Archive | March 16, 2017

Rothschild Makes Dismal Admission — His Financial World Order Now “Threatened”*

Rothschild Makes Dismal Admission — His Financial World Order Now “Threatened”*

By Jack Burns

RIT Capital Partners fund issued its 2016 year-end report in late February. While the company was pleased to report a net profit of 12.1% and total shareholder returns hold at 14.2%, the company, and its chairman Lord Jacob Rothschild, seem preoccupied with risks associated with political and economic instability.

Rothschild announced that while the funds’ assets are at an all-time high, the announcement comes, “Against a background of daunting uncertainty and political turmoil.” Going further, he stated a more ominous warning. “At this time of upheaval and uncertainty, our investment portfolio will continue to be well diversified,” he wrote comforting his shareholders their fund’s portfolio would be as protected as possible from any coming downturns in the market.

However comforting the report may be for individual investors, Rothschild’s final comments loom large over the mostly positive economic report. He wrote,

“There could well be a period ahead of us when the avoidance of risk is as high a priority as the pursuit of gain.”

The investment banker’s chosen word of “period” seems to indicate a coming downturn in profitability, even though for the past five years the fund has realized a profit of more than 1 billion Euros.

According to the report, Rothschild and his very powerful family have a vested interest in preserving their assets. “RIT Capital Partners plc is an investment company listed on the London Stock Exchange. Its net assets have grown from £280 million on listing in 1988 to over £2.7 billion today. RIT is chaired by Lord Rothschild, whose family interests retain a significant holding,” the issue reveals.

If the fund, whose value is at an all-time high, suddenly declines, falling with it will be a large portion of wealth the Rothschild family enjoys. Although, any such declines would hardly come as a surprise to the Rothschild family who reportedly controls much of the world’s wealth and has a hand in nearly all of the world’s banking institutions, including the Federal Reserve, as some have stated.

The chairman’s statement continues with what some might say is an ominous and uncertain view of the future. Since the last World War, we have enjoyed some 70 years of patiently crafted international cooperation, which is now threatened,” an apparent reference to Brexit and the U.K.’s referendum to withdraw from the European Union.

“Against this deeply worrying geo-political situation,” he wrote seeming to highlight the potential of WWIII if the Syrian conflict continues, “one can point to a number of positive investment factors.” Echoing many statements made by the current U.S. president, Lord Rothschild stated he was hopeful corporations would receive a break in government imposed revenue. He said, “in the US, the proposed tax reduction for companies and individuals,” was a favorable policy change for his fund’s portfolio.

Resounding President Trump’s call for deregulation, Rothschild also was reportedly pleased with the “reforms of an over-regulated system.” Likewise, in step with Trump’s call to exponentially increase spending on America’s failing transportation infrastructure, Lord Rothschild is pleased. However, Trump’s call for, “increases in fiscal and infrastructure expenditure…come at a time late in the business cycle, when the labour market is close to full employment,” meaning there’s no forecast of immediate returns on infrastructure spending forecasted in the future.

The banking and financial baron also seemed to lament that “wage increases up by some 4% over the last few months” a factor which affects the bottom line for every company. He also stated across the fund’s portfolio will also be affected by rising interest rates.

“Valuations are at the high end of their historical range, inflation is returning and in these circumstances, it is likely that interest rates in the U.S. will rise meaningfully,” he said. And coming from the man whose familial connections and financial partners control the Federal Reserve, he should know.


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Meet the Hidden Second Layer of Information in Your DNA*

Meet the Hidden Second Layer of Information in Your DNA*

By Brett Tingley

The human genome is one of the last frontiers of modern medical research. Recent developments in genetics have shown that scientists are now capable of some making some fairly radical alterations to DNA, leading to all sorts of strange genetic developments. Now that human genome editing trials have begun, the strangest developments are certainly still yet to come.

DNA: the new plaything of biological tinkerers everywhere.


Despite these advances, modern science has only recently begun to unlock the secrets of our genetic building blocks and many mysteries surrounding our DNA are left unsolved. However, a team of physicists from the Leiden Institute of Physics claims they might have solved one of these enduring questions about the function and mechanisms behind genetic encoding of traits.

