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Nov 13 07:18

California’s strawberry industry is hooked on dangerous pesticides

Paul Helliker had a job for Dow AgroSciences.

As director of the California Department of Pesticide Regulation, Helliker had allowed some growers to ignore the restrictions for a pesticide called 1,3-Dichloropropene, which the state believed caused cancer.

The loophole was supposed to be temporary. Helliker gave Dow, the company that manufactures 1,3-D, and growers two years to come up with a plan to follow his department’s rules or to create new ones.

Nov 13 07:10

Methods of Depopulation


This segment describes the chemical and biological methods used covertly by the depopulation lobby to undermine human fertility, as well as the psychosocial and economic methods imposed on the world's people to subvert the family structure. By this double pronged approach the global population is being forced into an unnatural process of decline with dire consequences on human health and irreversible damage to the intellectual and genetic endowment of humanity.

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Posted in light of the sterilization scandal in Kenya.

Nov 13 07:03

MOULDY DICK: France aims to snatch EXPLODING WHALE crown from U.S.

Highway engineer George Thomas Thornton also achieved internet fame after blowing up a dead whale in 1970. He had to wait for his moment of digital glory however, because he achieved fame during the early days of the internet, when a website called The Exploding Whale celebrated this rather messy incident.

However, this poor creature was a comparatively tiny 8 tons, just over half the weight of the latest danger whale.

Nov 13 06:53

ALERT: Certified Organic Food Grown in U.S. Found Contaminated with Glyphosate Herbicide

With over 80% of the U.S. food supply now reportedly contaminated with the herbicide glyphosate, many people are turning to USDA certified organic products to avoid this toxic chemical. Current USDA NOP (National Organic Program) standards do not allow the use of the herbicide glyphosate on organic crops.

However, a new investigation by Tropical Traditions has revealed that the U.S. organic grain market is contaminated with glyphosate.

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Actually, a major problem is that the USDA National Organic Program have been "adjusted" under lobbying pressure to where a small percentage of GMO and Glyphosate are now allowed.

Nov 13 06:51

Rosetta comet landing: live

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13.40 To make matters worse, not only is Philae stuck on two legs, but it seems to have landed under a cliff which means it cannot get enough sunlight to make its solar panels work properly. The team were hoping the probe would be able to pick up between six and seven hours of sunlight each day but now it will probably only receive around 90 minutes.

13.35 Oh dear! Philae seems to be tipped on its side, with one leg sticking up into the air. 'We're almost vertical' Jean Pierre Bibring tells a press conference. The probe also jumped 1km into the air and was floating in space for two hours. They still don't know where it is.

It was a huge leap. We may be in the rim of the crater. That might explain the bizarre orientation.

Nov 13 06:26

Brass Tacks Ebola News Digest

Hyperlinks; analysis; some merely factual, some historical, others conspiritorial.

"One piece of news that did slip out via a local NBC affiliate is quite telling. The CDC's "active monitoring" watch list of at-risk Ebola carriers exploded from 117 to 357 people in just the first two days of this week....""...Putting aside the very real concerns of the workers, it is important to note that the doubt cast upon the official CDC party line is no longer mere theoretical hypothesis: certain strains may live up to 50 days....More frighteningly, however, [is how] it can last up to three months:.." "The piece goes on to promise that the flu shot will protect you from the 'far deadlier virus'..." "I expect the government to lie when they talk about the seriousness or extent of an epidemic... I also don't think that, usually, health care authorities are looking to kill people."

Nov 13 06:25

Philae lander sends back first ever image from comet surface

Scientists re-established communications with Philae on Thursday after an anxious overnight wait while its mothership Rosetta, which relays the signals to Earth, dipped below the comet’s horizon.

Magnetic field data from Philae’s ROMAP instrument analysed overnight revealed three ‘landings’. The first was almost exactly on the expected arrival time of 15:33 GMT. But the anchoring harpoons did not fire and Philae rebounded.

In the weak gravity of the comet it took about 2 hours for the lander to return to the surface. It touched down for a second time at 17:26 GMT, then bounced again before finally coming to rest at 17:33.

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So it looks like the Telegraph did jump the gun with the headline that implied the craft had been lost.

Nov 12 18:52

Bill Gates and the anti-fertility agent in African tetanus vaccine

It turns out The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has been funding the distribution of tetanus vaccine in Africa by UNICEF, which is the agency that provided Kenya with the vaccine reportedly laced with Human Chorionic Gonadatropin (HCG). That is the same Bill Gates who said: "The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s heading up to about nine billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps ten or fifteen percent." (See video below.)

Nov 12 17:26

Mission in danger: ESA's Philae fails to anchor on comet

With communications between Philae and its parent severed for the coming hours, expected as Rosetta disappears in orbit behind the comet, there may be scant information before a media briefing planned for 1300 GMT on Thursday, November 13.

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I will admit I am biased here, but I think the Telegraph story took the double landing and the normal loss of signal and write a headline that suggested the lander was lost.

Nov 12 17:24

Scientists Find Signs of Toxic Flame Retardants in Americans

Scientists report that they found evidence of six kinds of toxic flame retardants in Americans. The researchers tested urine samples from California residents and found detectable levels of a rarely studied group of flame retardants known as phosphates, and one — tris-(2-chloroethyl) phosphate (TCEP) — has never been seen in Americans before.

Nov 12 17:00

Rosetta mission: Philae craft may have bounced during comet landing – as it happened

Philae may have landed not once but twice – that’s the final message from Esa this evening.

According to Stephan Ulamec, Philae Lander Manager, DLR, the lander team believe that Philae may have bounced from the surface and settled again in a slightly different place.

Engineers know that the anchoring harpoons did not fire. It is also known that the communications link to Rosetta failed intermittently in an irregular pattern shortly after the landing but always immediately re-established itself.

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Rosetta is now out of touch with Philae as the orbiter has dipped below the horizon of the comet. The link to Philae was lost a little earlier than expected but this is probably because a hill or boulder was in the way of the line of sight.

Nov 12 16:16

Massive storms on Uranus! Astronomers spot vast flashes of light on the icy blue giant at the edge of the solar system

Astronomers have captured storms raging on the normally bland face of Uranus - although the origin of the storms remains a mystery.

The storms were first spotted back in August but more recent images have revealed they are still occurring.

And the cloud activity is so bright that even amateur astronomers have seen signs of it in the blue-green atmosphere of the planet, which is 30 times further away from the Sun than the Earth.

Nov 12 16:05

Rosetta probe has bounced away from landing site and lost contact, admit scientists

“Our big concern is at the moment is whether we are standing stably. We are considering if we need to retry shooting the anchors. said a spokesman for the Philae lander in Cologne.

Yet the science community was in firm agreement that the £1.3 billion mission had been an incredible success and a huge leap forward for astrophysics.

“It is a milestone for space exploration,” said Prof Tom Marsh of the University of Warwick’s Astronomy and Astrophysics group.

“An incredibly difficult task successfully accomplished at a distance of 520 million miles. It does not get much better than this.

WEBMASTER ADDITION: I am starting to wonder if the Telegraph jumped the gun on this, confusing the report of a bounce during landing and a predictable loss of signal as the comet rotates and the Rosetta prove orbits on the far side with the loss of the entire probe. Still no confirmation from any other source. Still no images or data from after the touchdown.

Nov 12 13:56

We landed twice: Philae comet probe may have bounced after harpoon failureBy Dave Gilbert, CNN

The comet probe Philae may have bounced when it landed, the European Space Agency (ESA) said Wednesday.

It is the first time a soft landing has been achieved on a comet -- but there was a hitch.

Comet 67P has a very weak gravity, so anchoring harpoons were designed to shoot into the comet to fix the spacecraft to the surface. They failed to fire and Philae is not firmly secure, ESA says.

"So maybe we didn't land once -- we landed twice," he told a news conference.

Nov 12 13:37

PENALTY FOR UNINSURED NOT SIGNING UP FOR OBAMACARE TO MORE THAN TRIPLE

Americans will see their bank accounts shrink if they don’t sign up for Obamacare in its second enrollment season. Uninsured Americans who decide not to enroll will face a penalty of $325 per person, more than tripling the $95 penalty those who did not enroll had to pay the first time around.

Nov 12 13:36

POLL: Monsanto Third Most Hated Company in the World

Our decision was met with massive support, even amid the still growing climate of understanding when it came to what Monsanto and mega biotech at large were truly doing to the food supply. In 2014, however, the global resistance is making even greater strides.

Nov 12 13:09

White House Fail: Obamacare in a ‘Death Spiral’

It’s been riddled with problems from the beginning. It was sold to the people as ‘Universal Healthcare’, only it’s not even close. Obamacare may end up being D.O.A after all...

Nov 12 12:00

After a decade, Philae hits its mark -- and we all gain

This is where the future of civilization lies, in these joint explorations pressing the edges of our communal ignorance to see what we can learn together.

Nov 12 11:51

Rosetta team fears Philae space probe might not be anchored to comet

"It's moving a little bit....we're considering whether we need to retry shooting the anchors."

Nov 12 11:44

ESA: 'We Are On The Comet' But Something's Wrong

The surface of the comet appears to be soft, which is possibly why Philae has not been able to secure itself. But at least some of the screws on the lander have managed to attach Philae to the soft surface somewhat.

Nov 12 10:47

Is the WHO Using Vaccines to Secretly Sterilize Women All Over the Globe?

There have always been anecdotal stories of women all over the globe being unable to have children after receiving UN vaccines. But now we have scientific proof. Lab tests that were recently conducted found an antigen that causes miscarriages in the vaccines that were being given to girls and women in Kenya. A story that was posted on Life Site News about this caused shockwaves all over the Internet. The following is an excerpt from that report…

Kenya’s Catholic bishops are charging two United Nations organizations with sterilizing millions of girls and women under cover of an anti-tetanus inoculation program sponsored by the Kenyan government.

