Interesting presentation from KJ. He starts with the recent Buz Eldrin fake- news from Antarctica. He meanders from the Antichrist, the fallen angels, Mayan artifacts, to NASA, the Nephilim, and UFOs. And somehow it all makes sense.
Interesting presentation from KJ. He starts with the recent Buz Eldrin fake- news from Antarctica. He meanders from the Antichrist, the fallen angels, Mayan artifacts, to NASA, the Nephilim, and UFOs. And somehow it all makes sense.
The Reptilian Statue at Horyuji Temple Nara, Japan
This statue has been removed from the temple and is in a private collection in an unknown location, so we have been told.
As the Trumpster pretends he is serious about building that wall, ya right, this would be a good time to re-play this from last year. Oliver spells it like it is.
Donald Drumpf wants to build a wall on the U.S-Mexico border. Is his plan feasible?
Ancient Native Prophecy of the Black Snake is happening at this very moment. This is number 8 of 9 Hopi & Lakota Prophecies. The first 7 have all come into fruition. It is of the utmost importance that you watch, share and get involved now for the future of our water and all of humanity is at stake right now.
Right now thousands of natives and others have come together to stop the black snack Dakota Access Pipeline from crossing over the Missouri river into the land of the Lakota Indians. According to prophecy if the black snake crosses the river into the land the waters will be poisoned and it will mark off the end of the world. They do not call themselves protestors but instead they are the water protectors. They are protecting your water and your future so you must not sit there, you must get involved. If you at all care about the future of your children and grandchildren.
Spiritual Medium Joseph Tittel describes in detail the prophecy along with the last prophecy to come true. Joseph explains the current situation along with signs that have appeared from spirit. Very powerful signs. Included is detailed information on how you can get involved.
You can start by sharing this video with everyone you know.
You’d think that people who have inhabited an area for thousands of years should have a say on the future of that area. Nope, not with corporate petty puny psychopaths running the world.
With the Trumpster at the helm, we can assume he will favor his corporate friends. Obviously he will let this monstrosity happen, so we might as well equip ourselves with knowledge on the issue.
You may have heard a bit about the North Dakota Access Pipeline in the news — but probably not much. What’s happening at the site of one the largest Native American protests in recent history, and why isn’t it more widely reported in the US?
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Jan 25, 2017
One of the most fascinating ancient elongated skull has just been discovered.
This mysterious skull has auburn hair color which is not the typical black color seen in Native American People.
It is believed that the elongated skull dates back to around 2,800 years, most likely belonged to a newborn, or perhaps 3-month year old baby.
What makes this elongated skull so unique?
Well, according to experts, this mummified elongated skull is suggestive of a genetically elongated skull, meaning that it isn’t the result of head binding, since the process of artificial cranial deformation takes at least 6 months to produce the desired effect.
So far, archaeologists in Peru have found hundreds of elongated skulls with peculiar characteristics.
This new discovery hints at the possibility that thousands of years ago, an ancient race of people lived in Peru with naturally elongated skulls.
Furthermore, Brien Foerster points out the ‘very fine hair’ of the baby, which curiously is auburn red in color, and not the typical black color seen in Native American People.
According to experts, this — together with the anomalous elongated skull — is one of the best pieces of evidenced which shows a clear genetic differentiation from what one would normally expect.
In addition to the auburn hair color and freakishly elongated skull, Brien Foerster notes that the vertebral column of the baby is located further back of the skull than in normal humans which “could well indicate an evolutionary adaptation to compensate for the elongated skull”.
The Paracas elongated skulls have been the subject of debate among experts for years.
In 1928 researchers found on the southern coast of Peru a cemetery that held the remains of 300 individuals with elongated skulls.
The discovery was led by Peruvian archaeologist Julio Tello, and it is believed that the skulls may date from about 3,000 years ago. These are known today as the “Paracas skulls”.
Strangely, the volume and weight of the skeletons is anything but normal. According to researchers, the cranial volume of the “Paracas Skulls” is up to 25% larger and 60% heavier than conventional human skulls.
And there is more to the mysterious skulls. The human skull is composed of two parietal bones located between the frontal and occipital, forming the sides of the calvaria.
The calvaria or also called skullcap, is made up of the superior portions of the frontal bone, occipital bone, and parietal bones. The “Paracas Skulls” only have one.
Interestingly, it seems that Elongated Skulls are a global phenomenon. The elongated skulls phenomenon is not isolated, evidence of this are the countless skulls that have been discovered in all corners of the globe.
