‘The CDC has been shunning the correlations between thimerosal and neurological disorders for a very long time. Although the FDA gave a two year deadline to remove the mercury based preservative from vaccines after the neurotoxin was banned in 1999, it still remains to this day in 60 percent of flu vaccines. A vaccine industry watchdog has now obtained CDC documents that show statistically significant risks of autism associated with the vaccine preservative, something the CDC denies even when confronted with their own data.’
‘The Israeli regime has further toughened its approach toward immigration, pressing African refugees to go back home or face indefinite imprisonment.
A report by The Washington Post on Thursday said Israeli officials were sending letters to the first group of some 45,000 Eritrean and Sudanese refugees, ordering them to leave Israel within 30 days for their home or an unnamed third country in Africa or choose indefinite incarceration at prison.
The Israeli regime’s strict policy includes building a fence along the Egyptian border, denying illegal migrants work permits and holding them in a detention center in the desert.’
‘Singer and U.N. global ambassador Dionne Warwick recently released an interesting if puzzling statement asserting that she would, and I quote, “never fall victim to the hard pressures of Roger Waters, from Pink Floyd, or other political people who have their views on politics in Israel.”
“Waters’ political views are of no concern,” I assume she means to her, the statement read. “Art,” she added, “has no boundaries.”
Until today, I have not publicly commented on Ms. Warwick’s Tel Aviv concert or reached out to her privately. But given her implicit invitation, I will comment now.’
Earlier this week in Oak Harbor, Ohio, the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Plant was shut down after a steam leak was detected in a non-radioactive portion of the facility.
FirstEnergy Corp officials insist that the leak has now been repaired and it expect the reactor to be back up to full-power by today. No cause for alarm, right?
This is not the first time that the David-Besse plant has been in the news. The facility has been the center of controversy since 2000, and critics say that it’s one of the country best examples of the danger presented by America’s crumbling nuclear infrastructure.
Blues legend B.B. King has died in Las Vegas aged 89, his lawyer confirmed on Thursday.
Attorney Brent Bryson said King died peacefully in his sleep at 9:40 p.m. PDT at his Clark County home in Las Vegas.
King, known as the ‘King Of Blues’, sold millions of records worldwide, won 15 Grammys and was inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame in 1980 and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987.
The King Of Blues: Music legend BB King has died at the age of 89 in Las Vegas, it has been confirmed
BB, real name Riley B. King, was admitted to hospital last month for diabetes-related ailments, but was discharged when he insisted on at-home hospice care as opposed to hospitalization
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Ariel Sharon: “We, the Jewish People, Control America, and The Americans Know it”!
Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA)dvisory board includes such notable figures as Michael Ledeen, Richard Perle, and R. James Woolsey, while Vice President Dick Cheney, former U.S. Representative to the United Nations John Bolton, and former Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Douglas Feith were all on JINSA’s Board of Advisors before they entered the Bush administration
Jason Vest, writing in The Nation,alleges that JINSA, along with Frank Gaffney’s Center for Security Policy, are “underwritten by far-right American Zionists” and both believe strongly that “‘regime change’ by any means necessary in Iraq, Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia and the Palestinian Authority is an urgent imperative.”
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‘A 17-year-old teenager was remanded in custody on Monday after facing a children’s court in Melbourne on unspecified charges of “engaging in an act in preparation for, or planning, a terrorist act” and “possessing things connected with a terrorist act.”
For the second time in two weeks, alarming police claims and media reports about teenagers planning imminent terrorist attacks—first on April 25 (the “Anzac Day plot”) and then May 10 (the “Mother’s Day plot”)—have proven to be dubious.’
As a reader commented, no quantitative information to provide any idea of the scope these dangers. Nevertheless, the Chernobyl and Fukushima “accidents” are documented and provide a great deal of basis for concern.
Concern that is not evident in at or in any government level.
Concern that is conspicuous by its absence from the mass media, who seem to have lost their drive for investigative journalism. (Too much power and influence form above?).
No matter how dangerous this source of death and ill-health, however real, tends to be over-shadowed by our obsession with wealth and control and annihilation of any obstacles in the way.
Nevertheless, awareness of any dangers to our health should not be obscured from the public, in a decent and intelligent civilization.
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By Dr. Mercola
You’ve probably heard that avoiding processed foods is one of the keys to staying healthy, but do you understand why, exactly?
Scottish author Joanna Blythman has written a behind-the-scenes exposé book, Swallow This: Serving Up the Food Industry’s Darkest Secrets, that delves into the details of what makes processed food the antithesis of a healthy diet.
If you have any concerns about the food you’re eating, this is a must-read book. It will radically increase your appreciation of just how processed your food really is and enlighten you to many of the deceptive tricks the industry uses to fool you.
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‘A leading scientist has claimed that antidepressant drugs are responsible for over half a million deaths of people aged over 65 every year.
Peter Gotzsche, a Danish medical researcher, made the claims in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) in which he argued that long-term use of psychotropic drugs are “immensely harmful”.
“Given their lack of benefit, I estimate we could stop almost all psychotropic drugs without causing harm – by dropping all antidepressants, ADHD drugs, and dementia drugs,” Gotzsche wrote.’
You know the phrase “dodging a bullet”? Forget about it. Probably not going to happen anymore.
The U.S. military said this week it has made great progress in its effort to develop a self-steering bullet.
In February, the “smart bullets” — .50-caliber projectiles equipped with optical sensors — passed their most successful round of live-fire tests to date, according to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA.
In the tests, an experienced marksman “repeatedly hit moving and evading targets,” a DARPA statement said.
“Additionally,” the statement said, “a novice shooter using the system for the first time hit a moving target.” In other words, now you don’t even have to be a good shot to hit the mark.
