Archive | September 19, 2015

From 700 Painful Seizures Daily to 90 Days of CBD 70-90% Reduction in Seizures*

From 700 Painful Seizures Daily to 90 Days of CBD 70-90% Reduction in Seizures*

Since she was a small baby, Millie had suffered from epilepsy and was having up to 700 painful and terrifying seizures a day. She was diagnosed with infantile spasms, a case so severe that her parents had little hope that she would ever walk or talk. In this clip from the National Geographic’s ‘Cannabis For Kids’ series, Millie’s consultant admits on camera that traditional pharmaceutical drugs for epilepsy can “cause tremendous problems for these children,” and her parents agreed. Millie was on three different medications and her parents wanted to explore the alternatives.

“We felt like our hands were tied,” her father explains.

They made a tough decision to leave most of their possessions and move to Colorado, where medical marijuana is legal and accessible. Millie’s parents began administering CBD to treat the epilepsy, and saw a huge improvement immediately.

“Within 15 minutes of giving her the first dose, she was wide awake and looking around,” says her mother.

The first 90 days of CBD treatment amazed Millie’s parents: the number of seizures she suffered per day dropped by between 70-90%.

They admit that starting this journey was “scary and difficult,” but have no regrets whatsoever about their decision to use cannabis.

“I don’t know why people are so afraid of this,” her father says.

“We’ve gone from a place where we didn’t think we’d have our daughter with us for long to a place where it’s possible she will walk and talk like other children.”

Her mother agrees, saying that when she thinks of the future, she imagines a happy one, one in which her daughter has “beaten the odds.”

This is all thanks to a miraculous natural healing plant, a gift to mankind which is still illegal in most of the world.

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Children Exposed to GMO Soy Pesticides Suffer ‘Serious Genetic Damage*

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Study Finds Antipsychotic Drugs Shrinks the Brain*

Damages of £120,000 Awarded for Narcolepsy Caused by Swine Flu Vaccine*

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U.S. Classifying Bitcoin as a Commodity So It can be Taxed and Regulated*

U.S. Classifying Bitcoin as a Commodity So It can be Taxed and Regulated*

By John Vibes

This week, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) made an announcement that virtual money will officially be considered a “commodity,” meaning that they have placed currencies like Bitcoin under their jurisdiction to be taxed and regulated.

According to the press release:

“In this order, the CFTC for the first time finds that Bitcoin and other virtual currencies are properly defined as commodities. The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) today issued an Order filing and simultaneously settling charges against Coinflip, Inc. d/b/a Derivabit (Coinflip) and its chief executive officer Francisco Riordan for conducting activity related to commodity options transactions without complying with the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA) and CFTC Regulations, specifically, by operating a facility for the trading or processing of commodity options without complying with the CEA or CFTC Regulations otherwise applicable to swaps or conducting the activity pursuant to the CFTC’s exemption for trade options. Coinflip is based in San Francisco, California, and Riordan resides in San Francisco.”

“While there is a lot of excitement surrounding Bitcoin and other virtual currencies, innovation does not excuse those acting in this space from following the same rules applicable to all participants in the commodity derivatives markets,” Aitan Goelman, the CFTC’s director of enforcement told Bloomberg Business.

For years, governments all over the world have been attempting to tax and regulate Bitcoin, the free and anonymous currency that has been used by different people from all walks of life. Bitcoin was first popularized by the gaming community and then was later thrust into the global spotlight when it was utilized in a variety of underground markets. Given the anonymous, peer-to-peer nature of Bitcoin, it is technically physically impossible to regulate. However, over the past few years the federal government has been developing relationships with some of the big players in the Bitcoin industry, and unfortunately, many of them are selling out. Cody Wilson, 3-D printing activist and pioneer was one of the early adopters and promoters of Bitcoin, and even he has said that the Bitcoin community has “sold out” and opened up the market to federal regulation.

Wilson’s interview with Derrick Broze can be seen below:

 

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Syrian Army Kills 80 Terrorists in Lattakia, destroys tunnel in Aleppo*

Syrian Army Kills 80 Terrorists in Lattakia, destroys tunnel in Aleppo*

The army and armed forces on Saturday continued combating terrorists all over the country, killing scores of them and injuring others.

Lattakia

Units of the army and the armed forces, in cooperation with the popular defense groups, killed at least 80 terrorists in operations carried out against dens of the Takfiri terrorist organizations in the northern countryside of the coastal Lattakia province.

