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Failing medical, health, food and environmental systems expected to cause 60% hike in cancer deaths of women by 2030


(NaturalNews) The bureaucratic masterminds who inhabit positions of power – many of whom are Ivy League-educated people who anointed themselves as masters of our universe – have made a mess out of things, without a doubt. The world's medical/health, food and environmental systems are all failing, and the evidence of this is all around us.

Though humankind is supposedly at our most technologically advanced point in the history of the world when it comes to medical technology, CNN recently reported a startling statistic: By 2030, the number of women dying of cancer around the world will rise to roughly the population of Denmark – 5.5 million.

That is a nearly 60 percent increase from cancer deaths in 2012, when 3.5 million women succumbed to the disease.

The question is: why?

CNN cites sources taking a typical left-wing position: Cancer deaths are due to poverty. But this is hypocritical, considering that the globalists tell us all the time that thanks to "free trade" and globalization incomes are rising all over the world, while poverty falls.

Globalization is reducing poverty – so why are deaths up?

However, buried in the report are these paragraphs:

"But the biggest leap in deaths from cancer is expected to come from low- and middle-income countries, according to the report presented at the World Cancer Congress in Paris [recently].

"Though women in these countries are living longer, they were also found to be adopting riskier habits such as smoking and poor diets." [Emphasis added]

That's important to note because, aside from tobacco use, "poor diets" usually mean eating foods that are processed, devoid of nutritious ingredients, packed with GMOs and pesticides, and filled with artificial flavors and colors.

Adopting a poor dietary system is very often tied to climbing out of poverty. For instance, as the standard of living in Mexico has risen over the decades, so, too, has the obesity rate, which now surpasses that of the United States.

Higher obesity rates, of course, lead to a plethora of health problems: Heart attacks, diabetes, high blood pressure and cancer being four of the top disease processes linked to obesity. And this, at a time when the health systems of major world powers are crumbling under bureaucratic red tape and over-regulation.

As reported by Alternet, nowhere is the food system failing more than in the United States, where giant food corporations have the money and power to influence (to their favor) the lawmaking and policy-making process (which is why it's so screwed up).

'We have to rethink our relationship with the food system'

The news site interviewed Anuradha Mittal, founder and executive director of the Oakland Institute, a non-profit research and advocacy organization in Oakland, California, that works to ensure public participation and democratic debate on crucial economic and social policy issues. In the interview, Mittal dropped some truth bombs about the U.S. food system.

"I think the biggest problem in the United States is that food, instead of being about communities, is now about commodities. It is controlled, not by the family farm, growing food for families and communities, while maintaining bio-diversity," she said. "What we see as a result is a disconnect between us and the food system where we have been reduced to mere consumers. So we have to rethink our relationship with the food system before we can effectively challenge that."

Tied to the failing food system is extensive environmental damage from commercial farming that uses increasing amounts of poisonous fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides like Monsanto's glyphosate-filled Roundup.

Others have faulted the healthcare systems in developed countries – especially the U.S., where Obamacare has dramatically failed to live up to its promises. Premiums are skyrocketing, as are other out-of-pocket costs. And millions of Americans have plans with deductibles that are so high they must pay hundreds or thousands of dollars each year before plans begin covering illnesses and injuries.

In sum, these failing systems – at a time when medical technology is at its highest and globalization is supposedly eradicating much poverty – are going to be responsible for more death in the future, not less.




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