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22 Feb '05: Article: Area towns expecting
double-digit health insurance premium increases.
Response: Oh, what a big surprise.
Town officials in desperate straits trying
to find money to cover these benefits.
All the analysis focuses on where-oh-where
will the money come from, but no one asks
where-oh-where has our money gone. The main
answer is that our money is being stolen at
the federal level by the big corps who have
usurped the government and turned us into
a military/war economy swamped in debt and
poisoned by inflation.
This is not a partisan issue, because we've
been getting robbed since day one, but especially
since the first decade of the 20th century
which saw the birth of two monsters: the Fedeal
Reserve, and the IRS.
As for the cost of health care, truly the
sin of it is the nonsense communities are
being suckered into buying. No sense in re-inventing
the wheel: see "Meaningful
Health Care Reform".
21 Feb '05: Article: Lawmakers eye R.I. move
to license Canadian pharmacies
Response: Solution to the wrong problem
is thinking about standing up to the feds
and violating the rule about sale of drugs
across the Canada-to-US border. Rhode Island
has passed a law, and many people think Massachusetts
should as well.
Leominster Mayor Dean Mazzarella says it seems
like an easy solution, but we should solve
the problem here. Amen to that, except that
the good mayor is right for the wrong problem.
It's not drug prices that need fixing, it's
the propagandized belief that drugs cure anything
to begin with.
Once we get that nonsense out of our collective
head and begin to foster wellness in society,
demand for drugs will dramatically drop, and
the pharmas will be selling for pennies.
Granted, drugs help in crises, but medical
dogma underlies most health crisis (self fulfilling).
George C Scott called it in the classic movie
"Hospital" as the director of a
large facility: "We cure... nothing!
We heal... nothing!"
A truly biting irony in the story, omitted
by the intrepid S&E, concerns the fed
government's warning that the Canadian drugs
may not be genuine or safe. At least two federal
agencies are allowed to buy Canadian drugs:
Department of Defense and the Veterans' Administration!
But the best thing about the whole issue is
being neglected, and that is that states can
and should stand up to the federal crime syndicate
and re-assert states' rights. Some cities
and states did this with the Patriot Act.
The Constitution is a contract whereby only
certain powers are surrendered to the federal
government. States are now virtually indentured
vassals begging for federal funds, which are
the people's in the first place. It's a massive
We need to get back to setting and controlling
county power as the political building block
of America. The county sheriff, judge and
commissioner--elected individuals--form the
basis of decentralizing federal power and
keeping it closer to the people. No federal
agent or law enforcement person should have
the power to function in a state without clearing
it through county officials.
19 Feb '05: Article: Panel: Popular Vioxx,
Celebrex and Bextra pose heart risks, but
should stay on market
Response: Oh, absolutely. Crime will find
This is the crowning touch for hypocritically
drug-dependent America, being made sick by
poisons, then 'treated' to poisons as a proffered
solution to the previous poisoning.
panel, a bunch of advisers to the FDA, which
should be in jail for its betrayal of its
trust and the American people, is saying now
that we just have to adjust the PR on the
risks and the target-patient profile, and
we're back in business. Merck et al, and the
FDA vindicated, all in one move.
"popular" painkillers, symbols of
the public's captive health ignorance, are
said to be "needed" by some patients.
Yes, because the unbelievable greed that controls
the medical industry and its government regulators
has worked tirelessly for a century to banish
wellness principles from public awareness
in favor of revolving illness and drug-dependency.
Politicians and the public buy into the conventional
medical lie so well, they're even trying to
get the poisons cheaper from Canada, and will
be so relieved and happy when this is achieved.
Fri, 18 Feb '05: Article: Disparate
delegations team up to fight proposed shipbuilding
Response: Comitting suicide to survive
competitors getting government contracts are
working together to keep money to be cut from
the defense budget, so that jobs won't be
cut. You hate to see anyone lose their livelihood,
but this one exemplifies how our system makes
people dependent on suicidal patterns of behavior.
