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The Anti-Vaping Campaign: Where There’s Smoke There Are Profits

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By NoFakeNews

The recent repetitive attacks on the vaping industry have sent continuous warning signals to my conspiratorial brain. Something’s definitely not right here, the signals keep telling me. I know in my mind that there’s something’s wrong with the overall flavor of this story. Haven’t I observed this campaign somewhere before?

There have been a flurry of attacks on an industry that manufactures products that help people quit smoking. The products under attack, according to the research I have perused, are much less dangerous than smoking real cigarettes, and they most definitely help people quit smoking conventional cigarettes. What’s the problem here?

The attacks on the vaping industry seem to be predicated on a handful of deaths that were the result of bootleg products that were vaped by certain consumers. Cigarettes have been killing people at an alarming rate for a helluva long time and no regulatory agencies were jumping up and down screaming about anything for the longest time.

The CDC, the same agency that many researchers claim promotes misinformation to healthcare consumers that vaccines are safe because of its behind the curtains connection to Big Pharma, is now making statements about the dangers of vaping? Wow, something doesn’t smell right with this entire narrative.

Could it be that Big Pharma’s six billion dollar smoking cessation market is being put in jeopardy by the vaping industry?

Whenever you see this much propaganda being distributed and discussed by the mainstream media about a product that for all intents and purposes, seems far less dangerous than other alternatives, you have to raise your eyebrows and quickly question the messenger.

I am not writing that people should go out there and start vaping or smoking. There are genuine health concerns associated with both products. But you have to understand that until more research is published and presented that definitively shows vaping products are far more dangerous and far less successful in getting people to quit smoking than other options being prescribed and promoted by the powers that be, I think we have to be cautious when assessing information coming from regulatory agencies and the mainstream media with regards to the vaping industry.

These are my thoughts about this subject. Maybe I am wrong, but it sure seems like something’s not right with the narrative in play.

What do you think about this subject? I value readers’ opinions. Let me see some of them.

NewsGuard: What are They “Guarding”? “Fake” News Ratings Based on Biased Editorial Views – Not Fact Checking

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Medical Kidnap

by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

Health Impact News was recently contacted by John Gregory, a medical reporter working for the company NewsGuard, a self-appointed Internet policing group that awards “nutrition badge” ratings for websites determining if they are “reliable” or not.

Mr. Gregory accused me right up front of publishing “false” claims, and asked me to comment on a list of articles in our network that he determined were “false.”

Curiously, one of the articles he chose to exhibit as something published that was “false” was one of our articles on the Department of Justice quarterly reports on compensated cases for vaccine injuries and deaths in the U.S. Vaccine Court, submitted every three months to the federal government Advisory Commission on Childhood Vaccines (ACCV) under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The article is reporting what is public information from government sources. It is not even considered controversial, and in the introduction I even write: “The fact that the annual flu shot is deadly and dangerous is not a fact even in dispute.” The flu shot is by far the most compensated vaccine for settlements in the U.S. Vaccine Court each year, according to these government reports. More

And you think guns are the problem??

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Unique, rare 9/11 material shot from the Hudson

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This unique material was shot from one of the boats that ended up evacuating about half a million

people from Lower Manhattan on 9/11. Shot for RTL Extra. Also check out our other 9/11 documentaries:

The Window Cleaner of the WTC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2PMT…
Unique 9/11 video’s collected: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3-jMk…
Interview last 9/11 survivor: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyrZg9…

 

. Israel and US Introduce Tech “Solutions” to Destroy Political Activists

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by Kurt Nimmo

https://kurtnimmo.blog/

If you’re interested in the backstory on Jeffrey Epstein—a story largely ignored by the corporate media—read Whitney Webb’s How the CIA, Mossad and “the Epstein Network” are Exploiting Mass Shootings to Create an Orwellian Nightmare.

The subhead reads: “Following another catastrophic mass shooting or crisis event, Orwellian ‘solutions’ are set to be foisted on a frightened American public by the very network connected, not only to Jeffrey Epstein, but to a litany of crimes and a frightening history of plans to crush internal dissent in the United States.”

Webb mentions convicted felon Oliver North:

Perhaps most disturbing of all, whatever technological solution is adopted by the Trump administration [to address mass shootings], it is set to use a controversial database first developed as part of a secretive U.S. government program that involved notorious Iran-Contra figures like Oliver North as a means of tracking and flagging potential American dissidents for increased surveillance and detention in the event of a vaguely defined “national emergency.”

North and associates used PROMIS (Prosecutors Management Information Systems) software to build this database. The software has a rather colorful past. “The PROMIS software was created by INSLAW Inc., a company owned by a former NSA intelligence officer named William Hamilton,” writes Ed Encho.

