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"Steve Jobs dead at 56, his life ended prematurely by chemotherapy and radiotherapy for cancer," by Mike Adams, The Health Ranger (October 06, 2011)

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    ... From: Paul Andrew Mitchell Sent: Thursday, October 6, 2011 6:13 PM Subject: Re: Steve Jobs dead at 56, his life ended
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      From: Paul Andrew Mitchell <supremelawfirm@...>
      Sent: Thursday, October 6, 2011 6:13 PM
      Subject: Re:
      "Steve Jobs dead at 56, his life ended prematurely by chemotherapy and radiotherapy for cancer,"
      by Mike Adams, The Health Ranger (October 06, 2011)

      ! ! ! ...

      On the whole, I believe Steve Jobs himself was a creative visionary whose talents eventually became co-opted by less-than-ethical corporate interests which operated outside his core intentions.

      This is precisely the reason why brilliant people should always be wary of "investors" or men wearing suits, because the whole purpose of venture capital is to grant people who don't know how to really create wealth a way to sink their claws into those who do.

      ...

      What I've learned from Steve Jobs is that staying true to your vision is far more important than being commercially successful or collecting material wealth. Walking a path that gets your face on the cover of business magazines requires too much compromise of ethics and principles.

      T
      he business community, after all, doesn't usually celebrate real geniuses who share things with the world and make nothing from it. It only celebrates those who find clever ways to extract billions of dollars from the hands of consumers.


      In fact, you might even say that the business world actually punishes those who bring real innovation to the world -- people such as free energy inventors, most of which you have never heard about because they ended up mysteriously dead before they could bring their inventions to market. Steve Jobs was celebrated because his innovations were consistent with the culture of mass consumerism and unbridled corporate greed -- buy more computing stuff, and buy it often! That makes investors rich, and that's the name of the game in the business world.

      ! ! !


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      From: Paul Andrew Mitchell <supremelawfirm@...>
      Date: Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 5:54 PM
      Subject: "Steve Jobs dead at 56, his life ended prematurely by chemotherapy and radiotherapy for cancer," by Mike Adams, The Health Ranger (October 06, 2011)
      To: SupremeLaw <supremelaw@...>


      The New England Journal of Medicine has admitted that
      chemotherapy is CONTRA-INDICATED!!


      http://www.naturalnews.com/033793_Steve_Jobs_chemotherapy.html


      (NaturalNews)

      It is extremely saddening to see the cost in human lives that modern society pays for its false belief in conventional medicine and the cancer industry in particular.

      Visionary Steve Jobs died today, just months after being treated for cancer with chemotherapy at the
      Stanford Cancer Center in Palo Alto, California.

      In recent months, he appeared in public photos as a frail shadow of his former self.

      The thin legs, sunken cheek bones and loss of body weight are all classic signs of total body toxicity observed in chemotherapy and radiotherapy patients.



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