May 1, 2017

Eat Some “Roundup” Honey, Honey

“Documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) reveal, for example, that glyphosate residue was found in all of the honey samples tested by the FDA – even honey marketed as being “100% all-natural.” Some of the samples contained twice the European Union’s allowable amount of glyphosate residue, and there is no allowable limit for glyphosate in honey produced in the U.S. – at least not yet.”<<<Read More>>>

The FDA says glyphosate is nothing to be concerned about and that it is harmless to humans. Except it makes your pubic hair fall out….or something.

Zika And Microcephaly – Someone Got Their Dates Mixed Up

After reading numerous reports regarding the Zika virus circulating in the mainstream and alternative media, the question must be asked, “Why is everyone clambering to blame Zika for the cases of Microcephaly that have been occurring?” Before making such a knee-jerk reaction, a number of facts must first be considered.

The first reported outbreaks of Microcephaly which the WHO appeared to link to Zika occurred on 30th October 2015.<<<Read More>>>

Rockefeller + Bayer = ZIKA


Natural News says the Zika “virus” has been around for 70 years.  However, it is engineered by the same chemical “company” of Nazi Germany’s holocaust, Bayer Aspirin…


And,  a link to an article from 2011 titled “Bayer and Death: 1918 and Aspirin“.


Royal Society Conference Asks: How to Protect Freedom AND Health in Regulatory Policy?

An Example of Brainwashed Ignorance!

Press Release from the National Center for Public Policy Research:
Regulating Pleasure: National Center for Public Policy Research Sponsors a Debate with Consumers, Public Health and Policy Experts at London’s Royal Society of Medicine

When Setting Regulatory Policy, How Do We Protect Health and Consumer Freedom to Pursue Pleasure?

London, England – In a world first, a broad range of experts will meet in London July 13 at the Royal Society of Medicine to discuss and debate the best way forward for society to regulate consumption of pleasurable substances.

In the public health policy world, pleasure-seeking is pathologized as “addiction” and seen simply as a problem to solve. The symposium will include insights from policymakers, consumers and addiction-treatment experts, and start a constructive dialogue between various stakeholders in the public and the policy world.

It is habitually claimed that addiction to legally-available tobacco and alcohol and a range of illegal psychoactive substances leads to tremendous social and economic harm. However, policymakers’ response to reducing harm from such consumption behaviors often manifests in prohibitionist actions.

“Regulating the pleasure drugs bring is a key responsibility that governments tend to duck. At one extreme they have failed to adequately regulate, and gifted the trade to corporates. At the other extreme prohibition has gifted the market to organized crime groups. Recent moves to legalize cannabis shows government can regulate pleasure whilst promoting citizen wellbeing,” says keynote speaker Danny Kushlick, Director of External Affairs at Transform, an influential think-tank on drug policy.

“If the phenomenon of seeking pleasure through psychoactive substances itself is as old as society, the prominence of the medical profession and the use of medical argumentation are new in the debate. Doctors have taken the role of priests in calling for drastic interventions in the lifestyles of citizens. Proposals for restrictions, higher taxes and tougher penalties have the potential to intrude into the private lives of individuals in the very sphere that they are most keen to protect – their pursuit of pleasure,” argues the chair of the session, Dr. Axel Klein, editor of the policy journalDrugs and Alcohol Today.

The topic of this symposium will also be covered in the forthcoming special issue of the journal.

The symposium promises new insights from an often forgotten stakeholder in such debates: the consumer.

Lorien Jollye, of the vaper advocacy group New Nicotine Alliance, will speak on her ‘relationship with nicotine’: “Something that often gets lost or even ignored in the attempt to ‘cure’ or ‘save’ smokers is the fact that many actually enjoy the habit itself. To be effective, safer nicotine delivery systems have to be pleasurable, which is exactly what vaping is for me. By demonizing the least dangerous part of smoking, nicotine, smokers continue to be classed as patients or victims. It’s time that stopped.”

The event is sponsored by the U.S.-based National Center for Public Policy Research, and Senior Fellow Jeff Stier is keen to “share thoughts on what to look for when considering science used to support pro-regulation arguments, so that scientists, policymakers, and the public are better equipped to digest science in a more rational way, leading to better outcomes.”

The organizers hope that the event will pave the way for future wider debates in public health policy on how the pursuit of pleasure can be protected and integrated in the pursuit of a healthy lifestyle.

