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FBI is a Criminal Enterprise

Over the years we have been warned about the danger of subversive organizations that would threaten our liberties, subvert our system, would encourage its members to take further illegal action to advance their views, organizations that would incite and promote violence, pitting one American group against another… There is an organization that does fit those descriptions, and it is the organization, the leadership of which has been most constant in its warning to us to be on guard against such harm. The FBI did all of those things.

— Senator Philip A. Hart, Select Committee on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, 1975

 

Requiem for the Suicided: Kenneth Trentadue

OKC Bombing: Another Silenced Witness to Mass Murderers in the FBI and OKC Police Force

Dr. Frederic Whitehurst Reveals Forensic Fraud at FBI Crime Lab

Frederic Whitehurst, who joined the FBI in 1982 and served as a Supervisory Special Agent in the FBI crime lab from 1986-98, achieved a great deal of media attention during the 1990s for blowing the whistle at the FBI Lab.

He investigated, uncovered and reported scientific misconduct which forced the FBI crime lab to agree to forty major reforms, including undergoing an accreditation process.

WAR AT HOME: COINTELPRO Revisited – Spying & Disruption

INTRODUCTION

Activists across the country report increasing government harassment and disruption of their work:

-In the Southwest, paid informers infiltrate the church services, Bible classes and support networks of clergy and lay workers giving sanctuary to refugees from El Salvador and Guatemala.

-In Alabama, elderly Black people attempting for the first time to exercise their right to vote are interrogated by FBI agents and hauled before federal grand juries hundreds of miles from their homes.

-In New England, a former CIA case officer cites examples from his own past work to warn college students of efforts by undercover operatives to misdirect and discredit protests against South African and US racism.

-In the San Francisco Bay Area, activists planning anti-nuclear civil disobedience learn that their meetings have been infiltrated by the US Navy.

-In Detroit, Seattle, and Philadelphia, in Cambridge, MA, Berkeley,CA., Phoenix, AR., and Washington, DC., churches and organizations opposing US policies in Central America report obviously political break-ins in which important papers are stolen or damaged, while money and valuables are left untouched. License plates on a car spotted fleeing one such office have been traced to the US National Security Agency.

-In Puerto Rico, Texas and Massachusetts, labor leaders, community organizers, writers and editors who advocate Puerto Rican independence are branded by the FBI as “terrorists,” brutally rounded-up in the middle of the night, held incommunicado for days and then jailed under new preventive detention laws.

-The FBI puts the same “terrorist” label on opponents of US intervention in El Salvador, but refuses to investigate the possibility of a political conspiracy behind nation-wide bombings of abortion clinics.

-Throughout the country, people attempting to see Nicaragua for themselves find their trips disrupted, their private papers confiscated, and their homes and offices plagued by FBI agents who demand detailed personal and political information.

These kinds of government tactics violate our fundamental constitutional rights. They make it enormously difficult to sustain grass-roots organizing. They create an atmosphere of fear and distrust which undermines any effort to challenge official policy.

Similar measures were used in the 1960s as part of a secret FBI program known as “COINTELPRO.” COINTELPRO was later exposed and officially ended. But the evidence shows that it actually persisted and that clandestine operations to discredit and disrupt opposition movements have become an institutional feature of national and local government in the US. This pamphlet is designed to help current and future activists learn from the history of COINTELPRO, so that our movements can better withstand such attack.

The first section gives a brief overview of what we know the FBI did in the 60s. It explains why we can expect similar government intervention in the 80s and beyond, and offers general guidelines for effective response….

http://www.whale.to/b/glick.html

The guy and the company that put up the following web site in the 90’s disappeared shortly thereafter.    Probably killed by circumcised FBI agents.   We are all slaves to invisible masters, including the FBI itself.

Spy and Counterspy: Spy school for the rest of us

http://members.tranquility.net/~rwinkel/counterspy/

 

WARNING: THE GOLD REALLY IS GONE

Please take this warning seriously. Your chance to protect your family may depend on it. We remind you of the very dire current situation with Canada’s ONLY precious metals bullion bank Scotia Mocatta – and the nearly EMPTY status of those very same vaults in 2010, as reported by Harvey Organ. Friends, if you’re still not convinced, let us assure you – the gold really is gone. (seriously). ScotiaMocatta Put For Sale After Multibillion Money-Laundering Scandal

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-19/scotiamocatta-put-sale-after-multibillion-money-laundering-scandal

GATA Confirms Central “Banks” Gold Suppression Since At Least Mid-1970’s

Treasury Secretary Seeks to Reassure Everyone About Ft. Knox Gold

How milk formula companies are putting profits before science

31 October 2017 – New investigation reveals the lack of science behind product ranges of top four baby milk companies

A new investigative report by The Changing Markets Foundation, Globalization Monitor, SumOfUs and the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) reveals that the four leading manufacturers of milk formulas are unduly boosting profits by exploiting parents’ understandable desire to give the best possible nutrition to their babies.

