Study finds transgender autism link

New research indicates that transgender and non-binary individuals are significantly more likely to have autism or display autistic traits than the wider population – a finding that has important implications for gender confirmation treatments.

The study, led by Dr Steven Stagg of Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) and published in the journal European Psychiatry, is one of the first pieces of research to focus on people who identify as non-binary.

It found that 14% of the transgender and non-binary group had a diagnosis of autism, while a further 28% of this group reached the cut off point for an autism diagnosis, suggesting a high number of potentially undiagnosed individuals.

These figures were primarily driven by high scoring amongst those whose assigned gender was female at birth, supporting recent evidence that there is a large population of undiagnosed women with an autism spectrum disorder.

The authors also found higher levels of systematising (a tendency to analyse, control and use rule-based systems) and lower levels of empathy amongst the transgender and non-binary group, characteristics often found in individuals with an autism spectrum disorder….

https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-07/aru-sft071619.php

Medicine’s blindness to the most obvious suspect connecting these two conditions is autistic in itself.     Or maybe just hugely sociopathic and corrupt.   Either way, they have no business masquerading as authorities on anything.

Combining vaccine adjuvants with human hormones (either endogenous or included in the vaccine) can induce an allergic reaction and abnormal processing of those hormones.   This principle has been consciously utilized in covert mass sterilization campaigns in various countries, including the USA.  http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2013/03/cdc-lying-about-safety-of-tetanus-vaccine-in-pregnancy/

Also, human fetal DNA from contaminated vaccines can recombine with the host’s DNA, producing chimeric DNA resulting in autism, cancer, transgenderism and autoimmunity.  There are two fetal cell lines used in vaccine manufacture: WI-38 (a female fetus) and MRC-5 (a male fetus).    Mixing differing gender-specific genes within an individual (injecting WI-38 into a male, for instance) could wreak havoc on the affected organs, including the brain.

The classical theory of hormone differentiation points to gonadal hormone levels as the cause of sexual differentiation throughout the body. However, many studies have not only cast doubt on this theory but supported the genetic theory of differentiation—that the sexually dimorphic areas of the body—in particular the brain—differentiate due to direction by genetic information on sex chromosomes. Two genes in particular have been implicated in this process: SRY and Z. Additional studies have implicated certain areas of the brain as the most likely candidates for determining gender-specific behavior and therefore responsible for sex discordances when sexually differentiated in opposition to the individual’s primary physical sex characteristics. This paper presents possible methodology for how these sex discordances could arise, specifically pointing to dual-gender tetragametic chimerism or other possibilities such as chromosomal nondisjunction or translocation between the X and Y chromosomes, resulting in mislocation of either the SRY or Z gene among the DNA of individual cells, thus leading to a discordance between sexually dimorphic areas of the brain including the BSTc and the presumed sex of the individual.

Identification of Dual-Gender Tetragametic Chimerism as a Possible Cause of Gender Dysphoria in Affected Individuals

https://www.academia.edu/33657333/Identification_of_Dual-Gender_Tetragametic_Chimerism_as_a_Possible_Cause_of_Gender_Dysphoria_in_Affected_Individuals

New study links autism, cancer to vaccines made with human fetal cells

Human DNA in Vaccines: Insertional Mutagenesis

Dr. Deisher testifies on the connection between vaccines and rising rates of autism

New phenomenon: Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria

The normalization of endocrine disruptors and vaccine DNA manipulation

What A Democratic Socialist Convention Is Like

The vaccine discovery that destroyed Judy Mikovitz’s career

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Mainstream Media Hide Skripal’s Connections to Russiagate-Trump Case

News has slowly been getting out that the British Government’s account of the poisoning of the Skripals is a fabrication which had been done in order to escalate hostilities against Russia, and that when information from Democratic Party and Clinton campaign computers subsequently became either leaked or hacked to Wikileaks, the Democratic National Committee hired, in order to investigate that, British contractors who were also involved in the Skripal fraud, and Skripal himself might have been a crucial part of the Russiagate-Trump operation. Russiagate — the alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian Government — resulted from this DNC-UK team. There was collusion, but it was between the US Government (then under Obama) and the UK Government (under Cameron and then May), directed against Trump, and not actually between candidate Trump and the Russian Government, directed against Clinton. The present report summarizes the gradual making-public of this actual history….

https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2019/07/15/mainstream-media-hide-skripals-connections-to-russiagate-trump-case/

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Ten Most Embarrassing U.S. Media Failures on the Trump-Russia Story

BuzzFeed was once notorious for traffic-generating “listicles,” but has since become an impressive outlet for deep investigative journalism under editor-in-chief Ben Smith. That outlet was prominently in the news this week thanks to its “bombshell” story about President Trump and Michael Cohen: a story that, like so many others of its kind, blew up in its face, this time when the typically mute Robert Mueller’s office took the extremely rare step to label its key claims “inaccurate.”

