“NCIR includes, in its mission statement, the following: “prevention of disease, disability, and death through immunization…” In other words, it’s a PR agency that promotes vaccines.” J Rappoport
William W Thompson, PhD…the CDC whistleblower…was escorted off the premises of the CDC campus yesterday afternoon. This is what a source has just told me.
Therefore, the CDC knows Thompson is the whistleblower.
He’s in danger.
I’ve also been told that the autism media channel, which had posted the video revealing Thompson’s name and outing him, is gone. The site is suddenly gone.
Threats of various kinds, at the very least, will now be applied to Thompson. Legal action, perhaps arrest, perhaps worse.
When it comes to vaccines and protecting that empire, the games are very serious. Deadly serious. The gloves come off. Continue reading
GMOs are in the news again, and again, from Russia. Joseph talks about new Russian regulations and fines in its GMO labeling laws. Here are the links to the two articles:
“Creating art isn’t just for artists, art is for everyone! Within each of us lies a spark of creativity.” D Alban
There’s a huge misconception about art and artists. Most people believe that you are born with talent or not, and there’s nothing you can do about it. While we can’t all be Van Goghs, the desire to create, along with proper instruction, can take a person of modest talent a long way towards creating art.
If you’ve ever had the urge to embrace your artistic side, why not do it? It doesn’t matter whether you think you are “talented” or not. Do it because creating art is a wonderful way to stimulate your brain, improve your well-being, and possibly get healthier! Do it for yourself because you enjoy it, and with lessons and practice, your hidden talents will blossom.
The Brain Benefits of Art
Here are some of the best ways that picking up your paint brush can benefit your brain and mental health:
1. Art makes you more observant. Leonardo da Vinci said, “Painting embraces all the ten functions of the eye; that is to say, darkness, light, body and color, shape and location, distance and closeness, motion and rest.” Creating art helps you learn to “see” by concentrating on detail and paying more attention to your environment.
2. Art stimulates the imagination. If you consider yourself a right-brained (artistic) person, you can enhance creative skills you already possess. If you’re left-brained (analytical), creating art will stimulate your creativity and imagination. Continue reading
“Conventional treatments like over-the-counter sleeping pills and prescription drugs contain many risks. One study found taking as little as 18 such pills every year could even increase your risk of premature death.” E Renter
Insomnia isn’t just a bad night’s sleep; it’s a sleep disorder, where sufferers may go days or weeks without a full night of rest. There are numerous prescription and over-the-counter solutions for insomniacs, but they all come with a lengthy list of side effects. Rather than trying the latest pill, you could try one of the many herbal insomnia remedies, or a phenomenon gaining traction online known as autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR).
ASMR is “designed to evoke a tingling sensation that travels over the scalp or other parts of the body in response to auditory, olfactory, or visual forms of stimulation,” as described by The New York Times. It’s the sights and sounds that can lull you into relaxation and ultimately into a sound sleep.
Fingernails tapping a hard surface, the sound of turning pages, a whispering voice, or someone repeating tasks like shuffling cards or folding towels—all of these (and more) are examples of the stimuli used in ASMR and can easily be found on YouTube. Continue reading
“What was already more than obvious is once again confirmed. The “humanitarian” motivations behind the West’s use of multi-billion dollar force beyond its borders is but a tenuous excuse for naked military aggression, expansionism, and neo-imperialism.” U Gunnar
The US spent over two billion dollars during NATO’s armed assault on Libya both in ordnance used during months of aerial bombardment and in covert support for terrorists used as proxy ground forces in the overthrow of the Libyan government.
The United Kingdom is estimated to have spent even more. Hundreds of millions were spent by other NATO members throughout the duration of the assault. The “protection of civilians” was repeatedly cited as the altruistic justification for such an expenditure in manpower and financial resources.
In the wake of the conflict, it was revealed that NATO’s “humanitarian intervention” left entire cities filled with unarmed civilians encircled by Al Qaeda-linked militants and relentlessly bombarded by NATO sorties while food, water, gas, and power were intentionally cut off to “starve” the inhabitants into submission. It was also revealed that the threat to civilians cited by NATO members was fabricated by those NATO chose to replace the targeted Libyan government with.
Similar scenarios have played out in Syria, Ukraine, and even North and West Africa. At the cost of hundreds of millions, French troops have invaded and occupied several African nations over the course of the past 3 years, including five of their former colonies, namely Mali, Mauritania, Burkina Faso, Niger and Chad.
And while the French government claims their justification is fighting terrorism and improving security (hundreds of miles from their own shores) much of the terrorism is a direct result of NATO’s intervention in Libya and the intentional arming of immense terrorist networks in the process that have proliferated money, arms and all the strife that follows, across the region.
“. . . it appears as though Monsanto and the rest have greatly exaggerated the alleged benefits of no-till farming in order to aggressively promote GMOs as the saviors of the planet. In the process, the industry has willfully ignored copious evidence showing that carbon sequestration is minimal under the no-till model.” J Benson
NaturalNews ~ A major tenet of the biotechnology model of agriculture is that genetically modified (GM) crops help mitigate climate change by sequestering more carbon into the soil. But a new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change has determined this to be patently false, showing that no-till farming methods perform similarly to conventional plowing methods in terms of actual carbon sequestration.
