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“World Governments Are Not Ready for A Major Pandemic” – GPMB

The Global Preparedness Monitoring Board has found that the world is at “acute risk for devastating regional or global disease epidemics or pandemics that not only cause loss of life but upend economies and create social chaos.”

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Bacteria Travel Around the World using “air bridges,” that’s How Superbugs Share Genes

Bacteria do not need animal or human carriers to spread. A Rutgers-led study suggests that microbes take advantage of natural air currents and use them as bridges to travel from one remote location to another.

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DOD Inspector General told to Investigate Bioweaponization of Ticks by US Congress

Chris Smith’s Lyme Disease Amendment Passes House, Tells DOD IG to Investigate the ‘Bioweaponization’ of Ticks

The full House of Representatives passed an amendment offered by Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) which directs the Inspector General (IG) of the Department of Defense to investigate the “possible involvement of DOD biowarfare labs in the weaponization of Lyme disease in ticks and other insects”  from 1950-1975. 

             According to Smith, he was “inspired to write the amendment”—now part of the House-passed 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)—by “a number of books and articles suggesting that significant research had been done at U.S. government facilities including Fort Detrick, Maryland and Plum Island, New York to turn ticks and other insects into bioweapons.”

             During debate on the floor, Smith said that, “The most recent book—Bitten: The Secret History of Lyme Disease and Biological Weapons—includes interviews with Dr. Willy Burgdorfer—the researcher who is credited with discovering Lyme disease.  The book reveals that Dr. Burgdorfer was a bioweapons specialist. Those interviews combined with access to Dr. Burgdorfer’s lab files suggest that he and other bioweapons specialists stuffed ticks with pathogens to cause severe disability, disease—even death—to potential enemies.”

            “With Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases exploding in the United States—with an estimated 300,000 to 437,000 new cases diagnosed each year and 10-20 percent of all patients suffering from chronic Lyme disease—Americans have a right to know whether any of this is true.  And have these experiments caused Lyme disease and other tick-borne disease to mutate and to spread?” Smith asked.

            My amendment tasks the DOD Inspector General to ask the hard questions and report back,” he said.   During debate on his amendment, Smith said the investigation would explore such questions as:

  •   “what were the parameters of the program?
  •   who ordered it?
  •   was there ever any accidental release anywhere or at any time of any diseased ticks?
  •   were any ticks released by design?
  •   did the program contribute to the disease burden?
  •   can any of this information help current-day researchers find a way to mitigate these diseases?”

            Smith has a long record of fighting for people suffering from Lyme disease.  He is the author of the pending bipartisan, bicameral TICK Act introduced earlier this year to create a whole-of-government national strategy to aggressively fight Lyme disease.  The TICK Act (Ticks: Identify, Control, Knockout Act) (HR 3073) authorizes an additional $180 million to boost funding for Lyme research, prevention and treatment programs.

 Smith—who is the founding co-chair of the House Lyme Disease Caucus along with Rep. Collin Peterson (D-MN)—said the bill provides $60 million over five years to reauthorize the Regional Centers of Excellence in Vector Borne Disease which have led the scientific response against tick-borne diseases.  And the bill authorizes new CDC grants for a total of $120 million over six years, to build a public health infrastructure for Lyme and other tick-borne diseases. The legislation is supported by more than 25 non-government organizations dedicated to combating Lyme.

            In June, the House of Representatives adopted two other Smith amendments to boost funding for combating Lyme disease.  One amendment, (Division C of H.R. 2740, adopted June 18th), adds $2 million to the DOD’s Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program (CDMRP) for Tick-Borne Disease Research which primarily helps service personnel and their families exposed to Lyme. The program is currently funded at $5 million. 

            On June 12th, the House adopted Smith’s amendment to add $1 million for Lyme disease research at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC currently spends $11 million on Lyme research. 

            This spring, Smith hosted a Congressional town meeting on Lyme disease in Wall Township, NJ, featuring a panel of national experts including Dr. Ben Beard, Deputy Director of the Division on Vector-Borne Diseases at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control; Pat Smith, President of the Lyme Disease Association; and Dr. Richard Horowitz, an Internist and expert in treating patients with Lyme and other tick-borne diseases.

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Big Pharma Hikes Drug Price 879% for A Drug Out of 3,400 Drug Price Hikes this Year

Big Pharma continues to jack up the prices on the drugs they peddle. The price of one drug was hiked 879%, and that’s only one out of the 3,400 price increases that have occurred so far this year. This is proof that mere shaming doesn’t work.

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The Snake Oil Theory and the Real Con Artists

We’ve been asked from time to time by some people about where are the data to support the validity of the technology that we are promoting. Peer-reviewed data, citations, and customer reviews, the whole nine yards, as they say, must be presented before them trusting us. Under normal conditions, these are all valid demands.

However, all of the above requires reaching out to people who either want their privacy intact [customers] and avoid the complexities of responding to more questions; or those who want their vested interests fully satisfied first [peers and regulators] before we can get a favorable “endorsement,” or permit to proceed.

The latter, of course, have been breathing all throughout their lives from our apathy and ignorance about what they were doing all along. They comprised the very core group that protects the sustainability of the entire cancer industry, an industry that creates customers rather than actual cures.

In short, we are not in any way under a normal condition, and asking for their permission or endorsement, of course, is like shooting for the stars. The technology that we are promoting is a product of logic, and they are asking that we abandon that same logic by seeking for their permission and seal of approval, or they won’t “buy” it.

