I’m sorry, I’m fresh out of gullibility. I need more vaccines. Or they need to improve their PR.
Vaccinationcouncil.org used to be a legitimate site but apparently they let their domain expire two years ago and now the termites have moved in.
Why You Need to Trust the World Vaccine Organization – The anti-vaccine movement is one kind of movement that is totally against the vaccination of people. The main reason is because they think that some of those vaccines have the ingredients that might degrade the body function of the people who are vaccinated. This is not a wrong opinion considering the fact that those movements do not really understand the ingredients and the containments inside those vaccines. However, if you are one of those people who are against the vaccination, you will need to know these things below. These things are the reasons why you have to trust the vaccines from the world vaccine organization. Here are some of them.
The first reason is that they have been doing this kind of thing for many years. It is quite okay to kick the amateurs off the list. That is something that many people do in many different situations. However, can you really do that with the word vaccine organization that has made a lot of vaccines for many years? That is one question that you have to answer on your own. If you think that those vaccines are not good enough, then how come this organization stays on the line for many years until this very time? Do you have the answers for that?
The second reason is because they are trying their best to make a lot of new vaccines to deal with many new kinds of disease that you might have never heard about. If you think that this organization is just making some vaccines to help you with the common disease, you are wrong. If there is a virus outbreak in some places in this world, they will try their best to make the proper vaccine to help those people who are in need. You can consider the Ebola case some years ago as the example.
The last reason is because speedbet77 is an organization that provides funding to make anti-vaccine. This is something you should highlight because the sbobet members of the anti-vaccine movement say that there are some ingredients in vaccines that should not be consumed by the public. This is one of the wrong opinions. That’s because they already use the best ingredients with the right calculation. You won’t die or get sick just by eating orange seeds. That’s why you don’t need to worry about that at all.
In light of the recent coronavirus outbreak, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) urges the public to thoroughly and frequently wash their hands with soap and water, highlighting the fact that proper hand hygiene is a tried and tested practice of preventing the spread of infection. However, what you might not know is that among all types of healthcare providers, physicians are the least likely to wash their hands while caring for their patients.
This is a complete step back from what Hungarian physician Ignaz Semmelweis first observed back in 1846. Semmelweis analyzed two maternity wards in a hospital where he worked and discovered that death rates saw a significant drop when physicians, who were working with cadavers or assisting in births, washed their hands regularly.  Unfortunately, doctors at the time did not take the findings kindly, angry for being blamed for the deaths of their patients.
Even today, it can still be difficult to convince some healthcare professionals to regularly wash their hands in between patient interactions. According to a study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, only about 57 percent of 163 doctors washed their hands between patients. Lead researcher Didier Pittet observed that doctors with busy workloads were even less likely to wash their hands. However, if they thought that they were being observed, the doctors were more likely to follow proper hand hygiene.
Another study, presented at the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology conference, attributed hand hygiene habits to the Hawthorne effect. The researchers found that hygiene compliance differed significantly depending on whether or not the health professionals knew they were being evaluated.
Hand-washing for healthcare practitioners is important to avoid the spread of healthcare-associated infections (HAI) that is commonly linked to poor hand hygiene. Microbes that can spread by hand contact include Staphylococcus aureus (including MRSA), Streptococcus pyogenes (Group A Strep), vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE), Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Pseudomonas, Clostridium difficile, Candida, Rotavirus, Adenovirus, Hepatitis A virus and Norovirus.
There are a couple of glaring omissions in this article, which could have been far more instructive to the reader. The other OB ward wasn’t staffed by doctors at all, but by MIDWIVES. Utilizing ancient human wisdom passed down through generations by caring professionals, including the commonsensical wisdom of observing hygiene and cleanliness around vulnerable people, something they still don’t teach in medical school, apparently. The other omission is that Semmelweis was kicked out of medicine when he refused to shut up, and was imprisoned and MURDERED in a psychiatric ward by “medical scientists”. This is the culture you’re exposing your children to when you go in for a “wellness visit”. Why would you take your well child to a temple of sickness and satanic rituals like circumcision and injections of aborted fetal cells and aluminum?
In our ongoing attempts to glean some objective insight into what is actually happening “on the ground” in the notoriously opaque China, whose economy has been hammered by the Coronavirus epidemic, last week we showed several “alternative” economic indicators such as real-time measurements of air pollution (a proxy for industrial output), daily coal consumption (a proxy for electricity usage and manufacturing) and traffic congestion levels (a proxy for commerce and mobility), before concluding that China’s economy appears to have ground to a halt. These observations were subsequently reaffirmed when we showed that steel demand, property sales, and passenger traffic had all failed to rebound from the “dead zone” hit during China’s Lunar New Year hibernation.
Meanwhile, as every investor scrambles for clues to find the upward inflection point in China’s economic output which would at least partially validated the unbridled euphoria in the stock – and, ironically, the bond market – we have some unpleasant news: more than one week after our initial report on “alternative” high-frequency (read daily) indicators in China’s economy, any tangible improvement in China’s economy has yet to be observed….
Look to the hand in the puppet. The communists (or fascists or whatever you want to call them) are still largely based on wall street and the city of london. China is just a metastatic tendril of the cancer.
“On April 20, 2010, a fiery explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig had killed 11 workers and injured 17. One mile underwater, the Macondo well had blown apart, unleashing a gusher of oil into the gulf,” Grist reported.
For 87 days, the leak was unstoppable.
