Flashback: Ebola False Flag Predicted By CIA Insider

Aired on September 18th, 2014, Alex Jones talks with former CIA operative Robert David Steele who predicts an Ebola related false flag!

“…[T]hey will have another false flag, in fact the false flag I’m hearing about is a simulated Ebola attack in which they actually use biochemical weapons that dissipate, but then they pretend that it’s Ebola…,” Steele said during an interview last month, prior to the first Ebola case popping up in the U.S.

Real or not, they really really want to inject things into your body.

Can Alleviating Autistic Symptoms Be as Simple as This?

Autism levels have proliferated by more than 200 times over the past three decades. But new studies suggest fixing it may be as simple as restoring this balance in your body. Want proof? Then consider the fact that each time this happens, autism rates jump…

Three decades ago, when I was still in medical school, autism affected one in 10,000 children. Today, autism is estimated to afflict as many as one in 50 children.

Mounting research indicates that brain disorders are the result of excessive exposure to toxins from multiple sources—including the motherwhile in utero.

Another critical factor appears to be related to gut bacteria, which are of course also adversely affected by toxic exposures of all kinds, from food, environment, and medicine.

The more we learn about the functions of the human microbiome, the more we come to realize that bacteria may in fact be responsible for a vast majority of human health conditions. As noted in a previous article by Experience L!fe:

“The idea that we have so many more microbial cells than human cells runs counter to the long-held belief that our health is mostly orchestrated by instructions embedded in our DNA.

Scientists worked hard to crack the human genome, but, ultimately, just knowing our genetic codes proved insufficient to actually cure disease. Researchers eventually realized they had to factor in and analyze the human microbiome to get a clearer picture of how health and well-being are maintained”…

Read much more, including suggestions for reversing the condition at Culprits of Autism: Toxins, Gut Bacteria, & Vaccines.

What do Bill, Hillary, Barack Obama, Karl Marx and Saul David Alinsky have in common?

Mrs. Clinton has some disturbing Marxist connections.

Comrade Hillary by Victor Thorn —

Americans must ask themselves a question: Do they want another president who is the disciple of a Marxist radical by the name of Saul David Alinsky? Then you might want to rethink things if you are a fan of Hillary Rodham Clinton.

During the 2008 Democratic primaries, candidates Barack Hussein Obama and Hillary Clinton indicated that they were acolytes of the Jewish socialist extremist Alinsky. The situation is reminiscent of the 2004 presidential election when two members of the secret society Skull and Bones, George W. Bush and John F. Kerry, vied for the White House.

The Alinsky problem emerged again with the recent disclosure of adoring letters sent by Mrs. Clinton to Alinsky in 1971. In this correspondence, Mrs. Clinton told Alinsky that she “missed their regular conversations” and thanked him for his advice on campus activism…

Who is Alinsky? According to Mark Davis and Emmett Tyrrell, the authors of the book Madame Hillary: The Dark Road to the White House, Alinsky is responsible for writing “the left-winger’s operating manual for revolution” in his landmark guide Rules for Radicals: A Practical Primer for Realistic Radicals… in Rules, Alinsky wrote: “The end is what you want, and the means is how you get it.”

As an indication of his character, Alinsky dedicated this subversive how-to book of guerrilla tactics to Lucifer.

In regard to his philosophy, Alinsky advocated a combination of political relativism and situational ethics. In Rules he pronounced, “The end justifies almost any means.” Alinsky then boasted, “ethical standards must be elastic,” and added, “all effective actions require the passport of morality”…

Coinciding with Obama’s coronation at the 2008 Democratic National Convention, L. David Alinsky, Saul’s son, told The Boston Globe on August 31, 2008: “I’m proud to see that my father’s model for organizing is being applied successfully beyond local community organizing to affect the Democratic campaign in 2008”…

In the book Hell to Pay: The Unfolding Story of Hillary Rodham Clinton, author Barbara Olson wrote, “[Hillary’s boss at a Berkeley law fitm, Robert Treuhaft] dedicated his entire legal career to advancing the agenda of the Soviet Communist Party and KGB.”

