels of fluoride, as a result of research, despite the constant reasurances over the years that everything was just fine.

The WHO apparently takes such a kindly interest in our well-being and wishes to protect our reservoirs from possible effects of human activity yet apparently has no problem with both the health and ecological issues associated with fluoridation. It sounds like control and restrictions to me. Check out the consultation. Questions include whether charges should be levied for recreational use of reservoirs and who should be responsible for enforcement of any restrictions imposed on recreational use.

However, it appears that we are also being told that these views might well be discounted:

The Authority welcomes all comments on all aspects of the future recreational use of its reservoirs; however, it must point out that whilst all responses will be carefully considered, the Authority cannot guarantee the outcome of the decision making process relating to the development of the recreational use policies.

 

 

General Wesley Clark spills the beans. Take out 7 countries in 5 years

“If the only tool you’ve got is a hammer then every problem has to look like a nail.”

“We’ve got a good military . We can take down governments.”

Does anyone really believe in these ‘pre-emptive’ attacks? If any other country was aggressively attacking other countries at will our media would be up in arms. If we take a step back and look at what is really happening it’s nothing short of appalling. But guess what? Tynwald seems to obediently follow international sanctions. The US decides that Iran is a danger? OK fine we’ll apply sanctions. Sanctions generally hurt those who have no say in things at all – the general public. The 99%. Are you getting the picture?

A sad day for the Isle of Man. Photo galleries instead of news?

If the only solution for Johnson Press is to completely remove the printing of our local newspaper to the UK then I guess we can’t argue with it. However, it’s difficult to accept if you have been close to newspaper production over the years. Do we really need so many full colour pages of photo galleries though? Having glanced at tonight’s  Examiner I didn’t really stop to read very much  – what was there to read? Perhaps fewer visuals and more news could reduce costs.

We were told that the tabloid form would have no impact on the content. However, it seems to me that there was more news in broadsheet days. While celebration of the Isle of Man community is something to be praised it becomes less appealing when political news seems to be disappearing  almost by the day while photo galleries increase ever more. Keep them hooked on the human interest stories and the scandal? They’ll soon lose interest in what is actually going on in the political arena. Same old.

In USSR days we were told that the people were uninformed by their media. If there was a necessity to publish something controversial then the ptb ensured it was presented with the appropriate spin. The people were able to vote but there was actually no choice – the candidates were all subject to the same controls. Try substituting a country of your choice for the acronym at the start of this paragraph. Is there a discernible difference?

We need free and functioning media. We need news not endless photos and supplements. Can a news sheet really be so expensive to produce?

What’s wrong with Occupy and peace and love?

Over the past few months there have been ‘Occupy’ movements throughout the world. Innumerable peaceful protests. Despite the protestors’ insistence on peace and non-aggression in many cases this has been met with brutal force on the part of the police. Pepper-spraying and vicious manhandling of innocent bystanders  – male and female – has been commonplace amongst the police. A look at the peaceful protestors and the heavily armoured riot police tells us that there is a lack of balance in the response. In some cases there has been video evidence of agents provocateurs. The system has tried various methods of removing the protestors but the attempts have been unsuccessful.

The blog posts about this have been minimal. Partly because there is simply too much material out there that it is difficult to select one or two reports. Another reason is that I have been wary of such a widespread movement. There are reports of different elements having instigated it  – everything from communists to the Rothchilds! As a result of the constant lies and distortion that masquerade as media reports these days one becomes distrustful of much that is out there.

However, whether or not there are subversive elements behind the occupy movement it is plain to see that the participants are mainly peaceful, well-intentioned and reasonably well-informed people. Despite violent police responses the protests of millions of people remain peaceful. Contrast this with the evil that is perpetrated on a daily basis by those in power. Another war is seemingly of little consequence to them. That this results in untold misery and hardship for innocent civilians is apparently of little interest to the psychopaths.  Is the axis of evil really in the Middle East? Perhaps it is anywhere that pursues warfare in preference to trading and peaceful co-existence. Does anyone really believe that it is necessary to intervene and bring war and killing to create peace? How do we evaluate the cost compared to the result? We want to bring democracy to the world? Yet while we are happy to point the finger at countries that suppress protest we ignore the enormous Occupy movement and the attempts to suppress freedom of speech that are going on in the west and elsewhere. The old media hasn’t drawn attention to the innumerable violeent police attacks on Occupy participants. Double standards.

It may seem like millions of time-warped hippies on a love fest but is that really so wrong? No doubt some will say that we have to be reasonable. There is no alternative to the system. I believe the system is built upon the military industrial complex  (Eisenhower) and this fact means that constant war and hostilities are essential for the US. War is a major money-maker.

There has to be another way. Why not put some energy into thinking about peace, kindness and love? No, I don’t claim to have the answer but I know that those who do claim to have the answers don’t convince me. Freedom would be a good start. We are free you say? Yet I know of people who are careful about what they say and do because of fear of reprisals – in a so-called democratic society with freedom of speech! I believe it is a system of control and we are conditioned to believe it is freedom. In a society that almost permitted toxification of our drinking water it is difficult to feel free. Are we safe from the introduction of GM? I hope so because the introduction of GM would spell the end of healthy locally grown vegetables. That would surely be an infringement of our rights! However, as money is involved it seems very likely that Big Pharma will continue to woo the farmers with stories of wonderful yield and no doubt will continue to quash reports to the contrary.

The evidence shows that millions of people can demonstrate in total peace and in an orderly fashion. And our so-called leaders? How peace-loving are they?

Meeting this coming week

A brief reminder about this week’s meeting, usual day, usual place. Some of us will be there around six so the sooner you can make the longer we have. Looking forward to seeing you all again and am particularly looking forward to the proposed talks. See you soon.

PS If you would like to join the meeting please email: manxasthehills@gmail.com for details.

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