Doctor/Cancer Researcher Shares A Very Heartfelt & Authentic Video About Glyphosate

By Arjun Walia

  • The Facts: Zach Bush, a cancer researcher and doctor outlines the problems we are facing with glyphosate, and how politicians are not the solutions, we are. It’s a very eye-opening well-done video.
  • Reflect On: How are substances like glyphosate approved as safe by our federal health regulatory agencies. What is going on here?

When it comes to cancer awareness and activism, it’s easy to become quite upset at the fact that everywhere you look, the most popular form of activism seems to be simply raising money for cancer charities. We’ve seen a lot of corruption when it comes to cancer charities and cancer research. The latest example involves Dr. José Baselga, chief medical officer for the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, who failed to disclose millions of dollars in payments from healthcare companies he received in exchange for dozens of ‘research’ articles favorable to the industry. You can read more about that here.

Furthermore, it’s truly a crime how the only approved treatments for cancer are chemotherapy and radiation, along with other cancer medications. There are a number of other aids people are using to combat cancer including lifestyle changes, food and nutrition, and substances like cannabis oil, which have all shown tremendous amounts of potential yet they’re not often prescribed to patients. At the end of the day, cancer has become a business. There are some very powerful pharmaceutical companies and people who are making billions of dollars off of cancer treatment alone. Today, we don’t have a healthcare industry, we have a sick care industry, or an industry that profits off of sickness not wellness.

One of the main reasons it’s easy to become upset with cancer awareness and activism these days is that it never really addresses the causes. It’s not uncommon to see a cookout with processed meats, for example, at a cancer fundraiser, or restaurants like KFC raising money for cancer. How ironic is that?

Why are there no awareness campaigns regarding the pesticides sprayed on our foods? What about electromagnetic radiation bombardment? What about cosmetics and all of our household items like chemical cleaners that have clear links to cancer and several other diseases?

What about glyphosate? It’s the main active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide. It’s a substance that has clear links to cancer and is poisonous, but for years it’s been approved by our federal health regulatory agencies, similar to how DDT was back in the day.

Ask yourself, how is this even possible? Well, it’s probably because our federal health regulatory agencies are extremely corrupt.

One of the best examples would be the SPIDER papers. A group called the CDC Scientists Preserving Integrity, Diligence and Ethics in Research, or CDC SPIDER, put a list of complaints in a letter to the CDC Chief of Staff and provided a copy of the letter to the public watchdog organization U.S. Right to Know (USRTK).

We are a group of scientists at CDC that are very concerned about the current state of ethics at our agency.  It appears that our mission is being influenced and shaped by outside parties and rogue interests. It seems that our mission and Congressional intent for our agency is being circumvented by some of our leaders. What concerns us most, is that it is becoming the norm and not the rare exception. Some senior management officials at CDC are clearly aware and even condone these behaviors.

Is this why we always see former agency employees in high positions within corporations like Monsanto and pharmaceutical companies, or why former Big Pharma industry leaders end up in high positions within the government? Julie Gerberding, the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association ‘Woman of the Year,’ is a prime example of someone who has gone through the revolving door between government regulatory agencies and the corporations they are supposed to be regulating. You can read more about that here. She has been the head of Merck as well as the Centers For Disease Control (CDC), and she is only one of dozens of examples.

When it comes to glyphosate specifically, there are a number of examples of corruption. Anybody who has looked into the history of this substance knows it should never have been approved as ‘safe’ to use. For example, the product was recently relicensed and approved by the European Parliament. However, MEPs found the science given to them was plagiarized, full of industry ‘science’ written by Monsanto. You can read more about that example of corruption here.

Fortunately, the public is becoming aware of such things, and this is in large part due to the fact that thousands of cancer lawsuits have been filed against Monsanto (Bayer), and a few have already been completed. For example, Monsanto was ordered to pay more than $200 million when a jury recently ruled the weedkiller (Roundup) caused one man’s cancer. (source)

Below is a video of Zach Bush, a triple board certified physician and cancer researcher. He has expertise in internal medicine, endocrinology and metabolism as well as hospice/palliative care. In the video, he makes it clear just how big of a problem glyphosate has become. His team is on a mission to change our business and legislative structures and ultimately up-shift consumer behaviour to bring about radical change in the industries of big farming, big pharma and Western medicine at large.

Cancer Maps and Glyphosate – Zach Bush MD – Farmer’s Footprint Behind the Scenes from Farmer’s Footprint on Vimeo.

The Takeaway

The main takeaway here, as emphasized by Bush, is the idea that politicians have no control over this issue. America, for example, is run by corporations like Monsanto (Bayer), at the end of the day, it’s the choices that human beings make that will change things. Will you purchase or allow the spraying of Roundup on your lawn, in your community? We are the ones who must make the change by boycotting these products — that includes schools, universities, etc., and creating awareness as well.


Arjun Walia — I joined the CE team in 2010 shortly after finishing university and have been grateful for the fact that I have been able to do this ever since 🙂 There are many things happening on the planet that don’t resonate with me, and I wanted to do what I could to play a role in creating change. It’s been great making changes in my own life and creating awareness and I look forward to more projects that move beyond awareness and into action and implementation. So stay tuned 🙂 [email protected]

This article was sourced from Collective Evolution.

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