Breast cancer. A disease that has been killing women for as long as anyone can remember, and is now increasing exponentially. Whose victims now put any other epidemic, or death by warfare, into the shade. It is the greatest human disaster ever.
Once diagnosed, chances of survival, as in no further re-occurrence of cancer are virtually nil (with conventional treatment).
One has to ask therefore:
Why isn’t this headline news every day in every kind of media until it is resolved?
Why is no-one talking about finding the cause, only a cure?
Why isn’t it the number issue for parliament and the health service?
Why? Why? Why?
Because we live in a society run by men, based on their needs solely. If it were the disease affected only them, the answers would have been found long ago. Women still have no real status in society, and their getting ill is not only of no consequence to those who rule over us it is actually proving very good for business, just as wars keep the profits rolling in too. I would even go as far as to say that if the cause were to be discovered it would never ever be made public, men stand far too much to lose.
This is crazy, obviously. I would therefore encourage all women, and those who care about them, to use the next election as an opportunity to try and turn this balance of power around, even if it means bringing in a party who has previously had no experience of leadership, just so issues like this get put at the top of the list of priorities. Women have the majority. Don’t waste it.
And while you are reading this, I actually know what the cause is. Money. Plain and simple. Get a copy of Herman Melville’s TYPEE and read about it for yourself. As recently as the 1840s there were still communities that had not been touched by the greed and religion of the Europeans (this one in the South Seas) who had never known of an incidence of cancer, or any other illness either. They lived a long healthy life, barring accidents. Had no genetic defects. Their populations remained stable for thousands of years without contraceptives. There was no such thing as money, or ownership of property. No notion of employment or work. Nor did they even farm, but lived totally on what could be foraged. The answer? As I have been advocating all along, work at living without the need for money. It will not only change your life, but will affect the profits of those who have created this evil and if enough follow their power will diminish accordingly.