Dr Sebi – Sickle Cell Anemia & The Black Race (Important!)

Dr Sebi – Sickle Cell Anemia & The Black Race (Important!)

Man:
Can I, can I get a question, can I get a question?

Man:
Of course.

Man:
I’m Wes *** from WDC radio here on Mondays. I represent the sickle cell community. Alkaline has been a topic in our community, about, having diseases can’t live in that, what what can my community do about their the sickle cell disease?

Man:
Get it in doc.

Dr Sebi:
You know, what he said was true about disease cannot live in an alkali environment.

Now, about sickle cell every black man and woman in or out of Africa suffer with some traits of sickle cell anemia no why is that? Well after all we are the one with this concentration of carbon, it requires more iron for us to maintain health and since we will remove from the jungles of Africa [yeah] everything we ate undermind the iron in our body. It robs us of iron in fact when you use starch when you consume starch. Starch scientifically it’s known as carbonic acid. Carbonic acid rob you of your iron cells and minerals. This is why many people are anemic and they take cold when the temperature is warm. Okay all we need to do is to go back to this woman that was without no clothes in the forest and she didn’t have anemia. I mean just five hundred years ago when they brought them to America. They look like trees, they were so erect, right, straight. Nobody had bellies on them right, now look what we are looking at.

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Man:
Look at those bellies doc!

Dr Sebi:
Not only that, she gonna tax you because she need a dress the cost about $1,500 [woman: right] then there was no clothes to buy, but the people that saw her that was not part of our arrangement or geography, ‘they are naked!’, how could they have been naked when they’ve have been living, livinglike this all their lives. But they were nobody raping anyone but no you have clothes on [man: and now everybody wants to] I’m gonna take them off.

Woman:
We need to keep clothes on cause I would…

Man:
okay so doc.

Dr Sebi:
The model we have deviated from the model right, the model showed us that the way to prevent disease is to live an alkali life, that’s all she had. How are we gonna do it now, right, we have to come together as a family [hmmm] this is why I suggested in Washington in 1983 that we all contribute $5 and they’re about a million of us in DC. It’s five million dollars we could have owned the village that I now own in Honduras, the village of Usha.

We could have owned it, not Sebi, sebi not supposed to own healing. Healing is a family affair. Healing is us because today a brother called and said that a young man is sick with a tumor in his brain but they don’t have any money. So I have a healing center, how you think I feel? Then I said look man take the baby to Honduras. I offer that but I have to meet expenses too – right? [woman: right] but if we all chip in a dollar [man: right] amen nobody would have to pay anything because the village would be taken care of [Man: I just had that conversation…] it is that simple [Men: yeah yeah].



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