Bang up to date for what is happening in the States with regard to mandatory vaccines.
If you are a Maine resident get involved and vote on 3rd March to defeat the withdrawal of personal and religious rights to refuse vaccinations and the Vitamin K shot at birth and be fully informed.
74 vaccines by the age of 18 – plus losing the right to public education at any age.
But the Nuremberg Code guarantees freedom of choice as a Human Right.
Make sure we do not lose it!
Very enlightening article.
The same names cropping up time and time again – CIA and the NED throwing money around.
If only Americans knew how much and how this money is being spent in their name.
$30 million on the protests in Hong Kong because they are worthy victims.
A fascinating sequence with Tareq who resigned from Newsweek after his story on the OPCW leaks was dropped.
Kudos Tareq for taking a stand and for sharing the inside information on how the NGO’s and think tanks have hijacked journalism.
Some interesting thoughts from Basil and Patrick on the year ahead but I completely concur that the the man of 2019 should be Julian Assange followed by Maduro.
Hopefully, we are looking at Julian’s complete release and exoneration in 2020.
Episode #308 – ‘OPCW Leaks, 2020 Harbingers’ with guest Tareq Haddad and more
A short but immensely heartwarming story.
Jerome was falsely accused of murder when he was 17 and released after 20 years.
A beautiful summary from his attorney that he was, “Grace under fire.”
But he never, ever should have been arrested.
The police wanted the case closed which sadly, had nothing to do with the truth.
SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘Imprisoned: The Man at the Party’ (2019)
Exciting article especially for those approaching their senior years.
Intermittent fasting is simple to put into place and finding the exercise that works for you, especially before breakfast.
The theory is important and Mercola explains this well as does his guest Clement.
The numbers are horrendous and the suffering unimaginable.
The waste and the suffering, especially hungry and homeless children is unforgivable.
Stephen makes the point that the money spent on war and destruction is being taken from those in the US who need housing, food, healthcare and good schools.
As politicians refuse to listen and take note of the suffering around them then the people have to do it themselves.
How can you make a difference and get involved?
We have got to the point where the msm lacks the courage to even report the latest Wickileaks drop.
Nothing to see here.
The war crime in Douma never happened and the US is totally manipulating the news that is allowed.
Disgraceful but sadly for many they will never hear the truth as it is increasingly censored out.
Unless we speak out and share and support the truthful alternative media outlets.