The problem with traditionalism (decolonization) is that our people are not the same as they were two hundred years ago, when our ancestral systems were functioning at their full capacity. I don’t think anybody would disagree that our people, collectively, have been weakened by colonisation: our language, our culture, our understanding of history, our sense of trust, our wholeness, our relationships, the power that we possess as individuals and as family, the ability to work together, the unity the we had that is the foundation of everything for our people, our understanding of relationship to nature, our communication with the spirit word… In all these ways, we have lost so much. Yet the systems of government that we traditionalist seek to bring forward and rise up again depend on the very things we lack today: cultured people and strong families.
—  Taiaiake Alfred, Peace, Power, Righteousness: An Indigenous Manifesto  

91% of oncologists will not take chemo


Radio talk show icon Jeff Rense interviews Ty Bollinger, author of Cancer-Step Outside the Box ( about alternative cancer treatments, the swine flu, the medical mafia, cell phones and brain cancer, and more.

In this interview, Jeff Rense calls Ty’s book “the Bible of Cancer Treatments.” Will oncologists submit to chemotherapy if they are diagnosed? Well, in 1986, McGill Cancer Center in Montreal, one of the largest and most esteemed cancer treatment centers in the world, surveyed 64 oncologists to see how they would personally respond to a diagnosis of cancer. The results will blow your mind. Are you sitting down? Of the 64 oncologists surveyed, 58 said that… ALL chemotherapy programs were unacceptable to them and their family members due to the fact that the drugs dont work and are toxic to ones system! That’s right, 91% of oncologists will not take chemo!!