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Parents should be encouraged to conduct their own research, not ridiculed

Adan Salazar
March 19, 2014

Leftist media outlets are up in arms over NFL quarterback Jay Cutler and his wife Kristin Cavalarri’s announcement that they will not vaccinate their children, a decision they made public last week, but is still stirring controversy.

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and his wife, former Laguna Beach star  Kristin Cavalarri.

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and his wife, former Laguna Beach star Kristin Cavalarri.

Embracing MSNBC’s mantra of “your children belong to the collective,” Salon, Think Progress and Raw Story all but blamed Cutler and his wife for the recent outbreak of measles, arguing the couple’s decision not to inject their kids with lab-concocted, chemical cocktails puts everyone else in danger.

“I’ve read too many books about autism and the studies,” Cavalarri said to the dismay of vaccine pushers during an interview on Fox Business, adding that “one in 88 boys is autistic and that’s a scary statistic.”

In attempts to ridicule Cavalleri for her “self-styled science debunking,” Salon argued that “unvaccinated children can allow for the spread of diseases that had long been out of the conversation..”

“This isn’t an issue that ends at the Cavallari-Cutler household, like home-schooling; little Camden Cutler is weaponized to spread disease,” penned Daniel D’addario.

According to Salon, vaccine “herd immunity” is a lot like Obamacare: in order for it to work, everyone needs to buy in, an unlikely prospect given the plethora of horror tales depicting children being rendered incapacitated following injections.

Obama PR firm Think Progress noted that once-prestigious “CDC officials point out that in America, 80 percent of measles cases in 2013 presented among people who were never vaccinated, and 80 percent of those people cited ‘philosophical differences’ for forgoing vaccination.”

Of course, this is the same CDC that quietly memory-holed an entire section on their website dedicated to detailing the fallout from the botched polio vaccine, which was contaminated with a primate form of cancer virus and administered to over 98 million Americans.

The same CDC also went through the trouble of deleting the pages from Google’s cache system, an unprecedented move on par with scenes from George Orwell’s 1984. The CDC never publicized an excuse as to why they did this.. so they’re definitely trust-worthy..

The Internet Archive, fortunately, still hosts the CDC’s Polio Vaccine Fact Sheet here and here.

And picking up where their counterparts left off, Raw Story threw in their two cents with a screaming headline that read, “Anti-vaccine activists contributing to measles outbreaks around the U.S.

Not surprisingly, none of the leftist or mainstream platforms strayed from promoting vaccination, and deliberately neglected to mention anything about adverse effects incurred from vaccination.

The federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) pays off patients who experience debilitating side effects, up to and including death, resulting from vaccinations.

According to the VAERS database, vaccines intended to stave off measles aren’t as safe as the aforementioned publications make them out to be.

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According to the data, approximately 45,180 children inoculated against measles in the United States and its territories have experienced adverse reactions.

The data also shows that close to 40 percent of children ages 1 to 2 – who were administered either a measles only vaccine, a measles and rubella vaccine, or a measles, mumps and rubella vaccine – experienced adverse reactions.

Adverse reactions, according to VAERS, may present themselves in various forms, from anaphylactic shock (a life-threatening allergic reaction), to encephalitis (irritation or swelling of the brain) and indeed death.

The insert for M-M-R II, the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine formulated by pharmaceutical conglomerate Merck, lists Guillain-Barré Syndrome, febrile convulsions (seizures stemming from a fever), afebrile convulsions (seizures occurring without fever), ataxia (loss of muscle coordination), polyneuritis (widespread inflammation of nerves), polyneuorpathy (systemic damage to nerve cells, fibers and coverings) and ocular palsies (condition affecting normal alignment of the eyes), paresthesia (burning skin sensation) and seizures, as well as “significant central nervous system reactions” as possible side effects.

And we didn’t even get into the mixture of man-made chemicals used to produce these vaccines.

The health advice Think Progress, Salon and Raw Story should be offering, if any, should be to encourage parents to conduct their own research before they or their children end up a statistic.

“No matter what vaccination choices you make for yourself or your family, there is a basic human right to be fully informed about all risks and have the ability to refuse to allow substances you consider to be harmful, toxic or poisonous to be forced upon you,” Dr. Joseph Mercola states. “Unfortunately, the partnership between government health agencies and vaccine manufacturers is getting closer and closer. There is a lot of discrimination against Americans, who want to be free to exercise their human right to informed consent when it comes to making voluntary decisions about which vaccines they and their children use.”