Read the full article at Comrade Hillary | American Free Press.

The Real Reason Holder Quit | American Free Press

By November 2013, a coalition of GOP legislators decided they’d had enough and formally introduced Articles of Impeachment against Holder.

“For nearly five years, we have witnessed Mr. Holder repeatedly deceive Congress and degrade the credibility of the Justice Department in the eyes of the American people,” the legislators wrote. “Unfortunately, Mr. Holder has continued to act in a manner unbefitting of a cabinet official. He has failed to perform his constitutional duties and violated the law on a number of occasions.”

Of course, Holder’s misdeeds weren’t all spelled out in the Articles of Impeachment. Perhaps his greatest crimes were the things he failed to do, like investigate rampant thievery on Wall Street.

Despite being given $165 million in funds to investigate and prosecute those responsible for the 2008 mortgage crisis, Holder refused to send one single banker to jail and ended up de-prioritizing mortgage fraud to the “lowest-ranked criminal threat” from 2009 to 2011.

Is it any wonder that Holder leaves office with a mere 15% approval rating?

Whether it’s giving the National Security Administration carte blanche to expand their warrantless domestic spying operations or declaring that the president has the legal authority to order a targeted assassination against an American citizen anywhere in the world, Holder has clearly been on the offensive against those he swore an oath to defend.

Read much more at The Real Reason Holder Quit | American Free Press.

More children undergo shock therapy

An older article, from December 6, 1995, but still timely, as they are still doing electro-convulsive treatments.

For the first time in four decades, children and adolescents are being used as subjects of significant new shock therapy studies.

The studies are being done quietly at respected schools and hospitals such as UCLA, the Mayo Clinic and the University of Michigan.

Shock therapy’s use is on the rise, especially among the elderly. Children and other high-risk patients are receiving more shock as well, mostly as a treatment for severe depression.

Children still account for a small percentage of shock patients, and no national estimates exist.

But at a seminar for shock therapy doctors in May, one-third of psychiatrists raised their hands when asked if they did shock on young people.

University of Pennsylvania neuroscientist Peter Sterling, a shock opponent, calls the child studies "horrifying. . . . You’re shocking a brain that is still developing."

California and Texas ban shock therapy on kids under 12. Most states permit it with approval of two psychiatrists and a parent or guardian.

Shock researchers met in Providence, R.I., in the fall of 1994 to discuss early results of the new studies, mostly unpublished.

"There’s no evidence that electroconvulsive therapy affects brain development of children in any permanent way," says researcher Kathleen Logan, a Mayo Clinic psychiatrist.

"Parents and patients have been receptive in a vast majority of cases," Logan says. "We do a lot of education. We show them a video and the ECT suite. They’re so desperate that they’ll give it a try."

The latest child shock researchers compare their results to the pioneering work in the field: a 1947 study by psychiatrist Lauretta Bender.

Bender’s study reported on 98 children (ages 3-11) shocked at Bellevue Hospital in New York. She reported a 97% success rate: "They were better controlled, seemed better integrated and more mature."

In 1950, Bender shocked a 2-year-old who had "a distressing anxiety that frequently reached a state of panic." After 20 shocks, the boy had "moderate improvement."

But in a 1954 follow-up, other researchers could not find improvement in Bender’s children: "In a number of cases, parents have told the writers that the children were definitely worse," they wrote.

Today’s researchers interpret Bender’s study as evidence that shock works, at least temporarily.

The new studies are again reporting great success. A UCLA study had 100% success in nine adolescents. The Mayo Clinic found 65% were better. At Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto, 14 who received shock spent 56% less time in the hospital than six who refused the treatment.

Ted Chabasinski, who as a 6-year-old foster child was shocked 20 times by Bender, says the research is unethical and should stop.

"It makes me sick to think children are having done to them what was done to me," says Chabasinski, a lawyer. "I’ve never met anyone other than myself who’s functional after being shocked as a child."

By Dennis Cauchon, USA TODAY

via More children undergo shock therapy (December 6, 1995 08:30 PM).