A2A with Dr. Dave Janda of Operation Freedom

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Another tremendous A2A webinar with our friend, Dr. Dave Janda of Operation Freedom. If you want to get a true sense of the state of American healthcare in the wake of The Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), you should be sure to listen to this recording.

After a 20-minute discussion on American healthcare, Dr. Janda fielded questions from the audience on topics such as:

  • Vaccines
  • Colloidal silver
  • The coming economic reset
  • His biggest fears/concerns as we head toward 2017

The good doctor also discusses his recent interview of another friend of Turdville, John Titus. The link to listen to the interview is here: https://www.davejanda.com/guests/john-titus/sunday-august-21-2016

Please be sure to give this a thorough listen.

TF

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abundance
Aug 27, 2016 - 11:41pm

Is it at all possible for Dr Janda to give a brief summary of

what single payer health care is ..pros and cons?

passed the interview on to my group of family

and friends.

SteveW
Aug 27, 2016 - 1:57pm

Points for treatment

After finally finding time to listen to Dave I must say I'm shocked by the points for treatment, regardless of medical necessity. In some bizarre way this substantiates his long term goal of prevention since minimal intervention scores high.

While Canada has a rationing model our physicians still control the system and are mostly private businesses working on a negotiated fee for service model. Dave seems to be against single payor, and I can understand why if government controls treatment, so it would have been good to hear his comments on the Canadian system.

Ferd Torgerson
Aug 27, 2016 - 10:48am

Dyna mo hum

I believe the last time I had gin was in about 1971. Had tried some Tom Collins' and just couldn't get into them.

The only time I ever drank grapefruit juice was when I was about 8 years old. Took a good chug from a glass of the stuff and threw up. Never tried again. (I've been on the grapefruit juice wagon now for about 62 years).

Ferd

AlienEyes
Aug 27, 2016 - 12:04am

JC

Thanks, doc !

It's a real pleasure to have a good doctor around.

(Unlike that 'party line' arse hat that five or six of us shredded when he called out Dr. Janda.)

James Crightonsilver66
Aug 26, 2016 - 11:07pm

@silver66 - 5:46pm post

Thanks for the approach Silver66. I use tumeric ("turmeric") as a preventative (prophylactically). However, there are reams of articles on the stuff in both the lay and academic press - if doing a Google search you might want to add the claimed active ingredients' name to it (the search): curcumin.

One comes across claims that commercial turmeric is tainted with lead. I don't know how true this is and it probably bears looking into (by some kind soul here?) - however, I would be wary of the malign hand of the pharmaceutical industry here - an old modus operandi of the industry from hell.

So, bottom line, turmeric, taken sensibly, I am sure can only do you good. However, I would add that it should just be part of a general regime of health - cut sugar out of ones diet; minimal alcohol (sorry AE, etc - and I'm not very good at this myself!); eat as much colour as possible (berries, apple skin, veg with colour, etc); avoid GMO (glyphosphate / glyphosate / Roundup); daily walk - aim for 40 minutes non-stop - even gentle walk is fine, but do try and make it non-stop. If you can't walk very well (e.g. arthritis) then try gentle swimming - exercise generates endorphins (the "feel-good" brain chemical) which prevent / treat depression.

And, if you successfully avoid sugar, don't avoid fat - natural fat that is - fat is normal in ones diet - essential really - and it makes one satisfied (i.e. "full") and prevents mid-morning hunger.

Good luck

jc

James Crightonsilver66
Aug 26, 2016 - 10:57pm

@silver66 - 5:46pm post

Thanks for the approach Silver66. I use tumeric ("turmeric") as a preventative (prophylactically). However, there are reams of articles on the stuff in both the lay and academic press - if doing a Google search you might want to add the claimed active ingredients' name to it (the search): curcumin.

One comes across claims that commercial turmeric is tainted with lead. I don't know how true this is and it probably bears looking into (by some kind soul here?) - however, I would be wary of the malign hand of the pharmaceutical industry here - an old modus operandi of the industry from hell.

So, bottom line, turmeric, taken sensibly, I am sure can only do you good. However, I would add that it should just be part of a general regime of health - cut sugar out of ones diet; minimal alcohol (sorry AE, etc - and I'm not very good at this myself!); eat as much colour as possible (berries, apple skin, veg with colour, etc); avoid GMO (glyphosphate / glyphosate / Roundup); daily walk - aim for 40 minutes non-stop - even gentle walk is fine, but do try and make it non-stop. If you can't walk very well (e.g. arthritis) then try gentle swimming - exercise generates endorphins (the "feel-good" brain chemical) which prevent / treat depression.

Good luck

jc

Dyna mo hum
Aug 26, 2016 - 10:28pm

Ferd I remember

Gordons gin and fresh squeezed grapefruit juice on a hot afternoon. Damn I miss those days. https://www.ginfestival.com/news/aphrodisiac-gins

Ferd Torgerson
Aug 26, 2016 - 9:29pm

You Guys Talking about Alcohol Have Flung a Craving on Me

Let me offer you a complimentary swig of what I'm having.

Just be sure to wipe off the mouth of the bottle with your sleeve before passing it on to the next in line.

I wouldn't even drink gin on a dare.

Ferd

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AlienEyes
Aug 26, 2016 - 7:34pm

Gin

Only drank gin once. Woke up in a roadside ditch in Virginia Beach. Head hurt so bad I considered getting a head transplant. NEVER again !

Tequila Oro !

Si !

Markedtofuture
Aug 26, 2016 - 6:41pm

Congressman McFadden on the Federal Reserve Corporation 

Congressman McFadden on the Federal Reserve Corporation Remarks in Congress, 1934

Quotations from several speeches made on the Floor of the House of Representatives by the Honorable Louis T. McFadden of Pennsylvania. Mr. McFadden, due to his having served as Chairman of the Banking and Currency Committee for more than 10 years, was the best posted man on these matters in America and was in a position to speak with authority of the vast ramifications of this gigantic private credit monopoly.

As Representative of a State which was among the first to declare its freedom from foreign money tyrants it is fitting that Pennsylvania, the cradle of liberty, be again given the credit for producing a son that was not afraid to hurl defiance in the face of the money-bund. Whereas Mr. McFadden was elected to the high office on both the Democratic and Republican tickets, there can be no accusation of partisanship lodged against him. Because these speeches are set out in full in the Congressional Record, they carry weight that no amount of condemnation on the part of private individuals could hope to carry.

The Federal Reserve-A Corrupt Institution

“Mr. Chairman, we have in this Country one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever known. I refer to the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Reserve Banks, hereinafter called the Fed. The Fed has cheated the Government of these United States and the people of the United States out of enough money to pay the Nation’s debt. The depredations and iniquities of the Fed has cost enough money to pay the National debt several times over. Continued….

https://home.hiwaay.net/~becraft/mcfadden.html

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