Doctors Show Common Vaccine Likely Worse than Getting the Disease It’s Suppose to Stop

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The Physicians for Informed Consent is a group of doctors dedicated educate their patients and the public on infectious disease, the immune system, and informed consent. The group was founded in response to mandatory vaccination laws across the country which remove the rights of parents to informed consent. The group is not anti-vaccine, they are pro-freedom.

It is no question that the subject of vaccines is profoundly controversial. On both sides of the argument exists truth and lies that can hinder the ability of some to make rational decisions.

While we have everyone from attorneys to biologists, to political scientists who write for the Free Thought Project, none of us are doctors, so we do not make recommendations about what you and your family should do in regards to vaccination. It is important to note, however, that everyone deserves the right to make informed decisions on their own personal health and the health of their children.

Recently, the Physicians for Informed Consent (PIC) reported in the British Medical Journal that every year, approximately 5,700 U.S. children suffer from seizures as a direct result of the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine.

According to PIC, this finding is derived from results of the most statistically powered safety study ever to measure the association between MMR vaccination and febrile seizures. More than half a million children were evaluated, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, from a Danish population that is relied upon globally to examine vaccine safety. The results showed that seizures from the MMR vaccine occur in about 1 in 640 children up to two weeks following MMR vaccination. Applying this risk of seizures to the 3.64 million U.S. children vaccinated with a first dose of MMR every year results in about 5,700 annual MMR-vaccine seizures.

“To make accurate and ethical public health decisions, the risks of a vaccine must be compared to the risks of the disease one is trying to prevent,” said Dr. Shira Miller, PIC president and founder. “When considering the MMR vaccine to prevent measles, the risks of the MMR vaccine need to be compared to the risks of measles.”

While there is a risk of seizure from contracting measles, according to the data, the risk of developing seizures from the vaccine to combat measles is five times higher. 

What’s more, the seizures from the MMR vaccine are far worse, according to the study and can cause permanent harm.

“For example, 5% of febrile seizures result in epilepsy, a chronic brain disorder that leads to recurring seizures. Annually, about 300 MMR-vaccine seizures (5% of 5,700) will lead to epilepsy,” PIC points out.

PIC notes that the government reporting system for vaccine injuries, Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), receives only fraction of the those reported seizures from the MMR vaccination. According to PIC, this could mean that there is an underreporting of other serious vaccine adverse events from MMR, including permanent neurological harm and death.

“In the United States, measles is generally a benign, short-term viral infection; 99.99% of measles cases fully recover,” said Dr. Miller. “As it has not been proven that the MMR vaccine is safer than measles, there is insufficient evidence to demonstrate that mandatory measles mass vaccination results in a net public health benefit in the United States.”

According to the report, the measles vaccine was introduced in the U.S. in 1963 and is now only available as a component of the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine. It has significantly reduced the incidence of measles; however, the vaccine is not capable of preventing all cases of measles, as failures have been reported. The manufacturer’s package insert contains information about vaccine ingredients, adverse reactions, and vaccine evaluations. For example, “M-M-R II vaccine has not been evaluated for carcinogenic or mutagenic potential, or potential to impair fertility.”  Furthermore, the risk of permanent injury and death from the MMR vaccine has not been proven to be less than that of measles.

In regard to the question of whether or not the MMR vaccine is safer than measles, the group of physicians has this to say, “Because permanent sequalae (aftereffects) from measles, especially in individuals with normal levels of vitamin A, are so rare, the level of accuracy of the research studies available is insufficient to prove that the vaccine causes less death or permanent injury than measles.”

Source Article from http://thefreethoughtproject.com/researchers-data-vaccine-worse-disease/

CNN Gets Worse, Re-Buries Arrest History of Detained Immigrant

Since last Tuesday, CNN has on and off been preoccupied with the case of a non-citizen from Poland, Dr. Lukasz Niec, who was recently detained by ICE and is in danger of deportation because of a combination of two misdemeanors he committed in 1992, combined with more recent brushes with police, including a child abuse accusation from last year.