The report, Milking It: How milk formula companies are putting profits before science, reviewed more than 400 infant milks for babies under 12 months old from the four leading global manufacturers: Nestlé, Danone, Mead Johnson Nutrition[1] and Abbott, sold at 14 markets. It concluded that product differentiation is not science-based, but instead informed by careful research into consumer preferences, and guided by a desire to increase manufacturers’ market share and profits, especially in highly competitive, rapidly growing Asian markets.

The researchers found ‘premium’ milk formulas contain additional nutrients not required by law or global standard, which claim to get formula milk ‘closer to breastmilk’, or to represent ‘the latest developments in nutritional science’. Other products contain specific ingredients claiming to solve general conditions (preventing allergies, promoting softer stools and better sleep, etc), or to be free of genetically modified organisms. The very fact that companies place infant milks with different formulations on different markets suggests there is little nutritional science and few beneficial health considerations behind their extensive product ranges.

Our report found that instead of nutritional science, companies are basing their selling strategies on market research and consumer preferences,” said Nusa Urbancic from Changing Markets Foundation. “Product differentials are carefully and deliberately designed to appeal to the tastes and lifestyle preferences of parents, or their natural desire to give their babies the best possible start in life. As such, manufacturers can package these products in ‘premium’ ranges and charge high prices accordingly.” …

https://epha.org/investigative-report-i-milking-it-how-milk-formula-companies-are-putting-profits-before-science/

The “best possible start in life” …. oh my god.  We are in such trouble.

9) The medical community’s “guidance” on breastfeeding is a scandal in itself. Even without the now abundant evidence of the immunological, nutritional, intellectual and psychological benefits of breastfeeding for the baby, and its psychological, hormonal and physiological benefits for post-partum mothers, common sense and human empathy would strongly argue against intervening in this intimate time of mother-child bonding. Yet generations of american children have been denied this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for normal health, growth and emotional well being on the basis of little more than uninformed medical hubris working in concert with a well-financed corporate marketing campaign. The social costs of this medically inspired mass emotional neglect are predictable.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2684040/
http://www.theecologist.org/trial_investigations/268337/breastmilk_vs_formula_food.html
http://www.lalecheleague.org/NB/NBbenefits.html
http://members.tranquility.net/~rwinkel/MGM/blog/BFeedingIQ.txt
http://members.tranquility.net/~rwinkel/MGM/blog/BFStemCell.txt
http://www.babymilkaction.org/
https://web.archive.org/web/20130509044217/http://www.babymilkaction.org/shop/pcards.html#twins

Hospitals receive kickbacks from formula companies for handing out formula to new mothers, interfering with the crucial first few days when breastfeeding must be initiated:
http://banthebags.org/48

Meanwhile, the US WIC program for low income families distributes vouchers for infant formula, promoting poor health and lower IQ among poor children:
https://web.archive.org/web/20120515230358/http://www.homelandstupidity.us/2007/05/21/wic-killing-children-with-kindness

Breast milk contains oxytocin, the hormone of love and bonding:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3582266

Bottle feeding linked to post partum depression
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0306987709005076

Lack of breast feeding linked to autism
http://www.internationalbreastfeedingjournal.com/content/1/1/16

Baby formula is contaminated with aluminum:
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/10/131010091429.htm

Fluoride from drinking water (and “fortified formula water”) combines with aluminum. The fluoroaluminum complex is transported into the brain:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9518651
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10377600

http://members.tranquility.net/~rwinkel/MGM/birthUSA3.html

“Three new studies led by Notre Dame Psychology Professor Darcia Narvaez show a relationship between child rearing practices common in foraging hunter-gatherer societies (how we humans have spent about 99 percent of our history) and better mental health, greater empathy and conscience development, and higher intelligence in children. “Our research shows that the roots of moral functioning form early in life, in infancy, and depend on the affective quality of family and community support,” says Narvaez, who specializes in the moral and character development of children. …

“Narvaez identifies six characteristics of child rearing that were common to our distant ancestors:

Lots of positive touch – as in no spanking – but nearly constant carrying, cuddling and holding

Prompt response to baby’s fusses and cries. You can’t “spoil” a baby. This means meeting a child’s needs before they get upset and the brain is flooded with toxic chemicals. “Warm, responsive caregiving like this keeps the infant’s brain calm in the years it is forming its personality and response to the world,” Narvaez says

Breastfeeding, ideally 2 to 5 years. A child’s immune system isn’t fully formed until age 6 and breast milk provides its building blocks

Multiple adult caregivers – people beyond mom and dad who also love the child

Free play with multi-age playmates. Studies show that kids who don’t play enough are more likely to have ADHD and other mental health issues

Natural childbirth, which provides mothers with the hormone boosts that give the energy to care for a newborn.

http://newsinfo.nd.edu/news/16829-research-shows-child-rearing-practices-of-distant-ancestors-f/

INTRODUCTION

It is generally known (back to medieval or ancient times) that deprivation of sensory stimuli like voice and vision in the early phases of human life will cause irreversible mental retardation in the child. Also the prevention of child play will cause intellectual deficits in the adult. But eyes, ears and the nose are not the only human sensory systems.

