The insurance industry makes money by taking in monthly insurance payments from its policy holders and it loses money by paying claims to these same said policy holders. This is how they stay in business by taking in more money for monthly insurance policies, then what they payout.
It is simple capitalistic math. (more…)
What people need to understand is that scientists and researchers are putting forth research on mold that is biased and misinformation. The scientific quality of mold and mycotoxin literature is extremely variable and of questionable merit. Simply put, researchers and scientists are often lying about mold because they work for or are being paid by various corporations and entities that have a lot to lose if the truth about mold is known to the general public.
Misinformation is false or incorrect information, spread intentionally or unintentionally. These studies on mold that act as if it is harmless are done intentionally. (more…)
This story about a company who fired an employee for complaining about mold in her workplace is a perfect example of the cover ups and lies that currently surround the world of toxic mold.
It also proves that if you speak up and fight back against these greedy corporations, businesses and employers who are putting people’s lives in danger, you can win the battle. (more…)
This story pisses me off. I know at this very moment, thousands, and thousands of mold infested homes are being sold all across the U.S. to unsuspecting homebuyers.
Simply put, these lying dangerous real estate agents and home sellers need to be stopped for putting people’s health and lives at risk over making a sale and commission.
Hell, they should be put in jail! (more…)
“Many of these unscrupulous Physicians are like businessmen without a conscience. The only difference is they have your health and trust in their hands–a very dangerous combination when money is involved.” – Dr. Sayed Mohammed – Retired Oncologist
Many people falsely assume that molds (fungi) are not dangerous. This myth has been mostly perpetuated by so-called paid experts who more often than not work for corporations that have a lot to lose if the toxic mold facts get out to the general public. Some examples of corporations that seek to hide the truth would be insurance companies, real estate brokers, and property management firms to name a few. (more…)