White House insider who predicted Iran False Flag, David Goldberg found dead

His prediction from april 18th: https://governmentslaves.news/2019/04/18/white-house-insider-war-with-iran-planned-by-trump-to-occur-in-the-fall-of-2019/

David Goldberg found dead in his New York apartment.

David E. Goldberg was found dead in his New York apartment on June 8th. The death is being investigated, but at this time, authorities have given no indication as to the cause of death.

He was 59.

Friends of Mr. Goldberg were given access to his accounts before his passing. They will be maintaining them, and posting new information as it comes in.

At this time, they are reviewing many documents in Mr. Goldberg’s possession, some of which appear to be top secret government documents.

UPDATE POSTED 6/13/19:

“I’m a friend of David Goldberg. I was asked to share what I know about his death and give everyone a better idea of whats going on. I’ve known him for nearly a decade, but I’m not going to get into the details of my relationship with him because I want to keep my identity private. I’m going to leave out some of our personal reactions and stick to the facts we know, suffice it to say, we’re all devastated by this news and it hit some of us pretty hard — especially considering David seemed afraid for his life in recent months, because of what he was posting on his You Tube channel. We all wish we had done more, but we’re not sure there was anything we could do, either.

David kept me abreast of things over email, and he told me he had been given some documents he felt could, for certain, get him killed. The documents related to some internal White House memos in which a couple of New York rabbis were meeting with Trump frequently, and the memos talked about the nature of those meetings. I didn’t get full details, except that it seems the rabbis were going to deliver for Trump a reelection victory if he did things they were asking. I guess Trump was listening intently, because — well this is what David said to me — because the rabbis had a lot of power, in ways in which they could rig the elections if they needed to. The memos also talked about how Trump’s poll numbers were not very good and he could easily lose in 2020, and the White House knew this, and this was part of the reason why Trump was paying so much attention to these rabbis. I guess they just have a lot of control or something, and Trump needed them. David said the documents, if they ever got out, would be very bad for Trump, because there was no way to put a positive spin on them. He said the memos were pretty blunt, and seemed to have been written by a couple of staffers coordinating the meetings.
There were also documents in David’s safe that we were able to recover after the cops left. They took a lot of David’s stuff without any explanation as to why, but they didn’t get the safe, which was a floor safe and it’s possible they didn’t even know it was there. In fact, we’re pretty certain they didn’t know it was there, because it is very well hidden.

https://governmentslaves.news/2019/06/16/white-house-insider-who-predicted-iran-false-flag-david-goldberg-found-dead-in-his-new-york-apartment/

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Heart attacks are more deadly for women because traditional medicine doesn’t recognize their symptoms

(Natural News) Heart attacks strike men and women alike, but women are more likely to die from one. You might suspect this is simply down to the physical differences between men and women, but there is growing concern that the problem is largely due to flaws in how the conventional medical system approaches these differences and its general inability to recognize and act upon the symptoms in women.

Despite what you might see on TV, most heart attacks aren’t dramatic, pain-filled episodes that end with patients on the floor clutching their chests. Instead, the pain can be quite gradual and is often mistaken for muscle aches or indigestion. Women are more likely than men to present without any pain or to experience uncharacteristic symptoms such as back, jaw or neck discomfort and/or fatigue. These symptoms are often overlooked by medical personnel or attributed to another cause, and this failure to get quick help can cause treatment delays that lead to more heart damage and possibly even death.

In a scary statistic provided by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, women are less likely than men to be given an EKG test to detect heart attack within 10 minutes of their arrival at the ER, which is the recommended protocol.

Even the diagnostics used are geared toward men. The biomarker used to diagnose a heart attack is the level of a type of protein that is released when the heart muscle is damaged known as troponin. Unfortunately, the criteria for troponin was set using data collected mainly from men, who have as much as 2.4 times as many circulating troponins as women. As a result, the troponin levels in women suffering from a heart attack don’t always reach the diagnostic threshold. In fact, as many as a fifth of female heart attacks are missed when the male threshold is used.

There are also shortcomings when angiography is used. Although it is good at identifying blocked coronary arteries in heart attacks, more than half of women with ischemic heart disease, a condition that leads to heart attack, don’t have blocked coronary arteries at all. Instead, they tend to have damage in the smaller blood vessels of the heart. This microcirculation blockage isn’t detected by angiography. It can be picked up by imaging tests like SPECT and PET, but these tools aren’t typically offered, resulting in underdiagnosis in women.

