Thursday, March 26, 2009

G a r d a s i l - get informed first!

There is a massive program at present to have our sisters and daughters take the G a r d a s i l shot to immunize against cervical cancer. And why not, it's claimed to be worth $900 to the drug company for every individual who takes the program. As you will see from this report, many side effects have been claimed, ranging from feeling dizzy directly after the shot, to debilitating illness, permanent damage and even death. See for yourself.

As a parent, you must make an informed decision about giving ANY vaccine to your children. Do not just trust your family doctor. You will never forgive yourself if you inflict harm unnecessarily on your children, even if unintentionally. Not all doctors believe that vaccinations are safe. Our own doctor refused to immunize our children when we ignorantly requested it. It was at that point that we did our own research and came to the conclusion that we would not vaccinate our children. It takes guts and information to reach that conclusion. The number of medical practitioners who don't vaccinate is steadily growing. It is no longer a freaky fringe issue.

Here is one of the best comprehensive lectures about general vaccination safety and efficacy by Dr David Ayoub:

90mins. essential viewing.

The drug industry is big business, second only to the military/security industrial complex. Ask yourself, if profit be your motive, would you seek to cure people permanently and destroy your cashflow? No, of course not. It is in their interests to have us permanently ill so that we continue to buy the drugs. Why is that so hard to see? Printer companies will give away the inkjet printer to commit us to buying the ink over a long period of time at exhorbitant prices. It's in their interest to create new diseases just to sell us the cure. Why kill the goose that lays the golden egg? Who would be better positioned to create diseases than a drug company? There is a whole industry in creating nightmare diseases for biological weapons. Look at weapons grade anthrax.

Many of the posts I bring to you originate from US news and primarily affect Americans. Although we Australians have the luxury of distance to insulate ourselves to some degree from what's happening to the US, I share these stories because the US has always functioned as a preview for what happens here. In many things economically, culturally or politically, Australia copies the US lead. It's only a matter of time before we're supersizing value meals to the same extent as America. This applies equally to good and bad trends. When it comes to putting poison into our bodies, we're doing that right now and it affects us personally. We are no longer spectators.

Please get informed before submitting to an agenda for Big Pharma profit at the expense of the lives of your kids.

BTW, in Australia, you cannot be discriminated against because of your immunization status. You cannot be forced to take shots. It cannot be made mandatory for entry to any school. Know your rights under the law.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

The Obama Deception

Three months ago, Obama was hailed as messianic saviour. His inauguration was on par with the Transfiguration of Christ.

Where are we now? By all accounts, it would appear that it's business as usual for the US government. Troops are still in Iraq, bankers are still raping the economy, the promise of cleaning out the cronies has been completely forgotten. Most Aussies would probably say "give the guy a fair go". Yes, we have a reputation for being good sports, but what we are watching now on the world stage is not for entertainment.

The most downloaded video on the internet at the moment is the Alex Jones movie "The Obama Deception". Woah, that's obviously a negative take on Obama. Three months ago, he could do no wrong. What has happened? Find out for yourself.

Monday, March 16, 2009

What they didn't teach us in economics class...

Unless you have been living under a rock you would know that the world is experiencing the GFC (Global Financial Crisis). In the US thousands everyday are losing their jobs and then their family homes. In Australia, we too are feeling the strain, but certainly not to the same extent as our American friends. In my industry, many firms are working 4 day weeks, taking pay cuts or are being retrenched. You see what’s happening on the world stage, you are feeling its effects, but do you understand why it’s happening? Unless you’re a banker yourself, I bet you have no idea.

The following are some of the concepts many of us believe is true about the monetary system.

  • Money is a paper representation of a store of real assets of value like gold or silver, held in the Mint.
  • We deposit money in banks and they lend it out, dollar for dollar.
  • We think they are getting rich mainly from exorbitant fees and interest rates.
  • Money makes the world go round.
  • Paper money is actually worth something
  • The premises that our monetary system are basically sound in theory, the CFC is the result of certain individuals being irresponsible or greedy.
  • It’s morally acceptable for banks to charge interest.
  • This is the only monetary system we can have and it’s always been this way.
  • I can be a Christian and still work for a bank.
  • The world economy can recover from this GFC, give it a year or so.

If you believe any of the above now, I guarantee you, you will think differently after seeing the following videos.