And these folks don't seem to care whether
the ships are needed or not. Just keep building
them so we'll have jobs.
this is just one small taste of what's coming
one way or another, or all of the above. Energy
crisis, global warming, massive financial
crash, rampant illness...much wailing and
gnashing of teeth to come in next 5 years
17 Feb '05: Syndicated editorial: A murky
case for right to free speech - Jay Ambrose/Scripps
Howard News Service
Ambrose calls the kettle black in this one
Ambrose so frequently parades his clever but
obvious nonsense in S&E, I'm thinking
of creating a rebuttal page just for him.
He's at it again, complaining about a Univ
of Colo professor who dares to speak against
oppressive and ruthless US behavior in the
Middle East (Iraq in this case) and who is
saying that terrorism, particularly 9/11,
is retaliation for that.
This view was stated clearly back in Nov '04
by our own Defense
Science Board. The media has dutifully
buried that truth, and Ambrose ignores it.
According to Ambrose, Professor Churchill
says the 9/11 victims were deserving "little
Adolph Eichmanns." Certainly unpalatable
language on the surface, but 'deserving' was
not said. What was said was taken out of context
by the conniving Ambrose.
refers to Eichmann because he was a bureaucrat
just doing his job as a cog in a nasty wheel--the
point being that, as servants of a capitalist
machine that has committed
atrocities all over the world under guise
of justice. Twin Tower workers (but not only
they) play into the same murderous game. The
underlying corollary principle Chuchill holds--that
we as a society are collectively responsible
for the actions of our government--is quite
sound as well.
If Churchill 'sinned,' it was in overestimating
the intelligence and historical/political
savvy of Americans with the unqualified (at
the time) remark.
says that if 9/11 was retaliation, the attackers
"would have left a calling card listing
what they wanted changed. They didn't."
How completely asinine a remark. Like telling
a bully beating the crap out of you that you're
hitting back for that reason. Well, if we're
to believe recent Osama tapes, he's made motive
quite clear, and its precisely what Churchill
the truth "outs" all by itself,
however. Ambrose says "giving excuses
for evil is tantamount to participating in
that evil." This is Churchill's point,
after all, and precisely what Ambrose is doing
on behalf of corporate America--as if there
has never been an evil hair on the body of
the US or its controlling corporatists. We
know from numerous scandals this is untrue.
most underhanded trick is Ambrose pulling
the Holocaust card and suggesting Churchill
would say the Jews deserved it. That's beneath
even low-brow rhetorical Ambrose tactics.
disinfo part of the piece, on both sides of
the table, is that a bunch of cave-dwelling
terrorists could pull off 9/11 without any
support or inside help. So the article reinforces
the lie that is the official story, and is
no doubt part of Ambrose's motive for contriving
Thu, 17 Feb '05 Article: Stem cell
legislation inspires impassioned debate
Response: Lots of emotion, little
cell debate ongoing. Should society allow
the creation of human embryos in the lab to
get and research stem cells? The 'pro' side
invokes the great potential benefits; the
'con' side, including Governor Mitt Romney,
says it's playing god. I agree with very little
the Governor says or stands for, but I'm with
him on this issue.
ethics aside, if stem cell research is allowed,
there should still be stringent limitations
on it such that it be aimed at physical injury
or defect situations, not so-called incurable
diseases. The latter is primarily an outgrowth
of the medical establishment's refusal to
grasp, utilize and promote the principles
of wellness in favor of lucrative, patentable,
half-baked, ineffective treatments.
Senate President Travaglini is in favor, using
emotional capital and citing "...children
with juvenile diabetes and crippling spinal
cord injuries," and our moral obligation
not to let "hope be taken hostage."
High-sounding words, but smacks of rhetoric.
Adults get spinal-cord injuries too. In any
case, these are two different categories of
is already curable holistically, not medically.
Spinal injuries are another matter. Mr T.
might have been referring to spinal birth
defects, such as spina bifida that could be
virtually eliminated in our society if the
medical paradigm were supplanted by holistic
principles. How many years did babies suffer
from SB until medical "science"
discovered the folate connection?
a society following wellness principles, perhaps
95% of current so-called diseases would disappear.
