by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Report: Pfizer ‘Hid Link’ Between Anti-Depressants and Birth Defects
Pharmaceutical mammoth Pfizer faces more than 1,000 lawsuits from victims who say that the company knew about the relationship between birth defects and their #1 best-selling anti-depressant. A claim that Pfizer has, of course, battled against.
Now, however, new reports have surfaced that Pfizer’s own scientific advisers were warning of the deadly link for more than a year. Something that my team told you in 2012 was already going on. According to Bloomberg:
“A Pfizer Inc. report shows a scientist warned executives last year about a potential link between the anti-depressant drug Zoloft and birth defects and recommended changes to the medication’s safety warning.
The document from a Pfizer drug-safety official might complicate the company’s efforts to fend off lawsuits brought by parents of children with malformed hearts. Pfizer has consistently rejected suggestions Zoloft caused newborn abnormalities and said Monday the document was taken out of context by lawyers suing the company.”
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on 4 Ways to Spot Big Pharma’s Media Manipulation
Studies show – that people are gullible enough to believe anything if it appears on TV and sounds authoritative. Really?
Giant corporations and any other entities that pretty much own the entire galaxy – or act as though they do – have a tendency toward the chameleon behavior of astroturfing because it works so well.
Astroturfing involves appearing just like a grassroots movement, but one that also hides the true wizardly sponsor and its intentions behind the curtain. It can get even more complicated with story layers – a carefully constructed narrative such as a made-up group “false flagging” itself, co-opting by mimicking or debunking myths that weren’t even myths in order to sway public opinion. Astroturfing can involve simply a deceptive or purposely-controversial way to sell products, all the way up to overthrowing governments with color revolutions. All of those goals can involve the use of online comments, blogs, studies and social media to give the appearance of an organic effort with tons of support or just plain confusion that lulls the audience into belief.
Read more http://www.wakingtimes.com/2015/06/08/4-ways-to-spot-big-pharmas-media-manipulation/
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Smart SEX TOY Will Track Your Every Move Beneath The Sheets
Makers of sex toy ‘Lovely‘ are currently running a crowd-funding campaign to create the device that promises to use ‘built in sensors and sophisticated algorithms’ to track your every move beneath the sheets. Then, it will seek to provide useful suggestions and ideas on what you should try next time via a smartphone app.
With a steep retail price of $169 (£110), the creators appear to be hoping that tech and data enthusiasts will find the product somewhat useful. Would it really appeal to anybody else?
This product should not really be a surprise for anyone following the news closely. Wearable computer systems are now being developed and smart A.I. is coming to take control of cities around the world. All of these developments point towards an overarching move towards transhumanism.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Bilderberg goes IT: Shadowy club to talk AI, cyber-security
In between pontificating on the US election, Greece’s turmoil and the position of Russia, participants in the shadowy Bilderberg conference are going to discuss the development of artificial intelligence and risks of cyberspace.
The club that has been bringing together west’s most influential financiers, media moguls, industry captains, politicians and royalty for over six decades, is meeting this week in Austria. Some 140 guests are to visit the Telfs-Buchen alpine resort, where this year’s conference is to be held, just 20 km from the site of the G7 summit. The group has published its agenda and guest list ahead of the four-day private event.
From politics, it brings together two current European prime ministers, Mark Rutte of the Netherlands and Charles Michel of Belgium, and several ministers such as UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen and Finnish Finance Minister Alexander Stubb.