Tell the Truth about Cancer

Please stop saying that so-and-so "died after a long battle with cancer." Say it accurately: so-and-so was murdered by genocidal sociopaths and their incessant onslaught of lethal toxins. There was no "battle." “Battle” implies an equal playing field against some ‘natural’ condition that randomly afflicted him all of a sudden. And although the patient ‘aggressively’ resisted this ‘natural disease,’ he ultimately succumbed to it. Had he only “battled harder,” he may have “defeated” the “cancer bug.” It also hints of moral relativism. It takes two to battle.

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