This, of course, threatens corporate medicine,
and is why it has worked consistently over
the decades to discredit, oppress, and persecute
those who have succeeded outside convention.
17 Feb '05 Article: Local officials worry
about Bush's plan to cut CDBG
Response: Light dawning for Fitchburg,
MA Mayor Dan Mylott?
is a god! Republican Mayor Mylott, who approved
of the re-selection and obscene $40 million
inauguration of his leader, is now beginning
to see how little BushCo cares about America.
Proposed cuts to the Community Development
Block Grant "will be a terrible blow
to us," lamented the mayor.
What surprises is that it takes something
this blatant to wake people up as to what's
going on in Washington (it's called the No-Lobbyist-Left-Behind
Act). The country, the wealth of the country,
the health of the country, and the freedom,
dignity, respect and very future of the country
is being stolen right under our noses.
people around here, least of all our local
politicians, seem to see it. There seems to
be a rash of people suffering from what investigative
journalist Jon Rappoport calls "consensus
you have consensus on your side, it's easy
to argue that point of view. Just go along
with the system. This is basically the way
of the major media. We need a concerted attempt
to challenge consensus, which usually is based
on popular misconception, lack of facts, and
propaganda spread by those whom consensus
reality benefits most.
you're backed up by official-seeming opinion,
you've got confidence. Most people operate
with the comfort of sharing a widely held
belief. That's what we've got in local politics
with growth policy, fiscal policy, drug policy,
health policy, municipal policy, and so on.
question might be, how do people break the
addiction to plugging into consensus reality?
encounter information that convinces them
the consensus point of view is wrong, phony,
staged, misleading (they then need the integrity
to act and speak). And/or people imagine something
beyond traditional consensus (they then need
the integrity to act and speak). Maybe Bush
has served Mayor Mylott in the first way,
and it'll lead him to the second way.
to a glimpse of my world, Dan!
17 Feb '05 Article: 'Fields of Dreams' in
Response: Fields of vegetables would be wiser.
are being cooked up to build 16 soccer fields
off Rte 2 in Lancaster. Touted as "the
largest soccer facility north of Montgomery
County, MD," Fields of Dreams "could
host tournaments that would bring as many
as 2,000 cars, thousands of families and much
needed revenue to the region."
we go again with the same old tired, unenlightened
tune. We really need more cars and traffic
in the region, more pollution, more demand
on resources, more junk-food vendors, ad nauseam.
More of the kind of development that's worshipped
in conventional in-the-box terms (needed revenue),
yet under present global ecological, energy,
financial and market circumstances is suicidal
in the long term.
not easy to see that the revenue crisis is
created by the very system fed with conventional
debt/inflation/growth mentality. Nor that
our revenue is being massively stolen via
the federal government by the corporatists
that have usurped the system. We, the sheeple,
pat ourselves on the back as we follow the
nose ring. This development, like virtually
all other development around here, is just
as surely futile and just as surely an addiction
as shooting drugs.
help ward off the media-unspoken, yet quite
imminent potential crash that will make the
Depression seem like a picnic, and to help
create future regional self-sufficiency in
the coming era of skyrocketing prices based
on global oil depletion, we'd be much better
off with a field of vegetables.
Wed, 16 Feb '05 Article: Councilors
support anti-drug proposal
Response: Fascism comes to the former All-American
city councilors voted for petitions that would
allow police to impound and attach a fine
to cars connected to drug or prostitution
arrests. Welcome to the fascist police state,
where the Gestapo convict people and mete
out punishment on the spot. Why don't the
cops just drag arrestees right off to prison,
avoiding all the messy legal proceedings and
that pesky notion about presuming innocence
until guilt is proven.
vote is a perfect example of our culturally
prevalent self-righteous hypocritical asininity
getting out of hand in real time. It's an
example of the extent of unreason to which
people will go to get on the goody two shoes
and put a face on for the citizens. Maybe
the two co-sponsors had good intentions, but
it comes off as playing god.
