Russophobic US Intelligence Community Heads Are Liars

Russophobic US Intelligence Community Heads Are Liars

by Stephen Lendman ( – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Accusing Russia of interfering in America’s 2016 presidential election and others is a colossal hoax – cooked up by Obama’s CIA director John Brennan, hired by NBC News to deceive viewers, discussed in an earlier article.

In testimonies before Senate Intelligence Committee members, heads of America’s intelligence community falsely claimed Russia intends interfering in November midterm elections – no evidence cited because none exists.

Russia threatens no one. It doesn’t meddle in the internal affairs of other nations the way Washington does all the time.

Claims otherwise reflect deep-seated Russophobia. Washington considers Russia its main adversary.

Trump’s triumph over media darling Hillary unleashed a firestorm of deep state anti-Trump/anti-Russia/anti-Putin hostility – escalating what began intensely after Donbass freedom fighters rejected US-installed Kiev putschist rule and Crimeans overwhelmingly voted to rejoin Russia.

Putin is vilified for defending his nation’s sovereignty, along with respecting the sovereign rights of all nations, including Syria, Iran and others Washington wants replaced with pro-Western puppet regimes.

America’s intelligence community is hostile to peace, equity and justice. It’s militantly opposed to all sovereign independent nations, especially Russia.

Neocon director of national intelligence Dan Coates lied, telling Senate Intelligence Committee members “the United States is under attack,” adding:

“There should be no doubt that Russia perceives its past efforts as successful and views the 2018 US midterm elections as a potential target for Russian influence operations.”

No “past efforts” in interfering with America’s electoral process occurred – none earlier, none planned, no evidence suggesting otherwise.

CIA, NSA, FBI and other intelligence heads repeated the same Big Lies – Coates claiming without justification that “Russia (will) continue using propaganda, social media, false-flag personas, sympathetic spokespeople, and other means of influence to try to exacerbate social and political fissures in the United States.”

NSA director Mike Rogers turned truth on its head, claiming Russian interference “is not going to change or stop.”

Neocon undemocratic Dem Senator Mark Warner lied, saying “(m)ake no mistake. This threat did not begin in 2016, and it certainly didn’t end with the election,” adding:

“What we are seeing is a continuous assault by Russia to target and undermine our democratic institutions, and they are going to keep coming at us.” 

“Despite all of this, the president inconceivably continues to deny the threat posed by Russia. He didn’t increase sanctions on Russia when he had a chance to do so.” 

“He hasn’t even tweeted a single concern. This threat demands a whole-of-government response, and that needs to start with leadership at the top.” 

Last week from Colombia, Rex Tillerson lied, claiming Russia already is beginning to interfere in this November’s midterm elections. 

In Mexico, he falsely warned about Russian interference in its elections scheduled for July. Weeks earlier, neocon CIA director Mike Pompeo lied, claiming Russia will try interfering in US November elections.

Anti-Russia accusations persist without letup – most Americans unaware they’re being lied to.

I’ve stressed numerous time before that no evidence suggests Russian interference in past or upcoming US elections – nor any in other countries.

Claims otherwise are Big Lies.

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Canadian Community Works With Elders To Learn Traditional Remedies To Treat Cancer Patients

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“When you take care of the land, the land will also take care of you.” — Melinda Laboucan

Melinda Laboucan is the community cancer co-ordinator for Goba in Fort Good Hope, Northwest Territories. Goba is a a group of volunteers for those who aim to raise awareness about cancer and traditional treatment methods.

“I lost my mom back in 2011 … and seeing how other people had stepped out to come support us, I’ve always wanted to return that favour back,” Melinda says.

She now spends her time out on the land with the elders collecting spruce gum, buds and chaga mushrooms to assist those suffering with cancer in her community and utilize traditional remedies that have tremendous healing capacity.

The elders of this community teach about more than just remedies. Laboucan explains, “Before we pick it, the elders mentioned to us that we have to make an offering to the land.”

She said they would offer tobacco, food, tea, coffee or anything they had really to the land to show respect and to honour it.

“When you take care of the land it will also take care of you.”

The elders showed the group how to prepare the medicine. They make salves and teas and the main ingredients that the elders use to treat cancer patients are chaga mushrooms and spruce.

