Jewish Writer Hertzberg Tells Us of Voltaire’s Warning of Jews are “Deadly to the Human Race”

Jewish Writer Hertzberg Tells Us of Voltaire’s Warning of Jews are “Deadly to the Human Race”


Today Duke had a discussion with British author Andy Hitchcock. They talked about a 50-year-old article in the New York Review of Books written by a Jewish rabbi by the name of Arthur Hertzberg, who reviewed the book The French Enlightenment and the Jews, which tried to make the case that the French Enlightenment giant Voltaire was not an anti-semite. Hertzberg disagreed, quoting Voltaire as saying “The Kaffirs, the Hottentots, and the Negroes of Guinea are much more reasonable and more honest people than your ancestors, the Jews. You have surpassed all nations in impertinent fables, in bad conduct, and in barbarism. You deserve to be punished, for this is your destiny.”

He went on to quote Voltaire as saying about the Jews “They are, all of them, born with raging fanaticism in their hearts, just as the Bretons and the Germans are born with blond hair. I would not be in the least bit surprised if these people would not some day become deadly to the human race.”


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As Tamiflu Hits Record Sales, It’s Making Kids Hallucinate and Turn Deadly Violent


The 2017-2018 flu season is turning out to be one of the worst outbreaks in recent history. Already this year, the flu has claimed the lives of dozens of children and hospitalized countless others. In the midst of the turmoil and sickness, however, the medication to treat the flu—Tamiflu—is also reportedly claiming lives.

As this is one of the worst outbreaks, the makers of Tamiflu are seeing record sales. However, this is not good for the children whose parents are coming forward to expose the horrendous side effects caused by the medicine which—in some instances—have proven to be far worse than getting the flu.

Oseltamivir, the antiviral medication marketed as Tamiflu, is used to treat flu symptoms caused by influenza virus in patients who have had symptoms for less than 2 days. While there are plenty of common side-effects ranging from hives to difficulty breathing, some of the less common side effects have parents crying foul.

Some people using Tamiflu have had rare side effects of sudden confusion, delirium, hallucinations, unusual behavior, or self-injury. Adding to the ominous nature of these side-effects is the fact that these symptoms have occurred most often in children.

Last month, 16-year-old Charlie Harp was given Tamiflu, the entirely normal boy then took his own life hours later.

“Had I known this was an issue, I would’ve never given it to him,” remarked Jackie Ray, Harp’s aunt and guardian.

The parents of a six-year-old little girl gave their daughter Tamiflu and she began hallucinating, ran away, and then tried to kill herself by jumping out of a window.

“She was about to jump out the window when my wife came up and grabbed her,” recalled the girl’s father, who wanted to stay anonymous.

As KRBK reports, the Wallens say their 2-year-old son, Steven, was twitching, hallucinating, and slamming his head in pain after taking the medicine after being diagnosed with the flu.

“When I walked in the room I was greeted with him slapping me across the face, and then continually smacking his head into the pillow saying ‘ouch, ouch, ouch,’” says Andrea Wallen, Steven’s mother.

When they stopped giving him Tamiflu, the erratic behavior stopped.

“Tamiflu, like any medication, has potential side effects,” Dr. Amy Edwards, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital explained to News 5 Cleveland.

Among them: “neuropsychiatric” side effects.

Because there are so many people now taking Tamiflu, the side-effects are skyrocketing. “We are seeing the side effects more this year than we’ve seen it in previous years, but that’s just because the total number of kids taking the medication has gone up, not because there’s something wrong with the medicine itself,” cautioned Dr. Edwards.

However, while these dangerous side effects are rare, they are experienced by one to two percent of children. A one in fifty shot that your child may try to take their own life is a pretty big deal. Parents are now faced with the choice to medicate their kids to fight the flu virus or let them ride it out.

Doctors are urging parents to consider their options when their child has the flu, only recommending that high-risk children get the medicine and if they do take it, watch them closely.