Nov 12 10:45

Obamacare Designed as a Scam

A willfully designed scam. A rationing scheme boon to predatory providers.

Enriching insurers, drug companies and large hospital chains. At the expense of universal affordable coverage.

Market-based for maximum profits. Letting providers escalate prices. Regulatory light. Loopholes let profiteers game the system.

Benefitting at the expense of ripped-off consumers. Leaving millions uninsured. Most others way underinsured.

A healthcare disaster. Unaffordable for most people. Providing inadequate protection.

Forcing millions to pay 40% or more out-of-pocket. For co-pays and deductibles. On top of costly premiums. Rising annually.

Double the cost of other developed countries. During protracted Main Street Depression conditions.

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And those are the GOOD points! :)

Nov 12 10:40

SUPER-JAMMY Philae comet probe landed WITHOUT HARPOONS

The operations director reckons that Philae managed to get within a hundred metres of the centre of landing site Agilkia, based on the fact that the lander touched down so close to the middle of its landing window.

Ferri said that data last night showed Rosetta was in an “almost perfect” position and the picture from the OSIRIS camera instrument on the space satellite after Philae detached for its landing attempt also showed the probot in the right place.

Along with the lander hitting its timing so well today, the three facts add up to the likelihood that it managed a very good landing indeed, but the space agency won’t be able to confirm that until it gets further information from the lander.

Nov 12 10:27

A Bigger Threat to U.S. Health than Ebola

Despite all the panic, Americans don’t face any great risk from Ebola right now. But we do need to worry about a home-grown medical catastrophe of our own that we’re failing to address: the erosion of antibiotic effectiveness.

Doctors prescribe antibiotics to treat a broad array of infections that can otherwise prove fatal. While the drugs are being grossly overused, diminishing their power to heal, hospitals aren’t to blame — factory farms are.

Nov 12 10:21

Comet Landing A Success: European Craft Makes 'Fairly Gentle Touch Down'

After analyzing telemetry data from the Philae lander, ESA says it seems that the craft's harpoons didn't fire as first thought.

Adding that the lander is in "great shape," the agency says its engineers are looking into options for retrying the harpoon operation, which is meant to secure the craft to the comet's surface.

Nov 12 10:16

U.S., China Unveil Ambitious Climate Change Goals

The United States and China pledged Wednesday to take ambitious action to limit greenhouse gases, aiming to inject fresh momentum into the global fight against climate change ahead of high-stakes climate negotiations next year.

President Barack Obama announced that the U.S. would move much faster in cutting its levels of pollution. Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed to cap China's emissions in the future — a striking, unprecedented move by a nation that has been reluctant to box itself in on global warming.

"This is a major milestone in the U.S.-China relationship," Obama said, with Xi at his side. "It shows what's possible when we work together on an urgent global challenge."

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THIS is the only thing coming out of these negotiations, as unhinged as it is from actual climate science, because it was the only thing which be seen as an escape and "win" from the other pressing issues on which Obama had "no game" here.

The monetary shift to the Yuan is not going to stop; neither is the increased military spending by the Chinese government and its development of weapons which may at least rival, if nor surpass, those of the US military; nor is China's push to control the South China seas.

In other words, this loose agreement was the only thing that Obama could take away from this conference without looking like an abysmal failure.

Nov 12 09:52

#CometLanding: Rosetta Mission Success, Philae Lands On A Comet

Philae, the ESA's spacecraft has successfully landed on a comet.

The craft softly touched down on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko at 16:05 GMT after a ten-year journey that saw it, and the Rosetta spacecraft, travel over 6.4 billion kilometres.

A radio signal confirming the landing was received by scientists just after 4pm UK time, after taking almost 30 minutes to travel the 316 million miles distance to Earth.

However the landing was not perfect. ESA said that the anchor harpoons on the lander did not fire, and that it cannot confirm that the lander is stable, or that it would remain on the surface for very long.

Nov 12 09:47

4 Great Reasons To Filter Fluoride Out Of Your Drinking Water

by Arjun Walia

Fluoride has been added to drinking water supplies all over the world for decades, but that’s all changing as several countries and communities around the world have completely removed and banned the practice of water fluoridation...

Nov 12 09:40

University of Pennsylvania Deletes, Reinstates Obamacare Architect Video After Backlash

A video of Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber saying a “lack of transparency” was crucial in fooling ‘stupid Americans’ which caused controversy was subsequently deleted by the University of Pennsylvania only to be reinstated after a backlash.

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Nov 12 09:36

The BamboozleCare Rollout

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"Lying to the American people and treating them like are idiots is a GOOD thing!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Nov 12 09:08

Rosetta mission: Philae lander is on its way for comet touchdown

The Philae probe is closing in on a historic touchdown on a comet after snapping a farewell picture of the mother ship and a tweet reading: "Hey @ESA_Rosetta, did you get my first postcard?"

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Philae has sent the signal that it has reached the comet.

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Nov 12 08:58

Duma approves tougher GMO labeling rules

The Russian Lower House has passed the first reading of a bill that introduces fines for businesses which sell products containing genetically modified organisms (GMO) without warning customers on the packaging.

The bill was passed in the first reading on Wednesday and contains a set of amendments to the Administrative Code introducing responsibility for lack of proper labeling on alimentary products containing genetically modified material or made with the use of genetically modified organisms.

Nov 12 08:50

Ebola: Disease boom-bust cycle on Mainstreet

Fears over Ebola have seen around 18-thousand nurses go on a 2-day strike in the American city of Oakland. They're concerned about, what they claim, are low standards in s Oakland and the care of those who might be infected. Terrifying as the virus is, the hype over Ebola was almost inescapable just weeks ago, but the press coverage now seems very different.

Nov 12 08:22

PANDEMIC NEWS ORDERED SHUT DOWN BY FEDS AS NYC EBOLA WATCH LIST EXPLODES TO 357 PEOPLE

"At the urging of the Obama Administration, the Associated Press and other news outlets have agreed not to report on suspected cases of Ebola in the United States until a positive viral RNA test is completed," writes the Gateway Pundit.

Apparently, all the negative Ebola news was causing potential voters to lose faith in government... and hence lose faith in the governing democrats as well.

So Fox News, CNN and all the other mainstream media outlets simply decided to stop reporting on Ebola news. "This story is officially over," said Sean Hannity of Fox News in applauding the work of the Fox Ebola Team.

Meanwhile, Ebola news has all but disappeared across the entire national media even as the pandemic is exploding at a 900% increased rate of infection in Sierra Leone.

"...the sudden departure of Ebola stories from the state-corporate media doesn’t pass the smell test" reports Downtrend.com.

Nov 12 07:37

Rosetta mission: Philae lander is on its way for comet touchdown

Mission controllers now face the long wait for Philae to reach the surface. The comet is so far away that a confirmation signal relayed from Rosetta, which remains in orbit around the comet, will take nearly half an hour to reach Earth.

Scientists should have word around 11 a.m. ET.

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About an hour and a half from the time of this posting.

Nov 12 06:57

The Latest Russian Fighter Jet Blows America's Away

With more than 600 Flankers (Sukhoi-27s and its later iterations such as the Su-30, Su-34 and Su-35 Super Flanker) flying with air forces around the world, the fate of the fifth generation F-35 seems decidedly uncertain. Aerospace experts across the world are veering around to the view that America’s most expensive fighter development program (pegged at $1.5 trillion) will be a sitting duck for the flankers.

“It’s a turkey,” declares aerospace engineer Pierre Sprey in an interview to Dutch television. Few people are as qualified to speak about fighter aircraft as Sprey. He is the co-designer of the F-16 Falcon jet and the A-10 Warthog tank buster, two of the most successful aircraft in the US Air Force (USAF).

Nov 12 05:43

Second Video Emerges of Obamacare Architect Calling Americans “Stupid”

Despite telling MSNBC that his comments were “off the cuff,” a second video has emerged of Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber saying the law was passed because Americans were “too stupid” to understand it.

Nov 12 03:27

The coming climate onslaught : Obama readies sweeping list of executive actions on ‘global warming’

The Obama administration is set to roll out a series of climate and pollution measures that rivals any president’s environmental actions of the past quarter-century — a reality check for Republicans who think last week’s election gave them a mandate to end what they call the White House’s “War on Coal.”

Nov 11 19:42

Rumsfeld & Monsanto Team Up to Bring You Neuro-Toxic Aspartame & Splenda

Waking Times

As we get closer to the holidays, many people look for ways to cut back on sugar and other indulgences so that when the New Year rolls around, they won’t have to work so hard to lose those extra pounds. While it is a good idea to avoid sugar altogether, using the artificial sweeteners Splenda or Aspartame might be even worse. There are numerous reasons you should avoid the stuff in little yellow packages (or pink, or blue). Here is why.

Nov 11 17:22

NIST's WTC 7 Reports: Filled with Fantasy, Fiction, and Fraud: Why 2,300 Architects & Engineers Demand Independent Investigation

Ultimately, we are asked to accept on faith NIST's ever-changing, remarkable, and, frankly, suspect explanations for WTC 7's destruction.

Why "suspect"? Because NIST ignored the National Fire Protection Association protocol — specifically, the NFPA 921 Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations — and refused to perform a forensic investigation. As a consequence, NIST has no physical proof to back up its unusual explanation for WTC 7's destruction.

Even more concerning, NIST bases its finding on computer models whose input data it refuses to release to either the scientific community or the general public. Thus, it is impossible to independently verify NIST's work and its startling conclusion. AE911Truth contends that NIST's methodology is contrary to every tenet of legitimate scientific inquiry. In this article, we seek to show how the supporting "evidence" put forward by NIST in the 13 years since that fateful day has been consistently and deliberately misleading.