Spruce gum can be turned into a cream and be used to treat cuts, burns and many other skin irritations and can be especially helpful after radiation treatment.

“It’s very good for keeping the burns from getting any more worse, and to soothe the pain,” said Roger Plouffe, a member of Goba who has a background in science.

Spruce buds can be boiled down into a liquid that can treat coughs, sore throats and colds.

Chaga mushrooms, which are typically found on birch trees are of much better quality when grown in more Northern climates than the ones that are found in warmer temperatures, according to Plouffe.

Chaga mushrooms can be used on cancer patients to reduce swelling and also to build up the immune system. The elders make tea from the hard, woody mushrooms, but are careful not to boil the water because it can kill some of the benefits. Plouffe says that the mushrooms can also help increase the appetite of the patients.

Plouffe argues that because the remedies are all natural, they don’t have any side effects at all, unless you take too much, then you could get diarrhea.

“I’ve seen what the medicine can do. It is absolutely amazing,” said Plouffe, who recalled helping an individual with an infection on their hands. It was healed the next day, after applying spruce gum salve on them.

“The doctors were amazed,” said Plouffe. “It’s very, very powerful. And science is now starting to figure out why.”

This study shows how a continuous intake of chaga mushroom was able to completely suppress cancer progression.

This Is So Important

We are lucky to still have some of this knowledge that has been passed down from one generation to the next. These traditional methods of treatment are often gravely underestimated, but as we can see they are proven to be quite beneficial. We don’t want to lose this knowledge forever, as we likely have already lost a lot of it. There are so many medicinal plants in nature that the elders who have maintained their connection to the land are aware of, but if we don’t continue to learn about these treatments and rely solely on Big Pharma for treatment methods, I truly believe we are in trouble.

Scientists should be working directly with these elders that have extensive knowledge of the plants and herbal medicines that they have been using for centuries, otherwise there is tremendous healing potential that is wasted.

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Just some food for thought…


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Community Horrified as Cops Kill Upstanding, Unarmed Citizen Traveling to Spiritual Retreat


Community members are horrified and searching for answers after a beloved citizen of Hutchinson, Kansas, was shot and killed by a federal officer while traveling to a spiritual retreat.

Tyler Miller, 51, was driving on a curvy, mountain road in the Coconino National Forest in Arizona when he lost control of his pickup truck and hit a large rock, according to a report from KWCH News. However, the details regarding what happened between the time Miller crashed and the time a federal officer opened fire on him, are still largely unknown.

Attorney Matt Bretz confirmed that the Miller family is still awaiting more information from the FBI, which is currently investigating the shooting:

“He was on his way to a spiritual retreat north of Sedona. The road is a bit curvy. He lost control of the vehicle, went off the road and hit a large rock, and then it becomes rather vague as to what happened, and the FBI hasn’t been able to tell us or hasn’t told us yet. At some point after the collision, Mr. Miller exited his vehicle, and was shot by a forest ranger.”  

The Sedona Red Rock News reported that the shooting occurred around 4:15 p.m. on Jan. 5, and the U.S. Forest Service employee involved was female. The FBI was called to investigate the shooting because it happened on federal land.

A statement from the FBI’s Phoenix office claimed that a U.S. Forest Service officer “stopped to help” Miller after he was involved in a wreck. However, the agency did not include details about what occurred when the officer approached Miller, how long the encounter lasted, or why it turned deadly.

The FBI did admit that Miller was not armed, and it claimed that all that is known about the incident right now is that after Miller “got out of his crashed vehicle a U.S. Forest Service officer shot [Miller] near the scene of the accident.”

The agency has also given conflicting reports concerning the status of the officer who killed Miller. While the initial report stated that “a Forest Service law enforcement officer who was involved in the shooting was not injured,” an update to the original story from KWCH claimed that “the officer was also wounded in a subsequent altercation.”

The FBI has not said if the officer who shot Miller was wearing a Body Cam, and it has not indicated whether the Dash Cam footage from the incident will be released. The agency has confirmed that it will turn the case over to the U.S. Attorney’s Office to determine if the officer will face charges.

Bretz told Fox 10 Phoenix that Miller was “a kind, hard-working businessman, and was married to his high school sweetheart for 28 years.” His wife and four sons are now left searching for answers about what led up to his tragic death.

