19th Jun 2008

Traditional vs. alternative

I was reading an email from healthfreedom.net titled, “Is TV Starting to Show Value in Alternative Medicine?”. This article goes on about an acupuncturist (a recurring character) which is portrayed in a positive light in a TV show.

Maybe it’s the way I was brought up, but I wasn’t even aware that TV was biased. Granted, I don’t see a whole lot of people taking Immunocal in TV shows, but I just figured that was because they didn’t know about it.

I guess I’m pretty naive, eh?

Also mentioned in the article is the idea that the mainstream press doesn’t recognize alternative medicine. I’m afraid I wouldn’t have any idea about this as I don’t watch/read the press. The mainstream press are fear mongers. I don’t support the mainstream press at all.

Here, try this experiment: If you read the paper, write down how you feel after reading the paper. Then try not reading it for two weeks. See how you feel afterwards.

If you watch the nightly news, write down how you feel afterwards. Then try not watching it for two weeks and see how you feel. It’s just an experiment.

Immunocal is not promoted, except via word-of-mouth. So you’ll never see a TV commercial for it. But you’ll see tons and tons of TV commercials for deadly, mind-altering psycho drugs. Dang, it’s getting really bad. Never take a psych drug; it’ll mess you up but good. Don’t take my word for it, see what Mike Adams has to say about it at NaturalNews.com for details on that. Just search for “pharmaceutical drug” or something like that.

Oh, and one more thing: remember to take your Immunocal. 😉 It’s the best protein you can get.

-Hawk

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