Nov 11 16:43

Lava flow from volcano incinerates home on Hawaii’s Big Island

A slow-moving lava flow from an erupting volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island incinerated a house on Monday, marking the first home devoured by a stream of molten rock that has crept toward the village of Pahoa for weeks, civil defense officials said.

Nov 11 16:31

Toxic vaccine Adjuvants: The Top 10

Toxic vaccine adjuvants are not emphasized enough in the debate over the safety of vaccines. The medical establishment, which has essentially been wed to Big Pharma ever since its inception by the Rockefellers,

Nov 11 16:00

End of Organic? Report Says GMO Crop Contamination Cannot Be Stopped

With each passing year, an increasing number of states are attempting to adopt GMO labeling laws amid the federal government’s resistance to allow you to know what’s in your food. With each victory, or even loss, we get stronger — and closer to making GMO labeling a reality. The sad reality, however, is that many experts say GMO labeling will not suffice in the overall fight against biotech due to the fact that GMO crops can easily contaminate nearby farms.

Nov 11 15:12

Texas Regulator Says She Won't Honor Town's Fracking Ban

A Texas regulator declared last week she will not honor a fracking ban passed in the midterm elections by the town of Denton, in the north of the state.

Nov 11 13:54

European Parliament Strengthens Countries’ Rights to Say No to GMO

The European Parliament’s environment committee today voted on a proposal for a new scheme for the authorisation of genetically-modified organisms in the EU. The vote by MEPs strengthens the grounds on which member states or regions could opt-out from GMO authorisations under the proposed new system...

Nov 11 13:11

Would You Accept a 2-Sixpack Possession Limit For Alcohol?

Eric Blair
Activist Post

Marijuana legalization activists used to be viewed as rebels. Now, because of its apparently inevitable legalization, the topic is sort of boring. And that's mostly a good thing, but some people who support legalization seem to be missing the point.

Since the comparison "safer than alcohol" convinced many of you fence-sitters to support cannabis legalization, I ask you: would you support limits on how much alcohol a person could possess?...

Nov 11 12:10

FDA Tests less than 1% of Food Products for Pesticide Residue

Consumers count on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to keep food safe, but the agency tests very little of the produce sold in the United States for pesticides and some of its methods were deemed incomplete, according to a recent report.

Nov 11 11:53

Contaminating the Nation’s Food: GM Food on the Shelves of UK supermarkets

From the US to India, the GMO biotech industry appears to have a ‘contaminate first then push for regulatory authorisation later’ policy. The contamination of our food seems to be a deliberate strategy of the industry.

In the UK, there is a multi-pronged approach to try to get GM food onto the nation’s plates. The majority of the British public who express a view on GM food do not want it [2]. However, we are experiencing a consistent drive to distort the debate over the GM issue, hijack institutions, co-opt so-called ‘public servants’ and pass off vest commercial interests as the ‘public good’.

Nov 11 11:04

$25 Million GMO and Pesticide Safety Study Launched in London

The $25 million ‘Factor GMO’ study will investigate the health effects of a genetically modified (GMO) crop that has been in our food and animal feed supplies for many years. It will answer the question: Is this GMO food and associated pesticide (Glyphosate / Roundup) safe for human health?

Farmers, retailers, governments, scientists and consumers have been involved in a heated international debate since GM foods were introduced in 1994. However, there has never been a scientific study that is comprehensive enough to give them a clear answer regarding the safety for human health of any one GM food – until now.

Nov 11 11:01

What Are They Thinking?

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Given the exploding scandal of sterilization chemicals hidden in tetanus vaccines in Kenya I decided this was worth a repost. This method of concealing covert sterilization inside a tetanus shot has been done before by the United States Government, and was one of the crimes that led Gerald Ford to rescind NSS 200 as official US policy. That WHO has been caught committing the same crime again suggests that covert depopulation of resource rich regions of the planet is once again official US policy, which begs the question of whether the Ebola outbreak in Africa was not an accident by the laboratory in Kenema, but a deliberate act of genocide.

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Nov 11 08:47

Will There Be an Ebola Outbreak in America?

The video above features Barbara Loe-Fisher, co-founder and president of the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), a non-profit charity dedicated to preventing vaccine injuries and deaths through public education and defending the legal right for everyone to make vaccine choices.

In her video, Barbara discusses how "a localized Ebola outbreak has been turned into a global public health emergency," and why there's reason to suspect that American and international authorities did not actually want Ebola to be confined to a few African nations.

US public health officials now warn that Ebola—a highly contagious and deadly hemorrhagic fever-type disease—might become as widespread as HIV/AIDS

Nov 11 08:44

ObamaCare Architect Admits "Lack Of Transparency" Is Huge Advantage Against "Stupidity Of The American Voter"

An architect of the federal healthcare law said last year that a “lack of transparency” and the “stupidity of the American voter” helped Congress approve ObamaCare.

He suggested that many lawmakers and voters didn’t know what was in the law or how its financing worked, and that this helped it win approval.

“Lack of transparency is a huge political advantage,” Gruber said. “And basically, call it the stupidity of the American voter or whatever, but basically that was really, really critical for the thing to pass.”

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Enrollment fall far short of predictions, in part because the healthcare.gov website was a technical disaster, health care costs have gone up, as have the premiums AND deductibles on the approved insurance policies. Contrary to the claim that the ACA would lower health insurance costs, more Americans than ever before cannot afford health insurance and now have the IRS fining them for not being able to afford health insurance.

And he thinks we're stupid?

Nov 11 08:19

'60 Minutes' reporter Lara Logan under Ebola quarantine

Lara Logan of CBS News is being quarantined in a South Africa hotel for three weeks as a precaution after visiting an American-run hospital treating Ebola patients in Liberia for a "60 Minutes" report that aired Sunday.

CBS said Monday that Logan's 21-day self-quarantine will end this Friday. Neither Logan nor the four other CBS employees in South Africa have shown any sign that they are infected with the virus.

Nov 11 08:19

The World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF Tetanus Vaccination Campaign is a “Well-Coordinated Forceful Population Control Mass Sterilization Exercise”

“Let me authoritatively clarify the concerns raised by the Catholic Bishops on the just concluded tetanus vaccination by sharing extracts from the official position of the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association as below; feel free to share the article:

Tetanus is an incurable disease that infects the body through broken skin or wounds. The umbilical cord stamp of newborn babies is a possible entry point and makes them especially susceptible. It is best prevented through immunization with the tetanus toxoid (TT) vaccine.

Nov 11 07:55

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria found in hospitals likely came from industrial livestock farms

(NaturalNews) Many people would like to think of a hospital as a safe refuge, a place that will monitor and, hopefully, help restore health. However, according to a new study conducted by UK researchers at the University of Edinburgh, the very place designed to improve ailments may be a hot spot for a particular strain of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) that could further jeopardize already-compromised systems, including those of newborn babies.

Nov 11 07:27

Roundup herbicide damages sperm cells, affects reproductive system

Men exposed to even trace amounts of the Monsanto herbicide Roundup are at a serious risk of sperm damage and reproductive problems, according to a new study. Professor Gilles-Eric Seralini and his colleagues from the University of Caen in France found that short-term exposure to Roundup at levels frequently found in water after agricultural sprayings causes long-term fertility issues, including damage to hormonal systems.

Nov 11 07:24

Obamacare may not have enough enrollees to stay solvent

The administration on Monday said fewer than 10 million Americans will enroll in Obamacare’s health exchanges this go-around, well short of the 13 million target congressional scorekeepers deemed critical to its economics, suggesting another rocky rollout in the law’s second year of full operation.

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Nov 11 07:24

Depopulation vaccine in Kenya and beyond

Jon Rappoport
Activist Post

You have to understand that every promoted so-called “pandemic” is an extended sales pitch for vaccines.

And not just a vaccine against the “killer germ” of the moment. We’re talking about a psyop to condition the population to vaccines in general...

Nov 10 20:43

DARPA develops self-teaching drones

DARPA has developed a chip that mimics the functions of the human brain, allowing a small drone to learn as it flies. In a test flight, the drone used an array of sensors to gather information on its surroundings, and reprogram itself on the go.

Nov 10 19:21

Rap Sheets, Watchlists and Spy Networks Now Available With Single Click

The breakthrough in inter-connectivity is expected to close information gaps that, among other things, have contributed to the rise in homegrown terrorism and school shootings.

Nov 10 19:01

Fukushima radiation identified off northern California

Low-level radiation from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear accident has been detected in multiple samples of ocean water off the Pacific Coast of the U.S. and Canada, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is reporting.

Nov 10 18:34

One in 7 women risk dying in childbirth in Ebola-hit countries

The rate of women dying in childbirth in West African countries hit by the Ebola epidemic is soaring, with as many as one in seven at risk of death as fear of contact with bodily fluids prevents people helping them, aid charities warned on Tuesday.

Nov 10 18:27

Fracking firms should be allowed to cause bigger earth tremors, academics claim

Fracking firms must be allowed to cause far more significant earth tremors if the Government wants the shale gas industry to succeed, leading academics have warned.

Nov 10 16:48

Obamacrash : Officials work on health site contingency plans as enrollment nears

In just a few weeks, millions of people will be heading to the federal site HealthCare.gov to shop for medical insurance when a new open-enrollment period begins. -- Behind the scenes, however, federal health officials and government contractors are scrambling, according to confidential documents and federal and outside experts familiar with this work. They have been making contingency plans in case the information technology or other aspects prove less sturdy than the administration predicts. And some preparations are coming down to the wire.

Nov 10 16:39

Report finds cancer deaths have doubled in Argentina's GMO growing regions

A new report by the Ministry of Health in Cordoba, Argentina, has documented a disturbing trend for those who live in areas where pesticide-intensive GM crops are grown -- specifically, a dramatic spike in cancer deaths.

