"Now here's something you wouldn't expect. Coca-Cola is being sued by a non-profit public interest group, on the grounds that the company's vitaminwater products make unwarranted health claims. No surprise there. But how do you think the company is defending itself? In a staggering feat of twisted logic, lawyers for Coca-Cola are defending the lawsuit by asserting that "no consumer could reasonably be misled into thinking vitaminwater was a healthy beverage." Does this mean that you'd have to be an unreasonable person to think that a product named "vitaminwater," a product that has been heavily and aggressively marketed as a healthy beverage, actually had health benefits? Or does it mean that it's okay for a corporation to lie about its products, as long as they can then turn around and claim that no one actually believes their lies?"
"The following article is not a plan, it is however, designed with the hope of getting you pointed in the right direction. It seems that many articles about survival and bugging out make declarative statements. In other words, according to some, if you do not do this or that then you will die. This may be true in some cases, but the reality is that every situation is different. Your survival will depend on skill, planning and material things and luck does play a role, but as some will tell you, you make your own luck."
"The piece I wrote regarding the flood alerts at Shorties school has generated a massive amount of interest. It was picked up by several American sites and the comments sections show the amount of polarisation of opinion that has been generated. On the left, we have the educators. teachers and the like that think I am a bad parent and generally a scummy mummy for even suggesting that I should be allowed to collect my daughter in the event of an emergency. On the right , we have parents who feel as keenly as I do that they would want their kid home with them. There are a few fence sitters but not many. The left and right designations do not refer to anything remotely political by the way. I feel it’s time to get a few things straight that my educator adversaries have failed to mention, and to add a bit of information that may help them see why I have made the choices I have. So, here we go."
"The cholesterol-lowering statin drug empire continues to crumble. This past Sunday (February 15, 2015) the Sunday Express in the UK published a headline story stating that Oxford professor Dr. Rory Collins, whose research had been used to support putting millions of patients on statin drugs, was reassessing the data behind those studies for possible drug side effects they might have missed previously. According to the Express: Although the original research looked at the effect of statins on the heart and considered cancer risks it did not examine other side effects."
(Sgt Trainer: Read this article, then read the next one, below.)
"You don't need to limit cholesterol in your diet. We've said it here before, but now the people who make the dietary guidelines for the US are saying it too. The US Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee is preparing its 2015 report. Dietary guidelines are updated every five years, and typically follow the report's recommendations. The committee discussed their findings at a meeting in December, and decided to drop cholesterol as a "nutrient of concern."
"After so many years of watching airplanes produce the lines in the sky, largely without knowing of what this Project consists or why, we have recently gained an understanding. Evidence suggests that today’s chemtrail spraying operations consist of airplanes saturating our atmosphere with nano-sized particles influenced by electromagnetic energy for the purpose of weather modification. U.S. patent #4,686,605 “Method and Apparatus for Altering a Region in the Earth’s Atmosphere, Ionosphere and/or Magnetosphere” shows how stratospheric and tropospheric aerosols can be manipulated using electromagnetic energy in order to modify the weather. The ground-based antennas (known as ionospheric heaters) needed to produce the appropriate electromagnetic energy exist. For a detailed discussion, please see the author’s previous article “Smoking Gun: The HAARP and Chemtrails Connection.”
"New scientific data shows that cats, long a symbol of mysticism, are able to see things that are invisible to us. Cats apparently see psychedelic stripes on flowers and patterns on the wings of birds that are completely invisible to the human eye. According to this study, cats, dogs, and some other animals are able to see types of light, like UV light, that we don’t see at all. “There are plenty of things that reflect UV radiation, which some sensitive animals are able to see, while we are not,” said Ronald Douglas, professor of biology of the City University of London and co-author of the study. “For example, these may be certain patterns on flowers that show where the nectar is, or traces of urine of an animal. Also, reindeer can and see polar bears as the snow reflects UV radiation, while white fur does not.”
"One of the biggest defenses in contraband cases are that law enforcement officers planted evidence and lie to make their arrests. These cries from defendants are largely ignored by all parties involved, including the juries because of psychology. When it is the word of a defendant against the law enforcement officer, people have been conditioned to rely on the word of authority as truth. The question is, should this be the case? One of our editors stumbled across a web site where local law enforcement deputies are free to post, and do so with 100% anonymity. In this web site, they exchange tactical information, procedural tips and methods to use to gain compliance of subjects or to arrest them for being difficult. One such post, titled “Tricks of the trade – let’s exchange!” was started by a deputy who wrote,"
"The biggest TV drama among millennials is playing off screen. So far this season, younger viewers, the most important audience for advertisers, have ditched their TV sets at more than double the rate of previous years, new Nielsen figures show. Traditional TV usage — which has been falling among viewers ages 18 to 34 at around 4 percent a year since 2012 — tumbled 10.6 percent between September and January."
