Anti-Vaccine Japan Has World’s Lowest Child Death Rate & Highest Life Expectancy

by Amanda-Mary, Healing Oracle

Fact: Japan has the lowest infant mortality rate following ban on mandatory vaccinations, they urge other countries to follow this firm stance

The citizens of Japan are statistically proven to be the healthiest and longest-living people in the world. The country also has the lowest infant mortality rate on the planet… babies born in the US are twice as likely to die in infancy than those born in Japan.

Read more at http://healthimpactnews.com/2018/japan-has-the-lowest-infant-mortality-rate-following-ban-on-mandatory-vaccinations/

Bankster Backed Socialist Adorned with Glitter

I try to stick with issues and institutions rather than personalities here, but I think this is illustrative of the hidden money flows which engineer flock behavior on behalf of those who control money.

The banksters have fielded at least two trojan horse social engineering philosophies that I know of: socialism and anarchism.

While the public face and ideologies behind socialism and fascism differ, the connection is clear if you look at the power structure of the resulting utopias: power and property concentrated in the hands of the few (or the government itself) while the invisible money masters who control the central bank and its subsidiaries continue raking in their cut via the debt-money scam ( http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2017/03/censored-ben-franklin-on-the-real-cause-of-the-american-revolution/ ).   The connect is even clearer when you consider that the govt is already controlled by the visible corporations (mussolini’s definition of fascism), which pretty much renders socialism equivalent to fascism.   Socialism actually takes fascism further by formally eliminating private property in the interests of the hive.   But if you think you can institute a non-corporate government to administer an egalitarian socialist utopia, well to get there you first have to unseat the corporations and go through a period of anarchy.  See below.

Anarchism takes the opposite route to the same result: in the name of egalitarianism and local self determination, government and financial institutions are supposedly dismantled and everyone gets to play on the public commons.   But of course that’s not how it’s going to work, for the same reason that amazonian tribes don’t have a chance against corporate pillagers.   Nature abhors a vacuum, in this case the information vacuum of socioeconomic self-organization and its resultant self-reinforcing social and economic flows, which tend to cause such organization to grow organically into disorganized environments without bounds.

There will always be spontaneous self organization going on, because it works.   And if one tribe is stronger than another, and big enough that empathic/telepathic connections ( http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/02/the-war-on-empathy-love-and-family/ ) are overwhelmed by self-reinforcing echo chambers, you can guess the result.   If true anarchism was ever really achieved in the presence of secret societies ( http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2017/10/the-obvious-problem-with-secret-societies/ ), it would be unstable and inevitably collapse into “winner-take-all” scenarios.    Our overlords have been in a position to know this for millennia.   They must be amused to watch their gladiator robots battling in the streets for a few dopamine hits from their assigned authority figures.

Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Wears $3,500 Outfit For Photo-op With Construction Workers

[Her] working class credentials are under scrutiny again after she was pictured wearing a $3,500 outfit for a photo-op with construction workers.

Ocasio-Cortez wore a $1990 Gabriela Hearst blazer, $890 Gabriela Hearst pants and $625 Monolo Blahnik shoes….

https://www.infowars.com/socialist-alexandria-ocasio-cortez-wears-3500-outfit-for-photo-op-with-construction-workers/

Corbett: Phony Opposition: The Truth About the BRICS

DEVON DOUGLAS-BOWERS: What are BRICS (An international financial alliance involving Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AAIB) really about? Many people argue that it is these countries challenging the dominate US-based system. How is that true or not true in some respects?

JAMES CORBETT: Who is contending that the AIIB or the BRICS’ New Development Bank is in any way competitive with the Bretton Woods institutions (IMF/World Bank)? Certainly not anyone involved with any of these institutions.

In March, IMF chief Christine Lagarde pledged IMF cooperation with the AIIB.

In June, World Bank chief Jim Yong Kim issued a statement congratulating the AIIB on its formation and calling it an “important new partner” for the Washington-led development bank.

In July, NDB [New Development Bank] President K.V. Kamath returned the favor, conceding that the NDB and the IMF/World Bank are complementary institutions, not rivals.

Also in July, the AIIB and the World Bank signed an actual cooperation agreement, promising to identify projects for joint financing later this fall.

No, these institutions do not view themselves as competitive. It is only various media pundits who have speculated that these new banks are in fact some sort of challenge to the so-called “Washington consensus.” What none of these experts has bothered to report (for obvious reasons) is the remarkable fact that the Vice President of the NDB is also an Executive Board member of the IMF, who then went on to pledge cooperation and joint action between the NDB and IMF. Also missing from this narrative is the fact that the NDB’s chief, Kundapur Vaman Kamath, is a former staffer of the supposed NDB “rival” Asia Development Bank. Or there’s Jin Liqun, widely tipped to be the head of the AIIB, who also happens to be a former Vice President of the Asia Development Bank and alternative Executive Director of the World Bank.

In fact, the only sign that these Beijing-backed development banks pose any challenge to the existing order whatsoever is that the NDB has already confirmed that their first loan will be denominated in yuan, not dollars, and the AIIB is considering a basket of currencies, including the yuan.

But even this is not as much of a challenge to the Bretton Woods institutions as it appears on first glance. Although Beijing is obviously seeking to bolster the yuan as an international settlement currency, this is not being done in an effort to make the yuan itself a world reserve currency in the same way that the dollar is today. Instead, this is being done in service of a policy goal outlined by People’s Bank of China Governor Zhou Xiaochuan in 2009 that is seeking to establish the “Special Drawing Rights” currency basket as the new world reserve currency….

https://www.corbettreport.com/phoney-opposition-the-truth-about-the-brics/