After initially making it sound like his detention was entirely about the two misdemeanors from 25 years go when he was 17 years old, the liberal news network on Wednesday finally informed viewers of some of his other brushes with the law, downplaying them as mostly “minor traffic violations,” but never did get around to mentioning the child abuse accusations from just last year.

As of the weekend, instead of improving their coverage by giving viewers additional information on why he was detained, CNN got worse as host Ana Cabrera on Saturday’s CNN Newsroom made it sound like Dr. Niec was detained solely because of his legal problems from 1992. 

On Saturday evening at 8:47 p.m. Cabrera introduced a segment by bringing up President Donald Trump’s latest offer on how to deal with illegal immigration, as she fretted: “The President has presented a deal that is said to reshape U.S. immigration dramatically — a deal all sides are up in arms about. It’s easy to forget, though, that there are real lives at stake here. Families have already been torn apart.”

After recalling the case of Jorge Garcia — who entered the country illegally at age 10 and was recently deported to Mexico — Cabrera then moved to the case of Dr. Niec. 

A Kalamazoo doctor was enjoying a day with his family when ICE agents showed up, taking him away in handcuffs.. Lukasz Niec was just five years old when his parents left Poland with their two children in 1979. And now, he faces deportation to a country he’s never known. … Niec was arrested over administrative immigration violations — two misdemeanors from 1992. His new wife still in shock.

Cabrera informed viewers of Loyola University’s efforts to help DACA students, and then brought aboard two guests from the university — medical student Cesar Montelongo Hernandez and Professor Mark Kuczewski. Addressing Hernandez, Cabrera began by sympathetically posing: “Your thoughts about what’s happening in Washington right now with the negotiations on immigration — do you feel like you were a bit of a political football?”

So far, CNN’s New Day morning show has covered the story twice — once on Tuesday and again Wednesday. Also on Wednesday afternoon, CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin picked up on correspondent Jason Carroll’s report from Wednesday morning which was a slight improvement from Tuesday’s coverage in that it informed viewers of the DUI and other infractions but downplayed them as “minor traffic violations.” But the report did not mention the child abuse accusation from last year which other news outlets have cited as playing a major role in the decision to target Dr. Niec.

Additionally, early Wednesday morning on CNN’s Early Start show, CNN political commentator Errol Louis had also neglected to mention recent legal problems as he referred to Dr. Niec as a “five-year-old.”

On Thursday evening, Fox News at Night notably ran a full report by correspondent Trace Gallagher calling out CNN for misleading its viewers on the story.

Source Article from https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/brad-wilmouth/2018/01/27/cnn-gets-worse-re-buries-criminal-history-detained-immigrant

Tesla Gigafactory Production Problems Worse than Previously Disclosed






Tesla Gigafactory Production Problems Worse than Previously Disclosed


January 26th, 2018

The Hacker News comments on this are interesting.

Via: CNBC:

Tesla’s problems with battery production at the company’s Gigafactory in Sparks, Nevada, are worse than the company has acknowledged and could cause further delays and quality issues for the new Model 3, according to a number of current and former Tesla employees. These problems include Tesla needing to make some of the batteries by hand and borrowing scores of employees from one of its suppliers to help with this manual assembly, said these people.

Many of the company’s quality control workers are relatively inexperienced, make sloppy calculations and don’t know when they’re looking at flaws, according to several current and former employees. They said many quality inspectors were temp-to-hire workers with no automotive experience who Tesla hired via a staffing agency.

Tesla acknowledged the relative inexperience of some employees, but said new hires involved in battery production receive “extensive training, including safety training.”

Two current engineers told CNBC that they are concerned some of the batteries being shipped do not have the minimum gap required between lithium-ion cells. These engineers warned that this “touching cells” flaw could cause batteries to short out or, in worse cases, catch fire.















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MAGA is Failing—The Police State is Getting Worse: Round Ups, Checkpoints, Biometric IDs

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(TRI) Here in Amerika, things are getting worse—not better—as the nation inches ever closer towards totalitarianism, that goose-stepping form of tyranny in which the government has all of the power and “we the people” have none.

Take what happened recently in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

On Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, immigration agents boarded a Greyhound bus heading to downtown Miami from Orlando and demanded that all passengers provide proof of residence or citizenship. One grandmother, traveling by bus to meet her granddaughter for the first time, was arrested and taken off the bus when she couldn’t provide proof of residency.

