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Aug 20 08:49

WHO MANUAL DIRECTING "AUTHORITIES" ON HOW TO RESPOND TO VACCINE DENIERS IN PUBLIC

The endlessly increasing vaccine push on the public, at the behest of pharmaceutical companies, can be looked at as nothing more than a psychological operation (PSYOP). From the European Regional Office of the World Health Organization (WHO) comes the 2016 "Best Practice Guidance 1st Edition: How to Respond to Vocal Vaccine Deniers in Public". From this guide parents and communities will understand how to see through the simplistic messaging maneuvers and counter the ongoing public PSYOP. The WHO's guiding document opens on page one with the following statement:

"This guidance document provides basic broad principles for a spokesperson of any health authority on how to respond to vocal vaccine deniers.The suggestions are based on psychological research on persuasion, on research in public health, communication studies and on WHO risk
communication guidelines."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am no science denier, or anti-vaxxer; having said that, however, I have found some very effective ways of enhancing my wellness which do not involve conventional medical treatment.

Trust me; I would never be a Christian Scientist with appendicitis; but understanding something about nutrition and wellness has kept me in reasonably good shape, at 67, which is a real gift at this age.

I would encourage all of our readers to do the due dilligence, and educate themselves about the power of nutrition to augment health.

When I have friends locally who have just had a really lousy health diagnosis, I encourage them to have a nutritional consult at a medical center under 7th-Day Adventist management.

As ovolacto-vegetarians, these people have health statistics that are, generally, off the chart, in terms of great health outcomes. They have learned to use food as a weapon against disease, and they have my complete and utter respect for having done so.

Aug 20 08:28

State Forcing Flood Victims to Obtain Permits Before Fixing their Homes

By Claire Bernish

Residents in South Bend, Indiana, dealing with several feet of flooding following a record-decimating rainfall now also have to deal with costly and time-consuming government red tape in order to rebuild homes and businesses — making them hapless victims of both nature and the State.

Before Hoosiers can pick up the pieces by reconstructing their property, the City of South Bend is forcing them to also pick up a building permit...

Aug 20 08:25

PORTLAND BANS ANTI-CLIMATE CHANGE MATERIALS IN SCHOOLS

The Portland Public School Board voted earlier this year to ban any classroom materials, including textbooks and other material purchased by the district, that cast doubt on the existence of climate change.

This new rule was passed unanimously by the board’s members, who agreed with testimony from Bill Bigelow, a former Portland teacher, when he said,

“We don’t want kids in Portland learning material courtesy of the fossil fuel industry.”

Materials that present climate change as a theory rather than as a fact will no longer be used and, going forward, they will not be purchased by the district for students. Additionally, materials must make it clear that human activity is responsible for the rapid climate change occurring on our planet. The resolution also calls for the superintendent and staff to develop an education plan for teaching students about climate justice.

A student of Lincoln High School, Gaby Lemieux, said in testimony at the hearing,

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Yes, I understand that we have to mandate the companies which produce fossil fuel to become as environmentally friendly as possible.

But we cannot stop there; the US government has got to send one little slice of the money it spends on its wars of conquest to control fossil fuel resources to create truly usable alternative energy; the kind of energy which can power a tank, or fly a plane.

That would be both logical and intelligent.

But the people desirous of banning books which don't spew the codswallop of human caused global warming are missing one critical fact; how hot, or how cold, the earth gets is primarily dependent on the sun, and it's cycles.

The predictions for winter 2016-2017 from the Old Farmer's Almanac (which has an annoying reputation for being generally correct), are as follows.

Get ready for a shift from last year! For the winter of 2016–2017, we expect temperatures to be much colder than last winter but still above normal. Winter 2017 will also feature below-normal snowfall overall; the snowy exception is the northern tier of the U.S., which can expect to be blanketed in white. Winter will be colder in much of the eastern two-thirds of the nation. Exceptions will be in a swatch from North Dakota to Maine, which will have below-normal temperatures. Most of the Pacific states will have below-normal temperatures, with above-normal temperatures in the Intermountain region and Desert Southwest. Snowfall will be above normal from southern New England and western New York southward through the Appalachians, but not in northern New England. Snowfall with also be above what’s typical from eastern Minnesota to the UP (Upper Peninsula) of Michigan and southward to St. Louis, Missouri; and from central North Dakota westward to the Pacific. We expect below-normal snowfall in most other places that normally receive snow. Precipitation will be below normal across most of the southern two-thirds of the nation. However, precipitation will be above normal in the North, with the primary exceptions being above-normal rainfall in northern California, southern Oregon, portions of the western Lower Lakes region, and Florida. With rainfall below normal in most of California, the drought there will continue. In Canada, brace for more snow and colder-than-average temperatures throughout most parts of the country. The exceptions to the winter of white will be Manitoba, portions of Saskatchewan, and northern sections across the land. While snowfall will generally be below normal in these areas, temperatures will remain chilly

Frankly, with an 80% success rate in their predictions over the last 225 years, I would more likely place my bets on this than ANYTHING the "Warmistas" have to say.

Aug 19 15:56

Sex Workers Will Suffer ‘Disastrous’ Outcome Of Health Service Cuts, Medical Experts Warn

Sex workers face a greater risk of violence and poor health as a result of Tory cuts to the National Health Service (NHS), an editorial in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) has warned.

Aug 19 15:05

WHO Manual Directing "Authorities" on How to Respond to Vaccine Deniers in Public

The endlessly increasing vaccine push on the public, at the behest of pharmaceutical companies, can be looked at as nothing more than a psychological operation (PSYOP). From the European Regional Office of the World Health Organization (WHO) comes the 2016 "Best Practice Guidance 1st Edition: How to Respond to Vocal Vaccine Deniers in Public". From this guide parents and communities will understand how to see through the simplistic messaging maneuvers and counter the ongoing public PSYOP.

Aug 19 14:56

Zika Virus Can 'Wreak Havoc' On Adult’s Memory – Study

Much of the focus around the mosquito-borne Zika virus has been on pregnant women and brain abnormalities in fetuses, but now scientists think some adult brain cells could be vulnerable too. Infections may even be as destructive as Alzheimer’s disease.

Aug 19 14:45

Light Promotes Regeneration and Functional Recovery and Alters the Immune Response After Spinal Cord Injury

Mid-infrared light treatment of spinal cord injury in rats (I dislike animal experiments, but if they have been done, some good might as well come out of them). Axonal growth (Axons are the long threadlike part of a nerve cell along which impulses are conducted from the cell body to other cells) and function were restored in large part. "..returned aspects of function to baseline levels and significantly suppressed immune cell activation.." Thor laser used to have an article which said that if they could have gotten to Christopher Reeve within 24 hours of his injury, they could have had him on his feet again. But it was removed, no doubt due to pressure from Big Pharma / the FDA. Axons, when coated with myelin, a protein, are called "nerve fibers".

Aug 19 14:36

"Socrates" Interviews Stuart Hameroff on Consciousness Theory (Singularity Weblog)

Thought-provoking interview on what consciousness is and how it is effected. Hameroff is an anesthesiologist, Professor at Arizona U, and co-author of the Objective Reduction theory of consciousness, which posits that it occurs in microtubules and other structural building blocks of the cytoskeleton (cell skeleton). Interestingly enough, the method of action of inhalation anesthetics is unknown, however, some slime molds have a motile phase, and when treated with such anesthetics, they seem to become anesthetized. Hameroff and colleagues developed instrumentation to stimulate microtubule ordering in the brain using ultrasound (based on studies of stimulation of individual microtubules with nanoamp AC electricity), which produces a brightening of mood and increased cognitive function. The OR model of consciousness is hotly contentious among scientists.