The head binding phenomenon has become one of the most puzzling subjects for archaeologists around the globe who seem to avoid, at all cost, exploring the tens of thousands of elongated skulls discovered around the globe: Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, Egypt and even parts of Asia.
Do you know what we should do? We should follow the Chief Executive Officer Derek Dubner of idiCORE 24 hours a day.
Follow him and his family, friends, associates wherever they go. Report everything about them. Turn the page on these opportunistic voyeur creeps. Also, flood them with phone calls, emails, and snail mail until they die of natural causes.
Every move you make. Every click you take. Every game you play. Every place you stay. They’ll be watching you.
August 5, 2016
Forget telephoto lenses and fake mustaches: The most important tools for America’s 35,000 private investigators are database subscription services. For more than a decade, professional snoops have been able to search troves of public and nonpublic records—known addresses, DMV records, photographs of a person’s car—and condense them into comprehensive reports costing as little as $10. Now they can combine that information with the kinds of things marketers know about you, such as which politicians you donate to, what you spend on groceries, and whether it’s weird that you ate in last night, to create a portrait of your life and predict your behavior.
IDI, a year-old company in the so-called data-fusion business, is the first to centralize and weaponize all that information for its customers. The Boca Raton, Fla., company’s database service, idiCORE, combines public records with purchasing, demographic, and behavioral data. Chief Executive Officer Derek Dubner says the system isn’t waiting for requests from clients—it’s already built a profile on every American adult, including young people who wouldn’t be swept up in conventional databases, which only index transactions. “We have data on that 21-year-old who’s living at home with mom and dad,” he says.
Dubner declined to provide a demo of idiCORE or furnish the company’s report on me. But he says these personal profiles include all known addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses; every piece of property ever bought or sold, plus related mortgages; past and present vehicles owned; criminal citations, from speeding tickets on up; voter registration; hunting permits; and names and phone numbers of neighbors. The reports also include photos of cars taken by private companies using automated license plate readers—billions of snapshots tagged with GPS coordinates and time stamps to help PIs surveil people or bust alibis.
Don’t be fooled; it’s nothing more than a huge tax giveaway for the rich.
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Our country is in dire need of massive investments in infrastructure, but what Donald Trump is proposing is nothing more than a huge tax giveaway for the rich.
1. It’s a giant public subsidy to developers and investors. Rather than taxing the wealthy and then using the money to fix our dangerously outdated roads, bridges, airports and water systems, Trump wants to give rich developers and Wall Street investors tax credits to encourage them to do it. That means that for every dollar they put into a project, they’d actually pay only 18 cents and we would contribute the other 82 cents through our tax dollars.
2. We’d be turning over public roads and bridges to private corporations who will charge us expensive tolls and earn big profits. These tolls will be set high in order to satisfy the profit margins demanded by elite Wall Street investors. So—essentially—we pay twice—once when we subsidize the developers and investors with our tax dollars, and then secondly when we pay the tolls and user fees that also go into their pockets.
3. We get the wrong kind of infrastructure. Projects that will be most attractive to Wall Street investors are those whose tolls and fees bring in the biggest bucks—giant mega-projects like major new throughways and new bridges. Not the thousands of smaller bridges, airports, pipes, and water treatment facilities most in need of repair. Not the needs of rural communities and smaller cities and towns too small to generate the tolls and other user fees equity investors want. Not clean energy.
To really make America great again we need more and better infrastructure that’s for the public—not for big developers and investors. And the only way we get that is if corporations and the wealthy pay their fair share of taxes.
Gary Taubes’ new book claims sugar is as addictive as cigarettes, and even more readily available.
Unhealthy food concept – sugar in carbonated drinks. High amount of sugar in beverages
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It’s no news flash that corporations make money selling products that turn out to be harmful to public health, or that these corporations not only oppose government regulation but support biased scientific research that creates confusion about the harm their products are causing. The story is often the same: A company knew its product caused harm; it covered up the truth, and promoted false science in its own defense.
We’re well aware of this pattern when it comes to Phillip Morris and cigarettes. We’re now learning of a similar pattern with Exxon-Mobil, which knew about global warming but promoted and supported the research of climate change deniers in order to ward off attempts to regulate fossil fuel extraction and production.
Greed and narrow self-interest have regularly corrupted science. Why should the food industry be any different?
It’s not. The culprit this time is sugar, and the companies like Nestle, Hershey’s and General Mills that make and sell it. A huge array of common foodstuffs contain either sugar or high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS), from pretzels and bread to barbecue sauce and cigarettes (yes, cigarettes). Americans eat approximately 130 pounds of sugar per person per year.