According to physicist Helmut Schiessel and his team, there is a second ‘hidden’ layer of information stored in strands of DNA. While it has long been understood that the strings of four DNA nucleotides  G, C, A, and T encode all of our genetic information, scientists have been unable to conclusively determine how the same strings of nucleotides contain information for vastly different biological processes and physiological traits. Until now, that is: the researchers from Leiden claim to have designed an experiment that conclusively determined the mechanism behind epigenetic expression. In their open source publication in PLOS One, the researchers claim that this is due to the actual physical arrangement of nucleotides, which transmits genetic information through its mechanical structure:

[We] have shown that the major features of the nucleosome positioning rules can be predicted by the sequence dependent DNA geometry and elasticity […] these findings suggest the intriguing possibility that nucleosome positions are the product of a mechanical evolution of DNA molecules.

This research not only helps explain how DNA is able to encode such vast amounts of genetic information but also potentially opens the doors for new approaches to genetic modification and manipulation. While CRISPR/Cas-9 surgically ‘cuts and pastes’ sections of DNA, new techniques could be developed which can ‘unfold and refold’ sections of nucleosomes in order to alter the expression of certain genes. Bioengineering is about to get real weird, real fast.


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What You’re Not Supposed to Know About Recovering from Diabetes*

What You’re Not Supposed to Know About Recovering from Diabetes*

By Phillip Schneider

Diabetes is considered to be one of the most common illnesses in western society. Nearly one in ten Americans have it, making it one of the most serious health epidemics of the 21st century.

The pancreas of a type 1 diabetic produces little to no insulin, which the body needs to carry glucose from the bloodstream to the cells of the body. This form is only found in about 5% of the population, and is usually diagnosed in children and teenagers. Typically, a type 1 diabetic will take frequent injections in order to maintain proper insulin levels in the body.

A type 2 diabetic has a similar problem. The most common form by far, type 2 diabetes is where the body does not know how to properly process insulin resulting in hyperglycemia, a rising of blood sugar levels beyond what is considered healthy.

“At first, your pancreas makes extra insulin to make up for it. But, over time it isn’t able to keep up and can’t make enough insulin to keep your blood glucose at normal levels.” ~American Diabetes Association

Some symptoms of diabetes include frequent urination, extreme hunger, sudden vision changes, dry skin and more.

Dietary Choices Found To Aid in Reversing Diabetes

In 2010, Diabetes was the 7th leading cause of death in America, but it doesn’t have to be, and scientists in the fields of natural medicine and nutrition have been working to find a cure.

In the documentary “Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days,” several patients with diabetes were given the challenge of dropping their regular diets and living a purely raw vegan lifestyle for thirty days. The participants came from all different backgrounds, heritages, and weights.

These participants included Michelle, age 36 and obese; Bill, age 58 and had experienced total numbness in his feet due to the diabetes; Austin, age 25 with type 1 diabetes and a drinking problem; Kirt, age 25, who had a blood sugar level of 1200 (normal is about 80-100); Henry, age 58, who took 9 pills a day in addition to insulin; and Pam, age 62, who had diabetes throughout her family.

“You can chase them around with medicines and try to get it down, but you’re just chasing your tail. The fundamental thing in treating diabetes is what you put in your mouth.”~Dr. John Picken, Pam’s doctor

After only three days, the participants were seeing results. Austin was able to cut his insulin intake in half, while Pam was able to cut hers by one-third. Simultaneously, Kurt, Bill, and Henry’s blood sugar levels had all fallen into the normal range even after dropping all of their medications.

On day twelve, Henry had successfully dropped his blood sugar levels by 256 points and relieved himself entirely of his need for medication. However, on day 17 he felt that such a sudden change to his lifestyle was too much and his family took him home.

On day thirty, the results were in and the changes were astounding. Not only were each of them taking less medication with healthier blood sugar levels, but their energy levels and moods were improved as well. Michelle, Bill, and Pam were all freed from their medication (and 81 pounds collectively) and their blood sugar levels all dropped into the normal range. Austin had lost 20 pounds and reduced his daily insulin intake from 70 units to just 5. Kirt, who had blood sugar levels so high his doctor told him he “should be dead” dropped over eleven hundred points to as low as 73.

