Friday, February 23, 2018
Yes, you read that correctly. The CDC uses a fuzzy math-based statistical model which identifies influenza as the cause of death even when respiratory diseases like pneumonia, or circulatory causes like cardiac arrest, are officially reported to have been the cause of death. This is all the more suspect when no virus testing is required to be performed in the majority of these cases. Absurdly, the CDC’s own resource page on pneumonia states that, “Viruses, bacteria, and fungi can all cause pneumonia.” Clearly, therefore, influenza alone can not be said to be the cause of all pneumonia deaths. You can see the same pseudoscientific process of arriving at annual flu death statistics exposed in the report below on Canada's equally propaganda-driven health system:
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against him and invoked the words and actions of Oscar-winning
actresses including Meryl Streep in his defense. In a blistering
response Wednesday, Streep said misusing her statement "as evidence that
he was not abusive with many OTHER women is pathetic and exploitive."
Thursday, February 22, 2018
10:53PM Wednesday 21 February
A Federal Court of Appeals (FCA) judge has allowed an appeal by Bell, Rogers, Videotron and TVA Group, in a copyright court case regarding Kodi media player add-ons.
The respected and outspoken physician who wrote "Overdosed America: The Broken Promise of American Medicine," honestly demonstrates how physicians who want to keep their positions must respond to earnest vaccine questions. They can't. Paramedic James P. Hilton's question to John Abramson, MD, health care policy professor at Harvard Medical School, Executive Director of Health Management; Wells Fargo Health Solutions; Lecturer on Health Care Policy; Author of Overdosed America: The Broken Promise of American Medicine. Mind Body Medicine: New Science and Best Practices To Meet Public Health Challenges , November 5-8, 2015 Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School Boston, MA Sponsored by Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital Hilton: I'd like you to share your opinion on the current push toward compulsory vaccination, in absence of clinical trials, and in violation of the Nuremberg Code. Abramson: Yeah. Uh. Um. Uh. The question is, what's my opinion of vaccinations in the absence of clinical trials and the Nuremberg Code. Hilton: And the push toward the compulsion to pickup. Abramson: Compulsory, right. For school registration, and so forth. And... um... I would have to take the coward's way out. I can't take on that issue. The pharmaceutical industry watches everything I do. And if I take a stand that I can't defend... But the bottom line is that I think, and, what the science is, is incomplete. There is no question about it. And the politics of it, as the way it's done, as a legal matter, and the inability of people who are injured by vaccines to sue for compensation, preventing plaintiff's lawyers from getting to the scientific data, its big problems. And, uh, that's really all I can say. Because again, everything I say in public, uh, is well read. So I apologize. Hilton: Thank you.
ROTC student Colton Haab, who shielded students from the school gunman, says CNN scripted the entire townhall event and censored him from asking the questions that he wanted to ask.
Myth of Gun Control - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_YTM_...
History of Gun Control - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pKasF.
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
According to a report from the website Sustainablepulse.com, GM mosquitoes are set to be released on Burkina Faso through the Target Malaria organization, which is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
This open release is acknowledged as having no benefits by the Gates Foundation, and is instead intended to “test the infrastructure and systems for a future release and for, as yet, experimental technologies, notably “gene drive” mosquitoes, as noted in this article from the Pulse.
The overall goal of the project is to eventually have an open release of gene drive GMO mosquitoes in hopes of reducing the population of a particular type of mosquito that can transmit the parasite that causes malaria; theoretically this would help reduce the incidence of the disease in Burkina Faso.
In "Cleaning at Home and at Work in Relation to Lung Function Decline and Airway Obstruction," researchers at the University of Bergen in Norway analyzed data from 6,235 participants in the European Community Respiratory Health Survey. The participants, whose average age was 34 when they enrolled, were followed for more than 20 years.
"While the short-term effects of cleaning chemicals on asthma are becoming increasingly well documented, we lack knowledge of the long-term impact," said senior study author Cecile Svanes, MD, PhD, a professor at the university's Centre for International Health. "We feared that such chemicals, by steadily causing a little damage to the airways day after day, year after year, might accelerate the rate of lung function decline that occurs with age."
The study found that compared to women not engaged in cleaning:
- Forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1), or the amount of air a person can forcibly exhale in one second, declined 3.6 milliliters (ml)/year faster in women who cleaned at home and 3.9 ml/year faster in women who worked as cleaners.
- Forced vital capacity (FVC), or the total amount of air a person can forcibly exhale, declined 4.3 ml/year faster in women who cleaned at home and 7.1 ml/year faster in women who worked as cleaners.
That level of lung impairment was surprising at first, said lead study author Øistein Svanes, a doctoral student also at the Department for Clinical Science. "However, when you think of inhaling small particles from cleaning agents that are meant for cleaning the floor and not your lungs, maybe it is not so surprising after all."
The authors speculate that the decline in lung function is attributable to the irritation that most cleaning chemicals cause on the mucous membranes lining the airways, which over time results in persistent changes in the airways and airway remodeling.
The study did not find that the ratio of FEV1 to FVC declined more rapidly in women who cleaned than in those who did not. The metric is used when diagnosing and monitoring patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD. The study did find that asthma was more prevalent in women who cleaned at home (12.3 percent) or at work (13.7 percent) compared to those who did not clean (9.6 percent).
The study also did not find that men who cleaned, either at home or at work, experienced greater decline in FEV1 or FVC than men who did not.
The researchers took into account factors that might have biased the results, including smoking history, body mass index and education.
Study limitations include the fact that the study population included very few women who did not clean at home or work. These women, the authors wrote, might "constitute a selected socioeconomic group." The number of men who worked as occupational cleaners was also small, and their exposure to cleaning agents was likely different from that of women working as cleaning professionals.
"The take home message of this study is that in the long run cleaning chemicals very likely cause rather substantial damage to your lungs," Øistein Svanes said. "These chemicals are usually unnecessary; microfiber cloths and water are more than enough for most purposes."
He added that public health officials should strictly regulate cleaning products and encourage producers to develop cleaning agents that cannot be inhaled.
President Donald Trump announced Tuesday he has signed a memorandum directing Attorney General Jeff Sessions to propose new regulations that would ban devices that can effectively turn legal weapons into machine guns. The news comes four months after the Las Vegas concert mass shooting, in which the gunman was found to have used 'bump stocks' that significantly increased the rate of fire for the multiple assault weapons he used from his perch on an upper floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel.
Learn More: https://www.yahoo.com/gma/trump-moves...
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
This video blog was foretold by Ted Pike many years ago. This is not a how to video but holds a lot of ... as to how they will accomplish this and we are already seeing it around us.
Monday, February 19, 2018
Nice site for audio books. Lots of classics. Free Public Domain Audio books & eBook Downloads
Nice site for audio books. Lots of classics. Free Public Domain Audio books & eBook Downloads
Sunday, February 18, 2018
Hero Citizen Stops Mass Shooting in a Church, Cops Show Up and Shoot HIM —Media Silent
A potentially deadly mass shooting in a church of 100 people was foiled this week by a hero citizen who then became the victim of trigger-happy cops who shot the wrong man.
Amarillo, TX — As news of the tragic shooting in Parkland, Florida dominated the airwaves this week, a massive hostage situation—which was quickly turning into a mass shooting situation—was foiled by a hero in a church. That hero, however, is now in the hospital after police showed up to the scene and shot him.
The situation was well on its way to becoming one of the deadliest shootings in history as the gunman took over 100 people hostage inside the Faith City Mission church on Wednesday.