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Cancer drugs make tumors more aggressive and deadly

by S. L. Baker Infowars.com January 19, 2012 When natural health advocates warn against mainstream medicine’s arsenal of weapons used to fight cancer, including chemotherapy and radiation, their concerns often revolve around how these therapies can weaken and damage a person’s body in numerous ways. But scientists are finding other reasons to question some of these therapies. It turns out that while chemotherapies may kill or shrink tumors in the short ...Read full article...

Polio Vaccine is First Cause of Polio Paralysis

Sayer Ji Activist Post January 18, 2012 The Polio Global Eradication Initiative (PGEI), founded in 1988 by the World Health Organization, Rotary International, UNICEF, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, holds up India as a prime example of its success at eradicating polio, stating on its website (Jan. 11 2012) that “India has made unprecedented progress against polio in the last two years and on 13 ...Read full article...

Human organ trafficking in Kosovo finds support in the West

by Vadim Trukhachev Pravda.ru January 17, 2012 Russia will investigate the facts of abuse of its citizens in Kosovo. Russian citizens fell victims to illegal human organ trafficking in Kosovo, and there is big politics involved in the story. The case is directly connected with accusations of illegal organ trafficking that have been set forth against Prime Minister of Albanian Kosovo, Hashim Thaci. It goes about the events which took ...Read full article...

Edible Chips will monitor Patients, and Doctors Love Them!

This new technology is hardly a meaningful advancement in modern medicine. Instead, it is another Big Brother-made tool out of a Hollywood film. by Steve Connor The Independent January 17, 2012 An edible microchip that records the precise details of a patient’s pill regime will be available in Britain by the end of year following a commercial deal that opens the door to an era of digital medicines. Click ...Read full article...

Fair Elections? Not if Corporations Control the Vote Count

Global Internet Voting Firm Buys U.S. Elections Results Reporting Firm by Bev Harris BlackBoxVoting.org January 17, 2012 In a major step towards global centralization of election processes, the world’s dominant Internet voting company has purchased the USA’s dominant election results reporting company. When you view your local or state election results on the Internet, on portals which often appear to be owned by the county elections division, in over 525 US jurisdictions you are ...Read full article...

Western Imperialism and the Unspoken Tyranny of Colonization

by Dr. Mahboob Khawaja Global Research January 17, 2012 Arnold Toynbee (A Study of History) clarified the European paradoxes of history that when political, moral and intellectual values come close to stagnation, “warriors become dreamers” to overrun the world.  European colonization of the racially inferior herds was a planned scheme of things not an accidental history – an obsessive political belief that Europeans were superior in their intellect, ethnicity, ...Read full article...

Laughable: Doctors Have no Clue why Thyroid Cancer is on the Rise

Thyroid cancer, which affects about 11 people per 100,000 each year, seems to be on the rise. It’s a trend that baffles medical researchers. by Shari Rudavsky Indianapolis Star January 16, 2012 National Cancer Institute statistics suggest that in recent years the number of cases of this often curable cancer has increased by about 6.5%. Over a decade, that has added up to make thyroid cancer the fastest-increasing cancer, ...Read full article...

Scientists Expose Fraudulent Global Vaccination Policies

by Rosemarie Mathis President SANE VAX January 14, 2012 On January 12, 2011 the Annals of Medicine published a ground-breaking peer-reviewed paper titled, Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine policy and evidence-based medicine: Are they at odds?, 1written by renowned researchers Lucija Tomljenovic, Ph.D.,and Christopher Shaw, Ph.D., with the Neural Dynamics research Group, University of British Columbia, in Vancouver. 2. The article points out to the medical community what most consumers ...Read full article...