Bill Gates is the world’s largest vaccine producer and the single largest donor to the World Health Organization (WHO)—since President Trump halted U.S. support pending an investigation of WHO’s handling of the COVID-19 crisis—and the CDC Foundation. Those agencies are now marketing arms for his vaccine empire.
In January of 2019, Gates had WHO declare “vaccine hesitancy” a top “global health threat” (with Ebola, HIV, war, and drug-resistant pathogens among others), signaling a worldwide Pharma Gold Rush to mandate vaccines to all people.
Gates maxed-out in donations to Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff’s PAC.
In February of 2019, Schiff wrote to Facebook, Google, and Amazon, demanding they censor “vaccine misinformation,” a term meaning all skepticism toward government and industry pronouncements about vaccine safety or efficacy—whether true or not.
“Vaccines are both effective and safe,” Schiff wrote. “There is no evidence to suggest that vaccines cause life-threatening or disabling disease.”
This was misinformation. A year earlier, Schiff pushed a bill to hike the Vaccine Court admin budget to $11,200,000 to reduce vaccine injury backlogs. The court had already paid out $4 billion for vaccine deaths and disabilities.
Facebook and Google hired “FactChecker” (Politifact) to censor vaccine misinformation.
The Gates Foundation is “FactChecker’s” largest funder.
In his article, “Facebook “Fact-Checker” Misinforms Users about Vaccine Safety” investigative journalist Jeremy Hammond concludes, “Facebook is guilty of misinforming its users about vaccine safety … They have no problem with lies about vaccine safety and effectiveness, as long as it’s intended to persuade parents to vaccinate their children.”
On May 4, 2017, FactChecker declared false Del Bigtree’s statement, “Vaccines include aluminum and mercury, which are neurotoxins, and vaccines cause encephalopathy.”
FactChecker explained, “Current data show vaccines are safe and do not cause toxicity or encephalopathy.”
As figures emerge about the disproportionate toll that COVID-19 is taking on people of colour in the United States, scientists are suggesting measures to help mitigate the inequalities.
They say that better data are needed on the incidence of the disease, that testing needs to be ramped up and that hospitals serving people at-risk need to better prepare. Researchers and some US lawmakers are now calling for a national commission devoted to identifying racial disparities in health that would act as a unified voice in trying to overcome them.
A major change to U.S. regulation of biotech will exempt some gene-edited plants from government oversight. The new policy, published in the Federal Register today, also calls for automatic approval of variations of established kinds of genetically modified (GM) crops, easing their path to market.
Industry groups are welcoming the new rule, whereas opponents are decrying the reduction of government oversight.
“The main good thing is that it will allow certain aspects of gene editing to move forward,” says Kent Bradford, a plant geneticist at the University of California, Davis. If researchers use gene editing to design a plant that could have been bred conventionally, the new plant will be exempt from regulation. But anything else—such as moving a gene between species or rewiring metabolism—will still require a regulatory review.
The gist of the shift is that the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA’s) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) will now focus on new traits themselves rather than the technology used to create them, a change of approach that plant scientists have long wanted. Several reviews by the National Academy of Sciences have concluded that the risk that GM plants will become weeds is generally low, and that molecular tools typically don’t pose new risks compared with traditional plant breeding techniques.
The change to the USDA regulations began during the Obama administration. The Trump administration released draft rules in January 2017, then withdrew them 9 months later. (In its new rule, USDA says it received comments that the previous version would be “too burdensome and had the potential to stifle innovation.”) Last summer, USDA released a revised rule for public comment, which it has now finalized….
Where is the “science” from, which is leading this social conditioning?
There are countless sociological and psychological studies on the importance of social interaction in child development
This is tantamount to child abusehttps://t.co/au7pn41c6g
— Albert Trigg (@alberttrigg) May 18, 2020
Prison yard or playground? Primary school reveals social distancing plan with children as young as four playing in hula-hoop ‘bubbles’, time slots for toilet breaks and NO help from teachers if they fall or wet themselves’
A primary school has sparked fury among parents after it revealed its social distancing plan, which would see children as young as four playing in hula-hoop ‘bubbles’, pupils being given set times to go to the toilet and students being told to clean up their own cuts if they fall over.
Holywell Village First School in Northumberland, has come under fire over the plans, which they have suggested will be put into place when pupils return to the classroom on June 1.
In a now-deleted post on the school’s Facebook page, seen by Metro, the school said pupils will be assigned ‘play bubbles’ where they will have to stay when they go outside to the playground.
The instructions were accompanied by a picture to show how it would work if they reopen as expected on June 1 – with hula hoops placed in rows across the ground marked with an x in the middle.
A primary school has advised that children would have to stay inside a hoop on the playground and clean their own cuts if they fall over when classrooms reopen. Holywell Village First School in Northumberland, has come under fire over its plans for social distancing when pupils return to the classroom on June 1
Pictures revealed desks inside Holywell Village First School in Northumberland spaced two metres apart
The post also said children will be given specific time slots for going to the bathroom ‘and will not be allowed to leave the classroom outside of their allocated toilet times’.