But in homage to BuzzFeed’s past viral glory, following are the top ten worst media failures in two-plus-years of Trump/Russia reporting. They are listed in reverse order, as measured by the magnitude of the embarrassment, the hysteria they generated on social media and cable news, the level of journalistic recklessness that produced them, and the amount of damage and danger they caused. This list was extremely difficult to compile in part because news outlets (particularly CNN and MSNBC) often delete from the internet the video segments of their most embarrassing moments. Even more challenging was the fact that the number of worthy nominees is so large that highly meritorious entrees had to be excluded, but are acknowledged at the end with (dis)honorable mention status.

Note that all of these “errors” go only in one direction: namely, exaggerating the grave threat posed by Moscow and the Trump circle’s connection to it. It’s inevitable that media outlets will make mistakes on complex stories. If that’s being done in good faith, one would expect the errors would be roughly 50/50 in terms of the agenda served by the false stories. That is most definitely not the case here. Just as was true in 2002 and 2003, when the media clearly wanted to exaggerate the threat posed by Saddam Hussein and thus all of its “errors” went in that direction, virtually all of its major “errors” in this story are devoted to the same agenda and script…

https://theintercept.com/2019/01/20/beyond-buzzfeed-the-10-worst-most-embarrassing-u-s-media-failures-on-the-trumprussia-story/

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Embarrassment: NY state sepsis law tied to lower death rates

Death rates from sepsis fell faster in New York than expected — and faster than in peer states — following the introduction of the nation’s first state-mandated sepsis regulation, according to an analysis led by University of Pittsburgh researchers and published today in JAMA. The policy requires all New York hospitals to quickly implement certain protocols when the deadly condition is suspected.

The finding is good news for the nearly dozen other states in varying stages of adopting similar policies to reduce deaths from sepsis, the leading cause of death in hospitalized patients. Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that arises when the body’s response to an infection injures its own tissues and organs.

“Rarely in the U.S. do we force hospitals to implement specific clinical protocols. Typically, quality improvement is achieved through financial incentives and public reporting,” said lead author Jeremy Kahn, M.D., M.S., professor in the Department of Critical Care Medicine at Pitt’s School of Medicine and the Department of Health Policy and Management at Pitt’s Graduate School of Public Health. “For the first time, state officials are enshrining in regulations that hospitals must follow certain evidence-based protocols when it comes to sepsis. And our study finds that, at least in New York, it seemed to work.”…

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/07/190716113024.htm

Financial incentives of the hospital include prolonging the stay and fostering more severe illness.   But if the latter results in death then long term medical and pharmaceutical earnings (and state tax earnings) are impacted.

Yet another embarrassment for the medical establishment.   Will its teflon coat ever wear down?

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It’s Been a Great Recession for a Few; Let’s Do it All Again!

This month the economic expansion brought to you by your Federal Reserve and by US government largess becomes the longest expansion in the history of the United States! That’s something, right? Something? Let’s take an honest look at what we now call great.

By “the longest expansion” we mean the longest period in which US GDP has been growing without a recession. Now, that’s something to crow about, right?

Not so fast for many reasons. It’s also been the most anemic expansion on the books, and it’s not too hard to see why it’s been the longest, having nothing at all to do with a great economy. It has cost us far more than any expansion (by an order of magnitude) because we’ve piled up ten times the national debt over any amount we accumulated during previous expansions. (I’ve said before, it’s easy to let the “good times” roll when you are buying it all on the company credit card.) We also quadrupled the size of the size of the Fed’s balance sheet. That didn’t cost anything, but we sure didn’t get much bang for the buck! We actually got less bang than in any previous expansion!

