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Hundreds of Thousands of Babies on Antidepressants & Psychotropic Drugs

Hundreds of Thousands of Babies on Antidepressants & Psychotropic Drugs

Parenting has never been easy, but parents certainly face some new challenges in the 21st century. Making medical choices for your children is one of many responsibilities, and in the era of mandatory vaccines and big-pharma influence over the medcial establishment, decisions which once may have been easy to make are now more complex than ever before.

Take mental health, for example. Never before in the history of human kind have we suffered from such dreadful mental health, and never before have human beings used chemicals like modern pharmaceuticals to regulate their emotional and spiritual well-being by tinkering with body chemistry. Psychotropics are chemical pharmaceuticals that change brain chemistry and create alterations in mood, consciousness and perception. Whatever your opinion of them is, they are a here to stay in our society, they can have extremely negative side effects, and they are even linked to some very shocking incidents of public violence. These drugs can be dangerous.

“As far as antipsychotics, antianxiety drugs and antidepressants, the FDA and international drug regulatory agencies cite side effects including, but not limited to, psychosis, mania, suicidal ideation, heart attack, stroke, diabetes, and even sudden death.” [Source]

Read more  http://www.wakingtimes.com/2015/08/13/hundreds-of-thousands-of-babies-on-antidepressants-psychotropic-drugs/

What would we think if Westminster child abuse scandal was in another country?

What would we think if Westminster child abuse scandal was in another country?

The full scale of the Westminster child abuse network is not yet entirely known. In the wake of the revelations over once-loved national treasure, now disgraced celebrity Jimmy Savile, more and more high-profile figures have been named as part of several ongoing police investigations.

Allegations stretching back for many decades right through to the present day involve senior political figures, high ranking police officers and TV personalities.

The late Jimmy Savile and Cyril Smith MP are among those so far named and shamed, the full extent of their behaviour finally coming to light only now, many years and after many of the assaults on children took place. The fact that these predators picked on some of the most vulnerable, defenceless people in society, children living in children’s homes, only compounds the magnitude of the crimes committed and highlights just how vile the political establishment in the UK really is.

And let’s not delude ourselves: While many in the media are portraying these crimes as so-called “historic” child abuse, there is every reason to think that the same sordid network still exists.

Margaret Thatcher, who was good friends with Jimmy Savile, tried her best to keep a lid on the scandal which allegedly involved many key figures of the Conservative Party. In the run-up to this year’s general election David Cameron did the same thing.

Nevertheless, one senses the dam of lies built up to protect these high-ranking abusers, from some of the most powerful positions in society, is about to break.

The latest political figure to be named in investigations is Ted Heath. The former PM was once very good friends with Jimmy Savile, who had access to children’s homes due to his prestige as a trusted charity worker and celebrity. Savile also used to accompany Heath on yachting excursions.

Read more http://www.rt.com/op-edge/312189-heath-child-abuse-scandal/

American nuclear whistleblower to receive $4.1 million to drop charges

American nuclear whistleblower to receive $4.1 million to drop charges

A nuclear whistleblower in the US will be paid millions of dollars in exchange for dropping his legal charges against the company that fired him for uncovering unsafe disposal of nuclear waste.

AECOM, a distinguished name in infrastructure industry, has reached a $4.1 million settlement with Walter Tamosaitis, a former employee that blew the whistle on an unsafe nuclear waste processing plant in Hanford, Columbia, home to the largest nuclear landfill in the US.

“The company has not tolerated, and will not tolerate, retaliation or harassment in any form against anyone who raises a safety issue in good faith,” AECOM said in a statement on Wednesday. “The company is pleased to put this matter behind us and continue with the important cleanup work at the Hanford site.”

Before being sacked, Dr. Tamosaitis was leading a team of 100 scientists and engineers who were assigned with designing a method to neuter millions of gallons of highly toxic nuclear sludge which was stored in leaking underground tanks near Columbia River.

He was working for URS at the time, a company that was acquired by AECOM later on.

Read more  http://presstv.ir/Detail/2015/08/13/424594/Hanford-Nuclear-Waste-Walter-Tamosaitis-

 

TRANSHUMANISM being ramped up: Turn your entire BODY into a touchscreen: Flexible iSkin sensors let you control gadgets by poking and stroking your skin

TRANSHUMANISM being ramped up: Turn your entire BODY into a touchscreen: Flexible iSkin sensors let you control gadgets by poking and stroking your skin

German researchers developing patches that turn skin into touchscreen, iSkin allows users to answer a phone call or adjust volume on music player.

The world is becoming awash with wearable tech, from the Apple Watch to the soon-to-be relaunched Google Glass.

But a group of German researchers wants to take this a step further by turning the human body itself into a touchscreen.

