The vaccination war has begun

The recent story concerning kids at Disneyland who contracted measles is confirmation that we are now in the midst of a global war between two opposing camps. One one side we have the WHO, the CDC, the AMA, the entire allopathic medical industry, the Gates Foundation, most governmental health ministries, the brainwashed masses  and of course the corporate media. On the other side, we have freedom loving individuals who have educated themselves about vaccines and who dare to claim ownership over their own bodies.

The Disneyland story can only be viewed within this larger context of the war to determine whether we, as sovereign individuals,have the right to  determine what we put into our bodies and whether governments can violate that right in the name of ‘public safety and welfare.’ If you care to see just how confused the average person is over this simple issue, simply ask him, “Do you own your body?” Just a simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’  answer will suffice. Watch how many people struggle over this and stumble through an answer. If they don’t  respond with a resounding “Hell yes!” then you know you are talking to a someone who has been conditioned to a hitherto unimaginable extent.

The anti-vaccintion campaign- I would not yet call it a movement- is making strides. Through the internet,  more and more people are becoming educated on the issue. They are reading the reports on links to autism and a host of other diseases, including AIDS. They are reading what’s actually in the vaccines. They are reading reports of deaths and crippling permanent injuries.  And slowly but steadily, people are fighting back. They are refusing vaccinations for themselves and for their children.

But TPTB (the powers that be) are fighting back, just as we knew they would. This ridiculous non-story about kids and measles in Disneyland is only the beginning. Expect to see many, many more such stories in the months and years ahead. We will see a non-stop campaign of fear mongering, disinformation, lies, obfuscation, and deceit. H1N1. Avian flu, swine flu, measles, polio, ebola……the list is endless. And they will add a new disease every year. The new ‘disease’ will be hyped in the corporate press, the fear mongering will go into overdrive, actors will be hired (check out the crisis actors who supposedly had ‘ebola’ in Africa)  and finally the solution will be rolled out in the form of- you got it- a vaccine.

Anybody with a lick of common sense could see right through the silly Disneyland story. Even before any facts had been uncovered, such as how many of those kids had been vaccinated with the MMR vaccine, journalists and the gullible public were screaming hysterically. Predictably, and on-cue, many were quoted as saying, “It’s the fault of parents who didn’t vaccinate their children!”  Never mind that measles is a benign disease which hardly ever kills anyone. Never mind that all of our grandparents had it and got through it just fine. Never mind that just a couple generations ago, parents would purposely have their kids contract measles by placing them near a child who had it, thereby gaining immunity.  Fear, emotion, and knee-jerk reactions have replaced reason, analysis, and facts.

 

 

 

 

Shooting down the ‘Fear the Sun’ psy-op

Of all the sinister psy-ops inflicted on the hapless and ignorant masses over the last century, one of the most evil is ‘the sun causes cancer’ campaign. The ability of the NWO minions to get the population to believe almost anything is truly breathtaking.  Our sun, the giver and sustainer of all life on this planet, the source of most ancient religions, the bringer of warmth and light , has been deftly turned into something to be feared and avoided. How remarkable is that?

People have now been trained to robotically repeat catch phrases like ‘UV radiation’,  ‘SPF 15’, ‘increased risk of skin cancer’ and so on. Go to any  popular beach on a sunny summer day and witness thousands of sheeple dutifully slathering themselves head to toe in gooey layers of toxic chemicals, popularly known as ‘sunscreen.’ These lotions, produced by mega transnationals and endorsed by organizations such as the CDC and the AMA, are sold by the tens of millions. The sunbathers  pat themselves on the back for doing the right thing and taking proper precautions.