“If you were to ask about what is most memorable characteristic is, most people would say his smile,” Bretz said. “For the family trying to understand what happened, it’s just unimaginable.”  

The Hutchinson News described Tyler Miller as “everyone’s best friend” in a heartfelt tribute that told the story of his impact on his community. In addition to owning several businesses in the town, Miller also influenced the lives of the people around him by giving them a second chance.

“He trusted people. He gave jobs to people everybody else had turned their backs on. Ty would give them a hand up and a chance,” said Christine Throckmorton, who has worked for Miller for eight years.

Beau Erhardt, a bondsman who worked for Miller’s company, told the Hutchinson News that he will be remembered as a man who would have done anything for his family.

“Above all, he was a family guy, and he thought the world of his wife and sons,” Erhardt said. “He never missed his sons’ ball game or wrestling match. Because he was very centered around family, so he wanted to know his friends’ families.”

Erhardt said Miller was generous to both his employees and to other members of the community. One week ago, he was ordering lunch at Chick-fil-A when he decided to pay for the meals of the people in line behind him. “Ironically, they were police officers,” Erhardt said.

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Motherboard & VICE Are Building a Community Internet Network

The net neutrality battle has been exhausting. It has come at enormous cost in time, energy, attention, and money.

Fundamentally, the net neutrality fight is one where the best possible outcome is preserving the status quo: an internet landscape and connection infrastructure that is dominated by big telecom monopolies. Simply put, the internet is too important to rely on politicians and massive corporations to protect it.

In order to preserve net neutrality and the free and open internet, we must end our reliance on monopolistic corporations and build something fundamentally different: internet infrastructure that is locally owned and operated and is dedicated to serving the people who connect to it.

The good news is a better internet infrastructure is possible: Small communities, nonprofits, and startup companies around the United States have built networks that rival those built by big companies. Because these networks are built to serve their communities rather than their owners, they are privacy-focused and respect net neutrality ideals. These networks are proofs-of-concept around the country that a better internet is possible.

Today, Motherboard and VICE Media are committing to be part of the change we’d like to see. We will build a community network based at our Brooklyn headquarters that will provide internet connections for our neighborhood. We will also connect to the broader NYC Mesh network in order to strengthen a community network that has already decided the status quo isn’t good enough.

We are in the very early stages of this process and have begun considering dark fiber to light up, hardware to use, and organizations to work with, support, and learn from. To be clear and to answer a few questions I’ve gotten: This network will be connected to the real internet and will be backed by fiber from an internet exchange. It will not rely on a traditional ISP.

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Historic bank transformed into modern library & community hub

It should be a mantra for preservationists and conscientious designers alike: “The greenest building is the one that is already standing.” Some may make the case for newer builds that are more airtight and energy-efficient, but renovating old structures can take twice as much labour (jobs!) and half the materials. Such is the case when older buildings can be rehabilitated and converted to be used in a way other than their original function, instead of tearing them down, generating a lot of waste and expending a lot of money and virgin resources to build something new.

In the small town of Newbern in Alabama, the masonry walls and glass facade of an existing bank building have been completely renovated by a group of students from Auburn University’s Rural Studio, a hands-on architectural design program founded in 1993 that brings high-quality design to underserved rural areas. In this case, community leaders approached Rural Studio for a library project that would function as a communal hub, offering space for after-school activities, and public Internet access — the first in this small town of only 200 residents.

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The bank building, located in Newbern’s downtown, was donated by a local family, and its brick walls and glass front has been preserved but upgraded with a simple metal awning that announces the presence of this new community spot, say the designers:

The white brick exterior of the Bank Building remains in-tact to preserve the memories of the historic Bank Building, while the interior of the building provides opportunities to learn about the town’s history and heritage.

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The interior has been completely renovated to allow it to function as a library: rows of neat, CNC-cut birch plywood shelving were installed, to match the wooden panelling on the ceiling. With the addition of recessed lighting, the result is a warm, welcoming space that is modernist in aesthetic as well.

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At the rear of the project, a 700-square-foot (65-square-metre) cypress wood-clad extension has been added to accommodate deep-set alcoves that are multipurpose in nature: people can bring their books or laptops to read or study here.