“No matter what anybody else says to me I know what I’m feeling and I know what I felt before…and I don’t need medication to not have to feel that way. That’s amazing.” ~Kirt

New Study Shows Fasting Can ‘Regenerate Diabetic Pancreas’

Additionally, new research has come out which shows that the pancreas of a diabetic person can be regenerated through fasting. Although this method shows some promise, no short-term or long-term human trials have been done, suggesting a raw food approach may be more sound. In fact, the diet fed to these mice was similar to the diet that the participants in the documentary had, but with 25 days of eating what they want, creating intermittent periods of feast and famine.

“Our conclusion is that by pushing the mice into an extreme state and then bringing them back – by starving them and then feeding them again – the cells in the pancreas are triggered to use some kind of developmental reprogramming that rebuilds the part of the organ that’s no longer functioning.” – Dr Valter Longo, University of Southern California

Although in certain individuals fasting has been found to produce benefits such as weight loss, speeding up of the metabolism, and a regeneration of the immune system, it can also lead to negative effects such as possible malnourishment, loss of muscle, loss of energy and more. People are advised not to try this without consulting a doctor.

There is Hope for Diabetics

For many, reclaiming your health could mean reclaiming your freedom. Remember that diabetes is a lifestyle disease. It was Hippocrates who said

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”

An increasing amount of research is proving that by following this advice, it is possible to prevent or even reverse ‘incurable’ diseases like diabetes.


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DTP Vaccine Associated With 212% Increased Infant Mortality Risk*

DTP Vaccine Associated With 212% Increased Infant Mortality Risk*

By Jefferey Jaxen


A study from West Africa’s Guinea-Bissau discovered that all-cause infant mortality more than doubled after the introduction of the DTP vaccination.

An observational study from the West African country Guinea-Bissau titled, “The Introduction of Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis and Oral Polio Vaccine Among Young Infants in an Urban African Community: A Natural Experiment,” examined the introduction of diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis (DTP) and oral polio vaccine (OPV) in an urban community in Guinea-Bissau in the early 1980s. The World Health Organization introduced the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) in low-income countries in the 1970s with the goal of universal immunization for all children. In the introduction, the study’s authors state,

“Except for the measles vaccines, surprisingly few studies examined the introduction of vaccines and their impact on child survival.”

The purpose of the study was to examine what happens to child survival when DTP and OPV were introduced in low-income countries. A community study of the state of nutrition and family structure found that severe malnutrition was not evident in urban Guinea-Bissau although it was initially assumed to be the main cause of the under-five mortality rate.

The study findings emerged from a child population that had been followed with 3-monthly nutritional weighing sessions since 1978. From June 1981 DTP and OPV were offered from 3 months of age at these sessions. Due to the 3-monthly intervals between sessions, the children were allocated by birthday in a ‘natural experiment’ to receive vaccinations early or late between 3 and 5 months of age. The study included children who were greater than 6 months of age when vaccinations started and children born until the end of December 1983. The researchers compared mortality between 3 and 5 months of age of DTP-vaccinated and not-yet-DTP- vaccinated children in Cox proportional hazard models.

When mortality was compared, the mortality hazard ratio (HR) among 3-5-month-old children having received the DTP (±OPV) was 5.00 compared with not-yet-DTP-vaccinated children [i.e. a 400% increase]. According to the authors, differences in background factors did not explain the effect. All-cause infant mortality after 3 months of age increased after the introduction of these vaccines (2.12 (1.07–4.19)) [i.e. a 212% increase]. However, the study findings revealed the negative effect was particularly strong for children who had received DTP-only and no OPV (10.0 (2.61–38.6)).

The researchers concluded:

“DTP was associated with increased mortality; OPV may modify the effect of DTP.”

