Donald Trump was in defiant mood at last night’s State of the Union Address in Washington, D.C., confident that he will be acquitted in the Senate impeachment trial today. While there is a great amount of talk that the United States is racked with partisan strife, when it comes to foreign policy, the parties are in near lockstep agreement. A case in point was the cheers from the audience as Trump announced that “we are once again standing up for freedom in our hemisphere” by “supporting the hopes of Cubans, Nicaraguans and Venezuelans.” …
There is no resistance to the luciferian state except insofar as Trump is able to dismantle the blackmail network. I’m pretty sure he’s willing. If he succeeds, then checks and balances will probably come back into play in foreign policy. If he fails, the whole world is screwed.
Two days after the caucus, the fiasco in Iowa continues. On Monday, Shadow, the app the Democratic Party was relying on to count votes, crashed, leaving all sides angry at the incompetence and the confusion it caused. Nevertheless, with no precincts reporting, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg declared victory. Bernie Sanders’ team believed the Vermont senator held around a five-point lead over Buttigieg in the popular vote. However, two days later the two are neck-and-neck, with ten pledged delegates each, both receiving over a quarter of the vote share. Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren is the only other candidate to have captured any delegates at this moment, securing four. The biggest loser among the primary contenders appears to be former vice-president Joe Biden, who is in a clear fourth place, securing only 15 percent of the vote, and not enough for any delegates. Many of the most racially diverse counties have yet to declare.
Iowa Party Chairman Troy Price apologized to registered Democrats who flocked to more than 1,600 caucus sites across the state and as far afield as Paris, France and Glasgow, Scotland. “There was a coding error,” heclaimed. But as more details emerge of close ties between Buttigieg’s team and the makers of the app responsible for the disaster, anger turned to suspicion. Records show that Buttigieg’s campaign has donated at least $42,500 to the makers of Shadow. Tara McGowan, the CEO of its parent company, is married to a senior Buttigieg strategist andopenly celebrated the news that the South Bend mayor decided to run for president. Perhaps more ominously, a number of senior members of Shadow’s team, including the CEO, Gerard Niemira, COO James Hickey, CTO Krista Davis and Product Manager Ahna Rao ran Hillary Clinton’s 2016 primary bid.
In 2016, the Democratic National Congress (DNC) rigged the election in favor of Clinton, preventing Sanders from becoming the nominee. Itargued in court that they were under no legal obligation to provide the public with a clean election and it was its right under the First Amendment to put its thumb on the scale for Clinton. Words like “impartial” and “evenhanded,” as used in the DNC charter, it said, could not be interpreted by a court of law. On Monday, MintPress alsoreported that the DNC had established an online “counter disinformation team” that claimed to be trying to prevent the spread of fake news. Any social media user employing the word “rigged” or variations of it would be highlighted by the DNC’s new software and targeted, it claimed. …
Elevated levels of all chemicals and formulations tested, but no evidence of harm
Six ingredients commonly found in sunscreens had systemic absorption levels that exceeded FDA recommendations, according to a clinical evaluation of four sunscreen formulations.
Mean plasma concentrations of avobenzone (primary endpoint) ranged from 3.3 to 7.1 ng/mL across the four sunscreen formulations (one lotion, three sprays). That compared with the FDA recommendation of 0.5 ng/mL.
The other five chemicals evaluated in the study also exceeded the FDA recommendation for each sunscreen that included the chemicals in its overall composition, reported David G. Strauss, MD, PhD, of the FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research in Silver Spring, Maryland, and colleagues in JAMA.
“All six sunscreen active ingredients tested resulted in exposure above 0.5 ng/mL, and this threshold was reached after one application to 75% of body surface on day 1,” the authors stated. “This reinforces the need for additional research to determine the effect of systemic exposure of sunscreen ingredients.”
“These findings do not indicate that individuals should refrain from the use of sunscreen,” they added….
