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The Truth About Vaccines – Episode 1 goes live tonight!!

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FROM: G. Edward Griffin
Subject: The Truth About Vaccines – Episode 1 goes live tonight!!

Hello and best wishes for health and freedom, both of which are impacted by the substance of this message.

Because you are a subscriber to my news service, Need to Know News, you already know that the vaccine industry has a long history of medical fraud and corruption. But reading news stories is not enough to support a firm decision about accepting or rejecting vaccines, especially for infants and children. More

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My humble radical fix for the world

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911 Grassroots Interviews Author/Would-Be Decider James Hufferd, Ph.D.

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911 Grassroots: So, Mr. Hufferd, what is it you would endeavor to “decide”, if you were able to, that is?

James Hufferd: Well, the fate of the world, to make it a better place for productive, well-intentioned people to live, even thrive in.

911 G: You don’t see it as that at present, then? How so?

JH: The world I see has become all tattered and twisted in knots, stressed way beyond the endurance of most. Or, we’ve just given up and avoid engagement in anything beyond our back yard. Or the elevator shaft allegedly connecting our flat with the ground. Our finances, for more of us every day, are in ruins, simply awful monsters we don’t dare face. World leaders are taunting each other worse than 6-year-olds fumbling nukes and other assorted w.m.d like carnival bears tossing around Tiffany glassware. Suicides 22 a day among those who’ve been pushed too close to the fire…

911 G: So then, what you’re suggesting is some now new way of wringing our hands?

JH: No! Gosh, I mean hell, no! That is what everyone seems to be doing – get out in the street and squall like an 8-month-old outraged toddler, maybe carrying signs, not buying Cheetos from the wrong stores, signing our name on a list – just the strategy we’ve been trying for a couple hundred years. And, surprise, it’s not working! Because – well, partly because, we’ve just telling people who do bad stuff to please knock it off. And it’s how they make their bucks, the way they bilk us, so they’re not going to stop it. They’re never going to. Because it works and we have no obvious way of ever stopping them. And a little part of what they do, after all, might even be good and needed. So, what we need to try to do is force a clear, reasonable limitation on it. Look, right now just might be the worst possible time to suggest what I’m about to suggest, what with this controversial, but generally cheered, staged reaction to Syria. Or, from another standpoint, if my idea can be tested by this and survive, well…

911 G: So, before we get too far into that, what is your take on what’s going on in Syria? More

The Deep State And The Rise Of The Implanted (RFID) Radio Frequency Identification Microchip

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Chuck Frank

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Here is what you need to know about RFID. Besides those state of the art markings such as personalized invisible tattoos that access reams of data, there are chipped smart phones, credit cards, passports, a drivers license, and debit cards that do the same.  None the less, Australians have climbed aboard big brother’s overreach, while at the same time, numerous Swedish employees also dove in and are totally jazzed about being voluntarily microchipped with a radio frequency device the size of two grains of rice which is then embedded under the skin between the thumb and index finger.  In spite of warnings, these injections have become so popular that company employees even hold parties for those who are willing to get implants.

   But Ben Libberton, a microbiologist at Stockholm’s Karolinska Institute, says hackers could conceivably gain huge swathes of information from embedded microchips while Identity theft could be a real concern.  In the end,  Brussels, Belgium is also a recipient of loads of debit and credit information which is monitored at one of the world’s major data centers called…the “beast.”  Does that ring a bell?  Also, let’s not forget about  NSA’s mega data bank called the Bumblehive in Utah which holds a massive amount of information.

  The problem here is that any and all of ones private and personal information may one day be used against that person in a court of law, while at the same time, what if false information was loaded  into a data bank by either the government or a corporation?  You now will be framed in a court of law.  You could lose everything you own and/or go to prison.  Far fetched?   Was not Joseph Nacchio, the infamous CEO of Quest Communications framed because he chose not to tap telephone lines or cellphones after 911?  This was before RFID became popular in the smart phone industry.   

  To counter the rising tide of RFID, there are at least four states – Wisconsin, Oklahoma, California and North Dakota – which have passed laws against involuntary chipping of human beings.  Yet, a Nevada bill may be even a stronger attempt at limiting the overreach of government and corporate America which aims to track citizens, patients and employees.  Not only would the Nevada bill forbid the human implanting of radio frequency identification chips, but it also would ban any other forms of markings for a human being.  Should not this be the model for all of the other states to follow? 

As for Sweden, there still may be light at the end of the tunnel.