Heart research bias part of the problem

One of the biggest underlying issues is that the treatment guidelines for heart attack were developed largely based on data collected from men. Even the American Heart Association concedes that although the recommended heart attack treatments can benefit female patients, there is a lack of definitive data on sex differences in treatment. Many experts believe that more women need to be included in clinical trials and more research into the sex differences in cardiovascular disease needs to be carried out….

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-06-15-heart-attacks-are-more-deadly-for-women.html

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Publisher ceasing sales of “Nobody Died At Sandy Hook” this month

Due to ongoing litigation, Moon Rock Books Publishing will no longer sell Nobody Died At Sandy Hook: It was a FEMA Drill to Promote Gun Control after June 30, 2019.

While the publisher is no longer a party to Pozner vs. Fetzer, et al., all proceeds from book sales will go to the Moon Rock Books Legal Defense Fund, as legal fees have and continue to mount, and Jim Fetzer and Mike Palecek are still embroiled in this litigation….

https://www.blacklistednews.com/article/73279/publisher-ceasing-sales-of-nobody-died-at-sandy-hook-this.html

FEMA Sandy Hook Crisis Drill Manual Online

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Fathers day: 1 in 4 U.S. children live in fatherless homes

… According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 201719.7 million children, more than 1 in 4, live without a father in the home. As fathers.com puts it: “If it were classified as a disease, fatherlessness would be an epidemic worthy of attention as a national emergency.”

The sperm-donors, by their absence in their children’s lives, are responsible for a whole host of their children’s problems and social ills….

  • More than half (57.6%) of America’s black children lived absent their biological fathers.
  • 31.2% of Hispanic children and 20.7% of white children lived in fatherless homes.

https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/fathers-day-2019-1-in-4-u-s-children-live-in-fatherless-homes/

Why the racial disparity?   Here’s one reason:

Racial and Ethnic Disparity in State Prisons

African Americans are incarcerated in state prisons across the country at more than five times the rate of whites, and at least ten times the rate in five states. This report documents the rates of incarceration for whites, African Americans, and Hispanics in each state, identifies three contributors to racial and ethnic disparities in imprisonment, and provides recommendations for reform….
Fertile ground for further research: check into differing obstetrical practices in urban vs non-urban hospitals.

The midwife clipped the umbilical cord and handed me this new little being. He was all wet and wrinkled, and I held him to my chest, wanting to wrap him in my body and arms and keep him warm and safe. So precious. I offered his little hand my finger and he clutched it, each perfect little fingernail staring up at me, each little knuckle formed by minute folds of beautiful pink skin. My world was transformed—later I realized that it wasn’t only my world. I myself became a new person in the process.

Midwives, fathers and mothers all agree that dads should participate in childbirth. They are less clear, however, about why dads should be there. Do fathers really ease birthing for mothers? Is there a moral obligation to accompany mothers on their passage? Do babies need fathers to hold them while mothers recuperate? My own introduction to birthing made one thing perfectly clear. In addition to all the other good reasons for fathers’ presence at birth, it was a wonderful way for me and my son to begin our lives together.

Participating in labor, witnessing birth, and holding his new baby have a profound effect on a father. For the last several years I’ve been interviewing men for a study on childbirth rituals, and I have discovered that almost all fathers talk about the power of the experience of participating in birth and how it affects their identities and relationships with their babies.

Science is documenting what fathers already know: Being at birth lays the groundwork for a man’s lifelong relationship with his baby. The first minutes become part of a powerful and permanent bond between the two. Later, long hours together spent cuddling and playing will help mold a permanent tie that they will depend on throughout life….

Circumcision rates don’t seem to differ much among the races, if the CDC is to be believed about anything:
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Fathers: Those Engrossing First Minutes

The midwife clipped the umbilical cord and handed me this new little being. He was all wet and wrinkled, and I held him to my chest, wanting to wrap him in my body and arms and keep him warm and safe. So precious. I offered his little hand my finger and he clutched it, each perfect little fingernail staring up at me, each little knuckle formed by minute folds of beautiful pink skin. My world was transformed—later I realized that it wasn’t only my world. I myself became a new person in the process.

Midwives, fathers and mothers all agree that dads should participate in childbirth. They are less clear, however, about why dads should be there. Do fathers really ease birthing for mothers? Is there a moral obligation to accompany mothers on their passage? Do babies need fathers to hold them while mothers recuperate? My own introduction to birthing made one thing perfectly clear. In addition to all the other good reasons for fathers’ presence at birth, it was a wonderful way for me and my son to begin our lives together.

