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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

TS Radio Network: Tanya TalkS… WETUMKA, A LITTLE CITY IN OKLAHOMA, Part II

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Join us Sunday evening September 22, 2019 at 7:00 CST!

5:00 pm PST…6:00 pm MST…7:00 pm CST…8:00 pm EST

Listen Live HERE!

Call in number 917-388-4520

Hit #1 immediately when Blogtalk answers to speak to the host.

Hosted by Tanya Hathaway

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Tanya Talks is presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Whistleblower’s Summit taking place in Washington D.C., 2020

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WETUMKA, A LITTLE CITY IN OKLAHOMA, Part II

Mayor Jackson, under the microscope

Tanya Talks- Where your voice is heard- and your story is told” will be aired Sunday evening, September 15th on“Marti Oakley’s TS Radio Network” and also live broadcast on Stephen Burke’s 89.9 KLRB FM at: 5 pm pacific, 5 pm pacific, 6 pm mountain, 7 pm central and 8 eastern time.

Mayor Jackson has been DECLINED his invitation to the show albeit there has been correspondence. “Tanya Talks” has requested statements as well, defenses of allegations and the rotating door of employees. on the show to discuss the matters discussed on this initial series. We will discuss the correspondence and swiftly move to the viable information that can or cannot lead to the people ultimate overturning his position as “Mayor”.

– Are promises being kept, or proactively in progress?

-How’s the electric bill?- The water?

– Do you feel the Wetumka is in a better place since Mayor Jackson was elected? Why/Why not

-Did your current Mayor represent himself accurately while campaigning?

-What promises are being fulfilled and what are not?

-What do you feel or know is unethical, non-transparent, questionable- if anything.

A rebuttal by Mayor Jackson to an article in The Hughes County Tribune has been forwarded to “Tanya Talks”. We’ll talk about the significance and your response to his.

There must be more than a dislike for “JJ” to be removed. Information is being forwarded and let’s not let it subside. Who is willing to document what they know under the pain and penalty of perjury? Sign a petition? Contact your representatives IN WRITING and keep a copy so we know just how many have let their concerns be known.

A request has been made late on Friday for the status of a voter fraud investigation. A response is pending.

Wetumkans- “Where your voice is heard- and your story is told”. Call in anonymously if you feel you protect your identity. Please message Tanya Hathaway through “Injustice In Oklahoma Exposed” fb page or via email below to provide your phone number in advance for our producer if you can.

CONTACT “TANYA TALKS”

We look forward to hearing from you. You decide what you’re ready to do and what’s the right timing for you. Listen tonight and send your information to: injusticeinoklahom@gmail.com

Follow pages “ Journeys To Justice” and “Injustice In Oklahoma Exposed” We might not be all that fancy, but we’re getting it done – isn’t that what REALLY matters… ***Tanya Hathaway is not an attorney and cannot and does not give legal advise. Neither Hathaway, TS Radio Network, 89.9 KLRB FM personally or professionally can be held liable for errors or misstatements. Tanya is an advocate, activist, public speaker, media member that believes in truth telling and making things right!

TS Radio Network: Bozgoz’s vs. VA Corruption

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Join us Thursday evening September 19. 2019 at 7:00 pm CST!

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Circuses struggling to find new clowns as top prospects continue to go into politics

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Circuses are struggling to fill clown positions as top prospects are often heading into politics instead, it’s emerged.

The number of circus clowns has shrunk to a dangerously low level – and politics is being blamed for snatching up all the best prospects.

‘We used to have half a dozen clowns in our circus. Now we have just one because the rest have retired or gone into politics. And young prospects aren’t even considering a career in the circus any more,’ said Richard Majesty, a worried ringmaster.

‘You just have to look at the current political figures to see where they’ve snatched talent from us. Boris Johnson, Jacob Rees-Mogg and Jeremy Corbyn all would have made excellent clowns. Even across the pond, they have Donald Trump,’ Majesty sighed.

Circuses have found they just can’t compete with the money and attention that surrounds politics. Instead, a group of circuses are considering joining forces to become their own political party.

‘Although I doubt anyone will notice anything different about us,’ said Richard.

And you think guns are the problem??

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Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House

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Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House

By Michael Wolff

Little Brown Book Group (2018)

Book Review

The most remarkable aspect of this book is its blow-by-blow account of Team Trump – from his nomination in July 2016 to Steve Bannon’s firing in August 2017. Unlike prior presidential administrations, which are extremely guarded about their inner workings, Trump’s White House offered the media virtually unfettered access during his first nine months. According to Wolff this occurred for four main reasons: 1) Trump’s impulsive daily tweets 2) the constant “weaponized” leaks from warring Trump staffers* 3) Trump’s nightly rambling calls to wealthy supporters** and 4) his willingness to allow more public access to the Oval Office than any previous president.

While Wolff cite sources for his factual statements and quotes, the book has been carefully fact checked, in addition to being reviewed by two libel attorneys.***

As a psychiatrist, what I found most interesting about Fire and Fury is the insight it reveals into Trump’s psychological functioning. The current President is described by nearly everyone who has worked with him as extremely childlike, guileless, impulsive, undisciplined, incapable of following a game plan and impossible to communicate with. He trusts no one.

One of the few direct quotes in the book is from his former scheduler Katie Walsh: “It’s like trying to figure out what a child wants.”

My favorite quote, though, comes from Trump himself during a staff discussion about repealing Obamacare: “Why can’t Medicare simply cover everyone?”

Toning down Trump’s impulsiveness has been virtually impossible, though some staffers have been able to influence his behavior by winding him up.

Trump categorically refuses to read written briefings or watch PowerPoint presentations. He also refuses to listen to long verbal briefings and tends not to follow scripted statements. He always prefers to be the one talking, typically coming out with long rambling statements in which he frequently repeats himself.

Wolff’s introduction also confirms what many analysts have surmised: Trump didn’t intend to win the Presidency. His original plan was to use the media exposure to launch his own TV network. In fact, Trump refused to invest any of his own money in the campaign (although he loaned them $10 million).


*Prior to Bannon’s departure in August 2017, there was no White House chain of command and no clearly defined duties for any of its staff. Four discrete factions – Bannon, Jared Kushner/Ivana Trump (Bannon called them Jarvanka) nominal Chief of staff Reince Priebus and Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway were at continual war with one another in controlling Team Trump. According to many sources, Trump essentially served as his own chief of staff and press secretary, in that he phone reporters, dictated quotes and personally reviewed all press releases.

**The recipients of these calls (concerning unfavorable media and Trump’s “incompetent” staff) were so alarmed by them that they often felt compelled to pass on their content to White House staff and/or reporters.

***The Trump family is notoriously litigious, and Wolff and his publisher must be able to document the book’s assertions in a libel suit.

 

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