The report covered five years of collected data. The average cancer deaths in the province is 158 per 100,000 individuals. And yet, four of the "Pampa Gringa" districts have much higher death rates -- between 216 and 230. "Pampa Gringa" is considered the premier agricultural region of the Cordoba province.

The Report on Cancer in Cordoba 2004-2009 is the official investigation which links the use of pesticides -- especially glyphosate -- to the staggering increase in cancer deaths.

Nov 10 15:56

Man embeds computer chips in hands to store Bitcoin

A Dutch entrepreneur has had two wireless computer chips implanted under the skin in his hands to allow him to store digital currencies like Bitcoin inside his body.

Nov 10 14:32

Obama Administration Dramatically Scales Back Expectations for Second Year Obamacare Enrollment

The Obama administration now says it expects the second year of Obamacare to see dramatically fewer enrollments than originally projected, and that hitting its long-term enrollment goals will likely take years longer than initially believed.

Nov 10 13:30

Study Says Home Cooking Equals Better Health

Those of us who are proponents of whole foods and scratch cooking have known it all along, but a study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine confirms it. Time spent in the kitchen equals a better diet.

1319 participants in the Seattle Obesity Study answered questions about the amount of time they spend preparing food for their families each day, including prepping, cooking, and cleaning up.

16% spent less than an hour a day
43% spent between 1-2 hours per day
41% spent more than 2 hours per day

Nov 10 12:47

Colloidal Silver Working Against Ebola in West Africa!

According to news reports coming out of Sierra Leone, West Africa, there's been a very surprising turn of events in regards to the Ebola crisis.

Apparently, at least several shipments of nanosilver – colloidal silver composed of very small particles of silver suspended in water – appear to have made it into West African countries where Ebola was raging.

And in spite of opposition to the use of colloidal silver by medical bureaucrats in the World Health Organization (WHO), the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the silver actually appears to working against the virus!

Not only that, but Sierra Leone's Minister of Presidential and Public Affairs – a trained chemist named Alpha Kanu – has announced that 10 ppm nanosilver has now been proclaimed to be an official approved Ebola treatment in that nation.

Nov 10 11:20

Vaccines cause cancer, autism and other deadly diseases — Be wary of an Ebola vaccine

“?Vaccines have to be considered the bargain basement technology for the 20th Century.”? — Dr Maurice Hilleman, Leading Vaccine Developer

Nov 10 11:20

Prostate cancer could be 'switched off' with injection

Prostate cancer could be ‘switched off’ after scientists discovered a way to prevent deadly tumours from spreading.

Bristol and Nottingham universities found that a single molecule plays a crucial role in the forming of new blood vessels.

Tumours need a constant supply of nutrient enriched blood to survive and grow. So stopping the production of blood vessels prevents cancer cells from multiplying and spreading.

Nov 10 11:16

Solar cheaper in India than imported Australian coal

The results of India’s latest solar auction are in, and it is bad news for developers of Australian coal projects – solar PV is cheaper for Indian users than the electricity price needed to pay for imports of coal from Australia.

Nov 10 10:30

Breaking: Obamacare architect admits Obama lied about his signature law

According to the nonprofit American Committment, Gruber reportedly made his videotaped comments at a special event on the MIT campus and conceded that it was necessary to avoid transparency to pass Obama's healthcare grab. Dr, Gruber even admitted to lying in order to help the Obama White House and the Democrats in both houses of the U.S. Congress in order to get the support of a number of groups and individuals.

Nov 10 09:56

Maui v. Monsanto: Hawaii County Voters Defy Agriculture Giant's Spending to OK Landmark Ban on GMO Crops

Ballot initiatives to require labeling of foods with genetically modified ingredients, or GMOs, failed to pass Tuesday in Colorado and Oregon, after agribusiness giants Monsanto, PepsiCo and Kraft spent millions to help defeat the measures. But in a victory for food safety advocates, Hawaii’s Maui County passed one of the strongest anti-GMO measures ever, despite the opposition outspending supporters by a ratio of 87 to 1.

Nov 10 09:30

Doctor with 'some risk' of Ebola being monitored in Charlotte

Mecklenburg County health officials said a doctor with SIM is be monitoring in Charlotte for 'possible risk' of Ebola.

Officials identified the Ebola victim as, Dr. John Frankhauser, he works for SIM. Frankhauser is under surveillance but has shown no symptoms of Ebola, according to health officials.

Frankhauser living in RV at SIM while under quarantine, there is three-feet separation from relatives as precaution, officials said. Frankhauser treated a patient who later develop Ebola.

Officials have placed Frankhauser under a 21-day qquarantine and is being monitored by several medial personal.

Nov 10 09:30

Liberia village becomes a new Ebola epicenter

A schoolteacher brought his sick daughter from Liberia's capital to this small town of 300 people. Soon he was dead along with his entire family, and they are now buried in the forest nearby along with an increasing number of residents.

The community of Jene-Wonde in Grand Cape Mount County near the border with Sierra Leone has become a new epicenter for the deadly Ebola outbreak in Liberia, which is also hitting Sierra Leone and Guinea.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So much for "no new cases."

Nov 10 09:06

Vaccines Cause Cancer, Autism & Other Deadly Diseases

The US healthcare industry is run by a Medical Cartel encompassing Federal regulators and giant Pharmaceutical companies posting sales in excess of half a trillion dollars. Vaccines comprise a major portion of this cash flow as does Cancer Therapy. Both are vital to the gross profitability and expansion of the Cartel regardless of how many people are actually cured.

Nov 10 09:05

Virus that 'makes humans more stupid' discovered

A virus that infects human brains and makes us more stupid has been discovered, according to scientists in the US.

The algae virus, never before observed in healthy people, was found to affect cognitive functions including visual processing and spatial awareness.

Scientists at Johns Hopkins Medical School and the University of Nebraska stumbled upon the discovery when they were undertaking an unrelated study into throat microbes.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This MUST have been first contracted in DC; that explains much about American foreign and domestic policies!!!

Nov 10 08:44

Breaking: Report finds cancer deaths have doubled in Argentina's GMO growing regions

NaturalNews) A new report by the Ministry of Health in Cordoba, Argentina, has documented a disturbing trend for those who live in areas where pesticide-intensive GM crops are grown -- specifically, a dramatic spike in cancer deaths.

The report covered five years of collected data. The average cancer deaths in the province is 158 per 100,000 individuals. And yet, four of the "Pampa Gringa" districts have much higher death rates -- between 216 and 230. "Pampa Gringa" is considered the premier agricultural region of the Cordoba province.

Nov 10 08:26

Vaccines spiked with sterilization chemical - Health Ranger Report

Nov 10 08:24

37 Million Bees Found Dead in Canada After Large GMO Crop Planting

The makers of neonicotinoids, the bee-killing insecticide that was banned all over Europe, won’t be able to refute this latest phenomenon. Millions of bees were found dead after GMO corn was planted in Ontario, Canada. This isn’t new news, but it should be known news.

The keeper of these bees, Dave Schuit, who produces honey, reported that he lost over 600 hives – around 37 million bees.

“Once the corn started to get planted our bees died by the millions,” Schuit said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Some years back there was an article in the journal Nature that demonstrated GMO pollen was harmful to benign insect species. The article focused primarily on the effects of GMO pollen on the monarch butterfly, which alongside the bee, does pollination on plants. The article showed conclusively that the GMO pollen was harmful to the insects, but as Colony Collapse Disorder became news, we were fed a steady stream of propaganda to point the finger of blame at cell phone towers, mites, fungi, and insecticides.

It may well be that killing of nature's pollinators is part of the GMO business plan, as farmers who can no longer grow natural and organic crops will be forces to buy the pre-pollinated seeds from the GMO tech companies. This means that when the economy collapses and those tech companies go out of business, the global famine that will follow will be much worse since the natural food crops have been decimated in the name of corporate greed.

Nov 09 22:52

This drug has sickened thousands of animals – will it be at your holiday feast?

I have been to countless holiday meals when I had no control over the ingredients

Nov 09 22:08

Japan completes $40M pledge to West-African counties for Ebola aid

During a meeting Friday, the United Nations expressed their “sincere thanks” to the Government of Japan for their allocation of funds,

Nov 09 21:51

Flying drones near stadiums could end in jail time

Operators who fly drones or model planes near or over large sports stadiums and auto racetracks are breaking the law and can be fined and

Nov 09 21:46

Tetanus vaccines found spiked with sterilization chemical to carry out race-based genocide against Africans

Tetanus vaccines given to millions of young women in Kenya have been confirmed by laboratories to contain a sterilization chemical that causes miscarriages, reports the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association, a pro-vaccine organization.

Nov 09 19:21

The 44 Healthiest Companies to Work For in America

Considering work is the second most common source of stress (after money), and that 42 percent of respondents in one survey reported a stressful work environment as the reason they jumped ship, it’s about time more offices promoted a healthy lifestyle, no? And we're not just talking about standard health benefits or a bowl of mealy apples in the conference room.

Nov 09 18:26

Study: China’s reliance on coal costs over 600,000 lives in 1 year

Coal has proved to be a boon for humans: to this day, it is still used to produce an enormous quantity of energy across the world, which can be used to power anything, from a light bulb to a hospital. Unfortunately, exploiting its potential also kills people, as a recent study by Tsinghua University and the Ministry of Environmental Protection shows.

Nov 09 10:39

1inShare3commentsListenPrintStudy finds high-fat diet may ward off aging in body and brain

A study out of Denmark seems to have found something good can come out of a high-fat diet. The study was conducted while looking at the effects of a high-fat diet on Cockayne syndrome, a premature aging disease.