  On April 1, 2017, the right-wing politician of the Sweden Democrats party who is the Swedish MEP hoped his country would be next to ditch the European Union after dubbing Article 50 ‘as a breath of fresh air.’  Peter Lundgren, said; “I’m hopeful that we also can follow Britain’s example.”   So, no matter if a person is in Sweden or America, will the exit also include a chipless and cashless society?
I hope so.    

  In summary, when high tech surveillance invades our privacy and lends itself to either hacking by persons, government or corporate intrusion, it is the duty of the people to stand up against this hi-tech new world order monster which is meant to enslave the entire planet by means of a mark or a microchip, either in your hand or in a device such as a smart phone or a card.  And I heard the sound of the trumpet loud and clear and I was moved to tell all of you the truth.

The world is being corrupted at a very fast pace.  Rogue members across the globe are ready to take your soul.  The microchip is already being popularized and being falsely touted as a device that is for your “protection” and “safety.”  We as Americans cannot afford to follow the piper as we must resist this movement and set ourselves apart from this evil Globalist agenda.   It is necessary and urgent that we the people “come out of her.”

How a Judge Scrapped Pennsylvania Families’ $4.24M Water Pollution Verdict in Gas Drilling Lawsuit

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Source:  desmogblog.com

Ray Kemble

By Sharon Kelly and Steve Horn

For many residents of Carter Road in Dimock, Pennsylvania, it’s been nearly a decade since their lives were turned upside down by the arrival of Cabot Oil and Gas, a company whose Marcellus Shale hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) wells were plagued by a series of spills and other problems linked to the area’s contamination of drinking water supplies.

With a new federal court ruling handed down late last Friday, a judge unwound a unanimous eight-person jury which had ordered Cabot to pay a total of $4.24 million over the contamination of two of those families’ drinking water wells. In a 58 page ruling, Magistrate Judge Martin C. Carlson discarded the jury’s verdict in Ely v. Cabot and ordered a new trial, extending the legal battle over one of the highest-profile and longest-running fracking-related water contamination cases in the country.

In his order, Judge Carlson chastised the plaintiff’s lawyers for “repeatedly inviting the jury to engage in unwarranted speculation” and wrote that, in his personal estimation, the plaintiffs had not presented enough evidence to warrant the jury’s $4.24 million in damages. The original complaint for the case was filed in November 2009.

Nonetheless, Judge Carlson declined to throw out the lawsuit entirely, ordering Cabot to re-start settlement talks with the Ely and Hubert families. If those talks fail, the trial process will begin anew, extending the already years-long legal battle into months or even years to come.

“The judge heard the same case that the jury heard and the jury was unanimous,” Nolan Scott Ely, the lead plaintiff in the case, said in a statement. “How can he take it upon himself to set aside their verdict? It’s outrageous.”

Retrials “Not as Rare”

Over time, Judge Carlson’s order noted, the plaintiffs’ legal complaints had been successfully winnowed down by Cabot, which was represented at trial by several lawyers from Norton Rose Fulbright, the tenth highest-grossing law firm in the world in 2016. The case now centers around a nuisance complaint.

Ely, whose background is in construction work, and his family and neighbors were represented at trial by a solo practitioner, Leslie Lewis, assisted by one other attorney. During one brief stint in the years leading up to the trial, the two families had no lawyer at all, but represented themselves. When the case began, they had the assistance of the firms Napoli Bern Ripka Shkolnik & Associates and the Jacob Fuchsberg Law Firm (the former employer of Lewis), which ushered in a settlement agreement with some of the 44 original plaintiffs.

But Ely and others were not satisfied with the offer, which included a non-disclosure agreement, and decided to proceed with the lawsuit.

John-Mark Stensvaag, an environmental law professor at the University of Iowa, said that orders to re-try cases “are not as rare as one might think.”

“This does not mean that the plaintiffs have no case,” he added, “it only means that, in [Judge Carlson’s] opinion, they have not presented a case justifying the jury’s verdict and should be given a second opportunity to present an adequate case.”

The Ely family leaves the federal courthouse on the first day of trial in 2016. Credit: Laura Evangelisto © 2016

Carter Road Water Contamination

There’s little question that something is very wrong with the water on Carter Road, despite lingering questions in the legal battles centering around that contaminated water.

In 2016, shortly after the Elys and Huberts’ $4.24 million verdict, the Centers for Disease Control issued a report concluding that Dimock’s tainted waters carried dangerous levels of chemicals including arsenic, lithium, and 4-chlorophenyl phenyl ether (which is acutely toxic if swallowed). Further, the water was laced with enough methane that five of the homes on Carter Road had been at risk of exploding. Indeed, on New Year’s Day 2009, one of Dimock’s contaminated drinking water wells did explode.

Read the rest of this article HERE.

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