Leading the charge against the ideologies pushed by this powerful industry is science writer Gary Taubes, whose new book, The Case Against Sugar is the most comprehensive account to date of the politics and science behind sugar, a substance that, according to Taubes, is “the principal cause of the chronic diseases that are most likely to kill us, or at least accelerate our demise, in the 21st century.” Taubes is a passionate partisan. As he says in his foreword, “If this were a criminal case, The Case Against Sugar would be the argument for the prosecution.”
Taubes is a historian of science, delving into scientific debates that are centuries old. Debates about the health hazards of sugar are simply another example of the ways that science can be politicized, pressed into the service of special interests. Science, after all, once “proved” that African Americans didn’t feel pain as much as whites, that women couldn’t think well with the left sides of their brains, and that intelligence was based primarily in genetics and not social conditions. That we now know better is not only the result of better science, but of social movements that challenged traditional prejudices and orthodoxies in all areas of culture, including science.
Taubes’ book should be required reading for anyone alarmed by the fact that at least one in three adult Americans is obese, two-thirds are overweight and one in seven is diabetic. Brick by brick, Taubes carefully builds his case that sugar consumption is the primary cause of these conditions. And since some of the metabolic dynamics that promote the development of obesity and diabetes are also now linked to gout, cancer, Alzheimer’s, and heart disease, the conclusion that sugar is the great public health hazard of our times is hard to deny.
Not that the sugar industry hasn’t tried hard to deny it. Big Sugar had to fight off attempts to discourage sugar consumption in the 1940s (war-time rationing) and the 1950s (Eisenhower publicly declared sugar to be dangerous to heart health). Its first gambit—one seen even today—was to counter warnings about the role of sugar in obesity by arguing that sugar was merely “empty calories” and that people got fat because they consumed too many calories or burned too few—the “sloth and gluttony” defense. Overweight people were to blame, not the content of their diets.
Then, in the 1960s, when Big Sugar’s market share was threatened by diet drinks, sugar companies and their trade groups and PR consultants spent over $4 million in today’s dollars supporting and publicizing bogus research to get the FDA to rule that sugar substitutes like saccharin and cyclamates caused cancer and should be taken off the market. (Cyclamates were “found” to cause bladder cancer in some male rats. Unfortunately, the amounts needed to do so were equivalent to a human drinking 550 cans of Fresca daily!)
More recently, Big Sugar has funded and publicized the ill-founded conclusion of some scientists that saturated fats, not sugar or carbohydrates, are the primary culprit behind the growing incidence of obesity and heart disease in America, as well as other societies that have been westernized over time. An either/or thinking has been encouraged. If it’s fat, it can’t be sugar, and vice-versa.
Taubes reviews the many ways these scientific controversies were fought in academic journals and conferences, before government agencies and congressional committees, and in slick advertising campaigns. Each challenge to sugar consumption was met with swift counterpunches by Big Sugar. Millions of dollars have been spent co-opting university professors and researchers with generous grants and by funding political campaigns opposing attempts to regulate the size of soft drinks or tax the profits of their manufacturers (Coca-Cola and Pepsi, who else?).
Taubes systematically dismantles the scientific claims of pro-sugar advocates, displaying an impressive understanding of nutrition and biochemistry. Two examples will suffice: First, the false but seemingly commonsensical claim by the sugar industry that obesity is caused by ingesting more calories than what is spent in physical activity. The axiom, “whatever you eat you have to burn off” misses the crucial point that all calories are not alike. The specific biochemical and physiological effects of the fructose that comprises half of both white sugar and high-fructose corn syrup guarantees fat accumulation and retention by complicated reactions in the liver, pancreas and brain that are specific to fructose. Among these reactions is the stimulation of high levels of insulin in our bodies leading to type-II diabetes, obesity and hypertension. The insulin triggered by dietary sugars directs fat cells to store fat, increases the production of LDL—the so-called “bad cholesterol”—and causes the brain to ignore signals of satiety.
Further, as Taubes and others such as pediatric endocrinologist Robert Luskin at UCSF, point out, it is almost impossible to burn enough calories through exercise to work off any significant number of calories, and research has shown that exercise is a poor means to lose weight anyway (it’s good for our brains and muscles, but not for significant weight loss). But by blaming people who are fat for their sloth and gluttony, the sugar industry lets itself off the hook. One wonders if the industry uses this blame-the-victim approach to explain away the rise in obesity of 6-month-old babies. The answer is likely to be found in the sugar content of many brands of baby formula.
