Drug Free?

Yup that’s me.

I am drug free. I am not in line with the corporate agenda. In this way I may be considered a danger to society. But why is it that what we ‘need‘ is heavily based on what makes the most profit? Why is it that many of our inalienable rights are being heavily directed by the financial sector?

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Unless one really digs in their heels and says “Whoa!” the only answers we are going to get from most conventional sources are answers which are profitable in a corporate board room setting.

Where did we take this wrong turn? In essence, if we choose to stay with the herd, the future of our health is being sold for profit.

I remember long ago and far away, when I was working with a child who had previously been diagnosed with Kawasaki disease.

(Understand that I never work with diagnosis or follow any diagnostic medical protocols. It just not my area of knowledge, training or the way that I see the human condition.)

In the energy assessment that I do, her body showed stress from residues of vaccines.

I called up a chum of mine who is a holistic health consultant, a physicist, a technical writer and the daughter of a immunology researcher. Did I mention that I have great friends?

I laid out what I had found and asked her if Kawasaki disease could be a vaccine side effect.

She said ‘It could be, but no one is going to look into it”. I asked why not? She said “Because there is no money in it.

“Research is funded by someone and spending money searching for that co-relation won’t make anybody big money”. She then went on to say that I was probably right.

I am going to deliver here what is a Radical Manifesto in today’s world

My Radical Manifesto

  • Grow your own food in your own yard
  • Collect rainwater
  • Consider supplementing your energy needs with passive solar panels
  • Hang your laundry on a line outside in the sun to dry
  • Consider living off grid

No big deal right?


In some places the above suggestions are against the law.

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Here are some more radical thoughts

  • Buy your food directly from farmers in your area
  • Buy food from Farmer’s Markets
  • Cook for yourself and your family
  • Ask questions of all care givers and all treatments, even if they suggest you are being ‘silly’ or ‘paranoid’ or ‘over-reacting’.
  • Try a natural and non-harmful measures first

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To me, the health basics are still:

Vital food, clean pure water, fresh air, exercise, basic hygiene, a healthy affordable clean shelter, meaningful work, social interaction, loving relationships.

Are these signs of radical behaviour or signs of sustainability?

Can you think of a RADICAL ACT that could be added to this list? Please comment below.

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Bio PicNelda McEwen has been practicing as a Medical Intuitive in SW Ontario for over 25 years; counselling individuals and families, as well as offering her signature ICH training to other Medical Intuitives in the health field. Nelda’s professional research has been acknowledged and published in the Professional Kinesiology Practitioners Manual. The PKP program is recognized through the International Kinesiology College of Zurich Switzerland.