Parents also raised concern about children having to ‘do their own first aid’ if they scrape themselves.
The post read: ‘If they fall over or have a toileting accident they will be encouraged to change themselves and clean their scrape or cut.
‘We have sourced PPE (following the COVID 19 guidance for Educational Settings) which is for use only for staff protection should a child vomit, not for trips, falls or scrapes.
‘If it is not possible for the child to clean themselves in the event of an accident, the parent will be called to collect them so they can do that at home.’ …
… “I had been hearing all about the Vitamin D deficiency and the side effects, so I got tested I would say maybe two years ago, and I was just told it was deficient,” said Ninfa Perez, Hispanic Patient.
Perez had a low level, but this wasn’t surprising to Dr. Roberto Mangoo-Karim who’s been a kidney doctor for the last 16 years. In fact, by just hearing her name, Mangoo could have probably guessed where her Vitamin D level would be.
“When patients came to see us and they had a last name that was European decent, Caucasian, Williams, Smith and Jones. The Vitamin D level tended to be either normal or slightly low. When we started seeing the Hispanic population, which is highly prevalent in the Valley, then the Vitamin D level was significantly lower than those with Caucasian decent,” said Dr. Roberto Mangoo-Karim, Nephrology.
After putting together a study, Dr. Mangoo showed that 90 percent of Hispanics were Vitamin D deficient compared to 50 percent of Caucasians. This made Mangoo realize Vitamin D levels may be a genetic issue.
On average, a person’s Vitamin D level should be right around 30 to 100. In this study, the Caucasian population was found to have levels on average of 27. The Hispanic population was much lower, they were coming in on average at 18.
At first thought, the conclusion seemed to be people with darker skin were more Vitamin D deficient. But that actually is not the case, because when given a Vitamin D supplement to offset the deficiency each ethnic group reacted differently.
“So Vitamin D deficiency is genetically passed to us through our genes in Hispanics, and is more and more relevant, than those who are Caucasian,” said Dr. Mangoo. …
Two confounding factors here are body mass index and diet induced microbiome abnormalities. Are relatively recent hispanic immigrants who are chasing what remains of the “american dream” more gullible about the quality of american GMO and pesticide-laden food? Do they tend to be overweight? BMI affects D requirements and the microbiome affects D supplement absorption. Just a thought. Of course skin color is probably the main determinant.
- The National Institutes of Health have in recent years funded dangerous gain-of-function research on bat coronaviruses at the biosafety level 4 (BSL4) laboratory in Wuhan, China
- Gain of function research refers to research in which pathogenicity or transmissibility of pathogens is enhanced to make a pathogen more dangerous to humans
- To gain entry into a cell, the virus must first bind to an ACE2 or CD147 receptor. Next, the S2 spike protein subunit must be proteolytically cleaved. Without this protein cleavage, the virus would be unable to enter
- There are several enzymes that cleave spike proteins, including plasmin, which also degrades fibrin. When a blood clot is dissolved, a byproduct called D-dimer is created, and many patients with serious COVID-19 infection have elevated D-dimer, which is indicative of blood clots
- Another protein cleaver is furin, and the presence of a furin cleavage site on SARS-CoV-2 is “the smoking gun” that proves SARS-CoV-2 was lab-created
The media spent all night in a frothing fit because President Trump told reporters that he is taking the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, as a precaution against coronavirus.
Trump told reporter that he hopes not to be taking the medication for long, but that he believes it’s effective, and that “people should be allowed to.” …
The media immediately called Trump irresponsible, with some vowing that the drug would “kill him” and anyone else who takes it.
Nancy Pelosi seized on the moment to call Trump “morbidly obese” …
Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer called Trump’s remarks about hydroxychloroquine “dangerous.”
“Maybe he’s really not taking it because the president lies about things characteristically,” Schumer said on MSNBC.
He added: “I don’t know whether he is taking it or not. I know him saying he is taking it, whether he is or not, is reckless, reckless, reckless.”…
Tweets and videos on the site. You really get an idea of how bloodthirsty the puppeteers are when you see them attempting to murder broad segments of the public with bad advice. Trump actually saved lives by going public with this. But apparently that’s not consistent with the agenda.
Robert F Kennedy Jr talks vaccines, Dr Fauci, family history and JFk assassination with Patrick Bet-David .Site for Childrens Health Defense https://bit.ly/2St8XDX Follow him on Instagram: @robertfkennedyjr https://bit.ly/2YpVBw3
About the Guest: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s reputation as a resolute defender of the environment stems from a litany of successful legal actions. Mr. Kennedy was named one of Time magazine’s “Heroes for the Planet” for his success helping Riverkeeper lead the fight to restore the Hudson River. The group’s achievement helped spawn 300 Waterkeeper organizations across the globe.