Originally from RT.
Continue reading “Fluoride—Drinking Ourselves to Death? — Under Freud’s nephew, Edward Bernays’ PR spell, the popular image of fluoride (which at the time was being sold as bug and rat poison) became that of a beneficial provider of ‘gleaming smiles,’ ‘absolutely safe,’ and ‘good for children’ • Fluoride was given the “green light” by a scientist who was working for the largest producer of fluoride in the entire country • 500 peer-reviewed studies document the adverse effects of sodium fluoride ranging from cancer to brain damage”
(ILLUSTRATION: Otto Frank, collage artist and salesman extraordinaire.) Continue reading “Anne Frank Hoax: Finally, an Admission – Driven by the $Love of Money$ — Otto Frank, who won every case, should have lost every case. The German courts did the wrong thing over and over again for almost half a century”
At 07:00, Stefan Molyneux explains how those who have killed their true self will attack those who have not, because those who still have integrity remind them that it was a conscious decision that they became false. It is possible and right to not succumb to falsehood:
“So that when you see someone who is honest and direct, and courageous, has integrity, you want to attack them because they remind you that what you did, in allowing the triumph of the false self, was a choice. It was not an inevitability, and it is not a wise thing to do. You just told yourself that so that you could live with what you did.”
(vid) Molyneux: FALSEHOOD — When people have lost their virtuous self, they seek validation, so they may champion a cause, or pursue status, wealth, beauty…. But beauty is fleeting • “So stop transferring resources to the false self. Be honest; tell the truth, and shame the Devil himself!”