The hope is such a diet can not only help children with Cockayne syndrome, who more often die of old age related symptoms somewhere between 10 and 12, but also help others. That is what the study found could happen.
“Our study suggests that a high-fat diet can postpone aging processes," lead author of the study, Professor Vilhelm Bohr of the Center for Healthy Aging at the Univ. of Copenhagen, said in a press release. "A diet high in fat also seems to postpone the aging of the brain. The findings therefore potentially imply that patients with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease in the long term may benefit from the new knowledge."

High-fat diet: aging slowed down

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When it comes to health, knowledge is power.

I had grandparents who had longevity, but with poor health. Today, it is definitely within almost all of our grasp to have longevity with better health.

Nov 09 07:58

Stryker to pay more than $1B for recalled hip devices

Kalamazoo-based Stryker Corp. agreed to pay more than $1 billion to resolve lawsuits over thousands of hip implants recalled in 2012 after patients complained of pain, swelling and metal debris from the devices.

Stryker will pay a base amount of $300,000 per case to patients who had the devices surgically removed, Kim Catullo, one of the company's lawyers, told a New Jersey judge. The device maker faces more than 4,000 suits consolidated in New Jersey state court and federal court in Minnesota.

Nov 09 07:27

GMO Food: Battles Lost, War Won, Consciousness Changed

by Jefferey Jaxen

In the age of rapid marketing campaigns, viral slogans and mass multimedia, companies have reinvented and deepened their consumer reach. Indeed, companies are now able to tout their products and services to consumers in ways limited only by imagination. Even political candidates have jumped on the band wagon with brand Obama winning ‘Marketer of the year’ in 2008. Where is it all leading? Have we reached advertising burnout? Have our minds reached full saturation with ads, slogans and clever tag-lines?

So why are GMO manufacturers some of the first sectors in history that don’t market to the consumer?...

Nov 09 07:20

Ebola scare in the armed forces: Air force pilot back from Liberia with 'flu-like' symptoms is tested but cleared of having the deadly virus

A pilot who flew on a mission to West Africa and began experiencing ‘flu-like symptoms’ when he returned home was tested for Ebola but has been declared free of the deadly virus.

The pilot from the 437th Airlift Wing based in Charleston, South Carolina, flew to Liberia on a three-hour mission on October 23.

He began experiencing ‘flu-like symptoms' when he arrived back in the U.S but was considered low risk because he never left the plane.

Nov 09 01:48

Federal sites leaked the locations of people seeking AIDS services for years

Two federal government Web sites that help people find AIDS-related medical services have begun routinely encrypting user data after years in which they let sensitive information — including the real-world locations of site visitors – onto the Internet unprotected.

Nov 08 18:29

Doctor who gave man a fatal overdose sues his son for publicly calling him a 'killer and charlatan' wins and is free to practice medicine after paying fine

A man whose father was killed by a lethal overdose from a doctor said he feels "physically sick" at the idea of paying the physician's legal costs.
German locum Dr Daniel Ubani sued Rory Gray for calling him "an animal" during a confrontation in 2010.

Nov 08 14:56

Arctic Blast via Polar Vortex to Chill 42 US States

As the polar vortex gets displaced to the south, the door will open for arctic air to plunge over the most of the United States as the new week progresses.

Nov 08 10:46

Watch out: genetically engineered Ebola vaccine

Jon Rappoport
Activist Post

The first thing you need to know is: pharmaceutical companies would develop and sell a vaccine to combat flying turtles if they could make money from it.

And shockingly, that point is relevant to the Ebola vaccine, because as yet I have seen no evidence that Ebola virus has ever been properly identified in any human being.

Therefore, there is no evidence anyone needs protection from the virus...

Nov 08 10:42

'Ebola is man-made', and other crazy conspiracy theories

Is Obama behind the Ebola outbreak? Are planes poisoning us? Is Lady Gaga part of an evil Illuminati plot? The five conspiracy theories you won't believe people believe

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is a classic "poison the well" propaganda piece in which they take the one theory for which there is evidence; a botch-up of human trials for a vaccine against a weaponized Ebola, and blend it in with all sorts of unrelated nonsense to try to discredit it. But let us look at the facts.

The story that is emerging regarding the current Ebola outbreak involves a US bioweapons research laboratory located in a hospital at Kenema, Sierra Leone.

This facility was staffed by biological warfare researchers from Tulane University and the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID). Biological warfare research that is illegal to conduct in the United States is carried out in remote locations in Africa.

In 2010, the Obama Administration directed the National Institutes of Health to give offensive biological weapons research high priority.Multiple sources report that some of this research involved weaponization of Ebola. Professor Francis Boyle, a biological weapons expert, reports that the NIH was experimenting with a hybrid of Ebola and the common cold, to make it more contagious.


Obviously, if one is creating a highly contagious BSL 4 hot agent, one must also have a vaccine to protect ones own people, and it appears that this was the research being done at Kenema. In January of 2014, The lab at Kenema received $140 million from the US Defense Department and Tekmira pharmaceuticals to test an experimental Ebola vaccine on humans. Most viral vaccines involve the actual virus which has been attenuated or otherwise inactivated so that it triggers the creation of antibodies, but without producing symptoms of the illness. The attenuated virus must be kept as close to the real virus as possible for maximum antibody production. But even CDC acknowledges that attenuated virus in vaccines can spontaneously revert to full potency inside the body. This appears to be what happened with the recent measles and mumps epidemics in the US, where 90% of the patients had been administered the vaccines for those illnesses. And this may be what happened at Kenema during the human trials for the Ebola vaccine, as the African Ebola outbreak centers on Kenema, Sierra Leone. Certainly the government of Sierra Leone views the biological warfare laboratory as ground zero in the outbreak and has closed the research facility (but reopened the hospital portion in October 2014).

Nov 08 10:07

Virgin Galactic crash: worried passengers ask for refunds

Virgin Galactic customers have started to ask for refunds over safety fears following the crash which killed a co-pilot during testing, it has emerged.

It is the first time that any of the 800 space tourists have pulled out, despite 10 years of delays.

Nov 08 10:04

U.S.D.A. Approves Modified Potato. Next Up: French Fry Fans.

A potato genetically engineered to reduce the amounts of a potentially harmful ingredient in French fries and potato chips has been approved for commercial planting, the Department of Agriculture announced on Friday.

The potato’s DNA has been altered so that less of a chemical called acrylamide, which is suspected of causing cancer in people, is produced when the potato is fried.

Nov 08 10:02

FLASHBACK 2001 - GM corn set to stop man spreading his seed

Scientists have created the ultimate GM crop: contraceptive corn. Waiving fields of maize may one day save the world from overpopulation.

The pregnancy prevention plants are the handiwork of the San Diego biotechnology company Epicyte, where researchers have discovered a rare class of human antibodies that attack sperm.

By isolating the genes that regulate the manufacture of these antibodies, and by putting them in corn plants, the company has created tiny horticultural factories that make contraceptives.

'We have a hothouse filled with corn plants that make anti-sperm antibodies,' said Epicyte president Mitch Hein.

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Nov 08 10:01

Vaccine Conspiracy or Racist Population Control Campaign: The Kenyan Tetanus Shot

Celeste McGovern
Activist Post

Government funded tetanus vaccines, Keynan Catholic Bishops and miscarriages. How are these things connected to one another?

When Catholic bishops in Kenya issued a press release last month questioning their government's internationally-funded tetanus vaccine campaign directed at women and girls and warned that it might be laced with an experimental contraceptive that makes them miscarry their babies, it was barely mentioned by the mainstream media outside of Kenya. The BBC carried a brief story that dismissed the allegations as "unfounded" and suggested that even raising such questions was dangerous as it could frighten people from a "safe and certified" lifesaving vaccine...

Nov 08 09:30

Starbucks joins Monsanto and others to sue Vermont to block GMO labelling law

Starbucks doesn't think you have the right to know what's in your coffee. So it's teamed up with Monsanto to sue the small U.S. state of Vermont to stop you from finding out.

Hiding behind the shadowy "Grocery Manufacturers Association", Starbucks is supporting a lawsuit that's aiming to block a landmark law that requires genetically-modified ingredients be labeled. Amazingly, it claims that the law is an assault on corporations' right to free speech. Even a local Vermont company, Green Mountain Coffee, has joined in.

Nov 08 05:16

Languid Lava Flow Threatens to Slice Town in Half

Pele, the Hawaiian volcano goddess, moves gradually and persistently as she deposits lava across the Big Island of Hawaii. People in the small town lying in its path say the lava will reshape the community yard by yard as it slides toward the ocean.

Nov 08 03:42

How the Health Insurance Industry Defeated California’s Prop 45

The power of propaganda fueled by corporate cash triumphed over common sense once again in a California ballot measure on Tuesday. Two years after voters narrowly rejected a GMO labeling measure following a late-game, $46 million corporate advertising blitz led by Monsanto, the health insurance industry spent an estimated $57 million to successfully swamp Proposition 45, that would have given the elected state insurance commissioner the power to veto (some) excessive health insurance rate increases, a power that regulators exercise in 35 other states.

Nov 07 21:19

Newly discovered fossil could prove a problem for creationists

Researchers report that they've found the missing link between an ancient aquatic predator and its ancestors on land. Ichthyosaurs, the dolphin-like reptiles that lived in the sea during the time of the dinosaurs, evolved from terrestrial creatures that made their way back into the water over time.

But the fossil record for the lineage has been spotty, without a clear link between land-based reptiles and the aquatic ichthyosaurs scientists know came after. Now, researchers report in Nature that they've found that link — an amphibious ancestor of the swimming ichthyosaurs named Cartorhynchus lenticarpus.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Young earth creationism is essentially the position that all of modern science, 90% of living scientists and 98% of living biologists, all major university biology departments, every major science journal, the American Academy of Sciences, and every major science organization in the world, are all wrong regarding the origins and development of life ... but one particular tribe of uneducated, bronze aged, goat herders got it exactly right."
~ Chuck Easttom

Nov 07 16:23

If There Aren't Any Ebola Cases in the US, Why is the CDC Doing THIS?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) made an interesting announcement today via a press release:

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has ordered $2.7 million in personal protective equipment (PPE) to increase Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) supplies to assist U.S. hospitals caring for Ebola patients. Products are being configured into 50 kits that can be rapidly delivered to hospitals. Each kit can provide the PPE needed by clinical teams to manage the care of one Ebola patient for up to five days.

