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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

Get Your Head Out Of Your False Left vs. Right Paradigm

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Don Bowman

 

OPINION:

I cannot believe, after successive presidency’s reflecting both supposed political ideologies and party’s, that anyone is still buying into the right vs. left, Republican vs. Democrat, liberal vs. conservative, BS. And it is BS.

Playing on, at times, extreme religious beliefs, or manufactured propaganda meant to frighten you in to accepting another war of aggression, or professed moral righteousness, we are encouraged to vote for one party or the other. Along with the tossing about of the words socialism and communism and the chronic hysteria that accompanies those words, many of us are convinced that our votes really matter or that things will actually change as a result. Actually, they do change…they always get worse. Makes no difference which wing of the this one party system you vote for.

Combining church and state?

We have a 1st amendment prohibiting that and for good reason.

Let me say that the lunacy emanating from churches in today’s world is enough to make a rational, reasonable man’s head explode. When I see blanket statements such as “Democrats hate Conservatives and Christians”…Really?? Really America? How many of you actually believe that? Or how about, “conservatives hate Democrats and they are satanists?” Are you really that easily manipulated and stupid? But if you need one, the barrage of idiotic religious drivel from either side of this combination of church and state, or, the lack thereof, is really obnoxious.

That’s Socialism! That’s Socialism!

First, let’s clear one thing up right off the bat! America is in no danger of becoming a socialist or communist nation. We are heading full steam ahead More

Protective Stupidity and the Manufactured White Nationalist Threat

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The WORST Part of the Epstein Case—James Corbett

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This is a “must watch” report by James Corbett who absolutely nails the contrived language used to divert the conversation regarding the Epstein sex trafficking scandal, from the scandal itself.  The chronic use of the term “conspiracy theorists” to describe anyone who is following this scandal and/or has been reporting on it is a propaganda tactic used to deflect from the actual issues and to marginalize anyone who looked at the facts and concluded that something was radically wrong with the public picture being painted.

The WORST Part of the Epstein Case – #PropagandaWatch

Published on Jul 16, 2019

 

SHOW NOTES: https://www.corbettreport.com/?p=32026 According to the dinosaur media, the worst part about the exposure of Jeffrey Epstein’s child sex trafficking and high-level blackmail operation is that it bolsters conspiracy theories about child sex trafficking and elite corruption. Newsflash: they’re trying to gaslight you. Don’t fall for it for a second.

Form: The Greenville Post: How Stupid Do They Think We Are?

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The Greenville Post

Patrick Armstrong

“I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”

Consumers of the print or electronic output of the League of Copy Typists and their Instructors are expected to believe many impossible things and believe them, not just before breakfast, but all day too.

Come to think it, believing any part of the official Skripal story, from the incredibly lethal nerve agent that didn’t kill them, to the spectacular coincidence of the British Army’s chief nurse being on the scene, to the re-wrapped perfume bottle would tax the White Queen’s ability. Here’s a list. But that’s not to say that we’re finished yet: there always seems to be another absurdity like the dead ducks.

Source: How Stupid Do They Think We Are?

Should We Panic over the Measles Outbreaks?

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by: Jane M. Orient, M.D.

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In general, it is not a good idea to panic about anything. The panic itself often causes more harm than the original threat.

Crisis situations, real or contrived, lead to new intrusive laws that the public would never accept otherwise. We supposedly cherish freedom, but if we believe that the world will end if we don’t act NOW, then we may clamor for the government to save us. Cynical politicians bent on increasing their power never let a crisis go to waste.

Something like the Green New Deal—the end of our comfortable, prosperous lifestyle—takes a truly apocalyptic threat. But to eliminate our freedom to decline a medical treatment, the threat that “millions will die” of measles is evidently enough. Or if not millions (most older people had measles and recovered fully), a few especially vulnerable children, who can’t be vaccinated themselves, might catch measles and die.

There are several hundred cases of measles nationwide, more than in 2014, and bills are being pushed through state legislatures to eliminate all but very narrow exemptions to the 60 shots now mandated for school attendance.

In New York City, people are receiving summonses based on Mayor Bill de Blasio’s emergency order. Everybody, adult or child, who lives in four ZIP code areas must get an MMR shot or prove immunity, or face the prospect of a $1,000 fine ($2,000 if you don’t appear as ordered). Your religious exemption is overridden. The threat of 6 months in prison and the prospect of forcible vaccination were removed before a hearing on a lawsuit brought by five mothers. The judge dismissed the case.

Health Commissioner Oxiris Barbot said that the purpose of the fines is not to punish but to encourage more people to proclaim the message that vaccines are safe and effective. Get it? If you say something to avoid a fine, that makes it true. More

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