Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Arkansas Mumps Outbreak Update: Now At 196 cases, Media Continues To Blame Unvaccinated

The Arkansas mumps outbreak is now up to 196 cases and the health department is warning that unvaccinated children may now miss up to 6 months of school as they expect the outbreak to last for at least 6 months. Five days ago the total was 150. Currently, the school district has sent home all unvaccinated children, even though...

Florida Judge Forces Seminal Tribe to Drink Toxic Water

A Florida Judge has made the inept decision to refuse to observe a halt regarding a rule that allows toxic chemicals to be dumped into drinking water. According to the Miami Herald, the Judge dismissed a series of complaints due to missed deadlines. The groups, which included the Seminole Tribe of Florida, the City of Miami, Martin County and the...

The Truth About Fluoride: What Every Parent Should Know

Attorney Michael Connett summarizes 10 basic facts about fluoride that should be considered in any discussion about whether to fluoridate water. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GX0s-4AyWfI&feature=youtu.be Do You Believe Fluoride Is Good For Your Teeth? YES NO  

Forced Immunizations and the Death of Health Freedom (Corbett Report)

This is from 2012, But worth watching and relevant. TRANSCRIPT AND SOURCES: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=5136 As Thomas Jefferson wrote in his "Notes on the State of Virginia": "Was the government to prescribe to us our medicine and diet, our bodies would be in such keeping as our souls are now. Thus in France the emetic was once forbidden as a medicine, and the potato...

LETTER: Mother Justifies Public Spanking Of Daughter, Other Parents & School Shun Her

This was written by a mother who has chosen to remain anonymous due to fear of backlash. Her letter was first posted on a parenting forum but she has asked we republish it. Do the parents have a point? "How dare you humiliate your child at my child's birthday party. The other kids were mortified. How dare you abuse your...

Pathetic Miami Mayoral Candidate Passes Out His Own Zika Balm

Miami-Dade mayoral hopeful Alfred Santamaria is not only trying to get elected, but he's also trying to stop Zika. He claims a new Miami-based company has found a solution, Santamaria called a press conference on Tuesday to alert the media to his solution. The new product, Zycazin, Santamaria claims can "neutralize the effect of Zika." Santamaria began passing the balms out to...

NYT Best Selling Author On Indians: ‘We Once Murdered Them With Smallpox, Now We Force Contaminate Their Water’

 A continued standoff between big oil and the Lakota Indian tribes has led to intimidation, bullying and state harassment. The tribes are fighting mightily and inspirationally to protect their (and our) God-given resource from potential toxicity of an oil pipeline. They've marched to Washington. They've stood face to face with oil rigs. They've submitted Human Rights violations. Thom Hartmann discusses...

Sioux Tribe Opposition To Pipeline Reaches New Breaking Point. Media Remains Silent.

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe (SRST) continues to stand in firm opposition of the Dakota Access Pipeline, which threatens to put one of the United States most long-standing water supplies at risk of toxic chemicals. Sacred Stone Camp and Seven Councils Camp are both each home to about 1500 protestors, but could swell to 7000 as protest continue in the...

Government Confirms It Is Now Injecting Humans With Lab Grown Zika

This morning, Florida Governor Rick Scott, declared a portion of Miami Beach the second Zika zone in the state. The declaration comes with massive implications, particularly to a heavy tourism industry. Florida's beaches draw massive crowds year round. Disney World is another enormous draw. By expanding Zika zones to the beaches, particularly Miami Beach, the state of Florida risk...

Zika Pesticide Sprayed In Florida Banned In Europe, May Harm Fetuses

Last month the CDC attempted to douse Puerto Rico with a pesticide named Naled as a way to prevent Zika. The community, however, refused to accept the spray and even protested. You can see pictures of the protest in the image located on the New York Times. San Juan's residents collided with the CDC and Alejandro Garcia, the governor...
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