Thursday, January 18, 2018

Grand Solar Minimum Intensifying Food Shortages Possible Alcohol Prohibition

Adapt2030 | Jan 18, 2018

Sets of regional disruptions are beginning to occur in terms of food production, delivery and availability. Eventually these will meet as a global event. When this happens in order to save grain for human consumption , alcohol prohibition will once again start. Cosmic rays affecting human and animal health now allowing disease strains to spread globally unchecked. The media refuses to tackle the subject. Time is up, the reset button for society has already been pressed.

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US Organic Food Movement Protests USDA Interference in Animal Welfare Standards

Sustainable Pulse | Jan 17, 2018

The U.S. organic food movement, representing dozens of brands, thousands of organic farmers and millions of organic consumers, as well as retailers, certifiers, and organizations, has published an open letter in the Washington Post. The cosigners are demanding that the USDA stop interfering with the public process that has created clear standards for animal welfare in organic food production.

In a full-page paid advertisement in Tuesday’s Washington Post, the group asks USDA Sec. Sonny Perdue to reinstate the Organic Livestock and Poultry Practices rule that was issued in January 2017, a rule that has the overwhelming support of the organic industry and the American people. The OLPP clarifies and codifies animal welfare practices that give consumers what they expect when it comes to organic food choices. The OLPP is the result of a lawful 20-year process with bipartisan support. That is now being subverted by political interference and the influence of industrial agriculture.

“We have seen industrial agriculture fight against animal welfare again and again, whether it is cage-free or ending gestation crates,” said George Siemon, CEO of Organic Valley, who convened the cosigners. “Now, when organic wants consistent animal welfare standards supported by a strong public process, industrial agriculture’s fears are trumping.  They don’t want any expectations for animal welfare in agriculture, period. This is a clear case where USDA replaces established process with the dictate of industrial livestock to stop any animal welfare rules living at USDA—purely political and against organic.”

Siemon continued, “Organic belongs to the people, and the law says so. The organic seal belongs to the farmers, handlers, processors, and consumers who choose organic for their families. It is a system that is supported by a stakeholder process, that provides a lifeline to family farms, and that allows consumers to buy food that meets a higher standard for animal welfare.”

Cosigners include: Organic Valley, Stonyfield Farms, Horizon Organic, Whole Foods Market, National Co+Op Grocers, Applegate, Vital Farms, Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs, Maple Hill Creamery, National Farmers Union, Dr. Bronner’s, The Humane Society of the United States, Organic Trade Association, Rodale Institute, Environmental Working Group, Oregon Tilth, Farm Aid, Union of Concerned Scientists, Center for Science in the Public Interest, National Family Farm Coalition, Consumer Federation of America, National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition, National Organic Coalition, Organic Farming Research Foundation, Natural Resources Defense Council, Accredited Certifiers Association, and others. A copy of the ad can be found at:

Mind control and the “flu virus”

No More Fake News | Jan 16, 2018 | Jon Rappoport

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Yesterday, I exposed the fact that most “flu” is not the flu.

For example, here is a quite suggestive quote from Peter Doshi’s report, “Are US flu death figures more PR than science?” (BMJ 2005; 331:1412):

“[According to CDC statistics], ‘influenza and pneumonia’ took 62,034 lives in 2001—61,777 of which were attributable to pneumonia and 257 to flu, and in only 18 cases was the flu virus positively identified.”


Today, I want to look at the mind control aspect of this insanity.

If someone says, “You have the flu,” he means you have one thing and other people who have the flu have the same thing.

It is caused by a virus, and everyone who has the flu has that virus.

If you say, “No, the so-called flu could be caused by many different things,” people might appear to agree with you, but they’re still thinking, “The flu is one thing.”

They won’t let go. That’s called mind control.

Person A has a cough, fatigue, headache, and fever. Why? A combination of stress, exposure to cold weather, and contaminated indoor air.

Person B also has cough, fatigue, headache and fever. Why? A combination of junk food, nutritional deficits, and a toxic pain reliever.

Do persons A and B have the same thing?

No, they don’t. If they did, the causes would be the same. And they aren’t.

Now take 10,000 people who have the above list of symptoms. But none of them has the flu virus. Do any of them have the flu? No. Do they all have the same thing? No, because the combination of causes and the precise nature of each cause are not the same from person to person.

If 10,000 people have the flu virus, do they all have the flu? No. People with strong immune systems don’t get sick. People with weak immune systems do get sick. The determining factor is the condition of the immune system, not the presence of the virus. Therefore, the tight equation, “flu virus equals flu,” is false.

Understanding all these factors rearranges the thought process vis-à-vis “the flu.”

“Flu outbreak across America” is a generality. It doesn’t hold together. Once you take it apart, you see something different.

You’re no longer in a state of hypnosis about “the virus.”

“Yes, but all these people getting sick…showing up at hospitals…they must all have the same thing…”

No. They might have similar symptoms, but that doesn’t mean “they have the same thing.”

If you want one factor, which combined with other immune-suppressing factors, might be at work, why not start with the freezing weather across America? That could be a clue. But it’s far from the whole story.

Person C has cough, fatigue, headache, and fever. In his case, it’s caused by a combination of freezing weather, five toxic medicines on his night table at the nursing home, and a forced change of diet that increases the load of empty calories.

Person D has cough, fatigue, headache, and fever. In her case, it’s caused by grief over the loss of a loved one, a bad reaction to the flu vaccine, and a power outage that cut off heat in her home for two days.

And so forth, on and on.