This isn’t is a new occurrence.

A year ago, passengers arriving in New York’s JFK Airport on a domestic flight from San Francisco were ordered to show their “documents” to border patrol agents in order to get off the plane.

With the government empowered to carry out transportation checks to question people about their immigration status within a 100-mile border zone that wraps around the country, you’re going to see a rise in these “show your papers” incidents.

That’s a problem, and I’ll tell you why.

We are not supposed to be living in a “show me your papers” society.

Despite this, the U.S. government has recently introduced measures allowing police and other law enforcement officials to stop individuals (citizens and noncitizens alike), demand they identify themselves, and subject them to patdowns, warrantless searches, and interrogations.

These actions fly in the face of longstanding constitutional safeguards forbidding such police state tactics.

Set aside the debate over illegal immigration for a moment and think long and hard about what it means when government agents start demanding that people show their papers on penalty of arrest.

The problem with allowing government agents to demand identification from anyone they suspect might be an illegal immigrant—the current scheme being employed by the Trump administration to ferret out and cleanse the country of illegal immigrants—is that it lays the groundwork for a society in which you are required to identify yourself to anygovernment worker who demands it.

Such tactics quickly lead one down a slippery slope that ends with government agents empowered to subject anyone—citizen and noncitizen alike—to increasingly intrusive demands that they prove not only that they are legally in the country, but also that they are in compliance with every statute and regulation on the books.

This flies in the face of the provisions of the Fourth Amendment, which protects the American people from undue government interference with their movement and from baseless interrogation about their identities or activities. The Rutherford Institute has issued a Constitutional Q&A on “The Legality of Stop and ID Procedures” that provides some guidance on one’s rights if stopped and asked by police to show identification.

Unfortunately, even with legal protections on the books, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for the average American to avoid falling in line with a national identification system.

We’re almost at that point already.

Passed by Congress in 2005 and scheduled to take effect nationwide by October 2020, the Real ID Act, which imposes federal standards on identity documents such as state drivers’ licenses, is the prelude to this national identification system.

Fast forward to the Trump administration’s war on illegal immigration, and you have the perfect storm necessary for the adoption of a national ID card, the ultimate human tracking device, which would make the police state’s task of monitoring, tracking and singling out individual suspects—citizen and noncitizen alike—far simpler.

Americans have always resisted adopting a national ID card for good reason: it gives the government and its agents the ultimate power to target, track and terrorize the populace according to the government’s own nefarious purposes.

You see, it’s a short hop, skip and a jump from allowing government agents to stop and demand identification from someone suspected of being an illegal immigrant to empowering government agents to subject anyone—citizen and noncitizen alike—to increasingly intrusive demands that they prove not only that they are legally in the country, but that they are also lawful, in compliance with every statute and regulation on the books, and not suspected of having committed some crime or other.

It’s no longer a matter of if, but when.

You may be innocent of wrongdoing now, but when the standard for innocence is set by the government, no one is safe. Everyone is a suspect. And anyone can be a criminal when it’s the government determining what is a crime.

Remember, the police state does not discriminate.

At some point, it will not matter whether your skin is black or yellow or brown or white. It will not matter whether you’re an immigrant or a citizen. It will not matter whether you’re rich or poor. It won’t even matter whether you’re driving, flying or walking.

Eventually, when the police state has turned that final screw and slammed that final door, all that will matter is whether some government agent—poorly trained, utterly ignorant of the Constitution, way too hyped up on the power of their badges, and authorized to detain, search, interrogate, threaten and generally harass anyone they see fit—chooses to single you out for special treatment.

We’ve been having this same debate about the perils of government overreach for the past 50-plus years, and still we don’t seem to learn, or if we learn, we learn too late.

All of the excessive, abusive tactics employed by the government today—warrantless surveillance, stop and frisk searches, SWAT team raids, roadside strip searches, asset forfeiture schemes, private prisons, indefinite detention, militarized police, etc.—started out as a seemingly well-meaning plan to address some problem in society that needed a little extra help.

