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Tuesday, December 12, 2017


Dennis Rodman, the ex-basketball player could probably the most respected man in America by Kim Jong-Un

On December 11, 2017, Daily Express, one of United Kingdom newspapers writes "Dennis Rodman will visit North Korea again to 'unite Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un'." We weren't surprised at all.

According to the paper, US BASKETBALL legend Dennis Rodman will visit North Korea after arriving in Beijing amid fears over nuclear armageddon, it can be revealed.

Despite not revealing the reason for his visit to China, Mr. Rodman said: “There is a possibility of visiting North Korea soon after Beijing," the paper said.

It will be recalled that on June 24, 2017, we published KIM JONG-UN WILL LISTEN TO THE VOICE OF RODMAN THAN ANY AMERICAN LEADER

The US government could have reached a solution and build a friendly relationship with Kim Jong Un, through Dennis Rodman, but many times black people are underestimated, thus; Mr. Rodman was ignored.

It’s clear that Kim Jong Un has respect for Dennis Rodman more than any American leader. His love for black people has no boundary. He was the first world leader to expose the US government for testing Ebola virus on African grounds.

During an interview ‘On Good Morning Britain today’ Piers Morgan wasn’t happy when he questioned Dennis Rodman, the ex-American basketball player about his friendship with the North Korea leader.

Morgan asked Rodman what he does when he visits North Korea and if he believes Kim is really a threat. 

"We laugh, we sing karaoke, we do a lot of cool things together, we ride horses, we hang out, we go skiing," Dennis told the host. 

But the television presenter was shocked by the answer Rodman gave him, replying: "This is quite extraordinary."

When Rodman chuckles, unpleased Morgan retorted, “It’s not a laughing matter.”

The question everyone wants to know is why Piers Morgan decides to interview Dennis Rodman now after North Korea has ignored and violated every rule and continue testing ballistic missiles?

It’s unfortunate that Trump has wasted enough time and no one knows yet if he considers such visit in the future. However, it’s not too late. 

We shall repeat it once again, “Kim Jong Un will listen to the voice of  only Dennis Rodman because he has no respect for any American leader.

Monday, December 11, 2017


If certain vaccines are made to harm the body or cause diseases to make money, then it's possible that vaccines are linked to autism

If certain vaccines are made to harm the body or cause diseases to make money, then it's possible that vaccines are linked to autism 

These thirty scientific studies show a link between vaccines and autism, disproving the myth that no official research papers exist to support what alternative doctors have been saying for years.

We have compiled a list of 30 scientific studies that show a link between vaccines and autism, disproving the myth [1] that no official research papers exist to support what alternative doctors have been saying for years.

These papers can be shown to medical doctors and public health officials who wish to see peer-reviewed scientific studies to back up the claims that autism is a direct result of receiving a vaccination [2].

The first research paper presented was the first one ever written on the subject, from 1943. Child Psychiatrist Leo Kanner discovered 11 children over the course of several years who displayed a novel set of neurological symptoms that had never been described in the medical literature, where children were withdrawn, uncommunicative and displayed similar odd behaviors. This disorder would become known as "autism."

In the paper, Dr. Kanner noted that onset of the disorder began following the administration of a smallpox vaccine. This paper was published in 1943, and evidence that vaccination causes an ever-increasing rate of neurological and immunological regressions, including autism[3], has been mounting from that time until now.

Autistic Disturbances of Affective Contact [4]

Leo Kanner, Johns Hopkins University, 1943

"Since 1938, there have come to our attention a number of children whose condition differs so markedly and uniquely from anything reported so far, that each case merits – and, I hope, will eventually receive – at a detailed consideration of its fascinating peculiarities."

All of Kanner's cases were born after, and began to appear following, the introduction of Eli Lilly's new form of water-soluble mercury in the late 1920s used as an anti-fungal in forestry, a wood treatment product in the lumber industry and as a disinfectant and anti-bacterial in the medical industry under the name of "Thimerosal" that was included in vaccines[5].

