Strange things are happening in our world, and things seem to be getting more bizarre by the day. Here are six important stories unfolding right now that you need to be aware of.
(Original sources cited as appropriate.)
Ebola mutating and exploding; may reach 100,000 infections this year
Vespignani is not the only one trying to predict how the unprecedented outbreak will progress. Last week, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that the number of cases could ultimately exceed 20,000. And scientists across the world are scrambling to create computer models that accurately describe the spread of the deadly virus.
“If the epidemic in Liberia were to continue in this way until the 1st of December, the cumulative number of cases would exceed 100,000,” predicts Althaus.
Medical police state in the UK unfolds as parents arrested for seeking advanced brain tumor treatment for son
The medical police state is alive and well in the UK, where parents have now been arrested for removing their child from a UK hospital and seeking more advanced medical treatments.
From the Associated Press
Brett and Naghemeh King signaled Monday they would fight extradition, defying doctors and the legal system as a British court considers a ruling on forcing the family to come home… The Kings are seeking a new type of proton beam radiation therapy that typically costs at least $33,000… Ethicists say the case is unprecedented, and has raised questions of how much power authorities should have in interfering with the will of parents in questions of life and death.
Japan urging citizens to stockpile toilet paper in preparation for next catastrophe
A massive toilet paper lobby consisting of Japan’s top toilet paper manufacturers has managed to convince the government to call for widespread toilet paper stockpiling. Apparently, toilet paper is now being promoted as far more important than food, medicine or even potassium iodide pills:
From The Associated Press
The government and paper companies kicked off a “Let’s stockpile toilet paper!” campaign to mark Disaster Prevention Day, warning of a possible crisis because nearly half of the supply comes from one of Japan’s most earthquake-prone areas. …A family of four should be able to survive for a month on a six-roll pack, priced at 460 yen ($4.40) and with a five-year expiration date, said Satoshi Kurosaki, chairman of the Japan Household Paper Industry Association.
See this excellent video on CDC vaccine research fraud – outstanding narration by Melissa Melton and Aaron Dykes
I strongly recommend you listen to this video from Truth Stream Media with Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton.
What is relevant is this man and his team omitted data from the 2004 study CDC published in the journal Pediatrics that clearly showed a 340% increase in autism risk with MMR shots in little African American children. What were the risks to the rest of the kids and what else has that man and his colleagues defrauded the public ABOUT? This is the same guy who went on to coauthor a study on the safety of THIMEROSAL!
Can officials like Dr. Colleen Boyle, a co-author on this bunk study and director of the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD) at the CDC, be trusted when she tells Congress in sworn testimony that there is no connection between vaccines and autism?
Genetic modification of food and humanity is an “unfolding disaster”
From The Commonsense Show
More research and studies are published daily proving the extreme and detrimental health affects these organisms have on humanity with the long term ramifications still unrealized, yet their proliferation continues and accelerates… Scientist from across the planet are now sounding the alarm concerning the infiltration of GMOs into the wild, with some saying we are quickly approaching the point of no return were the damage will be irreversible.
Bill Gates pumping money into Cornell university to “buy” more GMO shills in academia
I’m really liking the news and editorials I’m seeing on TheLibertyBeacon.com, an up-and-coming truth media site.
From The Liberty Beacon
Now, in an effort to “depolarize” the GMO debate, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is making a multi-million dollar donation to one of America’s most prominent universities. The program, made possible through the Gates Foundation’s $5.6 million grant, reportedly seeks to help inform decision-makers an consumers through an online information hub as well as training programs, with the goal of educating on “how (agricultural technology, presumably GMOs) works,” as well as the “potential impacts” of agricultural technology.
There’s nothing quite like another multi-million-dollar grant to dictate the messages of academia, eh? This is also how quite a few “alternative” media organizations have sold out to GMOs. Once they receive grant money from Bill & Melinda Gates, they suddenly start spouting pro-GMO propaganda