Taubes further takes down the sugar industry’s focus on the dangers of saturated fats. He critically examines the low-fat, high-carb recommendations that exploded on the American diet scene in the early 1980s (think “carbo loading” before strenuous exercise or Nabisco’s low-fat, high-carbohydrate Snackwells cookies). The leading expert on nutrition in post-WWII America—and leading proponent of the fats-are-bad-but-sugar-is-harmless paradigm—was University of Minnesota epidemiologist Ancel Keys. His “Seven Countries Study” went a long way to convincing nutritionists and the public that saturated fat, not sugars, caused heart disease.
Keys compared heart-disease rates with diet in 16 populations in Italy, Yugoslavia, Greece, Finland, the Netherlands, Japan and the United States, and sure enough, found a significant correlation between the fat content of the typical diet in these populations and the incidence of cardiovascular disease. Japan and Italy had the lowest rates of heart disease, yet their citizens consumed a large amount of complex carbohydrates—starch—in the form of rice and pasta noodles, and thus, Keys and others argued, carbohydrates couldn’t be the problem. The problem, as Taubes points out, is that people in Japan and Italy also consumed extremely low levels of fructose as well as fat, but Keys neglected to study that particular factor.
There is abundant evidence that fructose is fattening and that diets restricting it have produced the highest average weight loss. But as long as the sugar industry and its scientific and political allies keep shouting “saturated fats!” attention is pulled away from the powerful pathogenic effects of sugars. And that’s no accident. When proof is lacking, the aim is to sow confusion.
Fructose is the toxic culprit in Taubes’ book. Fructose is metabolized in the liver and creates numerous pathways to disease, including obesity, diabetes and hypertension. In his concluding chapters, Taubes also includes cancer and Alzheimer’s disease as possible long-term outcomes of chronic fructose use. He cites and analyzes multiple studies showing the appearance of these illnesses in cultures that become westernized—a process that invariably involves dramatic and sudden increases in sugar consumption.
The chronicity of the diseases and the various long-term effects of what partisans like Taubes or Robert Luskin believe is a poison makes simple cause-and-effect relationships difficult to establish with 100 percent validity. What most lay people know is that sugar can be addictive (it appears to activate the same pleasure centers in the brain as cocaine) and it’s in almost everything we eat, from sugary drinks like Coca-Cola and Pepsi to infant formula. And like cigarettes, these products are marketed heavily to young people and in poor communities.
If Taubes likens his book to a legal brief against sugar, it’s hard for readers not to return a guilty verdict. He presents enough evidence to persuade readers that major government-funded longitudinal research is needed. But in the meantime, the documented risks of sugar are great enough and the potential dangers dire enough, to support making sugar a public health issue, much like alcohol and cigarettes. And that means pressuring government to regulate its use.
An analyst believes that the new US president will pull back NATO forces from Russia’s doorstep and will look for ways to work with Moscow.
The first batch of Belgian and German soldiers has arrived in Lithuania as part of a NATO troop deployment allegedly aimed at building up a deterrence force against Russia. Moscow is seriously wary of the US-led alliance’s military buildup near its borders. In response to the aggressive measures, Russia has beefed up its southwestern military capacity, deploying nuclear-capable Iskander-M missiles to its Baltic enclave of Kaliningrad, bordering Poland and Lithuania.
A former US army psychological warfare officer believes that NATO’s latest deployment of troops to Lithuania was “engineered and planned” under former president Barack Obama as part of the “military leverage” against Russia.
“This was an Obama operation, an Obama agenda where the president was using this as one of leverage points in the US policy towards Russia which has been very hostile since the Ukrainian CIA coup,” Scott Bennett told Press TV in an interview on Wednesday.
He also noted that the United States has been trying to pry Ukraine out of the Russian orbit ever since the 2014 coup which ousted Ukraine’s president Viktor Yanukovych.
According to Bennett, the reunification with Russia of the strategic Black Sea peninsula of Crimea was viewed as hostile by Washington.
He further predicted that President Donald Trump will pull back NATO forces and not allow this military activity to go on. Trump will halt all NATO’s aggressive activities that could be misinterpreted by Russia as an “act of war,” the analyst said.
Bennett is of the opinion that Trump does not have an animosity towards Russia and he is trying his best to cultivate dialogue and an opportunity to work with Moscow.
Elsewhere in his remarks, Bennett stated that the Soviet Union’s threat of the Communist era, which was the point of assembling NATO, does not exist anymore.
Thus, with the disintegration of the Soviet Union and the pulling back of Russia, there is no need for NATO, he argued.
“There are threats of terrorism which incidentally the United States itself facilitated. There are threats of small-scale terrorist attacks that need to be understood and counter-measured. But it is not through the typical NATO massive tanks and soldiers and Jeeps and forces. That was for a different era. That was for the Cold War,” he said.