“For the parents who are insisting that their kid get Tamiflu because of how scared they are about the pediatric deaths we’ve had, if your kid is not high risk, then you do need to think about the fact that this drug does come with side effects, and so we do not give it to every person that has influenza routinely,” Dr. Edwards explained.

If your child has taken Tamiflu, experts are saying to take them to the hospital immediately if they experience any change in behavior.

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STUDY: Over 30% of All ‘FDA-Approved’ Drugs Have Grave and Deadly Side Effects


Close to one-third of drugs approved by the FDA are found to have safety problems, according to a research report from The Journal of the American Medical Association.

JAMA’s report stated that these safety issues, known as “postmarket safety events,” are “common after FDA approval, highlighting the importance of continuous monitoring of the safety of novel therapeutics throughout their life cycle.”

Every single day in the United States, 1,000 people are treated in emergency departments for a single FDA-approved drug—opioids. Opioid drug overdoses now kill more people annually than the number of Americans who died in the Vietnam war.

However, it’s not only opioids. Acetaminophen overdose is actually the leading cause for calls to Poison Control Centers across the US—more than 100,000 instances per year—and, each year, is responsible for: More than 56,000 emergency room visits. 2,600 hospitalizations. An estimated 458 deaths due to acute liver failure.

According to some estimates, Antidepressants, which are handed out like candy with the FDA’s blessing, cause over 40,000 deaths per year.

The death toll from the three aforementioned medications tops 100,000 annually, yet still there are countless others.

The study sought to identify the “frequency of postmarket safety events” of FDA-approved drugs. It revealed that 222 “novel therapeutics” were approved by the FDA between 2001 and 2010. Out of those 222 FDA-approved products, there were 123 safety issues later found in 71, or 32 percent, of the approved drugs. Actions taken for the 71 drugs included withdrawal of the substance, new safety announcements highlighting discovered risks, and issuing “black box” warnings.

These safety problems “were more frequent among biologics, therapeutics indicated for the treatment of psychiatric disease, those receiving accelerated approval, and those with near–regulatory deadline approval,” according to the report.

Products that completed speedy reviews were not necessarily as likely to see safety complications down the road. However, drugs that were approved by the FDA near the review deadline were more likely to reveal future problems.

“The authors interpreted this as suggesting that if drugs have strong pre-market safety data and can sail through their reviews, it may be a good indicator of their overall safety. Whereas, when drugs get hung up in their reviews, possibly because regulators are trying to parse weak or questionable pre-market safety data, it may be a red flag that there are post-market safety problems to come,” noted Ars Technica.

Another problem highlighted in the study was drugs approved by the FDA via “accelerated” reviews also ending up with safety issues.

The public would likely and see tremendous benefit, and a decline in detrimental complications, with more thorough and consistent follow-up reviews of approved drugs. Legislators have continuously pressed the FDA to speed up their drug approval process while paying far less attention to the long-term safety of these drugs once available to the public.

In investigative journalist Ben Swann’s 2016 Truth In Media episode examining the relationship between the FDA and the pharmaceutical industry, Swann spoke with Emory University Professor Doug Bremner about the issues with the FDA’s followup on approved drugs. Bremner told Swann that Congress limited the budget of the FDA in past years, “but they’ve also demanded that they increase the speed in which they approve drugs. So the number of people working on new drug approval has been increasing at the expense of those who are supposed to be watching the drugs coming onto the market.”

The 21st Century Cures Act, passed by former President Barack Obama in December 2016, aimed in part to further speed up the drug approval process. The Act allows the FDA to include “real world” evidence to approve drugs, “the kind provided by patients using the medication in a real-world setting as opposed to carefully designed and controlled trials,” according to a report published by the Dallas Morning News.

This could potentially lead drug companies to move away from opting for long-established clinical trials. Dr. Giuseppe Giaccone, the associate director for clinical research at Georgetown University, told the paper that this is “pretty bad for the FDA and very bad for patients, but it’s good for drug companies” and that it allows drug companies “more freedom to do whatever they like.”