Money As Debt

This video explores the whole concept of money and how the banks make it out of thin air and treat the people as dupes to be scammed and why they hope we never wise up to the scam. It’s full of graphics and animation and is easy to watch.

Crisis of Credit

This video explains why the world economy is collapsing, emanating from the US sub-prime mortgage sector. You will understand why what’s happening presently is not recoverable and is irreversible. We have built our civilizations upon lies and deception and it’s finally crashing down around our ears.

It’s important to see BOTH videos to get a complete picture.What can you do about the current financial crisis?...a lot! Just by informing yourself and crawling out from the comfort of naivety you will cease "playing the drongo". That's got to be a step in the right direction.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Take me in your lifeboat

With all that is happening around us, consider this as a sorbet between courses.

Take me in your lifeboat

written by Flatt & Scruggs

performed by Del McCourey with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

Take me in your lifeboat, oh
Take me in your lifeboat
It will stand the raging storm
Take me in your lifeboat, oh
Take me in your lifeboat
It will bear my spirit home.

Now come brothers and sisters and don't fall asleep
We'll pray night and day or we'll sink in the deep
Fathers and mothers are prayin' so well
The Lord won't you take me in your lifeboat.

The clouds are so heavy the winds are so loud
The thunder are rollin' and burstin' the clouds
They pray to their sinner mates for what they have done
They took the dyin' sinner in their lifeboat.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

FEMA on Fox

It looks like the main stream media is only just starting to wake up to FEMA camps. Glenn Beck raises the taboo subject of FEMA camps on a Fox news talk show. He intended doing a story debunking the camps as conspiracy theory but ends up admitting that they are real. Not only that, the light dawns... whilst the government is benign, there is nothing to worry about, but if the government turns totalitarian, there's reason for great concern. You would think that if there was something that looked like a concentration camp being built in your town that it would raise a few eyebrows amongst the locals. The ignorance is astounding. Two out of four admit they have never heard of such camps. They're more worried about "evil" emanating from Syria and Iran.

fox segment 7 mins

I think most Australians would be aware of the detention camp established on the tiny Pacific island of Nauru several years ago. It caused a lot of controversy at the time. How come we seem to be aware of one camp in the middle of nowhere, thousands of miles from the Australian coast, yet Americans aren't aware of 800 camps nation wide? In this case, the term "Wake up Australia" would be grossly unfair!

Is there hope that, if a FEMA camp story can break on mainstream media, it might be a sign that the corporate stranglehold upon it might be starting to weaken? No sir. The follow up to the Glenn Beck story is that now he is back pedalling on bringing us the story about FEMA camps. He claims he is "not ready" to bring the story to the public. Despite his protests to the contrary, the minders have no doubt had a little chat with Mr Beck and suggested to him to get back in line. Let's see if this story ever emerges.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Obama - Business as usual

There will no doubt be a honeymoon period with President Obama as he settles into the Oval Office. Despite the messianic hype I am keeping an open mind, but I am looking closely at the decisions and policy being made. One of the things I am most interested in is the US defense budget. In an earlier post, I made the point that the amount of money spent on the US military is insane and obscene, when compared with other superpower nations. Given the context of the global financial meltdown and the impossible debt over the heads of the American people, you would think that military spending would be at least moderated. Well, Obama has revealed his budget outline for the next financial year and it seems to be business as usual. Meet the new boss, just like the old boss. The plan is to increase spending by 2.1% on last year to $534 billion. However, this is not a real figure. Refer to my earlier post which shows the amount more like $1.4 trillion. Despite the rhetoric about chasing down failed banker bonuses, I can only deduce that the new administration is just not being serious. They will cling onto their global empire, even if the people have to live in tents and window shop in ghost malls because they have no job and no money. Some sensible congressmen are calling for a 25% reduction in military spending. That would be more like it. Even the Soviets cut back on their military budgets during the collapse of the USSR in the 80s.
The truth is that the main US export industry is not pornography, Hollywood, fast food franchises or tacky TV shows, it's killing machinery and the human misery that proceeds from it. Warfare is profitable and business is business. The solution, in purely economic terms, is for the US to stop buying bombs for "defence"and increase the export of bombs to other nations. One would have a vested interest in starting wars between foreign states to stimulate the market, wouldn't one? Rest assured, the marketing department (read CIA) are working hard on that one.