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FDA Ok’s Peramivir For Widespread Human Experimentation

October 28, 2009 Leave a comment

The FDA has now opened the door for widespread human experimentation during this year’s flu season, allowing an antiviral drug called Peramivir to be used even though it has not passed traditional standards of safety testing.  Ever since the FDA crafted its Critical Path agenda it has been looking for excuses to expose vulnerable Americans to toxic drugs under the false pretense of the greater good for all.  The H1N1 Swine Flu fear-mongering is providing the cover that the FDA needs to unleash an experiment.  The new Obama FDA administration has accepted the baton pass from the recently departed Bush FDA management team (von Eschenbach, et al.).

Hypocrisy at the FDA runs deep in their culture.  The organization fails to warn the public of the known immunosuppressive effects of commonly used drugs such as antacids and statins – drugs that have been shown to increase the risk for infection.  At the same time, the FDA has branded all nutrition as fraud.  What right does the FDA have to brand nutrition as fraud?  Nutrition has been battling influenza since humans have been around.  Without nutrition humans would have never survived any flu pandemic.  Nutrition is harmless to human health and invaluable to survival.  In the FDA’s mind it is illegal.  Rather, human experimentation is now deemed legal by the FDA.  It’s all about protecting and expanding the profits of Big Pharma and Big Biotech.

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H1n1 Warning…

September 4, 2009 Leave a comment

“1976” – 60 minutes interview in  about the affects of swine Flu vaccine.


Suspension of The Constitution and Marshal Law

September 1, 2009 Leave a comment

The Constitution is being subverted through a series of executive orders on both sides of the political isle. The history of this subversive coup goes much further back, but we’ll pick it up here with the Truman administration.

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Secret Process Benefits Obama Pets

August 30, 2009 Leave a comment

A sleepy Montana checkpoint along the Canadian border that sees about three travelers a day will get $15 million under President Barack Obama’s economic stimulus plan. A government priority list ranked the project as marginal, but two powerful Democratic senators persuaded the administration to make it happen.

Despite Obama’s promises that the stimulus plan would be transparent and free of politics, the government is handing out $720 million for border upgrades under a process that is both secretive and susceptible to political influence. This allowed low-priority projects such as the checkpoint in Whitetail, Mont., to skip ahead of more pressing concerns, according to documents revealed to The Associated Press.

It wasn’t supposed to be that way. In 2004, Congress ordered Homeland Security to create a list, updated annually, of the most important repairs at checkpoints nationwide. But the Obama administration continued a Bush administration practice of considering other, more subjective factors when deciding which projects get money.

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In Memory of Mary Jo Kopechne

August 26, 2009 Leave a comment

Who was Mary Jo Kopechne, forever linked to Ted Kennedy because of Chappaquiddick? Read her biography below and read about the incident itself. Then see the videos at the end of this post.

Mary Jo Kopechne

Mary Jo Kopechne

Mary Jo Kopechne Biography

Mary Jo Kopechne was born on July 26,1940 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. She was the only child of Joseph and Gwen Kopechne. She attended parochial schools in New Jersey where she grew up and graduated with a degree in business administration from Caldwell College for Women in 1962. She moved to Montgomery, Alabama, to teach for a year at the Mission of St. Jude as part of the Civil Rights Movement. And then in ‘63, she moved to Washington, D.C., to work as secretary to Florida Senator George Smathers. Mary Jo Kopechne joined New York Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s secretarial staff, following his election in 1964 where she worked as a secretary to one of RFK’s speechwriters.

By all accounts, Mary Jo Kopechne was a loyal and tireless worker for Robert Kennedy. During his campaign, she worked as one of the “Boiler Room Girls”, an affectionate name given to six young women who worked from a central, windowless location in Kennedy’s Washington campaign headquarters.

After Robert Kennedy was assassinated in June of 1968, Mary Jo was devastated and felt she could not return to work on Capitol Hill. She eventually went to work for Matt Reese Associates, a Washington, D.C., firm that helped establish campaign headquarters and field offices for politicians and was one of the first political consulting firms.

Mary Jo Kopechne lived in a Georgetown neighborhood with three other women. She was a devout Roman Catholic with a demure, serious personality, rarely drank much, and had no reputation for extramarital activities with men.

On July 18, 1969, Mary Jo Kopechne attended a party on Chappaquiddick Island, off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, held in honor of the Boiler Room Girls – her old friends and fellow Robert Kennedy campaign workers.

Reportedly, Mary Jo Kopechne left the party at 11:15 p.m. with Ted Kennedy, after he offered to drive her to catch the last ferry back to Edgartown, where she was staying. That ride cost Mary Jo Kopechne her life. After supposedly making a wrong turn, Kennedy drove his car off a bridge, freeing himself from the submerged car and leaving Mary Jo to die. Mary Jo Kopechne was 28 years old. Read more…

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US $20 trillion in debt by 2019…. (Just A Reminder)

August 26, 2009 Leave a comment

Obama revises budget estimates.

As you read here last week, Barack Obama’s estimate of the budget deficit was off by a mere $2 trillion. According to the Obama administration, the U.S. deficit will skyrocket to $9 trillion over the next 10 years — $2 trillion more than it forecasted earlier this year.

Add that to the existing $11 trillion budget deficit and you get a $20 trillion national debt by 2019.

Two Missouri Democrats quit after guilty pleas in campaign-finance probe

August 26, 2009 Leave a comment

Two lawmakers from the St. Louis area resigned Tuesday from the Missouri General Assembly after pleading guilty to obstruction of justice charges in connection with a federal campaign finance investigation.

Freshman Democratic state Sen. Jeff Smith — viewed by many as a rising star in political circles — pleaded guilty to two federal counts of obstruction of justice tied to his failed 2004 congressional campaign.

Democratic state Rep. Steve Brown, who served as an aide to Smith in the 2004 campaign, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to obstruct justice. Brown also was serving his first term in office.

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