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Sweden sees ‘massive’ increase in deadly shootings over recent years

Sweden police cops


Despite its traditional reputation as a safe haven, Sweden has seen a dramatic increase in deadly shootings in recent years. Swedish authorities have decided this is due to the proliferation of guns, and are preparing a new arms amnesty, the fourth in just two decades; it held the last one in 2013.

The number of deadly shootings in Sweden has surged in recent years. In 2006, only eight of them occurred throughout the country, as opposed to 43 in 2017, indicating a more than five-fold increase; there were twice as many shootings last year as there were in 2016.

Police officers themselves testify to a “tougher climate” in criminal circles, where members are described as being more “easily offended” than they used to be. The effect of the shootings is comparable to a spiral effect, in which criminals constantly resort to increasingly tougher violence in order not to appear as weaklings.

A conflict between two gang members can therefore easily escalate into a bloody feud between criminal networks.

“They are taking to firearms to avoid showing weakness. It has become important to build up one’s criminal reputation – a sort of ‘scare capital’ – in the criminal environment. Previously, one could allow abuse to pass without taking to violence like today,” Daniel Vesterhav, a criminologist at the Crime Prevention Council (Brå), told Swedish national broadcaster SVT.

Jerzy Sarnecki, one of Sweden’s leading criminologists, attributed this violent subculture to the country’s “disadvantaged suburbs” or ghettos, where the mentality of “an eye for an eye” thrives.

Another change is that criminals used to instantly get rid of the weapons they used. Now, the weapons remain in the criminal environment as long as they don’t break or are seized by the police.

To stop the proliferation of firearms throughout Swedish society, the authorities will start a three-month “arms amnesty” in February. Those who voluntarily submit their guns during amnesty will remain anonymous and won’t be penalized for their possession.

According to Joakim Norenhag, the project leader for the amnesty, reducing the illegal possession of firearms may decrease their use in criminal contexts.

“Compared to legal weapons that are licensed, there is a much higher risk that illegal weapons will be used in crimes with malicious intent. These are weapons that are often kept inadequately, tucked away or hidden in attics and outbuildings, for example” Joakim Norenhag said, as quoted by the Örebro Tribune.

If the authorities are unable to locate the registered owner within a month, the firearms will be sent to the National Forensic Center for investigation, and rare and special arms will be handed over to museums.

Previously, three limited arms amnesties were carried out in Sweden. In 1993, 17,000 weapons and 16,000 tons of ammunition were collected, followed by 13,835 weapons and 14 tons of ammo in 2007 and 15,132 weapons and 36 tons of ammo in 2013.

Explosives, the illegal use of which has also recently become a problem in Sweden, won’t be covered by the firearms amnesty. However, the Swedish government is currently considering a special amnesty for hand grenades, which would take place between mid-October 2018 and January 2019 to counter the spread of explosives.

Recent police research indicated a growing trend of hand grenade use in criminal circles. Just several years ago, there were only a few hand grenade detonations recorded every year in Sweden. Now it’s several per month.

In early January, a hand grenade explosion in Stockholm killed a 60-year-old man and injured a 45-year-old woman.

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The "Deadly Breast Cancer Gene" Is A Myth, Lancet Study Confirms

A powerful new Lancet study reveals that the so-called breast cancer susceptibility genes — BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 — do not, in fact, cause breast cancer. Jolie’s prophylactic mastectomy, for instance, was for naught.



A new Lancet Oncology study, reported widely in the mainstream media, confirms that the so-called “breast cancer genes,” i.e. BRCA1/2, do not have the power to determine breast cancer survival outcomes, as widely believed by the medical profession.

The study titled, “Germline BRCA mutation and outcome in young-onset breast cancer (POSH): a prospective cohort study,” found,

“[There is] no significant difference in overall survival or distant disease-free survival between patients carrying a BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation and patients without these mutations after a diagnosis of breast cancer.”

The BBC broke down the study’s findings in greater detail, in their online article titled, “Breast cancer survival ‘unaffected by faulty gene‘”

“The study, published in The Lancet Oncology, found 12% of 2,733 women aged 18 to 40 treated for breast cancer at 127 hospitals across the UK between 2000 and 2008 had a BRCA mutation.