A military source told SANA that 33 terrorists at least were killed, most of them from Jabhat al-Nusra in operations carried out by a unit of the army against their dens and positions in the camp of al-Atira village in Rabi’aa area, 60 km to the north of Lattakia.

The source added that 7 of the terrorists’ vehicles were destroyed with all arms and ammunition inside them and all terrorists onboard were killed.

A unit of the army also carried out bombardments against positions of the terrorist organizations in al-Souda village in the northeastern countryside of the province, killing 47 terrorists and injuring others, in addition to destroying their arms and ammunition.

Aleppo

Meanwhile, An army unit killed and injured a number of terrorists and destroyed their vehicles, some of which equipped with machineguns, and mortar launchers in al-Mansourah village and Khan al-Assal area in the western and southwestern countryside of Aleppo province, according to the source.

Another army unit targeted positions of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists in Kafr Hamra village in Aleppo’s northwestern countryside, killing a number of them and destroying their weapons, ammunition, equipment and machinegun-equipped vehicles.

More terrorists were killed and others were injured during army operations that targeted their hideouts in Hareitan town, located on the road leading to Turkey.

Gatherings of terrorists were targeted in al-Ameriyeh village in the southeastern countryside of the province, while others’ hideouts and positions were hit in al-Sheikh Lutfi village on the southwestern outskirts of Aleppo city.

In the eastern countryside of Aleppo, an army unit killed a number of ISIS terrorists and injured others as it targeted their gatherings in the surroundings of the Air Force Academy.

In Aleppo city, the army targeted terrorists’ positions in the neighborhoods of al-Rashidin, Bani zaid, al-Ramouseh, Old Aleppo, al-Lairamoun, Jamiyet al-Zahra, al-Shaar, al-Fardous, al-Kallaseh and al-Sheikh Saeed.

A tunnel dug and used by terrorists in Salah Eddin neighbourhood was destroyed.

Idleb

Popular defence groups in cooperation with locals in al-Foua’a and Kafriya towns in Idleb countryside thwarted a terrorist attack by Jabhat al-Nusra organization, the so-called Turkistan Islamic Party and Jund al-Aqsa, inflicting heavy losses in personnel and munitions upon them.

Field sources inside al-Foua’a told SANA by phone that the popular defence groups with a coverage by the Syrian Army’s Air Force left hundreds of deaths and injuries in the ranks of Takfiri terrorist organizations during the past 24 hours on the axes of towns and villages of Bennesh, Ma’aret Masreen, Taftanaz, Ram Hamdan, Deir al-Zaghab, al-Sawaghiyeh in the surroundings of Kafriya and al-Floua’a towns.

The sources said that the Popular defence groups in Kafriya and al-Foua’a fought the fiercest clashes since the start of the siege on the two towns with terrorist organizations, destroying 12 various vehicles on Taum axis in addition to four armoured vehicles and five car bombs.

Terrorist organizations pulled the bodies of many dead and dozens injured terrorists to Ma’aret Masreen town near al-Foua’a before some vehicles came and took them to the Turkish territories, according to the sources.

Meanwhile, terrorist organizations acknowledged on their social media pages that more than 28 of their members were killed, including a leader in Jabhat al-Nusra and leader of the so-called Ansar al-Sham brigades.

Daraa

In the southern Daraa province, an army unit destroyed 3 of Jabhat al-Nusra and other terrorist organizations’ vehicles and killed a number of their members in al-Nazihin camp and al-Kark neighbourhood in Daraa al-Balad.

The army operations against one of the terrorist organizations’ supply routes in al-Manshiyeh neighbourhood ended up with the killing and injuring of a number of terrorists and the destruction of their weapons and ammunition.

Meanwhile, terrorist organizations admitted on their social media websites that they have received big losses in personnel and equipment, and the killing of a number of their members, among them Mohanad Naser al-Elian al-Hariri.

Sweida

An army unit targeted the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorists in al-Saqiyeh village in the northeastern countryside of the southern province of Sweida.

The army operations ended up with the killing and injuring of a number of the ISIS terrorists and the destruction of their vehicle with all weapons and ammunition inside it.

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Four out of Five Migrants are NOT from Syria*

Four out of Five Migrants are NOT from Syria*

One wandered if anybody was going to explore this in the midst of E.U. paranoia over the mass migration. Aylan Kurdi, the toddler who drowned was a Kurd, but some media still refer to him as Syrian.

