Archive | April 4, 2014

Polio Vaccine Spreads Polio-like Disease*

Polio Vaccine Spreads Polio-like Disease*

By Janine Griffiths

Vaccinations are often sold to the population on the premise that they will reduce the likelihood of developing disease.

Mothers who fail to vaccinate their children are often made to feel reckless and irresponsible. In some cases, that may even be enough to trigger an investigation by social services.

Take the polio vaccine for example. In the West, it has been claimed that the disease which affected Franklin D Roosevelt has been eradicated thanks to the jabs.

Therefore, the only people who should contract polio are are the ones who have not had the vaccination right? Wrong.

In California, doctors are warning that a new – get ready for this – “polio-like” disease has been affecting 20 people, predominantly children.

In all of the cases that were examined by doctors, the children had incidentally, been vaccinated against polio. For this reason, the authorities are carefully avoiding classifying the disease as polio.

Instead, they say that a detailed analysis of five cases showed enterovirus-68 – which is related to poliovirus – could be to blame.

Here’s the thing with drug vaccinations they usually only treat one form of the disease. This is why you have endless flu vaccinations and multiple meningitis jabs, for example, because it only works against one strain at a time.

Incidentally, many people report coming down with the flu after taking the flu shot.

With this new “polio-like” illness, symptoms have ranged from restricted movement in one limb to severe weakness in both legs and arms.

The symptoms have also failed to respond to “aggressive medical treatment”.

The cases have been spread over a 100-mile diameter (160km) so the research team do not think the virus represents a single cluster or outbreak. However, many more people could have been infected without developing serious symptoms – as was the case with polio.

Dr Waubant suspects similar cases in Asia could explain why California is affected, but not the rest of the US. Fellow researcher Dr Keith Van Haren, from Stanford University, said the cases “highlight the possibility of an emerging infectious polio-like syndrome” in California.

He added: “We would like to stress that this syndrome appears to be very, very rare. Any time a parent sees symptoms of paralysis in a child, the child should be seen by a doctor right away.” Polio, or poliomyelitis, is an infectious viral disease that can strike at any age and cause paralysis.

No investigation has been conducted over whether the vaccinations could indeed have triggered the illness in the individuals concerned.


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Parents Blackmailed By Doctor: Vaccinate or We Take Your Child*

U.S. Moving Closer to Changing the Constitution*

U.S. Moving Closer to Changing the Constitution*

…that is increasingly not applied…

By Paul Joseph Watson

We the people...The entire U.S. Constitution could be up for review after Michigan became the 34th state to vote in favor of a Constitutional Convention, satisfying a rule that states America’s founding document can be amended if two thirds of state legislatures approve the measure.

Article V of the U.S. Constitution states that Congress “shall call a convention for proposing amendments” should the two thirds requirement be met, which it was last week when Michigan lawmakers endorsed the move.

Following the vote, California Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter called for a Constitutional Convention to be given the go ahead.

“Based on several reports and opinions, Michigan might be the 34th state to issue such a call and therefore presents the constitutionally-required number of states to begin the process of achieving a balanced budget amendment,” Hunter wrote.

While some would welcome the opportunity to amend the Constitution to institute fiscal conservatism, others fear the move could easily be hijacked to negate parts of the document that protect fundamental liberties, such as the right to bear arms and freedom of speech.

Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens recently called for ”improving” the Constitution by changing the second amendment so the right to bear arms only applied to those in a “militia” and not the general public at large.

“Nevertheless, in such a convention, the ENTIRE Constitution is subject to review and can be altered and changed. This could be everything from installing “social justice” to the dissolution of the federal government. Everything is on the table as if we were back in 1776 Philadelphia,” writes Martin Armstrong, adding that the Michigan vote represents an, “unprecedented event to amend the U.S. Constitution.”

Fox News’ Barnini Chakraborty notes that it is unclear whether the 34 state requirement has been met since some have rescinded their votes, but constitutional scholar Gregory Watson said there could be no take backs.

“If it is ultimately adjudicated that a state may not rescind a prior application, then Ohio’s 2013 application for a Balanced Budget Amendment convention would be the 33rd and Michigan’s 2014 application would be the 34th on that topic,” said Watson.


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The U.S. Created ‘Cuban Twitter’ To Stir Unrest*

The U.S. Created ‘Cuban Twitter’ To Stir Unrest*

The U.S. government masterminded the creation of a “Cuban Twitter” — a communications network designed to undermine the communist government in Cuba, built with secret shell companies and financed through foreign banks, The Associated Press has learned.

The project, which lasted more than two years and drew tens of thousands of subscribers, sought to evade Cuba’s stranglehold on the Internet with a primitive social media platform. First, the network would build a Cuban audience, mostly young people; then, the plan was to push them toward dissent.

Yet its users were neither aware it was created by a U.S. agency with ties to the State Department, nor that American contractors were gathering personal data about them, in the hope that the information might be used someday for political purposes.

It is unclear whether the scheme was legal under U.S. law, which requires written authorization of covert action by the president and congressional notification. Officials at USAID would not say who had approved the program or whether the White House was aware of it. The Cuban government declined a request for comment.

At minimum, details uncovered by the AP appear to muddy the U.S. Agency for International Development’s longstanding claims that it does not conduct covert actions, and could undermine the agency’s mission to deliver aid to the world’s poor and vulnerable — an effort that requires the trust and cooperation of foreign governments.

USAID and its contractors went to extensive lengths to conceal Washington’s ties to the project, according to interviews and documents obtained by the AP. They set up front companies in Spain and the Cayman Islands to hide the money trail, and recruited CEOs without telling them they would be working on a U.S. taxpayer-funded project.

“There will be absolutely no mention of United States government involvement,” according to a 2010 memo from Mobile Accord Inc., one of the project’s creators. “This is absolutely crucial for the long-term success of the service and to ensure the success of the Mission.”

The project, dubbed “ZunZuneo,” slang for a Cuban hummingbird’s tweet, was publicly launched shortly after the 2009 arrest in Cuba of American contractor Alan Gross. He was imprisoned after traveling repeatedly to the country on a separate, clandestine USAID mission to expand Internet access using sensitive technology that only governments use.

USAID said in a statement that it is “proud of its work in Cuba to provide basic humanitarian assistance, promote human rights and fundamental freedoms, and to help information flow more freely to the Cuban people,” whom it said “have lived under an authoritarian regime” for 50 years. The agency said its work was found to be “consistent with U.S. law.”

Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and chairman of the Appropriations Committee’s State Department and foreign operations subcommittee, said the ZunZuneo revelations were troubling.

“There is the risk to young, unsuspecting Cuban cellphone users who had no idea this was a U.S. government-funded activity,” he said. “There is the clandestine nature of the program that was not disclosed to the appropriations subcommittee with oversight responsibility.”

The AP obtained more than 1,000 pages of documents about the project’s development. It independently verified the project’s scope and details in the documents through publicly available databases, government sources and interviews with those involved in ZunZuneo.

The estimated $1.6 million spent on ZunZuneo was publicly earmarked for an unspecified project in Pakistan, public government data show, but those documents don’t reveal where the funds were actually spent.

For more than two years, ZunZuneo grew and reached at least 40,000 subscribers. But documents reveal the team found evidence Cuban officials tried to trace the text messages and break into the ZunZuneo system. USAID told the AP that ZunZuneo stopped in September 2012 when a government grant ended.


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