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NEWS FLASH!!!!
NEWS FLASH!!!!
NEWS FLASH!!!!

NEWS..THE 4TH EDITION OF HUMAN MIND IS PUBLISHED AND IS CALLED: “MINDANDBELIEF.COM”………”mindandbelief.com”………..”MINDANDBELIEF.COM”

book2THE SCREECH OWLS OF BREAST CANCER

How the demographic social and medical ill omens highlighted by breast cancer are being ignored

Breast cancer is a modern day plague affecting 1.6 million women this year. It is steadily increasing in numbers affected and in severity of disease aggression. Young women by far outnumber young men in numbers getting cancer and it is now the situation that young women get twice as much cancer as men. This is due to their vulnerability to breast cancer. Research, funding and medical focus have not abated this epidemic. Could it be that they are aiding and abetting it’s spread? Are some key players running with the hare and hunting with the hounds? Have they closed the stable door and allowed the horse to bolt and get new pastures in underdeveloped countries and amongst the young? Breast cancer is a demographic social and medical issue. It needs to be tackled on all three fronts. It is an enigma that a simple answer to its predominant cause has not yet been discovered and eradicated.

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THE HUMAN MIND AND BELIEF II – UNPLUGGED

Philosophy, psychology and culture shape society, economics, human behaviour and even theology. The 20th Century has witnessed communism, relativism, atheism, materialism, marxism and psychoanalysis. These false theories of man have reaped a terrible harvest of deeath, depravity and depression. Millions survived these waves of hate and sexual deviance and died or lived for their beliefs and their respect for their fellow man. The International Declaration of Human Rights hard won by two world wars is already being eroded and picked apart in the West. A bulwark of solid philosophy and psychology and culture based on what is real is needed to bolster the Renaissance Man and Woman of the 21st Century. These should reflect what is true and attractive and hopeful in the human person and be as relevant to an aborigine as to an intellectual.