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by Jon Rappoport

June 18 , 2015

"Long-term covert ops sometimes disguise themselves by claiming that the hidden cause of a problem is the cure. So it is with psychiatric drugs, like SSRI antidepressants, which push people into committing murder. In the aftermath of these killings, leaders call for expanded psychiatric screening---which will result in further prescription of those very same drugs." (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

Police report the suspect in the Charleston church shooting, Dylann Roof, has been captured.

This is the latest in a string of crimes in which black-white conflict has been highlighted, pressed, argued, and used, for the purposes of: fanning flames of racial discord, exercising further gun control, and fatuously claiming that universal psychiatric screening and drugging is an answer.

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China consumes almost half the world's antibiotics - and they're coursing through its waterways

Study by national academy finds high levels of the drugs in northern rivers on the mainland and in the south near Hong Kong

The Pearl River is a soup of antibiotics, containing some of the highest concentrations of the medicine found in any of the mainland's waterways, the nation's top science academy has found.

Overuse of antibiotics in humans and animals was to blame for the high levels, according to a recently published paper, one of the first comprehensive studies of the domestic scale of the problem.

The mainland was the world's largest manufacturer and consumer of antibiotics, using about 162,000 tonnes of more than 200 varieties in 2013, it found. Consumption was almost evenly split between humans and animals, researchers said.

But overuse can be dangerous as it allows bacteria to build up a resistance to treatments, reducing their effectiveness over time.

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EDGY TRUTH

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Fear mongering. Media fabrications for sweeps’

week. A nation of scared sheep.

That’s what we’ve become. And nowhere is that more evident than in the Measles’ Vaccine debate (which interestingly enough shouldn’t even be a debate). Since 2003, there have been 0 measles deaths reported. You’d think that’d be enough evidence for the fear mongering parenthood of sheep to rest on, but that would make our lives much too easy.

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GreenMedInfo

June 13th 2015

By: Sayer Ji, Founder

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Since biblical times, dates were to believed to possess profound

healing properties, but only now is science catching up to confirm our

distant ancestors knew exactly what they were talking about.


If you go by the Nutrition Facts panel of an ordinary package of dates, they look more like sugar bombs than a healthy snack. Check this one out:

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But are they really as nutritionally vapid as these label claims make them seem?

Not by a long shot.

When we apply the complementary lenses of modern scientific investigation and ancient wisdom, dates begin to look like both a holy- and a super-food of immense value.

Here's a neat example.

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Abstract

The article addresses the failure of the scientific community to create an effective mechanism to protect the integrity of the scientific literature from improper influence by vested interests. The seriousness of this threat is increasingly recognized. Scientists willing to distort scientific research to serve vested interests receive millions of dollars for their services. Organizations such as the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, the World Association of Medical Editors and the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) have launched initiatives to establish international standards for Conflict of Interest (COI) disclosure. COPE requires its 7,000 member journals to comply with its Code of Conduct for Journal Editors. While these initiatives are encouraging, they are internal educational endeavours only. Five examples are given showing failure of COPE member journals to comply with COPE's Code of Conduct. While COPE offers a complaint process, it involves only discussion and voluntary compliance. COPE neither polices nor enforces its Code. Instead of the current feeble, un-resourced process, which delivers neither transparency nor accountability, the article proposes the creation of a mechanism that will employ specific, effective measures to address contraventions of COI disclosure requirements.

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All five recent cases of the mumps virus in Guelph involved students who had received their vaccinations for measles, mumps and rubella, public health officials say.

Five cases of mumps have been reported to Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health in recent weeks.

Each case involved students at either Bishop Macdonell Catholic High School or Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School.

The city’s public officer of health says vaccination remains the best way to prevent mumps – even if it wasn’t enough in these cases.

“It is possible that there are a few individuals who either did not develop immunity to disease, or that immunity has declined over time,” Dr. Nicole Mercer said Wednesday.

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WASHINGTON — Facing resistance from Pacific trading partners, the Obama administration is no longer demanding protection for pharmaceutical prices under the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership, according to a newly leaked section of the proposed trade accord.

But American negotiators are still pressing participating governments to open the process that sets reimbursement rates for drugs and medical devices. Public health professionals, generic-drug makers and activists opposed to the trade deal, which is still being negotiated, contend that it will empower big pharmaceutical firms to command higher reimbursement rates in the United States and abroad, at the expense of consumers.

“It was very clear to everyone except the U.S. that the initial proposal wasn’t about transparency. It was about getting market access for the pharmaceutical industry by giving them greater access to and influence over decision-making processes around pricing and reimbursement,” said Deborah Gleeson, a lecturer at the School of Psychology and Public Health at La Trobe University in Australia. And even though the section, known as the transparency annex, has been toned down, she said, “I think it’s a shame that the annex is still being considered at all for the T.P.P.”

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Accra (AFP) - Ghana has suspended a trial for an Ebola vaccine after complaints that locals were being needlessly used as "guinea pigs" in a country currently free of the deadly disease.

The West African nation had agreed to join other countries in hosting trials to test the safety and effects of two experimental vaccines against a virus that has killed more than 11,150 people, mainly in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

It had started Phase 1 safety tests on one vaccine developed by US pharmaceutical giant Johnson and Johnson and Denmark's Bavarian Nordic in the southeastern Volta region, giving volunteers a mobile phone and 20 cedis ($4.7, 4.2 euros) each.

But faced with mounting opposition to the trial, Health Minister Alex Segbefia, who is currently out of the country, decided to suspend the tests, his spokesman Tony Goodman told Citi FM radio.

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Does Big Pharma Own America?

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Does Big Pharma Own America?

The political climate in America is heating up — not just because we’re entering a presidential election cycle — but because there’s a perfect storm brewing that is providing corporate access to our political system like never before.

For Californians, it has shown up in the form of Sen. Richard Pan.

Pan, D-Sacramento, is a pediatrician. He has been the driving force behind all major vaccine legislation in California for the past five years. As a state assemblyman, he launched and helped pass AB 2109, legislation signed into law that directly caused a 6% increase in vaccinations statewide from 2010 to 2014 (89% to 94.7%).

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Boy wins £120,000 damages for narcolepsy caused by swine flu vaccine

Ruling comes after government claimed illness was not serious enough to merit payment, and opens door for up to 100 families to seek compensation. A 12-year-old boy has been awarded £120,000 by a court that agreed he had been left severely disabled by narcolepsy triggered by the swine flu vaccine, following a three-year battle in which the government had claimed that his illness was not serious enough to merit payment.
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