The software was modified for espionage purposes to include a ‘back door’ that could be used for spying on those that it was sold to… It is important to keep in mind the period when PROMIS was stolen in the early 1980’s and the fact that the technology boom was still years in the future which should give one an idea to just how far advanced and therefore how important that it was to those who would use it in order to promote a sinister agenda.

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Is the U.S. Government the Enemy of the People? America’s Lost Liberties, Post-9/11

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With our own government fast becoming our enemy, we have become a police state. We have few if any rights left to us. A corrupted judiciary, militarized police, war weapons turned on the public, and total surveillance threatening us all….we have no where to go…nowhere to hide…how does that fake political party look to you now?

John W. Whitehead, Constitutional Attorney

“These are the times that try men’s souls.” ― Thomas Paine, The American Crisis

Take heed, America.

Our losses are mounting with every passing day.

What began with the post-9/11 passage of the USA Patriot Act  has snowballed into the eradication of every vital safeguard against government overreach, corruption and abuse.

The citizenry’s unquestioning acquiescence to anything the government wants to do in exchange for the phantom promise of safety and security has resulted in a society where the nation is being locked down into a militarized, mechanized, hypersensitive, legalistic, self-righteous, goose-stepping antithesis of every principle upon which this nation was founded.

Set against a backdrop of government surveillance, militarized police, SWAT team raids, asset forfeiture, eminent domain, overcriminalization, armed surveillance drones, whole body scanners, stop and frisk searches, police violence and the like—all of which have been sanctioned by Congress, the White House and the courts—our constitutional freedoms have…

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Rutherford Institute Launches Inquiry Into Government Use of Drivers’ License Photos to Build Facial Recognition Database, Track Citizens

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For Immediate Release: September 5, 2019

The Rutherford Institute

CHICAGO, Ill. — Pushing back against the expansion of secret government surveillance programs at the expense of individual privacy, The Rutherford Institute is asking the State of Illinois to disclose information about its participation in the federal government’s scheme to establish a massive facial recognition database by collecting the drivers’ license photographs of millions of Americans.

In a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request made on behalf of Illinois resident Dmitry Feofanov, The Rutherford Institute is seeking details about the federal government’s facial recognition program, which allows government agents to track citizens whenever they are in public. The request comes after it was disclosed in July 2019 that the FBI and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have mined information kept by state DMVs to create a massive database of biometric photos and personal information without the consent of citizens.

“Surveillance, DNA and biometric technologies have become convenient tools in the hands of government agencies to render null and void the Constitution’s requirements of privacy and its prohibitions against unreasonable searches and seizures,” said constitutional attorney John W. Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute and author of Battlefield America: The War on the American People. “For a long time, the government was required to at least observe some basic restrictions on when, where and how it could access someone’s biometrics and use it against them. That is no longer the case. While the Fourth Amendment was created to prevent government officials from tracking a person’s movements or searching an individual’s person or property without a warrant and probable cause—evidence that some kind of criminal activity was afoot—the founders could scarcely have imagined a world in which we needed protection against widespread government breaches of our privacy on a biometric level.”

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Facial recognition programs, which can be used to identify people in photos, video, or in real-time, employ sophisticated technology to identify individuals using their faces. Advanced cameras scan a person’s features and then compare the “biometric” data obtained with a database of biometric photographs to determine the person’s identity. Law enforcement currently use mobile devices to identify people during police stops.

The FBI’s Next Generation Identification system has dramatically expanded the government’s surveillance capacity by using a variety of photos and other biometric data, cross-referenced against the nation’s growing network of surveillance cameras, to not only track people but create a permanent “recognition” file on them within the government’s databases. However, the government’s capacity to track citizens is dependent on its database of biometric photographs of identified individuals.

In an effort to expand the government’s database, federal law enforcement agencies, and the FBI and ICE in particular, have been obtaining the photographs and associated identities of persons from state agencies that obtain biometric photographs in connection with issuing drivers’ licenses. According to the Government Accounting Office, since 2011, the FBI has conducted over 390,000 facial-recognition searches of federal and local databases, including state drivers’ license databases. Federal investigators have also established ongoing working relationships with state licensing officials. In its FOIA request to the Illinois Secretary of State, which is responsible for issuing drivers’ licenses in the state, The Rutherford Institute is seeking to know the extent to which the state has disclosed residents’ drivers’ license photographs to any federal or other government agencies.

The Rutherford Institute’s FOIA request is available here.

This press release is also available at www.rutherford.org.

The Rutherford Institute, a nonprofit civil liberties organization, defends individuals whose constitutional rights have been violated and educates the public about threats to their freedoms.

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