What a difference a week makes

John Hamer

 

What a difference a week makes.

I mean, a week ago the Chimp On-line was dominated with fear-mongering stories on two topics: ISIS and Ebola.

Yet fast forward to today and there are only two lame stories about Ebola and three cringe inducing articles about ISIS.

Indeed, both subjects are matched and eclipsed by articles put out by the Monkey Boys today on subjects covering dog attacks, smoking and North Korea’s Kim Jung Bong Banjo Bingo or whatever the fuck the country’s leader is called.

Course, this begs the question, is this sudden lack of reporting following the almost hysterical hype from the MSM a case of ‘job done’, or a case of no one is believing the old bollocks?

Personally, I really hope that it is the latter since both problems were created by our respective governments as part of their sinister agenda on population control and fear mongering with a view to further enslave us, whilst making oodles of cash for themselves in the process.

Moreover, one of those three Chimp articles about ISIS is so outrageously embarrassing that you would not expect a class of lobotomized pensioners suffering with Alzheimer’s to buy into it.

You see, the article is about how the cut throat terrorist organisation is publishing guides for Islamic State wives on how to be ‘ultimate wives of jihad’ complete with cartoon illustrations on a pink background.

Top tips include how to perform basic first aid, what to cook for Islamists after battles, and how to stitch up damaged clothing…You really couldn’t make this shit up.

But what I want to know is; just where the fuck do these perceived monsters find the time to spare to write and publish this guide to becoming an Islamic extremist Stepford Wife, what with all the beheadings that they have to get through, not to mention their seemingly unopposed taking control of Syrian airbases and oil refineries on an almost daily basis.

You can – if you want – read the Chimp’s old fanny by clicking HERE

As for Ebola? All I have to say on that old bollox is do not, whatever you do, allow yourself to be vaccinated against it.

I will leave you with a short article on “invented diseases” written by my friend & author, John Hamer. And in doing so, I should just point out that the article was written long before this latest attempt at government population control came about.

Invented diseases

John Hamer

How is it possible to ‘invent’ a disease – or a syndrome to be more accurate? The answer is quite simple. When you have the financial muscle and the powerful propaganda machine that the kind of extreme wealth enjoyed by Big Pharma can buy, it is fairly straightforward to convince millions that several hitherto unrelated symptoms when ‘grouped’ together comprise a new illness, disease or syndrome. Indeed this is exactly the case with AIDS / HIV but as that issue has been covered in another article let us concentrate on other examples.

Psychiatry itself admits “it has not proven the ‘disease theory’ or the cause or source of a single mental illness it has classified and the theory of a chemical imbalance in the brain causes mental illness has been thoroughly discredited by the psychiatric industry itself” mainly because critics pointed out that there isn’t even a test for a chemical imbalance, it is complete nonsense. They say psychiatry is the ‘original pseudoscience, medical fraud and completely made up’.

When one delves beneath the surface at the specialty of psychiatry, what is uncovered is so ludicrous it is difficult to believe that it is really true. Prominent psychiatrists from all over the world gather annually for a meeting at which new diseases are invented. There are no objective findings that establish the diagnosis of these diseases. These new diseases are included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Diseases. Potential new diseases are discussed at these meetings and new diseases are voted in or out by a show of hands, believe it or not.

Among recently ‘approved’ new diseases are social anxiety disorder (everyone who has ever felt uncomfortable in a social setting has this disease) and mathematics disease (anyone who has struggled over a maths problem has this disease). Gender identity disorder, passive-aggressive disorder, disorder of written expression and sexual disorder are other examples of invented diseases that will follow the individuals tagged with these ridiculous diagnoses the remainder of their lives. Naturally, all these completely fake diseases have a psychoactive drug, which supposedly ameliorates this disease, complete with a usually impressive price tag of course.

This may all be laughable but unfortunately it has serious consequences. When a child is diagnosed with depression as they are now increasingly, the child is often placed on a potent anti-depressant drug. The manufacturer of one of these leading drugs knew for many years that the drug caused loss of the ability to control violent behaviour, thus increasing violence towards self (suicide) and others (mass murders). This information was covered up because it would have negatively impacted upon sales of the drug. Nearly every teenager involved in the many recent school shooting rampages was taking an anti-depressant drug. There is a major fundamental flaw in a system more concerned about sales of drugs than the welfare of its children, but this we know already.

Another subtle ploy is to artificially set a limit on the incidence of certain parameters within the human body and then declare that anything above (or below) that limit is a cause for concern and/or a danger to our wellbeing. By that method it then becomes a simple task to produce a drug that ‘cures’ that imbalance and make millions for Big Pharma.