It sure sounds like the government is expecting Ebola to become a problem in the US, doesn't it? But there really haven't been any reports of suspected cases in the news lately. All has been quiet on the Ebola front, so to speak.

Maybe there won't be more cases of the deadly virus in the US.

Or, maybe something else is going on.

Nov 07 16:21

How Much Pesticide Residue on Your Produce? FDA Doesn't Know

The Food and Drug Administration is carrying out little testing for pesticide residues on fruit and vegetables, a new report by a federal watchdog reveals.

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) report (pdf) found that in 2012, the FDA tested less than one-tenth of 1 percent of imported shipments.

Nov 07 15:42

Storm Stronger Than Sandy Heads for Alaska

A powerful storm in the Bering Sea could bring hurricane-force winds and 40- to 50-foot waves into Alaska’s Aleutian Islands Friday into Saturday, and deep sea fishermen and remote towns are preparing. -- Although Western Alaska is no stranger to intense storms, meteorologists have warned that mariners shouldn’t take any chances, Alaska’s kucb.org reports.

Nov 07 13:30

‘A mass sterilization exercise’: Kenyan doctors find anti-fertility agent in UN tetanus vaccine

Kenya’s Catholic bishops are charging two United Nations organizations with sterilizing millions of girls and women under cover of an anti-tetanus inoculation program sponsored by the Kenyan government.

According to a statement released Tuesday by the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association, the organization has found an antigen that causes miscarriages in a vaccine being administered to 2.3 million girls and women by the World Health Organization and UNICEF. Priests throughout Kenya reportedly are advising their congregations to refuse the vaccine.

“We sent six samples from around Kenya to laboratories in South Africa. They tested positive for the HCG antigen,” Dr. Muhame Ngare of the Mercy Medical Centre in Nairobi told LifeSiteNews. “They were all laced with HCG.”

Nov 07 12:36

Report: Obama Administration Pressured News Outlets to Not Report Suspected Ebola Cases

At the urging of the Obama Administration, the Associated Press and other news outlets have agreed not to report on suspected cases of Ebola in the United States until a positive viral RNA test is completed.

The administration and liberal activists were upset with coverage in the run-up to the midterm elections.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Told ya!

Nov 07 11:34

Yellowstone Volcano: 98 earthquakes revealed in latest report by USGS

In the latest update of the Yellowstone volcano by the United States Geological Survey (USGS), October registered 98 total earthquakes in the Yellowstone National Park region. This seismic activity shows 21 more earthquakes than those reported in September.

Nov 07 10:45

Obama pushes new ‘global health security agenda’, requests $6.18B to fight Ebola overseas

As if our nation isn't already bankrupt enough, Obama is now requesting billions from congress to fight Ebola in Africa

Nov 07 10:38

U.S. government tried to cover up pandemic that killed 50 million

Have you noticed that, in the past few weeks, the mainstream media has stopped reporting on suspected cases of Ebola in the United States?

Nov 07 10:00

600+ American troops reportedly exposed to chemical weapons in Iraq

The Pentagon acknowledged that more than 600 American service members did alert military medical staff they had been exposed to chemical weapons while serving in Iraq.

Nov 07 09:40

Iowa quarantines traveler over possible Ebola exposure

Someone in Iowa has been ordered into quarantine because of possible exposure to the Ebola virus, but the person poses no risk to the public, state health officials said Thursday.

The unidentified person had "some risk of being exposed to Ebola," the Iowa Department of Public Health said in a news release.

Nov 07 09:08

West Virginia: Forcing Children to Become Autistic, by LAW

Jack Mullen
Activist Post

Dr. William Thompson, Senior Scientist with the Centers for Disease Control, publicly admitted in August 2014 that the CDC covered up data linking the MMR vaccine to Autism in 1998, since then nothing at all has been done; children are still lining up to play Russian Roulette with 'shots' of Autism.

New evidence presents even more convincing and damning revelations the CDC, FDA, NIH, Planned Parenthood and likely other United Nations cover operations are purposefully maiming and killing our children...

Nov 07 08:54

Ebola cases rise sharply in Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone is reporting an alarming increase in the number of new Ebola cases, with 435 confirmed in the past week.

About 24% of the Ebola cases in Sierra Leone have been reported in the past three weeks, although the outbreak began in March, according to the World Health Organization.

Those stark figures contrast with the hopeful news last week from Liberia, where the number of new cases has been falling. Officials at the WHO have said the drop in Liberia could be partly due to an increase in safe burials.

Ebola transmission in Guinea, where the outbreak started, "remains intense," according to the WHO.

Health officials from the WHO have cautioned, however, that the Ebola virus is unpredictable. Cases may appear to fall or level off only to come raging back a short time later.

Nov 07 07:48

Bill Gates comes under fire for criminally negligient vaccine experiments on poor Indian children

(NaturalNews) Billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates has been held up by many as a humanitarian extraordinaire, and his Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has spent hundreds of millions on philanthropic endeavors. But not all of what Gates has done or tried to do has been beneficial to Mankind. In fact, some of it has been extremely harmful.

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/047558_vaccine_experiments_Gates_Foundation...

Nov 07 07:35

Nonprofits Sue FDA Claiming Agency Hasn’t Proven Safety of Animal Growth Drug

A trio of food safety and environmental advocacy groups Thursday filed suit against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, saying the agency has not sufficiently proven that ractopamine, a drug fed to pigs, cattle and turkey, is safe for animals, humans who eat them, or the environment.

Ractopamine, a beta-agonist, increases the rate at which animals convert feed to muscle by mimicking the body’s stress hormones. It is typically fed to livestock in the weeks before slaughter to promote weight gain...

Nov 07 07:32

Astronomers capture incredible image of planets forming around baby star

Astronomers have captured what's believed to be the clearest ever image of a planetary system being born around a young star.

The astonishing snap was taken by the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in the high-altitude desert in Chile in September, reports Popular Mechanics.

The center of the picture shows the star HL Tau, which is about 450 light-years from Earth.

It is surrounded by concentric circles of dust and gas, which are separated by clearly defined gaps — suggesting that planets are already forming there.

Nov 07 07:22

VA surgeons risk danger by using unauthorized, potentially counterfeit medical supplies

Unauthorized and potentially counterfeit, dangerous surgical devices and medical supplies have flowed unchecked into the Department of Veterans Affairs supply chain and into VA operating rooms, according to internal agency correspondence from a major supplier who blamed new procurement rules.

The bogus supplies gained a foothold when the department started using reverse auctions to fulfill some contracts, according to both department officials and a 2012 memo from Johnson & Johnson, the world’s largest medical device business.

Nov 06 18:41

Wal-Mart cuts health benefits for 30,000 part-timers

Wal-Mart is eliminating health benefits for about 30,000 employees to control its rising health care costs.

Nov 06 15:44

Ebola scare on Canary Island nudist beach

Ebola scare on Canary Island nudist beach after migrants from Sierra Leone arrive on boat with fever and are taken away by dump truck in front of terrified tourists.

Nov 06 12:14

How Monsanto Keeps Halting GMO Labeling Despite Over 96% Approval

From the New York Times to Reuters and the Washington Post, all of the major publications agree: the general public is in full support of GMO labeling initiatives. Quite simply, they want to know what they’re giving to both themselves and their family. Time and time again, we see poll results demonstrating that more than 90% of the US population is in favor of GMO labeling. Yet time and time again, we see GMO labeling initiatives shot down across the country.

Nov 06 12:12

Your Daily Purchases: The Most Important GMO Vote

by Jefferey Jaxen

We have taken a short time out to play by their rules by voting for GMO labeling in Colorado and Oregon, now it is time to continue dismantling GMO from all angles...

Nov 06 12:09

Swarm of strange earthquakes in NW Nevada!

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The map says it is a wildlife refuge area!

Nov 06 12:04

357 people now being actively monitored for Ebola in NYC alone

AS WINTER HITS, CITY HOSPITALS MAY BECOME OVERWHELMED, AS EBOLA-LIKE SYMPTOMS ALSO MIMIC THOSE OF THE COMMON FLU AND OTHER ALIMENTS

Nov 06 11:56

Boehner vows House will repeal Obamacare

House Speaker John A. Boehner said President Obama will “poison” chances for cooperation with Congress if he moves unilaterally to claim powers to grant legal status to illegal immigrants.

“He’s going to burn himself if he continues to go down this path,” Mr. Boehner said.

Newly elected to his House seat and likely to be returned at speaker in the next Congress, Mr. Boehner said he would like to tackle immigration in Congress but wouldn’t commit to holding a vote, saying he wanted to talk with his fellow House Republicans first.

SEE ALSO: White House predicts GOP might ‘change their tune’ after landslide victory

He did, however, say the House will vote to repeal Obamacare and will also likely pass a bunch of bills to carve out some of the most contentious parts such as a tax on medical devices or the individual mandate.

“We need to put them on the president’s desk and let him choose,” the speaker said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Obama will veto. For the next two years he doesn't care what the public thinks about him.

Nov 06 10:59

Fungus: The Hidden Cause of Almost Every Major Disease?

Sounds like a big claim and a sweeping generalization, but when you take a closer look at it, you will be staggered to discover just how ubiquitous the humble fungus is, and how much ill-health it can cause.

Nov 06 10:43

Ebola cases rise sharply in Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone is reporting an alarming increase in the number of new Ebola cases, with 435 confirmed in the past week.

