Natural News Explains Tyrannical Law

Concentration or "Work Camp" with False Promise that Labouring for Der Fuhrer Would Make One Free

Read this carefully, and find out how little it takes to be affected adversely (to say the least) by the bill signed into law on Saturday by a man who pretended to be a proponent of human rights: http://www.naturalnews.com/034538_NDAA_American_citizens_indefinite_detainment.html

The Dodgy Swine Flu Vaccine: Just Say NO to the WHO

Grippe

The proposed vaccine for H1N1 has not been tested, and contains not only toxic material, but flesh of diseased monkeys.  This inoculation may cause paralysis, autism, random diseases or death. It contains squalene, a poison that affected those soldiers who developed Gulf War Syndrome, and which causes immune-deficiency. See Barbara Loe Fisher’s informative blog on the subject. I am gathering information about the “swine flu shot”, which I shall add into this post, and will leave you with this link to a report.

The National Vaccine Information Center

Jane Burgermeister’s “Bird Flu 666” is a site with lots of information about dodgy, dangerous vaccines.

Elegant Survival Health has more information about prevention of H1N1 and other influenza/grippe viruses. Don’t rely on a dodgy inoculation for your health, when the power to resist disease is in your own hands.

There IS legal help for those who do not believe in vaccines, and people who are rightly scared to death of this extremely foolish inoculation: Vaccine Legal Exemptions

Is Everyone Hoping for a Part in the Remake of “Freaks”?

A few weeks ago, I posted a photo of a famous actress whose low-rise pants made her look strange.
For the purpose of demonstrating the effect of low-rise trousers on men, here is a famous actor, sporting the same tragic look.

The Midget Look--Very Popular!
The Midget Look--Very Popular!

Beware of Buying Meat at Whole Foods

The recall of ground beef at Whole Foods Market has cast a spotlight on Nebraska Beef of Omaha, one of the country’s largest meatpackers. Seven people in Massachusetts, from ages 3 to 60, were sickened by E. coli from beef bought at Whole Foods stores. The same strain has sickened 31 people in 12 states, the District of Columbia, and Canada.

The Whole Foods ground beef was among 1.2 million pounds of Nebraska Beef recalled in August. The processor also recalled 5 million pounds produced in May and June after its beef was blamed for another E. coli outbreak in seven states.

Sanitation violations over the past six years at Nebraska Beef, include:

  • The USDA shut down the plant three times in 2002 and 2003 for problems such as filth on carcasses and water dripping off pipes onto meat
  • In 2004 and early 2005, Nebraska Beef was written up at least five times for not removing brains or spinal cords from the food supply, as required
  • U.S. inspectors in August 2006 threatened to suspend Nebraska Beef operations for not following requirements for controlling E. coli
  • Also in 2006, Minnesota health officials blamed Nebraska Beef for sickening 17 people who ate meatballs at a church potluck; several victims filed lawsuits against Nebraska Beef, including the family of a woman who died

Whole Foods claims that it did not know that their supplier, Meyer Natural Angus (sold under the Coleman Natural brand), had switched processing plants to the Nebraska Beef facility.

Beware of Buying Meat at Whole Foods

The recall of ground beef at Whole Foods Market has cast a spotlight on Nebraska Beef of Omaha, one of the country’s largest meatpackers. Seven people in Massachusetts, from ages 3 to 60, were sickened by E. coli from beef bought at Whole Foods stores. The same strain has sickened 31 people in 12 states, the District of Columbia, and Canada.

The Whole Foods ground beef was among 1.2 million pounds of Nebraska Beef recalled in August. The processor also recalled 5 million pounds produced in May and June after its beef was blamed for another E. coli outbreak in seven states.

Sanitation violations over the past six years at Nebraska Beef, include:

  • The USDA shut down the plant three times in 2002 and 2003 for problems such as filth on carcasses and water dripping off pipes onto meat
  • In 2004 and early 2005, Nebraska Beef was written up at least five times for not removing brains or spinal cords from the food supply, as required
  • U.S. inspectors in August 2006 threatened to suspend Nebraska Beef operations for not following requirements for controlling E. coli
  • Also in 2006, Minnesota health officials blamed Nebraska Beef for sickening 17 people who ate meatballs at a church potluck; several victims filed lawsuits against Nebraska Beef, including the family of a woman who died

Whole Foods claims that it did not know that their supplier, Meyer Natural Angus (sold under the Coleman Natural brand), had switched processing plants to the Nebraska Beef facility.