The women’s medical records were tracked for up to 10 years.

During this time, 651 of the women died from breast cancer, and those with the BRCA mutation were equally likely to have survived at the two-, five- and 10-year mark as those without the genetic mutation.

This was not affected by the women’s body mass index or ethnicity.

About a third of those with the BRCA mutation had a double mastectomy to remove both breasts after being diagnosed with cancer. This surgery did not appear to improve their chances of survival at the 10-year mark.”

The study has powerful implications for the future of breast screening programs and the standard of care for ‘breast cancer’ patients. So powerful is the belief that BRCA genes ’cause’ breast cancer, that millions around the world consider it fact. Celebraties like Angelina Jolie have added fuel to the fire of this dangerous myth, by electing to have her breasts removed ‘prophylactically’ due to her BRCA status and the recommendations of her physicians. I discussed questionable nature of this decision in a previous article titled, Did Angelina Jolie Make A Mistake By Acting On The ‘Breast Cancer Gene’ Theory? I elaborated further on the topic in an article titled, “Pinkwashing Hell: Breast Removal as a Form of ‘Prevention‘.”

In the excerpt below from the Discussion portion of the new Lancet Oncology paper, researchers not only failed to find a causal link between the BRCA genes and overall breast cancer survival, but noted that some BRCA mutation carriers (diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer) may actually have improved survival relative to non-mutation carriers:

We found no clear evidence that either BRCA1 or BRCA2 germline mutations significantly affect overall survival with breast cancer after adjusting for known prognostic factors. Decisions about timing of risk-reducing surgery should take into account primary tumour prognosis and patient preference. BRCA mutation carriers presenting with triple-negative breast cancer might have an improved survival during the first few years after diagnosis compared with non-carriers, although immediate bilateral mastectomy did not account for this advantage. Finally, analysis of early outcome data from trials exploring BRCA-deficient tumour treatment in patients with triple-negative breast cancer should be interpreted with caution in view of the possible early survival advantage for BRCA mutation carriers. [Emphasis added]

While this finding may be surprising to those who have been led to believe that the BRCA gene ‘mutation’ status is a death sentence, we have spent the past few years debunking this misinformation by looking at the non-industry funded evidence itself. Millions of women have already been needlessly traumatized by overdiagnosis and overtreatment of non-cancerous, indolent growths of epithelial origin such as ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS). The “BRCA gene causes breast cancer” meme is another example of a mythical entity which has brought significant harm to women in the name of ‘saving their lives.’ It has been leveraged by private and governmental interests alike to corral populations into cancer screening programs, whose results have often run contrary to their stated objectives of preventing suffering.

To learn more about the lore of the ‘breast cancer gene,’ and related breast cancer myths, consult the following articles:

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Potentially deadly flu virus is widespread in 46 states

A particularly deadly flu virus has reportedly become widespread in 46 states across the country, according to the recent data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The CDC reported the severe flu season has already resulted in the deaths of at least 13 children since it began in October.

“This is a feature of this year’s flu — not only did it start early, but it seemed to occur all over the country more or less simultaneously,” Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious disease specialist at Vanderbilt University, told ABC News.

According to data released last week from the CDC, the deadly virus has yet to reach “epidemic” proportions, but it could soon. A flu outbreak can become an epidemic when the number of deaths resulting from the virus exceeds a percentage set by the CDC using data from previous years. However, this week’s number of deaths has reportedly placed the country at just 0.2 percent below that threshold.


State health officials in Ohio said nearly 2,100 people have been hospitalized because of the flu, which is a dramatic increase from the 369 hospitalizations around this time during the 2016-2017 flu season. The state hasn’t reportedly experienced a flu season this terrible since the 2014-2015 season when there were roughly 2,800 flu-related deaths.

​​​​​​SEE ALSO: Flu shot effectiveness in question as worse-than-normal season looms for US

The virus also appears to be hitting California particularly hard. According to the Associated Press, at least 27 deaths of people under 65 have been linked to the flu. State hospitals are also reportedly beginning to run out of the anti-viral medication used to treat the illness, Tamiflu.