Aug 19 14:17

Possibility of Experimental Study of Properties of Time

Dr. Nikolai A. Kozyrev was a renowned astrophysicist, falsely accused of treason in Soviet Russia and imprisoned in the Gulag for 13 years. When he was released, he decided to do something new - a study of the properties of time, using instruments (gyroscopes, pendulums, etc.) on the bench. It was published in January 1967. The US DOD felt it was important enough to translate and publish it. He characterizes time as a field of energy, and ends the paper with a call for continued research so it can be made to do work. Kozyrev and colleagues developed instruments that interact with time. Very provocative and fascinating.

Aug 19 13:36

Closing Manus Island’s Detention Centre: The Search For Alternative Cruelties

It all goes back to April, when the Papua New Guinea Supreme Court found the Manus Island detention facility, ostensibly directed and run by the Australian government, in breach of the PNG Constitution.

Aug 19 11:35

Japan Tries Radiation-Free, Pesticide-Free Vertical Farming With LED Lights

What do you think of vertical farming? Can it supplement feeding the world? What about farming with LED lights? When you hear this – you might rethink farming forever. A large, global lighting company, Philips Lighting, has just announced results from trials of crops that were grown completely…

Aug 19 10:05

HAARP OPEN HOUSE + BBQ AUGUST 27, 2016

Are you prepared to have your HAARP burgers and hotdogs cooked to perfection?

Aug 19 09:53

6 Weird Things About Zika That Don’t Add Up

Anyone who is a regular reader knows that if there is a scary pandemic out there we should be worried about, I'm the head engineer on the worry train.

There are many viruses that would wreak terrifying havoc if it were to spread, and since the beginning of this, I haven't been convinced that Zika is one of them. The "cure" as officials race to "stop Zika" - that, I'm worried about. Predictions are that soon 1 in 4 Puerto Ricans will contract the virus. But is it really that big of a deal?

Here are six reasons why I ask that question.

Aug 19 09:53

As Feds Claim Cannabis Has “No Medicinal Use” FDA Approving Horse Tranquilizer for Depression

By Claire Bernish

Glaring evidence of the government’s drug war hypocrisy in the name of profit emerged Tuesday, with the announcement by Janssen Pharmaceuticals that the FDA placed ketamine on the fast track for approval to treat major depression.

Ketamine, also called escatimine — which has a reputation behind the scenes as a party drug, known as ‘Special K,’ for its sedative and sometimes hallucinatory effects — is currently most widely employed as a veterinary tranquilizer, though the Food and Drug Administration first approved human use in 1970...

Aug 19 08:43

Why This Food Bank Is Turning Away All Junk Food

By Chris “Kikila” Perrin

Feeding people isn’t always just about calories. To one Washington, D.C., food bank, at least, a calorie isn’t always a calorie, and some can do more harm than good. Starting September 1 of this year, the Capital Area Food Bank will no longer be accepting donated junk food. The move is all part of an effort to help provide the more than half-million people dependent on the Bank’s services with more than just a belly-full of empty calories, but to provide them with nutritious core foods...

Aug 19 08:27

United Nations Admits to Accidentally Releasing Cholera in Haiti, Killing 10,000 People

By Derrick Broze

Nearly six years after a cholera epidemic killed thousands of Haitians, the United Nations secretary general has confessed that U.N. peacekeepers likely caused the illness to spread. The admission of guilt comes after a report prepared by Philip Alston, a human rights lawyer and U.N. special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, was leaked to the NY Times...

Aug 19 08:12

U.S. Court Upholds United Nations’ Immunity in Cholera Suit

A United States federal appeals panel has upheld that the United Nations cannot be sued in American courts, dealing a setback in a class-action lawsuit brought on behalf of thousands of cholera victims in Haiti.

The ruling by the three-judge panel in New York was released on Thursday, a day after a spokesman for Secretary General Ban Ki-moon acknowledged for the first time that the United Nations played a role in the outbreak, which killed thousands of people.

In the decision for the panel, Judge José A. Cabranes of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit wrote that the United Nations did not lose its legal immunity even if it failed to give the plaintiffs a chance to seek a settlement, as required by an international convention.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Translation: once again, the Haitian people have been thrown under the proverbial bus of UN despotism. And how the hell did this outbreak happen, after having eradicated this disease for 100 years? Read this, and weep:

Haiti's Cholera Outbreak Tied To Nepalese U.N. Peacekeepers

And you can be quite sure that these “significant new set of U.N. actions” will be of cold comfort to those already dead here from this outbreak.

Aug 19 07:41

Autism, brain and CNS disorders overwhelmingly linked to people in close proximity to pesticide spraying

Expecting mothers residing near the application of organophosphates had a 60 percent higher risk of their baby developing autism. The risk was even higher for babies exposed during the third-trimester, and for second-trimester exposure to chlorpyrifos.

"Organophosphates are a group of chemicals that have many domestic and industrial uses, though they are most commonly used as Insecticides and are responsible for a number of poisonings," according to Toxipedia.

"The main mechanism is blocking the enzyme acetylcholinesterase causing nervous and respiratory damages that result in the insects death, but they are also hazardous to humans. "

Organophosphates are the most commonly used pesticides in the United States, making up 70 percent of pesticide applications.

Aug 19 07:25

Near Eradicated Disease Strikes Back: TB Outbreak in Swedish Refugee Centers

The number of reported cases of the dreaded lung disease tuberculosis is increasing rapidly in Sweden. Whereas the unparalleled influx of refugees is the main reason to blame for the outbreak, additionally many former Swedish patients have fallen ill again.

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Aug 19 07:23

Doctor claims he is 'gravely concerned' for Clinton's health following 'seizure' storm

Dr. Drew Pinsky, who hosts his own popular TV show in the US, said there he had genuine doubts about the health of the woman who hopes to become the next president.

During a radio interview on Tuesday, the doctor, who brands himself as 'America's most trusted physician' said he was left feeling "very concerned" about the former Secretary of State.

Aug 19 07:18

IT’S TIME TO ABOLISH THE DEA AND AMERICA’S “WAR ON DRUGS” GULAG

It’s difficult to pick the most destructive of America’s many senseless, futile and tragically needless wars, but the “War on Drugs” is near the top of the list.Prohibition of mind-altering substances has not just failed–it has failed spectacularly, and generated extremely destructive and counterproductive consequences.

What was the result of the Prohibition of alcohol in the 1920s? Prohibition instantly criminalized 40+% of the adult populace and created hugely profitable criminal organizations.

What was the result of the “War on Drugs”? This modern-day Prohibition instantly criminalized large swaths of the adult populace and created hugely profitable criminal organizations.

If you want to increase drug use, criminalize innocent citizens and spawn gargantuan criminal organizations, then by all means declare “war” via Prohibition. The results of Prohibition/War on Drugs are so visibly perverse and so destructive that the entire enterprise is sickeningly Orwellian.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It's all about the money made from selling the drugs, and laundering the money made by the drug cartels.

This is one of the most important reason to defeat Hillary Clinton this November, as she is part of America's "Narcocracy", and the Bush, Cheney, and and Clinton families are dynastic members of an elite crime syndicate.

And if that comes as kind of a shock to you, please feel free to read the following:

The Crimes of Mena

The Mena Arkansas
Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Drug Connection

THE BUSH-CHENEY DRUG EMPIRE

And no less prominent a financial institution than HSBC was prosecuted
for laundering drug money.

‘Acts of terror’: HSBC faces lawsuit over laundering of Mexican drug money

And where was FBI Director Comey working while all this was going on?!?

Comey Oversaw Drug Cartel Money Laundering Operations As a Top Executive At HSBC Bank

The way that all this information dovetails demonstrates, painfully clearly, that the biggest "pusher" of drugs in this country...IS THE COUNTRY OF THE United States of America.

Aug 19 07:14

Dr. Drew 'gravely concerned' about Clinton's '1950s-level' medical care

Famed TV doctor and board-certified internist, Dr. Drew Pinsky, appeared on KABC's McIntyre in the Morning radio show to discuss Clinton's medical records. As he and another doctor pored over the records their findings left room for "concern."