The permanent recession

Sure, we got outstanding growth in stocks, but growth in business revenue has been pathetic. Growth in corporate development has been even worse (i.e., new plants, improved productivity, etc.) Growth in earnings was decent, except for the fact that it is entirely a feint because it was created mostly by reducing the numbers of outstanding shares over which earnings are divided, not so much by growing business. (Why do you think Wall Street prefers to talk about “earnings per share, ” EPS, instead of just actual profits?)

We can pretend the strength in EPS was because business has been booming during the “long economic expansion,” but it wasn’t. We got less production growth out of this expansion than in any other expansion in US history, and that is easy to prove with the Fed’s own data. GDP went up, but the rate of growth in GDP has been in secular decline during each expansion: (Expansion periods are the periods between the gray recession zones in the Fed graph below.)

Of course, those are percentage changes, and the higher any number gets, the harder it becomes to get as big of a percentage change off that number. So, not so horrible, right?

Well, the real numbers look worse because, you see, the government has changed the way it calculates GDP over the years to make things look better when measured against history. If you go back to tracking GDP the way it was historically calculated (if for no other reason than to keep the formula being used consistent across the chart), it looks like this: (Top line in the chart below is the line from the Fed chart above; bottom line is what you get if you stay with the same formula throughout the chart.)

Oops. Worse than pathetic. Using consistent accounting through time, we discover we have actually been in receding GDP (recession) since 2000 with the exception of one little bump in 2004. We don’t want to admit that, so we we’ll just ignore that by saying we improved our accounting methods over time.

And that is why I say “It’s been a great recession” because we never actually left the Great Recession. Rather than the longest expansion in US history, we’ve been enduring the longest recession in US history ever since the dot-com bust. The above chart shows the GDP growth rate, and the REAL GDP “growth” rate, which has actually been contraction, not growth, for the past two decades if measured by historic standards. So long as GDP is growing, (above 0 on the chart above), we’re in expansion. Whenever GDP is shrinking (below 0 on the chart above), we’re in recession…..

http://thegreatrecession.info/blog/great-recession-for-a-few/

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As Wall Street Celebrates Rising Stock Prices, Companies Are Literally Shutting Down All Over America

How long can the stock market possibly stay completely disconnected from economic reality?  On Monday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose just 27 points, but that was good enough to push it to yet another new all-time record high.  Investors have been absolutely thrilled by the extremely impressive bull run that we have witnessed so far in 2019, but there is no way that this is sustainable.  Wall Street may be celebrating for the moment, but meanwhile all of the hard economic numbers are telling us that we have now entered a new economic slowdown.  Just like in 2008, it appears to be inevitable that the party on Wall Street is about to hit a brick wall, but nobody should be surprised when it happens.  Everywhere around us there are signs of economic trouble, and right now companies are literally shutting down all over America….

http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/as-wall-street-celebrates-rising-stock-prices-companies-are-literally-shutting-down-all-over-america

The longer the “fed” can keep all the balls in the air the more of the world their shareholders will own when everything comes crashing down.

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Male fertility warning: Chemicals in household items can damage sperm

(Natural News) In the past eighty years, sperm quality has fallen by 50 percent, beckoning an infertility epidemic among men. Sperm can only be created when there is a healthy balance of hormones, dominated by testosterone. There are chemicals in the household environment that mimic the effects of oestrogen once they are inside the human body. These hormone-disrupting chemicals can reduce sperm production, hinder sperm motility, and damage their DNA. This silent hormone disruption epidemic is weakening man’s ability to reproduce, taking the life (testosterone) out of his masculine qualities, and carrying on a damaged DNA sequence into the next generation.

Oestrogen-mimicking chemicals cause DNA fragmentation in sperm, destroy sperm count and motility

There are two hormone-disrupting chemicals that significantly damage the modern male: DEHP (diethylhexyl phthalate) and PCB 153. These chemicals are found in modern day carpets, clothing, and upholstery. Even though they are not directly consumed, their breakdown into the immediate environment is breathed in and absorbed by the human body. Researchers from the University of Nottingham have measured similar levels of these chemicals in the blood of both men and dogs and have found that they have a devastating effect on both men and dog’s ability to reproduce….

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-07-15-male-fertility-warning-chemicals-household-damage-sperm.html

Why your toilet paper is trying to kill you

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