city solicitor "deems" the petitions
legal. The article doesn't say by what set
of laws, but it sounds like the laws need
changing, as it's doubtful they'd stand up
against the Constitution (providing that were
not being dismantled by the fascist, anti-American
Patriot Act/Homeland Security fiasco/scam).
petitions were roundly rejected by most people
who responded to an S&E poll, They are
a violation of civil rights and should be
Tues, 15 Feb '05 Article: Study shows
flu shots don't save lives in elderly
Response: Science catching up with a century
of its own error
study led by National Institutes of Health
researchers suggests the fluvax has not saved
any elderly lives. All well and good, although
anyone familiar with vaccine truth could have
told you that already. The long-missing study,
however, is how many have been hurt in both
the short and long term by vaccines, which
in this case are given to the two groups least
able to withstand the toxic load and neurological
insult: elderly and kids.
fear not, Dr. Frankenstein has a bright idea
now--take all the vax that was going to poison
the elderly and poison more kids with it.
But wait, says CDC; no way, we're going to
continue to do our best to poison both age
the former sentiment is Ira Longini, a biostatistics
professor at Emory University, and a proponent
of a strategy that emphasizes the poison needle
for kids. In an apparently twisted bit of
logic, the article says that Longini's statistical
models show that vaccinating kids 5 to 18
"could save more elderly Americans from
hospital visits and death." WTF?
it me, or does that say he thinks the vax
is making the elderly sick and sending them
to the hospital? Hospital--well, now you're
talking about a threat to health and life.
15 Feb '05 letter to editor implies Bush infallibility
in foreign policy.
Demonstrating the power of propaganda and
another citizen has swallowed whole the BushCo
propaganda on Iraq. He prefers the neo-con
spin and the "importance of freedom in
the hands of ordinary citizens" to US
Rep Marty Meehan's report on his investigative
guy sits at home spouting banal politikspeak:
Meehan's eyewitness report is called "elitist
liberal prattle." I call that definition
a well washed brain demonstrating the power
of media mind control.
15 Feb '05 article: Computers helping kids
with "speech, language delays"
Nice to see kids getting help, but what's
is one of those ostensibly warm and fuzzy
stories. It's nice to see the kids getting
help, but, as is typical in local news, the
causes for these problems cited in the article
leave much to be desired.
the "biological" factors cited are
"genetic diseases," such as cerebral
palsy, down (sic) syndrome, visual and hearing
impairments. Nothing is offered as to the
cause of these causes. What can it be?
the "environmental" factors are
substance abuse and home violence. No doubt
such things can damage children. However,
in substance abuse, which is essentially poisoning,
lies a key to a more fundamental cause of
these tragedies: our poisonous way of life
that we hold so dear, including the insufficiently
questioned policy of routine
vaccines are only one source in the sea of
poisons we embrace as the good American life.
One example is the seemingly innocuous process
of washing our hair. Popular shampoos contain
toxic chemicals linked to nerve damage. Research
at the National Institutes of Health has shown
a correlation between a shampoo ingredient
and nervous system damage. Contact with methylisothiazoline,
or MIT, causes neurological damage in rats
(I hate animal experiments, especially when
they "prove" what is simple common
containing MIT are Head and Shoulders, Suave,
Clairol products, and Pantene Hair Conditioner.
Researchers are concerned that exposure to
this chemical by pregnant women could put
their fetus at risk for abnormal brain development.
In adults, exposure could be a factor in the
development of Alzheimer's and other nervous
major source of damage are substances called
excitotoxins, which come to us in our (purposely)
chemicalized ingestables supply (meaning food
supply, but not really being food, just things
are usually amino acids, such as glutamate
and aspartate. These special amino acids cause
particular brain cells to become excessively
excited, to the point they will quickly die.
Excitotoxins can also cause a loss of brain
synapses and connecting fibers. Food-borne
excitotoxins include such additives as MSG,
aspartame, hydrolyzed protein and soy protein
you consider the myriad ways we are being
poisoned (average exposure estimated to be
500 chemicals per day), the really surprising
thing is that anyone is still walking around.