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Profitable Depopulation

“The ‘evidence is clear’ – cell phone radiation causes brain cancer, scientists conclude”

“Wednesday, May 11, 2016 by: David Gutierrez, staff writer”

“(NaturalNews) The question of whether cell phones cause brain cancer has been definitively settled, doctors and scientists from around the country warned recently at a pediatric conference in Baltimore.”

Might as well make eugenics profitable..

Scientific Consensus is Fraud

Recently I shared with readers an article I found called, “Big Science is Broken.” As sometimes Media does, perhaps more articles are being written about the flaws of scientific “study” and “peer review,” sold to the public as “settled science” or “consensus science.” Both of those elements are dangerously fraudulent.

Today, “How ‘Settled Science’ Helped Create a Massive Public Health Crisis,” tells us that consensus in fraudulent, politically manipulated, people control, masquerading as science, can literally kill us.

The article states: “Leslie correctly points out that, despite the patina of pure objectivity, “scientific inquiry is prone to the eternal rules of human social life: deference to the charismatic, herding toward majority opinion, punishment for deviance, and intense discomfort with admitting to error.”

While that statement may be true, it is more of the gas for the vehicle intended to get the human population from Point A, a healthy lifestyle, to Point B, death.

We should cease with dancing around excuses as to why fraudulent science is killing us. Not everyone is that stupid, but unfortunately because, as the article states, social life, deference to the charismatic, herding, punishment, etc., are the known factors bred into human character that allows the Ruling Establishment, whose bent is massive elimination of millions of people, to carry out their plans.

When the Media focuses on issues that only scratch the surface, nothing is ever accomplished, except what most of us refuse to understand – that Media’s role in this is the perpetuation of the social life, deference to the charismatic, herding (brainwashing/propagandizing), and implementing punishments for non conformance. Anyone paying attention should realize that it has only been a matter of time that “science” tells us one thing, and “science” tells us they were wrong. We want to believe, and do believe, that the “correction” has delivered the truth, and yet it never is the truth…only more lies. It’s commonly referred to as insanity and we are too insane to recognize it.

The once-known “scientific method” exists, somewhere, but is rarely seen anymore. It has been replaced, by design, with everything, and more, that is described in the two linked-to articles above. Lost in all of it, is the truth that the lost method is being perpetrated on us by design and the bigger goal isn’t a healthier lifestyle. It is death by self-inflicted adherence to what some brainwashed quack is telling us to do.

Isaiah 53:6 – All we like sheep have gone astray: we have turned every one to his own way, and the Lord hath laid upon him the iniquity of us all.

The Truth Of Medical Industrial Complex Censorship Exposed






Congress Must Act, or E-Cigarettes May Soon Be Banned by FDA

Press Release from the National Center for Public Policy Research:

Congress Must Act Quickly To Halt FDA’s Upcoming Regulation To Kill E-Cigarettes

FDA Release of E-Cigarette Rules “Imminent”

House Appropriations Committee Can Take Step to Deter FDA

FY2017 Agriculture Appropriations Bill To Be Debated in Committee Next Wednesday


Washington, DC/New York, NY – The Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Tobacco Products will soon publish its so-called “Deeming Regulations,” the framework for regulating e-cigarettes at the federal level.

The Hill reports the rule’s release may be “imminent.”

According to National Center for Public Policy Research Risk Analysis Director Jeff Stier, “the regulation could require all e-cigarettes that came to market after February 15, 2007, which is essentially all of them, to be removed from the market unless they win onerous pre-market approval.”

“This,” Stier warns, “would give deadly old-school combustible cigarettes an almost insurmountable competitive advantage.”

“The regulation would have the effect, intended or not, of taking e-cigarettes away from former smokers who quit smoking by using these less harmful alternatives,” Stier added.

“This,” says Stier, “is exactly the opposite of what government should be doing, which is to create a regulatory environment that encourages smokers to switch to e-cigarettes, the dramatically less harmful way to get nicotine.”

Stier explains that the 2007 date, known as the “predicate date,” was established by Congress with cigarettes and other tobacco products in mind. “E-cigarettes were in their infancy when Congress gave FDA authority to regulate tobacco. There’s just no public health way of making sense of applying a 2007 predicate date to e-cigarettes, as the FDA stubbornly insists it must.”

According to Stier, “the most immediate thing Congress can do to stop the FDA from killing off the most viable alternative to cigarettes for smokers is to change the predicate date to the effective date of the new FDA rule, likely later this year.”

