The War Crimes of Bill Clinton

Here is yet another reason why I loathe this government. It is a curse on the world, as is every other NATO nation!

The Most Revolutionary Act

The Weight of Chains

Boris Malagurski (2010)

Film Review

The deliberate demonization of the Serbian people by the Clinton administration has been a special interest ever since I cared for Serbian PTSD victims in the mid-nineties. At the time there were rumors the US was after oil in the Caspian basin. Until I saw this documentary, I was unaware of the bloodthirsty ruthlessness of US policy in Yugoslavia. Nor that Clinton, like his successors George W Bush and Barack Obama, was guilty of war crimes. The film also sheds important light on current US policy in Ukraine.

The Weight of Chains is about the deliberate break-up of Yugoslavia in the 80s and 90s to enable its transformation into a US colony, like Iraq and Afghanistan. The cover story blaming Serbian barbarism for the conflagration in Bosnia and Kosovo was pure fabrication by the Clinton administration and US media.

Under Marshall…

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Vaccine Associated Narcolepsy Genetically Changing the Brain Forever!

Image: Dees Illustration No we can add narcolepsy to the long list of ailments that can be SCIENTIFICALLY traced back to Pig Pharma's not only completely ineffective but toxic vaccines: Vaccine Associated Narcolepsy Genetically Changing the Brain Forever! By Experimental Vaccines More information continues to emerge about the link between the Pandemrix H1N1 flu vaccine … Continue reading Vaccine Associated Narcolepsy Genetically Changing the Brain Forever!

Dr. Kurt: Why I Will Never Choose to Vaccinate my Own Son and Any Future Kids my Wife and I Have

The GOLDEN RULE

Of all the issues highlighted as being important to our future, this is the only one which the public can readily participate in and personally contribute to changing the direction of the authoritarian control over our health.

Initially the public need to be very aware of the issues, both sides of the “story”, so to speak. Then they must be quite confident in their knowledge supporting whichever “side” of the issue they choose to support. This can only be achieved by reading and assessing a great deal of information and making conclusions, not from emotional responses, (not so easy),  but from information that is clearly genuine and correct. The latter is also not-always easy to be sure about, but hopefully commonsense will over-ride the emotions.

So, from the point of view of information not tainted with vested interests, the following ‘Health Impact News’ article by Dr. Kurt Perkins, DC, CCWP…

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