Fear not, however, we are beginning to drop
14 Feb '05 article: Boston Sciomeds (doctors)
fret over "drug resistant" HIV
Might be a problem if HIV caused AIDS
scientific paper exists that proves HIV/AIDS.
This is a theory more akin
to religious dogma than science. In fact,
people who question the dogma are
HIV were the cause of AIDS, the doctors might
have cause for concern, IF their poison drugs
really worked against HIV in the first place.
Nowhere is the extreme toxicity of medical
drugs more apparent than in AIDS. As in cancer,
the 'logic' is to poison you to the maximum
extent that won't kill you in the hope of
poisoning the 'disease' into submission (re-mission,
toxins are involved in almost all illness,
the logic of using more toxins (drugs) to
"cure" the effects of toxins seems
slippery at best. And, since toxins cause
disease symptoms, it would seem we can define
the use of conmedical drugs as the swapping
of one set of symptoms for another.
real mystery not addressed is, since there
is no cure for AIDS officially, what do the
four approved "treatments" do anyway,
and how can there be "resistance"
to something that doesn't cure anything?
11 Feb '05 article: Mass. Gov Romney opposes
cloning for stem cell research
Ethically, he's got a point, but...
I was prompted to write to my state Rep Jennifer
Flanagan because of the news about stem cell
research. Governor Romney has concerns about
a method of cloning embryos from patients.
In other words, they get the stem cells from
human embryos cloned from the sick person.
If that sounds a bit like Dr. Frankenstein
to you, I'm with you.
resistance to the idea is based on the ethical
question of playing God. I think he's got
a point. But there's even more to it, as the
letter to Rep Flanagan suggests:
"In this debate, it would be nice to
get the suggestion out there that maybe most
of such research is redundant anyway, because
'cures' and/or prevention already exist for
what they're researching. It's mostly a money
racket. This industry is being pushed, not
by the drive for wellness, but by vested interests
hungering for patents and expensive treatments.
The irony is in this case Romney is right
for the wrong reason.
"If you've had a chance to see the Premise,
or even the piece on health
care reform I sent on 2/4, it should be
at least a consideration that something like
stem cell 'cures,' even if they work, do not
engender wellness, but only alter symptoms.
not addressing wellness, widespread use of
stem cell cures could create a wave of illness
such as that following the antibiotic/vaccine
era (even tho a good job has been done so
far of obscuring that truth), even producing
heretofore unseen phenomena. Because--you
can't fool Mother Nature. However, it is the
arrogance of scientific medicine, symbolized
in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, that thinks
it can fly in the face of the Creation. The
monster created thereby (which is actually
a tragic figure) returns to wreak havoc.
"If they cure my MS (much of which may
well be caused by mercury poisoning) with
stem cell, and I then have a fatal heart attack,
whose responsible? See, two different 'diseases,'
so it can't be the docs. That's just how it
4 Feb '05: Two 'unrelated' articles
News reveals hypocrisy and unawareness
Two articles today exemplify hypocrisy and
dangerous unawareness regarding threats to
community well being and health.
'Battle against drugs focus of ward meeting'
recounts citizens' concern about neighborhood
drug dealers. 'Children's Place will open
soon' gushes about changes in the Mall at
Citizens say the drug trade steals freedom,
but don't see that illegality itself causes
the worst problems. This infringement on a
matter of personal choice invites criminals
and brings desperation, higher prices, and
Illegality also creates "forbiddeness,"
a mystique that begs defiance. The drug war
is a contrived, self-perpetuating game that
will never be won. Drugs are kept illegal
so that 'legitimate' folk in high places can
make huge profits.
Citizens hypocritically agree with the abridgement
of others' freedoms to impose their will.
Do they want a free society, or a cops-and-robbers
game with oppression by BigBro according to
their opinion? Let's forbid America's favorite
drugs: caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, and sugar.
Would the citizens chase away dealers sure
to appear then?