For a list of vaccine inserts and information click here.

This article was posted: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 at 4:05 pm

March 18, 2014

Tonight “Dancing with the Stars” premieres and America will be glued to the tube, unaware that all “reality” programming is meticulously manufactured by networks.

Mass distraction is big business.

We don’t want to be in a rigged system. We want a system where the individual is empowered and the playing field is level. But when you have a media that prides itself on being fake, you get fake contests, rigged elections and psuedo news from teleprompter readers.


This article was posted: Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 3:08 pm
March 13, 2014

Alex Jones talks about the transition that is happening where liberal trendies from all over the planet are waking up that guns are not scary and instead empowering.


Cynical stunt coordinated with anti-Russian agitator

Paul Joseph Watson
March 7, 2014

Ex-RT host Liz Wahl is not “brave” or “courageous.” Her resignation reeks of hypocrisy.

In a follow up interview with Fox News, Wahl, who resigned in protest against state propaganda, says “yes” she would take a job with CNN.

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This article was posted: Friday, March 7, 2014 at 1:32 pm


Former congressman says “It’s a mess”

Steve Watson
March 6, 2014

Former congressman Ron Paul weighed in on the Ukraine situation yesterday, warning that the hostilities are rooted in empire building and vying for geopolitical control.

Speaking with RT, which has itself become a focal point for western criticism of Russia, the former Congressman urged that it makes “no sense” for America to become entangled in the affairs of Ukraine.

“I don’t think we have any business there,” Paul told anchor Liz Wahl in one of her last interviews before she made headlines herself by resigning on air.

“I think it would be nice if we considered the Ukrainians. It’s their civil strike, their civil war, and deciding who to run that country should be left to them,” Paul said. “Unfortunately, others get involved and it seems like it’s irresistible for the US to be involved.”

The renowned Libertarian also noted that it is highly hypocritical for the US to lecture Russia over a violation of sovereignty.

“America always wants their hands in things. They have an empire to build and defend, and I think it’s a mess,” the former congressman added.

Paul also warned that Americans should be concerned about their government providing financial aid to Ukraine.

“We are out of money. So this idea that we are going to start bailing out Ukraine is total nonsense.”

Earlier this week, Secretary of State John Kerry pledged $1 billion in loan guarantees and technical support for the country’s central bank and finance ministry.

“I don’t see how we could afford that, nor should we do it,” Paul noted “The whole thing makes no sense whatsoever from an economic viewpoint [or] from a political viewpoint. It’s always vying for control, and I think that’s what is going on.”

“I don’t think we should have an interest” in Ukraine, he added. “If we did it should be that we should encourage the Ukrainians to solve their problems, and once they have a government we should be open to working with them and talking to them.”

Following the interview, RT anchor Liz Wahl cited censorship of the interview with Ron Paul as part of the reason for her decision to quit, saying that a question she put to Paul about Russian intervention into Ukraine, and his response, critical of the action, was cut from the segment.



Steve Watson is the London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’, He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University.


This article was posted: Thursday, March 6, 2014 at 11:59 am
February 21, 2014

Alex Jones and Infowars reporter David Knight discuss the FCC’s plan to install newsroom monitors/censors into communities across the country under the guise of helping women and minorities. The FCC plans to also look at radio stations, newspapers and websites, areas where they have zero control and oversight.

On Thursday, Knight called the FCC representative listed on a press release with some open questions about the project. He declined to answer any and redirected our reporter to a voicemail for the public office of media operations. Apparently trying to get the government to answer simple questions is like to trying to sign up for Obamacare.
February 14, 2014

From the producers that brought you the 30-minute animated short film “The American Dream,” Shock and Awe Short’s latest work, Baby’s Got a Gun, explores the media manipulation and fanning of the gun control flames, and highlights the fact that people are 47,000 times more likely to die in a car crash than in a mass shooting.

From YouTube:

“One of the most highly charged issues in America is guns, and gun control, so there’s no one better to break it all down than Bad Ass Baby. He’s going to expose the Lying Liars and get to the truth of the gun debate: that it isn’t about guns at all!”

Also, below check out The American Dream, an entertaining but hard hitting look at how the problems we have today are nothing new, and why leaders throughout history have warned us and fought against the current type of financial system we have in America today.