Stier says “the House Appropriations Committee can change the predicate date, literally giving everyone more breathing room, but it wouldn’t completely reign in the FDA, because the FDA would still seek to hold e-cigarettes that go on the market after that date to innovation-stifling pre-market rules.”

“E-cigarettes are innovative products. Health regulators should put reasonable safety standards in place, rather than put e-cigarettes at a disadvantage to deadly cigarettes, already entrenched in the market,” Stier insists.

Stier met with White House and FDA officials twice as the Obama Administration was considering the Deeming Regulations. He has also given talks at leading conferences around the world on the role of tobacco harm reduction. Stier has also offered his expertise on the matter at the United Nations, as well as in city, state and federal regulatory and legislative hearings around the country. Video of Stier testifying to the Los Angeles City Council is available here and at the United Nations, here.

As Mr. Stier told WCBS TV in New York City last year, “E-cigarettes are a free-market solution to the problem of smoking because people are willfully switching from a very harmful product to dramatically less harmful products.”

Stier is concerned that “if, in the name of public health, federal regulations inhibit much-needed innovation in the e-cigarette market, public health will actually suffer, as fewer adult smokers will be likely to switch from smoking.”

In an op-ed for USA Today, Stier argued, “E-cigarettes aren’t threatening the progress of continued smoking reduction. They are helping even hard-core cigarette smokers quit.”

In an interview with Al Jazeera America’s Ali Velshi, Stier called e-cigarettes “a boon to public health” and a threat to the old way tobacco companies did business.

According to Stier, “It is appropriate for the federal government to regulate e-cigarettes, but as even the FDA’s own chief tobacco regulator has repeatedly acknowledged, the law requires the agency to use science to weigh the potential benefits of e-cigarettes against any potential health risk for both the individual user, as well as the population as a whole.”

When the FDA initially issued the proposed Deeming Regulation in 2014, Stier warned, “If the regulations are too heavy-handed, they’ll have the deadly effect of preventing smokers from quitting by switching to these dramatically less harmful alternatives.”

Stier predicts, “If the Deeming Regulations apply overly-burdensome rules, the industry, consumer groups, and health advocates will come together to challenge the rules in court, as well as in the legislature.”

The National Center for Public Policy Research, founded in 1982, is a non-partisan, free-market, independent conservative think-tank. Ninety-four percent of its support comes from individuals, less than four percent from foundations, and less than two percent from corporations. It receives over 350,000 individual contributions a year from over 96,000 active recent contributors. Sign up for free issue alerts here or follow us on Twitter at @NationalCenter.

War on Food Freedom (and Free Speech!) by Nannystaters Continues

War on Food and Free Speech Continues: Nanny State Activists Got Whistleblower Journalist ‘Disinvited’ from Consumer Federation of America National Conference

Journalist Has Uncovered Shoddy Science in Government Nutrition Advice That Led Americans to Avoid Certain Fats in Favor of Carbohydrates

Bad Advice in Part Led to Expanded Obesity, Diabetes Rates

But Nanny State Activists Want Americans to Rely on Government for Food Advice

Whistleblower Reporting About Bad Science is Extremely Inconvenient to Left-Wing Agenda

Goal of Liberal Activists is to Advance Government Control Over What You Eat, in Part to Fight Global Warming, in Part to Control Americans’ Lives


Washington, D.C.  – In a timely article for National Review Online today, National Center for Public Policy Research Risk Analysis Director Jeff Stier and food writer Julie Kelly criticize the Consumer Federation of America (CFA) and nanny-state activists for silencing investigative journalist Nina Teicholz, a key critic of government-backed shoddy nutrition “science,” at this week’s CFA-sponsored National Food Policy Conference.

According to Stier, “We respectfully disagree with the left’s preference for using the levers of government to tell us how to eat. First it was just nutritional ‘advice’; then the advice started to influence everything from food stamps to how we feed the military. Now nannystaters want to put warning labels on salty foods, tax sodas, and ban ingredients.”

Adds Stier, “We do not respect the left’s latest tactic: silencing critics such as Nina Teicholz by forcing them off important public forums with McCarthyite tactics.”