Bennett believes that President Trump will reconstruct NATO in a more “counter-terrorism fit” and will establish himself as a bridge between Europe and Russia by lifting the sanctions and ending the economic and diplomatic war that Obama was waging against Moscow.
Damn the Israelis! How many UN resolutions have Israel and the US ignored? Most of them. Hypocrites, the world knows.
Also, look at the arrogance of Israel doing this just a few days after the Trumpster’s inauguration. It’s obviously a test of the limits and will of the new president who has already given his full support to the genocidal agenda of Israel.
Boycott everything Israeli until they rejoin the human species!
And relocate Israel to Florida where it belongs!
Jan 24, 2017
The United Nations has denounced recent Israeli initiatives to accelerate settlement construction in occupied Palestinian territory, stressing that “unilateral actions” are an obstacle to peace based on a two-state solution.
“For the secretary-general there is no plan B for the two-states solution,” UN chief Antonio Guterres’ spokesman Stephane Dujarric said on Tuesday.
“In this respect any unilateral decision that can be an obstacle to the two-state goal is of grave concern for the secretary-general.”
Israel approved a plan to build 2,500 new settlement homes in the occupied West Bank on Tuesday, two days after it accepted building permits for more than 500 settler homes in occupied East Jerusalem.
The biggest settlement plan announced since 2013, it comes close after the election of US President Donald Trump, who has not been critical of settlement activity. Settlements are illegal under international law.
Last month, the UN Security Council passed a resolution demanding that Israel halt its settlement expansion in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Dujarric said the UN’s position on settlement building in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem had not changed.
The European Union also warned that the move “further seriously undermine[s]” prospects for a two-state solution.
Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman said in a statement that he and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed to the plan “in response to housing needs”.
Lieberman said the majority of the housing units would be built in existing settlement blocs, areas where most settlers live and which Israel wants to keep under any future peace deal with Palestinian officials.
“It is regrettable that Israel is proceeding with this policy, despite the continuous serious international concern and objections, which have been constantly raised at all levels,” the EU’s external action service’s spokesperson said.
Palestinian officials condemned the latest announcement.
A spokesman for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said it dealt a new blow to attempts to bring peace to the region and that it would promote “extremism”.
Nabil Abu Rdeineh said the decision “disregards” international opposition to the settlements and he called on the international community to take a “real and serious position” against Israel.
Al Jazeera’s Imran Khan, reporting from East Jerusalem, noted that the Israeli defence ministry’s statement said that 100 of the new settler homes would be built in Beit El, a settlement bloc “that is deep within the Palestinian territory”.
The fresh settlements plan “has already caused a significant amount of anger from the Palestinian Authority, which says it flies in the face of UN resolutions,” he added.
“They also said that it will be the death of the two-state solution.”
According to media reports, the parents of Jared Kushner – Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser – have contributed a significant amount of funds to the Beit El settlement bloc.
“We build and continue to build,” Netanyahu said on Twitter shortly after Lieberman’s announcement on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, Trump’s chief spokesman refrained from stating a position on the settlement announcement but said the two leaders would discuss settlements when they meet in Washington next month.
Asked whether Trump supported the announcement, White House press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters: “Israel continues to be a huge ally of the United States. He wants to grow closer with Israel.”
Pressed again on the issue, he said: “We’ll have a conversation with the prime minister.”
The muted response from the Trump White House, which has promised an approach more aligned with Israel’s government, was a clear departure from Obama, whose aides routinely criticised settlement construction plans.
Just two days before the announcement, Israeli authorities approved the construction of 566 settler homes in East Jerusalem.
That announcement came shortly after the inauguration of Trump, with Israeli officials saying the permits had been held up until the end of Obama’s administration.
“The rules of the game have changed with Donald Trump’s arrival as president,” Meir Turgeman, Jerusalem’s deputy mayor, told the AFP news agency.
“We no longer have our hands tied as in the time of Barack Obama. Now we can finally build.”
Source: Al Jazeera and news agencies
Trump is no fascist. He hasn’t got the political or ideological underpinnings (or the attention span) to be one. Donald Trump is a Madison Avenue huckster, no more, no less—simultaneously a creation of and proselytizer of old-fashioned American advertising. Don Trump isn’t Adolf Hitler. He is Don Draper.
Source: Donald Trump’s Genius
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January 25, 2017
When people blur the relationship between facts and reality—when they jettison what has long been accepted as the basis of “verifiable evidence”—they put themselves in the awkward position of embracing a weird and potentially dangerous form of solipsism. If we can’t trust the “facts,” then what the hell can we “trust”?