About 24% of the Ebola cases in Sierra Leone have been reported in the past three weeks, although the outbreak began in March, according to the World Health Organization.

Nov 06 09:48

THE FEAR FACTOR AND RACISM OF THE EBOLA VIRUS

Ebola, deadly as it is, becomes deadlier when viewed through the lens of racial warfare that these two opposing ideologies share. The implications were clearly demonstrated in Nzerekore, a small village in Guinea, when eight aid workers arrived to raise awareness about Ebola. The villagers, scared that the aid workers were bringing the disease, hacked them down with machetes. Their mutilated bodies were found in the latrine days later.

Nov 06 09:42

122 birds died after landing on 3 northern Alberta tailings ponds

The Alberta Energy Regulator says 122 waterfowl died on tailings ponds operated by Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., Syncrude and Suncor in the northern Alberta Oilsands.

CNRL has found 60 birds so far at the Horizon site. Syncrude had to euthanize 30 birds that landed on a pond at the Mildred Lake site.

The Alberta Energy Regulator has sent investigators to ensure wildlife deterrents were working properly at the time. The regulator believes weather may have been a factor in the birds' deaths.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Sure. The weather. Right. Sure.

Nov 06 08:24

The 44 Healthiest Companies to Work For in America

These 44 companies are redefining office culture and proving that working hard and finding balance aren’t mutually exclusive. From alternative health insurance, fully stocked kitchens, free mental health counseling, and domestic partner benefits to on-site fitness centers, unlimited vacation days, Ping-Pong tournaments, and regular happy hours, these workplaces are truly committed to helping their employees stay healthy and happy.

Nov 06 08:04

Study Says Natural Factors, Not Humans, Behind West Coast Warming

Oceanographers and atmospheric scientists are quick to say the warming waters are not linked to human-caused climate change, but also say what they've seen doesn't match other recognized patterns in ocean conditions.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Maybe.

Or maybe we have a classic case of specialists being so specialized they don't see what they need to see.

Here is where "interdisciplinary" science becomes valuable.

In the illustration shown in the above article, note that the pattern of heat appears near New Guinea in the area of the Marianas trench. I have indicated the point of origin on the below copy.



Now, I have mentioned many times before that nobody knows how many active volcanoes and thermal vents there are on the floor of the world's oceans, but we do know where many of them are, as is indicated on this map from the USGS.

From the section indicated in detail it is clear that there are a great many volcanoes in the exact same area where the plume of warm water is appearing, which suggests that these volcanoes, rather than human activity or unknown ocean flow patterns, is what is pouring heat into the Pacific!

Nov 06 07:54

Merde! Protesting French farmers dump tons of manure at govt buildings (VIDEO)

Dumping some 100 tons of manure and rotten vegetables in Chartres was part of a wave of protest by French farmers, who are angry with overregulation, sluggish economy and lack of protectionism.

France was gripped by a series of protests on Tuesday and Wednesday, with an estimated 36,000 people participating. The dumping of manure in front of a local administration building in Chartres in northern France was mirrored by similar action in the central city of Tours, western Nantes and Toulouse in the southwest.

Nov 06 07:20

How Election 2014 Showed That America's Ready to End the War on Drugs

When historians look back at the movement to end the war on drugs, they might very well point to the 2014 election as the moment when it all got real.

With marijuana legalization measures passing in Oregon, Alaska and Washington, D.C., and with groundbreaking criminal justice reforms passing in California and New Jersey, there's no longer any denying that drug policy reform is a mainstream -- and quite urgent -- political demand.

Nov 06 07:19

15 Calif. School Districts Begin Serving Locally Grown Foods to Students

Last week, 15 school districts across California began serving their students school lunches made from foods grown in California and prepared freshly just for them.

“We are going beyond the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act,” said Jennifer LeBarre, executive director of the Oakland Unified School District’s (OUSD) Nutrition Services. President Obama signed it into law by in 2010 and it was championed by his wife, Michelle Obama.

Nov 06 07:19

Media Agrees “Not to Report” on Suspected Ebola Cases in U.S.

An eyebrow-raising admission at the end of a Forbes article written by pharmacologist David Kroll reveals that the media has agreed not to report on suspected Ebola cases in the United States.

Nov 06 07:18

8 Signs That We Simply Don’t Need GMOs to Feed the World

Do we really need Monsanto’s GMOs to feed the world? Looking at the research and the studies, the answer is quite clear. Let’s take a look at the 8 proofs that we most certainly do not need GMOs to feed the world:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The push for GMOs is not about feeding the world but creating monopolistic control over world food production.

Nov 06 07:02

Texas energy group asks court to halt fracking ban

A North Texas city that sits atop a natural gas reserve is preparing for an extended court battle after voters made it the first in the state to ban further hydraulic fracturing — a fight that cities nationwide considering similar laws will likely be watching closely.

An industry group and the state's little-known but powerful General Land Office responded quickly to the measure Denton approved Tuesday night, seeking an injunction in District Court to stop it from being enforced.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Will of the people, MY ASS!!!!"

Nov 06 07:01

357 people now being monitored for Ebola in New York

The number of people who are being actively monitored for Ebola in New York has tripled to 357 people, none of whom has displayed any symptoms, city health officials announced Wednesday.

The vast majority of those being monitored arrived in New York in the last 21 days from West Africa, the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation said in a statement. Those under monitoring are being checked out of “an abundance of caution,” the statement said.

Nov 06 07:00

GMO Crops Are Destroying Farmland, And Monsanto Doesn’t Want You to Know

Known for creating or helping to create 13 highly carcinogenic and toxic products including saccharin, PCBs, Polystyrene, DDT, the atom bomb, nuclear weapons, dioxin, Agent Orange, Petroleum based fertilizers, Round Up, rGBH, aspartame, GMOs, and terminator seeds. Monsanto sues everyone to keep dealing their dirty products, but the most recent suit, involving Dustin Barca, a surfer-turned mixed martial arts fighter in Hawaii is of special note. He is taking it personally that Monsanto poisons him, and bringing activism to a new level. - See more at: http://naturalsociety.com/gmo-crops-destroying-farmland-monsanto/#stha...

Nov 06 06:40

Winter is coming: U.S. braces itself for Arctic blast with average temperatures to drop 20 degrees below normal

The U.S. is bracing itself for freezing temperatures and snow as a result of part of the polar vortex heading southwards - sending temperatures spiralling 10 to 20 degrees below normal.

The current mild weather is forecasted to end on Sunday, when a vast pocket of extremely cold air will hit the Central and Eastern States and keep them in its icy grip until Friday.

The polar vortex is a massive cyclone that circles the planet's geographical poles. The Northern Hemisphere vortex often contains two extremely cold low pressure centres, one near Baffin Island, Canada and the other over northeast Siberia in Russia.

Nov 06 04:45

How Monsanto Keeps Halting GMO Labeling Despite Over 96% Approval

From the New York Times to Reuters and the Washington Post, all of the major publications agree: the general public is in full support of GMO labeling initiatives. Quite simply, they want to know what they’re giving to both themselves and their family. Time and time again, we see poll results demonstrating that more than 90% of the US population is in favor of GMO labeling. Yet time and time again, we see GMO labeling initiatives shot down across the country.

Nov 05 23:21

Voters Ban Fracking In Texas, California, And Ohio

Waking Times

Yesterday’s elections sent several more climate deniers to a dirty energy money-rich Congress, where they’re already sharpening their knives and preparing to cut the centerpiece of President Obama’s climate agenda, theEPA‘s Clean Power Plan, to shreds.

Nov 05 19:25

Number of People Under “Active Monitoring” for Ebola in NYC Triples, City Officials Say

The number of people under “active monitoring” for Ebola symptoms has increased from 117 on Monday to 357 people Wednesday, health officials said.

Nov 05 18:48

More than 40% of China's arable land has degraded, making it difficult to feed the world's largest population

More than 40% of China's arable land is suffering from degradation, seriously reducing the country's capacity to produce food for the world's biggest population, Xinhua reported Tuesday.

Nov 05 18:47

Canadian hospital, sick of US test monopoly, sues to stop gene patents

Last year, the US Supreme Court finally banned patents on human genes after they were handed out by the US Patent and Trademark Office for decades.

Nov 05 17:38

Norovirus sickens 150 people at Boston elementary school

More than 60 students were absent from a South Boston elementary school on Wednesday as a highly contagious virus, believed to be norovirus, runs through the school. -- Approximately 140 students and 10 staff members have become sick with a virus believed to be norovirus over the past few days, said Boston public schools spokesman Lee McGuire. Sixty-one students missed school on Wednesday.

Nov 05 16:39

100% of Newly Elected GOP Senators Campaigned on Repealing Obamacare

Every new GOP senator who won in last night’s election campaigned on repealing Obamacare. -- Senators Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), David Perdue (R-Ga.), Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), James Lankford (R-Okla.), Steve Daines (R-Mont.), Mike Rounds (R-S.D.), Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.), and Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) all ran on a platform of repealing Obamacare

Nov 05 16:04

Researchers in France develop 15-minute Ebola test

A diagnosis for Ebola could be given in as little as 15 minutes as French researchers make headway with a new test for the virus. The technology, which works like a pregnancy test, involves placing a drop of blood or urine onto a strip and waiting for it to change colour. Doctors are hopeful that this test could streamline treatment, as current diagnoses can take up to 24 hours

Nov 05 15:52

Election Bang: Maui bans GMO crops

Jon Rappoport
Activist Post

Note: To those few of you who are spending big bucks to fund GMO-labeling ballot measures, I’m taking you to school in this article. Read the whole thing, especially the last part. If you want more lessons, get in touch.

Okay. Here we go.

They got into Monsanto’s face. They accused Monsanto/Dow of spreading poison.

They didn’t say, “You have a right to know what’s in your food and we’re all nice people, and reasonable people have a right to disagree.”

They hit it hard...

