Learned today that Bob Chapman is suffering with a very serious ailment,
pancreatic cancer. Told the prognosis is not good. Have found his
thoughts and insights very helpful. Would count myself fortunate to have touched
the lives of a fraction of the number he has when I have finished my time on
If you read in here at Silver Doctors Bob– on behalf of all the people
like me who have read, listened, learned and taken action because of how you
helped bring us along Thank you. Language often too limited, words frequently
too inadequate; THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
I would like to echo 4 oz’s sentiments and add: All the best to you Bob, I am confident that you will pull through despite the prognosis. I am not ashamed to say that you will be in my prayers.
P.S. 4 oz I have not yet received my panther, but I will let you know as soon as it arrives. You’ve definitely touched my life with that act of kindness and generosity towards a stranger. I will never forget it.
Bob is a great man. I’ve always secretly wished I could adopt him as a grandfather. On the last few of the weekly talks he had with James Corbett you could tell something wasn’t right with Bob. It sounded a little like face paralysis (so I thought he may have had a stroke) but I was hoping he was just temporarily on some painkiller or had dental surgery :-/ Pancreatic cancer never has a good outlook, but all my prayers that he can get/feel better now when not working so hard. I’ve never understood he was able to do soo much great work! I could barely keep up READING his newsletter! James Corbett is apparently picking up the torch as far as writing the editorial part of the newsletter, and I think it is a great choice. I’ve listened to almost all of his podcasts and easily can say that it is some of the best work out there. Having said that I’m now becoming a Corbett Report subscriber.
My dad passed from that evil disease. I hope there is something they can do for Bob. I listen to his interviews on prison planet and he has quite insightful info. for all of us. I am heartened to hear such wonderful comments from ya’ll. Alex Jones, if you are an SD reader, please pass our thoughts and prayers on to Bob and his family.
2 OZ. I am sorry to read that your dad passed away due to the same disease. It must be personal and painful for you.
I in turn lost my dad to malignant mesothelioma. He passed away a mere 6 and a half months after the diagnosis. He was exposed to asbetos transported by mining trucks near his school when he was a boy, but it only developed into malignant mesothelioma in 2010. Needless to say, I still struggle to get the pictures out of my mind. The best of all is that the SA and other governments knew about the risks attached to asbestos exposure already 50+ years ago, but had chosen not to address the issue at the time.
I will continue to pray for Bob.
4 oz, The Doc, BullRun and Great Panther Silver Limited - A huge THANK YOU to all of you. The one troy ounce Great Panther silver round, 4 oz has won a couple of weeks ago here at SD and decided to donate to me, has arrived today. She’s a real beauty.
P.S. If you haven’t supported SD Bullion yet, be sure to use the promo code that I have received to get $5 off (SilverCircle rounds excluded and can only be used once by one lucky silver bug): Greatpanther5off (I am sure this will be in order with The Doc and BullRun). In addition, it is highly recommended to get your hands on Great Panther silver rounds (you won’t regret it). Those are absolutely stunning!!!! Keep stacking.
@silverbullion Asbestos took my grandpa too. Some small specks brought down a man who used to be able to do a (gymnastics) iron cross. My grandma was denied money from the class action law suite because the industry claimed my grandpa was exposed before it was PROVEN to be dangerous (even though they still knew and admitted nothing). My grandma now lives alone robbed of perhaps 17 years with her life-long companion (and counting).
widget I know, they’re bastards. They didn’t pay a cent to my Mom either, claiming that because my Dad didn’t work at one of their mines, we’ve got no claim. This while their mines have polluted an area of 372,889 km2 and ample evidence exist that they knew it was dangerous long before the time asbestos was officially declared to be unsafe.
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