"Compulsory vaccination which once had the suffrage of the nation has now hardly a serious supporter. We are ashamed to jettison the idea completely and perhaps afraid that if we did the accident of some future epidemic might put us in the wrong. We prefer to let compulsory vaccination die a natural death and are relieved that the general public is not curious enough to demand an inquest. In the meantime our attention is diverted to other and new forms of immunisations" - [A] Charles Cyril Okell, "From a Bacteriological Back-Number," "The Lancet", January 1, 1938 pp 48-49"
(Sgt Trainer: A must read!)
"It started with those little bottles of sickly-sweet-tasting yogurt shots, and today probiotics can be found in everything from fortified milks and supplements to face creams – and all claim the ‘friendly bacteria’ they contain can do us a world of good. But tough European laws on food labelling mean the details on the packaging are always rather vague when it comes to explaining just what the benefits are, mainly because many studies have proved inconclusive. So are the positive effects little more than wishful thinking, or can probiotics really have the magical impact on our wellbeing that is claimed? Here we round up the best evidence for…"
"I live on an island, a small island. Islands are surrounded by the ocean. This may sound obvious, but it will become apparent why I have included that fact. The school my daughter attends is just over a mile from the house. Twice a year the school has flood evacuation practice, this is just like fire evacuation practice but the children are told the danger is water, not flames. This also sounds obvious but bear with me."
(Sgt Trainer: From a Mother in Britain...Good for her!!)
"Last summer, a 70 year old veteran by the name of William Wingate, was arrested by the Seattle Police Department for obstruction and harassment. What did he do to deserve this? He was stopped by a police officer for carrying a golf club, which he had been using as a cane for the last 20 years without incident. When he decided not to follow the orders of the police officer by dropping the club, he was cuffed and taken to jail. Aside from ridiculousness of the situation, the whole incident has got me thinking about the state of self defense laws in America today. Every state has a very specific list of items that you cannot carry with you in public, or use as a weapon. But there are also certain items that fall into a grey area, and some of these items can be pretty benign, such as a golf club or a baseball bat. Despite not being designed for combat, they have gained a reputation for being improvised weapons, and can still get you into trouble. Your intent can also make for a tricky situation, should you be dragged into court for defending yourself. Let’s say you fight off an attacker with an ordinary wooden cane. It’s clear that you defended yourself with a weapon of last resort. But what if you were using a “tactical” cane made entirely out of aluminum, which is advertised as a self defense weapon? An overzealous prosecutor might argue that you intended to hurt someone. Why else would you be walking around with a “weapon?” So if you’re looking to defend yourself without raising the ire of the law, take a look at these five ordinary objects I’ve listed below. After sifting through the LAPD’s extensive list of disguised and improvised weapons, I’m pretty confident that none of these objects will raise any eyebrows, should you choose to carry them. Still, this article isn’t legal advice, so make sure you research your local laws before carrying any sort of weapon."
"Chances are that America’s most recent health trend is one you were given as a child. Think back to when you were ill, what was the one of the first things your mother made to help you feel better? That’s right, hot soup. That savory tonic infused with fresh vegetables and herbs really does do a body good. In fact, it’s backed by science. Specifically, stock inhibits neutrophil migration. That is, it helps to lessen the side effects of colds, flus and upper respiratory infections. Medical experts point out that broth helps to kick start your immune system through the slow cooking process. The process of slowly simmering bones for up to a period of 24 hours causes the bones and ligaments to release healing compounds such as collagen, essential amino acids such as, proline, glycine, and glutamine that have the power to transform your health, heal and calm. Further, the minerals and the marrow helps build blood cells, which is the healing mechanism in the body. When vegetables are added to the broth, they release dense nutrients, antibiotic and antiviral properties to the liquid."
“A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” When James Madison drafted the Second Amendment in 1789, it was not as much of a controversial statement as it seems to be today. In the Constitutional era, it was widely understood that a Militia, composed of the whole or part of a community, was responsible for assembling, training, and when necessary, fighting to the last man for the community and its people. To be called a Militiaman was to be identified as someone who had answered a call to community service and, while not necessarily a professional in arms, was nonetheless ready and willing to put his life and livelihood at risk for the sake of his neighbors. So where did the confusion come in? There must have been a point at which the image of the Militia transformed in the public eye, from the stout-hearted Minuteman of the American Revolution, to the caricature of the militant, regressive troglodyte who withdraws to the backwoods, stockpiling mountains of Vienna Sausage and harboring deep suspicion for everyone around him. At what point did the once worthy title of Militiaman become associated with radicals, vigilantes, and terrorists?"
"Taking payoffs, breaking the law and pushing through unconstitutional legislation as special favors to corporate interests has long been par for the course in politics. But now Representative Kevin Calvey (R – Oklahoma City) wants to make it official and make it illegal to arrest any state officials accused of a public offense. Representative Calvey has introduced House Bill 2206, which would prohibit Oklahoma’s district attorneys from prosecuting state officials, granting that power exclusively to the state’s Attorney General. This would exempt lawmakers from prosecution of nearly any crimes that are normally handled at the local level."
"Methadone is a legal drug that is taken by former heroin addicts. It eliminates the "rush" that heroin offers, but it also eliminates withdrawal symptoms. It lets heroin addicts escape the need to buy the expensive illegal drug. Methadone is for heroin addicts who just cannot bring themselves to go cold turkey from an addictive drug that distorts their perception. That is what a 401(k) retirement plan is for middle-class workers."