Additionally there are the two body sensor systems, the “somatosensors”. One is the vestibular sensor for maintaining orientation and upright walk. The other one is the skin, for sensing touch.

MOTHER BONDING IS ESSENTIAL FOR PEACE

Through the work of James W. Prescott, Ph.D. and various others until the mid 1970s it was established that these previously neglected senses are of overwhelming importance for the development of social abilities for adult life. Their deprivation in childhood is a major cause for adult violence.

James W. Prescott, Ph.D., was a health scientist administrator at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), one of the Institutes of the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) from 1966 to 1980. He created and directed the Developmental Behavioral Biology Program at the NICHD where he initiated NICHD supported research programs that documented how the failure of “Mother Love” in infant monkeys adversely affected the biological development of their brains. These astonishing abnormal brain changes underlie the behaviors of depression, impulse dyscontrol and violence that result from mother-infant separations.

CULTURES THAT PUNISH INFANTS OR REPRESS SEXUALITY ARE VIOLENT

These behavioral effects were confirmed in his studies on primitive cultures including the effects of sensory deprivation of human sexual pleasure and affection during adolescence. The results of these scientific studies do not support the many traditional religious and cultural values throughout the world, which deny the importance of “Mothering” and of youth affectional sexual relationships for peaceful and loving behaviors.

The continuation of this research was obstructed and eventually cancelled by the NICHD. Even the existence and results of these NICHD supported research programs was consciously omitted in a recent NIH publication.

On this web site, you can read the whole story. Here you can read a short history of Dr. Prescott’s research and the full text of the groundbreaking article “Body Pleasure and the Origins of Violence”, watch the complete Time Life video documentary Rock A Bye Baby, browse the comprehensive archive of scientific papers and visit related websites from our list of selected links.

http://violence.de/

The fact that this nobel-prize-worthy taxpayer funded research was eventually actively suppressed and disavowed by the NIH certainly suggests that washington is under the control of highly questionable people.  Are they all satanic pedophile cannibals?   No.   Just the ones in pivotal positions of power, the rest are sheep like the rest of us.

Tylenol linked to Autism, Developmental Problems in Children

“Children who used acetaminophen at age 12 to 18 months were more than eight times as likely to be in the autism group when all children were considered and more than 20 times as likely to be in the autism group when limiting cases to children with regression.”

Fig. 2.AMR.acetaminophen

There was no similar autism effect with ibuprofen. In fact, as Schultz explained to me recently by email, “I did not see a direct association with any of the vaccines themselves. It was only the combination of acetaminophen and the MMR vaccine which increased autism risk.”

Schultz had data that should have warned the world. The study pointed singularly at acetaminophen. Not a vaccine. A bad reaction to a vaccine plus ibuprofen was not associated with autism. A bad reaction to a vaccine plus acetaminophen was associated with autism.

Yet, the world didn’t seem to notice.

Parents were still grabbing Infants’ Tylenol and other popular brand-name, acetaminophen-containing medications targeted at children off of the shelf like hot-cakes.

Schultz’s study was small and it shouldn’t be the final word on the topic. It isn’t. A lot of information has accumulated since Schultz’s first published it seven years ago:

The same year that Schultz published his first work on the topic, a large, multinational study found a dose dependent association between use of acetaminophen and asthma, rhinoconjuctivitis, and eczema [11].

A number of scientists have independently published molecular mechanisms by which acetaminophen can induce inflammation [12-15]. The drug can profoundly alter toxin metabolism and inflammatory processes in the body. It actually makes sense that acetaminophen causes brain damage in some children. In fact, based on how the drug affects the body, it would be surprising if the drug didn’t put a baby’s developing brain at risk.

A very large study in Norway showed that the use of acetaminophen by mothers during pregnancy was associated with developmental problems in children at three years of age [16]. Children had problems with their emotions, aggression, attention, and gross motor skills. Ibuprofen use was not associated with these problems.

A study at UCLA in collaboration with scientists in Denmark and Taiwan found that use of acetaminophen during pregnancy is associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder [17]. To quote the authors, “Results did not appear to be confounded by maternal inflammation, infection during pregnancy, the mother’s mental health problems, or other (variables they examined)”.

An interesting epidemiologic study suggested that use of acetaminophen at the time of circumcision might account for many cases of autism [18]. Since many parents are unaware of acetaminophen use following circumcision, an epidemiologic study may be the best tool to examine this issue.Yet, to this day, a definitive study has never been conducted to see if acetaminophen works better than traditional methods of cooling down the body (e.g., using a cool towel) to relieve fever.Parents still believe it’s a safe and effective medication for children. Marketing and the herd mentality, rather than scientific evidence, still dictate behavior, even for medical professionals recommending the drug.Maybe in the future, what we now call autism will be a condition of historical interest known as “acetaminophen-induced neurodevelopmental disorder.”Just maybe.Nobody can know for sure.What we do know is that acetaminophen is bad for a fetus and bad for a baby.

https://safeminds.org/blog/2015/09/11/acetaminophen-as-a-cause-of-the-autism-pandemic-it-makes-absolutely-no-sense-at-first/