According to The Weather Channel, many of those contracting the virus have a strain known as H3N2, which reportedly doesn’t respond well to flu vaccinations and is particularly dangerous to young kids and adults over the age of 65.

Symptoms of the virus include fever, cough, body aches, headaches and fatigue. To treat the flu, the CDC recommends using over-the-counter medications like ibuprofen or cough syrup to relieve symptoms, in addition to resting and taking fluids.

To curb the spread of the flu, the agency also advises those infected to:

  • Stay home
  • Avoid touching your face, especially your mouth, nose, and eyes
  • Wash your hands frequently
  • Avoid others who are infected
  • Sneeze or cough into your sleeve or a tissue

If you are able to contact your doctor within 48 hours of onset of symptoms, you can potentially be administered an antiviral drug which will reduce the severity of symptoms in addition to the length of the illness. The CDC also has additional guidelines here.

RELATED: The best drinks to fight the flu

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‘Desolate and deadly’: Weary Iraqis forced to return to ruined, booby-trapped areas (VIDEO)

In early January, disturbing reports emerged in international media, suggesting the Iraqi authorities are forcibly sending people from refugee camps to their home districts – despite these being unsafe, or even destroyed, in the conflict.

While Baghdad denies that people are being sent back against their will, Iraqi refugees, who were filmed by an RT stringer (local contributor), say there are valid reasons for them to oppose forced return.

“We don’t want to return to our home yet,” said a young man stranded in an IDP [Internally Displaced Person] camp for three years. He said his family’s house is looted and “there’s a lot of booby-traps.” Due to tribal divides, they also fear things might turn violent if they return, the refugee added.

Explosive remnants of war are lying all over the place there, he went on: “Five days ago our neighbors there started a fire to warm some water. Something went off and their kids are in hospital… It’s so scary there.”

Another refugee, an old villager, told the RT stringer his family are ready to go if the government reimbursed their return as well as the costs of rebuilding damaged houses.

Many buildings, including residential blocks, have been destroyed by airstrikes in the fighting between the Iraqi military and Islamists, he said.

“There are very few people from our village who returned. There is nothing left there, no electricity, and the water supply doesn’t work. We may return in the future, but only when the area will be suitable for living.”

Other refugees in the Iraqi province of Anbar, told Ruptly agency their return home comes at a cost. “They asked us for a huge fee to come back, they charge 500,000 dinar (over $400) for each ID,” said Hasan, a man displaced from Fallujah.

The issue of IDPs being forcibly sent home came to light as Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi seeks to secure a second term in a general election in May. Iraqi residents must stay in their area of origin to vote, and their refusal to return could delay the election.

The UN’s International Organization for Migration (IOM) estimates that more than half of displaced Iraqis have already returned to where they come from, with 2.6 million still displaced

Some observers say forced return of IDPs has nothing to do with relief or stabilization efforts. “If your home is rubble, and there are corpses lying in the street, and there are explosives and mines littering your former home, no, you shouldn’t be compelled to return,” David Swanson, an American activist and author of the book ‘War Is a Lie’, told RT.

“That’s not humanitarian aid, that’s further humanitarian abuse.”

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Deadly Snowstorm Dumps 20″+ of Snow, Makes History

Flooding, High Winds Along Northeast Coasts

With the snowfall from Winter Storm Grayson largely departed from the Northeast, residents were digging out from the monster storm Friday morning.

Grayson was responsible for at least seven deaths, most of which were in car crashes on snowy or icy roads. Officials confirmed three deaths in North Carolina, two in Virginia, one in South Carolina and another in Pennsylvania as the storm swept through more than a dozen states.

One day after more than 4,000 flights were canceled nationwide, most of which were due to the winter storm, hundreds more cancellations occurred Friday morning, according to the flight-tracking website FlightAware. On Thursday, Grayson forced complete shutdowns of both John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport.