As I testified to at the hearing, there is abundant research supporting the vaccine-autism[6] link. I have included 49 research papers for your review, and only included research published in the last ten years or so. 

This is by no means a complete list, but its one that I have been compiling for the last few years as relevant research came to my attention. I have ONLY included autism-related information, not research on other vaccine injuries of which there are many.

As you can see, the medical professionals testifying that there is no scientific support for the vaccine/autism [7] causation theory are uninformed about the current state of the science. 

When vaccination decisions are made based on an uninformed opinion, it means serious potential damage to the patient, and because of the law preventing lawsuits for vaccine injury, it also means that the uninformed medical professionals making bad recommendations CANNOT be held accountable in any way for giving the patient bad information.

Parents want to know if their child can develop autism from their vaccines [8]. If they believe that the answer is yes, and the risk of brain injury from vaccination is higher than their risk from a disease, it is their right to decline vaccination for themselves and their children without coercion.

Patients MUST be able to make their own informed vaccine decisions because often, they know more about potential vaccine risks that even top public health officials do.

Annals of Epidemiology, September 2009

CM Gallagher, MS Goodman, Stony Brook University Medical Center

Boys vaccinated as neonates had threefold greater odds for autism diagnosis compared to boys never vaccinated or vaccinated[9] after the first month of life.

Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 2006

Robert Natafa, et al, Laboratoire Philippe Auguste, Paris, France

These data implicate environmental toxicity in childhood autistic disorder.

Journal of Immunotoxicology, January-March 2011

Helen V. Ratajczak, PhD

Autism could result from more than one cause, with different manifestations in different individuals that share common symptoms. Documented causes of autism[10] include genetic mutations and/or deletions, viral infections, and encephalitis following vaccination.

Environmental Health Perspectives, July 2006.

Samuel R. Goth, Ruth A. Chu Jeffrey P. Gregg

This study demonstrates that very low levels of Thimerosal can contribute to immune system dysregulation.

Exp Toxicol Pathol. 2009 Mar;61(2):133-6. Epub 2008 Sep 3.

Branch DR, Departments of Medicine and Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, University of Toronto

A recent report shows a correlation of the historical use of thimerosal in therapeutic immunizations with the subsequent development of autism[11]; however, this association remains controversial. 

Autism occurs approximately four times more frequently in males compared to females; thus, studies of thimerosal toxicity should take into consideration gender-selective effects. The present study was originally undertaken to determine the maximum tolerated dose (MTD) of thimerosal in male and female CD1 mice. 

However, during the limited MTD studies, it became apparent that thimerosal has a differential MTD that depends on whether the mouse is male or female.

Environmental Health Perspectives, Aug 2005.

Thomas Burbacher, Ph.D., University of Washington

This study demonstrates clearly and unequivocally that ethyl mercury, the kind of mercury found in vaccines
, not only ends up in the brain but leaves double the amount of inorganic mercury as methyl mercury, the kind of mercury[12] found in fish. 

This work is groundbreaking because little is known about ethyl mercury, and many health authorities have asserted that the mercury found in vaccines is the "safe kind." This study also delivers a strong rebuke of the Institute of Medicine's recommendation in 2004 to no longer pursue the mercury-autism connection.

Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 1994

Charleston JS et al, Department of Pathology, School of Medicine, University of Washington

The identities of the reactive glial cells and the implications for the long-term function and survivability of the neurons due to changes in the glial population following subclinical long-term exposure to mercury are discussed.

Annals of Neurology, Feb 2005.

Diana L. Vargas, MD [Johns Hopkins University]

This study performed independently and using a different methodology than Dr. Herbert (see above) reached the same conclusion: the brains of autistic children are suffering from inflammation.

Clinical Neuropsychiatry, 2005

Martha R. Herbert M.D., Ph.D., Harvard University

Autism is defined behaviorally, as a syndrome of abnormalities involving language, social reciprocity, and hyperfocus or reduced behavioral flexibility. It is clearly heterogeneous, and it can be accompanied by unusual talents as well as by impairments, but its underlying biological[13] and genetic basis is unknown. 

