This shit is why I hate Andreas Moritz

Andreas Moritz, frequent reader and big fan of this blog, says some of the most vile things.

Many cancer patients have devoted their entire lives to helping and supporting others. Their selfless service can be very a noble quality, depending on the motivation behind it. If they sacrifice and neglect their own well being to avoid facing any shame, guilt or unworthiness within them, they are actually cutting off the very limb they are hanging on. They are ‘selflessly’ devoted to please others so that, in return, they may be loved and appreciated for their contributions. This, however, serves as an unconscious acknowledgment of not loving oneself. This may lock up unresolved issues, fears, and feelings of unworthiness in the cellular memory of organs and tissues in the body.

“Love your neighbor as yourself” is one of the most basic requirements for curing cancer.

I despise Moritz’s blame-the-victim routine. “Don’t love yourself? Yeah, that’s probably why you have cancer. Oh, what? You feel worse? Well, buy my quacking bullshit. If it doesn’t work, that’s your fault, too.”

As DNA research has recently proved, you can literally alter your DNA’s genetic setting and behavior within a matter of a moment. Your DNA listens to every word you utter to yourself and it feels every emotion you experience. Moreover, it responds to all of them. You program yourself every second of the day, consciously and unconsciously.

Wow. That’s pretty hefty stuff. I’m sure Moritz can cite in what scientific paper he read this, right? I mean, what a survival mechanism this could be. And DNA listens?! Wowzie!

But I’m just kidding. Moritz has not the background to comprehend scientific papers. I’m sure he got his information from one of those real-medicine-is-evil networking sites that absolutely distorts every piece of information it presents.

If you choose to, you can rewrite the program in any way you want to, provided you are truly self-aware.

I’m not so sure Moritz actually knows what DNA is, how it works, or why he’s an idiot.

It is known that widows and people who are socially isolated, or have nobody to share their deepest feelings with, are the most prone to developing cancer.

Really? Old people are more prone to developing cancer? Oh, oh, oh. It isn’t that they’re old; it’s that they are sad. And, of course, they are sad because they aren’t buying this quack’s bullshit.

But I know, I know. I’m sort of assuming he’s doing this to make a buck. I mean, where has he said anything about giving him money? In fact, I made this entire post while reading what Moritz wrote (as opposed to reading the whole thing and then responding section by section). I obviously must have been going into his article with assumptions…

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The thing is, during the whole process of making this post, I was reading a paragraph, responding to particular bits, and then hoping the next section would be him asking for money just so I could point out his quackery a little more vividly. But now I’m ashamed. I mean, why was I was hoping? Aside from the displeasure of knowing people’s lives are at risk because of Moritz’s advertising, I should have been certain. This man is a pile of manure, a practitioner of malarkey. I should always know he’s going to attempt to swindle people.

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Virginia AG gets bitched slapped

On March 4, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli sent a letter to Virginia’s public colleges and universities telling them they ought to allow discrimination against gays. (Because gay people don’t deserve employment or education, I guess.) Less than a week later, Governor Bob McDonnell issued an Executive Directive (which I apparently missed until today).

“Discrimination based on factors such as one’s sexual orientation or parental status violates the Equal Protection Clause of the United States Constitution,” the new directive said in response to the letter.

“Therefore, discrimination against enumerated classes of persons set forth in the Virginia Human Rights Act or discrimination against any class of persons without a rational basis is prohibited.”

I love it…”without a rational basis is prohibited”. No one can offer a legitimate argument as to why sexual orientation is relevant to any public job. The only basis is bigotry and unqualified hatred.

But I’m torn. I can’t decide if the best part of this is the fact the equality is being enforced or if it’s Cuccinelli’s bitch slap reaction.

“I applaud Governor McDonnell for the tone he is setting for the Commonwealth of Virginia. I will remain in contact with the Governor and continue to work with him on issues important to Virginians,” Cuccinelli said. “I expect Virginia’s state employees to follow all state and federal anti-discrimination laws and will enforce Virginia’s laws to the fullest extent.”

“Because I don’t want to get fired.”

Okay, that whole equality jazz is always better, but there’s still a satisfaction in seeing a bigot’s views pushed to the side.

Thought of the day

The greatest tool in any philosophy is the thought experiment.