…as many of us know has been hiding in plain sight. Nowhere has the indoctrination of the masses been more evident (and rigorously enforced) than in the area of vaccines. Even the scientific genius of Jimmy Kimmel has been applied to the effort. And the clarion of “no scientific proof” continues to sound and is blown in the ears of those who otherwise claim that kids injected 72 times between birth and high school graduation might actually be affected in negative ways. Now we have a bit of a study that demands some explanation on the part of the Vaxxers… »
We are witnessing the transformation of Big Data to “Smart” Data. Will this benefit you or bind you down? Are you comfortable with data analytics that can peruse your unique medical indicators and predict what ailments await you in the future? Would you agree to abide by medical managers prescribing – or requiring – you to live a certain way to reduce your chance of chronic illness or early death? What would you do if today’s mail included advertisements promoting a cancer treatment center near you, even though your doctor has never mentioned the “C word” to you?… »
It goes without saying that the cataclysmic legislation that very few of our intellectually challenged Congresspeople read — I hope this reminds everyone of Al Franken and Nancy Pelosi — is very likely going to die under the weight of its ill conceived business plan. Aetna is now pulling out, and the reasons are not subtle: $300 M in losses this past year….
I am often asked about the true medical value in marijuana. There are, of course, many who feel it is a curse — an entry level portal to the dark world of drug abuse. In many cases they are correct. There is plenty of data to suggest that cannabis provides a cheap and convenient (and enjoyable) apprenticeship to the use of heroine and many other substances that have a consistent if not guaranteed tendency to make unproductive citizens of good people. Not to mention that the trade in this substance has been controlled by elements who tend to kill anyone who tries to take over any good sales contracts. But the Gateway theory has some flaws, and the predictability of harder drug use by recreational marijuana users is a little more complicated. And the actual science of cannabis is very compelling when used properly… »
Are we going to continue to allow our personal liberties to be stripped from us even as industries that are in bed with our government continue to gross huge profits at the expense of our health? For a nation founded on liberty and considering the sacrifice made by many throughout our history to preserve these liberties, I am appalled.
In case you missed this new’s piece earlier this month, the Senate voted 65 to 32 against the right to know what is in your food. When is transparency ever a bad thing when it has to do with understanding what is in the food you eat, the water you drink, or perhaps the drugs you may take?
This particular piece of legislation is regarding GMO labeling. If GMO foods are so wonderful, why not let an educated public choose whether or not to eat these glorious Frankenstein creations? Speaking of Frankenstein, our very own Al Franken from Minnesota voted in Monsanto’s favor and against your right to understand what you are putting on your dinner table. Please let Al Franken know that you don’t want your child eating frankenfoods!
For more info: http://www.fooddemocracynow.org/blog/2016/jul/8
This will likely be a polarizing movie for those who manufacture and sell vaccines (insert numerous drug conglomerates), distribute them (pediatricians and insurers), and who argue for their efficacy (many ignorant citizens and MDs who have been drinking the Kool Aid). But the connection between vaccines and autism continues to be debated due to the compelling nature of just too many cases where it appears obvious. »
“Despite federal government recommendations, only 45% of boys and 60% of girls are getting vaccinated against HPV”. This is a quote from a medical correspondent on CBS. Interesting statement since this vaccine does not prevent the STD, human papilloma virus. A condom would actually prevent HPV, but with the widespread use of oral contraceptives in teenagers and young adults the condom wouldn’t seem as crucial. This vaccination is marketed in this manner so often, but it actually prevents just four strains of HPV infections from becoming genital warts or cervical cancer. Yet the campaign to induce an ignorant American public continues… »
…because it is appearing to be a virus in search of a disease…and perhaps a vaccine. Nothing serves up a better medical version of “never letting a crisis go to waste” than some new, mysterious illness that seems to evoke billions of dollars of federal aid overnight to the vaccine makers and their academic partners. Although this virus certainly causes human illness, it does not appear to be either new nor as dangerous as the newsies would like it to be. »