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We know that over 20 studies, many of which come from prestigious organizations like Harvard and are published in federal government journals, have told us how sodium fluoride is crushing our IQ. We know that a major head at the National Cancer Institute revealed decades ago that fluoride was causing ‘cancer waves’ in the United States.
So, remind me again, why are we still drinking fluoride in our ‘clean’ tap water around the entire world?
As it turns out, it’s because Harvard and federal government journalists must all be wackjob conspiracy theorists! The peer-reviewed research warning that fluoride can cause permanent damage to unborn babies by affecting their neurological development is all a big conspiracy theory to the mainstream media. The sodium fluoride that is literally assaulting the brain in mega-high doses of 5,000 PPM in ‘prescription fluoride’ toothpaste being dished out by dentists who say their childhood patients are ‘deficient’ in the IQ-destroyer is perfectly safe in their eyes.
When analyzing the Harvard research, published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives, a component of the United States National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, we find quite a few concerning details. The study makes it explicitly clear how damaging sodium fluoride can be, with writers explaining:
“The children in high fluoride areas had significantly lower IQ than those who lived in low fluoride areas.”
The EPA had similar statements, demonstrating how fluoride displays ”evidence of developmental neurotoxicity” and can damage unborn babies. We read:
”Fluoride readily crosses the placenta. Fluoride exposure to the developing brain, which is much more susceptible to injury caused by toxicants than is the mature brain, may possibly lead to damage of a permanent nature.”
Let’s go even further back to the research of Dr. Dean Burke, head scientist at the National Cancer Institute and author of over 250 scientific articles. Back in 1977, the decorated scientist spoke out against fluoride and brought it to the attention of the National Cancer Institute. At that time, Burke found that sodium fluoride was fueling the development of cancer cells and tumor growth — at the average level of 1 PPM. He estimated that around 10,000 had died from the fluoride-induced cancer from that level.
As I detail in the video below, now we see levels as high as 5,000 PPM in toothpaste, 500,000% higher than the water fluoridation levels Burke was examining:
I guess no one told the media that even the United States government called for lower fluoride levels after a mountain of research accumulated regarding these links. They must be conspiracy theorists too.
The fact is that the fluoride debate hits a brick wall thanks to the rhetoric the mainstream media and laughable ‘skeptics’ use by throwing around terms like ‘conspiracy theory’ to discredit any real debate. In fact, it’s actually working against them. Right now we have so many conscious citizens realizing that they don’t want to consume the tainted tap that it’s really considered outlandish in many areas to drink from the tap without at least a fluoride-removing filter of some kind. A lot has changed as more information comes out.
But still, how could we possibly allow this fluoridation to go on for as long as it has? Even if there was only some research indicating an issue, isn’t it enough to begin withdrawing it from the water — or at least enough to conduct more independent research? I think any reasonable person would agree the answer is yes.
It’s time to accelerate this issue from a tired debate of ‘conspiracy’ theory name-calling to a topical issue we can generate a victory for. We’ve done it for GMOs; we’ve done it for high-fructose corn syrup; we’ve done it for BPA. It’s time to blast this information into the stratosphere and demand action.
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The Associated Press Posted: Feb 5, 2013 8:47 PM ET Last Updated: Feb 5, 2013 9:51 PM ET
U.S. Geological Survey says the 8.0-magnitude quake struck west of Soloman Islands
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says an 8.0 magnitude earthquake in the South Pacific has generated a tsunami that may be destructive near the epicentre.
The Hawaii-based agency said sea level readings indicate a tsunami formed after the major quake struck Wednesday near the Solomon Islands. More distant coasts may be threatened.
The quake occurred near Lata in Temotu province, the easternmost province of the Solomons, about a three-hour flight from the capital, Honiara. The region has a population of around 30,000 people.
“There was no immediate report of damages or any accidents,” said George Herming, a spokesman for the prime minister. “We’ve been hoping that reports will come in from the responsible authorities … very soon.”
