I was ahead of the times in the early 1990s when I was blowing the whistle on the dangers of aspartame.
As I watch the CV-19 debate today, I am reminded how the history of aspartame approval was manipulated. Actually, the corruption behind aspartame approval was pioneering and it launched a future of corruption.
Today, aspartame is still on the market, but its health dangers haven’t lessened and have been buried under propaganda for over 30 years – and going.
The dangers of aspartame have been, and still are being, manipulated, and because they have gotten by with this for so long, we continue to witness this type of manipulation today.
For the health and wellness of us all, I want this gas-lighting of the consumer to stop.
It’s the manipulation of the truth by the media, Big Corps, and government agencies. This problem is definitely getting worse as time goes on, but it’s no surprise – I uncovered this deception decades ago.
Nothing’s new today with CV-19, and it’s astonishing to see the information manipulation continue.
An Information War
The patterns are clear – I use aspartame approval as a good example of this manipulation because the documentation may be buried, but it’s confirmed.
Every time a new research study was published proving aspartame causes cancer, MS, memory loss, or other degenerative diseases, government watch-dog agencies and the media would counter-publish stories discrediting the scientific study.
You can see this happening today with CV-19 and the therapeutics that appear
to cure it – and rapidly.
When will this “information war” end?
In The UK
The European Food Safety Authority published a draft scientific opinion in the 1990s discrediting more than 20 aspartame studies that identified serious health problems caused by aspartame, ranging from premature births to cancer.
Why would they do something like this? I was reminded of this deception when the media discredited the healing effects of HCQ and CV-19.
This is unacceptable to the many scientists, and consumers, who are on the front lines of these health issues. I just wrote an article about the known health dangers of statins. Case in point.
Time For Change
The well-documented aspartame approval timeline is conclusive evidence that the dangers of this chemical food additive have been well documented since the 1970s.
I worked with Dr. Erik Millstone when I was writing my first book on aspartame, Sweet Poison.
He has been working with Parliament and the EU government concerning chemical food dangers and their harmful effects on people.
Our work has focused on the ways public policy-makers make decisions concerning the protection of public health. How do policy-makers decide on the rules with which they regulate industrial products and manufacturing processes, especially in the food and chemical sectors?
Let’s consider cures for CV-19 and cancer. How honest is this information?
Dr. Millstone has studied a wide-range of public health issues, including food additives such a aspartame, pesticides, BSE, GM foods and crops, and the control of lead pollution.
There are countless good people on the front lines fighting for truth and transparency, but sadly, our voices are crowded out.
The Debate Goes On And On
If you want to see this deceptive information process for yourself, read the history of aspartame approval in Sweet Poison – it applies today.
I hope this gas-lighting stops. It certainly needs to end.
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