Called iSkin, the technology is a concept for touch-sensitive stickers that apply directly to human skin, effectively removing the limitations of tiny screens or clunky headsets.

iSkin turns the human body into a touch interface (pictured). Users of iSkin can design their own stickers on a computer beforehand so that they can be in control of how they look, similar to designing a tattoo

The concept is being developed by computer scientists from Saarbrücken in collaboration with researchers from Carnegie Mellon University in the US.

Their electrically conductive stickers turn the skin itself into a touch surface, allowing users to answer a phone call or adjust the volume on a music player by stroking themselves.

‘The stickers allow us to enlarge the input space accessible to the user as they can be attached practically anywhere on the body,’ said Martin Weigel, a PhD student in the team led by Jürgen Steimle at the Cluster of Excellence at Saarland University.

LJ Rafferty says “balance comes down in favour” of Janner’s attendance in court

LJ Rafferty says “balance comes down in favour” of Janner’s attendance in court

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Alzheimer’s & Aluminum Link Can No Longer Be Ignored

Alzheimer’s & Aluminum Link Can No Longer Be Ignored

Aluminum has been long known to be neurotoxic, with mounting evidence that chronic exposure is a factor in many neurological diseases, including dementia, autism, and Parkinson’s disease.

However, definitive scientific proof is difficult to establish due to the the lack of longitudinal studies, as well as pushback from industries that use aluminum in their products. Despite the shortage of conclusive studies, mounting scientific evidence leaves little room for doubt.

Case in point: a new case study from Keele University in the UK unequivocally shows high levels of aluminum in the brain of an individual exposed to aluminum at work, who later died from Alzheimer’s disease.

While aluminum exposure has been implicated in Alzheimer’s and a number of other neurological diseases, this case claims to be “the first direct link” between Alzheimer’s disease and elevated brain aluminum following occupational exposure.

Read more http://www.healthy-holistic-living.com/new-study-alzheimers-aluminum-link-can-no-longer-be-ignored.html

Government will step in if councils don’t fast-track fracking applications

Government will step in if councils don’t fast-track fracking applications

Ministers will intervene on planning applications for controversial fracking operations if local authorities fail to act quickly enough, the government announced on Thursday, in a bid to fast-track fracking.

Industry and the government have been frustrated at the slow rate of progress on exploratory fracking for shale gas and oil in the UK, which has been bogged down in the planning process. Ministers have been told that applications to drill and frack in Lancashire could be delayed by 16 months in an appeals process after they were rejected by Lancashire county council.

Under the new planning guidance issued today, councils will be strongly encouraged to meet the existing deadline of 16 weeks to approve or reject fracking applications. Greg Clark, the secretary of state for communities, will now systematically be able to ‘call in’ applications and decide himself.

David Cameron said last year that the government is “going all out for shale” and energy secretary, Amber Rudd, said after the general election that she would “deliver shale”.

Read more  http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/aug/13/government-will-step-in-if-councils-dont-fast-track-fracking-applications

Agreed! Tony Blair ‘should be dragged in shackles to war crimes court’, father of dead solider says

Agreed! Tony Blair ‘should be dragged in shackles to war crimes court’, father of dead solider says

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Tony Blair should be “dragged in shackles off to court as a war criminal”, the father of a soldier who died in Iraq has said as families pledged legal action unless the Chilcot Inquiry is published this year.

Reg Keys, whose son Lance Corporal Tom Keys was killed in Iraq in 2003 aged 20, said delay in publishing the inquiry’s findings was stopping grieving families from getting “closure”.

He criticised inquiry chairman sir John for getting the balance “completely wrong” between getting answers for victims’ families and reflecting the concerns of those politicians who made the decisions and are criticised.

Mr Keys is part of a group of 29 families who have issued a legal ultimatum to Sir John, believing the law requiring inquiries to be concluded in a reasonable time frame may have been breached.

Much of the anger is focused on the ongoing “Maxwellisation” process, which gives the opportunity to individuals facing possible criticism in the report to respond and is holding up publication.

Read more http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/labour/11800370/Tony-Blair-should-be-dragged-in-shackles-to-war-crimes-court-father-of-dead-solider-says.html

Calais migrant crisis means ID cards are now “essential”

Calais migrant crisis means ID cards are now “essential”

Remember this from 2 days ago?

Are you angry enough over migrants yet for me to impose the ID laws I’ve got prepared?

Well it’s in the pipeline

Lord Green of Deddington, chairman of Migration Watch

Migration Watch UK said “radical action” was needed and also called for a full search of all trucks as they arrive at Dover.

The think tank, which campaigns for tighter immigration restrictions, said the crisis in Calais is the culmination of “long-standing and growing weaknesses in the immigration system”.

The report said: “In the longer-term we must return to the introduction of ID cards.

French officials have repeatedly claimed the absence of ID cards in the UK and access to the unofficial jobs market are major factors in drawing migrants to Calais.

 

Hayden Smith

 

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/calais-migrant-crisis-means-id-6243331