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Medical Bureaucracy (and FDA Regulations) Also Stymie Efforts to Halt Ebola

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The current dearth of treatment options for Ebola is not from a lack of options, but from a zealous protection of current medical monopolies together with an overabundance of red tape.

In a related article, we discussed government hostility to natural remedies that are both cheap, effective, and more readily available. In this article, we’ll look at the FDA roadblocks to more conventional treatments.

The FDA is paid by drug companies and is generally friendly to them. Even so, getting a new drug or device approved is a torturous and insanely expensive process. The minimum cost these days is several hundred million dollars spent over many years. The average cost is in the billions.

Technology like Nanobiosym’s “iPhone-sized device,” which can be used to detect Ebola and other diseases in less than an hour, is being delayed by needless FDA red tape. The Dallas hospital that treated three patients with Ebola had a similar device, one that could detect Ebola with high degree of confidence within a few minutes, but were prevented from using it because of FDA regulations. More

Elaine Nash of Fleet of Angels & Marjorie Farabee of Wild Horse Freedom Federation on Wild Horse & Burro Radio

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Duty to Warn: Don’t Vote for Your Future Oppressors

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Gary G. Kohls. MD

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Don’t Vote for Your Future Oppressors
(Especially the Ones That have Been Bought or Bribed by Billionaires and Multinational Corporations)

“What Christians have got to do is take back this country, one precinct at a time, one neighborhood at a time and one state at a time. I honestly believe that in my lifetime, we will see a country once again governed by Christians…and Christian values.” “I want to be invisible. I do guerrilla warfare. I paint my face and travel at night. You don’t know it’s over until you’re in a body bag. You don’t know until election night.” Ralph Reed (R- Christian Coalition executive director 1987-1989)

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There are two important national elections coming up in the next two years and the corporate-owned and controlled mainstream media (MSM) is again orchestrating another series of lucrative “too-close-to-call”, “cliff-hanger” elections designed to sell the maximum number of political commercials (“projected non-competitive” landslide elections don’t make as much money for the press).

In the heat of the campaigns, we mis-informed and oft-deceived voters must be careful lest we blindly allow our future oppressors – or their paymasters – to win at the polls. Unfortunately, history tells us that it happens all the time. But this year an informed electorate (that makes possible a true democracy) is more important than it has been in many past elections. More

THE KEY THAT UNLOCKS THE DOOR

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I recall a great testimony one day which came from a person who played on a pro team. I think it was basketball. But the important message here is that keythe testimony was about a person that had passed away but who was well known among sports enthusiasts. Besides being a team player, he had a very rare quality. Instead of building himself up as a mega-talented player and giving his ego wings, he  constantly praised others and was always building up other people.

This is truly an amazing quality.

On another note one of my best friends who passed away a few years ago also falls into this same category. He was a very good golfer and he had quite a few trophy’s to show for it, however, he was constantly building up other people that he had been acquainted with
during his lifetime. He was also a very good guitar player and he would share his music by going around to the rest homes in the city  where he lived. His story is interesting. I met him at Chico State University, CA. one day and from that day forth we were friends forever. More

For the Empowerment of You

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I read many gung-ho articles parading the possibilities of true rebellion yet all, when push comes to shove, are ultimately persuaded to observe asinine legislation written by the “foe”. The best outcome is the promise of another of those “cause and affect” limp-wristed protests dragged along by the will of phantom masses. Whether the proposal is to parade outside the local town hall, send never-to-be-read chain e-mails, or inspire more and more rampant vocalisations from dissenting fringe journalists, outcomes never change. They do not care. Your “will” may as well be a fluffy white cloud; evaporating at the first sign of thunder. Yes, I agree, the Patriot Act is assiduous legislation and there is plenty more where that came from. It does nothing for the people, unless you refer to “The People”. Assiduous legislation invariably rewards those in the “corridors of power” very well. Besides, when there is a…

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