People who turn in their drugs to the Gloucester Police Department and ask for help won’t be arrested, they’ll be rehabilitated.
Additionally, the department will start using money seized from drug dealers to provide addicts’ families and pharmacies with Narcan free of charge. The life-saving drug, if administered at the scene, can reverse an overdose.
Chief Leonard Campanello announced over the weekend that any “addict” who walks into their department with drugs and paraphernalia will not be criminally charged.Matters-MN-charity-food-boxes-FB
“We will assign them an ‘angel’ who will be their guide through the process. Not in hours or days, but on the spot,” Campanello told Massachusetts Live. “I’ve never arrested a tobacco addict, nor have I ever seen one turned down for help when they develop lung cancer, whether or not they have insurance. The reasons for the difference in care between a tobacco addict and an opiate addict is stigma and money. Petty reasons to lose a life.”
- Xavier Arnold, 21, was killed while out with girlfriend Xenia Aims in 2013
- His mother Nichole Villafane has described the last time they were together
- Zion Wainwright, now 15, and Qutravius Palmer, 24, are on trial for murder
- Pair are accused of killing Arnold during an attempted robbery in Atlanta
Shot dead: Xavier Arnold, 21, was killed in Atlanta during an attempted robbery in 2013 while taking photographs with his partner Xenia Aims
The heartbroken mother of an Army reservist allegedly shot in the head by a 14-year-old has described her final moments with her son.
Xavier Arnold, 21, was killed in Atlanta during an attempted robbery in 2013 while taking photographs with his partner Xenia Aims.
Speaking in court, his mother Nichole Villafane said the day before he died ‘he came over and kissed me on my cheek, and he told me “I love you” and that was the last thing I heard from my son’.
Villafane, who works for the district attorney’s office, had to identify Arnold’s belongings found at the scene where he was killed, on a bike trail in Kirkwood.
Zion Wainwright, now 15, and Qutravius Palmer, 24, have been charged with murder, felony murder and aggravated assault for the shooting.
Prosecutors said Wainwright was 14 when he and Palmer attempted to rob Arnold, his girlfriend Xenia Aims and their friend Ibrahim Sanusi, reports WSB – TV.
Aims also spoke in court yesterday, describing her agonizing final moments with her partner.
She said: ‘It was just chaotic. It was chaos.’
Aims says Arnold tried to fight back and claims Wainwright shot Sanusi in the leg and before pointing the gun at her boyfriend.
She said Wainwright then shot Arnold in the head before running away – with Palmer right behind him.
Wainwright claims he was just doing what Palmer told him to do – while the older defendant says he had nothing to do with the crime.
Devastated: Arnold’s mother, Nichole Villafane, who works for the district attorney’s office, has also testified in court, describing the last time she her son
Heartbroken: Girlfriend Xenia Aims (left) also spoke in court yesterday, describing her agonizing final moments with her partner Xavier Arnold (right)
In her testimony, Aims said Sanusi, who drowned last year, gave a version of events which supported Palmer’s claim
She said: ‘(Sanusi) said “I remember him yelling shoot him, shoot him”.’
Aims previously said she and Arnold, known as X, were taking ‘artsy photographs’ of the graffiti in the area when they were approached by two men.
She described one as a ‘strange man’ in his early twenties, while the other was about 5ft 4in and ‘no older than 17′.
She added: ‘They pull out a gun, held it at X, and the other guy went behind him and started robbing him.’
Accused: Prosecutors say Zion Wainwright (pictured) was just 14 when he murdered the Army reservist
On trial: Zion Wainwright, 15, and Qutravius Palmer (pictured), 24, have been charged with murder, felony murder and aggravated assault for the shooting
- Tamika Cobb and Kendra Richard work as Baltimore correctional officers
- They were allegedly filmed looting from 7-Eleven store during April’s riots
- Now, they have been charged with theft and burglary over video footage
- They have also been suspended from their jobs without pay, police said
- 7-Eleven was among several stores damaged and looted during the riots
- Thousands of people took to streets to protest over Freddie Gray’s death
- Cobb and Richard remain in custody; bail has been set at $35,000 each
They are responsible for the supervision of suspected and convicted criminals.
But these two correctional officers in Baltimore, Maryland, have been charged with theft and burglary.
Tamika Cobb and Kendra Richard, who work at Baltimore City jail, were allegedly captured on video looting from a convenience store during last month’s riots over the death of resident Freddie Gray.
On Wednesday, they were both suspended from their jobs without pay, according to a statement released online by the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS).
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Charged: Tamika Cobb (pictured), who works, at Baltimore City jail, was allegedly captured on video looting from a convenience store during last month’s riots in Baltimore over the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray
Beaming: On Wednesday, Cobb and her colleague, Kendra Richard (pictured), were charged with theft and burglary in relation to the alleged looting. They have both been suspended from their jobs without pay.
DECATUR, Ga. — More than $70,000 in campaign money has gone from Congressman Hank Johnson’s campaign into the pocket of the congressman’s wife, Mereda Davis Johnson. Rep. Johnson says his wife has earned every penny.
Democrat Hank Johnson was first elected to Congress following a memorable primary runoff in 2006 over the fiery incumbent Cynthia McKinney. Two years later, Rep. Johnson put his wife Mereda on the campaign payroll– even though Johnson was the only congressman in the state to run for re-election with no ballot opposition. Federal election records show Johnson’s campaign paid Mereda Davis Johnson $8250 in 2006. Mrs. Johnson has remained a presence on the payroll ever since.
“She kind of acts like a quarterback. A lot of people ordinarily just pick up the phone and call her,” Johnson said in an interview with 11Alive News. “I think anybody who deals with me knows that Mareda is intimately involved in every aspect of what I do.”
Congressional campaigns are financed with voluntary donations. No tax money is involved.