The most advanced and murderously ruthless Mafia terror organization in the world
Joe Biggs breaks down how the United States government and military have supported terrorism and drug dealing around the world.
Recent revelations, reported by the alternative media including Infowars.com, show how the U.S. and its CIA operate as Terror, Inc., the largest, most advanced and murderously ruthless Mafia terror organization in the world.
The Mockingbird establishment media – long ago converted into a slick propaganda Mighty Wurlitzer by the CIA’s Frank Wisner, a Wall Street lawyer – continues to report on the over the top terror of ISIS and al-Qaeda while ignoring the fact both of these organizations are Frankenstein monsters spawned by the CIA and the Pentagon along with their partners in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey.
Biggs highlights previous operations – from the U.S. trained Zetas in Mexico to sundry authoritarian regimes in Central America and their School of the Americas trained death squads – in his report.
He also takes a look at another topic off limits to the establishment media – the CIA’s opium operation protected by U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
The US trained, funded and directed death squads in latin america which devastated US jobs by making the region safe for corporate sweat shops , the propping up of oil prices by double-crossing saddam the CIA operative in iraq, the protection of the afghan and latin american drug cartels which have devastated US families and inner cities, the transformation of american medicine into a predatory parasite bleeding the economy and destroying our familes with obstetrical quackery, circumcision and wholesale drugging all demonstrate that it’s easy for big money to brainwash the people and trick them into participating in their own oppression and the oppression of future generations.
It’s not the fault of the american people. Their biggest shortcoming is their normalcy bias. We deserve a a real government and an honest media, not a mafia posing as one.
Two very distinguished scholars write a rebuttal to a disingenuous Australian “scientist” who advocates for making the practice of circumcision mandatory. If you are interested in the subject, the extensive reference section after the article is worth saving in your computer. The entire article is rather lengthy, so please read it on the web. Here’s a snippet…
According to Brian Morris in a recent issue of The Skeptic, “Science supports infant circumcision” and “so should skeptics.” It would be more accurate to say that “Brian Morris supports infant circumcision” and that skeptics can think for themselves.
For well over a decade, Professor Morris has been waging a quixotic campaign against the foreskin. Although he has “no involvement in clinical medicine” and “cannot claim any more expertise on the topic of male circumcision than any other scientist,” Morris has sought to demonize the humble prepuce. So dangerous is this particular part of the normal male anatomy, according to Morris, that it must be removed from a child’s body before he can form his own opinion. Continue reading Does science support infant circumcision?→
“[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.”
You might want to chew on that sentence for a while.
You see, the CDC has created one overall category that combines both flu and pneumonia deaths. Why do they do this? Because they disingenuously assume that the pneumonia deaths are complications stemming from the flu.
This is an absurd assumption. Pneumonia has a number of causes.
But even worse, in all the 2001 flu and pneumonia deaths, only 18 revealed the presence of an influenza virus.
Therefore, the CDC could not say, with assurance, that more than 18 people died of influenza in 2001. Not 36,000 deaths, the PR statistic. 18 deaths.
In todays world, brimful as it is with opinion and falsehoods masquerading as facts, youd think the one place you can depend on for verifiable facts is science.Youd be wrong. Many billions of dollars worth of wrong.A few years ago, scientists at the Thousand Oaks biotech firm Amgen set out to double-check the results of 53 landmark papers in their fields of cancer research and blood biology.The idea was to make sure that research on which Amgen was spending millions of development dollars still held up. They figured that a few of the studies would fail the test — that the original results couldnt be reproduced because the findings were especially novel or described fresh therapeutic approaches.But what they found was startling: Of the 53 landmark papers, only six could be proved valid…