Casually blaming “the virus” is a response dictated by the stimulus of news and government propaganda about “the flu.”

And the propaganda ignores the most important factor: the condition of a person’s own immune system. THAT is a non-medical situation; and increasing the power of one’s own immune response requires something the medical system refuses to recognize—all the actions a person could take under the general banner of “natural health.”

From which the medical system makes zero money.

This is called a clue.

“Let’s see. We can tell people that when they get sick with ‘flu symptoms,’ they have the flu, and it’s all about the virus. Then we can sell flu vaccines and drugs like crazy. OR we can tell them these so-called flu symptoms come from different combinations of causes, which in many cases are environmental and should be identified—and most importantly, we can tell them they need to strengthen their immune systems through ‘natural’ methods—and then we make no money and go out of business and end up pumping gas in Death Valley. Hmm. Which choice do we make? Let’s take a vote…”

(New piece up at my other blog OUTSIDE THE REALITY MACHINE entitled “More on why I named my site NoMoreFakeNews in 2001”. Click here.)


Trump reveals ‘Fake News Awards,’ website crashes

RT | Jan 18, 2018

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President Donald Trump has announced the “winners” of his “Fake News Awards.” While the link failed to open for many amid the high internet traffic, a web archive reveals the New York Times and CNN are among the top three.

Trump also tweeted that there are “great reporters” whom he respects. He did not name any of those journalists, though, unlike the treatment dished out to the “Fake News” awardees.
A blog titled “The Highly-Anticipated 2017 Fake News Awards” on the official Republican Party website shows the top winner of Trump’s fake news accolades to be New York Times columinist and economist Paul Krugman, who claimed on Election Day 2016 that the “economy would never recover” from Trump’s “historic, landslide victory,” according to a copy of the GOP blog archived by the nonprofit Internet Archive.

Second place went to ABC News' Brian Ross, whose reporting cited an anonymous source claiming that an associate of Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn was going to testify that Trump “directed him to make contact with the Russians” while being a presidential candidate. Ross, however, corrected his story to say that Trump was president-elect at the time, only after crashing the stock market.

CNN scooped third place. Without mentioning CNN congressional correspondent Manu Raju by name, the award refers to a false report that Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr., received advanced exclusive access to documents published by Wikileaks via email. Raju corrected it once he discovered that his anonymous source got the date of the email wrong, but not before several other news networks made the exact same error, also citing anonymous sources.

The so-called awards went on to list seven other inaccurate stories about Trump that were later corrected, from Trump removing a Martin Luther King, Jr. bust from the Oval Office, to Polish First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda not shaking his hand, to false news of the Trump administration hiding a climate change report.

The eleventh slot awarded no particular outlet or journalist. It simply read: “In Trump’s words, '‘RUSSIA COLLUSION!’ Russian collusion is perhaps the greatest hoax perpetrated on the American people. THERE IS NO COLLUSION!'”

Trump's announcement coincided with an event at the Newseum in Washington, DC, where White House correspondents Jim Acosta of CNN, John Roberts of Fox News and April Ryan of American Urban Radio Networks discussed “Journalism in the Trump Era: Assessing Press Freedom in the United States.” Trump was heavily criticized during the DC forum for going too far during his campaign, and, as president, for routinely condemning outlets he deemed “fake news media.”
The New York Times was quick to point out their inclusion on Trump’s award list while tweeting out a link to one of their articles recapping the president’s online event.
New York Times reporter Dan Barry jokingly tweeted, after Trump named the winners, that a party would follow the president’s announcements.
The Washington Post, which took fifth place in Trump’s awards for reporter Dave Weigel tweeting false information about the size of Trump’s crowd at a rally last month, ran an article that posed the question: “Does it really count if the news organization admits error?”

Multiple mainstream outlets preemptively blasted Trump’s plan for the fake news awards. A headline from Politico on Wednesday said Trump had “little to gain” from them. Meanwhile, the Washington Post predicted the awards would be “a huge flop.”ABC News stated that under Trump, “fake news” has gone from an easy applause line to a license to create entirely new realities.

Electric Universe: Mysterious Comet Begins Firing An Electrical Discharge At Earth

Anonymous We Stand | Jan 17, 2018

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

John Stossel: SPLC Is A ‘Hate Group,’ ‘Money Grabbing, Slander Machine’

The Daily Sheeple | Jan 16, 2018 | Chris Menahan -In a short for Reason Magazine, John Stossel slammed the Southern Poverty Law Center as a “hate group” and a “money grabbing slander machine” which “profits off hate.”

From Reason:
The Southern Poverty Law Center lists Ayaan Hirsi Ali — who grew up Muslim in Somalia and suffered female genital mutilation — as an “anti-Muslim extremist.” Just because she now speaks out against radical Islam.

They also list the conservative Family Research Council as a “hate group.”

That listing led a man to go to the Council’s office to try to gun down their workers. The shooter later told law enforcement that he picked the group because he saw they were on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s hate map and he wanted to fight bigots.
[…] There are many non-hateful groups on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s hate list. But Antifa, which clearly is a hate group, is not on the list.

The Southern Poverty Law Center wouldn’t talk to Stossel about their listings. Stossel says screaming “hate!” brings in money.

Morris Dees, the Center’s founder, pays himself nearly half a million dollars a year. Although Dees once promised that when the Center’s endowment reached $50 million, he’d stop fundraising, he didn’t stop. Now the Center has $320 million dollars stashed away — much of it in the Cayman Islands. It’s all in their tax returns.
No doubt Stossel will be the next person added to their “hate list” due to his honest reporting.