URALIC FAMILY HOME PAGE
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Here are examples where independent researchers achieve better results than the medical industry, which is still using cutting, burning and poisoning to cure cancer despite billions of dollars raised to "find the cure." If these horrible treatments only save a few lives, why not offer alternatives that offer the same or even better results but without the colateral damage. Nobody is rushing in to study them so why not open it up to others? Their methods leave the patient severely damaged and in many cases their medicine kills the patient. Hypocrites said "do no harm" and to use natural methods (food) before attempting any powerful chemicals. For complying with the safe, effective methods proposed by Hypocrites, they are persecuted by the government sponsored agencies such as AMA, Cancer Society etc. that apparently are more concerned about their precious poor protocol and professional high paid positions than curing the patient. The Cancer Industry depends on fund raising and the appearance of trying to find a cure to perpetuate itself. A cure would result in a catastrophic implosion of the whole lucrative system, and they protect it vigorously. This situation is a classic case of conflict of interest and we are all the poorer for it. If they cared at all they would give alternative treatments a fair, unbiased hearing. They do not. That is why I choose to support the so called "Quacks" in these videos. If you or your loved one has cancer, the Hoxsey Clinic charges $3500 to cure the cancer. Check into it and the Gerson Clinic. Devine healing is also available; God can. It saddens me to see so many well-trained people in life sciences related fields sell themselves to the god of money, protecting their benefactors and furthering their financial goals at the expense of sick bodies.
Rene Caisse Story - The Story of Essiac Tea
Essiac - a do it yourself cancer cure.
Essiac - Cure your own cancer
The Beautiful Truth - student examines the corrupt health industry.
This web page is also about the rejection of the notion that being proud
of your origins is unpatriotic, nationalistic, or even racist. In today's
rapidly changing world, we need solid reference points about who we are and
where we came from. That is one reason I think that many people today are more
interested in their family history, and history in general. The Finno-Ugric
people are a group of people with common problems and interests,
linguistically and culturally related. Their struggle for survival is not
nationalism in the sense we have grown to understand it since WWII, but the
desire to live, thrive and not be absorbed by other nations - to retain
language and identity and live in peace. Diversity is good; with respect to native people, collectivism is bad. Nature loves diversity, only humans sometimes think everyone should be the same. Around the world there are people who are trying to get national anthems banned, as well as any pride in nationality. Exactly what the communists were trying to do inside Russia. Their nationalism was cloaked inside a "Communist" movement - to turn the world into, yes, Russians, which included protracted genocide through inhumane slavery. The destruction of language as government policy is also a form of genocide.
The largest political group of Finno-Ugric related people in the North are the Finnish people. This page contains first-hand information of Finland's own struggle against destructive forces that often rise up against these freedom-loving people. You will find a lot of information on the Finnish-Russian War, WWII. A collection of exclusive photos of the Continuation War on Laatokka (Lake Ladoga), Karelia, is presented in Antti's Photo Gallery.
When I first began this site, (c. 1997) a reader emailed me and asked me if I thought the Finnish language was in danger. I did not think it was at the time. The Finnish language as I know it, may be in danger now. Linguistic and cultural waves from America are eroding the once proud Finnish shores, that were defended jealously. Today, more than ever, Finnish words are being junked in favor of English words, Finnish culture for Hollywood. Historically this has always happened, but recently the process has intensified. Perhaps the Finns themselves are not aware, but visitors notice the change. The future of Finnish language rests with the Finns themselves, and their own will to preserve their language and culture.