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said the tsunami warning is in effect for the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Tuvalu, New Caledonia, Kosrae, Fiji, Kiribati, Wallis and Futuna.
A tsunami watch is in effect for American Samoa, Australia, New Zealand and eastern Indonesia.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake struck 81 kilometres west of Lata, at a depth of 5.8 kilometres.
British Columbia’s disaster alert centre sent out a tweet saying there was no impending threat to the province, but that officials were monitoring the situation.
You know not all is lost when reverence for the occupiers of the White House is entirely shunned in favor of disdain for the dictator via symbolic fun. According to Breitbart, the White House released a photo of Obama skeet shooting at Camp David, with a stern warning:
“This official White House photograph is being made available only for publication by news organizations and/or for personal use printing by the subject(s) of the photograph. The photograph may not be manipulated in any way and may not be used in commercial or political materials, advertisements, emails, products, promotions that in any way suggests approval or endorsement of the President, the First Family, or the White House.”
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Canadian military has no immediate plans to replace knock-off electronics
Despite repeated government denials, CBC News has confirmed that some of Canada’s new Hercules military transport planes have counterfeit Chinese parts in their cockpits that could leave pilots with blank instrument panels in mid-flight.
Documents show the Canadian military has known about the bogus electronic chips in the giant Hercules C-130J aircraft since at least July 2012, but continued to hide the fact during a CBC News investigation months later.
The military continues to fly the new Hercs with the fake parts, and says it still has no immediate plans to replace them.
A 14-month investigation by the powerful U.S. Senate armed services committee concluded last year that counterfeit parts in the Hercules transports and other American-made military equipment are prone to failure with potentially “catastrophic consequences.”
Failure of the parts could leave Canadian military pilots flying blind, potentially in a combat zone, with no information on altitude, speed, location, fuel supply, engine performance or warning messages.
Well it appears that our favorite government patrolled and controlled social media site, Facebook, is stepping up efforts to steal any personal information that you have not already provided voluntarily. From my perspective this is attacking people on a two step process.
Firstly, Facebook changes policies and all are considered virus infected unless going through a virus scan, without any proof that they have a virus infection, but that is alright, Facebook will create one. This is sounding quite government familiar already, isn’t it?
Okay, to keep their billion dollar system safe from the average school kid or mom and pop, we are forced to submit to this virus scan, which will only load unwanted software on our systems. Hopefully this assault is only performed on some of us and not all of us.
A woman in Houston, Texas, was arrested and jailed for 12 hours after she held up a make-shift sign to warn drivers about a speed trap.
Natalie Plummer was officially charged with walking in the roadway — jaywalking, essentially — though she says the police officers who arrested her were just angry that she had tipped off speeders.
Miss Plummer was riding her bicycle along a road near downtown Houston on Thursday when she spotted police officers pulling drivers over.
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She told KTRK that it looked like the officers were targeting cars at random, so she recorded some the activity on her cell phone.
Then, she said, she turned around and wrote ‘Speed Trap!!’ in large letters on a piece of grocery bag to warn oncoming traffic.
‘I was simply warning citizens of a situation ahead,’ she told the TV station.
The officers didn’t see it that way. Shortly after she took up her post, a squad car pulled up to Miss Plummer and an officer grabbed her backpack off her shoulder and began rifling through it.
Then, he handcuffed her and told her she was under arrested for felony obstruction of justice and that she would spent three to five years in jail, at minimum.
Gmail accounts targeted by ‘state-sponsored attackers’ using Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability0
(NAKED SECURITY) Both Google and Microsoft have put out alerts about an un-patched, zero-day hole in Internet Explorer that didn’t get fixed on Patch Tuesday and is actively being exploited in the wild.
Neither Google nor Microsoft referred to those state attackers in their respective security warnings. ZDNet attributed that particular detail to a source it said was “close to these investigations”.
This source confirmed to ZDNet that the attacks motivated Google to warn Gmail users last week about the attackers.