"The general consensus among pro-vaxxers is that vaccines save lives, and if it weren't for their existence, infectious disease would be running rampant. But a closer look at the data reveals that the death rates from conditions like measles, scarlet fever, typhoid, whooping cough (pertussis) and diphtheria were all in major decline prior to the advent of their respective vaccines, the direct result of better nutrition and sanitation practices."
Homeland Security Stockpiling Billions of Dollars of Experimental Vaccines
"The Department of Homeland Security, created shortly after the terrorist attacks of September 2001, has been authorized by Congress to purchase and stockpile billions of dollars of experimental vaccines that are not approved by the FDA, to use on American citizens during a time of a “national emergency” as defined by the U.S. Government."
"On February 18, 1943, German Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels delivered a rousing speech at the Berlin Sportpalast, asking the German people, “Sind Sie bereit für totalen Krieg?” or “Are you ready for total War?” Germany had planned for Blitzkrieg and a short war and was unprepared for a world war as the combined military forces of the United States, England and the Soviet Union crushed the Reich relentlessly and systematically. Although the people and economy rallied in defense of Germany, total war only prolonged the horrors of war and delayed their inevitable defeat. Today, 72 years later, another quasi-fascist empire formerly at the pinnacle of world economic power is being taken over, this time on the economic front, by China and the BRICs. Yet it retains the ability to project military power on every continent, with troops deployed in over 150 countries, and is involved simultaneously in regions ranging from Europe and the Ukraine, across the Middle East and Africa to the nations in Asia surrounding China."
"The conceit that human production of carbon dioxide is capable of driving the earth’s climate is running smack into the sun. CO2 accounts for a mere 0.039% of the atmosphere, while the sun accounts for 99.86% of all of the mass in our entire solar system. And Ol’ Sol is not taking the insult lightly. Vencore Weather reports: For the past 5 days, solar activity has been very low and one measure of solar activity – its X-ray output – has basically flatlined in recent days (plot below courtesy NOAA/Space Weather Prediction Center). Not since cycle 14 peaked in February 1906 has there been a solar cycle with fewer sunspots."
"For now, the technology is in “crude” form undergoing R&D through animal testing, specifically with the neural connections of a zebrafish. In the longer term, DARPA researchers (the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) believes the gene modifying optical technology will be able to restore vision to the blind and impaired, and replaced current conceptions of virtual reality, with an internal display that will provide vital stats and more about the target, err, object in view."
"You don’t have to be an army, a SWAT unit, or a fortune 500 company to use of standard operating procedure (SOP). A small family of four could also build his own SOP, so they would know how to survive when the world as we know it seems to head to its end. Probably, you would say that building that lifesaving SOP is rocket science, but it’s not. It can be as simple as regimen or checklist that keeps you from forgetting important steps or training under stress."
"The goal of anyone contemplating homesteading is ultimately geared toward achieving a level of self-sufficiency. Whether that goal is realized through growing one’s own food through various gardening strategies or raising backyard poultry or cultivating a homegrown source of power, the motivation is rooted in providing for the family. Providing for the family’s basic needs means ensuring they can eat when they are hungry, that they have safe water for when they are thirsty and power to deliver heat and light when needed. It also means providing for their health and welfare when hurt or ill. Homesteading, living off the grid on far flung tracts of land, in relative isolation makes a quick trip to the doctor’s office anything but. Traditional medicinal herbs can provide the care and treatment for a range of moderate illnesses and injuries or give comfort until more advanced care can be reached. This article presents some of the most useful herbal medicines to treat a wide range of ailments. While their effectiveness can vary depending on preparation, concentration and form of application, it is advisable to be aware of any drug interactions and consult a physician if pregnant or nursing before using."
"My good friend and West Coast Navy SEAL Sniper Monty LeClair created a great stress test course that mixes a range of shots to perfectly demonstrate the capabilities of a MK-12 SPR. Monty has way more time on the SPR than I do, especially since he deployed with it, so I wanted him to run the course of fire. Sitting on a bench and shooing groups is great for zeroing, but if you really want to train, you need to integrate stress training into your regiment. It’s a lot harder to shoot when your heart is racing and you are breathing heavy, which is far more realistic than just bench shooting."
"Let’s talk about why it’s good to know your blood type. If the grid is down, and you’re down and in need of a blood transfusion, it’s going to make life a whole lot easier and safer for everyone if you could communicate your blood type to your caregivers so they can match donor blood to your blood quickly. Furthermore, if something happens to someone you care about and he or she needs a transfusion, it’s going to make life much easier and safer for everyone if caregivers knew you were part of a walking blood bank of people that could donate in a pinch. To that end, if you haven’t been typed, here are the safest ways to go about it."
"When should you enter the fight? Of course you should fight back when you are attacked, but if you are going to “aid” someone else, you might want to slow down and make sure you know what you are getting into."