"Imagine you’re sitting at a four-way intersection, a red stop light hanging above you, while the hum of buzzing comes from a pair of rectangular wooden boxes strapped into the passenger’s seat next to you. The Nuc boxes–or nucleus colonies–contain more than 10,000 bees each. Bees cling to, and crawl across the wire mesh stapled over the openings that prevents the insects from flying in and out of the boxes. You can tell by the sound of their buzzing that they are agitated, frustrated that they are contained, unable to come and go as they please. You can’t help but wonder what the drivers of the cars and trucks surrounding you would think if they knew that 20,000 bees or more sat so close at hand. You imagine what the scene might look like if the unthinkable happened and there was an accident. These thoughts are immediately followed by wondering if the wire mesh covering the entrances on the Nuc boxes is secure. The light changes to green, and you gently edge the car out into traffic. Driving down the road with thousands of stinging insects is one of life’s greatest thrills, I can’t even begin to imagine why everyone wouldn’t want to try it! But before you can bring your bees home, there are a number of things you need to do to prepare for their arrival."
"Have you ever sat in a room and couldn’t figure out why people were laughing? They laughed and laughed and laughed as your curiosity grew and grew. And then, suddenly, you realized they were laughing at you! This is what is happening to all Americans. We have been robbed blind and we have scarcely noticed. Now, our very existence is being threatened and people laugh at you for talking about it as they call you a “conspiracy theorist”, “fear-monger” and “the purveyor of doom and gloom”. Last year, I was roundly criticized when I said the Cyprus bail-in scenario was coming to the United States. I was told there would be a revolution if this happened and the government would be too afraid to try such a thing and that we would have 100 million Americans in the street who would be heavily armed. Listening to these sheep is like listening to a country song played backwards. You know the song where the wife does not leave, the truck still runs and the cowboy stops drinking. Maybe it is all the fluoride in the water that is causing such widespread ignorance and apathy. The globalists are preparing to steal everything you own, they have rehearsed for this day, they are on a timetable to carry this plot out and they are laughing at our collective stupidity!"
"Senate hearings are scheduled to begin next week on Barack Obama’s nomination of Ashton Carter for Secretary of Defense, Fox News reported Sunday. And while the primary thrust of those hearings will be in determining the nominee’s suitability for leading the nation in managing “widespread, military-related challenges around the globe,” the placement of Carter at the head of the Department of Defense also poses unique concerns for gun owners. That Carter is an elite establishment player is unquestionable. Earning degrees from Yale, being a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, going on to being “chair of the International and Global Affairs faculty at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government,” and holding various White House positions in the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations, we’re looking at a consummate insider. His having strong ties with Goldman Sachs and the Council on Foreign Relations should come as no surprise to anyone who follows how those at the top of the political food chain are connected."
"Although Islam has successfully conquered much of the world throughout history by the sword, modern-day Islamists know there are three ways to much more effectively establish Sharia within the Western world: government, media, and education. By patiently and consistently infiltrating both the government and media, the masses can be more assimilated to Sharia. However, infiltrating the schools is the most important aspect to securing a future Caliphate in even the most democratic nation. Children are the future, and however they are educated to think will be the legislation of future generations, and so-on-and-so-forth. Muslims know this all too well, and they are growing jihadists in our classrooms right under our noses. Starting next fall, all schools in the Waterbury district of Connecticut will be honoring major Muslim holidays, News 8 reports. The appeasement followed a petition of over 300 signatures demanding the schools cooperate with the uncooperative, minority religious group."
"OPSEC is just an acronym for Operational Security, a fancy way of saying keep your secrets. We all know that there are things to keep to yourself for your own protection. We have all heard it before; don’t share your most personal information. But one man’s privacy is another man’s Intel. How does one walk the line between keeping your own secrets while simultaneously trying to learn about other people? Have you ever wondered how to be the person who gathers the intel? Let’s start with an example situation where you have two choices, either you can be the investigator or the investigated:"
"Maybe it’s time to replace your current HVAC system and you’re wondering about a geothermal heat pump system. There are some surprising facts about geothermal heat pumps that you may not know yet. Here are a few things you need to know and also how this energy works to save you money and conserve energy in the long run. When your HVAC unit is outside, the temperature can rise and fall dramatically. This causes more work for your HVAC unit to heat and cool the air as the air it is using is always changing. These systems are installed underground and therefor do not have to deal with the rising and falling of temperatures in such a dramatic range. Doing this allows for easy cooling and heating of the air coming into your home, thus making it more efficient."
"Despite the negative image preservatives have gained over the last decades due to the media concerns over their effects on health, not everything that falls into this category is bad. In truth, preservatives are important for keeping food safe to eat, and not all of them are synthetic. Nature has left us many preservatives, and if you know how to use them you can preserve food for a very long time in harsh conditions."
"European police are finally admitting that gun control laws do nothing to stop violent terrorist attacks and the murder of innocent civilians. A recent report by Time Magazine proved that despite the strict gun regulations in place throughout most of Europe, the black market for arms is thriving more than ever."
"Herbal supplements BANNED from GNC, Walmart, Target and Walgreens after a study supposedly discovered that 4 out of 5 herbal supplements contain ZERO herbs. Chain stores are now being ordered to pull products from their shelves in what seems to be a major victory for the big pharma mafia."
"Governments from Around the World Admit They Do It. There are many documented false flag attacks, where a government carries out a terror attack … and then falsely blames its enemy for political purposes. In the following 42 instances, officials in the government which carried out the attack (or seriously proposed an attack) admits to it, either orally or in writing:"
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