‘Many Americans don’t even know it exists. The mainstream media almost universally pretends it doesn’t exist. It’s the Federal Vaccine Court (National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program), created by Congress in 1988. This court awards millions of dollars annually to families who have been damaged by vaccines.
This court gives legal immunity to pharmaceutical companies, shielding them from a court of law representing a true republic. By setting up a special kangaroo vaccine court, the supply of vaccines continues to multiply, even after people have been damaged by them.’
Read more: Family receives $2 million in damages from vaccine court; mainstream media ignores case
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‘On this morning’s 700 Club, Pat Robertson made it very clear that he’s very upset at President Obama for acting like a “petulant teenager” when it comes to Bibi Netanyahu and Israel. It matters not to the evangelical leader how insulting and dangerous Netanyahu has been to the United States government while we’re in the midst of negotiating a nuclear deal with Iran, (I thought US religious leaders were for peace?) because Republicans are turning over US foreign policy decisions to foreign leaders, apparently. And now a US president is forbidden to voice his frustration at one of our strongest allies for trying to undermine our goals.
Not only is he angry, but he issued a doomsday warning against the Obama administration if they turn against Israel. ‘
Read more with video: Pat Robertson On Netanyahu: ‘Touch Not My Anointed’ Or Else!
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‘The TSA allowed convicted terrorist bomber Sara Jane Olson to pass through expedited screening at a Minn. airport, despite knowing her criminal background.
The incident occurred at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport back in 2014, according to a TSA Inspector General Report and a KMSP-TV investigation which confirmed Olson as the “notorious convicted felon” described in the report.
A TSA agent recognized Olson, who served seven years in prison for planting bombs under police cars, but when he notified his supervisor he was told to “take no further action and allow the traveler through the TSA Pre-Check lane.”’
Read more: TSA Allows Convicted Bomber Through Expedited Screening
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‘“The Zionist paradigm is founded on the distorted story of the Israelites’ Exodus from Egypt and their persecution by the Assyrians and Captivity by Babylonians. But the truth is that the Israelites never set foot in Egypt or Palestine. Actually they never left Ancient Arabia and North Yemen, their origin land, before the Babylonian Captivity”’
Read more: ISIS helps Israel Conceal Historical Origin
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‘The Wall Street Journal has released an article stating that Israel, which has long been known to engage in aggressive espionage against the United States, has been feeding stolen information on the U.S.
Nuclear talks with Iran to Congressional stooges in order to thwart any deal with Iran that could get in the way of an attack on that country. Lindsey Graham, who piles up frequent flier miles from his junkets to Israel, made the implausible statement that “No one from Israel’s ever briefed me about the agreement. If they’re spying, they’re not telling me about it.”
House Speaker Boehner, fresh from hosting PM Netanyahu over the objections of the Obama Administration, feined “shock” at the reports of information stolen by Israeli spies being fed to Congress. (See the article from The Times of Israel below.) He will be leading Congressional Republicans on an Easter recess homage to Israel next week.’
Read more: Rothschild Zionists Boehner and Graham deny complicency in Israeli spying … as they dash to Israel for Spring Break
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US ally, Saudi Arabia, beheads more people in one day than IS has in toto:
Saudi Arabia bombs Yemen, launches coalition op against Houthi rebels
| 26 March 2015 | Saudi Arabian forces, joined by nine other countries, have launched a military operation in Yemen against Shiite Houthi rebels, the Saudi ambassador to the US said. The offensive, which started with airstrikes, will also involve “other military assets.” According to Ambassador Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir, the military operation in Yemen started at 7 p.m. EST (11 p.m. GMT). US President Obama has authorized the provision of logistical and intelligence support to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)-led military operations in Yemen, the White House said in a statement, confirming that Washington had close communication with Hadi, the Saudis and other GCC states prior to the launch of the military operation.
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Curious to learn more about Yemen, and why over just 24 hours it has become the location of the latest war in the middle east? Then the following brief summary on the balance of power, or lack thereof, in Yemen from Stratfor should provide some useful background information.
Who controls Yemen?
While the al-Houthi movement struggles to manage multiple regional challenges in northern Yemen, its rise to power is a setback for Saudi Arabia. After the fall of the Yemeni government, Riyadh will have to capitalize on the al-Houthis’ need for political and financial support to re-establish its influence in the country. But because Iran is trying to fill that support gap, too, Yemen has become another battlefront for the two sectarian rivals.