Unfortunately, a guy figured out that once the media and those pointy-headed scientists and those smarty-pants humanities professors were no longer seen as “credible,” it opened the door to another approach. It allowed us to appeal to people’s emotions, prejudices and poisoned dreams. Alas, the guy who figured this out was a thrice-married and four times bankrupt New York real estate billionaire who became president.
It’s no exaggeration to say that Donald Trump has managed to convince a critical mass of the American public that those so-called “facts” mean almost nothing. Why? Because all we have to do is consider the source. It’s the mainstream media (i.e., the “liberal media”) who’ve been supplying those facts, and who’ve been lying to us the whole time.
In the eyes of Trump supporters, the media conceal or mischaracterize everything—failing to report how many undocumented immigrants are “known rapists and murderers,” pretending that “climate change” is man-made, refusing to reveal Barack Obama’s actual birthplace, lying about the size of the inauguration crowd in Washington D.C. All lies, and all part of the liberal agenda.
While glibly comparing Trump’s self-serving rhetoric to Hitler’s use of the “Big Lie” is fairly tempting, it’s a mistake. Trump is no fascist. He hasn’t got the political or ideological underpinnings (or the attention span) to be one. Donald Trump is a Madison Avenue huckster, no more, no less—simultaneously a creation of and proselytizer of old-fashioned American advertising. Don Trump isn’t Adolf Hitler. He is Don Draper.
Sociologists going back to Thorstein Veblen have suggested that the American economy—celebrated as it is—is largely the product of false or wildly misleading advertising.
Indeed, false advertising is the engine that drives the economy. And now we can congratulate ourselves for having elected our first “synthetic” president. Because we never bothered to read the fine print on the package, we just earned one. We earned one, we deserved one, and now we have one.
People may be gullible, but we’re not stupid. Surveys show that upwards of 90% of the public consider commercials to be either “greatly exaggerated or outright lies.” Yet companies continue to spend billions of dollars on them, and consumers continue to engage in an irrational, schizoid dance—on the one hand, knowing they are “fibbing to us,” and on the other hand, buying everything they tell us to buy.
Reportedly, “High C” fruit drink was forced to acknowledge that it consisted mainly of sugar and artificial flavors. As a consequence, it could no longer trick parents by saying it was “made of” 100% fruit juice. Instead, they began saying it’s “made with” 100% fruit juice. In other words, there may be less than 5% actual fruit contained in the drink, but what there is of it, is actual fruit.
So perhaps this should be our working analogy. President Donald Trump can be considered analogous to “High C” fruit drink. Both are creations of Madison Avenue, both rely on intentionally misleading semantics, and both, ultimately, are bad for your health.
Robert Kennedy, Jr. has been appointed to head a new commission on vaccine safety by President Trump, and The Powers That Be are not happy. Time magazine is bringing out the big guns to try to smear RFK Jr’s reputation in the public’s eye. He hails from a family of political and humanitarian icons of modern history, so it’s no wonder that Time feels the need to destroy him.
Ironically, Mr. Kennedy was previously named one of Time magazine’s “Heroes for the Planet” for his environmental work. But when a high profile truth-teller goes up against the corrupt propaganda machinery that Time represents, that person will be vilified. What makes Time magazine so dangerous is their clout in the marketplace of ideas. Time holds a position of honor in the minds of millions of readers, and it portrays itself as a serious and sober voice of authority. Many topics are covered fairly and accurately, but when a well hidden agenda is afoot, all bets are off. Time magazine’s crafty article “Why Donald Trump’s Choice of RFK Jr. as Vaccine Czar Is a Terrible Idea” is so full of half-truths, misrepresentations, and misdirection, it’s hard to know where to start.
The article begins:
Now comes the Trump team’s latest planned explosion: the appointment of celebrated anti-vaccine crusader Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. to chair a commission on, yes, vaccine safety and integrity.
The through-the-looking-glass news broke today in the lobby of Trump Tower…
Time‘s condescending tone continues as they refer to President Trump’s position connecting vaccines and autism as “nonsensical non-science.” Natural News has well covered the saga of Andrew Wakefield and the vaccine-autism connection, yet Time calls it “The vaccine-autism fable…” They go on to claim there exists a “tidal wave of studies showing that vaccines are safe and effective…” and that partly to blame for this ‘persistent rumor’ are Hollywood celebrities Jim Carrey, Jenny McCarthy, and Rob Schneider, to whom Time warns menacingly, “we’re looking at you…”
Time falsely claims that with regard to vaccine constituents, “the thimerosal just isn’t there,” when in fact after the ban went into effect, old vaccine stocks containing the mercury preservative were allowed to be sold, and may still be used. To finish, the article says about Kennedy, “the newly chosen vaccine czar does not know what he’s talking about.”
