Looking for a Unique Gift for Someone?

If you’re interested in giving someone in your life a really unique gift this holiday season, consider the audiobook, The Target List by yours truly.

You’ll be giving that special person an opportunity to listen to a very interesting and entertaining story, and also be exposing  him or her to some concepts about modern healthcare they’re probably not aware of.

Help me educate others about the medical industrial complex and what this large consortium of companies is doing every year to innocent healthcare consumers

In The Target List, assassins are hired by Big Pharma to silence a team of doctors and their revolutionary new medical tool that cures cancer. It’s a bite-sized thriller that grabs you from the first few words and keeps you listening until the very end of the story.

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Happy Holidays!

By Dr. John Reizer

Author of The Target List novel

I would like to take this opportunity to wish all our visitors a happy, healthy holiday season. Hopefully, you’ll have a chance to spend quality time with the people that are special in your life.

I am planning to do the same and looking forward to some downtime that this time of year usually allows.

In the month of December and through next year, my plan is to continue publishing articles here at NoFakeNews; it’s good therapy for me and keeps my mind active.

I have started a new novel and am also somewhat involved with writing the screenplay for The Target List. It’s been a great year with regards to my writing career.

Thanks again for reading the articles and books I have written; I really do appreciate your support.

Best Regards,

Dr. John Reizer

An Interview with Allen Grunerud – Narrator of The Target List

By NoFakeNews

Recently, we had an opportunity to ask the narrator of The Target List audiobook, Allen Grunerud a few questions. Here’s what he had to say:

When did you know you wanted to be an audiobook narrator?

I had been thinking about audiobook narration for several years prior to retiring from teaching a couple of years ago.  I have experience in voice-over and commercial work, so this seemed a logical transition.

How did you wind up narrating audiobooks? Was it always your goal or was it something you stumbled into by chance?

I am relatively new to audiobook narration.  I taught theatre and English for many years; that combination leads to a love of language and a reverence for the spoken word.  Narration provides an opportunity for artistic expression in the comfort of a home studio.

Did you find it difficult to “break into” audiobook narration? What skill/tool helped you the most when getting started?

I use the ACX format to find audition opportunities.  ACX is the Amazon Audible production site that matches authors and producers and streamlines the business end of audiobook production.  It was not too long after I began auditioning that I began receiving offers.

A lot of narrators seem to have a background in theatre. Is that something you think is essential to a successful narration career?

I do think it is essential to be able to interpret an author’s words and be able to verbalize a character or mood.  Having been an actor and director for decades has made the move to audiobooks fairly seamless.

What type of training have you undergone?

I have my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Theatre and I produced and directed plays and musicals for professional, educational and community theatres.

How do you manage to avoid burn-out? What do you do to maintain your enthusiasm for narrating?

As I indicated, I am fairly new to audiobook narration, so the process still feels fresh and enticing.  New projects bring new enthusiasm and I love to explore a new book and work with authors.

Are you an audiobook listener? What about the audiobook format appeals to you?

I am an audiobook listener; it was my salvation several years ago when I was commuting to work.  It is an excellent way to catch up on “reading” without having to read.

What are your favorite and least favorite parts of narrating an audiobook?

My favorite part of narration is the interpretation and presentation of the author’s vision—trying to bring that to life.  I have great respect for writers; creation is a very personal thing, so I want to come as close as I can to make my narration fit the author’s intent.   My least favorite part, I suppose, is the technical end of things: editing and such. Also, I spend an inordinate amount of time re-recording in order to get the words right, get the sound right, get the mood right.

What would you say are your strongest narration abilities?

I guess I bring authenticity to my narration.  A believability. You never want the narration to sound like you are just reading a text.

What about this title compelled you to audition as narrator?

“The Target List” really piqued my curiosity because of its subject matter, its unlikely heroes and its suspenseful nature.  Once I began working on it I appreciated the economy of language and the very accessible and endearing characters. In addition, John (Reizer) is a very supportive and nurturing author to work with, which made the project a joy from beginning to end.  This is a terrific book and I hope I have done it justice.

About the Narrator

Allen Grunerud is a recently retired theatre and English educator. He brings a love of literature and a reverence for the spoken word to his work.

Bringing characters’ stories to life has been Allen’s primary goal; each new challenge becomes his new passion. Allen holds himself to rigorously high production standards in order to deliver a product worthy of an author’s vision.

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What Does it Mean to be Healthy?

By Dr. John Reizer

Author of The Target List Novel

All life has the natural ability to adapt to its surrounding environment. Whether we are discussing very small organisms or the most complex forms of life (human beings); living things must either adapt to their environment or cease to exist.

How adequately or inadequately life adapts to its surroundings is the true measuring stick of an organism’s level of health. This formula is applicable to both microscopic organisms and human beings.

