the judas principle

When I was young persons that I knew in the Society of Lucifer told me that the real secret to wealth and success in life was the Judas principle. It was a secret that all the wealthiest and most powerful people in the world knew. Like Judas of old taught through his example, you gain the trust of others and then when it becomes profitable to do so, you betray that trust for money or power. Their have been times when I have used this principle to gain money and have always come to regret this in time. Yet a true sociopath never feels remorse. And the most powerful people in the world are true sociopaths. They often work hard to gain the trust of others, but in the end they always betray that trust for money and power. This is how the most wealthy families in the world came to be that way. Now these same families have come together with a plan to take over the world and destroy America in the process. There are many of us who oppose the Illuminati who feel that July 4th of this year would be the perfect time for a false flag operation. Something will have to be done to justify the controlled demolition of the American economy. There are many who work for the global elite who are in on this betrayal of the American people. However, all such persons will in the end be betrayed by their employers. There is no utopia at the end of this process. The final entropy of this process will be authentic chaos, a truly unplanned event in which everyone attempts to betray everyone else. As you betray so shall you be betrayed. It turns out that the law of karma is real. As you will find out if you use the Judas principle. as a business model. But there is another plan. The New World Order plan is not the only one. The Great Plan of Lucifer is not the only plan. There is another plan. By Deus there is. When the student is ready the teacher will appear.

Medicine’s Resolute Blindness to Iatrogenic Post Partum Depression

Cross-cultural and social diversity of prevalence of postpartum depression and depressive symptoms

Background: The prevalence of postpartum depression (PPD) is currently considered to be 10–15%. Most studies were performed with a brief unidimensional instruments (mostly the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale—EPDS) with focus on depression and not on other symptoms and disorders. Most cited studies were conducted in Western economically developed countries. Methods: We reviewed the literature on prevalence of postpartum depression and depressive symptoms in a wide range of countries.

Results: 143 studies were identified reporting prevalence in 40 countries. It is demonstrated that there is a wide range of reported prevalence of PPD ranging from almost 0% to almost 60%. In some countries like Singapore, Malta, Malaysia, Austria and Denmark there are very few reports of PPD or postpartum depressive symptoms, whereas in other countries (e.g. Brazil, Guyana, Costa Rica, Italy, Chile, South Africa, Taiwan and Korea) reported postpartum depressive symptoms are very prevalent. Conclusions: We believe that the widely cited mean prevalence of PPD—10–15% is not representative of the actual global prevalence and magnitude of the problem, due to the wide range of reports.

The variability in reported PPD might be due to cross-cultural variables, reporting style, differences in perception of mental health and its stigma, differences in socio-economic environments (e.g. poverty, levels of social support or its perception, nutrition, stress), and biological vulnerability factors. The elucidation of the underlying processes of this variability as well as the diversity of postpartum normal versus abnormal expressions of symptoms may contribute to better understanding of the diversified ante, peri- and postpartum phenomena. …

Anything but the quality of the birth experience itself.  It’s hard to find cross cultural studies of differences in obstetrical practices, but what I know of obstetrics in northern europe, korea, brazil and taiwan correlates strongly with these findings.   Birth has an enormous effect on women’s hormones as their bodies transition from gestation to breast feeding and nurturing behavior, nature’s recipe for successful reproduction.  But it seems nature doesn’t follow medicine’s standardized program which requires all the drugging, induction, cesarean section, isolation, suctioning, circumcision and formula feeding required to satisfy the “maternal instincts” of industrial medicine.  So bonding is impaired, breastfeeding suffers, babies are left adrift while the mother deals with the psychological trauma and guilt of dealing with all this needless suffering while her baby is most in need.  Meanwhile doctors bask in the glory of “saving” babies from the inadequate bodies of their mothers.  This is munchausen by proxy, pure and simple.

GM Cabbage with Scorpion Poison Coming Soon

Get ready for genetically engineered cabbages that come complete with their own scorpion poison, just for you to eat. It’s touted as requiring less pesticide use and being, of course, completely safe. Close investigation, though, indicates that neither claim is likely true.

A pesticide made with scorpion poison genetically engineered into a virus was first tested back in 1994. Interestingly, the scientists who sprayed the test field wore full body suits to protect them from this “harmless” poison. One must wonder at just how safe it could be when the developers themselves don’t trust it more than that! Of course, the head of the trial, Professor David Bishop, insisted that the trial was safe—though he himself opted to take a vacation, rather than be there for it.

In the newer incarnation of scorpion poison genetic engineering, genes from the scorpion, Androctonus australus hector, for production of poison are being genetically engineered into cabbages. The goal is to produce them for public consumption. With the FDA’s history of rubberstamp approvals for genetically modified crops, it seems unlikely that anything will interfere with their production and entry into a supermarket near you….

The Enduring Myth of the Safety of Roundup

There was a time when Monsanto claimed their patented herbicide Roundup was “safer than table salt” and “practically nontoxic,”  and aggressively marketed this message until 1996, when they were ordered by Dennis C. Vacco, the Attorney General of New York, to pull the ads.[1]

Fast forward 15 years, after millions of farmers around the world bought into the false advertising and who, as a result, are now driving the production and use of several hundred million pounds of the chemical annually, Roundup herbicide is beginning to look eerily like Monsanto’s Agent Orange 2.0.

Indeed, within the scientific community and educated public alike, there is a growing awareness that Roundup herbicide, and its primary ingredient glyphosate, is actually a broad spectrum biocide, in the etymological sense of the word: “bio” (life) and “cide” (kill) – that is, it broadly, without discrimination kills living things, not just plants.  Moreover, it does not rapidly biodegrade as widely claimed, and exceedingly small amounts of this chemical – in concentration ranges found in recently sampled rain, air, groundwater, and human urine samples – have DNA-damaging and cancer cell proliferation stimulating effects.

You don’t have to look very far to find research documenting its extreme and wide-ranging  toxicity.  Anyone with a smart phone can now access the accumulating body of experimental and epidemiological research freely available on the National Library of Medicine’s citation database MEDLINE, proving that glyphosate-based agrichemicals have been linked to over 40 health conditions, from Parkinson’s to Leukemia, and over two dozen modes of toxicity, from causing damage to the DNA to disrupting hormone receptors, from suppressing the immune system to damaging neurons. To view all 26 adverse physiological actions visit our open access, MEDLINE-derived Glyphosate Formulation research page. …

80% of Pre-Packaged Foods in America Are Banned in Other Countries

If you or your kids enjoy pre-packaged convenience foods commonly found in grocery stores across the U.S. such as Froot Loops, Swanson dinners, Mountain Dew, and frozen potato and bread products, you may think twice before purchasing them after hearing what they contain: dangerous chemicals that other countries around the globe have deemed toxic to the point that they’re illegal, and companies are fined hundreds of thousands of dollars for including them in food products.

In a new book Rich Food, Poor Food, authors Mira and Jason Calton provide a list of what they term “Banned Bad Boys” – ingredients commonly used in up to 80% of all American convenience food that have been banned by other countries, with information about which countries banned each substance and why.

And though it might not surprise you to hear that Olestra – commonly used in low/no-fat snack foods and known to cause serious gastrointestinal issues for those who consume it (understatement) – is on that list, having been banned in both the United Kingdom and Canada, you may be shocked to hear that Mountain Dew, Fresca and Squirt all contain brominated vegetable oil, a substance that has been banned in more than 100 countries “because it has been linked to basically every form of thyroid disease – from cancer to autoimmune diseases – known to man.” …