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In keeping with the theme of preservation, the bank’s old vault door and pine flooring have been kept, to remind visitors of the building’s history. Recycled bricks line the ground and walls of an adjacent courtyard, which are used for outdoor events and activities.

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Besides exemplifying the virtues of adaptive reuse, the project also represents something meaningful for a tight-knit community: rather than demolishing a cherished landmark, it’s transformed into something new that benefits the whole town, creating new memories and experiences that can be shared, and shared again. To see more, visit Rural Studio.

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Study: The medical community isn’t prepared for the looming pandemic of neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s

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Parkinson’s disease is the second most common neurodegenerative disease plaguing people today, with an estimated 1 million Americans are battling this illness – more than Lou Gehrig’s disease, muscular dystrophy and multiple sclerosis combined. Parkinson’s causes certain nerve cells in the brain to die, affecting movement and causing worsening tremors and stiffness. The direct and indirect costs associated with the disease are believed to exceed $25 billion a year.

Now, a disturbing new study by researchers from the University of Rochester Medical Center has warned that the number of patients battling the disease will “soon grow to pandemic proportions.”

The number of people diagnosed with Parkinson’s more than doubled between 1990 and 2015. While around 6.9 million people around the world are thought to currently have the disease, experts warn that an aging population is likely to cause this number to increase to over 14 million by 2040. It is also believed that Parkinson’s will soon overtake Alzheimer’s as the leading neurodegenerative disease.

“Pandemics are usually equated with infectious diseases like Zika, influenza, and HIV,” said Ray Dorsey, M.D., a neurologist with the Rochester Medical Center. “But neurological disorders are now the leading cause of disability in the world and the fastest growing is Parkinson’s disease.”

Parkinson’s is not generally thought of as a lifestyle disease, with the general explanation being that it is caused by unusually low dopamine levels, but that the reasons the disease develops are not clearly understood. It is obvious from the sharp increase in the number of cases in recent decades, however, that the modern lifestyle or environment must be contributing in some way. (Related: Depression linked with higher incidence of Parkinson’s disease – Research.)

This was confirmed by a study published in the journal Acta Neurologica Scandinavia in 2003, which screened 5,632 random people for Parkinson’s disease and investigated the links between the 113 people found to have the disease and certain lifestyle issues like smoking and exposure to pesticides. The study found that “age, male gender, and pesticide-use license were significantly related to PD [Parkinson’s disease].”

So, there is clear evidence that there are underlying causes fueling this Parkinson’s epidemic. However, instead of trying to find these causes, the researchers that conducted the University of Rochester Medical Center study are encouraging a totally different approach – one that would make Big Pharma very happy. (Related: Keep track of the latest developments at

The authors argue that PD patients should lobby pharmaceutical companies to come up with more and better treatments, just as patients with HIV did in previous decades.

“People with HIV infection simply demanded better treatments and successfully rallied for both awareness and new treatments, literally chaining themselves to the doors of pharmaceutical companies,” said Bastiaan Bloem, M.D., Ph.D., from the Radboud University Medical Center in the Netherlands.

“Today, HIV has become a treatable, chronic disease,” he added. “This upcoming increase in the number of Parkinson patients is striking and frankly worrisome. We feel it is urgent that people with Parkinson’s go to the pharmaceutical industry and policymakers alike, demanding immediate action to fight this enormous threat.”

At Natural News we believe that prevention is always better than cure, and that fighting for Big Pharma to dole out more chemical treatments is not the solution.

While some risk factors for PD are out of our control – for example, males are 50 percent more likely to develop PD than females – there are a number of natural remedies that have been proven to reduce the risk of developing this debilitating illness.

Medical News Today reports on two of these:

Curcumin – an ingredient found in the spice turmeric, is apparently effective in preventing the clumping of a protein involved in Parkinson’s disease, according to scientists from Michigan State University.

Flavonoids – adult males who regularly eat foods rich in flavonoids appear to have a considerably lower risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, compared to others who do not, researchers in the U.S.A. and U.K. reported in the journal Neurology. Examples of foods include berries, apples, some vegetables, tea and red wine. In this study, the protective effects come from anthocyanins, a subclass of flavonoids.