Autism has been modeled as a brain-based, strongly genetic disorder, but emerging findings and hypotheses support a broader model of the condition as a genetically influenced and systemic.

Molecular Psychiatry, July 2004.

Richard C. Deth, Ph.D. [Northeastern University]

This study demonstrates how Thimerosal inhibits methylation, a central driver of cellular communication and development.

Archives of General Psychiatry, 2005

Emily Werner, Ph.D.; Geraldine Dawson, Ph.D., University of Washington

Conclusion This study validates the existence of early autistic regression[14].

Journal of Child Neurology, 2007

M. Catherine DeSoto, Ph.D., Robert T. Hitlan, Ph.D. -Department of Psychology, University of Northern Iowa

Excerpt: "We have reanalyzed the data set originally reported by Ip et al. in 2004 and have found that the original p value was in error and that a significant relation does exist between the blood levels of mercury and diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder. 

Moreover, the hair sample analysis results offer some support for the idea that persons with autism may be less efficient and more variable at eliminating mercury from the blood."

Journal of Child Neurology, February 2006

Jon S. Poling, MD, Ph.D., Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital

Excerpt: "Children who have (mitochondrial-related) dysfunctional cellular energy metabolism might be more prone to undergo autistic regression between 18 and 30 months of age if they also have infections or immunizations at the same time."

American Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 2008

Elizabeth M. Sajdel-Sulkowska, – Dept of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

Excerpt: The preliminary data suggest a need for more extensive studies of oxidative stress, its relationship to the environmental factors[15] and its possible attenuation by antioxidants in autism."

The Neuroscientist, 2005.

Martha Herbert, MD, Ph.D., Harvard University

This study helps refute the notion that the brains of autistic children are simply wired differently and notes, "neuroinflammation appears to be present in autistic brain tissue from childhood through adulthood." Dr. Herbert suggests that chronic disease or an external environmental source (like heavy metals) may be causing the inflammation.

Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Nov-Dec 2006.

Janet Kern, Anne Jones, Department of Psychiatry, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

"This article discusses the evidence for the case that some children with autism may become autistic from neuronal cell death or brain damage sometime after birth as a result of insult; and addresses the hypotheses that toxicity and oxidative stress may be a cause of neuronal insult in autism... the article discusses what may be happening over the course of development and the multiple factors that may interplay and make these children more vulnerable to toxicity, oxidative stress, and neuronal insult."

Pathophysiology, 2006.

Abha Chauhan, Ved Chauhan

This study provides a helpful overview of the growing evidence supporting the link between oxidative stress and autism.

Neurotoxicology, Jan 2005[16].

S. Jill James, Ph.D., University of Arkansas

This recent study demonstrates that Thimerosal lowers or inhibits the body's ability to produce Glutathione, an antioxidant and the body's primary cellular-level defense against mercury.

Neuromolecular Medicine, 2007

Christopher Shaw, Ph.D., Department of Ophthalmology and Program in Neuroscience, University of British Columbia

This study demonstrates the extreme toxicity[17] of the aluminum adjuvant used as a preservative in vaccines.

Health & Place, 2006

Raymond F. Palmer, University of Texas Health Science Center

This study demonstrated the correlation between environmental mercury and autism rates in Texas.

Environmental Health Perspectives, September 2006

Gayle Windham, Div. of Environmental and Occupational Disease Control, California Department of Health Services

Excerpt: "Our results suggest a potential association between autism[18] and estimated metal concentrations, and possibly solvents, in ambient air around the birth residence."

Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, 2007

David A. Geier, Mark R. Geier

This study reviewed the case histories and medical profiles of nine autistic children and concluded that eight of the nine children were mercury toxic and this toxicity manifested itself in a manner consistent with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Neuropediatrics, August 2006 – P.R. Kong

Excerpt: "There was a significant difference in blood mercury levels between cases and controls, which persists after adjustment for age, gender, and parental occupational status. The geometric mean blood mercury level was also significantly higher in children with inattentive and combined subtypes of ADHD. High blood mercury level was associated with ADHD. Whether the relationship is causal requires further studies."

Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, April 2003

Mark F. Blaxill, David S. Baskin, and Walter O. Spitzer

This study helps to refute the supposition made by some researchers that autism's epidemic may only be due to "diagnostic substitution".

American Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology 2008

J. Jay Gargus and Faiqa Imtiaz, School of Medicine, University of California, Irvine,

While evidence points to a multigenic etiology of most autism, the pathophysiology of the disorder has yet to be defined and the underlying genes[19] and biochemical pathways they subserve remain unknown.

American Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology 2008

Matthew P. Anderson, Brian S. Hooker and Martha R. Herbert, Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

We review evidence to support a model where the disease process underlying autism may begin when an in utero or early postnatal environmental, infectious, seizure, or autoimmune insult triggers an immune response that increases reactive oxygen species (ROS) production in the brain that leads to DNA damage (nuclear and mitochondrial) and metabolic enzyme blockade and that these inflammatory and oxidative stressors persist beyond early development (with potential further exacerbations), producing ongoing functional consequences.

John Neustadt, ND, and Steve Pieczenik, MD, PhD

Conclusion: Metals are ubiquitous in our environment, and exposure to them is inevitable. However, not all people accumulate toxic levels of metals or exhibit symptoms of metal toxicity, suggesting that genetics play a role in their potential to damage health.

American Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology

Daniel A. Rossignol, J. Jeffrey Bradstreet

MtD and oxidative stress may also explain the high male-to-female ratio found in autism due to increased male vulnerability to these dysfunctions[20].

Health & Place, 2008

Raymond F. Palmer et al, University of Texas Health Science Center

This study should be viewed as hypothesis-generating – a first step in examining the potential role of environmental mercury and childhood developmental disorders. Nothing is known about specific exposure routes, dosage, timing, and individual susceptibility. 

We suspect that persistent low-dose exposures to various environmental toxicants, including mercury[21], that occur during critical windows of neural development among genetically susceptible children (with a diminished capacity for metabolizing accumulated toxicants) may increase the risk for developmental disorders such as autism.

Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 2007

Guiomar Oliveira MD PhD et al, Centro de Desenvolvimento da Crianca, Hospital Pediatrico de Coimbra; Assuncao Ataide BSc, Direccao Regional de Educacao do Centro Coimbra;

The objective of this study was to estimate the prevalence of autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) and identify its clinical characterization, and medical conditions in a pediatric population in Portugal.

Source: Your News Wire – By Sean Adl-Tabatabai

Sunday, December 10, 2017


Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un: The US government underestimates every country but will be a big mistake to underestimate North Korea

Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un: The US government underestimates every country but will be a big mistake to underestimate North Korea

North Korea has harshly attacked the US President Donald Trump, following his decision for recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital. The North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, renewed its description calling Trump a "dotard" in a statement released by the state media.

Trump and North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un have traded threats of war and personal insults in recent months as tensions remain high over the North's missile and nuclear threats.

Now the hermit state has joined near-universal condemnation of the US president's decision on Jerusalem, calling it a "reckless, wicked act".

"Considering the fact that the mentally deranged dotard openly called for a total destruction of a sovereign state at the UN, this action is not so surprising", a foreign ministry spokesman was quoted as saying by the state-run KCNA news agency.

"But this move clearly shows to the whole world who is the destroyer of world peace and security, pariah and rogue in the international community", he said, using epithets usually reserved for the North.

'Reckless, wicked act'

Trump's declaration Wednesday to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and relocate the US embassy from Tel Aviv sparked anger across the Muslim world, and drew expressions of concern and disapproval from US allies.