With the media hype adding fuel to the fire the hysteria just seemed to fit what the global cabal wants us to believe so they can have legitimacy to invade Syria, and oust Assad. When the immigrant flood has not been processed, how do they know the ethnic make-up of the immigrants apparently waiting to ‘invade’ racist Europe, let alone if there are ISIS members (all 4 of them) amongst the migrants? Most of the rebel factions are foreign mercenaries and military!

Hungary has announced plans to build a giant fence along the Croatian border – just days after sealing off access from Serbia with a 100 mile razor-wire barrier (pictured)

Only one in every five migrants claiming asylum in Europe is from Syria.

The EU logged 213,000 arrivals in April, May and June but only 44,000 of them were fleeing the Syrian civil war.

Campaigners and left-wing MPs have suggested the vast majority of migrants are from the war-torn state, accusing the Government of doing too little to help them.

‘This exposes the lie peddled in some quarters that vast numbers of those reaching Europe are from Syria,’ said David Davies, Tory MP for Monmouth.

‘Most people who are escaping the war will go to camps in Lebanon or Jordan.

‘Many of those who have opted to risk their lives to come to Europe have done so for economic reasons.’

Sir Bill Cash, a fellow Tory, said:

‘These figures make extremely disturbing reading. The whole argument has been made that this influx is all real refugees from Syria whereas this adds to the substantial evidence that there are a large number of economic migrants who are aiming for a better life.’

The figures from Eurostat, the EU’s official statistical agency, show that migration from April to June was running at double the level of the same period in 2014.

The number of Afghans lodging asylum claims is up four-fold, from 6,300 to 27,000. Another 17,700 claims were made by Albanians, whose country is at peace.

A further 13,900 applicants came from Iraq which, like Syria, is being torn apart by the Islamic State terror group.

Half a million migrants have arrived in Europe so far this year, with 156,000 coming in August alone. Rather than claiming asylum in the first safe EU country they reach, most head on toward wealthy northern states. The human cost of the crisis has been paid by the estimated 3,000 migrants who have drowned after putting their lives in the hands of people smugglers for the perilous crossing of the Mediterranean.

Risks being taken by many families were highlighted by the deaths of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi and his brother Galip, five, whose bodies were washed up on the tourist beach of Bodrum in Turkey earlier this month.

More than 250,000 migrants have reached Greece and Italy, where the authorities are close to breaking point.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel fuelled the chaos last month by declaring that any Syrian who reached the country could claim asylum.

When the numbers became uncontrollable Berlin shut its borders, throwing Austria, Hungary and other EU countries into turmoil.

Croatia has received 14,000 migrants in the past two days and was last night moving some to the Hungarian border.

Hungary is laying razor wire on the border having done the same on its border with Serbia.

Croatia has closed seven of eight road crossings to Serbia and ordered its border guards to redirect migrants to Hungary and Slovenia. The Hungarian government described this as ‘totally unacceptable’.

Violence broke out yesterday between Syrian and Afghan migrants fighting to board trains across Croatia.

And Slovenian riot police last night stood in the path of 200 migrants trying to enter from Croatia. Slovenian ministers say they will accept asylum seekers but send back anyone deemed to be an illegal immigrant.

Britain, which received 7,470 asylum applications between April and June, has come under fire for failing to join an EU scheme to spread 160,000 migrants between the 28 member states.

David Cameron has announced the UK will shelter 20,000 vulnerable Syrians from camps in Lebanon and Jordan. But he rejected calls to take migrants already in Europe, saying this would encourage more to make the dangerous journey.

Yvette Cooper, who chairs Labour’s refugee taskforce, said: ‘Britain’s approach of only planning to take refugees from the camps in Syria isn’t working.

‘It ignores the crisis also happening in Europe itself and means Britain has no leverage to get other countries to sign up to help.’

But a Home Office spokesman said

: ‘Claiming asylum must not be viewed as an easy means of settlement by those who are not actually refugees.

‘We need systems which keep out unfounded claims so we can all respond more quickly and effectively to those genuinely in need of refuge.

‘That is why the UK is focused on resettling genuine Syrian refugees directly from the region. This will ensure we are taking in the most vulnerable people and deter people from attempting the perilously journeys which have already led to so many tragic deaths.’

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