It appears this early Guinea-Bissau study foreshadowed a line of documented injury and mortality caused by the DPT. A 2000 BMJ article found that a population of vaccinated infants, also from Guinea-Bissau, receiving one dose of DTP or polio vaccines had higher mortality than children who had received none of these vaccines. A 2004 observational study showed a doubling of the mortality rate of infants vaccinated with the single dose of DPT vaccine and increasing mortality rates after the second and third doses. A 2011 study of Guinea-Bissau females found DTP vaccine administered simultaneously with measles vaccine is also associated with increased morbidity and poor growth in girls.[iv]

In the United States, the DTP vaccine received major public spotlight and pushback after the 1985 book DPT: A Shot in the Dark was published tracing its development and describing its risks. Recently complied reports show settlements of injury and deaths from the TDap, DTP, and DPT vaccines within the United States Vaccine Court jumped 75% from $5.5 million in 2014 to $9.8 million in 2015.

For additional research on the Diphtheria-Pertussis-Tetanus vaccine, visit the Research Dashboard.


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India’s Cashless Villages not Really There Yet, But the Nightmare Has Begun*

India’s Cashless Villages not Really There Yet, But the Nightmare Has Begun*

By Rezwan

A small village shop in Himachal Pradesh, India. Image from Flickr by Michael Foley

A small village shop in Himachal Pradesh, India. Image from Flickr by Michael Foley

After the recent de-monetization in India, one of the largest cash-based economies of the world, people had great difficulties carrying out day-to-day transactions. Even now, as new “cashless villages” are trumpeted in the media, recent reports reveal a lack of adequate infrastructure and villagers who are struggling to make the transition.

On November 8, 2016, India took the bold step of withdrawing 500 (US $7.50) and 1,000 (U.S. $15.00) Indian rupee banknotes, which represent 86% of the total currency, from circulation. The main mission of the Modi government was to stop the flow of illicit cash and crack down on counterfeit banknotes.

The process was not systematically implemented, which created chaos across the country, especially in villages where people are extremely cash reliant. People could not buy the things they wanted and needed, businesses could not receive payment for their goods, buy tradable goods, or pay their staff. Adequate supplies of new notes were not available to take the place of the demonetized currency, and people had to join long, serpentine queues outside banks to withdraw money for day-to-day needs (See Global Voices report).

The Indian government defended the de-monetization move and noted bluntly that the highly inconvenient currency shortages would themselves provide the impetus to drive India towards a cashless economy.

Emergence of cashless villages

In the months since the demonetization, a number of villages have been declared newly cashless. In a number of cases, the transformation was driven by local NGOs with the help of banks and local authorities. Some 11 remote villages in India have been adopted by the United Bank of India (UBI) under a pilot project to transform them into cashless villages, for instance.

Dhasai village in Maharashtra is one of the few villages in India to go cashless.

— (@scroll_in) December 18, 2016

Amid chaos over cash, J’khand’s tribal dominated Nuagram is going to be the first ‘cashless’ village by December 2016.@htTweets

— Sanjoy Dey (@sanjoy_dey25) November 21, 2016

Reportedly, the villages had point of sale (PoS) machines installed, more bank accounts with ATM cards created and mobile banking apps like PayTM and RUPay downloaded onto smart phones before being declared cashless.

Many banks are enabling SMS banking platforms and software for the village to enable users to do basic banking transactions in English and their local languages.

India’s dream of a cashless economy is slowly turning into a reality. The SBI Colony in Nerul & Shirki village goes #Cashless.

— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) February 17, 2017

India’s cashless villages – The Times of India

— Agent Crocus Sativus (@TripathiTweet28) January 3, 2017

The challenges

Before the demonetization in India, 95% of all transactions were in cash, 90% of vendors didn’t have card readers and 85% of workers were paid in cash. Debit and credit cards are mostly restricted to the urban middle class.

In rural areas many do not have bank accounts, and online transactions are still distant dreams since people are not literate enough (most banking websites are in English). There are still not enough smartphones — only 17% of the population currently have access to one — and Internet connections are often slow and costly for the poor.

Rural merchants and consumers prefer cash transactions to avoid paying the service tax of around 14.5 percent on certain services. Many do not use mobile payments, although the trend is shifting quickly.

Monishankar Prasad, a New Delhi-based author and editor told Forbes that “no economy can go completely cashless” and that India’s alternative systems require building up with more training for the population.