Since Yemen’s president was driven from the capital of Sanaa in September, Yemen’s government has been at war with itself. President Abd Rabboh Mansour Hadi issued a statement March 19 denouncing the airstrikes on his compound in the southern port city of Aden as an attempted military coup by forces loyal to his predecessor and onetime ally, former President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Earlier that day, soldiers and militiamen loyal to Hadi battled their way into Aden’s airport and stormed a nearby military base, both of which were under the control of Gen. Abdel-Hafez al-Saqqaf, a Saleh loyalist.
The al-Houthis represent a change in the balance of power in Yemen that has opened the door for Iran to become a major player in what was the exclusive domain of Saudi Arabia not long ago. While Saudi Arabia has long meddled in Yemen, Riyadh lost sight of developments in the country while focusing on other regional fights. It was not that Saudi Arabia was not paying attention to Yemen, it just was not expecting Iran to gain ground on its southern frontier via a movement that is not traditionally Shiite and, in fact, is theologically closer to Sunni Islam.
The Saudis see the al-Houthis as a possible threat from Iran. How the Saudis engage with the group and try to distance it from Iran will be a key factor to watch. Meanwhile, Yemen’s deteriorating security situation has created another Saudi-Iranian geopolitical struggle that will last into the foreseeable future.
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Los Angeles | An L.A. gang member, Florencio Conchuza Gonzalez, who is part of the infamous Ms-13 gang, also called Mara Salvatrucha, has turned blind after getting his eye balls tattooed to celebrate his 17th anniversary.
The young man that is originally from El Salvador and came illegally into the country when he was only 8 years old has lived in the streets for as long as he remembers until he became a member of the MS-13 family only three years ago.
The 17-year old man who has been captured on video camera this week fleeing from a convenient store after an armed burglary with accomplices admitted his crimes to police officers, hoping they would fix his eyes in exchange for the information.
Police officer Juan Simons says he was shocked to see the young man willfully come inside the police station and admit all his crimes to him.
“He just started crying and told us he would tell us anything we wanted as long as we would bring him back his vision” recalls the police officer. “I reassured him we would do the best we could and called an ambulance immediately as his eyes were bleeding and were so swollen they looked like they were going to come out of his eye sockets” he admits, still visibly shaken.
If it is highly likely that the criminal will lose both use of his eyes and should stay at the intensive care unit until his court sentence, the information he has given police officers could lead to many arrests, believe experts.
“He has given us, in only a short time, a comprehensive list of drug and weapon resell points, gang leader names and even names of possible corrupt officers within our own forces, which need to be authenticated” admits a spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department.
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‘But the emails – if they are ever disclosed to the public – are not the half of it.
They are the proverbial tip of the iceberg of secrecy.
Recall that not even a year ago, it was quietly disclosed that the Hillary Clinton State Dept. “misplaced” more than $6 billion dollars that remain unaccounted for. The Washington Times reported about the losses under Sec. Clinton:
The State Department misplaced and lost some $6 billion due to the improper filing of contracts during the past six years, mainly during the tenure of former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, according to a newly released Inspector General report.’
Read more: While Clinton Hid Emails, $6 Billion Went Missing in Her State Dept
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Boston Show Trial: The Opinion of an Attorney at Law –A former law professor explains the backpacks of the accused were the wrong ones | 24 March 2015 | The Boston bombing has to be the most blatant hoax in recent American history, dwarfing 9/11, Wellstone and Sandy Hook by several orders of magnitude. How much more obvious could it be when we have video with police on bullhorns announcing, “This is a drill! This is a drill!” and The Boston Globe tweeting that a controlled demolition will be set off during the marathon “as part of bomb squad activities” and that it will be set off “in one minute in front of the library”, which then proceeds to happen.
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The is a heckuva sermon by Chuck Baldwin: “Killing in the Service of God.” He says that people in the U.S. today are filled with hatred and bigotry in the name of Jesus.” Even if you are not religious, even if you are not a believer, please listen to this message from Chuck Baldwin
This message was preached by Chuck Baldwin on Sunday, February 15, 2015 during the service at Liberty Fellowship.
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‘The new labeling of the world’s most-popular weed killer as a likely cause of cancer is raising more questions for an aerial spraying program in Colombia that is the cornerstone of the U.S.-backed war on drugs.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer, a French-based research arm of the World Health Organization, has reclassified the herbicide glyphosate as a result of what it said is convincing evidence the chemical produces cancer in lab animals and more limited findings it causes non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in humans.
The ruling on Thursday is likely to send shockwaves around the globe, where the glyphosate-containing herbicide Roundup is a mainstay of industrial agriculture.’
Read more: Colombia drug debate revived as Monsanto’s Roundup deemed carcinogen
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