I couldn’t let October’s Breast Cancer Awareness (but not prevention) Month come to a close without posting a satire cartoon exposing all the pinkwashing we’ve seen this month. You can buy everything in pink these days, from bottled water to fried chicken, alcohol and even handguns. So why not cigarettes? All these pink products claim to give some mystery percentage of “net profits” (which could be zero if the company isn’t profitable) to “find a cure for cancer” (a ridiculous proposition since we already have natural cures for cancer).
It’s all part of the cancer industry’s brainwashing propaganda that tries to convince people that we can cure cancer by going shopping!
It’s ludicrous, of course. And more and more people are waking up to it. They’re opening their eyes to the pinkwashing scams and actually refusing to buy pink products.
Let’s face it: Buying pink products makes people look… er… sorta stupid. It’s a way to say, “I’m an easily brainwashed consumer who wants to hand more money over to the cancer industry.” What they don’t realize is that a lot of the money raised by the sale of pink products actually goes to fund breast irradiation schemes called “mammography.” This is where cancer non-profits, who are largely funded by pharmaceutical companies that sell chemotherapy drugs, roll into low-income neighborhoods with portable mammogram machines so they can irradiate women’s breasts and thereby increase their chances of developing cancer.
They especially tend to target African American women whom they know are simultaneously vitamin D deficient and will therefore produce more cancer tumors that require more profitable treatment. (http://www.naturalnews.com/022156.html)
When you buy pink products, you inadvertently support the mass irradiation of African American women (and thereby increase their risk of cancer).
While all this is going on, the cancer non-profits won’t dare tell women what they really need to know: That breast cancer can be prevented through simple nutritional supplements and relatively easy lifestyle changes. By taking vitamin D supplements and selenium while avoiding processed meats, smoking and toxic personal care products, women can actually reduce their cancer risk to near zero. Here’s an article on how broccoli halts tumor growth (http://www.naturalnews.com/028822_b…).
But you won’t hear about any of this from the conventional cancer non-profits. No, they’re too busy running their pink ribbon fundraising scams and spreading cancer by using the money they’ve collected to run mobile radiation clinics in low-income neighborhoods.
There’s nothing like repeat business to keep Big Pharma happy, huh?