Chemical companies like Monsanto have long claimed that no-till farming, which eliminates the need for soil to be plowed under in order to eradicate weeds, is preferable because it doesn’t disrupt the soil and thus release carbon into the atmosphere. Climate change apologists have long claimed that soil carbon release is responsible for global warming and that no-till farming methods prevent this phenomenon from occurring.
But as it turns out, no-till farming only sequesters carbon near the surface of the soil, with far lower accumulations than previously assumed at deeper levels. What this suggests is that the net accumulation of organic carbon in no-till soil is small, at best, and most likely negligible. In other words, GM crop technologies do not actually address climate change any better than conventional growing technologies.
“Over-stating the climate change benefits of no-till is serious as it gives a falsely optimistic message of the potential to mitigate climate change through altered agricultural practices,” stated Prof. David Powlson, a co-author of the study from Rothamsted Research in the UK. Continue reading
“So – aside from the superweeds, environmental pollution, and alarming increase in super ‘bugs’ which antibiotics can’t control, glyphosate is sterilizing entire generations.” – C Sarich
In January of this year, Natural Society reported on a Danish farmer’s plea for other keepers of livestock to stop giving their pigs, cattle, and other animals GMO feed because it was causing serious deformities. This and other stories about the toxic effects of Monsanto’s GMOs and favorite herbicide have become viral news. Will these first-hand accounts of animal deaths, human reproductive failure, and other scientific evidence finally create the tipping point for glyphosate’s demise?
Originally, the Danish farmer used feed containing no GM ingredients, but after running out, he ordered two tons of GM soy feed. Herdsman, taking care of his piglets, reported serious issues with his animals shortly thereafter. They showed a lack of appetite and had diarrhea, but the farmer continued to give them the GM feed. The herdsmen were not aware he had switched. Continue reading
Jafree Ozwald ~ The magnificent divine being that you are can easily be discovered in the next few months of your life. You simply need to be committed to dropping every idea your mind continues to create about who you are, and who you are not. By consistently letting go of the storehouse of thoughts, beliefs and concepts you hold tightly about yourself and welcoming an unlimited potential energy, you will soon make room inside your being for an awesome spiritual awakening experience to occur.
Enlightenment begins with the process of unraveling yourself. You first must understand the difference between who you are, and who you believe yourself to be before you can “unlearn” it all and experience total liberation. Get to know yourself. Discover what makes you tick and what makes you ticked off. Acknowledge that the thoughts you’ve formed around your body, reputation, bank account, and overall identity represent only a fracture of the sacred contents of your spiritual essence. The moment you recognize and know the truth of who you really are, the ideas you associate yourself with will seem silly, and simply drop away on their own accord. It’s very enlightening to experience the deep sloughing off of all these mini-identities until there is nothing left but your pure essential nature.
The more intimately you know yourself, the easier it is to find and free all the limiting ideas you have about you. It’s not that you should try to fix, change, or resist having ideas about yourself. This would simply create more suffering. The secret to enlightenment is simply not identifying with or resisting any ideas at all because you know you are pure consciousness. This sweet awareness and soul who you is so infinitely vast that there truly is no thought which can describe your real brilliance. Continue reading
“. . . most insurance companies have completely abandoned their fiduciary duties to both their insureds and to injured parties. Every single claim is treated as fraudulent. The discretion of the individual insurance adjuster has been largely removed, and they have a rigid set of guidelines set not on the actual injuries, but on a desire to maximize profit.” Randy
A few days ago I discussed the overlap of two bankrupt systems: Healthcare (a.k.a. Sickcare) and our legal system–malpractice. Today we hear from two correspondents on possible fixes to malpractice: Ishabaka (M.D.) and Randy, who combines both legal and medical expertise in his family: he is an attorney and his wife is a physician.
First up: Ishabaka (M.D.), a physician who has practiced medicine in both Canada and the U.S. and served an an emergency room doctor for many years.
My solution would be – first – a no fault system, where anyone who suffers an injury as a result of contact with the health care system is compensated a REASONABLE amount – like the workers compensation system.
One side of the story I didn’t mention is I have seen a case of clear malpractice where the suit was WON by the two doctors who prescribed naproxen to a patient for gout, when it was known he had a giant stomach ulcer. Every third year medical student knows naproxen can cause ulcers to bleed. The man woke up in the middle of the night with a massive bleed from his ulcer, and died. The thing is, there is an alternative treatment for gout – colchicine – that is perfectly safe in stomach ulcer patients, and should have been prescribed.
The second half of the system would be a really good review mechanism – I’d base it on the F.A.A. – that reviews what happened when a patient suffers injury due to contact with the health care system. I think in many instances, it would be found nothing could have helped – people get sick and die. I had a friend give a woman with no history of penicillin allergy a shot of penicillin for gonorrhea and she had a severe allergic reaction and died at age 21 – in spite of textbook treatment for severe drug allergy. Stuff happens. Continue reading