From Europe by Karma Singh
As some will already know, I have made many videos and given many interviews in Germany – in the German language, of course.
Many, but by no means all of these have had to do with the "iniquities" of pharmaceutical medicine and, MUCH more importantly, why it doesn't, and can't, work and what DOES work, and why. I have even written two books on this which you will find here.
I have long wanted to expand this into the English speaking world but have, to date, not been able to establish any connections with independent news services.
I have a long-term friend, named Brian, in the county of Dorset, on England's southern coast who used to be a BBC camera man. I asked him if he would be willing to film an interview with me if I sent him the questions. To this, he readily agreed and even went to the trouble of borrowing two cameras from a friend so that we could record with 3 cameras (mine included).
Reviewing this whilst I was editing the raw video tracks, I was amazed both by the knowledge which my conversation partner has garnered and the skill with which he brought out the points which he wanted to make. My "script" became nothing more than a loose framework for him.
Why should this amaze me?
When I first got to know Brian, he was a motor mechanic who was about to lose his livelihood through arthritis…
– if you can't hold a spanner or screwdriver, you're not going to fix many cars! The Harmony Technology quickly fixed this problem for him (see how here) and, in the limited time now available to him, he still works on repairing and rebuilding cars and vans.
Why is his time limited?
Brian has two severely disabled sons who are very slowly dying of muscular dystrophy. Neither of them is now capable of moving "under his own steam" and it is to him that the task falls of turning them in bed every hour or so, hoisting them on and off the toilet, bathing and much else besides. The world around him is one which he sees through a constant haze of exhaustion.
Muscular Dystrophy is the state in which the immune system fails to recognise muscle tissues and destroys them as though they were invading parasites. Death usually comes when the heart muscles are destroyed. Clearly a perturbation in the information structures of their bodies but all of our attempts to reverse this have, so far, failed. Much more work is needed on this and neither Brian nor I have the needed resources. Conventional medicine tries to dismiss it as a genetic defect but, as the symptoms first appear at around six years of age, this, clearly, cannot be true; your genes do NOT change on your sixth birthday or at any other time in your life!