As ZDNet pointed out, Gmail users have been reporting on Twitter that they’ve been hit by the Gmail warning.
Google security engineer Andrew Lyons wrote in the company’s security blog that Google reported the vulnerability to Microsoft on May 30 and that the two companies have been working on the problem since.
He wrote on Tuesday:
Today Microsoft issued a Security Advisory describing a vulnerability in the Microsoft XML component. We discovered this vulnerability - which is leveraged via an uninitialized variable - being actively exploited in the wild for targeted attacks.
Lyons said that the attacks are spreading both from malicious web pages set up to snare Internet Explorer users and through Office documents.
Users running any flavor of supported Windows are vulnerable, from XP onwards up to and including Windows 7. All supported editions of Microsoft Office 2003 and Microsoft Office 2007 are also vulnerable.
The hole hasn’t been stitched up yet, but Microsoft is suggesting a workaround that will help prevent it from being exploited.
Microsoft’s security advisory recommends that IE and Office users immediately install a Fix it solution, downloadable with instructions from Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 2719615, until the company gets the final fix out.
The vulnerability crops up when Microsoft XML Core Services 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, and 6.0 try to access an object in memory that hasn’t been initialized, which can corrupt memory such that an attacker could execute arbitrary code on a hijacked machine.
A victim would have to visit a maliciously crafted site using IE to suffer an attack. An attacker might lure users into visiting a booby-trapped site by enticing them to click on a link in an email or via messaging.
A successful attack grants the intruder the same user rights as the logged-on user. Therefore, a mitigating factor is to configure accounts with fewer rights, as opposed to operating with administrative user rights.
Microsoft noted that by default, IE on Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008 R2 runs in a restricted mode known as Enhanced Security Configuration. That also mitigates the vulnerability.
As far as bolting down Gmail goes, Sophos’s Graham Cluley has a collection of tips on how to stop your Gmail account from getting hacked.
It’s definitely worth a read. Here’s a quick cheat-sheet; Graham gives you more detail on these items in his article:
- Set up two step verification
- Check if your Gmail messages are being forwarded without your permission
- Look where your Gmail account is being accessed from
- Choose a unique, hard-to-crack password
- Secure your computer
- Why are you using Gmail anyway?
OK, that last one’s not a tip, per se, but it’s food for thought if you are, in fact, important enough that a state would want to attack your Gmail account.
If you are, think twice about using a free web email provider for sensitive information. If you’re working for the government or the military, like Graham said, put all that sensitive information on secure systems instead.
It’s starting to happen. The RINOs among the GOP halls are hearing the bells of Liberty and are beginning to grasp the warning that they must start to hear the call of Freedom or be purged.
In Nevada – they get it. And they left.
In other states – they will get it. And they will likely leave.
Let’s continue to ROLL!
The time is NOW to take back our personal liberties and freedoms!
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A US official says a North Korean rocket due to be launched next month may affect an area between Australia, Indonesia and the Philippines.
US Assistant Secretary of State Kurt Campbell is reported to have asked the three countries to condemn the launch.
North Korea says the rocket will take a new southern trajectory instead of a previous route east over Japan.
Japan is readying anti-missile defences around the southern islands of Okinawa, which could be under the flight path.
North Korea says the rocket is intended to put a satellite in space, but the US and others say the launch is a cover for a long-range missile test – a potential delivery system for nuclear weapons.
The launch is expected to dominate a security summit on Monday in the South Korean capital Seoul, which will be attended by US President Barack Obama.
Australia’s Sydney Morning Herald said Mr Campbell had briefed Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr on Friday on the rocket’s southward trajectory.
“If the missile test proceeds as North Korea has indicated, our judgment is that it will impact in an area roughly between Australia, Indonesia and the Philippines,” the paper quoted Mr Campbell as saying.
“We have never seen this trajectory before. We have weighed into each of these countries and asked them to make clear that such a test is provocative and this plan should be discontinued.”