Ballyhooed mall additions are purveyors of
what I call drugfoods. Pushers of questionable
food choices, especially sugar, yeast-laden
white flour, and processed dairy products
to kids. They are drug dealers like any other--except
legal. Hypocrisy. Dangerous unawareness: little
Johnny's safely at the mall, slamming down
drugfood to shock his pancreas, and cause
tooth decay, flu attacks, eye problems, even
ADD, and more.
All drugs should be legalized, and the resources
now squandered on crime fighting funneled
into outreach/education, and rehab. I'm a
holistic wellness consultant and do not recommend
or promote drug use, especially the most-dangerous
medical ones. But I vigorously advocate the
freedom of informed choice.
Now we'll hear from someone who thinks drugfoods,
the citizen favorites, and the legal poisons
pushed by pharmacies, are safer overall than
4 Feb '05: Social Security Reform in the News
More Bush lies
Much ongoing palaver in the news about Social
Security. Anyone who supports the Bush proposal,
which is based upon more of his lies, is either
careless, ignorant or malfeasant.
3 Feb '05: Two pompous editorials today
Snow tonigt follows snow-job editorials
We get more snow tonight two snow jobs in
today's S&E, both pompous editorials.
The first is one by and indignant S&E
concerning a vote by Fitchburg City Council
to return two petitions on drug dealing and
prostitution to the Legislative Affairs committee
so that the police union could have a say
Gee, sounds reasonable to me. But there is
apparently such great urgency at the paper
to show these nasty criminals who's boss and
to curb these reprehensible behaviors, no
more thought should be given to the means.
One petition allows police to impound a vehicle
used by a "john" for 48 hours (ostensibly
to cause embarassment and inconvenience to
the perp). The other is a $300 "fee"
for any drug or prostitution arrest. Note
that word: arrest. These preconviction punishments
are just what thrills the fascist mind, which
also loves to inject its arbitrary will into
matters of personal choice and behavior.
kind of people will crow about freedom, but
despise it when it offends a stunk-up, self-righteousness
sprayed over with sicky-sweet political correctness.
Also gotta love that new revenue source for
The paper puts down one councilor who expressed
concerns about becoming a police state. This
is a typical tactic of clever rhetoric: say
the truth as if it's untrue. Jay Ambrose uses
that tactic all the time, which brings me
to the second snow job.
The irrepressible Ambrose from Scripps Howard
News Service is a notorious cheerleader for
the White House cheerleader. He's now castigating
anyone who dares raise a question about Iraq,
thereby throwing a damper on the happiness
of the Iraqis over their election, which he
compares to kids opening Christmas presents.
Using the tired old "partisanship"
canard, Ambrose bemoans the spoil-sports who
dare speak truth about the horrific travesty
which has led to this hollow ceremony of a
vote. Let the Iraqis revel in their cruel
delusions, says he. Don't spoil the fantasy
with any facts. And, soon as the constitution's
writ and the second and third elections are
held, we'll pick up our 14 permanent military
bases and skedaddle on outta there.
Ambrose also has the dishonorable gaul to
repeat the psy-op of tying Iraq to 9/11 by
saying a college professor maintains that
it was justified retaliation for the deaths
caused by a decade of UN/US sanctions in Iraq.
He mentions 500,000 children. True enough,
but the total was a million people dead. The
claimed perp of 9/11 has never even mentioned
that as a motive.
But no misery can be blamed on the sanctions,
which made infrastructure recovery nearly
impossible after the completely unnecessary
blasting of Baghdad during Gulf 1, giving
many Iraqis feces-laden water to drink. No,
of course, we blame all that on Saddam's corruption
of the oil-for-food progam.
The truth is that the sanctions compelled
the people to become more dependent on Saddam
for survival, whereas otherwise they may have
Lest we not forget: Saddam had been a CIA
asset and servant of the power brokers. But
BushCo stuck it to him after fairly goading
him into Kuwait, wherein, by the way, he never
used WMD he must have had at that time. Couldn't
let that happen to our Kuwaiti pals.
