Archive | November 18, 2013

Love Even Affects the Size of a Child’s Brain*

Love Even Affects the Size of a Child’s Brain*

A Mother's LoveThe level of abuse towards children is at an all time high. The level of disregard for the emotional needs of children by the elite run institutions in every aspect of our lives from education, to health, as well as paedophilia and satanic practices can effect generations to come. It is not just about mother’s love, it is also about the kind of social engineering that seeks to destroy the impact motherly love has on a child’s well-being and potential.

Some neuroscientists have not been side-tracked into brain manipulation, and re still discovering the undeniable truth clouded by decades of propaganda, but truths that affirm knowledge passed down from generation-to-generation.

You comfort them over a skinned knee in the playground, and coax them to sleep with a soothing lullaby. But being a nurturing mother is not just about emotional care – it pays dividends by determining the size of your child’s brain, scientists say.


Both of these images are brain scans of a two three-year-old children, but the brain on the left is considerably larger, has fewer spots and less dark areas, compared to the one on the right.

Shocking: According to neurologists the sizeable difference between these two brains has one primary cause – the way were treated by their mothers

According to neurologists this sizeable difference has one primary cause – the way each child was treated by their mothers.

But the child with the shrunken brain was the victim of severe neglect and abuse.

Babies’ brains grow and develop as they interact with their environment and learn how to function within it.

When babies’ cries bring food or comfort, they are strengthening the neuronal pathways that help them learn how to get their needs met, both physically and emotionally. But babies who do not get responses to their cries, and babies whose cries are met with abuse, learn different lessons.

The neuronal pathways that are developed and strengthened under negative conditions prepare children to cope in that negative environment, and their ability to respond to nurturing and kindness may be impaired.

According to research reported by the newspaper, the brain on the right in the image above worryingly lacks some of the most fundamental areas present in the image on the left.

The consequences of these deficits are pronounced – the child on the left with the larger brain will be more intelligent and more likely to develop the social ability to empathise with others.

This type of severe, global neglect can have devastating consequences. The extreme lack of stimulation may result in fewer neuronal pathways available for learning.

The lack of opportunity to form an attachment with a nurturing caregiver during infancy may mean that some of these children will always have difficulties forming meaningful relationships with others. But studies have also found that time played a factor–children who were adopted as young infants have shown more recovery than children who were adopted as toddlers.

But in contrast, the child with the shrunken brain will be more likely to become addicted to drugs and involved in violent crimes, much more likely to be unemployed and to be dependent on state benefits.

The child is also more likely to develop mental and other serious health problems.

Some of the specific long-term effects of abuse and neglect on the developing brain can include:

Diminished growth in the left hemisphere, which may increase the risk for depression

Irritability in the limbic system, setting the stage for the emergence of panic disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder

Smaller growth in the hippocampus and limbic abnormalities, which can increase the risk for dissociative disorders and memory impairments

Impairment in the connection between the two brain hemispheres, which has been linked to symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
Professor Allan Schore, of UCLA, told The Sunday Telegraph that if a baby is not treated properly in the first two years of life, it can have a fundamental impact on development.

He pointed out that the genes for several aspects of brain function, including intelligence, cannot function.

And sadly there is a chance they may never develop and come into existence.

These has concerning implications for neglected children that are taken into care past the age of two.

It also seems that the more severe the mother’s neglect, the more pronounced the damage can be.

The images also have worrying consequences for the childhood neglect cycle – often parents who, because their parents neglected them, do not have fully developed brains, neglect their own children in a similar way.

But research in the U.S. has shown the cycle can be successfully broken if early intervention is staged and families are supported.

The study correlates with research released earlier this year that found that children who are given love and affection from their mothers early in life are smarter with a better ability to learn.

The experiences of infancy and early childhood provide the organizing framework for the expression of children’s intelligence, emotions, and personalities.

When those experiences are primarily negative, children may develop emotional, behavioral, and learning problems that persist throughout their lifetime, especially in the absence of targeted interventions.

The study by child psychiatrists and neuroscientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, found school-aged children whose mothers nurtured them early in life have brains with a larger hippocampus, a key structure important to learning, memory and response to stress.

The research was the first to show that changes in this critical region of children’s brain anatomy are linked to a mother’s nurturing, Neurosciencenews.com reports.

The research is published online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Early Edition.

Lead author Joan L. Luby, MD, professor of child psychiatry, said the study reinforces how important nurturing parents are to a child’s development.

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Christopher Columbus’s Reign of Terror in the Caribbean

Christopher Columbus’s Reign of Terror in the Caribbean

In 1492 the indigenous Arawak people of the Caribbean Islands encountered Christopher Columbus of Spain. Columbus wrote in his log: “They would make fine servants… With fifty men we could subjugate them all and make them do whatever we want.” Columbus proceeded to unleash a reign of terror unlike anything seen before. When he was finished, eight million Arawaks have been exterminated by torture, murder, force labor, starvation, disease and despair.

Columbus’ atrocities, with cross and sword, were justified by the Christian doctrine of “divine discovery” and set religious and legal precedent for the invasion and genocide of America’s indigenous peoples… for the next 500 years and beyond. By 1650 a precarious relationship between the first nations of the East Coast of North America and New England colonies was collapsing… into slaughter and enslavement of native people by settlers who wanted more land and wealth. Most of the English colonies sanctioned and encouraged scalping Indians. In 1776, the United States gave birth to the first 13 states on land taken through the ethnic cleansing of dozens of tribes. The Declaration of Independence further enshrined the belief of Euro-American settlers’ supremacy by declaring native peoples to be merciless Indian savages.

In 1787, United States adopted its Constitution… Article 6 established treaties as the supreme “Law of the Land.” Despite this supreme law, treaties with sovereign native nations became slippery promises, easily broken when convenient. In 1823, in the case of Johnson and Graham’s Lessee v. McIntosh, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the first nation people’s right of occupancy was subordinate to the United States divine right of discovery. “The United States has unequivocally agreed… that discovery gave an exclusive right to extinguish the Indian title of occupancy.”

This landmark ruling provided legal cover for governmental policies that would claim white Euro-Christian supremacy as justification for stealing indigenous lands and for the genocide of native peoples. In 1849, the California Gold Rush triggered the mass western migration of settlers putting them in direct conflict with existing indigenous nations.

Related Topics:

The Taino of the Caribbean: the People Who Do Not Exist

Controlling Haiti

Controlling Haiti’s Gold

The Doctrine of Discovery

Australia: When Recognition Means the End for the Indigenous

Planned Genocide in Progress*

The Case of Genocide in Canada

To Be Washed of their Sins

The Slavish Past of the Irish*

Harvesting Palestinian Organs*