Participating in labor, witnessing birth, and holding his new baby have a profound effect on a father. For the last several years I’ve been interviewing men for a study on childbirth rituals, and I have discovered that almost all fathers talk about the power of the experience of participating in birth and how it affects their identities and relationships with their babies.

Science is documenting what fathers already know: Being at birth lays the groundwork for a man’s lifelong relationship with his baby. The first minutes become part of a powerful and permanent bond between the two. Later, long hours together spent cuddling and playing will help mold a permanent tie that they will depend on throughout life….

https://midwiferytoday.com/mt-articles/fathers-engrossing-first-minutes/

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Gender Differences in Responses to Stress

… According to some psychologists, there is basic difference in the way men and women respond to social stress: for men, it’s either “fight or flight” while for women it’s “tend and befriend.” Physiologist Walter Cannon – a pioneer of research on stress – argued in the 1930s that “fight-or-flight” is a universal physiological response to stress shown not only by all humans, but by animals as well.  This response is controlled by the sympathetic nervous system – the part of our nervous system that deals with automatic functions such as breathing. Under stress, this system is activated, increasing heart rate and blood pressure, hastening breathing, and otherwise readying you to face down your enemy or to run. Thousands of studies inspired by Cannon described and documented this response in a variety of species and situations. The vast majority of these studies, however, were conducted with males.

In 2000, UCLA social psychologist Shelley Taylor and her colleagues wrote an influential article in Psychological Review, which Taylor later expanded into a book called The Tending Instinct, to propose that when it comes to stress, women are different from men. Instead of getting ready to fight or to flee, women become more likely to express affiliative social behavior, either to befriend the enemy – if there is an enemy and is causing the stress – or to seek social support from their family members or friends. Physiologically, instead of releasing large amounts of norepinephrine and cortisol into the bloodstream the way men do, Taylor argued that women respond to stress by secreting more endorphins – neurochemical substances that help alleviate pain and make us feel good about social interactions – and oxytocin, a neurohormone that is linked to the motivation to behave in a friendly manner to children or close social partners.

In support of Taylor’s hypothesis, I can tell you from experience that if you put two adult male rhesus monkeys who have never met before in a small cage, they will fight and try to kill each other. In contrast, if you put two females in a cage, they will reduce the tension and awkwardness of the situation by exchanging grooming behavior (grooming is the main form of affiliation in monkeys and is known to cause a release of endorphins and to reduce stress in the receiver – not unlike receiving a body massage from your favorite masseuse)….

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/games-primates-play/201203/gender-differences-in-responses-stress-it-boils-down-single-gene

It seems these differences are related to differences in external vs internal functions in maintaining the family unit.

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The medical establishment routinely lies about patients being “brain dead” in order to harvest their organs for the multi-billion dollar transplant industry

A renowned neurologist from Brazil has boldly come forward to expose the multi-billion dollar organ transplant industry, which we now know is largely built upon fraudulent “brain death” diagnoses dating all the way back to the 1960s.

According to Dr. Cicero G. Coimbra, M.D., Ph.D., comatose patients aren’t always “brain dead,” as we’ve all been conditioned to believe. In many cases, individuals in a coma could actually be “revived,” were their doctors properly equipped with the appropriate knowledge in how to do so.

But they’re generally not, which means that many patients are being erroneously declared “dead.” And once “dead,” these patients can then have their organs harvested and sold for big bucks, which Dr. Coimbra discussed in-depth during a recent conference on “Brain Death,” A Medicolegal Construct: Scientific & Philosophical Evidence.

In a personal interview, Dr. Coimbra explained how the concept of “brain death” was invented roughly 60 years go, even though there was “no preliminary scientific research” to back it. And because of this, there’s now “a demand for transplantable vital organs to be harvested from patients,” even when it’s medically inappropriate to do so.

In declaring a patient to be “brain dead,” doctors are able to quickly bypass all of the legal hurdles that would otherwise prevent them from harvesting and selling vital organs. In other words, “brain death” is a type of skeleton key diagnosis that unlocks limitless potential for illicit profits.

