7 comments on “TO SERVE HUMANITY

  1. Every year, the CDC, and news hype, comes up with a new flu strain. Just last week, two people I know got flu shots a week ago, and were deathly ill. If it’s not the swine flu or bird flu, the CDC will develop a lovely concoction, to eliminate a percentage of the population. Looking back: A significant percentage of the HBV vaccines in the early 80’s which our own people/youth were forced into taking, were contaminated at the time with the HIV virus. Let’s look at the HPV vaccine today, which has recently caused irreparable harm to our youth; convulsions, coma, and death. If they’re not killing us with vaccines, they’re killing us with a biological mutated virus. Maybe it’s time to pay attention to our old prophecies and Elders that warned us of this time. Unfortunately, there will be many others who will succumb to their own ego-centric frenzy for shiny objects, sexy shirts, or fighting over the next X-Box. May your words resound; not only to those who need a wake up call, but a supportive message for all of us who continue, in our daily lives, to try our best to heal the sacred hoop. We’lalin

  2. This statement is a complete lie:

    “Let’s look at the HPV vaccine today, which has recently caused irreparable harm to our youth; convulsions, coma, and death.”

    All vaccines come with some (small) risk, but the risk of not being vaccinated (if one is in contact with a high risk population, like public school kids) is far greater. Further, even those who do get vaccines for their kids have to deal with the risk of other parents (ill-informed) who don’t get vaccines (or all the required ones)…thus compromising ;’herd immunity’. That is a recipe for epidemics.

    In a post-industrial world, where we have benefited from years of scientific progress, we have become complacent and overly tolerant of misguided skepticism towards science (no, science is not the messiah of all human ills; just a ‘candle in the dark’ as Sagan said, and a powerful one); where we allow ill-informed celebrities like Jim Carry and Jenny McCarthy to delude people into thinking that vaccines cause autism (no evidence exists for this claim; and the one research paper by Dr Wheeler, has been retracted for falsifying data, and he has had his license revoked). This lessen has to be re-learned over and over, it seems.

    A modest does of skepticism is a good thing (even of science), but ignorance of history, or the achievements of the past and present, disguised as skepticism, is a stumbling stone of folly. I pity those who believe the anti-intellectual, anti-science fear-mongering of the few who think they are playing the ‘outsider hero’, but they are no more than ignorant, dangerous fools.

    I guess it will take a major outbreak/pandemic of say H5N1 bird flu (which kills more than half of its victims), and then you’ll see people yelling for a vaccine to save them. Once again. Will we ever learn?

  3. I’m a little curious MR what defense would you make for this new mutated H1N1
    virus, the development of bio weapons, the “science” of Eugenics-what dose of
    skepticism would you suggest to those who died at Hiroshima and Nagasaki,
    those non combatant women and children?
    I’m a little curious on your take as to whether or not scientists have a moral responsibility? Or do you believe they are free of such constraints?
    You say “A modest does of skepticism is a good thing (even of science)”-EVEN of
    science, as though it is a transgression to do so-that science is somehow
    sancrosant, invioable, and should be done with hat in hand and bowed
    Science appears to have adopted the attitude that not only our world but the universe is there personal domain, their playground to do with as they want without any intervention- the question is will science “ever learn” others share this world with them and the quest for “knowledge” does not trump their welfare?
    Science has created every technology that has led to climate change-now
    they would sound the alarm without taking any responsibility? Science wants
    to make living things glow in the dark-of what benefit is that?
    Science has created saccharin and aspartame, includes “safe” doses of mercury
    in vaccines-yes, I think we should all be skeptical.
    I say science has presented benefits but for lack of a better analogy I
    would also say it’s like having a dog who bites you every tenth time you
    go to pet it, after a while the other nine times when it behaves are overshadowed
    by the wounds, and the wounds that science has inflicted are beyond reckoning.
    I appreciate your response as well as a spirited defense and would
    like to add that Anakis is a woman, and as a people we may disagree with women
    at times but it is customary to show respect as well-I say that with an eye to
    any future exchanges so we may keep our discussion civil.
    In addition I would say “celebrities” fail to impress me, and that would
    include Sagan.
    Thanks for your input.


  4. I would add to my above reply re H1N1 that these scientists responsible for
    this reckless mutation now want to publish their research-in a world as volatile
    as this one where acts of terrorism have become the norm there is no other
    word for such publication than stupid-that would be STUPID in capital
    letters with an extreme dose of arrogance mixed in for good measure.

  5. It is as you say Anakis the time to listen for the elder and the prophecy
    and the time to make the resound for the words. we are not made to think
    this candle for the dark is such the powerful one in the good way. Maybe
    it is there are these good scientist but many the bad ones to and what is
    made to be depends which is fed the most like the good or the bad one.

  6. People outside the alternative health community are often confused by the lack of autism in the Amish people.

    The Amish do not experience autism, or any of the other learning disabilities that plague our technological society. The Amish live in a society that consists of outdated technologies and ideals, by contemporary standards. Their diet consists of eating organic, fresh, locally-grown produce, and of , they do not follow the established vaccination routines.

    To the dismay of the mainstream media and the medical establishment, this has resulted in a healthier people, that are void of all of our chronic diseases. Heart disease, cancer, and diabetes are virtually non-existent in Amish villages.

    Equally non-existent are modern, chemically-engineered medicines, enhanced (chemically-engineered) foods, G.M.O. foods, and of course, vaccines.
    How is it that those who are without the “miracles” of modern orthodox medicine are healthier?


  7. stonefeather:
    I’ve known and know a few Amish-they are a hard working communal
    people who maintain a close connection to the land and live a
    balanced lifestyle – I believe that is the key.
    They are active, industrious, and have a pronounced awareness of what
    is nutritionally beneficial. They have a set of spiritual and traditional values
    they closely adhere to and recognize the importance of doing so.
    Being outside of the mainstream they face external pressures, but it is
    this communal aspect they maintain that sustains and allows to them
    The elders within their communities are respected and looked to for
    guidance- leadership isn’t about a lot of loud talk and attention seeking, it
    is solely the result of merit and the wisdom displayed.
    Women are respected and there is a communal sense of responsibility
    related to children and the general welfare of all. Men are expected to be providers,
    and short of some handicap there are no excuses or tolerance for failing to do so.
    Crimes, drugs, alcohol, rape, and spousal or child abuse are unheard of, and
    would not be tolerated. An environment like this is conducive to well being
    and would put to shame so called warrior societies who liken themselves to the
    Akicita of past times.
    I think in many ways they provide a model for others and I have a lot of
    respect for those I personally know.

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