Helping India Go Cashless: India’s largest Lender SBI adopts Shirki village in Pen Taluka in Maharashtra #BenefitsOfNotebandi

— Sagar Khandelwal (@Khandelw13Sagar) January 15, 2017

More than 500 JANDHAN account opening and a digital cashless training to the villagers organised by VESS India at Domri Village of Varanasi

— Dr. Rajesh (@DrRajeshvess) January 12, 2017

Claims not true

Although some of the news of the transformation seemed promising, soon there were reports refuting the claims that villages have become cashless. A Hindustan Times report called the trend of declaring cashless villages “a fad”. Investigative reports found that the claims are mostly on paper.

In many villages that were declared cashless, many swipe machines for cashless transactions did not work for lack of internet or electricity. Even those which worked could not be used as local people did not trust cashless transactions. These villages lacked ATM machines and villagers had to walk to their nearest town to withdraw money. Even the additional data plans proved expensive to some villagers.

By transferring Rs5 digitally to 27 accounts, the District Collector declared Malappuram “first cashless tribal village”! Just incredible!!!

— M S Rana (@ms_rana) January 6, 2017

Claims of Rajasthan village becoming ‘cashless’ busted – Janta Ka Reporter

— Rajasthan Travel New (@Rajasthan_News) January 6, 2017

Pune: In ‘cashless’ village, only 50 per cent have ATM cards: About 25 kms from the main city of Pune, in Khed

— The Currency Scene (@CurrenScene) January 4, 2017

The Modi government called this village “cashless” as an example of the new India. Reality is quite different

— Ajay Mehta (@ajaymehta) February 12, 2017

“The vision of #Digital & #Cashless India in ‘SMART’ Jhattipur village is still far from real.”

— Dr. Shahid Siddiqui (@shahidsiddiqui) February 19, 2017

People in Lanura village in Budgam, 25 kilometres from Srinagar, Kashmir were trained and the village was declared cashless on December 18. It turned out that the village, however, lacked adequate internet connections and smartphones.

India is supporting cashless economy, Now Lanura village in Jammu & Kashmir becomes cashless. #DigitalIndia2017

— Ashish Mishra pune (@aashish81us) January 3, 2017

Rafiqa Bano, a community correspondent at the award winning citizen media site Video Volunteers posted a video report in which locals in Lanura admitted they were stunned by the declaration.

“The village lacks basic facilities, like electricity infrastructure, water, metallic road and other amenities of life, says a villager, Ghulam Mohammad. The villagers are poverty stricken and a very few people use smartphones and internet. Locals are aghast over the announcement and demand a probe into the matter.

The district administration Budgam under its [declaration] released on its official website maintains that the ‘feat’ was achieved through “rigorous efforts by CSC e-Governance Services India Limited and National Informatics Centre (NIC) under the objective of Digital Financial Inclusion.” In the few shops scattered across this village, people could be seen doing cash transactions. Apparently, NIC Budgam’s District Informatics Officer has been awarded for this ‘achievement’ recently in New Delhi.”

Although many of the claims were not 100% true and the villagers still need to learn the basics, few would deny India has taken its first step towards a cashless economy. The government plans to provide free Wi-Fi to 1050 villages in the next six months as part of its Digital Village initiative. Similar initiatives and a reasonable period of time are required before we can call such Indian villages truly cashless.


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A Government Researcher Stands for Truth

A Government Researcher Stands for Truth

From Alexandra Bruce

“Stand for the Truth,” a half-hour interview with former NIST employee Peter Michael Ketcham produced by Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth.

In this penetrating interview, Ketcham tells of his discovery of how the agency where he had worked for 14 years had purposefully suppressed the truth about the most pivotal event of the 21st century, the destruction of the World Trade Center on 9/11.

As he walks us through his own awakening to his failure to see what was in front of his own eyes for 15 years, Ketcham may inspire others to muster the courage to confront the truth and by doing so, to finally heal the wounds of 9/11.

Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth hopes this interview will serve as the “red pill” for those who are either new to or resistant to this information and they encourage you to please share this video with your friends, family and colleagues.

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