“I think scars are sexy because they mean that you made a mistake that led to a mess.”
– Angelina Jolie
As you are obviously aware from the screaming headlines and talking heads on Hollywood gossip TV shows, Brad Pitt’s wife actress Angelina Jolie just had a double mastectomy to remove both her breasts because she was terrified of possibly getting breast cancer.
As the medical authorities tell us that 90% of all men will suffer or “get” prostate cancer in their lifetime, will Mr Pitt follow in his wife’s footsteps and self-castrate himself so as not to get cancer?
This is all lunacy, you know.
Jolie, like many women, has been terrified into a state of total obedience to the cancer industry.
She carries the BRCA1 gene, and she has been lied to and told this gene gives her an “87% chance of breast cancer”.
It’s a complete lie, of course: Cancer is never a matter of “chance” or “luck.”
It’s a matter of cause and effect. Genes can be turned on or off by food, two simple nutritional supplements and lifestyle choices.
I’ve preached for years, screaming from the rooftops that you can “Cancer-Proof your body” by adopting a plant-based diet, including zero dairy product ingestion, eliminating all red meat, pork and chicken consumption, walking for 45 minutes every day and taking six immune system and hormonal supplements..
Obviously, Ms, Jolie and Mr. Pitt did not hear me, or worse, did not heed my words.
Instead, Ms. Jolie has written an impassioned “Opinion Piece” published in the prestigious New York Times explaining her actions.
I nearly threw up when I read it.
Not for her love of self-mutilation, but for what all this will do to so many wonderful young women out there who “look up” to Ms. Jolie as a role model and admire her film and charity work, saving innocent children from orphanages around the world, which is certainly to be admired.