As pretenders to the throne of human epistemology, Google/YT desperately persist with their claim of ‘open source’ even though this year’s radical new censorship has now rendered them just another compartment of corporate media, indistinguishable from CNN or NBC or HuffPost.

Bad decision.  Like any business with shortsighted management, they’ve started their own downward spiral.

With the growing demand for pop media’s original promise of free speech/open source for information sharing, literally millions have already turned to more unredacted information platforms – Vimeo, Brighteon, Yellist, duckduckgo, etc.

These are the future, indeed already the present.

This first video briefly reviews the events of the 2019 censorship agenda that began with the imaginary measles outbreak in Seattle last January.  Like a media tsunami rising up in just a few months, one has to ask – now that censorship across the board is in full swing – what happened to that measles threat that triggered it?  It’s gone – vanished.  Because it never existed in the first place.

Other topics of nondrug healing arts are explored – discussion of chiropractic, vaccine science, etc  – and it becomes obvious who’s behind the new media policy that has swept the nation in such a short time.

Here’s the new video of that short lecture, which you are encouraged to download and repost:

Get ready to be shocked.



This past summer we got a text one morning from YT that one of our channels had been deleted. No warning, no backup. No explanation.  Some 70 hours of continuing education video, about a third of which was on vaccine science.  The rest covered various topics on chiropractic, nutrition, and natural medicine.

Soon we found this wasn’t an isolated attack, but a broad policy change across both corporate and social media.  Not just us, but thousands of articles, books, channels, and even websites that had existed for years were suddenly erased from memory, in the most extensive and concerted attack on public information since the mass burning of library books in Nazi Berlin in 1942.   

No comparison, really.  Think about it –  a cybernetic censure like this was a thousand times more pervasive than burning a few piles of individual library books.

What is censorship of this type? What have we just witnessed?  It’s an agreement between the state and the six global media corporations who are now unequivocally announcing that from here on out, they will be the arbiters of what is permitted to be published and what is to be blocked from public view.  Informing us.  Without our consent.

That’s a phrase right out of Nuremberg: informed consent.  As such, a fundamental violation of international law, as well as a blatant contravention of our own First Amendment.

The big question then is – will it stand?

It will if we let it.

The worst news is  – a substantial segment of the country are perfectly content with the new exclusions and agree that these topics should be excluded from media.  They don’t see the slippery slope that must follow now, after this unprecedented new incursion into free speech. They trust the state/corporate media to make their decisions for them on what information should be available and what should be blocked, out.   freedom seems too much of a burden.

A somewhat smaller demographic has actually read the founding documents of this country and have a greater appreciation for the most evolved political experiment in history.  This group is horrified by the tactics of the new 2019 censorship, and are gradually distancing themselves from those sources which are so obviously and admittedly edited.  The traditional American republic can only hope to endure if all opinions are readily available, in every medium.

It will take several months but we are now at work restoring our deleted videos to safer havens.  Some will be at our intact  YouTube channel:

But any on vaccines or anything remotely controversial will be housed at more credible and trusted source platforms.  Vimeo, for example:


Welcome to the new pursuit of uncensored free speech.



Early next year a major publishing house will present a new book that examines the enormous number of Americans currently under drug treatment for some mental disorder or other.  Taking Sides by Edwin Gantt will present research on both sides of the discussion: are all these people really in need of extended courses of psychoactive drugs?

The author and publisher have asked that material from our chapter ADD: A Designer Disease be included.  This chapter is a review of the literature on the contrived phenomenon Attention Deficit Disorder, which has given rise to the $100 billion Ritalin industry in just a few short years.

The primary sources cited are psychiatrists who are often embarrassed, even horrified at the actions of their own profession since the late 80s:

    – Manufacturing dozens of imaginary diagnoses with no supporting science

     – Formally listing them in psychiatry’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual

     – Forcing drugs on a large segment of an entire generation

     – Enlisting completely untrained school personnel to assist in diagnosing new patients  

A few excerpts from the chapter:

“Designer jeans, designer shirts, designer handbags, designer watches, jewelry,
perfumes, neckties, shoes – what are they? Take an ordinary item, put a name on it, a
few million in marketing and promo, and voilà, its price is raised tenfold.  How?  By
creating an illusion of worth in the malleable, fickle, public “consciousness.”