In truth, Time has no clue what it’s reporting. Mercury (Thimerosal) is still used in flu shots routinely given to infants and expectant mothers, subjecting millions of U.S. children to toxic mercury exposure via vaccinations. (RELATED: For the latest honest reporting on vaccines, visit Vaccines.news)
Kennedy has published a manifesto on mercury and vaccines, a very worthy read. It is available at his website RobertFKennedyJr.com. Also, read the powerful excerpts from his Thimerosal science book at this Natural News link. Here is how it begins, and this shows precisely why he is a marked man:
I am pro vaccine. I had all of my six children vaccinated. I believe that vaccines save millions of lives. So let me explain why I edited the book Thimerosal: Let The Science Speak, which exposes the dangerous—and wholly unnecessary—use of the mercury-based preservative thimerosal in vaccines being given to millions of children and pregnant women here and around the world.
Vaccines are big business. Pharma is a trillion-dollar industry with vaccines accounting for $25 billion in annual sales. CDC’s decision to add a vaccine to the schedule can guarantee its manufacturer millions of customers and billions in revenue with minimal [advertising] or marketing costs and complete immunity from lawsuits. High stakes and the seamless marriage between Big Pharma and government agencies have spawned an opaque and crooked regulatory system…
Time‘s vile hit piece on Kennedy is subtitled “Kids will pay the price for anti-vaxxer nonsense.” Those nine words are loaded, and the subtitle in and of itself constitutes mass mind control. First, it is a clear example of fear-mongering. The choice to not vaccinate is valid and does not mean you will bring harm to your children. The truth is that kids are ‘paying the price’ for an intensive vaccination schedule that pumps them full of toxins many times over that of the schedule from a few decades ago.
A reasonable and measured approach is for parents to question the safety, effectiveness, and necessity of each and every of the dozens of vaccine doses that is overloading their children’s immune systems. That is not nonsense, that is wisdom. What is folly is to mindlessly prostrate oneself before the medical/pharmaceutical overlords as if they hold sovereign power over us. Moreover, RFK Jr. is self-professedly pro-vaccine. To use the term ‘anti-vaxxer’ is inappropriate, disingenuous, and perfidious.
Finally, to use the word ‘nonsense’ is dismissive, as if the science is settled, as if no credible voices speak against the vaccine theology, and as if anyone who questions TPTB can be rightfully marginalized.
We know that Earth is changing in dramatic ways on a daily basis, but sometimes you need a bird’s eye view – or a satellite feed – to really appreciate the evolution of our planet.
That’s exactly what you get with a new set of images recently released by NASA, showing dramatic shifts in forest sizes, water levels, and ice cover over the last 40 years.
Some of the pictures really are shocking, like the comparison below of Lake Urmia in Iran, showing its shrinking size and changing colours.
This distinct green/brown contrast took place over just a few months, and was caused by summer heat and growing populations of algae and bacteria:
“Some of these effects are related to climate change, some are not,” says NASA. “Some document the effects of urbanisation or the ravage of natural hazards such as fires and floods. All show our planet in a state of flux.”
Check out the shrinkage of the Great Salt Lake in Utah between 1985 and 2010, caused by reduced snowmelt and rainfall:
Several of the images show how the spread of our towns and cities has impacted the natural landscape.
Take these shots of the Baban Rafi forest in Niger, showing huge chunks of forest disappearing between 1976 and 2007:
Much of that forest was cleared to make way for farming land – the country’s population increased by 40 percent across the same time period, according to NASA.
The effects of urbanisation can also be seen in these 1991 and 2016 pictures of New Delhi in India:
Trump’s cold war won’t be with Russia, but with China.
Beijing — Following comments made by White House spokesman Sean Spicer on Monday in which he said the United States would absolutely protect its interests in the South China Sea, the Asian superpower has fired back through its state-run media — going so far as to suggest China should beef up its nuclear arsenal in the face of Donald Trump’s presidency.
As reported by the newswire service Agence-France Presse (AFP) on Tuesday, “In recent days, Chinese social media has carried pictures purporting to show an advanced intercontinental ballistic missile system deployed in the Northeast.”
