Study: People give ‘moral pass’ to repeated misinformation

Daniel Effron, an associate professor for organizational behavior at the London Business school, tells Chuck Todd that if you are repeatedly exposed to misinformation, you can start believing it. He said, “even when you don’t believe in this information, hearing it, again and again, can make you … give it a moral pass.”

Scam: Cities are banning natural gas in new homes, citing climate change

A growing number of U.S. cities are taking a stand against gas stoves, long billed as a more convenient way to cook, because of their contribution to climate change.

Since June, a dozen cities have banned natural gas equipment in new buildings. Berkeley, California, was the first, followed in the state by San Jose, Mountain View, Santa Rosa and Brisbane. A half-dozen other cities have passed laws to strongly encourage all-electric construction without banning fossil fuels outright.

On the East Coast, Brookline, Massachusetts, in November became the first city in the state to ban new gas hookups. Dozens of other cities, from Cambridge and Newton in Massachusetts to Seattle, are considering similar bans.

While the restrictions enjoy strong public support, they’re causing panic among some homeowners and gas-dependent industries. The California Restaurant Association last week sued Berkeley, calling its gas-ban law “irresponsible” and claiming that “restaurants specializing in international foods so prized in the Bay Area will be unable to prepare many of their specialties without natural gas.” The gas industry has also funded extensive opposition to cities’ climate goals, the Los Angeles Times reports.

While the stoves themselves aren’t the biggest problem from a climate change perspective, they’re the aspect that most people are attached to, said Bruce Nilles, managing director of building electrification at the Rocky Mountain Institute, a clean-energy think tank.

“Most people have no idea how they heat their water, how they dry their clothes, how they heat their homes — but most people are well aware that they have a gas or electric stove,” he said….


Sarah Westall interviews Kirk Pendergrass re Timothy Holmseth & Field McConnell

“Pedophilia is a worldwide epidemic.”

In the wake of the Jeffrey Epstein arrest and death, as well as the unjust Field McConnell arrest on November 4, 2019, Sarah Westall interviews Kirk Pendergrass* about two long-term champions of the war against pedophilia and child trafficking: Field McConnell** and Timothy Holmseth.***

Field was arrested over a month ago in Wisconsin, for mentioning on air, the name of a Broward County, Florida attorney involved in Timothy’s court case. Apparently, she wanted to stay out of the public eye. Field has been awaiting extradition to Florida, but apparently the complaint may not be applicable.

Below, find Parts 1 and 2 of Sarah’s interview with Kirk.

Another interesting Kirk Pendergrass interview:

* More on Kirk:

** More on Field:

*** More on Timothy:

More on Field’s release progress can be found at The Field Report at

Vaccine Subterfuge in Samoa

The prime minister of Samoa has spoken openly about his vaccine injured grandchild. Recently they suspended measles vaccination when two children (in a country of under 200,000 people) died from vaccination. The country had very low vaccination rates.

Pharma kicked in to gear. They cannot abide dissidents in their empire, and any emperor knows, you don’t just shut up a dissident, you destroy them and their entire support system.

They sent a bunch of vaccines to the island and started vaccinating and all of a sudden a bunch of kids came down with measles. So far, over sixty have died following vaccination. In a country of fewer than 200,000. It is being presented to the world as a measles outbreak that is killing the children. What is not being disclosed is that all the dead children were vaccinated shortly before they died.

Long story short, they have turned the entire country into a police state overnight. They are force vaccinating everybody in the country and imprisoning the people who help them heal from the resultant injuries.

This is play number one out of the imperial playbook. It is the last thing an astute healer would do.

Elliott Freed

Just before my phone gets taken 1000mg vit C sodium ascorbate taken dissolved in 1/4 cup water every 3 hours. This will save your kids. They should be on their feet in 16 hours. Then start vitamin A for repair of damaged tissue.

Save our kids. Nobody should have died. This is the greatest crime against our people by our own people.

God Bless Samoa. Please stop this madness.

December 4

Well its come to this . All the parents i have have helped sorry i couldn’t do more.

Leading anti-vaccine activist arrested

Russian Family Gardens Produce 40% of Russian Food

Earlier this month, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev stated that Russia will not import GMO products because Russia has enough space and resources to produce organic food.

This was not a political statement of posturing, given the current cool relations between the U.S. and Russia over the Ukraine. As it turns out, Russia’s food security is light years ahead of the U.S.

As you will read below, a significant portion of the Russian population own “dachas,” or seasonal garden homes, where they can grow their own food. At the height of the communist era, it is reported that these dachas produced 90% of the nation’s food. Today, with the land now privatized, they still comprise about 40% of the nation’s food.

Compare that with the United States, where less than 1% of the population controls the food, and small-scale family farms have for the most part been bought out by huge Biotech corporations.

In 2011 the dacha gardens of Russia produced 40% of the nation’s food



While many in the world are completely dependent on large scale agriculture, the Russian people feed themselves. Their agricultural economy is small scale, predominantly organic and in the capable hands of the nation’s people. Russians have something built into their DNA that creates the desire to grow their own food. It’s a habit that has fed the Russian nation for centuries. It’s not just a hobby but a massive contribution to Russia’s agriculture.

In 2011, 51% of Russia’s food was grown either by dacha communities (40%), like those pictured left in Sisto-Palkino, or peasant farmers (11%) leaving the rest (49%) of production to the large agricultural enterprises. But when you dig down into the earthy data from the Russian Statistics Service you discover some impressive details. Again in 2011, dacha gardens produced over 80% of the countries fruit and berries, over 66% of the vegetables, almost 80% of the potatoes and nearly 50% of the nations milk, much of it consumed raw.

Food sovereignty puts the people who produce, distribute and eat food at the centre of decisions about food production and policy rather than corporations and market institutions that have come to dominate the global food system. In 2003, the Russian government signed the Private Garden Plot Act into law, entitling citizens to private plots of land for free. These plots range from 0.89 hectares to 2.75 hectares. Industrial agricultural practices tend to be extremely resource intensive and can damage the environment. 70% of global water use goes to farming, and soil is eroded 10 to 40 times faster.

Read the Full Article Here….