In the case of a national identification system, it might start off as a means of curtailing illegal immigration, but it will end up as a means of controlling the American people.

As I make clear in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, whatever dangerous practices you allow the government to carry out now—whether it’s in the name of national security or protecting America’s borders or making America great again—rest assured, these same practices can and will be used against you when the government decides to set its sights on you.

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7 times Trump critics called Russia a ‘s***hole’ & worse, and no one cared

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Pro-Trump Pundit on NPR: Top Immigrants ‘Treated Worse Than the Tsarnaev Family’

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MSNBC Republican: Trump Team Worse Than ‘Monkeys Hurling Excrement’

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LAWRENCE O’DONNELL: Steve Schmidt, your reaction to this reporting tonight on the President, including this concept for what he needs in the White House is his own Roy Cohn a disgraced disbarred lawyer who’s accused of crimes himself?

STEVE SCHMIDT: It seems remarkable that we’re just a couple of days into the New Year when we’re looking at the speed of stories, the unraveling that’s happening around this president, around the oval office. Specifically, Lawrence, this week began with what I would call an outburst of digital McCarthyism.

The insinuation that the Department of Justice, the intelligence communities work together in a conspiracy against the American people. This is exactly the type of allegations and insinuations that McCarthy made. And of course, it is also autocrat in intent because at the heart of every autocracy is this notion of conspiracy, the insidious fifth column working against the people who can only be protected by their leader who needs extra-judicial powers and it’s okay to violate democratic norms to put down the conspiracy. It’s frightening, frankly.

Again, we see that with the actions on the airplane, of course, whether it was a crime or not, the special counsel will determine but we know that the president of the United States was engaged in premeditatedly lying to the American people. And in every instance, as is always the case since they made the first representations denying that there was any involvement with Russians, and in every instance, the administration has been found to be lying on all of these issues.

And, of course, we see in this book the chaos, the incompetence, the recklessness, the unpreparedness for duties and responsibilities around the most powerful person of the world of the menagerie around him. And truly when you look at their comportment in this majestic place in the West Wing of the White House, they couldn’t be more vile than if they were monkeys hurling excrement at each other in a cage.

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Paradigm Shifting Study Finds Danger to Bees That is Far Worse than Pesticides

The discovery has now been added to the growing list of threats that could potentially lead to the extinction of the essential pollinators. The revelation that common fungicides are having the strongest impact on the insects came as a surprise, as they typically affect mold and mildew, but appear to be killing bees by making them more susceptible to the nosema parasite or by exacerbating the toxicity of other pesticides.

The discovery was made during a landscape-scale study, published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, which used machine learning technology to analyze 24 different factors and how they impacted four bumblebee species.

The study collected ‘subjects’ from 284 sites across 40 US states and tested them against various factors like latitude, elevation, habitat type and damage, human population and pesticide use.

For context, about 75 percent of the world’s crops are fertilized by pollinators. The widespread decline of bees has been attributed to a number of factors including pesticides, destruction of their habitats, disease and climate change, but until now it was unclear which was the most decisive factor.

The unexpected culprit behind bee decline means “people have not been looking in all the places they probably should,” according to lead author of the study, Cornell University’s Scott McArt.

We threw everything but the kitchen sink at this analysis and the ‘winner’ was fungicides,” McArt said to UMass. “It turns out that fungicide use is the best predictor of bumblebees getting sick and being lost from sites across the U.S.”

I was definitely surprised,” said McArt, to The Guardian, as “fungicides have been largely overlooked,” until now. Going forward, McArt says researchers will have to carry out “much more work on fungicides and their role in bee declines” if humanity is to make any progress in regenerating the dying species.

Common systemic pesticide sprays are used worldwide to manage landscapes, and are often found in nectar and pollen. Another recent study, published in the same journal, found chemicals are causing severe nutritional stress on honey bees, affecting their survival rates by a whopping 50 percent.

The Canadian government recently failed to protect bees after rejecting a plea by environmentalists to completely ban the use of insecticides, instead opting to continue their use of neonicotinoids, promising to consider limiting the use of pesticides by March 2018.

Source Article from http://thefreethoughtproject.com/bees-study-population-decline/