So, there are at least three lifestyle changes we can make to help prevent the oncoming pandemic of Parkinson’s disease: Limit exposure to pesticides; add turmeric to your daily diet; and increase your intake of flavonoid-rich foods like apples and red wine.

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10 False Claims Made By The “Pro Vaccine” Community

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We’re living in an age where parents increasingly report that their typically developing children declined cognitively and physically after receiving vaccines. Despite the sound science supporting these parent claims, government agencies and mainstream media continue issuing the now shopworn mantra that vaccines are “safe and effective” ignoring published research and even common sense that indicate otherwise.

World Mercury Project has put together a list of the most common misrepresentations in the vaccine safety debate and provided the facts and references that support the reality that vaccines can and do cause injuries including autism and many other adverse health outcomes.  

Claim 1. Vaccines save lives

Claim 2. Vaccines don’t cause autism.

Claim 3. All vaccines have been rigorously tested and are completely safe

This is patently false. The reason Congress exempted vaccine makers from liability in 1986 was BECAUSE vaccines were causing harm. Since the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Act went into effect, the federal government program has paid out 3.8 billion dollars in vaccine injuries and death.

  • In 2011, the Supreme Court ruled that vaccines are “unavoidably unsafe.”
  • The current CDC pediatric schedule recommends children receive as many as nine vaccines all at the same office visit. The safety of combining vaccines, which include aborted fetal tissue, mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, animal and human DNA, and more—in infants and young children has not been tested.
  • There are no large-scale studies comparing health outcomes in vaccinated children vs. those who haven’t received vaccines. However, a recent peer-reviewed studyfound that vaccinated children had an increased risk of autism (4.2 times), ADHD (4.2 times), learning disabilities (5.2 times), eczema (2.9 times) and an astounding 30 times the risk of allergic rhinitis compared to unvaccinated children.
  • In 2016, the Vaccine Injury Adverse Reporting System (VAERS) collected 59,117 reports of adverse events from vaccines, including 432 deaths, 1091 permanent disabilities, 4,132 hospitalizations and 10,284 emergency room visits. According to HHS, the reported events are only 1% of the actual number. Therefore, the U.S is likely experiencing millions of adverse reactions from vaccines per year.


Claim 4. Vaccinations produce herd immunity and prevent dangerous, even deadly, diseases. Anti-vaxxers are causing epidemics and eroding the public trust.

  • Herd immunity cannot be achieved through vaccination if vaccines aren’t effective. The Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR) vaccine is just one that isn’t working. Mumps cases in the U.S. have been on the rise in recent years with over 5,000 cases reported in 2016, more than any year in the past decade, and they are occurring in highly vaccinated populations. Recent outbreaks of disease in vaccinated populations are proving that all vaccines are not efficacious. Additionally, immunity from vaccines is usually temporary unlike the lifelong immunity typically produced by experiencing a childhood illness.
  • In 2010, two former Merck virologists filed a federal lawsuit claiming that Merck committed fraud in lying about the efficacy of the mumps component of their MMR vaccine. The suit, now in the hands of a federal judge, charges that Merck was aware of the declining efficacy of the mumps vaccine but still claimed it was 95% effective.
  • As the CDC continues to deny that there is a vaccine safety problem, studies show that the biggest impediment to broad vaccine acceptance and coverage is public mistrust of government regulators.
  • Bernadine Healy, former director of the National Institutes of Health, said that public distrust is growing because of inaction on the part of agencies regarding vaccine safety.
  • The only polio that is diagnosed now in America is the vaccine strain and those cases are compensated in Vaccine Court.
  • Ironically, many of today’s vaccines don’t actually prevent the vaccinated individual from harboring and transmitting the disease in question. This is true of pertussis,  diphtheria, and as already noted, polio.
  • The death rate from measles as far back as 1922 was extremely low—4.3 in 100,000. Consider that this was nearly 100 years ago—before electric refrigerators, before washing machines, before antibiotics, and IV hydration, and the advances of modern medicine.
  • Eight years before the measles vaccine was introduced, children went to school, and even to Disneyland, which opened its doors in 1955, and mothers didn’t live in fear of routine illnesses like measles.

Claim 5. Thimerosal (ethyl mercury) was taken out of vaccines in 1999 and autism rates still continued to rise. Also, the ethyl mercury in vaccines is less toxic than methyl mercury. 

