2008-Pinkwashing-Breast Cancer Deception reveals the shocking
truth about the breast cancer industry's scheme to profit from
disease and censor natural cures.
News,com, by Mike Adams
cancer has been transformed into a market-driven industry. It
has become more about making money for corporate sponsors than
funding innovative ways to treat breast cancer." - Health
Studies researcher Samantha King, author of Pink Ribbons Inc.
Wearing pink for breast cancer, or buying pink products, is a
demonstration of your support for the enslavement of women by a
highly-unethical industry that seeks to turn women's bodies into
profit centers. Wearing pink shouts, "I support the ignorance of
women! I support Big Pharma! I support male-dominated corporate
control over the health of women's breasts!"
Buying pink products sends the same message. Whether it's a can
of soup, a pair of pink batteries or even a pink "vacation"
(yes, they do exist), these products are jumping on the pink
bandwagon for one reason only: consumers buy it. Painting any
product pink results in a sales surge.
The marketing push for pink products is so strong now that many
companies selling products that actually cause cancer
have jumped on the pink bandwagon! It's a practice called "pinkwashing,"
and when you see things like toxic cosmetics and
chemically-manufactured personal care products sporting the pink
ribbons and pledging to support breast cancer research, you have
to stop and ask yourself the obvious question: Don't these
products actually CAUSE breast cancer? Yes, many of them do.
The truth is there's no accountability in the donations stemming
from the sales of such pink products. Buying a can of soup
branded with a pink ribbon, for example, may generate a whole of
two cents in donations. And where do those donations go? Are
they spent on nutritional education programs for women? Of
course not - they often go into the pockets of
pro-pharmaceutical non-profit groups (like the Susan G. Komen
Breast Cancer Foundation) that have very strong ties to drug
companies and actually receive much of their funding from those
companies. In effect, these are drug company "front groups" that
engage in disease mongering and push mass screening in order to
multiply the number of people being "treated" for breast cancer.
The only allowed treatments, of course, are those that
financially benefit the drug companies and conventional medicine
The solution? Think before you pink! See the website of the
honest non-profit, Breast Cancer Action, at
www.ThinkBeforeYouPink.org to learn more.
and healthy products