Cancer Fund Raising and Donations – An Event Severely Lacking in Common Sense

Mar 17, 2009 by

Cancer Fund Raising and Donations – An Event Severely Lacking in Common Sense

There is so much about conventional cancer treatment which is instinctively, intuitively and intellectually wrong.

Poisons and chemicals cause cancer. Radiation causes cancer. Stress causes cancer. Yet, conventional medicine‘s diagnostic and treatment protocols are full of poisons, chemicals, radiation and stress; they cause cancer! This article highlights to us that even cancer fund-raising activities severely lack common sense, too. Why? One word: Money.

The Dumbest Fundraising Event Ever? American Cancer Society Joins BBQ Meat “Cook Off” to Raise Money for Cancer Research

by Mike Adams

Texans living in Navarro County are about to win a collective award for being the dumbest people in the world when it comes to diet and nutrition: They are hosting a BBQ meat cook-off to raise money for — get this — cancer research! Somebody should stop by the festivities and tell these people something they apparently have no knowledge of: BBQ’d meats cause cancer!

Thus, these participants raising money for so-called “cancer research” are engaging in the very activity that causes cancer in the first place. I wonder what’s next? A hard liquor buffet for Alcoholics Anonymous? A cheeseburger eating contest for heart patients? Or how about a diet soda festival to raise money for researching brain tumors?

And wouldn’t you know it: A local chapter of the American Cancer Society will reportedly be joining the event, too! (Why doesn’t this surprise me?) You can bet your horseshoes that the ACS won’t be telling anybody the truth about the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) found in charred meat, nor the fact that excess meat consumption all by itself is strongly correlated with numerous cancers. (See authors’ quotes below.)

Cooking For A Cure!

According to the Corsicana Daily Sun (http://www.corsicanadailysun.com/news/local_story_066201539.html), the event is “sanctioned by the Lone Star BBQ Society” and will stage contests using three different meats: Chicken, Pork and (beef) Brisket.

This is all being called — hilariously — “Cooking For A Cure!”

So there you have it, folks: The truth about the “X for a Cure” fundraising scams sponsored by the cancer industry. Whether it’s “Running for a Cure” or “Buying pink stuff for a cure” or “Wearing pink ribbons for a cure,” the truth is that none of it cures anything. All it does is keep people distracted and ignorant about the true causes of cancer while actually giving them more cancer from all the junk they’re buying and consuming. I’ve actually seen pink-ribbon products sold that contain cancer-causing chemicals!

Right here, I’m offering $300 to the first person who will go film this event and let us use the footage on NaturalNews. Just take a hand-held video camera (HD is best) and go film these people eating BBQ meat as a cancer fundraiser. Contact us through our feedback form (www.nauralnews.com/feedback.html) if you’re interested in actually doing this. This event is so outrageously stupid that it’s just gotta be shared on YouTube… If you do this, you have to TALK to the people and ask them questions to solicit their responses, too.

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