"Both of us concluded that if we were providing the care she was receiving, we would be ashamed to show up in a doctor's' lounge," Drew told the show's hosts. "We would be laughed out. She's receiving sort of 1950s-level care by our evaluation."

Aug 19 07:05

Majority of parents do NOT support HPV vaccine: 4 in 5 adults think compulsory jab for all 12-year-olds is a 'bad idea' - unless they can opt out

Last month the American Cancer Society updated its official guidelines to recommend that all children be immunized, regardless of gender.

It means boys and girls aged between 11 and 12 should start receiving the three-shot jab to protect against human papilloma virus (HPV), which can cause various cancers.

But fewer than one in five parents (21 per cent) agreed that laws requiring HPV vaccination for school entry are a 'good idea', according to research by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Support increased to nearly 60 per cent if out-out provisions were included.

Aug 18 18:11

HILLARY appears to FAINT again - She HAS a Serious BRAIN injury

Aug 18 18:10

FLASHBACK - HILLARY CLINTON FAINTS AND SUFFERS CONCUSSION VIDEO

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And note how Hillary's people move to block the cell phone videos!

Aug 18 17:07

City may reallocate $6M to fight Zika virus; spraying residents from the air more frequently; intensifying ground efforts

KEY WEST, Flor. (INTELLIHUB) — Officials in the city are divided whether or not to divert $6 million in funding that was already appropriated to be spent on city housing and parking projects to aid in the fight against the Zika virus, according to a local radio program which aired Thursday.

Aug 18 16:00

New Evidence Lost Civilizations Really Existed

What Natawidjaja discovered at Gunung Padang was astounding. The hill was actually not a natural hill but a 300-ft high step-pyramid. And what’s even more controversial is that the structure was much older than anyone imagined. Natawidjaja radiocarbon dated the terrace structures at around 500 to 1,500 BC, similar to previous estimates. He also used tubular drills to bring up cores of earth and stone from various depths underneath the surface megaliths. As the drills dug deeper, Natawidjaja continued to discover that the columnar basalt structures extended far beneath the surface and yielded much older dates. At depths of 90 feet and more, the material was found to be 20,000 BC to 22,000 BC years old. Using radiocarbon dating, Natawidjaja and his team proved that man-made megalithic structures and hence a prehistoric human civilization existed well into the Ice Age.

Aug 18 13:08

In Black Robes, CERN Scientists Stage “Mock Human Sacrifice” At Shiva Statue

Somebody decided to gather together a bunch of black robes and stage a mock human sacrifice in front of CERN’s occultic Shiva statue – and catch it all on film for a hoax video they may hoped would fool online critics.

Read more at SHTF

Aug 18 12:01

Dr. Drew "Gravely Concerned" About Hillary Clinton's Health

Aug 18 11:29

Kris Kristofferson’s Dramatic Cure of his “Incurable” Alzheimer’s Disease

Apparently Kristofferson had been mis-diagnosed with Alzheimer’s dementia about three years ago, which started more than one medical misadventure for he and his neurologists that involving neurotoxic medication trials with drugs. Those drugs that Kristofferson was treated with had been approved by the FDA on the basis of a couple of short-term trials involving only a few hundred so-called “Alzheimer’s Dementia” patients. The results that were submitted to the FDA showed only minimal improvement (albeit “statistically significant”), but only in mild to moderate dementia. Thus treating severely demented patients with those drugs was not FDA-approved (“off-label”).

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Iatrogenic diseases are taboo to speak about in this country for good reason; they make millions for big pharma, and many times, as happened with Pfizer, physicians are "encouraged" - not to mention, financially compensated, for the prescription of "off-book medications".

Aug 18 10:16

Picking your nose can actually be really dangerous

Especially if you're Captain Hook.

Aug 18 10:07

Zika pesticide linked to a 60% increase in autism ... Is this the beginning of an epidemic?

A 2014 study conducted at the University of California, showed that pregnant women living within a few miles of farms where pesticides like Naled were sprayed had a 60 percent increased risk of their child developing autism spectrum disorders or experiencing developmental delays.

Dr. David Perlmutter, a board-certified neurologist, said that authorities need to take a step back and look at the broader picture of these spraying interventions when weighing up risk versus benefit.

"We should prove safety and not just say well because it hasn't been proven detrimental it's ok. That's not good enough," he said.

Aug 18 09:01

Could a Nap A Day Save Your Life?

By Dr. Jane Gilbert

Napping is not just for dogs and children. Some of the world’s most influential thinkers and leaders have catnapped every day. Albert Einstein, Winston Churchill, Salvador Dali, John F Kennedy and Calvin Coolidge all found that a short snooze left them refreshed, recharged and ready to work. Science confirms that napping can help beat the post-lunch slump and boost cognitive performance, but now there is evidence that a siesta could also save your life...

Aug 18 08:56

World's first pyramid... in KAZAKHSTAN: Scientists discover tomb structure was built 1,000 years BEFORE those in Egypt 

A previously unknown Egyptian-style pyramid has been found in a remote area of the Kazakhstan steppe some 3,900 miles northeast of Cairo.

The structure is now substantially in ruins but it is believed that it was a lookalike of the famous Pyramid of Djoser in Egypt, and built around 1,000 years earlier.

Aug 18 08:27

FIRST LONG-TERM STUDY CONFIRMS WORLD’S MOST POPULAR PESTICIDE IS WIPING BEES OFF THE PLANET

The rise of industrial agriculture — led by companies like Monsanto that push monoculture, chemical-based farming and patented life forms — has brought a flood of pesticides that wreak havoc on natural ecosystems.

Insects and animals that eat insects fall victim to the millions of gallons of pesticides that are dumped on cropland, which run off into waterways, drift to nearby habitats and are picked up as residue by visiting pollinators.

In the 1980s, Bayer developed a potent new class of pesticide called neonicotinoids (neonics), which rapidly came to dominate industrial agriculture. In 2008, they represented 24 percent of the global market for insecticides, with Imidacloprid becoming the most widely used insecticide in the world.

Almost all U.S. corn and about one-third of U.S. soybean is treated with neonics. A “major advance” happened when agribusiness developed neonic-coated seeds, where every part of the growing plant becomes infused with the toxin, including pollen.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Because politicians are completely beholden to the GMO companies for financial contributions, don't bet against these products being taken off the market any time soon.

Aug 18 08:04

Court Bars Feds From Prosecuting Medical Pot Cases

HUZZAH!

A federal appeals court on Tuesday banned the Justice Department from prosecuting medical marijuana cases if no state laws were broken.

A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ordered the federal agency to show that 10 pending cases in California and Washington state violated medical marijuana laws in those states before continuing with prosecutions.

Marijuana remains illegal under federal law, but Congress has barred the Justice Department from spending money to prevent states from regulating the use or sale of medical pot.

Link fixed

Aug 18 08:04

Heroes

The Lakota and Dakota are fighting another battle in which they are the underdogs: North Dakota oil interests are building a pipeline across the state, right near the Standing Rock reservation and their water supply, the Missouri, Mississippi, and Big Sioux rivers.

You know, oil pipelines leak, right?

Aug 18 07:32

The volcanoes no one has ever seen

"We have very little idea about the frequency and style of volcanic eruptions on the seafloor, nor the detailed structure of the crust they produce, so basically we don't really know what the crust of a large part of the Earth looks like."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This has always been one of the biggest holes in the "humans are warming the planet" agenda. Nobody knows how many active volcanoes and thermal vents there are on the floor of the world's oceans, and thus nobody knows how much heat is being added to the oceans by geothermal activity. So any claims about how much humans are warming the ocean are based on out-of-thin-air guesses at best.

Aug 18 07:16

TOWN COMES TOGETHER AND FORCES MONSANTO GMO SEED FACILITY TO BE DISMANTLED

Residents of an Argentinian town have forced one of Monsanto’s half-completed GMO seed plants to be dismantled. Activists have been marching, petitioning, and talking to the government as well as Monsanto for three years now to urge them to disallow the company’s latest expansion — a multi-million dollar, genetically modified seed plant in Malvinas, Argentina.

