Archive | July 8, 2014

Gates Next Contribution to Eugenics*

Gates Next Contribution to Eugenics*

Some might call it an Obsessive Compulsive Disorder… first vaccines, then the Common Core Curriculum, then GM foods. Now by 2018, they hope any undesirable pregnant woman can have an abortion by remote control. Dehumanizing the whole experience, and removing responsibility, if it works (and there is no reason why it shouldn’t as RFID’s are based on microwave technology) all a woman will have to do is indulge in this next step in the NWO’s sex liberation, take the chip, and eradicate the consequence without a second thought. This is how school sex education started to reduce responsibility and commitment. No commitment, no family, and no values that keep getting in the way of the unelected global governors doing as they please. The only trouble is microwave technology causes DNA damage, the kind that results in disease, cause unknown due to lack of experience along with messing up the function of the hormones… Thank-you Bill Gates for your contribution to humanity!

By Dave Lee

A contraceptive computer chip that can be controlled by remote control has been developed in Massachusetts.

The chip is implanted under a woman’s skin, releasing a small dose of levonorgestrel, a hormone.

This will happen every day for 16 years, but can be stopped at any time by using a wireless remote control.

The project has been backed by Bill Gates, and will be submitted for pre-clinical testing in the US next year – and possibly go on sale by 2018.

The device measures 20mm x 20mm x 7mm and will be “competitively priced”, its creators said.

Convenience Factor

Tiny reservoirs of the hormone are stored on a 1.5cm-wide microchip within the device.

A small electric charge melts an ultra-thin seal around the levonorgestrel, releasing the 30 microgram dose into the body.

There are other types of contraceptive implant available, the researchers noted, but all require a trip to a clinic and an outpatient procedure in order to be deactivated.

“The ability to turn the device on and off provides a certain convenience factor for those who are planning their family,” said Dr Robert Farra from MIT.

The next challenge for the team is to ensure the absolute security of the device to prevent activation or deactivation by another person without the woman’s knowledge.

“Communication with the implant has to occur at skin contact level distance,” said Dr Farra.

“Someone across the room cannot re-programme your implant.

“Then we have secure encryption. That prevents someone from trying to interpret or intervene between the communications.”

Huge Range

The same technology could be used to administer other drugs.

Simon Karger, head of the surgical and interventional business at Cambridge Consultants, said that implanted technology like this faces a range of challenges and risks.

But he added that overall “the value to the patient of these types of implant can be huge and we foresee a future in which a huge range of conditions are treated through smart implanted systems”.

The innovation comes at a time when governments and organisations around the world have agreed to try to bring family planning to around 120 million more women by 2020.

This challenge opens the door to this kind of implant technology being used in areas where access to traditional contraceptives is limited – a bigger priority, argued Gavin Corley, a biomedical engineer.

“That’s a humanitarian application as opposed to satisfying a first-world need,” he told the BBC.


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Bertrand Russell on the Manipulation of Society*

Social sciences and the destruction of individuality

WiFi — an Invisible Threat to all Life*

The Rebirth of Paganism

220,000 Metal Workers on Strike in South Africa*

220,000 Metal Workers on Strike in South Africa*

By Patrick Bond

Workers are demanding higher wages and an end to neoliberal ANC policies…

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ISIL Faces Mosul Residents in Defence of Shrine*

ISIL Faces Mosul Residents in Defence of Shrine*

By Hassan Al-Obaidi in Baghdad

Hellenistic temple of Mrn at Hatra in Ninawa province is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. [Philippe Desmazes/AFP]

Dozens of men, women and children faced down “Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant” (ISIL) elements who were attempting to demolish the shrine and grave of Sheikh Fathi in Mosul’s al-Mashahda neighbourhood on June 24th, local figures told Mawtani.

The Sheikh Fathi shrine dates back to 1760 and is one of the city’s most important religious sites.

In addition to the sheikh’s grave, it includes a number of halls used as classrooms for lessons on Islamic teachings and memorisation of the holy Qur’an.

City residents set up a human chain around the sheikh’s shrine to protect it against the gunmen who had come to tear it down, said Mosul Tribes Council deputy head Ibrahim al-Hassan.

