Diseases in Modern Times

(April 2011)


The biggest cause of diseases today is the greatly deteriorated quality of food we eat in our time, plus the drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) we have, and the tobacco we smoke.

Since the onset of the 20th century, there has been what I call the over-chemicalization of food, of the soil, of the drinks (hence over-chemicalization of our bodies), and cigarettes, and over-chemicalization of the atmosphere (the hole in the ozone layer, etc.). There are new diseases which have also been caused by biological or bacteriological warfare conducted by the Big Powers, as well as nuclear weapons and radioactivity…as well as chemicals in the water we drink…as well as fertilizers made of chemicals.

The other BIG problem, of course, is the chemicalization of modern MEDICINE! Just as there is a movement and demand for CLEAN fuel, there should be a movement and demand for CLEAN MEDICINE!

People in Africa and the Americas were actually healthier, and lived longer, before conquest by Europeans.

The food we eat is full of chemicals. Cattle, pigs, sheep, chickens, etc., are injected with chemicals, for quick and more profit-making purposes. We eat this meat, and eggs, and crops and fruits suffering from artificial chemicals, and this poisons our blood. The blood is to the body what oil is to the engine of an automobile. When the oil is dirty and old and sick, it damages the engine of the car; because of that, we take the car to a garage periodically for a change of oil. However, we treat cars better that our bodies. We do not care to clean or purify our blood. The blood, poisoned by the chemicals, dirty, circulates throughout the body, causing the malfunctioning of all the organs of the body, heart, kidneys, liver, pancreas, eyes, etc. The poisoned, dirty, sick blood becomes the foundation of most of the modern diseases we have. Most diseases we have are actually food-borne diseases…some are referred to as “life-style diseases”.

AIDS itself is a blood disease. No one, so far, except a few bold individuals, has told us exactly how the viruses that poisoned the blood in this fashion got to the blood???? Is it the chemicals in the food and atmosphere, or is it some new chemicals in the atmosphere; or is it a result of some bacteriological warfare measure?

Anyway, good, CLEAN food is at the centre of the effective treatment/management of AIDS. The IMMUNE system is nutrition-related.

It is not by accident, then, that Africa, which has the biggest food crisis and malnutrition crisis in the world, happens, at the same time, to have the biggest AIDS crisis! In the USA, the richest USA, the biggest crisis of AIDS is in the ghettos housing African Americans and the poor Hispanic people! Poverty, and malnutrition are, of course, also concentrated in these communities!

The key to defeating and reversing the innumerable diseases we have nowadays are measures to purify and clean and detoxify the blood. We now have herbal mixtures, above all from a Healer from Lesotho [Mafaisa], as well as from a Healer from KZN [Khumalo], which detoxify, purify, and clean the blood, producing astonishing results with regard to Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, AIDS, Cancers, Feet problems, Male problems, etc.


About Professor Herbert W. Vilakazi

Professor Herbert Vilakazi was born at Nongoma, KwaZulu/Natal, South Africa. He received his tertiary education at Columbia University, and at the New School For Social Research, both in New York City, USA. He has taught sociology and other social sciences at various tertiary institutions in and around New York City (City College of City University, Essex County College in Newark, Livingstone College, and State University of New York). He has also taught at the University of Transkei (now Walter Sisulu University), University of the Witwatersrand, University of Cape Town, and University of Zululand. He served as Deputy-Chairperson of the Independent Electoral Commission from 1998 to 2004. He has also served as Special Advisor to the Premier of KwaZulu/Natal (2005-2007). He is Chairperson of Vilakazi Development Strategies.
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