In a bid to gain local support, Monsanto once said:

“Cordobeses (residents of Córdoba) will be proud to have one of the most important [seed-producing] plants in the world . . .The more than one thousand employees of Monsanto Argentina are proud and thankful to be a part of the community of Malvinas, Argentina.”

The sentiment was not shared among a massive number of Malvinas residents, however.

Aug 18 07:13

U.N. Admits Role in Cholera Epidemic in Haiti

For the first time since a cholera epidemic believed to be imported by United Nations peacekeepers began killing thousands of Haitians nearly six years ago, the office of Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has acknowledged that the United Nations played a role in the initial outbreak and that a “significant new set of U.N. actions” will be needed to respond to the crisis.

The deputy spokesman for the secretary general, Farhan Haq, said in an email this week that “over the past year, the U.N. has become convinced that it needs to do much more regarding its own involvement in the initial outbreak and the suffering of those affected by cholera.” He added that a “new response will be presented publicly within the next two months, once it has been fully elaborated, agreed with the Haitian authorities and discussed with member states.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The people of Haiti have really been through a tough time. The quake, followed by the "charitable" pillaging of their nation, and to top it all off, the cholera epidemic brought in by the UN!

Aug 17 16:17

Science Of Kindness? Generosity Linked To Specific Part Of Brain, Study Says

While it may seem that generosity comes straight from the heart, a new study suggests otherwise. The research found that a person’s desire to be good to others is down to their brain’s wiring.

Aug 17 16:15

Aetna Proves That Single-Payer Health Care Is The Only Way To Go

It’s been over two years since the bulk of Obamacare went into effect, and US health insurance companies are (inadvertently) making a great case for why it’s time to adopt a single-payer system and take the profit motive out of how health care is paid for once and for all.

Aug 17 14:30

Childrens’ lead levels spike in Detroit, across state

Health officials are reporting a higher percentage of children under age 6 statewide with elevated lead levels in their blood in April, May and June than compared to previous years.

The increases were especially noticeable in Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids and Jackson County.

About 4.2 percent of the 39,330 children tested across the state had elevated levels — the highest percentage of children since 2012, according to a report from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

During the second quarter of 2015, about 2.9 percent of all children had elevated levels of lead in their bloodstream. Elevated levels is defined as 5 micrograms of lead per deciliter of blood or more.

Aug 17 13:27

Court Bans DOJ From Prosecuting Medical Marijuana Users, Growers

Cannabis advocates notched a major victory when a federal appeals court banned the government from prosecuting medical marijuana users and growers in 25 states where the practice is legal, despite it still being a federal crime.

Aug 17 13:20

Chemsex: the alarming new trend of 72 hour drug-fuelled sex sessions

An alarming new craze for lengthy drug-fuelled sex sessions, which can last for days a time, could lead to a rise in HIV and hepatitis, health officials has warned.

The practice, dubbed ‘chemsex’ has been reported by more than 60 per cent of people visiting some clinics in London and involves people taking drugs like crystal meth before embarking on 72 hour sex binges with multiple partners.

NHS staff and the Royal College of GPs warned that people were ‘losing days’ to the new trend and turning up too late for anti-viral drugs or emergency contraception to be effective.

Aug 17 13:17

Sexual health warning as figures show rate of syphilis in London up 22 per cent

A fresh alert about the dire state of the sexual health of Londoners was sounded today as new figures showed soaring rates of syphilis.

The sexually transmitted infection was diagnosed in almost 3,000 patients as concern mounted about “high-risk” practices such as “chemsex”, dating apps, unprotected sex and people seeking HIV-positive partners.

Aug 17 12:54

After he was shot, 9-year-old Kansas City boy snuggled up to his big brother and died, dad says

The majority of Black Americans murdered every year are killed by other blacks. But the enablers are in DC!

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City police believe that at some point the people responsible for the murders of two boys early Saturday morning at 58th and College were inside the home.

"I do not get it. I swear. We have to protect the future. He's the future," said Jayson Ugwuh, Jayden Ugwuh's dad.

Montell and JaydenUgwuh was only 9-years-old and his cousin Montell Ross, 8-years-old. They were killed early Saturday morning when a gunman sprayed bullets into the family home where Jayden and Montell were sleeping. Altogether, there were six children sleeping inside the home at the time.

Aug 17 11:49

Four 9/11 Ads Online in 14 Texas Newspapers for 3 Months

Fourteen suburban newspapers in the Dallas/Ft Worth area contain online 9/11 Truth Ads which are running for three months. The 14 papers have a combined readership above 243,000.

There are a total of four ads comprised of animated graphics which link to YouTube videos. The individual ads randomly rotate to each of the 14 suburban newspapers.

Aug 17 11:44

Al Gore Blames Deadly Louisiana Floods On Global Warming — Just As New Studies Debunk His Claim

Environmentalists were quick to blame global warming for making flooding in Houston and Louisiana worse than it would otherwise be. Gore doubled down on such claims and used the flooding to highlight the need to slow global warming.

“These kinds of record downpours — that’s one of the manifestations of the climate crisis,” Gore said.

“It is central to the prospects for our future, for the futures of our families and our communities, and the future of human civilization,” he said. “That sounds overly expansive but that really and truly is the case.”

But Gore’s blaming of extreme flooding on global warming runs counter to newly published research on warming’s impact on precipitation. In a nutshell, two new studies found little evidence behind such claims.

Aug 17 11:42

Walker, Louisiana Mayor Says Flood Was Man-Made

Mayor Rick Ramsey said a cement barrier recently built along Interstate 12 created a situation that kept rising water from draining from his town.

Ramsey says he has video evidence that water from the Amite River was held in by the six-foot high barrier and the trapped water then backed up into Walker.

Ramsay, who says he expects insurance companies across the state to join him in his suit, also says he’s been warning the state and federal governments about the potential danger for more than three years.

Aug 17 10:54

This Region Is Twice Flint’s Size—And Its Water Is Also Poisoned

Farm workers harvest romaine lettuce in California's Salinas Valley. Nancy Nehring/iStock
In two of California's most productive farming regions, at least 212,000 people rely on water that's routinely unsafe to drink, with levels of a toxin above its federal limit. And even if the pollution source could be stopped tomorrow, these communities—representing a population more than twice as large as that of Flint, Michigan— would endure the effects of past practices for decades. That's the takeaway of a major new assessment by researchers at the University of California-Davis.

Aug 17 10:43

Their Hair Fell Out. Should the F.D.A. Have the Power to Act?

When the Los Angeles hairstylist Chaz Dean pitched his almond mint and lavender-scented hair care products — endorsed by celebrities like Brooke Shields and Alyssa Milano — he sold millions. But his formula got an unexpected result: itching, rashes, even hair loss in large clumps, in both adults and children.

More than 21,000 complaints have been lodged against his Wen Hair Care, and Mr. Dean, the blue-eyed, golden-haired stylist to the stars, has found himself at the center of a fierce debate over the government’s power to ensure the safety of a cosmetics industry with about $50 billion in annual sales.

The Santa Monica, Calif.-based national distributor of Mr. Dean’s hair care line is part of a beauty care trade association that has been aggressively lobbying Congress to block the passage of tough new legislation that would give the Food and Drug Administration the authority to test ingredients used in cosmetics and issue mandatory recalls for products found to be unsafe.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am violently allergic to formaldehyde precursors, which are stunningly common in both lower end cosmetics and cleaning projects; however, my hare-brained, logic-challenged HMO Doctors did not discover this for me, after half a decade of utter misery.

What happened was that my doctors put me on a medication for which Pfizer was compensating doctors to prescribe, even though it was "off book" for my condition, meaning that the medication had never been tested against this kind of pain.