Mmmm, jar o’ chemicals:

 

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Interestingly, I currently live in a country where this fear and loathing of the sun has been taken to extremes.  Many Asian cultures, including Viet Nam, have a complicated relationship to the sun and tanned or dark skin. Historically, because the poor classes and farmers had to work outdoors, dark skin became associated with poverty and ignorance. Conversely, light skin was associated with the upper classes, wealth, and a life of leisure. To this day, many Vietnamese, especially women, will go to great lengths to keep their skin as white and pale as possible. They avoid the sun at all costs and sometimes even try to augment their whiteness with creams, lotions or even surgery. Watching Vietnamese women covering themselves from head to toe when venturing outside on a motorbike is an experience. Most of the women I know here laugh good naturedly when I tease them about this and reply, “I know. We look like ninjas, right?”

 

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Actually, they look more like a technician wearing a hazardous material (Hazmat) suit venturing into nuclear waste site. Even when it is 40 degrees celsius outside, the women wear gloves, thick socks, thick sweaters, hoods, and face masks to make sure that not even one square centimeter of their body is exposed to the sun. When queried, they reply with a series of responses both cultural and pseudo-scientific:  “Sun is not good for you!  UV radiation is dangerous! I don’t want my skin to be black!”

When I tell my students that sunlight is actually good for you, they look at me with extreme skepticism, and sometimes downright hostility, as if I am trying to pull a fast one on them. Even when I show studies detailing the importance of vitamin D, and its crucial role in preventing a wide variety of diseases, they are not convinced.

 

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The fact is, mainstream science has not produced any convincing evidence linking sunlight exposure to skin cancer. What they have managed to do produce is a massive fear campaign, coupled with disinformation and bad science. Hundreds of millions of people are now crippling themselves with a double whammy: reducing their intake of crucial vitamin D and absorbing carcinogenic toxic chemicals contained in the sunscreens. Chemicals produced in some factory are never good for humans, in any form, whether inhaled, injected, swallowed, drunk or rubbed onto the skin.

 

Sunlight does not cause skin cancer

 

 

 

It’s the chemtrails, stupid

Back in 2008,  I moved from rural Northern California to Portland, Oregon. A month after arriving, I suddenly became quite ill with a ferocious hacking cough which wouldn’t relent even for a minute. I had never coughed like that in my entire life. I couldn’t manage to clear my throat or take anything to soothe it, even temporarily.  In desperation, I walked a few blocks to the nearest hospital and checked myself into the emergency room. The kindly physician informed me that I had ‘walking pneumonia,’ likely caused by the recent spell of cold and damp weather. He gave me medicine and inhalers to provide symptomatic relief. It took nearly a month to completely clear myself of symptoms.

A year later, I moved up north to Seattle. During the two years that I lived there, I continually experienced a variety of unusual symptoms which I had never had  before, including burning, watery  eyes, constant thick yellow mucus- often tinged with blood- and irritability. The obvious culprits-allergies caused by pollens, dust etc. and smog related pollution- didn’t seem to fit the bill.

Now I live in a large city in Southeast Asia. I recently got over a persistent and relentless cough which lasted for a month. When I described my symptoms to colleagues, many of them informed me that they were experiencing the exact same thing. I heard comments such as, “It’s the damnedest thing. I can’t figure it out.” And “I’ve never had anything like this before.”

I believe there is a common link to these stories. I don’t think I had walking pneumonia in Portland, allergic reactions in Seattle or acute sensitivity to smog and motorbike exhaust here in Viet Nam. I think in all three cases that I was suffering from acute poisoning from chemtrail residue. All three of the cities where I have recently lived have been heavily sprayed with chemtrails , often on a daily basis. In Portland and Seattle, the spraying would typically  start in the late morning and reach a crescendo in the late afternoon when I experienced my symptoms.

A story recently posted on ZenGardner’s website goes into some detail the theory of Dr. Leonard  Horowitz who states that the American population is being deliberately poisoned and made sick by elements within the U.S. government. The article is well worth reading.

Dr. Horowitz says that the large numbers of people being admitted to hospital emergency rooms with upper respiratory infections do not have a ‘mystery flu’ or walking pneumonia. Doctors are misdiagnosing these people. What’s really happening is a massive campaign of poisoning from the upper atmosphere. Planes are spraying the populations, like insects, with ethylene dibromide, which is mixed into the jet fuel. This causes a general immune suppression in the population. The weakened populace are then susceptible to opportunistic infections, such as micoplasmas which have been patented by the U.S. military and its biological warfare division.

