Wikipedia is to blame for much of the onslaught [on me]. Their entries about me, worldwide, are the product of a [Jewish] clique which has locked the entries down, making any rectifications impossible.
Scientists identified the following five healthy behaviors as being essential for the best chance of living a disease- [& dementia-] free life: performing regular exercise, not smoking, maintaining a low body weight, following a healthy diet and having a low alcohol intake.
It is not the liberals, socialists, amoralists, elitists, globalists, etc., who are killing us; it is the pastors, Christians, conservatives, Republicans, etc., who sit back and do nothing that are killing us.
Submitted by Pat Beekman on Sun, 03/14/2010 - 23:38
A Hamas commander was murdered in a luxury Dubai hotel in January, resulting in Dubai's demand for the arrest of the head of Mossad and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The story was big news internationally, including right here in the U.S. But how did Dubai know that Mossad agents carried out the assassination?
Because Dubai has high quality, high-tech surveillance, and it's ubiquitous, writes Borzou Daragahi in The Nation:
"Lacking witnesses but blessed with hundreds of hours of video, the cops and spooks worked the case of the slain weapons smuggler like a movie in reverse.
"Dubai's cameras never blink. The security system allows law enforcement to track anyone, from the moment they get off an airplane, to the immigration counter where their passport is scanned, through the baggage claim area to the taxi stand where cameras record who gets into what cars, which log their locations through the city's automated highway toll system, all the way to their hotels, which also have cameras."
No matter how much harm the big pharmaceutical companies do or how much price gouging they carry out, the U.S. government is not going to enforce the laws that are on the books that would cause them to fail. They’re “too big to fail.”
Meanwhile, Americans are the living receptacles of the expensive and toxic pills that are being prescribed for them by their doctors.
This is obviously a big part of why health care in the U.S. is so expensive. But the right kind of reform is not going to happen, unless the people get massively involved. The chances of that happening appear to be slim to none.
Helen Thomas asks White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs why the U.S. is supporting Israel when it is breaking international law. She is referring to the announcement that Israel approved the building of 1600 more homes for Jews in east Jerusalem during Vice President Joe Biden's current visit to the country.
East Jerusalem was captured by Israel in the 1967 Mideast war, but the international community does not recognize its annexation by Israel. Palestinians see it as their future capital.
Submitted by Kawika Young on Fri, 03/12/2010 - 15:23
Poul Thorsen, M.D., Ph.D.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., an activist in environmental issues, writes in The Huffington Post about the disappearance of a key scientific figure in the vaccine and autism debate, along with $2 million that does not belong to him.
Poul Thorsen, M.D., Ph.D., has been instrumental in putting out widely accepted “scientific evidence” to assure the peoples of nations, very much including the U.S., that a known poison, mercury, has no connection to any subsequently discovered autism. A quick look at his background shows that he has the scientific background and training to be highly credible.
But between mercury-laced shots, Climategate and GMO, scientists and “the experts” are inevitably losing a great deal of credibility and respect among the public.
This story, at least so far, is being ignored by the mainstream media. It's covered in the high readership Huffington Post, but that is not considered to be MSM.
--- by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Chairman, Waterkeeper Alliance; Professor, Pace University
Thursday, March 11, 2010
A central figure behind the Center for Disease Control's (CDC) claims disputing the link between vaccines and autism and other neurological disorders has disappeared after officials discovered massive fraud involving the theft of millions in taxpayer dollars. Danish police are investigating Dr. Poul Thorsen, who has vanished along with almost $2 million that he had supposedly spent on research.
Submitted by Kawika Young on Thu, 03/11/2010 - 15:30
If you’ve watched any of former Representative Eric Massa’s (D-NY) interviews and thought there was something . . . different about him, you may want to compare your impressions with how some from his Navy days remember the U.S. Naval Academy graduate.
by Joshua Green, senior editor
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
A couple years ago, I got a tip about Eric Massa. It involved his aggrieved former campaign manager, Sanford Dickert, who was involved in an ugly dispute. Dickert claimed Massa had fired him and refused to pay him for work he'd done on Massa's unsuccessful 2006 run for Congress. Massa, he said, had retaliated by issuing a series of salacious charges against him, which Dickert denied, including that he had hired, and then given alcohol to, underage staffers, and also that he had made a pass at Massa's teenage son. This seemed like a personal dispute that didn't have much news value and was, furthermore, impossible for me to adjudicate. I didn't write about it. Dickert wound up filing a libel suit against Massa, and in the court documents, which you can read here, the strange and bizarre charges are all laid out.
What's the history of personal information given to the Census Bureau being kept confidential?
March 8, 2010
The current $350 million ad campaign for the 2010 Census, including the much-maligned $2.5 million Super Bowl spots, urges individuals to “Tell your story.” The Census Bureau is particularly eager for minorities and illegal immigrants to do so, as they are traditionally believed to be the most undercounted.
Yet widespread non-compliance, especially among those most likely to be discriminated against by a majority, may not be rooted strictly in the “ignorance” the ads are designed to overcome. History—including very recent history—shows that the information provided to the Census can be used against you.