Trump has previously warned Pyongyang of "fire and fury", telling the UN General Assembly that Washington would "totally destroy North Korea" if it had to defend itself or its allies.

Trump dubbed Kim "Rocket Man" in the same speech - Pyongyang has tested missiles apparently capable of reaching much of the US mainland - and days later Kim responded with a personal statement calling him a "dotard", an obscure term for a weak or senile old man.

According to the latest KCNA statement, the North "strongly condemns" the US move to recognize Jerusalem as capital, and expressed "firm support and solidarity for Palestinians and Arab peoples struggling to win their legitimate rights".

"The US will be held accountable for all consequences from this reckless, wicked act", it added.

In another development: Trump calls for peace and moderation in the Middle East

Following U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision declaring Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, violent clashes broke out in the Middle East.

Now, Trump has called for calm and moderation in the Middle East and the White House issued a statement amid reports of clashes in the region.

The White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah told reporters in a statement, "The president has called for calm and moderation and we are hoping that the voices of tolerance prevail over purveyors of hate. 

The president does remain committed to achieving a lasting peace agreement between the Israelis and the Palestinians.”

Defending Trump’s decision on Jerusalem, Shah said, "We think that the decision to recognize reality, and recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is the right decision.”

When asked if the President was warned that his decision on Jerusalem would lead to violence, Shah said, "He’s fully aware of potential ramifications but we believe strongly that if you are going to be an honest broker in the Middle East, you need to be honest, and recognizing reality is the first part of that."

While Israel has welcomed Trump’s decision, it has resulted in outrage in the Middle East and opposition from many American partners and allies.

In an emergency meeting on Friday, 14 members of the UN Security Council spoke out against President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

While some members expressed regret, others reacted with anger at the 15th member, the United States.

However, this wasn’t the first time that the U.S. stood alone in defending its close ally, Israel, in the UN's most powerful body. 

Over decades, the U.S. has vetoed many council resolutions it viewed as harmful to Israel.

However, America’s recent decision is seen as a violation in the eyes of the rest of the council and most of the world clearly violates UN resolutions.

Other members claim that a decision on Jerusalem is an issue to be resolved by Israel and the Palestinians in peace negotiations on a two-state solution.

Since the start of the year, the Trump administration has been working on a new Mideast peace proposal.

U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley told the council on Friday that the U.S. is more committed to peace "than we've ever been before - and we believe we might be closer to that goal than ever before."

Meanwhile, an IDF Spokesman said on Friday that the Israel Air Force struck two Hamas targets in Gaza in response to earlier rocket fire.

A commander in Hamas's armed wing, Mahar Atalla, reportedly died from wounds inflicted in clashes with the IDF earlier in the day. 

Hamas later confirmed that two of its gunmen were killed in the bombings. 

A Hamas source further confirmed that the two men killed in the strikes belonged to the group, which urged Palestinians to keep up a confrontation with Israeli forces. 

A spokesperson for Sderot said that one rocket struck the city of Sderot in Israel's south and the rocket caused damage to several vehicles, though no casualties were reported.

Local reports noted that the Nasser Salah Eddine brigades, a Palestinian militant organization operating out of the Gaza Strip, has claimed responsibility for the rocket fire.

The IAF fighter jets are said to have hit two targets, a Hamas training compound and an arms depot.

In a statement, the Palestinian Health Ministry said at least 30 people were wounded in the strikes, including six children.

Soon as local media organizations reported about the injuries, another rocket alarm siren went off in southern Israel - the fourth one in a day.

Rocket sirens were also sounded in Sdot Negev Regional Council and in Bnei Shimon. 

The IDF has reported that rockets were fired toward Israel from Gaza, but no landings have yet been discovered. 

Troops are currently searching the area.

Alarms were heard in several other communities in the area surrounding the Gaza Strip.

There were some reports of an explosion seen over the city of Sderot. 

The IDF spokesperson's office said in a statement that Israel's Iron Dome Missile Defense System intercepted a rocket fired towards Israel from Gaza.