by Lou Collinsin ResearchComments Off on The lost interview with the late Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez: Chemotherapy drugs are derived from World War I nerve gas chemicals
Natural News contributor Jonathan Landsman has just publicly published a “lost” interview with Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, the holistic cancer treatment doctor who passed away earlier this week.
This video interview, never before released to the public, reveals truly mind-blowing information about the failure of chemotherapy and why holistic approaches to cancer treatment work far better than chemo.
by Lou Collinsin UncategorizedComments Off on Adam’s Calendar: Oldest Megalithic Site in the World
Adam’s Calendar is controversially suggested to be the oldest man-made structure in the world. Sometimes referred to as “African Stonehenge”, it predates both Stonehenge and the Great Pyramid of Giza by tens of thousands of years. Located in Mpumalanga, South Africa it is a standing stone circle about 30 meters in diameter and has been estimated by some accounts to be more than 75,000 years old. Various astronomical alignments have been identified at the site and it is possibly the only example of a completely functional, mostly intact megalithic stone calendar in the world.
The site is aptly named Adam’s Calendar because the stones are placed to track the movement of the sun, which casts shadows on the rock. It still works perfectly as a calendar today by following the shadow of the setting sun, which is cast by the taller central monolith onto the flat stone beside it. This remarkable calendar was originally a large circular stone structure resembling Stonehenge and in the center of the ‘circle’ are two upright stones which are said to have been carved. Its original shape is still clearly visible from satellite images. The stones are all dolomite, weighing up to 5 tons each, and are said to have been transported from a distant site. It should be noted that the area surrounding Adam’s Calendar is extremely rich in gold.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Scots councils paid £1.5m to child abuse victims
SCOTTISH councils have paid out around £1.5 million in compensation to the victims of child abuse during the past decade.
Payments were made in relation to physical and sexual abuse which took place in schools and children’s homes.
Dumfries and Galloway made the biggest award, paying out a total of £1m to 50 individuals abused at the Merkland children’s home in Moffat. Smaller amounts were paid by Glasgow City Council and Fife Council.
The figures are published today as work gets under way on Scotland’s inquiry into the historical abuse of children in care, which is due to begin taking evidence in October.
The inquiry’s chair, Susan O’Brien QC, took up her position earlier this month after surviving a last-minute legal challenge by two Catholic congregations to unseat her.
One of the issues O’Brien will be asked to consider is interim compensation payments for those abused while in care.
The Scottish Government has already announced plans to lift a time bar which previously stopped many survivors taking civil actions against their alleged abusers.
Information obtained under Freedom of Information legislation shows Dumfries and Galloway Council made 50 payments of £20,000 each between April 2009 and 2011 in relation to abuse carried out at a former care home.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Civil servant arrested over claims he was part of VIP paedophile ring and visited notorious London brothel
A former civil servant at the centre of allegations that a paedophile ring once operated in the heart of Westminster has been arrested.
The man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was questioned earlier this year on suspicion of assaulting a boy in London in the late 1970s.
It is claimed that he was part of a ring that had links to top civil servants and public figures. He also allegedly visited the now notorious Elm Guest House, a VIP brothel in London.
The man’s alleged victim spoke to the Metropolitan Police earlier this year to say he was abused on several occasions, beginning when he was 12.
He told detectives the man first approached him at a London museum and enticed him back to his house. He went on to abuse him over two years.
The alleged victim also claimed the man introduced him to two others, who also abused him. All three men have been arrested and bailed until October while police inquiries continue.
The alleged victim described how his life spiralled out of control after the attacks, saying: ‘I was abused… when I was 12 and it happened on about ten to 15 occasions. I have lived with it for years. After this man abused me I spent time in care homes and later spent time in jail. I told police I was abused shortly after the attack and I have also told them on other occasions.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Westminster locked in war of words over child sex claims as top MP reported over abuse insists: ‘I’m not Jimmy Savile’
The row over the Westminster child sex scandal took a dramatic turn last night when the Labour politician reported to police for allegedly abusing boys declared: ‘I am not a paedophile.’
The allegations against the MP, a former Minister, include that he abused a boy in a mental health unit, was linked to a rent-boy brothel, and used his position to force police to let him off.
A week after the accusations were disclosed by this newspaper, the defiant MP claimed he is the victim of a smear campaign.
The allegations against the MP, a former Minister, include that he abused a boy in a mental health unit, was linked to a rent-boy brothel, and used his position to force police to let him off
But the Conservative MP who reported the allegations to police is standing by his actions. He says some of the alleged crimes occurred as recently as 18 months ago and that police are investigating.
The Labour MP, who cannot be named for legal reasons, told The Mail on Sunday: ‘I am completely innocent of these outrageous accusations. They are malicious and unfounded. I have never abused any young boys. I am not some kind of Jimmy Savile figure. I am not gay, I am happily married.
The new powers will give the taxman access to information from Paypal, the online payment company owned by Ebay, smartphone app stores run by Apple and Google, holiday comparison websites and a host of other online retailers.
by Lou Collinsin UncategorizedComments Off on NASA’s Kepler Mission Discovers Bigger, Older Cousin to Earth
“On the 20th anniversary year of the discovery that proved other suns host planets, the Kepler exoplanet explorer has discovered a planet and star which most closely resemble the Earth and our sun,” said John Grunsfeld, associate administrator of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate at the agency’s headquarters in Washington. “This exciting result brings us one step closer to finding an Earth 2.0.”
“We can think of Kepler-452b as an older, bigger cousin to Earth, providing an opportunity to understand and reflect upon Earth’s evolving environment,” said Jon Jenkins, Kepler data analysis lead at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California, who led the team that discovered Kepler-452b. “It’s awe-inspiring to consider that this planet has spent 6 billion years in the habitable zone of its star; longer than Earth. That’s substantial opportunity for life to arise, should all the necessary ingredients and conditions for life exist on this planet.”
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Revealed: Secret plan to put 5,000 heavily-armed troops on streets of Britain to fight jihadis in event of a terror attack
Operation Temperer would see troops guard key targets with armed police
The shocking plans for ‘large-scale military support’ to the police are contained in documents uncovered by The Mail on Sunday. They have been drawn up by police chiefs and are being discussed at the highest levels of Government, but have never been revealed in public or mentioned in Parliament.
The mass deployment of Army personnel on the streets of mainland Britain would be hugely controversial, even if it helped keep the population safe, because it could give the impression that the Government had lost control or that martial law was being imposed.
‘Discussions were ongoing with Government’, the minutes added, saying: ‘Chiefs recognised that the Army played an important part in national resilience and supported the work going forward.’
After being spotted by this newspaper, this section was removed from the NPCC website on Friday.