  • Between 1999 and 2003, thimerosal was being gradually removed from the Hep B, Hib and DTaP vaccines. However, the exposure to thimerosal due to flu shots was simultaneously ramping up.  Flu shots were originally recommended for pregnant women in 1997 but, initially, uptake of these shots was low (only 12.4% by 2002).  In 2004, the CDC recommended flu shots for all pregnant women in any trimester.  By 2012-2013, uptake of flu shots during pregnancy had steadily increased to approximately 50%.  So, the children born after 2004 were increasingly likely to have been exposed to thimerosal in utero, and a lot of it.
  • Concurrently, in 2001, the CDC recommended flu vaccines for high-risk infants over six months of age.  In January 2003, the CDC recommended routine annual flu shots for all children starting at six months of age.  Coverage initially was very low.  In the 2002–2003 and 2003–2004 influenza seasons, only 4.4% and 8.4% of children, respectively, were fully vaccinated for flu.  In the 2004-2005 flu season, the childhood uptake rate had shot up to 48%.  In the years after the phase out of mercury in the Hep B, Hib, and DTaP, children were increasingly being exposed to thimerosal through flu shots.  In 2004, over 90% of the flu shot supply was preserved with thimerosal.
  • There is no justification for injecting mercury, a known neurotoxin, into anyone, but definitely not pregnant women and children. The developing fetus is especially vulnerable to mercury exposure because fetal cord blood mercury levels are typically about double the mother’s mercury blood levels. Approximately 36 million flu shots containing 25 mcg. of mercury are in the supply for the 2017-2018 flu season.
  • A 2017 CDC study reviewing data from the 2010-11 and 2011-2012 flu seasons linked spontaneous abortions to flu vaccines, finding that women vaccinated with the inactivated influenza vaccine had 3.7-fold greater odds of spontaneous abortion within 23 days than women not receiving the vaccine. For women who received the H1N1 vaccine in both seasons covered in the study, the odds of spontaneous abortion in the 28 days after receving a flu vaccine was 7.7 times greater. The vast majority of flu vaccines available during the seasons studied were multi-dose formulations containing 25 mcg. of mercury.
  • Meningococcal vaccines may still contain 25mcg of mercury from thimerosal. Using EPA guidelines for mercury exposure, an individual should weigh 550 lbs. to “safely” process this amount of mercury. Of course, this is based on the INGESTION of methyl mercury. No guidelines have been established for INJECTING any form of mercury. Thimerosal is still included in “trace amounts” in other vaccines.
  • Not only has thimerosal never been completely taken out of vaccines, but much more aluminum was—and continues to be—added, again with no scientific research to support the safety of doing so.
  • Despite claims made by vaccine pundits and repeated in the media, ethyl mercury found in vaccines is not safer than methyl mercury found in fish. A recent meta-analysis showed that inorganic mercury has a half-life in the brain of several years. This is concerning since we know infant primates exposed to equal amounts of ethyl mercury compared to methyl mercury were found to have more than double the amount of inorganic mercury deposited into their brain tissue.
  • While it’s true that ethyl mercury clears the blood more quickly than methyl mercury, the organs of toxicity are the brain and kidneys. Ethyl mercury rapidly crosses into the brain where it gets trapped and is not easily excreted. Clearing the blood does not mean that the ethyl mercury has left the body.
  • Curiously, one division of the FDA has labeled thimerosal as not being “Generally Recognized As being Safe and Effective (GRASE), while another branch continues to allow the use of thimerosal in vaccines and over 130 prescription drugs. 

Claim 6. The study by Wakefield claiming a link between the MMR vaccine and autism has been disproven. This study was retracted and the author discredited. Other MMR studies prove no link as well.