It’s been known since at least the 1980s that “brain death” is a myth

While it was once believed, at least early on, that decreased blood flow to the brain resulting in a comatose state caused “irreversible” brain damage, we’ve known since at least the 1980s that this isn’t actually true. Even at 50 percent reduced blood flow, it turns out, the brain merely falls temporarily “silent” – meaning it can be “woken up” at some point in the future.

By the late 1990s, this phenomenon was actually given a name: ischemic penumbra. It was at this time proven, in other words, that so-called “brain death” is a myth. But the medical system has never fully accepted this truth, nor are medical professionals being taught it.

“In medical schools, these concepts that I am telling you about, although they are published, are not available in medical textbooks,” says Dr. Coimbra. “They are not available in medical meetings. In medical conferences you cannot find them.”

While some medical professionals know the truth and would probably admit to such in a one-on-one conversation, Dr. Coimbra says that, ultimately, “they don’t want to mess with the transplant systems,” which, just like the conventional cancer industry, has “well-controlled systems” by which propaganda is disseminated.

“The transplant system is a wealthy system; it is a powerful system,” Dr. Coimbra admitted. “They are everywhere in the medical community. They are in medical councils and medical academies; they are everywhere … Politically, they are very powerful.”

Believe it or not, many, if not most, comatose patients have no brain damage at all, according to Dr. Coimbra. They could easily be revived, he says, if doctors would simply replace three essential hormones, two of them being thyroid and adrenal hormones.

Without these hormones, comatose patients typically spiral “into a disaster,” he says – which is generally how things go. But, again, since this knowledge isn’t being taught within the established medical profession, “brain dead” patients continue to needlessly die, and their organs continue to be needlessly exploited, all for profit….

For more stories about how the medical establishment is in the business of spreading misinformation and propaganda, be sure to check out Disinformation.news….

https://governmentslaves.news/2019/06/15/the-medical-establishment-routinely-lies-about-patients-being-brain-dead-in-order-to-harvest-their-organs-for-the-multi-billion-dollar-transplant-industry/

I have an idea for a definitive test for death.   Strangulation.   If the patient is unable to defend itself, it is not worthy of medical blessings.

Of course with males they don’t even wait until death before they begin the harvest.   Foreskin fibroblasts are big business in biotech research and cosmetics.   You can buy it online.

Human Foreskins are Big Business for Cosmetics

And then there’s placental blood which they extract and “bank” from babies.   Full of stem cells in case the vict … er … “patient” ever needs them in the future.   As opposed to the right now.

Medical Research Rediscovers Harm of Immediate Cord Clamping

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Social engineering: TV has stopped showing us good dads

It was just father and son out there on the prairie, working the ranch. The town knew the dad as a model citizen, ready to step in at any hint of trouble to keep the peace. The son minded his manners and performed his daily chores without complaint. This was “The Rifleman,” which aired from 1958 to 1963.

I watched the black-and-white Western as a boy and watch it now, in reruns, as a grandfather. Chuck Connors played the father, Lucas McCain, a Civil War veteran who promises his dying wife to care for their son. Set in the 1880s, it was the first prime-time TV series featuring a single parent raising a child.

TV in the 1960s was big on fathers. You could watch Jim Anderson on “Father Knows Best,” Danny Williams on “Make Room For Daddy,” Steve Douglas on “My Three Sons,” Ward Cleaver on “Leave It to Beaver,” Ben Cartwright on “Bonanza,” Rob Petrie on “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” Ozzie Nelson on “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,” Tom Corbett on “The Courtship of Eddie’s Father” and Andy Taylor on “The Andy Griffith Show.”

Generally these were suburban dads, breadwinners who carried briefcases to work while the wife stayed home raising the kids. They reflected a largely patriarchal society where men made the big decisions and tended to play the role of fathers only while off-duty.

Somewhere along the line, fathers on TV came to be redefined mainly as hapless fools. Starting in the 1980s, “Married With Children” gave us the lowlife Al Bundy, who treated everyone — including his wife, daughter and son — with equal disdain….

https://nypost.com/2019/06/14/tv-has-stopped-showing-us-dads-you-can-look-up-to/

via https://governmentslaves.news/2019/06/16/tv-has-stopped-showing-us-dads-you-can-look-up-to/

First they wreck men’s lives with genital mutilation, psych drugging and endocrine disruption, then they engineer lower self-esteem and expectations of men.   Nothing to see here.