When a person becomes physically or emotionally compromised, (run down, overworked, over-stressed, malnourished, etc.) his or her natural abilities to adapt to environmental stresses become less than what they should. Naturally occurring microbes, that humans normally coexist with, suddenly pose a serious threat to physiological systems when a particular individual is unable to properly adapt to environmental challenges. In other words, we become unhealthy when we lose our natural adaptive tendencies.

We don’t catch influenza because we come in contact with a specific virus. We become infected because our immunological defenses, that allow us to adapt to that viral microbe, are weakened or compromised. Bacteria and viral opportunists, that we regularly encounter, are only as strong as our natural, adaptive tendencies allow them to be. This is why only five out of ten people will come down with the flu or another sickness that has crossed everybody’s path. The five individuals that remained healthy weren’t just lucky. They adapted more appropriately, in an immunological sense, than the five people that contracted a particular strain of influenza.

Catch a flu virus or some other type of bacterial infection and your body will immediately begin a plan of attack in an effort to adapt to the challenging, microbial invader. In most situations, human physiology will activate a fever to kill off the bacteria or virus affecting your body. Most of these opportunistic organisms cannot survive in higher temperature ranges and so the body modifies its internal thermostat, making it impossible for them to survive. The body’s ability to adapt is absolutely amazing.

Unfortunately, in many situations, human beings do a plethora of things that interfere with the body’s innate abilities to adapt to its environment. Taking fever reducing drugs is one of them. Because we have been misled by drug companies, that have a financial interest in teaching us bad health practices, we commonly believe fever is a bad thing and that it can cause brain damage. In reality, fever is a friend and will minimize the duration and severity of most common illnesses that are generated from opportunistic bacteria and viruses.

There are many things that you can do on a daily basis that will improve your body’s ability to adapt to its surrounding environment. Consuming drugs, vaccines, artificial sweeteners, unnatural food additives, and other toxins are not some of them.

Consuming fruits, vegetables, non fluoridated water, and eating properly will help your body adapt to its environment more efficiently.

Because the intelligence that regulates your body’s physiology, and allows you to adapt to your environment, operates directly through the nervous system, it’s vitally important you have your spine checked by a chiropractor several times each year for tiny vertebral misalignments called subluxations. If left unchecked, spinal subluxations can inhibit the functioning capability of the nervous system and will cause the human body to adapt less efficiently to its surrounding environment. This translates into an unhealthy individual.

When people finally begin to understand and respect the fact that true health originates from a living thing’s ability to properly adapt to its immediate surroundings, we will finally begin to see a marked improvement in the overall health of our population.

Disclaimer!

The health information that has been written on this website is not intended to replace a professional relationship between a patient and a health care specialist nor is it intended as medical advice. Readers are encouraged to make health care decisions based upon their own independent research!

Global Warming/Climate Change: Hoax or Real Deal?

By Dr. John Reizer

Author of The Target List

I have been reading, viewing and hearing information about global warming/climate change for years. I am not a big fan of the mainstream media, but occasionally I am forced to take in these products like everybody else.

I was watching the daily weather forecast yesterday and they were talking about climate change. On another day, I was in a doctor’s office and the television in the waiting room had a program discussing how global warming was melting away the glaciers at the North Pole. I turned away from the television and picked up a magazine from a coffee table in the same waiting room and there was an article about how the ocean water temperatures have been steadily rising over the past decade.

It doesn’t matter what media products you encounter, they’re all reporting the same message. Evidently, human beings are making planet Earth warmer, and unless we collectively do something drastic in the immediate future, the entire planet will be doomed.

If climate change is a real issue (and I am not convinced that it is), the members of society should be given some specific instructions by various governments on how to resolve this potentially catastrophic global crisis.

I keep trying to find the official recommendations to resolve this serious problem. Believe me, I don’t want polar bears and other arctic animals to run out of ice. I am a caring person and I am completely serious about wanting to find a solution.

I know for a fact that human beings are polluting this planet. And it wouldn’t surprise me if climate change was a real phenomenon. But it’s so hard to trust the messenger, with regards to this subject, because it has lied to the members of society so many times in the past about equally important subjects.

But just for the sake of being overly cautious about a really important place (Earth), let’s give the powers that be the benefit of the doubt. Let’s say that global warming is a real thing and that it has been taking place for many years. What do the governments of the world want us to do to resolve the situation, other than paying more taxes and fees (Carbon Footprint Taxes) in order to offset the carbon emissions that are being released  by each living and breathing person?

I guess I could wash my towels and dirty laundry every fourth day instead of every third day. I could definitely adjust my thermostat in my home and office to a setting that conserves energy. I could stop buying plastic bottles in the grocery store. I could stop eating meat because that was one of the suggestions I read about in National Geographic or some other publication. I guess that I could also stop breathing and exhaling as much air as I have been, but that might be a tricky one to pull off.