  • The Wakefield Lancet paper never claimed that the MMR causes autism. Wakefield presented case histories of 12 children with bowel disease and autistic regression their parents claimed occurred after the MMR shot. Wakefield called for more study. From the conclusion: We did not prove an association between measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine and the syndrome described.
  • Since the paper’s retraction, senior level CDC scientist turned whistleblower Dr. William Thompson said that a 2004 CDC study found an association with the MMR and the onset of autism in African-American boys and in children with no other developmental concerns before the vaccine, a condition they termed “isolated autism.” Thompson submitted thousands of documents to Congressman Bill Posey of Florida in 2014 regarding his claims. Subsequently, Congressman Posey made a statement from the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives saying, in part: 

“Regardless of the subject matter, parents making decisions about their children’s health deserve to have the best information available to them. They should be able to count on federal agencies to tell them the truth…In August 2014, Dr. William Thompson, a senior scientist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, worked with a whistleblower attorney to provide my office with documents related to a 2004 CDC study that examinedthe possibility of a relationship between [the] mumps, measles, rubella vaccine and autism. In a statement released in August, 2014, Dr. Thompson stated, ‘I regret that my co-authors and I omitted statistically significant information in our 2004 articlpublished in the journal Pediatrics.’ “          

Since 2014, requests to allow Dr. William Thompson to testify have been denied by the CDC.

Claim 7. Autism is genetic, not environmental. There is no epidemic because changing diagnostic criteria explains the rise.

  • There is no such thing as a genetic epidemic and diagnostic substitution cannot account for the skyrocketing numbers of children now diagnosed with autism.
  • What we can glean from the science is that autism requires an environmental triggerto cause the epidemic increases we’re seeing in not only autism, but ADHD, tics, allergies and a laundry list of other childhood disorders that we have not seen in past generations.
  • Researchers have been searching for the elusive autism gene for decades and still haven’t found it despite spending hundreds of millions of dollars in their pursuit. There may be as many as 1,000 genes involved in autism risk and many of the most promising genetic findings are acquired mutations that point to environmental factors as the cause of the mutations. The expansion of genetic studies has found that, in families who have two children diagnosed with autism, the siblings often don’t share the same gene changes, which has raised the possibility that the disorder isn’t inherited even when it runs in families. This begs the question of shared environmental factors or risk conditions.
  • One of the largest twin studies to date published in 2011 also found the role of the environment has been underestimated.  The study found that the children’s environment represents more than 1/2 the susceptibility: 55% in severe autism and 58% in the broader spectrum, while genetics was involved in 37% and 38% of the risk respectively.
  • We often hear that autism starts in utero because initial studies that looked at abnormal brain growth associated with autism reported the abnormalities occurred prenatally, but that work has been challenged by Harvard researchers who used advanced imaging techniques and reported that the brain overgrowth was being driven by the white matter of the brain.  The observed overgrowth of the white matter occurred after birth and may be related to the process of myelination. The white matter overgrowth was also seen in infants with developmental language disorders, which is often one of the first symptoms of autism in children.

Claim 8.  The United States already has a vaccine safety commission

  • Any appearance of vaccine safety efforts made by the CDC and its pundits is a facade. A government agency charged with ensuring high vaccination uptake in the population should not be entrusted to ensure that vaccines are as safe as possible.
  • The CDC is in the vaccine business, a tremendous conflict of interest when that same agency is tasked with promoting mass-scale vaccination. According to a 2003 UPI Investigation, the CDC held 28 vaccine licensing agreements at that time. In 2017, another analysis found that the CDC now holds at least 57 patents related to vaccines.
  • Members of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, who determine vaccine recommendations, are allowed to have financial conflicts, some even profiting from the vaccine decisions the committee recommends.
  • The revolving door between the CDC and the vaccine industry is blatant and has gone unchecked for decades. 

Claim 9. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is an “anti-vaxxer”

  • This type of bullying terminology is an attempt to censor opinion and silence debate. There are very real problems with vaccine safety, efficacy, pharmaceutical influence in public interest decision making and policy, and conflicts of interest among the regulators of our government agencies expected to protect Americans from harm. That is the story that needs to be covered. Name calling does nothing to advance the discussion of these critical issues.
  • Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. ensured that all of his six children were fully vaccinated. But when he read the independent, peer-reviewed research linking vaccines with serious health conditions and talked to pharmaceutical and government “experts”, he was convinced that mercury was driving the epidemic of neurological and immunological injuries impacting today’s children in numbers never before seen in history.
  • Kennedy was also concerned over the lack of true vaccine safety science. The few existing CDC safety studies are rife with errors and additionally, CDC whistleblower William Thompson claims some of them to be fraudulent.
  • Proclaiming that Mr. Kennedy is “anti-vaccine” effectively dismisses not only what tens of thousands of parents have witnessed but also what a growing amount of published, reputable science is bearing out. He wants trustworthy regulators who will actually do their jobs in protecting the health of our nation’s citizens.