It was, therefore, not in their best financial interests to get to the root of the problem; so a series of tests for chemical sensitivities, which could have identified the culprit chemicals, was never ordered.

After coming back from a gig which Mike had in San Francisco, I went back to my orthopedist, who took x-rays of my feet, and declared that he could see nothing physical as the cause of the pain.

I remember coming home in tears, asking Mike when I had time in my schedule to be a hypochondriac.

About 40 minutes later, he had done the due dilligence on line, and realized that many people were highly allergic to both formaldehyde precursors, and other chemicals. We did a "chemical-ectomy" in our home that night, and the next day, I was walking without pain for the first time in half a decade.

On my follow-up visit to my orthopedist, I presented the research, and told him that if he had patients presenting these kinds of symptoms, but he could see nothing in the x-rays looking like the cause of the pain, to immediately order a series of chemical sensitivity screenings, because chemical allergies may well be the culprit.

I stormed out of that office, never to return to that HMO.

The two doctors who had originally prescribed me this "off the book" pain management product (not the orthopedist) were mysteriously gone from the HMO's on-line roster shortly after that.

But no, the companies manufacturing cosmetics and cleaning products do not have the right to poison the people who use their products for profit, period, end of discussion.

Here are a couple of useful links for research in this area;

Common Products Using Formaldehyde Precursors

Cosmetics Using Formaldehyde Precursors

Knowledge is power here. I would never want anyone to go through what I wend through, because of both my original ignorance of this information, and the medical establishment's ignorance of this information.

Aug 17 09:57

GIMME A BREAK! IRS TAX LOOPHOLE CAN REWARD EXCESSIVE WATER USE IN DROUGHT-STRICKEN WEST

ProPublica’s reporting on the water crisis in the American West has highlighted any number of confounding contradictions worsening the problem: Farmers are encouraged to waste water so as to protect their legal rights to its dwindling supply in the years ahead; Las Vegas sought to impose restrictions on water use while placing no checks on its explosive population growth; the federal government has encouraged farmers to improve efficiency in watering crops, but continues to subsidize the growing of thirsty crops such as cotton in desert states like Arizona.

Today, we offer another installment in the contradictions amid a crisis.

In parts of the western U.S., wracked by historic drought, you can get a tax break for using an abundance of water.

That’s a typo, right? A joke?

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Absoflippinglutely unbelievable!!!

Aug 17 09:56

Monsanto To Face Court For Intentionally Mislabelling Toxic Chemicals

Monsanto misled the public into thinking its pesticides are safe and do not cause cancer when it knew that it does, Sharon Lerner from The Intercept reported on May 17, 2016. As of April 2016, John Sanders and Frank Tanner are suing Monsanto because the company did not conduct the necessary tests on the “inert” ingredients in Roundup, a Monsanto product that kills weeds. One such ingredient is polyethoxylated tallowamine, or POEA.

Aug 17 09:30

STEADY AS SHE GOES: Hillary holds onto railing, table, chair during home visit

Hillary Clinton sought out the stability of just about anything during a visit to Joe Biden’s Scranton, Pennsylvania boyhood home.

Video from Clinton’s appearance showed her grasping for a railing, a chair and the kitchen table on Monday.

Aug 17 08:08

US-backed forces give hundreds of ISIS fighters safe passage

The district of criminals,giving aid and comfort to terrorists who kill Christians.

Several hundred vehicles containing 100 to 200 Islamic State fighters were given safe passage by US-based forces, out of the northern Syrian city of Manbij, after surrendering their weapons, according to defense officials.

Aug 17 08:06

ISIS Orders Its Franchises to Kill Christians

WARRI, Nigeria — The so-called Islamic State has different strategies in different parts of the world, but in Africa and in Europe, certainly, its core objective is becoming clear: to kill Christians. Its long-term goal: to provoke a new Crusade, reviving the holy wars of many hundreds of years ago in the belief that this time around Islam will win.

Aug 17 06:20

256 Years Old Man Breaks The Silence Before His Death And Reveals SHOCKING Secrets To The World

Waking Times Media

What is the longest a person has ever lived for? Meet Li Ching Yuen, a man who lived an astonishing 256 years! And no, this is not a myth or a fictional tale.

Aug 17 05:31

Not just marijuana: The FDA has always denied the existence of therapeutic benefits associated with ALL plants

Those who support the nationwide legalization of marijuana for therapeutic use, were disappointed by the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) recent failure to reclassify marijuana’s status from that of a Schedule I drug to another more appropriate classification.

Aug 16 22:38

Iraq allows Russia access to their airspace

Iraq has given the Russian Air Force full access to their airspace in order to combat the terrorist forces like the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) that are occupying eastern Syria.

This move by the Iraqi government came just hours after the Russian Air Force landed their first fighter jets at the Hamedan Airbase in Iran.

Aug 16 22:08

US-backed forces give hundreds of ISIS fighters safe passage

Meanwhile.....
Several hundred vehicles containing 100 to 200 Islamic State fighters were given safe passage by US-based forces, out of the northern Syrian city of Manbij, after surrendering their weapons, according to defense officials.

Aug 16 22:05

Russian Tu-22M3 'Backfire' long-range bombers strike ISIS from Iran's Hamadan airfield (VIDEO)

Didn't wait long did they!

Russia’s long-range Tu-22M3 bombers delivered their first airstrikes on terrorist targets in Syria operating from an Iranian airbase. Moscow and Tehran cooperation in Syria is “strategic,” confirmed the head of Iran’s National Security Council.

Aug 16 20:19

SSRI Antidepressants Put Patients at Clear Risk of Suicide

Waking Times

It is now estimated that 1 in 8 Americans are on serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI) antidepressants1 and a shocking 1 in 4 among women in their 40s and 50s. Yet the U.S. suicide rate of 38,000 a year has never been higher. Clearly the glut of SSRI prescriptions is not lowering the national suicide rate; rather there is compelling evidence that the popular pills are actually contributing to suicide.

Aug 16 18:23

Scientists admit polio vaccine causes polio... so they're trying to destroy it before they cause another polio outbreak

Clinics around the world are destroying an old, problematic polio vaccine in favor of a new oral one, in an unprecedented effort that has never before been attempted. The problem with the old vaccine? It was causing polio. Oops.

Aug 16 18:22

While the world debates global warming, solar physicist warns of coming Ice Age

According to Professor Zharkova, sunspot activity is likely to fall – similarly to what took place during the Maunder Minimum or "The Little Ice Age." This will culminate in drastic drops in temperature and more winter-like conditions. Zharkova observed that solar activity had a significant influence on past climate trends.

During the "Little Ice Age" that lasted close to two centuries, sunspot activity was low, and temperatures plunged throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Winters were more pronounced, and the summers were unconvincing at best.

"We will see it from 2020 to 2053, when the three next cycles will be vert reduced magnetic field of the sun. Basically what happens is these two waves, they separate into the opposite hemispheres and they will not be interacting with each other, which means that resulting magnetic field will drop dramatically nearly to zero. And this will be a similar conditions like in Maunder Minimum," she said. [Sic]

Aug 16 14:30

AG’s office got Flint complaints a year before probe

Attorney General Bill Schuette’s office received at least 15 complaints addressing water quality concerns in Flint — some sent a year before Schuette announced a criminal investigation into the lead contamination crisis, according to documents shared with The Detroit News.

Aug 16 14:13

5th Force Of Nature Possibly Discovered, US Physicists Say

Scientists are ecstatic over the fact that they may have just discovered the fifth fundamental force of nature. The possible discovery of a previously-unknown subatomic particle looks set to finally bring the elusive dark matter into the mix.

Aug 16 13:41

NASA Building ‘Space Habitats’ Near The Moon

It’s not quite the Star Trek Enterprise but NASA has revealed it’s developing “deep space habitats,” which will house astronauts in outer space in the future.

The space agency’s NextSTEP-2 program, which has a budget of around $65 million, aims to both advance the commercial development of space while also allowing for the further exploration of deep space.