(MORE: Grayson Becomes Northeast Blizzard)

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said flooding from the “historic high tide” prompted the deployment of National Guard high-water rescue vehicles to aid residents and stranded vehicles, the Associated Press reported.

As tides rose in the afternoon hours, coastal areas saw flooding in addition to the wintry precipitation from the storm.

Storm surge poured into the streets in towns like Scituate, Massachusetts, flooding the roads with partially frozen salt water. In the town of Rockport, The Weather Channel storm tracker Jim Cantore watched as water levels rose quickly Thursday afternoon and threatened to wash away several parked cars that were left behind.

In Suffolk County, Massachusetts, the emergency management director reported 75 homes had flooding on their first floors and utilities were compromised, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).

North of Plymouth, Massachusetts, fire crews in the town of Duxbury were responding to water rescues in flooded areas, and a house fire was reported, the town’s fire department said in a tweet Thursday afternoon.

Icy water poured into downtown Boston streets Thursday.

“We saw the water going over the sea wall, which was really scary,” resident Sonia Calderon told AP. “I don’t know what kind of damage that’s going to cause, but it’s a little scary just to think about it.”

The flooding stretched down into Boston’s Seaport and all the way up to the Maine coast. Scenes similar to the Massachusetts coast were seen in Kennebunkport, Maine, where roads were under water and chunks of ice flowed from the ocean onto the shore.

In New Jersey, portions of the Garden State Parkway and Atlantic City Expressway were closed near Atlantic City late Thursday morning because of the conditions.

Fire Destroys Long Island Homes

On the Long Island’s remote Oak Island, three unoccupied summer homes were destroyed by a fire during the snowstorm, according to the Associated Press. The homes began to burn and conditions prevented crews from fighting the fire, NBC New York reported.

The blaze eventually burned itself out and there were no injuries, the AP also said. The secluded island is home to about 50 beach houses, the report added.

Car Crashes into New Hampshire Nursing Home

It was a frightening scene at the Hanover Hill Health Care Center on Thursday as a driver lost control of his vehicle in the snowy conditions and crashed into the nursing home in Manchester, according to the AP. The driver crashed into an empty hallway and nobody was injured, reported.

Authorities believe the crash was caused by a combination of speed and the slick conditions created by Grayson, the report added.

Officials Urge Residents to Stay Home

During a news conference held Wednesday, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh asked residents to keep their vehicles off of roads, as they would be ticketed and towed after 7 a.m. Thursday. He stressed the usage of the city’s alert system and said warming shelters will be open 24/7, and state nonprofits will be working to ensure the safety of the city’s homeless.

The National Hockey League postponed a Thursday night game between the Boston Bruins and the visiting Florida Panthers because of Grayson.

Thursday morning, speed limits on the Massachusetts Turnpike were reduced to 40 mph, the Massachusetts State Police announced. This impacted areas from the New York border all the way to Boston.

Boston Public Schools, which were shut down Thursday, will be closed again on Friday.

Amtrak announced it would operate on a modified schedule in the Northeast region; all updates can be found here.

The Maine Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) announced that it is coordinating with emergency officials to prepare for Grayson and asked residents to come up with individual plans for the storm, reported.

Along the New Jersey coast, a state of emergency was declared for Cape May, Atlantic, Ocean and Monmouth counties by Gov. Chris Christie. All state offices were closed Thursday as well.

The New Jersey State Patrol said it responded to more than 150 crashes on state roads Thursday morning, many of which were caused by the winter storm.

Later Thursday morning, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency for the entire downstate region. In New York City, transit delays were reported Thursday morning and extra snow plows were brought in to deal with the storm, the AP reported.

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Egypt hangs 4 men convicted of deadly 2014 bombing – sources

Egypt has hanged four people who were convicted of killing three military students in a 2014 bomb attack, Reuters reported citing security sources. The executions took place in Borg al-Arab prison, west of the city of Alexandria. The 2014 bombing took place in the town of Kafr al-Sheikh during violence that followed the ouster of then-President Mohamed Morsi.

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