The Great Virus Debate Drs. Andrew Kaufman and Thomas Cowan respond to their critics
Solving the Mystery of TB Sally Fallon Morell explains the link between toxic iron oxide and tuberculosis
Democracy & Intrusive Technologies Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial
COVID and Mechanical Ventilation Respiratory therapist Betsy Thomason offers her perspective on ventilators
Holy Body, Holy Earth Hilda Labrada Gore shares Wise Traditions from Ecuador
- President’s Message: The importance of the virus debate (see below)
- Letters: Letters to the Editor of Wise Traditions
- Caustic Commentary: Sally Fallon Morell takes on the Diet Dictocrats
- Reading Between the Lines Merinda Teller considers 21st-century propaganda and how to reclaim our minds
- The Wise Traditions Pantry John Moody offers snack suggestions
- Homeopathy Journal Homeopathy for Covid injections
- Technology As Servant James Kirkpatrick on the politics of pipelines
- WAPF Podcast Interview James Barry on how to put organ meats into the diet
- All Thumbs Book Reviews
- Tim’s DVD Reviews
- Thumbs Up
- Legislative Updates Food Policy Under Covid
- Vaccination Updates Kendall Nelson discusses Catherine Austin Fitts’ take on the global control grid and Covid injections
- Farm and Ranch Brian Wort on P.A. Bowen Farmstead’s chicken tractors 2.0
- A Campaign for Real Milk:
- Healthy Baby Gallery: More Wise Traditions babies!
In this issue, we focus on the debate as to whether or not something called a virus is associated with the illness called Covid—whether a tiny organism can invade our cells to make copies of itself and then spread on aerosoled breath and through bodily fluids to make others sick.
We have been surprised at the resistance to this premise—that the virus does not exist—among those in the alternative health community. One commentator described our views as a “cancer in the health freedom movement” because the promotion of such “unscientific nonsense” would cause those in the field of conventional medicine to dismiss us completely.
Since those in the field of conventional medicine already do dismiss the health freedom movement, what does it matter? In fact, we submit that only when we can show the lack of evidence for the viral theory can we bring down the whole edifice of modern medicine, based as it is on antibiotics and vaccines. All the measures the health freedom movement objects to—masks, social distancing, hand sanitizing and above all vaccines—are predicated on the viral theory of disease, and more generally the germ theory. Prove that viruses don’t exist and we can bring an end to all that is odious in our medical system. Prove that germs don’t cause disease and we can move on to solving the riddle of what causes disease.
We invite those who disagree with the views in “The Great Virus Debate,” page 12, to write to us. We will be happy to air these views in letter or article format in our next issue.
Meanwhile, we are focusing on Wise Traditions 2022! The place is the beautiful convention center in Knoxville, Tennessee, and the dates are Oct. 21-23 with our real milk fundraiser on Oct. 20 and farm day on Oct. 24—please note that the conference is two weeks earlier this year. We are currently working on our speaker schedule and food donations—our chef is super excited about the event. For information and updates, visit wisetraditions.org.
One thing we will spend a lot more effort on this year is the exhibit hall. Our goal is one hundred exhibitors and the creation of a real marketplace—in addition to health products, we’d like to have exhibitors selling crafts, jewelry, clothing and household items. We have lowered the price for regular exhibitors to just one hundred fifty dollars. If you are interested in exhibiting, or can suggest the names of potential exhibitors, please contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org, with “Exhibitor” in the subject line.
We are looking forward to seeing many of you in Tennessee in October!🖨️ Print post