Gates Foundation Funded “Fact-Checker” (POLITIFACT) Censors GreenMedInfo on Facebook for Reposting Accurate Vaccine Meme

Vaccines Not Tested

A worthy read. I found it particularly telling how few surveys (4) the committee reviewed that found no link between vaccines and autism when there are many studies which have found that link. Even the CDC themselves conducted a study that found a link. Of course the CDC suppressed it and it took a whistleblower to expose that fact.

All Lies About Global Warming DEBUNKED in One Article

Everything you’ve been told about global warming, climate change and carbon dioxide by the mainstream media — and mainstream “science” — is an outright lie. Far from being a dangerous poison, carbon dioxide is a miraculous life-giving nutrient that plants need to thrive.

IMHO it is FAR more important to address the non-CO2 toxic pollution from coal and petrol, the oil spills, the radiation leaks, the toxic pesticides, the deadly medical “treatments” like vaccines and chemotherapy and radiotherapy and to address our destructive impact on biodiversity than it is to swallow the “global warming” or “climate change” lies and propaganda.

The Right To Protect

The Right To Protect

This is what the gun confiscation lobby miss. That you have an inaliable right to your own defence. Taking guns away fropm good people is insanity. It just makes potential victims of them. Bad guys will always find a way to get weapons. The only thing that stops a bad guy with a weapon is a good guy with a weapon.

Nuclear “coffin” may be leaking radioactive material into Pacific Ocean, U.N. chief says

Nuclear Coffin

Man, in his current state, cannot be trusted with nuclear power let alone nuclear weapons!

U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres raised concerns Thursday that a concrete dome built last century to contain waste from atomic-bomb tests is leaking radioactive material into the Pacific. Speaking to students in Fiji, Guterres described the structure on Enewetak atoll in the Marshall Islands as “a kind of coffin” and said it was a legacy of Cold War-era nuclear tests in the Pacific.

“The Pacific was victimized in the past as we all know,” he said, referring to nuclear explosions carried out by the United States and France in the region. In the Marshalls, numerous islanders were forcibly evacuated from ancestral lands and resettled, while thousands more were exposed to radioactive fallout.

The island nation was ground zero for 67 American nuclear weapons tests from 1946-58 at Bikini and Enewetak atolls, when it was under U.S. administration. The tests included the 1954 “Bravo” hydrogen bomb, the most powerful ever detonated by the United States, about 1,000 times bigger than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.

Guterres said Pacific islanders still needed help to deal with the fallout of the nuclear testing. “The consequences of these have been quite dramatic, in relation to health, in relation to the poisoning of waters in some areas,” he said.

“I’ve just been with the president of the Marshall Islands (Hilda Heine), who is very worried because there is a risk of leaking of radioactive materials that are contained in a kind of coffin in the area,” he said. The “coffin” is a concrete dome, built in the late 1970s on Runit island, part of Enewetak atoll, as a dumping ground for waste from the nuclear tests.

Radioactive soil and ash from the explosions was tipped into a crater and capped with a concrete dome 18 inches thick. However, it was only envisaged as a temporary fix and the bottom of the crater was never lined, leading to fears the waste is leaching into the Pacific.

Cracks have also developed in the concrete after decades of exposure and there are concerns it could break apart if hit by a tropical cyclone. Guterres did not directly address what should be done with the dome but said the Pacific’s nuclear history still needed to be addressed.

“A lot needs to be done in relation to the explosions that took place in French Polynesia and the Marshall Islands,” he said. “This is in relation to the health consequences, the impact on communities and other aspects.

“Of course there are questions of compensation and mechanisms to allow these impacts to be minimized.”