Aug 16 13:10

Easy Access To Online Porn Is 'Damaging' Men's Health, Says NHS Therapist

A top psychosexual therapist is warning about a surge in the number of young men suffering sexual health problems because of online pornography.

Aug 16 12:34

11 Amazing Health Benefits Of Bergamot Essential Oil

You may know bergamot best from the tea flavor Earl Grey; but bergamot essential oil offers so much more! Bergamot fruit is a time-honored, exquisitely fragranced orange that now comes mainly from Italy and the Ivory Coast of Africa.

Aug 16 10:45

Obamacare Sticker Shock: Average 2017 Premium Surges 24%

The reference, of course, was to the state by state surge in proposed 2017 Obamacare premiums, contrasted with what the government contends is a modest 1.0% inflation rate.

Now, courtesy of a new study by independent analyst Charles Gaba - who has crunched the numbers for insurers participating in the ACA exchanges in all 50 states - we can also calculate what the average Obamacare premium increase across the entire US will be: using proposed and approved rate increase requests, the average Obamacare premium is expected to surge by a whopping 24% this year.

Aug 16 10:38

FDA: Massive Attack on Supplements

The long-awaited revision of FDA guidance rules for new supplements is finally here. It is very bad news. Highest-level Action Alert!

We normally publish our newsletter on Tuesday, but are sending out this issue today because of its urgency.

What we are dealing with here is whether the supplement industry is allowed to innovate and create new supplements. The FDA, working as usual on behalf of the drug industry, says no. We need your help to stop this right now. It will take a huge effort on all of our parts and we need to start immediately.

Aug 16 10:28

Dilbert’s Scott Adams: Robert Cialdini Likely Advising Hillary Clinton

Cartoonist-turned-pundit Scott Adams, of Dilbert fame, told Breitbart News in an interview on Sunday that the mysterious “Godzilla” of persuasion, to whom he ascribes Hillary Clinton’s polling success, is behavioral psychologist Robert Cialdini.

Aug 16 10:24

Chief State Scientist Resigns and Accuses Republicans of Covering Up Flint’s Water Crisis

North Carolina Chief state epidemiologist Megan Davies just resigned from her position in protest of Governor Pat McCrory’s administration. She believes McCrory, who was an employee of Duke Energy for 29 years, is responsible for “deliberately misleading the public” about the toxicity levels of the drinking wells near Duke Energy power plants.

“I cannot work for a department and an administration that deliberately misleads the public,” Davies wrote.

Aug 16 10:03

SECRET SERVICE WHISTLEBLOWER: HILLARY HAS MAJOR NEUROLOGICAL PROBLEMS

A Secret Service source has told Infowars that Hillary Clinton has major neurological health problems and that a big announcement regarding her medical situation is coming soon.

The Secret Service source reached out to Infowars reporter Joe Biggs during the recent Republican National Convention in Cleveland and confirmed the following information;

– Hillary has a very serious neurological degeneration which could be Parkinson’s disease;

– Around half a million dollars has been spent to specially adapt three SUVs in which Hillary travels to provide lowered floors and disabled access to prevent Hillary from tripping.

– Hillary’s staff is so intent on keeping reporters away from Clinton because she is at risk of petit mal seizures that can be triggered by camera flashes;

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Aug 16 10:01

The Mysteriously Obtuse Case Of The Missing Fukushima Fuel

By Richard Wilcox, PhD

“Nature knows no indecencies; man invents them.” – Mark Twain

As the world forever hurtles toward Armageddon, the Fukushima nuclear disaster has largely faded from the front pages. But the issue is far from resolved. Radiation from nuclear accidents is not easily dispelled with estimates of clean-up time at Fukushima ranging from 40 to 500 years, and nearly six years have already passed. Even safely stored nuclear material is dangerous for 100,000 years.

Elvis Has Left The Building

The major question regarding the situation at Japan’s Fukushima Dai-ichi (no.1 nuclear power plant) regards the location of the melted fuel at reactor units 1, 2 and 3...

Aug 16 08:58

Hillary: what drugs is she on?

Meanwhile, if Hillary has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s, there are drugs that are routinely prescribed, and their adverse effects should be noted.

For example, the drug L-dopa. Here, from WebMD, are several side effects that would raise serious questions: aggressive behavior; altered mental status; blood pressure drop upon standing; depression; mood changes; anxiety; confusion.

Another popular Parkinson’s drug is Sinemet. RX List mentions these adverse effects: lightheadedness; mental/mood changes; agitation; hallucinations; depression; thoughts of suicide.

With either drug, resulting depression could be treated with an SSRI antidepressant, such as Paxil. That drug also has adverse effects.

Among the side effects of Paxil listed by Drugs.com: weakness; dizziness; blurred vision; visual disturbance; lack of concentration; anxiety; confusion.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

JUST what we need in the White House!

Aug 16 08:46

California about to pass the 'Medical Pedophiles Protection Act' to criminalize journalists for posting videos that document medical abuse of children, seniors and surgical patients

Doctors who rape patients under anesthesia can now count on the corrupt state government of California to protect their "privacy" from investigative journalists who film them to expose their abusive assaults. Abortion chop shop organ harvesting factories -- also known as "Planned Parenthood" -- would also be safe from the scrutiny that comes from the investigative journalism that recently caught their principals on tape, admitting to harvesting intact human heads (and other body parts) from partially born, living, breathing babies who are then killed on sight so that their valuable organs can be collected and sold off for "medical science."

Aug 16 08:44

CBD chaos: DEA's refusal to reschedule marijuana molecules just the latest protectionist racket from the criminal corporate cartels running the corrupt U.S. government

Obama's war on humanity just took another great leap toward totalitarian despotism with last week's DEA decision to deny petitions seeking to reclassify medical marijuana as a non-schedule I drug. This decision means that any person possessing natural CBD (cannabidiol) compounds derived from hemp leaves, including CBG, CBN, CBD-A and other similar molecules from cannabis, can technically be charged with felony possession of a schedule I drug.

The CBD industry vehemently disagrees with the DEA's current stance on both CBD and medical marijuana, and so far the DEA's efforts have focused on CBD manufacturers, not end users who possess the natural substance. CBD is also reportedly exempt from the DEA's criminalization scope if it is derived from hemp seeds or mature stalks rather than leaves. This is a key point to understand, as you'll see here.

Aug 16 07:20

Astronomer warns: ‘Buckle your seatbelts’ – ‘New development foreshadowed within our solar system’

Back on July 7th, ANP reported that astronomers had warned ‘the hidden world of Planet X may be revealed by the end of summer’ due to ‘dark energy’ within our solar system that might help astronomers discover the exact location of a mysterious ‘Planet Nine’.

Aug 16 06:57

Florida Keys residents resist controversial GMO mosquito trial

Residents of the Florida Keys are up in arms over a plan to release genetically-modified (GM) mosquitoes in the Key Haven neighborhood and are trying to get the word out about the trial, which they say would make them “lab rats” in their own community.

Aug 15 20:59

Russian Warships Attack Terrorists in Aleppo

The Russians have the terrorists between the devil and the deep blue sea!

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Russian naval force in the Mediterranean Sea targeted the terrorist groups stationed in the military academy region in Aleppo.
Al-Hadath news website quoted military sources as saying that the Russian warships launched cruise missile attacks against the terrorists' positions at the arms college in the military academy region.

Aug 15 20:54

Russia Responds To Loss Of Helicopter - Heavy Tu-22M3 Bombardments Of ISIS Positions In Syria

Published on Jul 14, 2016
Russia Responds To Loss Of Helicopter - Heavy Tu 22M3 Bombardments Of ISIS Positions In Syria

Now that some of these are being based in Iran it's a shorter trip to Syria with a bigger bomb load to kill terrorists.

Aug 15 20:48

Russia deploys jets at Iranian Airbase to combat insurgents in Syria (Pictures)

Game over! Russian Strategic Aviation will be flying out of Iran!