Claim 10. Unvaccinated people make others sick. Vaccines should be mandatory with no philosophical, medical or religious exemptions.

  • History shows us that vaccinated people can also spread diseases and infections. This is well illustrated by the 2016 Harvard mumps outbreak and the 2017 mumps outbreak at Syracuse University wherein all people diagnosed with mumps had received both recommended doses of the MMR vaccine. As mentioned above, according to two former Merck virologists who worked on the mumps portion of the MMR, the mumps vaccine is not effective.
  • In addition to the lack of efficacy in vaccines such as the MMR, vaccines made with live viruses such as MMR, chicken pox, rotavirus, influenza, and shingles can cause shedding of the viruses to the close contacts of  those vaccinated. When it comes to the safety and well-being of their children, parents and caregivers have every right to pose questions, no matter the topic. Parents research the safest car seats, cribs, strollers and everything else that involves their children. Vaccines should also be on the table for questioning, researching, discussing, or criticizing. And if parents decide to refuse vaccines for their children, those decisions should be respected.
  • “One size fits all” is a questionable policy when it comes to medical treatment. Knowledgeable doctors realize that there isn’t a single medical procedure that works well for the entire population—and that includes vaccines. Published science also supports the fact that some people with genetic predispositions or biological susceptibilities should not have vaccines.  We desperately need more research in this area so we can identify those likely to be harmed so we can modify their vaccine schedule. Have we traded acute childhood illness for lifelong chronic disease? The American public is become increasingly aware of the rapid decline in the health of our nation’s children and are worried that the ever-expanding childhood vaccine schedule—that has tripled since the 1980’s—may be responsible for the current epidemic of serious childhood health conditions.  These concerns are warranted given the fact that over half of the children in this country—54%–now have a chronic health condition.
  • Mandated vaccines are in direct opposition to informed consent, the number one tenet of the Nuremberg CodeThe voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential.

Ignoring facts, research and conflicts of interest within regulatory agencies has created a smoke screen to cover the obvious truth of the matter—vaccines are not as safe and effective as our government agencies and mainstream media would have us believe. Vaccines can and do cause serious injuries including autism and many other adverse health outcomes.

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Retirement Community Resident Allegedly Tested Homemade Poison On Neighbors

A Vermont woman living in a retirement community has been arrested for allegedly making a deadly poison and testing it out on her fellow residents.

Betty Miller, 70, allegedly harvested castor beans and processed them into powdered ricin at Wake Robin, a senior living facility in Shelburne, Seven Days Vermont reports. She’s facing a charge of possession of an unregistered select agent.

An FBI affidavit filed in court Thursday said that Miller was making the powder to ultimately injure herself, but she “wanted to test the effectiveness” on other people.

Law enforcement got involved Tuesday after Miller went to the University of Vermont Medical Center and asked to be evaluated, according to New England Cable News. She allegedly told staff there she had made ricin and had been putting it into the food and drinks of other residents over the past few weeks.

Investigators subsequently say they found the powder in Miller’s kitchen. An FBI release says her home also contained a number of other plants known to produce toxins.

The Vermont Department of Health told the Burlington Free Press on Friday that it knew of one person from the facility who likely became sick from ricin poisoning.

During her hearing on Friday, a U.S. magistrate judge acknowledged that Miller had a history of mental health issues. Fellow residents of Wake Robin who spoke with the news station said they were surprised at the allegations, describing her as a sweet woman devoted to her dog.

Wake Robin President Patrick McKee said in a statement released Friday that Miller will not be returning to the retirement community.

Ricin, a poison that featured prominently on the AMC series “Breaking Bad,” occurs naturally in castor beans. Miller reportedly learned how to process castor beans into powdered ricin from the internet. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, symptoms of ricin poisoning vary widely depending on the dose and how a person was exposed, but may include heavy sweating, breathing trouble, vomiting or diarrhea. A high enough dose could cause death within 36 to 72 hours.

  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

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