In the National Review Online piece, Kelly and Stier write:

Those special interests are now scheming to not only discredit but also outright silence Teichholz. Now, after some participants objected to her presence, the National Food Policy Conference, held this week in Washington, D.C., has disinvited her. Teicholz was scheduled to sit on a panel with the USDA and Center for Science in the Public Interest to discuss how to turn nutrition science into policy.

The silence will be a detriment to public health policymaking, according to Kelly, because, “There is a very good chance that Americans have been receiving poor nutrition advice from the government, medical community and others for more than five decades.”

Referring to the Teicholz’s perspective, Kelly says, “It’s a discussion worth having and very unfortunate that those who profess to have Americans’ best interest at heart would prevent this debate from advancing.”

The authors argue that the left’s latest maneuver is outside the bounds of acceptable political tactics, even given today’s overheated rancor. They write,

Of course this has little to do with science and everything to do with ideological agendas. Never before has food policy been so politicized, whether it’s the Dietary Guidelines or the National School Lunch Program. For the most part, major decisions are being made by the same cabal of crusaders who refuse to countenance dissent or discussion even as the collective health of Americans continues to suffer.

Regardless of one’s take on nutritional issues, or even the proper role of government in determining how and what we eat, one should agree that the campaign to silence Teicholz is distasteful. The National Food Policy Conference is billed by its organizer, the Consumer Federation of America, as “a key national gathering for those interested in agriculture, food, and nutrition policy.” It could have been a much-needed forum for open discussion and debate among leading voices from different schools of thought. But now, because of the food fear-mongerers’ fear of debate, it will be just another high-profile missed opportunity to raise the level of discourse in Washington.

“Censorship is a red flag,” said Amy Ridenour, chairman of the National Center. “Someone finds the information this journalist uncovered to be a threat to their agenda — so much so, they moved secretly behind the scenes and got her disinvited from a speaking role. The Consumer Federation of America not only agreed to the censorship, but apparently has also kept secret who pressured it to do it. We disagree with both. Let the facts come out.”

Many major corporations and law firms are sponsoring this conference,” added Ridenour. “These include General Mills, Walmart, Campbell Soup, Hormel Foods, Mars Inc. and many other famous names. We call on these companies to withhold support for this conference and all future conferences that censor science and disinvite journalists who uncover information inconvenient to left-wing agendas. The public deserves to know which corporations are supporting the nanny state, anti-food freedom agenda, and we intend to make sure the public finds out.”

Nina Teicholz, the journalist who was disinvited from the conference, will be holding a press conference of her own at the National Press Club in Washington at 3 pm on Tuesday, April 5. The National Center is not participating in nor involved with that press conference.

The National Center for Public Policy Research is aggressively fighting the attacks of big-government activists on food freedom. Recently it has supported Congressional efforts to roll back Obamacare regulations that make it a felony for prepared food providers to make a mistake in calorie counts; questioned the usefulness of government-mandated salt warnings; noted the connection between anti-meat and anti-global warming activism; and questioned the science behind calls to remove processed meats from school cafeterias, among other initiatives. The National Center also sponsors the Free Enterprise Project, which blows the whistle when major corporations engage in left-wing activism or surrender to the political demands of left-wing activists.

The National Center for Public Policy Research, founded in 1982, is a non-partisan, free-market, independent conservative think-tank. Ninety-four percent of its support comes from individuals, less than four percent from foundations, and less than two percent from corporations. It receives over 350,000 individual contributions a year from over 96,000 active recent contributors. Sign up for free issue alerts here or follow us on Twitter at @NationalCenter.

So Which Political Psychopath Are You Fence Posts Voting For This Go Around?

Eugenics rules the day in this country ruled by a corporate plantation owned by sociopathic psychotic political monsters. Voting is without a doubt and act of war against yourselves and your neighbors.

Toxic additive BPA found in 2/3 of canned foods

Infant Paralyzed and Brain-Damaged After 6-Month Vaccinations

Reference source:


Gary Null – HPV Vaccines: Unnecessary and Lethal

Former science chief: ‘MMR fears coming true’




From the source taken for the bases of the making of the video above, page 11 of 13, 3rd paragraph, we read –

Adverse events reported during post-approval use of Tripedia vaccine include idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, SIDS, anaphylactic reaction, cellulitis, autism, convulsion/grand mal convulsion, encephalopathy, hypotonia, neuropathy, somnolence and apnea.

Tripedia Product Approval Information
Diphtheria and Tetanus
Toxoids and Acellular
Pertussis Vaccine Adsorbed