From what I have observed, this problem of climate change is firmly centered around the massive energy corporations that are continuously polluting this planet beyond belief. Carbon emissions are coming from automobiles and factories that burn fossil fuels 24 hours a day. And until the powers that be are willing to refrain from these lucrative practices and offer citizens of the world free energy technologies and clean running automobiles that have existed for many decades, all the other little things like delaying your laundry chores and not eating meat won’t put a dent in this problem.

Governments around the globe can collect carbon footprint taxes from now until the end of time, but that’s not going to keep the planet from getting warmer. Carbon taxes will not slow down climate change. Carbon taxes will only harm the citizens of the world, financially speaking, and continue to enrich the companies and powers that be that are causing the problem in the first place.

What do yo think about this subject?

 

 

Do They WAND to Eliminate Cancer?

By Dr. John Reizer

Author of The Target List

In my breakthrough novel, The Target List, I address a number of issues currently affecting healthcare consumers worldwide.

The story’s plot revolves around the creation of a fictional medical instrument called WAND (Wave-Altering-Nanoparticle-Disrupter).

WAND is the pharmaceutical industry’s worst nightmare; it cures cancer and other diseases with radio frequencies, not drugs.

In my fictitious storyline, the drug companies stand to lose everything they’ve worked so hard to develop; drugs are about to become obsolete and diseases completely eradicated.

The powers that be set out to destroy WAND as well as the brains that developed the technology by hiring professional assassins. The creators of WAND are placed on somebody’s target list.

If a noninvasive technology that could cure cancer and other diseases without drugs or surgery actually existed, would the powers that be let it see the light of day? In a word, no. In two words, absolutely not. In three words, no f%#@ing way. I think you get the point.

The profits associated with treating different diseases indefinitely are enormous. There are billions of dollars at stake in Big Pharma’s fake crusade to conquer cancer and other known maladies currently plaguing healthcare consumers.

If a scientist or  group of scientists ever created a real WAND, you can bet with great confidence that those individuals would instantly be placed within the crosshairs of real assasins.

The Target List is a fictional story about things that have most likely already happened in real life. It’s my sincere hope that people will read or listen to the book and gain a better understanding of what is happening within organized medicine and through its handler, Big Pharma.

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Big Pharma: They’re Making Astronomical Profits and Curing Nothing

By Dr. John Reizer

Author of The Target List

The average monthly cost of a biologic drug is $3,000. Chemotherapy treatments can cost as much as $65,000/ month according to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

The costs of prescription medications are skyrocketing and there’s no end in sight. And besides the incredibly ridiculous prices in place, the damn drugs don’t cure any of the conditions they’re prescribed for.

Many of these products, if not all of them, are far worse than the diseases they’re actually managing. It’s a racket, and people are getting killed financially speaking and then again from the adverse physiological effects the products create in human beings.

Big Pharma companies are making a fortune, and they have no corporate desires to pay for research that would help eradicate any of the diseases they’re profiting from. Why would they want to eliminate intellectual properties that generate a never ending stream of cash? They wouldn’t, and they won’t.

I have written on many occasions and will do so again right here; until the profit incentives for pharmaceutical companies are removed from the healthcare equation, there will never be any cures to any diseases forthcoming.

The drug ads that bombard our televisions each hour of the day are filled with scary information that is playing simultaneously with video content showcasing attractive actors and actresses attending sporting events, enjoying picnics, and taking part in other ridiculous activities.

Am I the only person that can see the craziness associated with organized medicine and its handler, the pharmaceutical industry?

What do you think about this subject?

 

Are All Forms of Schizophrenia Mental Disorders?

By NoFakeNews

Have you ever driven a car with the radio playing and all of a sudden another radio station starts competing with the one you’re listening to? Sometimes you can hear two different broadcasts at the same time.

In this situation, the radio signals coming from another transmission are bleeding through the radio instrument and you hear two different stations (realities) when you should only be tuned into and hearing one.

We all realize that there are a plethora of radio signals bouncing around us at any given time. Only because of radio receivers can we tap into those signals in the first place, and their associated programming content. If a signal from another station somehow comes through our car radio, we can logically and scientifically explain the situation. We don’t feel the need to medicate ourselves in fear of the idea that we might have suddenly become schizophrenic.

Is it possible for different dimensional constructs (frequencies) to exist simultaneously? Could other dimensional parameters of existence, containing expressive life forms, be quite abundant? Is it also possible human beings can only perceive a limited number of universal frequencies (dimensional constructs) because a tuning mechanism (radio tuner) in the human brain has been strategically designed to filter out other dimensional platforms allowing most people to only perceive one reality at a time?

Is it also possible that certain forms of schizophrenia (mental illness) might be directly tied to the fact that there are other reality constructs that certain individuals have access to?

I am not suggesting all forms of schizophrenia are due to people tapping into alternate dimensions, but I do believe it’s quite plausible that some of these cases could be attributed to this phenomena.

There are many scientists that believe different dimensional constructs exist. This idea has been gaining popularity through the years. If this is true, many people we assume are mentally ill, might not be. They might just be listening to two different realities at the same time.

What do you think about this subject?