The normalization of endocrine disruptors and vaccine DNA manipulation

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ADHD? Not in French kids – here’s why

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, known simply as ADHD, is characterized by difficulty paying attention and controlling compulsive behavior. In the U.S., ADHD is commonly diagnosed in children and is managed using medications. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 9.4 percent of American children ages two to 17 have ADHD — that means about 6.1 million children are being treated with drugs like stimulants and antidepressants. On the other hand, in France where ADHD is classified differently, clinicians are finding success in managing childhood symptoms through a holistic approach. Compared with the U.S., less than 0.5 percent of children in France are diagnosed with the disorder. So why the difference?

The psychosocial approach versus the pharmaceutical approach

Clinical psychiatrists in the U.S. consider ADHD a biological disorder with biological causes, so the preferred treatment is with psychostimulants. In France, however, instead of classifying ADHD as a biological dysfunction and pathologizing what is normal childhood behavior, clinicians choose to address the underlying causes of a child’s distress — not in the brain but in a social context. Hence their preferred methods of treatment are psychotherapy and family counseling.

American psychiatrists use the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) to classify childhood emotional problems, while French psychiatrists use their own system called The French Classification for Child and Adolescent Mental Disorders (abbreviated CFTMEA in French). CFTMEA focuses primarily on psychosocial causes of children’s symptoms, but DSM disregards these causes and encourages medical treatment. This leads American clinicians to give the ADHD diagnosis in a large number of cases and prescribe pharmaceutical interventions.

Aside from considering contributory factors in the environment of symptomatic children, the French holistic approach also allows clinicians to look at nutritional causes. In particular, foods that contain artificial coloring, certain preservatives, and allergens can cause ADHD-type symptoms in children. Fully aware that dietary interventions can sometimes help resolve a child’s behavioral problems, French clinicians prefer working not only with the children, but also with their parents. This minimizes the diagnosis of ADHD in French children….

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-06-15-adhd-not-in-french-kids-heres-why.html

In the 1970’s, psychiatry was on the rocks economically, it was losing out in competition with social workers and psychologists and non- medical therapists. Women were becoming increasingly aware that they’d be better off going to say a woman social worker than a male psychiatrist if they want to be understood or helped.

And at that point, and I trace this in “Toxic Psychiatry” – at that point psychiatry, at an organized level, including in the actual annual board meetings of the American Psychiatric Association, made a decision first to “re-medicalize”. To convince the public and the congress, which provides a lot of money to psychiatry and to convince the country that personal suffering is medical and biological, and, they made at the same time, after some debate, a decision to take more money from the drug companies, so the psychiatric association went from being broke to being wealthy within in a few years as a result of the support of drug companies which just pours in now. They won’t even open up their books to their own members. — Peter Breggin, psychiatrist

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Trump Admin Appoints Envoy to Sudan Who Helped Worsen War in South Sudan

KHARTOUM, SUDAN — Late Thursday evening, less than two weeks after murdering more than 100 civilian protesters, Sudan’s ruling military council tried to save face by telling a group of international reporters that those responsible for the slaughter had “deviated” from the official military plan to disperse protesters. Gen. Shams Eddin Kabashi, spokesman for the ruling military council, called the murders “painful and outrageous” and promised accountability while also downplaying the death toll, claiming that only 61 protesters were killed while the opposition has claimed the number of deaths surpassed 100.

“We feel sorry for what happened…We will show no leniency and we will hold accountable anyone, regardless of their rank, if proven to have committed violations,” the Associated Press quoted Kabashi as saying.

However, Kabashi failed to comment on recent reports that the official military plan had been discussed in advance with Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates — all authoritarian governments that back the current head of Sudan’s military council, Lt. General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan Abdelrahman — and the fact that that very plan had involved removing protesters from their encampment by brute force.

Meanwhile, in the United States, the Trump administration, after being accused of inaction by the international community, also attempted to save face by appointing a new envoy to Sudan — Donald Booth, who was described by numerous media outlets simply as a “veteran diplomat,” despite his role in fomenting the war in South Sudan that has left nearly 400,000 dead. Booth’s appointment, much like the Sudanese military council’s own recent statements, appears aimed at mollifying international outrage while doing little to change the actual situation.

This outcome, though undeniably unfortunate, is hardly surprising given that the U.S. and its top two regional allies — Israel and Saudi Arabia — actively sought to remove the former leader of Sudan, Omar Bashir, and replace him with a regime more friendly to Saudi, Israeli and American interests….

https://www.mintpressnews.com/sudan-brutal-crackdown-trump-appoints-envoy/259217/

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