Nov 05 15:47

MN health officials monitoring 48 travelers as Ebola precaution

Minnesota health officials said Wednesday they are tracking 48 travelers from West Africa for signs of Ebola, a precautionary move taken as part of the state's new monitoring system.

Nov 05 15:44

China factory whirs overtime to make Ebola suits

Far from the Ebola hot zone, the sewing and gluing machines at a factory in China have been whirring more than usual to produce crucial yellow suits that protect the front-line medics more than 11,000 kilometers (7,000 miles) away in West Africa.

Nov 05 15:31

Recently Arrived Illegal Alien Minors Spread Deadly Virus

The “humanitarian crisis” concocted by President Obama to let tens of thousands of illegal immigrant minors stay in the U.S. has fueled a deadly respiratory virus epidemic that’s struck American kids across the country and killed at least nine.

Nov 05 14:49

GMO Crops Are Destroying Farmland, And Monsanto Doesn’t Want You to Know

The European Association for bio-industries, EuropaBio, wants you to believe that “GM crops can protect soils from erosion through less ploughing, conserving soil moisture, too. GM herbicide tolerant crops reduce the need to plough fields in preparation for planting crops. This saves fuel because less tilling is necessary. GM insect resistant crops require less treatments with insecticides, which also decreases the need for tractor use.” But these statements are completely false.

Nov 05 12:37

US Senate to Push For Lethal Aid to Ukraine if Obama Wont

From the frying pan into the nuclear fire! Looks like a neocon coup!
No matter what party wins....we the Americans lose!

WASHINGTON, November 4 (RIA Novosti) — The US Senate will do everything in its power to overcome a possible White House decision not to send lethal assistance to Ukrainian government forces, a representative from US Senator James Inhofe's office told RIA Novosti.

"If no such decision is made by [US President Barack] Obama, the issue will be considered by the Senate and the Armed Services Committee, [who] will do whatever it can to make it happen," the Inhofe representative said.

Nov 05 12:35

DHS wants private surveillance cameras in every neighborhood

Baltimore is expanding its public surveillance network to include private security cameras that city officials hope will quadruple the number of digital eyes on neighborhoods and make residents and business owners feel more secure, reports the Baltimore Sun.

Nov 05 12:31

Gates Foundation focuses $3bn agro-fund on rich countries, ‘pushes GMO agenda in Africa’

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation gives the majority of its $3 billion in food and agricultural grants to rich Western countries, with critics accusing it of using its money to force a pro-GMO agenda on Africa, a recent report suggests.

Nov 05 11:53

Lassa Fever: Is This Why the World Health Organization Said There Would Be 10,000 New Cases of Ebola a Week by December?

Ebola is not the only haemorrhagic fever that stalks West Africa. The Lassa season is about to begin. This year, like every year, around 20,000 people will succumb to the disease in the region.

The symptoms are identical to those of Ebola. Fever, vomiting and bleeding all occur. Lassa, unlike Ebola is spread by infected rats, but once it has infected people human to human transmission begins. Like Ebola patients, those suffering from Lassa need to be treated in strict isolation.

Lassa fever is spread by contact with bodily secretions of infected people as well as by inhalation of the dust from dried rat faeces. There is some evidence that supports the sporadic spread of the disease via infected rat bites.

Nov 05 10:50

Ebola screening begins at Manchester and Birmingham airports

Passenger screening for Ebola has begun at Manchester and Birmingham airports for those travelling from high-risk countries.

Public Health England said airport staff will be checking people arriving from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.

Ebola screening was introduced at Heathrow Airport last month before being extended to Gatwick and Eurostar.

More than 1,500 people have died from the virus in Sierra Leone, with about 5,000 deaths in total in West Africa.

Nov 05 10:50

Five people being monitored for Ebola in Alamance County

Five people in Alamance County who recently returned from West Africa are being monitored for Ebola, according to the Alamance County Health Department.

Nov 05 10:25

First Texan City Bans Fracking

Voters in Denton, Texas approved a ban on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, on Tuesday, making the city the first in Texas to outlaw the controversial gas-extraction process.

The ban is likely to garner legal challenges, but, for now, supporters celebrating the landmark vote in a state famous for oil and gas development.

Nov 05 10:24

Shocking report accuses Obama's 'Dreamers' of killing U.S. kids

A stinging report released on Tuesday by a renowned Inside the Beltway watchdog group accused President Barack Obama's allegedly fabricated “humanitarian crisis” that allowed tens of thousands of illegal aliens minors -- who unlawfully flooded the border into Texas and were dispersed throughout the United States -- of spreading a deadly respiratory virus that’s attacking American children in a number of states throughout country. It's believed the virus actually killed as many as nine kids so far, according to the public-interest law firm that battles government corruption in the federal courts, Judicial Watch. In the group's latest addition to its Corruption Chronicles, the nonprofit, nonpartisan investigators of government corruption and criminal activity describe a cynical and destructive immigration policy that led to at least nine American children dying from a highly contagious disease.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If Obama's sole purpose in flooding the illegals into the US was to create instant Democratic voters in states without voter ID laws to swing the midterms towards the Democrats, he utterly failed, which means all those American kids were allowed to become sick for no reason. Speculation is that Obama will try to cram though amnesty before the new Congress starts in January, but if swinging the vote was his only objective I would not be surprised to see Obama just drop the whole issue as "punishment" for the illegals who "failed" to keep the Democrats in power.

Nov 05 10:15

High-fat diet can postpone brain aging: Study

New Danish-led research suggests that signs of brain aging can be postponed in mice if placed on a high-fat diet. In the long term, this opens the possibility of treatment of children suffering from premature aging and patients with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease...

The researchers see a particular positive effect when the mice are given the so-called medium chain fatty acids – e.g. from coconut oil...

Nov 05 10:14

Pot wins, GMO labeling too close to call in Oregon

Oregon voters legalized marijuana on Tuesday, but a bill to label genetically engineered food was too close to call.

Proposals seeking open primaries and issuing drivers cards for unauthorized immigrants failed, as did a ballot measure that would have allowed the state to take on debt for student financial aid.

Nov 05 10:13

GMO Labeling: Colorado Voters Reject Food Measure; Maui Voters Approve

In the latest bids for states to compel companies to label foods that contain genetically modified ingredients, Colorado voters decided the issue in their state today.

Proposition 105, was defeated by a roughly 2-1 margin Tuesday.

Oregon voters also considered a measure, but it is still too close to call — the no vote leading the yes vote by two percentage points with more than 80 percent of the vote counted.

In Hawaii, Maui County voters considered an initiative that went far beyond labeling. By a slim margin, voters decided to temporarily ban genetically engineered crops.

"The county's first-ever ballot initiative targeting global agriculture companies Monsanto and Dow AgroSciences attracted nearly $8 million from opponents," Honolulu Civil Beat reports, "making it the most expensive campaign in Hawaii's history."

That the expense equates to "more than $75 per registered voter in Maui County, which has a population of just around 160,000."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It isn't just candidates who steal elections ...

Nov 05 10:00

WHO asks Canada to justify Ebola visa ban

The World Health Organization has asked Canada to justify its decision to limit travel to this country from the West African countries combating Ebola.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

How's this for starters?

Nov 05 09:44

5 Ayurvedic Herbs That Have Been Shown To Destroy Cancer Cells

by Alanna Ketler

In a time where cancer is an extremely common disease, finding effective and safe cures to treat cancer should be a high priority. The general population doesn’t hear much about alternative cures like dichloroacetate, for example, which has been shown to be effective in treating cancer.

It is important for these alternative cancer treatments to become more widely accepted, but it is even more important for the information on cancer prevention to become more of a focal point in the “fight against cancer.” Best way to treat cancer? To not get it in the first place. Until we clean up things like our diets and overall toxic environments, cancer will continue to become more prevalent. Public education is needed.

Without further adieu, here are the top 5 Ayurvedic herbs that have been shown to destroy cancer cells...

Nov 05 09:30

Google reveals it is developing a computer so smart it can program itself

Google's secretive artificial intelligence researchers have revealed a computer that they hope will one day be able to program itself. Developers at Google's secretive DeepMind start-up, which it bought for $400 million earlier this year, are attempting to mimic some of the properties of the human brain's short-term working memory.

Nov 05 09:19

Health professionals claim the flu kills 49,000 people per year, urge Americans to ignore Ebola and get flu shots

As flu season approaches, the U.S. media have been filling up with stories claiming that the flu is far more dangerous than Ebola, and urging people to stop worrying about Ebola and just get flu shots instead. These stories have been repeating the common misinformation that the flu kills thousands or even tens of thousands of people nationally each year.

But the truth is that very few people die from the flu. In fact, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) deliberately manipulates the numbers of flu deaths in order to convince people that they need to protect themselves against a deadly disease by getting vaccinated.

Nov 05 09:18

Natural broccoli compound sulforaphane provides temporary relief from autistic symptoms

Within four weeks, many of those taking sulforaphane experienced significant improvements in verbal communication and social interaction, and reductions in repetitive, ritualistic behaviors compared with those assigned the placebo. These improvements continued throughout the course of the study, and by 18 weeks, participants had shown further improvements in awareness, communication, mannerisms and motivation, and reductions in hyperactivity, irritability, lethargy and repetitive movements.

These improvements had reversed themselves by the time participants had been off of sulforaphane for four weeks, however.

Nov 05 07:57

Medications are the number one cause of allergy-related death in America

(NaturalNews) Pharmaceutical drugs are the top cause of sudden, allergy-related death in the United States, according to a study conducted by researchers from Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University and published online in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology on September 30.

The researchers reviewed mortality records in which the cause of death was listed as anaphylaxis, which refers to a severe reaction occurring within moments of exposure to an allergen. They note that, unlike other countries including the United Kingdom, the United States does not maintain a national registry of anaphylaxis deaths.

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