Some locals used rocks to attack the ISIL gunmen, “forcing them to leave the site after the number of people gathering in the area increased”, he told Mawtani.

“The ISIL elements were shocked by the speed with which residents gathered around the shrine because it was the first time since they had entered the city that a large popular crowd gathered against them in this way, which forced them to withdraw,” he said.

One local resident, who gave his name as Abu Salam al-Badrani for his own safety, told Mawtani he was among those who gathered around the shrine to prevent its demolition.

“These were moments of strength and elation at the same time as we felt unified before them,” he told Mawtani in a telephone interview.

“We stood with our faces unmasked and our chests before their rifles, while they were masked and hiding their faces from us.”

“Since the June event, ISIL elements have stopped demolishing statues and sacred shrines at the orders of their ‘governor’, fearing the people might clash with them,” said al-Badrani, who is 36.

Mosul residents are still moving out to other cities which are under the control of the Iraqi army and police, he added, attributing that to ISIL’s practices.

“ISIL proved to us with evidence and before our own eyes that it is impossible to live under their rule,” he said.

“Their daring to tear down the graves of prophets and good pious men […], demolishing small statues on the pretext they are blasphemous under Sunni Islamic rituals and practices, and flogging and beheading people […] prove to us one thing: ISIL is an occupation power, and it is not possible to live, deal or co-operate with it,” he said.

Increased co-operation with security forces against ISIL

Security reports show public co-operation with security forces increased threefold in Mosul after people discovered ISIL’s true identity and practices, Interior Ministry spokesman Brig. Gen. Saad Maan told Mawtani.

“ISIL’s behaviour is turning against it,” he said.

Maan described the incident at the shrine as “the first spark which will lead ISIL elements to their graves in Mosul and its suburbs”.

Mosul cleric Sheikh Rafih al-Hashemi told Mawtani ISIL’s entry into Mosul was a grievous matter, but it showed people up close the organisation’s phoniness and the emptiness of its slogans.

“The shrine incident helped the people regain their self-confidence, and showed them their true power and what they can do in the coming days,” he said.

“There is a real movement and upheaval in the Mosul ‘street’, which will lead to things that will change the present picture in Mosul tremendously,” al-Hashemi added.


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Ireland Removing the Right to Live in the Countryside*

Ireland Removing the Right to Live in the Countryside*

By Claire O’Sullivan

A candidate for Cork County Council has warned that the local authority’s draft county development plan is seeking to “strip people of the right to live in the countryside”.

According to Midleton-based candidate Wayne Halloran, the draft blueprint for the development of the county sets out that only those who work on the land should get planning permission to live in rural areas.

“As outlined on pages 60 and 61 of this document, planning permission will only be granted to those working on the land, those who have lived there for more than seven years, or those who have emigrated for over seven years and now want to return home to take care of elderly parents,” he said.

Mr Halloran said the new provisions mean farmers would not be able to leave sites to their children who have lived elsewhere but want to return to where they grew up.

“Neither is there provision for those who grew up in rural areas but had to move to find work elsewhere. There are no provisions for those who aspire to a rural life, but who grew up in urban areas. Or to those who were forced to move to Dublin, Cork, and other cities due to employment opportunities but who now wish to refocus their lives with a different work life balance.”

Mr Halloran is best known in East Cork for campaigning as part of the Clonmult-Lisgoold No Pylons group against EirGrid’s plans to build a corridor of 45m-high pylons from Cork to Wexford and on to Kildare.

He claimed the county development plan “effectively strip these people of the right to live in the countryside”.

It goes against the history, the nature, and the rights of Irish people to force such a ruling upon them. The established parties seem happy to fill the countryside with pylons and wind turbines, but cannot find space for the rural population that wish to live in a quiet, community-based lifestyle. They seek a life where they are surrounded by nature, by fresh air and by tranquillity.”

Earlier this year, a European cable and wire manufacturer representative group, brought to Ireland for an anti-pylon conference organised by Labour MEP Phil Prendergast, warned the proliferation of one-off housing in Ireland had made it difficult to put EirGrid’s planned powerlines underground.

It would be possible to avoid people’s homes by running the Gridlink cables underground in residential areas if rural housing development was more concentrated, said Volker Wendt, the director of public affairs with Europacable.


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