It’s very strange, unlike every other purported branch of science, whatever medicine doesn’t know about or bother to research somehow doesn’t actually exist. Absence of evidence of harm is indeed evidence of absence of harm according to our medical authorities. Take the FDA’s RDA for vitamin D for instance…
What do I want to be when I grow up? According to a recent study, this is a question we ask ourselves not only as we graduate from high school, but also as we progress in our careers as adults. The study found one of the biggest challenges for career decisions regardless of age, is a lack of knowledge about career choices. We need access to good career information to help direct us to suitable paths. When this information is available, suddenly a career someone might never have considered becomes a very real opportunity. One of those roles is that of a welder. (1, 2)
The World Needs Welders
Welding has become such a high-demand career that companies in need of welders are heading to the source to recruit students in welding programs. At Hillsborough Community College (HHC) in Tampa this is a common occurrence. (2)
“By the year 2024, we’ll be over 400,000 shortage of welders in the United States,” says Randy Kelley of Tampa Tank Inc. “One of the things that’s been really big in the welding industry is the introduction of robotics.” (2)…
Deborah Jeane Palfrey (March 18, 1956 — May 1, 2008) (dubbed the D.C. Madam by the news media) operated Pamela Martin and Associates, an escort agency in Washington, D.C. Although she argued that the company’s services were legal, she was convicted on April 15, 2008 of racketeering, using the mail for illegal purposes, and money laundering. Slightly over two weeks later, facing a prison sentence of five or six years, she was found hanged. Her death was later concluded to be murder, despite the official police “report” claiming suicide.
In this latest revelation, it is completely exposed beyond a shadow of a doubt that she was indeed murdered by her high end clients, including Dick Cheney.
Interviewers Alex Jones and Mike Rivero, as well as close friend and property owner discuss breaking new revelations.
She wasn’t pursued by the feds until she tried to shut down her business, implying that she was surveilled for years in order to get blackmail on powerful people. When she was no longer useful she became a liability to the blackmail mechanism since the threat of exposure becomes irrelevant if exposure has already occurred. Alex Jones interviewed her a number of times, I recall him repeatedly warning her that she needed to reveal her notebook to at least temporarily fend off the assassins, since her death after such publicity would be impossible to ignore even for our “free press”. Unfortunately she didn’t take his advice. She was emphatic that she was not suicidal and was optimistic that her conviction would be overturned on appeal.
Blackmail and sex trafficking are the bedrock of the washington establishment. It’s what keeps the drug trafficking, theft, murder, torture, satanic rituals, foreign and domestic policies etc under centralized control. It’s why a truth and reconciliation process is probably needed. Truth however would have to address the reason that so many damaged men and lost children are available to feed to the blackmail machine: the sexual abuse, trauma imprinting and emotional impairment of infants at the hands of american medicine.
But the connection between the Clintons and Epstein went even deeper.
On July 6, 2016, Fox News alerted us to a 2007 letter by Epstein’s lawyers Alan Dershowitz and Gerald Lefcourt to the U.S. Attorney’s office in the Southern District of Florida, in which Epstein claimed he was part of the original group that conceived the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI). In 2013, CGI was renamed the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation….
In the name of protecting the children, U.S. lawmakers and the Department of Justice want to ban end-to-end encryption, opening Internet users to a host of attacks on their privacy by not only the government but also malicious hackers.
Attorney General William Barr is claiming he wants to protect the children, but his former law firm, Kirkland & Ellis, protected Jeffrey Epstein—one of the most serial child sex traffickers. And it turns out Barr’s own father, Donald Barr, was the headmaster of an elite New York City school that hired college dropout Epstein to teach math and physics.
Last week, Barr expressed at the White House Summit on Human Trafficking that encryption was aiding human traffickers. He said:
“We live in a digital age, and like everyone else, human traffickers are relying increasingly on digital communication and the Internet … and more and more, the evidence we rely on to detect and to deal with these predators is digital evidence,” Barr said. “However, increasingly, this evidence is being encrypted.
We all recognize that encryption is important in the commercial world to protect consumers like us from cybercriminals, but now, we’re seeing military-grade encryption being marketed on consumer products like cellphones and social media platforms and messaging services, and that means that we cannot get access to this data.
We just can’t have chatrooms and websites that are involved in grooming children victims or selling trafficked women — sites that are impenetrable to law enforcement—and we have to do something about this.”…
This week on the de-program James digs up an old New York Times report on the CIA’s “mighty wurlitzer,” their global propaganda network that included hundreds of journalists, editors, academics, publishing houses, newspapers, magazines and front companies. Although the Times piece is, as expected, a limited hangout, it does provide some interesting pieces of the global intelligence propaganda puzzle.