Al-Masdar News has obtained exclusive photos of Russian warplanes being deployed to the Hamedan Air Base in western Iran.

Currently, the strategic TU-22M3 bombers take flight from southern Russia at Modzok airfield; however, this newly signed military agreement with Iran will allow Russia to reduce flight time by 60%, saving the Kremlin both money and improving airstrike effectiveness.

Aug 15 19:46

Taxpayers at risk as Obamacare crumbles

The health insurance exchanges that are the beating heart of Obamacare are on the edge of collapse, with premiums rising sharply for ever narrower provider networks, non-profit health co-ops shuttering their doors, and even the biggest insurance companies heading for the exits amid mounting losses. Even the liberal Capitol Hill newspaper The Hill is warning of a possible “Obamacare meltdown” this fall.

Aug 15 16:45

Florida Keys Residents Resist Controversial GMO Mosquito Trial

By Lauren McCauley

“It’s about human rights—this can’t be pushed down our throats without consent,” said one Key West resident.

Residents of the Florida Keys are up in arms over a plan to release genetically-modified (GM) mosquitoes in the Key Haven neighborhood and are trying to get the word out about the trial, which they say would make them “lab rats” in their own community...

Aug 15 16:04

Hillary Slips Stepping Away From Podium, Biden Catches…

Hillary Clinton almost took a spill on Monday as she stepped down from the podium to make way for Vice President Joe Biden during their joint campaign event in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

Aug 15 14:16

Japanese Government Continues To Ban The MMR Vaccine

For many years, controversy has surrounded the three-in-one vaccine against measles, mumps, and rubella. Most notably, the MMR vaccine is infamous for its disputed connection to autism, and despite the fact that it has been blamed in vaccine courts for causing autism, vaccine supporters still deny its fault in skyrocketing rates of…

Aug 15 12:55

Top 18 Things Amazingly Treated By Acidophilus

By now you are probably familiar with acidophilus, if nothing else, then from celebrity endorsed probiotic yogurt commercials. That’s because this friendly strain of bacteria has made it into the big leagues of scientific and media acceptance, stemming perhaps, from the original frozen yogurt trends and public awareness about…

Aug 15 12:51

Just A Light (AVS Journal) (Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation That Improves Emotional Activity)

In 2003, I developed a mid-infrared light that, when applied to the back and base of the skull, increases activity in and blood flow to the part of the brain that generates positive emotion, especially with regard to socialization and affection. It must be the right wavelength (850 or 880 nm), power level and duration of application. Five years later, credentialed scientists in the UK used the same idea to largely cure Alzheimers symptoms. Since then it is being developed as a treatment for spinal cord injury (Thor Laser) and post-concussion syndrome (Don't tell Hillary). Mid-IR light increases blood flow, upregulates 24 genes involved in healing, grows all manner of new cells and even increases vascularization (angiogenesis). I no longer sell these, and the contact info has all changed. I first read about the principle in a Popular Science article which detailed NASA experiments in the area. It has a wide variety of uses, including rapid wound healing, relieving back pain, etc.

Aug 15 12:13

Chasing the Elusive Worm: Neurotech and the Cerebellar Vermis (AVS Journal)

My 1st published work, in 2003, in the Audio Visual Stimulation Journal, a trade publication. Regarding my first invention (I no longer sell these, and the contact info has all changed). A non-invasive stimulator of the brain part involved in socialization and affection, the cerebellum. It uses time-varying complex magnetic fields. and modulated blue light. The renowned Developmental Neuropsychologist, James W. Prescott, thought that this and my later such inventions were nifty ideas, and sent me a large box of technical info from his and Dr. Robert G. Heaths research (He developed implantable electrical stimulators, the first such devices) to aid in my research. It was very popular, and people reported positive results. A simple version can be cobbled together by anyone with basic electronics assembly skills. It's important the magnetic field, delivered through a phono pickup coil ($2 at an electronic surplus house), be anything but monotonous.

Aug 15 11:21

US & UN Peacekeepers Did Nothing as US Aid Workers were Raped, Beaten, Shot Right Next to Them

Nairobi, Kenya — A shocking report out of the AP on Monday, details a horrific attack that unfolded in Nairobi last month. For four hours, multiple female aid workers were beaten, shot, and savagely raped — all while U.N. peacekeeping troops and the U.S. Embassy sat back and did nothing.

“Either you have sex with me, or we make every man here rape you and then we shoot you in the head,” a soldier said, according to one of the female aid workers. By the end of the hours-long attack, the woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, had been raped by 15 South Sudanese soldiers.

The ones who could have stopped it — did nothing.

Aug 15 09:27

Zika insecticide being sprayed in Miami causes paralysis, cancer and death

Many Floridians are apparently in panic mode over the possibility of contracting Zika virus, with new reports indicating that municipalities throughout the Miami area are busying spraying insecticide over neighborhoods day in and day out to quell public fears. But the insecticide they're using, known as "Naled," is an organophosphate chemical that, ironically enough, is linked to the very same symptoms and health outcomes as Zika itself.

Aug 15 09:24

New Treatment for Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis

I have Crohn's and a host of the side effects. I am going to be trying a new treatment to balance my serotonon/dopamine levels.I have to thank Hillary. Doing research on her health problems lead me to this.
Crohn's disease and a whole host of other chronic disorders we suffer are due to neurotransmitter imbalance. They have discovered genetic markers for Crohn's which cause the imbalance. People with Scandanavian and Ashkenazi Jewish genes carry the defective genes. I gotta double whammy.

MAIN GENETIC CAUSE OF IBD
There is a known genetic defect of neurotransmitter transporters (OCTN1/OCTN2) in the gastrointestinal tract of IBD patients.1 OCTN1 and OCTN2 are responsible for the transport of dopamine and serotonin. Because these transporters are defective, serotonin levels are too high causing serotonin toxicity, tissue damage, and the generation of symptoms.2,3

Aug 15 08:46

Atrazine: EPA Report Confirms Common Herbicide Dangers To Environment, Animals

While much attention is placed on the toxic herbicide glyphosate, a recent 500-page draft report released by the EPA reveals just how toxic of a landscape the American agricultural system is. As part of their requirement to review....atrazine is the 2nd-most widely used herbicide...

Aug 15 08:27

The NHS are testing a cannabis product for the first time

A cannabidiol (CBD) vaporiser that has helped thousands of people suffering from a variety of conditions is being tested by an NHS unit, an unprecedented step that could increase scrutiny on cannabis’ medical benefits and have a huge impact on the UK’s legislation on it.

The MediPen, a legal way to consume CBD, which, unlike tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), is non-psychoactive, has been on sale for a year now and drew very positive reviews, relieving the pain of people with everything from depression and anxiety to arthritis and fibromyalgia.

Aug 15 08:17

Bayer AG Makes Bee Contraceptives

A study just published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B (Biological Sciences), identifies a dramatic reduction in sperm count in bees exposed to two of Bayer AG’s most widely used pesticides—thiamethoxam and clothianidin. They found that those two neonicotinoids, “significantly reduce the reproductive capacity of male honeybees (drones), Apis mellifera. Drones were obtained from colonies exposed to the neonicotinoid insecticides or controls, and subsequently maintained in laboratory cages until they reached sexual maturity…the data clearly showed reduced drone lifespan, as well as reduced sperm viability (percentage living versus dead) and living sperm quantity by 39%.”

Aug 15 07:23

8 Doctors from Hell

One of America's most famous and most prolific serial killers was a doctor. Herman Webster Mudgett, better known by the alias H.H. Holmes, is said to have killed anywhere from 27 to 200 people in his legendarily "Murder Castle."

Aug 15 07:12

Mysterious planet spotted in the outer reaches of our solar system - and it's orbiting the sun in the wrong direction

A mysterious new planet has been discovered on the far side of Neptune - but a unique characteristic of its orbit has got scientists puzzled.