The theory made sound like a wild conspiracy to the uninitiated, but after you’ve studied the modus operandi of the moneyed elites and the occultists who run this world, it sounds perfectly plausible. Chemtrailed skies are now a daily occurrence, both here and in most countries of the world. It is the ‘new normal’ and few even bother to comment on it anymore. Humanity has seen the last of pristine blue skies and we have not even bothered to mourn.

The sheeple may not bother to look up or to care what is happening over their heads, but these respiratory infections will only increase in number.  The medical establishment will find it increasingly difficult to continue diagnosing everybody with the ‘flu.’

 

 

The timeless struggle of the individual versus the collective

Is it possible to speak of individualism these days without laughing?  The concept of the individual and his inherent rights and worth has occupied many of the greatest thinkers and philosophers throughout recorded history.  Aristotle discussed the topic 2,500 years ago and it has reappeared in irregular intervals and in widely varying places and circumstances since then.

These days, the banner of individualism has mostly been taken up by libertarians and anarchists in the West. Sadly, today, we have no philosophers who stand proudly on the shoulders of Paine, Jefferson, Emerson, and Thoreau and enunciate the core principles of individualism to a modern audience. John Zerzan from Eugene, Oregon writes from an anarchistic and individualist perspective, but his books are too dense and academic for most readers in this day.  G. Edward Griffin is an excellent researcher and his talks on the origins on collectivism are edifying, though he has little to say about individualism per se.

Although the West is the birthplace of individualism and has seen dozens of brilliant thinkers espouse on its merits for the last 2,000 years, it has never gained a firm toehold. Collectivism and its modern manifestations-communism and socialism- always gains sway and brushes aside the fractured and disorganized individualist movement. Indeed, individualism’s greatest strength is also its greatest weakness. People who believe in and live the principles of self-rule and self-reliance seldom want to band together with large numbers of others and hence are easily picked off and isolated by institutions such as the state.

 

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In the East, the various Asian cultures have never produced the rich legacy of individualist thought that the West has. Confucian values remain firmly rooted, with their emphasis on family and tradition. The importance of filial piety, culture, and group identity are constantly reinforced, both overtly and covertly. The individual, as such, has little to no meaning in Asian cultures. In Viet Nam, one of their more popular idioms is ‘the nail that sticks out gets hammered down.’

Whether we are speaking of East or West, another factor to consider is that humans are by nature tribal creatures and we desperately want to belong to groups, to ‘fit in.’  That group can be as small as a gang or fraternity or as big as a country. Hence, the popularity of ‘nationalism’ and its extreme manifestation- jingoism. This longing and insecurity has been deftly manipulated by political elites for thousands of years.Individualist thinkers and activists, whether wearing the label of ‘left’ (anarchist) or ‘right’  (libertarian) have been hounded, persecuted, ridiculed, ignored, and sometimes murdered for their beliefs.

‘Group think’ is not a modern phenomenon. It has been a part of human society since, well, forever. Cultures, societies, nations, governments and corporations don’t want individuals. They want sheep. The want predictability, conformity, and efficiency. They want obedience. And most of the time, humans are all to willing to oblige.

As an exercise in awareness, I often try to do the opposite of what is expected of me, whether ordering food in a restaurant, walking across the street, talking to a stranger or sitting in the dentist chair. Acting outside of the norm of acceptable  and expected behaviors always produces uncomfortable effects on people. Many people become physically agitated when you don’t do what they expect. You are not playing by the rules. Acting as a thinking individual just doesn’t cut it in society. ‘Why are you throwing a wrench in the machine? Why don’t you just go along to get along? Stop making things hard on yourself and others…..’

Individualism as an ideology and practice will never penetrate deeply into human societies. It will always remain on the fringe, as an enticing and enlightening idea, an inspiration for a brave few to try to live authentically, as Thoreau encouraged us to do 150 years ago.