It must also be recalled that when an overthrow
attempt was made by the Kurds long ago, the
US, via the auspices of Henry the Reptile
Kissinger, turned its back on them and allowed
Saddam to mow them down. Saddam had not yet
fulfilled the role written for him in the
bigger imperial drama of the region. But this
elite coup added to "the case" being
built against the Evil One.
27 Jan '05
Thought for the Day
News of the confirmation of Condi and probably
Gonzo leaves me with this impression: The
elite juggernaut steamrolls on. What appears
to be exposures of criminality by Congress
and even the mainstream media, seem just a
show put on to give the impression of opposition
or that there's two sides. It's like they've
fixed the game beforehand, so the opposition
can speak and make it look good.
21 Jan '05, S&E headline: Bush takes
Hollow words from a cheerleader
Bush takes the oath--something that means
nothing to him, but does to those who can't,
or refuse to, see through the deception and
self-serving criminality that is BushCo. The
headline subtitle: "vows to confront
tyranny." This is a great laugh--exactly
how the elite operate, i.e., attributing their
nature and behavior to others. The perfect
"Practically all of the problems in our
country can be attributed to the continuing
subjugation of the U.S. Constitution. Had
the remedies for such actions, which are provided
in the text of the Constitution, been applied,
many of our former, (as well as current),
leaders would have been prosecuted and removed
from public office. One of the main reasons
that the American people have allowed the
wholesale dismantling of their freedoms and
liberties stems from the effectiveness of
the all pervasive misinformation campaign
that has been waged for over 100 years.
"Most of us believe that we live in the
land of the free. A place where every child
has the opportunity to grow up and be President
of the United States. This belief is, in the
best-case scenario, a stretch. In the worst
case, a bald faced lie. Our political leaders
are increasingly sourced from a pool of self-perpetuating
elitists whose main concern is to distance
themselves from the masses. When Constitutional
law stands in their way, they ignore it. We
are not being shepherded by altruistic wise
men, but, rather, herded by megalomaniacal
desperadoes." - Johnny Silver Bear
20 Jan '05, S&E headline: Boston alerted
to terror threat
Terrorists are evil AND stupid
G.W. BushCo would like everyone to think that
terrorists are not only evil, but stupid.
Real stupid. BushCo wants us to believe that
terrorists think they can stop, or "pay
back" the elite, criminal, oppressive
corporate juggernaut by using bombs against
structures, and the deaths of uninvolved/innocent
BushCo would like us to understand the terrorist
credo: In the face of terror, the corporatists
(who routinely lie, cheat, steal, and murder
indiscriminately for a living) will have their
feelings hurt or suddenly become compassionate
or guilt-ridden, and cease their lying, cheating,
stealing, and killing. What a tragic laugh.
Also know, good citizens, that major terrorist
activity is always spontaneous, and never
an elite clandestine operation. It's not a
variation of what, in the old days, was called
a Protection Racket. That is, "We shall
do our very best to protect you (from the
threat we create). All we have to do is condense
your entire life, including that pimple on
your butt, into a barcode in our elite total
information and surveillance system."
Shivering citizens dutifully expressed their
fears of a horrific terror strike, along with
gratitude for, and confidence in, the security
measures of our wonderful government and BushCo
What monstrously pathetic capitulation to
what the terrorists are said to want. One
person said, "I have to have faith in
our government." Yes, because even a
glimpse of the truth would seriously disrupt
that person's comfort zone by orders of magnitude
more than terrorism.
What's that strange, staccato noise I hear?
Oh, yes, the snickering of confidence men
who have herded their marks into strike position
(that's bent over, in case you're wondering).
Fear-driven citizens give thanks for their
beyond-Orwellian lives of safety via BigBro.
