An influence peddler, a mom of six and 37 years old – Did she do it for publicity or has she lost all her common sense?
People don’t trust the news makers but when the media says something, people react instead of first gathering thoughts about a specific event. It’s all about Angelina Jolie and the whole ‘I removed my breasts because I might get cancer’ nonsense.
The recently released film, Peddling Influence, discusses media uses that include the pharmaceutical industry.
While technically not the pharmaceutical industry, the medical industry and pharmaceutical businesses scratch each other’s backs plus promote and protect each other just so they can diligently say they are in business to help. It actually sounds like ‘I’m here from the IRS and have come to help you.’
So typically does the media uses spokesmen and women familiar to the public to sell their wares and ideas, ie; politicians, actors, actresses and athletes.
Who better to scare the public into mutilating themselves without a presumed material cause than Angelina Jolie?
She appeals to everyone and is the perfect go-to person for something as bazaar as surgically removing perfectly healthy tissue from a body as she pushes the woman empowering cliche of ‘my body, my choice’ declarations.
Mike Adams, with Natural News, called this what it appears to be; a clever public relations campaign by a company bent on securing profits.
In Jolie’s news op-ed, she cites unfavorable WHO (world health organization) statistics to rationalize her choice and make it feel better for the cheering section. WHO actually said that breast cancer is responsible for only 6% of all cancer related deaths and Jolie did not have cancer.
Realistically, there are many studies in preventative measures and she could have any treatment she wanted unlike the rest of us.
If she actually got cancer:
- 1) She could have her breasts removed if that was the thing to do
- 2) She could visit the Burzynski Clinic in Texas and try the all natural Gerson Therapy
- 3) She could go to Mexico for the Hoxsey Treatment
- 4) She could follow the inspiring guidelines revealed in the wonderful film, Forks Over Knives
The point being, she probably did not have to mutilate herself and go public thereby peddling influence to people everywhere to consider the same course of action over a gene marker.
Whatever is known about the public relations industry is effective and business can manipulate the population through the mainstream media purely for profit.
While researching the film, Peddling Influence, it should be no surprise that Jolie’s decision will be played out by the media as a ploy that gets people to consider destroying healthy tissue in the name of some unfounded prevention, a decision likely to come back to haunt Jolie forever.
Why? If you follow the money, it’s more profitable to diagnose and perform a medical procedure than to follow a simple natural prevention – just common sense.
Hey Angelina; why not remove tattoos rather than tissue – now that’s common sense.
A joint featured narrative by Deb Lewis and Hank Richards
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