They’re the very same people that sought citations, peer-reviewed data, as if asking those is not in conflict with their own interests. But we always give them the benefit of the doubt, and in our 10 years of dealing with a lot of these people, we always know who the real deal are, i.e. the sick needing real help, and who aren’t.

The thing is, we are not in a hurry to shove this technology to everyone’s throat. We have been playing the long game for the last 10 years, and are willing to do 10 years more, if that’s what it takes. What we are hoping is for people to see the insanity of it all, and realize that the solution is right there in front of their own noses.

Snake Oil, anyone?

Real scientific advances in healthcare are labeled as “snake oil” concoctions on a whim. Yet, it is very clear from their own symbols and rituals who are those that are deeply involved in snake oil modalities.

It is their contention that the best place to hide something is in plain sight. Nobody expects it. The public presumes that people wearing white uniforms are worthy of their trust and confidence.

If we ask any white wearing medical priest today as to why of all things they use snake as the symbol of medicine, and not a microscope, they’d readily respond by saying that it is a sign of wisdom.

Oh, I thought it was the owl.

So, the synopsis of the whole snaky story go something like this:

Snake as a symbol in medicine and pharmacy – a historical study

Snakes have been used for worship, magic potions and, medicine, and they have been the symbol of love, health, disease, medicine, pharmacy, immortality, death and even wisdom.

Back tracing the etymology of the term pharmacy, however, goes all the way back to pharmakeia, the art of using potion in sorcery, to Circè and the Church itself.

The whole thing is about religiously instilling faith in the entire system through rituals of repetitive prayers, invocation of invisible forces, and the pervasive plastering of symbols because they have nothing else to offer but multiple layers of contradicting lies and deceptions to preoccupy the masses.

They are indeed members of a priesthood, initiated and have sworn to protect its interests in exchange for a privileged position in our society.

It would be wrong to analyze why they are doing it using your own paradigm, because there is a different kind of satisfaction which can only be derived from playing humanity’s fate at the tip of your fingers.

It is much less of a burden to just believe in what we are being told by the priesthood, rather than exercise our own natural instinct to verify from our own experience and analysis, that which is purported, or hypothesized to be, as a potential solution to a problem, which in this case, a device that can help your body cure itself from cancer and all infectious diseases that we are all perpetually bombard with all the time.

The independent, grassroots’ common sense use of the scientific method, rather than seeking the opinion of grossly conflicted parties under the payroll of big business interests, must be maligned and ridiculed at all times, even at the risk of them looking stupid in the process.

So, when you ask for peer-reviewed data, your medical drugs already have that, but…

All the drugs in the market today are sold with a ton and years of clinical studies supposedly proving its validity, amidst all the great fanfare. Yet, how many drugs that were subjected to compulsory clinical trials were withdrawn from the market after they were found out to have caused adverse effects on people, and after billions in sales have already been made?

It used to be that they will try to convince the people to take these drugs through fear of pandemic. But lately, they’re enforcing them through the power of state legislations. It must be that good.

Meanwhile, a sample of your own blood with parasites still in it can be viewed clearly with a 600x magnification microscope. Why not put two battery powered electrical wires on it, and see which parasites can survive against the strong electrical pressure?

Do you still need a few peer-reviewed citations for that?

Or, would you rather perform your own verification instead, to satisfy your own curiosity?

Bear in mind, all you need to do if the first power cell fails is to add more cells in series with the first one to increase the voltage until you can get the desired results, i.e. the physical destruction of any parasites and viruses on contact. Here’s the kicker, if you can kill all types of parasites this way, would you still need a peer-reviewed, or regulatory, confirmation whether any of the viruses that you don’t see over the microscope ever survive?

Is it really that hard to think logically that we still need other people to do it for us?

Is there some type of organism on this planet that can survive against the right amount of electrical pressure against it?

So, who’s selling snake oil medicaments to whom?

Who are the real snake oil con artists all along?

If there is something we can be awestruck about by those who created the whole absolutely regressive and inhumane system is that they were able to control even those who are the brightest amongst us on how we think and what to think about.

We have been passing along, from generations to generations, all the wrong ideas and concepts, dogmas and rituals about everything, and historically, the only antidote has always been to break away from all of it. What were once an impossibility, are now accepted as facts.

The Virutron Antiviral + NeuroSweep CES in One device leaves no chemical toxicity, can be used on demand as a full spectrum antiviral modality and for the mental healthcare requirements of an entire family, all at the cost of recharging a battery.

Don’t ever fall victim again by the real snake oil con artists in our midst. You can only save yourself by thinking logically and acting boldly on your own.

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Why Big Pharma Refuses Clinical Trials Using Genuine Placebo Control Group

The next time someone tries to tell you that the science is “settled” on vaccine safety and effectiveness, you might want to bring up the fact that the alleged “science” upon which the vaccination house of cards was, and is still being, built is fundamentally flawed at its very core.

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Vaccine Virus Shedding More Prevalent than Previously Acknowledged

Ardent defenders of mandatory vaccinations use every method in the book, to destroy the message and the messenger, thereby preserving the genocidal exercise. They conveniently ignore all the verified facts, or throw their own unsubstantiated numbers, to try to diminish the damage that these vaccines can do. Continue reading Vaccine Virus Shedding More Prevalent than Previously Acknowledged

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U.S. Government Will Focus on Marketing HPV Vaccine in 2019

After the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) approved Merck’s HPV-9 Gardasil vaccine for use in adults age 27 to 45 in 2018, the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is evaluating whether to expand their current HPV vaccine recommendation to include this new age group. Continue reading U.S. Government Will Focus on Marketing HPV Vaccine in 2019