The new planet has been christened "Niku" - the Chinese word for rebel. The reason? Because according to observation it has a retrograde orbit that means it rotates in the opposite direction to the sun's rotation.

And unlike all other planets in the solar system, Niku's orbit sends it high up above the flat orbital disc at an angled of 110-degrees. It's rising up at the moment but will eventually cross over and arc downwards below the flat plane of the solar system.

Aug 15 06:10

The curse of Ground Zero: Number of cancer cases among 9/11 responders and survivors TRIPLES to more than 5,400 in less than three years

The number of 9/11 responders and others on the scene who have been diagnosed with cancer has tripled in less than three years, it has emerged.

In January 2014 the number of people in the WTC Health Program with cancer was just 1,822. Now it's a massive 5,441, with 6,378 separate cancers recorded.

Aug 15 05:59

Should Caster Semanya be allowed to compete as a woman? Tipped for 800m gold, she has no ovaries, nearly as much testosterone as a man and has sparked a huge ethical debate

Semenya, 25, has testosterone levels three times the normal level found in women and approaching those of a man. Furthermore, she has no womb or ovaries, and instead, owing to a chromosomal abnormality, internal testes.

Aug 14 22:35

One year after Carriker murder acquittal, fight for justice continues

Saturday, July 30, 2016, marks one year since a Sedgwick County jury acquitted Kyler Carriker of first-degree felony murder in the shooting death of Ronald Betts. District Attorney Marc Bennett charged Carriker with murder because the state alleges that Carriker helped arrange a marijuana deal between the deceased, and another man, Lorenzo Spires. Spires showed up to the transaction with several other men, one of whom shot Carriker and Betts, and then robbed Betts.

The State of Kansas amended the inherently dangerous felony list after Betts’ death, adding “being an agent [middle-man] in a drug transaction”, presumably so that Carriker could be tried for murder.

The United States Constitution expressly forbids ex post facto prosecution, which means that the state cannot pass a law, and then retroactively charge someone for committing a crime before it was legally considered a crime, which is exactly what the state did to Carriker.
It gets worse in the merry old land of OZ!

Aug 14 17:04

BEXALERT! Breitbart Jumps the Shark in New Poll!

Democratic nominee Hillary R. Clinton leads in a four-way contest with 42 percent of the vote, compared to Donald J. Trump with 37 percent, Libertarian Gary Johnson with 9 percent, and 3 percent for Green Party nominee Dr. Jill Stein, according to a Breitbart/Gravis national poll conducted Aug. 9 with 2,832 likely voters.

Aug 14 14:05

Flight Attendant Caught on Video Spraying Pesticide on Passengers; Investigations Reveal Routine Practice

By Amando Flavio

The natural health healer, Jonathan Landsman, has made a damning revelation regarding what goes on inside the cabin of passenger aircraft during flight time.

Landsman is the host of NaturalHealth365.com, a weekly health show that educates people on how they can heal themselves naturally, instead of using medicines manufactured by the pharmaceutical companies. He is a credible source. His type of education is what the government and the big corporations would not like us to learn.

According to Mr Landsman, the process airline officials use to spray pesticides in the interior of aircraft (cabin), is called “disinsection.”...

Aug 14 11:37

NFL denies Cowboys decal honoring fallen officers

(RNN) - The NFL told the Dallas Cowboys they could not wear a decal on their helmets honoring the city's fallen police officers during games.

The Cowboys paid tribute to the officers killed in the July downtown shootings with "Arm in Arm" stickers on the back of their helmets when training camp opened July 30. They started camp by walking on the field with officers and family members, arms linked.

Tight end Jason Witten initiated the effort.

Aug 14 09:20

Hillary Clinton Has Parkinson’s Disease, Physician Confirms

We Concur!
The fact that Hillary is still running for President shows what a sick failed state the US has become.

Hillary’s health is declining, as anyone who has looked at her can see. The question is: What condition does she have? A board certified Anesthesiologist has written a memo of Hillary’s health. Feel free to pass it along to doctors and to analytics and criticize it.

Aug 13 22:43

GRANDMOTHER WITH AK-47 SAVES COPS BEING ATTACKED BY STREET GANG

Officers Ricardo Cordova and Frank Cho were responding to a call concerning a presumed drug deal in a parking lot, when they came under fire from members of a local street gang.

Fortunately for them, 79-year old Wendy Robinson was watching the events from her kitchen window and decided to intervene. The elderly woman equipped herself with her personal bulletproof vest and an AK-47 assault rifle, and ran to the officers’ rescue, firing more than 160 rounds in the direction of the assailants, injuring two of them.

Aug 13 22:24

‘Military coup’ wins poll of troops in a landslide

THE PENTAGON — A poll of active duty and recently retired members of the armed services suggests that an overwhelming majority would prefer an armed overthrow of the government rather than see the election of either major party candidate.

Aug 13 20:26

'Statins ruined my life': Darling of the gossip columns PETRONELLA WYATT reveals how she conquered high cholesterol

I had been taking the statins for a week when my head began to throb. I fell down twice, blacking out for a few seconds each time. I was unable to sleep for more than four hours a night and when I did, I had fiendish nightmares.

Some mornings, I shut myself in my room, too depressed to speak. I started to drink rum at night to calm my nerves, but instead, I suffered crying fits and moments of murderous anger. I rang my GP, but she refused to believe me when I said that the statins were making me ill. ‘That’s impossible. Statins are utterly harmless. Perhaps it’s the change in your diet.’

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Eventually I rang an old friend who is a distinguished consultant cardiologist. At his behest I underwent a series of tests in Harley Street. I expected a significant drop in my cholesterol levels. Yet the figures had hardly moved.

Aug 13 15:34

US Declares Zika A Public Health Emergency In Puerto Rico

The United States has declared a public health emergency in the American territory of Puerto Rico amid the rising number of Zika infections in the Caribbean island.

The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) said in a statement Friday that the rapid and widespread transmission of the Zika virus threatens the health of infected pregnant women and their babies.

Aug 13 14:09

Magnesium Chloride For Health and Rejuvenation

One of the more useful nutrients, absorbed best through the skin as a solution. Relaxes muscles, induces sleep when a coffee cup full is added to a bath, and guinea pigs survived toxic snake venom injections when this was also given. Best used as a strong solution applied via a small spray bottle. Do not get in eyes, nose, mouth or on cuts or burns. Do not ingest, unless you need a potent and quick-acting laxative. Do not refrigerate. Most Americans have a magnesium deficiency, and this may be why the Japanese smoke more than us, but tend not to get lung cancer (they get it from seaweed). Available cheaply, that labeled for human use, marine aquarium use, or as 50 lb bags of ice-melting salt. I've watched several swollen arthritic joints reduce to normal size 15 minutes after application (reverses inflammation). Investigate in depth before use, ask your doctor, etc.

Aug 13 13:36

Uric Acid and Inosine Increase IQ, Productivity and Lifespan

Increases the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood, grows new brain cells and reinvigorates one's GABA receptors. Investigated for spinal cord regeneration. I've taken it on and off for ten years, and highly recommend it to friends and family. Just drink a lot of water, and keep the body alkaline with a teaspoon of baking soda or potassium citrate in a glass of water every other day, or you may get a uric acid kidney stone. As with anything, it is not for everyone. Investigate it in depth, ask your doctor, etc.. 1 gram / day is probably the best dosage. Probably best taken for 30 days, then 30 off, etc.

Aug 13 13:14

Fluoroquinoline Antibiotic Causes Brain Damage That Mimics PTSD

This group of antibiotics includes Levauin, Cipro, Avalox and Floxin. It figures. The Mefloquine molecule is like FD&C food colors, It's what I call (facetiously), as far as chemicals meant to be introduced into the body, "alien technology". It has no peer in nature, it's not some natural molecule with a few extra atoms or groups stuck on it here and there, or taken away. It's completely novel, radically unlike any molecule in organic systems.

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