“The damaged Macondo wellhead, located around 5,000 feet beneath the ocean’s surface, leaked an estimated 3.19 million barrels (over 130 million gallons) of oil into the Gulf of Mexico — making the spill the largest accidental ocean spill in history,” according to Grist journalist Mark Hertsgaard, in an article written three years after the accident.
“At risk were fishing areas that supplied one-third of the seafood consumed in the U.S., beaches from Texas to Florida that drew billions of dollars’ worth of tourism to local economies, and Obama’s chances of reelection.”
In revisiting the terrible accident, which produced lasting environmental contamination, it’s important to examine the Obama administration’s “pragmatic” decisions that caused, allowed to proceed, and ultimately failed to remediate the disaster by:
Allowing the driller, BP, to cut corners, and to self-regulate
Ignoring well-known corruption within the federal agency charged with oversight
Dismissing concerns posed by its own scientists
Bypassing authentic remediation and instead pouring 1.84 million gallons of a chemical product called Corexit into the Gulf of Mexico without regard for environmental or health consequences.
This was done, ostensibly, to clean up the contamination. The reality is that Corexit did not clean up the over 92,000 miles of spilled oil. Instead, it visually covered up the extent of the damage done by the fossil fuel industry. Protecting the industry’s image superseded the environmentally sound response to the worst environmental disaster in the U.S.
Unsound Environmental Decisions
Ten years later, it’s easier to recognize that such decisions, which elected officials at the time viewed as pragmatic, can produce major, ongoing negative ramifications when the superficial solution fails to address the problem.
Revisiting the now decade-long evolution of the disaster and the cover-up, a recent article in Common Dreams reports on a study published in Science, which reveals that “a significant amount of oil was never picked up in satellite images or captured by barriers that were meant to stop the spread.”
One of the study’s authors notes that “[o]ur results change established perceptions about the consequences of oil spills by showing that toxic and invisible oil can extend beyond the satellite footprint at potentially lethal and sub-lethal concentrations to a wide range of wildlife in the Gulf of Mexico,” with “invisible oil” reaching an area 30% larger than the 92,500 square miles experts identified at the time.
Public officials may exonerate themselves for a bad decision by claiming that the terrible outcome could only be known with 20/20 hindsight. But in this case, that’s not true.
As a health reporter back in 2010, I always read labels, because products sometimes contain understudied toxic ingredients, which are mistakenly regarded by the general public as harmless when diluted or dispersed — a claim made then and now by industry and its media spokespeople, and ignorantly codified even by journalists well-versed in other areas but overly zealous in a unilateral defense of science. I therefore researched Corexit, which, as I reported back then in HuffPost, is a dispersant that its producer, a company called NALCO, claimed on its website was “safer than dish soap.”
My specific concerns were, first, that the use of the product would spread the oil throughout the waters of the gulf, making it harder to pick up and remove the spilled oil. Because Corexit was known as a dispersant, I could not understand why the government chose to use it.
According to the Center for Biological Diversity, “Dispersants are chemicals that are sprayed on a surface oil slick to break down the oil into smaller droplets that more readily mix with the water. Dispersants do not reduce the amount of oil entering the environment, but push the effects of the spill underwater.”
I also was concerned about the biological hazards of exposure to Corexit’s proprietary and undisclosed ingredients. The claim that Corexit was safer than dish soap did not account for possible health impacts of ingredients in soap, when used at such scale in combination with the already toxic oil. It turned out that this concern was shared by scientists.
A study published in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Pollution found that crude oil becomes 52 times more toxic when combined with Corexit.
Government scientists also found that the combination of Corexit and crude oil “caused terrible damage to gulf wildlife and ecosystems, including an unprecedented number of seafood mutations; declines of up to 80 percent in seafood catch; and massive die-offs of the microscopic life-forms at the base of the marine food chain.”
The Government Accountability Project noted that “as a result of Corexit’s perceived success, Corexit … has become the dispersant of choice in the U.S. to ‘clean up’ oil spills.” …
I note the referenced study hardly mentioned the reason why the oil became invisible to satellites and cleanup crews. The corruption of academia parallels that of government, media, medicine and the rest of the establishment. Not a surprise. That’s how regimes (as opposed to democratic republics) operate. A vast echo chamber. That’s why we rilly rilly need to take the power to create currency out of the hands of bankers. http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2017/03/censored-ben-franklin-on-the-real-cause-of-the-american-revolution/
In any case it seems many people are still in denial about obama the trojan horse intelligence asset. The gulf catastrophe was not an accident. The actions which led to the blowout were done over the objections of senior workers at the site and established safety guidelines. Furthermore, many countries offered to help with the cleanup by donating very effective oil sweeper ships which skim oil from the surface, a strategy which was precluded by the subsequent corexit catastrophe, which was also excoriated by real environmental activists (i.e. not the global warming crowd) AT THE TIME.
But why? Was it caused by incompetence and corruption, or disaster capitalism?
Let me put this in a larger context by asking who could benefit from the poisoning of the single most abundant source of seafood in the american diet?
It should go without saying that the perpetual deployment and scattering of the US military to distant unwinnable whack-a-mole operations plays right into this agenda. This is a full-spectrum take down on every level: economic, medical, military, media, “entertainment” and education. It’s not just the land that they’re after. They want to dismantle western culture itself, to facilitate centralized elite rule. The middle class must be eliminated.
Given the locked down state of the genocidal media and much of the puppet government, is it such a stretch to think that insiders who are determined to break through the information blockade might resort to such tactics as Q?