That missile system, the Dongfeng-41, was described by China’s state-run Global Times in a Tuesday editorial as “a nuclear solid-fuel road-mobile” system with “a range of 14,000 kilometers and a payload of 10-12 nuclear warheads” that can “target anywhere in the world” and is “widely considered one the most advanced intercontinental ballistic missiles.”
As AFP notes, the Times itself suggested the images of the Dongfeng-41 may have been leaked to social media by the Chinese military, the People’s Liberation Army, as a warning shot at Donald Trump.
On Monday, White House spokesman Sean Spicer appeared to echo the line taken by Rex Tillerson, Trump’s choice for secretary of state. At his recent Senate confirmation hearing, Tillerson raised eyebrows when he suggested the United States should block China from accessing its artificial islands in the South China Sea.
Saying “The U.S. is going to make sure that we protect our interests there,” Spencer went on to state:
“It’s a question of if those islands are in international waters and not part of China proper, then yeah, we’re going to make sure that we defend international territories from being taken over by one country.”
In response, China’s foreign ministry gave a statement in which it reiterated its unchanging position on its claims of sovereignty. Calling those claims “irrefutable,” spokeswoman Hua Chunying said “the United States is not a party to the South China Sea dispute” and that China wants the U.S. to “respect the facts, speak and act cautiously to avoid harming the peace and stability of the South China Sea.”
Meanwhile, the nation’s state-run media was suggesting it was time to strengthen its nuclear capacity.
However the images of the Dongfeng-41 system were obtained, China certainly isn’t backing away from the opportunity to flaunt its military might, and the Times editorial — as more and more are beginning to do — is very plain and unapologetic in its wording.
Stating the U.S. has “not paid enough respect to the Chinese military,” the piece further suggested that:
“China’s nuclear capability should be so strong that no country would dare launch a military showdown with China under any circumstance, and such that China can strike back against those militarily provoking it. A military clash with the US is the last thing China wants, but China’s nuclear arsenal should be able to deter the US.”
Jan 24, 2017
An asteroid just under 11 yards in diameter will give the earth a very close fly-by tomorrow.
Listed as a PHA – Potentially Hazardous Asteroid by NASA, the space rock 2017BX was discovered earlier this month and will pass at .7 of the distance between the earth and the moon. That’s a mere whisker in astronomical terms. (One lunar distance is 238855.708 miles.)
There is no indication that it will collide with the earth but we know from the Chelyabinsk meteor that exploded above the earth over Russia in 2013, that even smaller objects that don’t impact can cause major problems.
New PHA’s are being discovered all the time. The list on spaceweather.com of those so far discovered covers up to March 2, 2017.
A recent article from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) points out that the asteroid impact that is attributed to killing off the dinosaurs wasn’t such a straightforward issue as first thought.
“The big chill following the impact of the asteroid that formed the Chicxulub crater in Mexico is a turning point in Earth history,” says Julia Brugger from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), lead author of the study to be published in the Geophysical Research Letters. “We can now contribute new insights for understanding the much debated ultimate cause for the demise of the dinosaurs at the end of the Cretaceous era.” To investigate the phenomenon, the scientists for the first time used a specific kind of computer simulation normally applied in different contexts, a climate model coupling atmosphere, ocean and sea ice. They build on research showing that sulfur- bearing gases that evaporated from the violent asteroid impact on our planet’s surface were the main factor for blocking the sunlight and cooling down Earth.
In the tropics, annual mean temperature fell from 27 to 5 degrees Celsius
“It became cold, I mean, really cold,” says Brugger. Global annual mean surface air temperature dropped by at least 26 degrees Celsius. The dinosaurs were used to living in a lush climate. After the asteroid’s impact, the annual average temperature was below freezing point for about 3 years. Evidently, the ice caps expanded. Even in the tropics, annual mean temperatures went from 27 degrees to mere 5 degrees. “The long-term cooling caused by the sulfate aerosols was much more important for the mass extinction than the dust that stays in the atmosphere for only a relatively short time. It was also more important than local events like the extreme heat close to the impact, wildfires or tsunamis,” says co-author Georg Feulner who leads the research team at PIK. It took the climate about 30 years to recover, the scientists found. (source)
There is, somewhere in the vastness of space, a very large rock that is on a collision course with earth. Impacts have happened numerous times in the past and they will happen again unless the best minds on the planet find a way to divert or destroy the threat. Unlike the folks in the movie Armageddon, we haven’t reached that point in our technology yet.
A strike from a major asteroid is something that at this point in time simply cannot be avoided. If such a rock was discovered to be on a collision course today the best that we could hope for is that it landed in the ocean as the Chicxulub asteroid did.
Then “all” we would have to contend with is 30 years of cold and famine.
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