And on we go to the next fascist, genocidal
act in the brave-new-war on terror.
page S&E, Fri 8 Oct '04: Flu vaccine
in short supply
Just Say NO to the Flu Vaccine
October and November, numerous reports will
say we're about to have one of the worst flu
epidemics in history. There will be reports
of possible school closings, restricted air
travel, and many. All of these messages are
fed to the mass media to scare you into believing
you need to get a flu shot.
year, flu vaccine manufacturers earn a hefty
profit on the some 80-100 million vaccines
they manufacture. The entire industry has
become a cash cow for vaccine manufacturers
such as Chiron. The average cost per dose
is $10ˇ$15. This means Chiron could stand
to add 1.5 billion dollars to their bottom
line every year by scaring the public into
the CDC and various government health agencies
help to perpetuate this dangerous lie to the
American public, mainly because they are populated
with industry people and/or those in the pharmas'
year, Chiron already reported in a CNN story
on September 29, 2004 that they have concerns
about the safety of their vaccine because
some batches were contaminated. This could
be good or bad news depending on one's perspective.
Since pharmas police themselves, I worry about
contamination not caught--not that an "uncontaminated"
vaccine isn't still poisonous enough.
good news is, Chiron has lost up to 4 million
doses for this season, meaning many will escape
the toxic blast. The irony is, they say they'll
give what's left to those most at risk, such
as infants and the elderly—who also
happen to be the most susceptible to the harmful
effects of the vaccine.
are many reasons to not get a flu shot. For
one, let's check out the ingredients, taken
from the inserts that come with the vaccines.
They contain two extremely dangerous chemicals:
formaldehyde and mercury. Formaldehyde (embalming
fluid) is a known carcinogen, and mercury
is a known brain and neurological poison.
These chemicals can cause a strong damaging
reaction and may lead to the development of
autoimmune disorders such as Guillain-Barre
syndrome, a disease that resembles Multiple
second reasonn to avoid flu vaccine is because
it will not protect you from the flu. Every
year the CDC recommends flu vaccine manufacturers
put in 3 viral strains they guess might be
the most common infections for the flu season.
However, there are thousands of flu virus
possibilities every winter. Taking a flu vaccine
is basically a crap shoot. Also, officials
frighten people with flu-death statistics,
but never tell you how many of those got the
year, health officials at the CDC stated they
had made a mistake in determining the viral
ingredients for the 2003-2004 vaccine, and
it would offer no protection for the flu virus
that most people were contracting. However,
they still pushed people to get a flu shot.
This made no sense (except financial)!
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
says babies under 2 who get the flu are more
likely to be hospitalized for flu complications
than older children. Last year's flu season
hit children hard; 152 died, most of them
under 5 years old. How many dead got the vaccine?
They never say.
And the final reason you donÝt want a flu
shot is probably the most important reason.
If people pay attention to simple health principles,
such as internal cleansing and good nutirtion,
they won't be susceptible to flu or be levelled
by it if they get it. Not only that, but the
flu symptoms themselves are the body's way
of cleaning itself out. All that guck coming
out is good to get rid of, and most susceptibility
is due to being clogged up.
have a dynamic immune function with white
blood cells that can attack and fight off
the flu virus, so either you donÝt get the
flu or you fight it off. If you do get the
flu, immune function becomes stronger and
you are the benefactor. Various studies have
shown that when we fight off infections using
our natural immunity, we are better protected
from other life-threatening scenarios such
order to keep immunity strong, we need the
friendly bacteria in our digestive tract and
mucous membranes. This crucial internal
population is assaulted constantly in our
society. Thus, a much better protection is
a probiotic regimen and high-quality diet,
proper sleep, and good exercise, along with
lots of water—up to a gallon a day.
you would like further information on the
flu vaccine and why you need to SAY NO! then
you can visit the following links:
There is still another side to this story.
Spin. Most of the people who are said to have
died from the flu actually contracted the
flu secondarily to another symptomology they
were battling. The flu was acting in an opportunistic
way, and was not the sole reason for their
death. Statistics can be misleading!
of Editorial Letters
G. Tocci is a Holistic wellness consultant
and health writer dba Associated Health Services
in Leominster, Massachusetts.
out Holistic Health
Peter G. Tocci
22 Walker St. #2
Leominster, Mass. USA 01453