“Same with ADD.  Everyone gets mildly depressed from time to time.  Kids get rowdy
sometimes. Teenagers are confused. Alert the media.  Our attention wanders, we get
distracted, we have difficulty finishing a task. So what?  Welcome to life.  But to turn
these everyday experiences into diseases to be compared with cancer or diabetes –
actual clinical entities, researched and defined – well, that takes real marketing and
dog-wagging mastery.

“So what do we need? A new disease, but we don’t have time to discover one? No
problema. We do have the most advanced information machine in human history
already in place. We can create a disease out of nothing. But it won’t be a real disease.
It will be A Designer Disease.

        “What exactly is ADD?

   “Attention Deficit Disorder, was invented in a 1980 meeting of the American  Psychiatry Association, adding it to their manual. [3] p8      Originally, it supposedly afflicted 5% of Americans children, mostly young boys.  In the past 20 years other opinions have guessed as       high at 40%   [7]  p.285.   But as we will see, these numbers don’t really matter since political organizations are just taking wild guesses   about something that is scientifically undefined.

“No consistent genetic basis or organic neurological lesions, or any verifiable physical
changes have ever been clearly identified as causative of ADD, even in the arbitrary
world of biotechnology. There are no lab tests for it.  In short, there is no objective
scientific proof that the disease exists

“ADD was invented by the APA in order to bolster the position of a failing profession.
Politics and economics took over almost immediately, seeing a way to allocate billions
of dollars in drugs and professional fees to “combat” the new “epidemic.”  It was a
brilliant move, successful beyond their wildest dreams.

“When reading anything about ADD, it seems essential to keep one central notion
clearly in mind: ADD is not a medical entity; it is economic and political.  I soon
discovered I was not alone in this sentiment:

“ADD does not exist. These children are not disordered.” Thomas Armstrong, PhD       The Myth of the ADD Chi ld   [3]

“Both the FDA and the DEA have acknowledged that ADD is not a disease, or anything
organic or biologic.”         – Fred Baughman, MD         The Future of Mental Health  [6]

“We have invented a new disease, given it medical sanction, and now we must disown it.”     – Diane McGuiness  The Limits of Biologic   Treatment for Psychiatric Distress  [9]

“Research does not confirm the existence of an ADD syndrome There is no medical,neurological, or psychiatric justification for the ADD  diagnosis.”                 – Peter Breggin, M,D.       Toxic Psychiatry p 281   [2]

“Be forewarned that ADD is not a real disease, but rather a contrived illusion of a disease, a marketplace tool.”   – Fred Baughman, MD                       [6]

“The DSM is the only way that ADD is diagnosed.  Here’s how it’s done. In the DSM-IV, ADD has nine symptoms listed under it. If a child    has any six of them, in the opinion of the doctor (or the teacher!) that child may be diagnosed as having ADD. That’s it!

Funny thing is, it seems like most of these entries on the list are not symptoms of a mental disorder, but just symptoms of being a kid:

1. Often fidgets with hands or feet or squirms in seat
     2. Often leaves seat in classroom or in other situations in which remaining seated is expected
     3. Often runs about or climbs excessively in situations in which it its inappropriate
     4. Often has difficulty playing or engaging in leisure activities quietly
     5. Is often on the go or often acts as if driven by a motor
     6. Often talks excessively
     7. Often blurts out answers before questions have been completed
     8. Often has difficulty awaiting turn
     9. Often interrupts or intrudes on others      </ul>

Sound like anyone you’ve ever known? Some may ask if there are any kids who would not fit six of these criteria. Again, this is the only “diagnostic” “testing” that exists for determining ADD. Six out of nine. No lab tests, no X-rays, no blood tests, no physical
examination whatsoever, no standardized batteries of written or verbal psychological testing.  Just these nine subjective symptoms.”

We all know people diagnosed with ADD or ADHD.  Are those actual clinical conditions, or just marketing hooks?  There’s a very dark subtext here that may shock and awe even the most jaded among us.

Have any “problem children”?   Before taking them to the “professionals” you might be interested to know what their own authorities say.

For an overview see the updated chapter: ADD – A Designer Disease