Dengue fever symptomsActivist Post – by Heather Callaghan

Researchers indeed continue to develop vaccines for tropical, mosquito-vectored diseases like dengue fever, which affects 50 million people per year.

There are no commercially available vaccines for the virus – yet. But, they’ve run into a big problem.

Researchers watching vaccine development caution that there will be initial disease spikes with its use. There’s no argument about this observation. In fact, it’s admitted.    Continue reading “Researchers Offer Strange Answer to Anticipated Dengue Spikes Following Vaccine”

Zen Gardner

Once we understand that everything is an illusion we’re home free. Knowing we’re eternal consciousness having this in-body experience is the greatest gift anyone can possibly have.

It’s wonderful, it’s free and it’s forever…and it’s for everyone! People just need to wake up to it.

That would seem to be fairly simple, especially once it has happened to you. The fullness of life you expand into, the realization of infinite possibility, is so exhilarating, liberating and profoundly simple that you can’t help but wonder why everyone doesn’t see it.   Continue reading “Truth Psyops and the Awakening”

Here’s the translation of another article from La Voz de Houston. The original article in Spanish is at the end of the attachment. The EFIO are really pushing the “for the children” meme again.

Few: A large number of the Central American children, who have crossed the border into the United States alone, come fleeing extreme violence and expecting refuge in this country. However, of the tens of thousands who have arrived since October last year, only two children have [attained asylum]. The reason is that the process is complicated and requires very specific tests and a legal representative who can handle it.   Continue reading “Border Crisis – What are the chances of getting asylum in the US?”

View image on TwitterDown Trend – by Robert Gehl

With race hucksters and assorted leftist ne’er-do-wells swirling Ferguson, Missouri, one of the worst offenders in this category is Jesse Jackson.

Yes, he’s aging, but he can still rile up a crowd and race-bait with the rest of them. But sometimes even the Rhymin’ Man can say the wrong things.    Continue reading “Priceless Reaction To Jesse’s Request For Money At Rally In Ferguson”

Press TV

A new report has shed light on the prominent role played by Israelis in international organ trafficking.

The US daily New York Times said in a report published on Sunday that transplant brokers in Israel have pocketed enormous sums of money by arranging overseas kidney transplants for desperate patients who are paired with foreign donors. Continue reading “Israelis at forefront of international organ trafficking”

Texas Governor Rick Perry (Reuters/Brian Frank)RT

Texas Governor Rick Perry, a potential Republican Presidential candidate in 2016, has announced that he will fight allegations of power abuse against him, calling the accusations a political move that rips away the very fabric of the US constitution.

This indictment amounts to nothing more than an abuse of power and I cannot, and I will not allow that to happen,” Perry said in Austin, Texas, adding that he stands by his use of the veto power which ended in charges being laid against him.

“We don’t settle political differences with indictments in this country. It is outrageous that some would use partisan political theatrics to rip away at the very fabric of our state’s constitution,” he added.    Continue reading “Texas Gov. Perry rejects power abuse indictment as ‘politically motivated’”

Jon Rappoport’s Blog – by Jon Rappoport

On the far side of the border, in Central America, where the bulk of the children are coming from, we have another story—and a far-reaching plan for the future.

Let’s start with a recent statement uttered by Obama’s court jester, Joe Biden.

CBS/DC August 7, 2014: “Border Patrol Agent: Federal Government Releasing Murderers Into US”:    Continue reading “Children at the US border: the big picture”

Photos showing dozens of members of the militia groups on the U.S.-Mexico border carrying semi-automatic rifles and wearing masks, camouflage and tactical gear provide one of the first glimpses into the group's activities on the border. Photo: Provided To The San Antonio Express-NewsThis weekend an edition of La Voz de Houston was delivered gratis to my address. Circulation of this twice weekly publication is claimed to be approximately 400,000, targeting Latinos of the area.

I don’t speak Spanish, but looking at the front-page headline, “Texas Milicias en la frontera: arma de doble filo,” I realized I had been given an instructive piece of mixed fact and propaganda aimed at the Houston metro Latino population and with it the opportunity to share it with the FTTWR community.

Using online translation, with some editing and sentence recasting, here is the article in English for all to read, and although I cannot verify the complete accuracy of this translation, I do think it’s very, very close.   Continue reading “WEAPONS Militias on the border create concern”

EcoWatch – by Josh Burstein, NextGen Climate

The people pushing for approval of the Keystone XL pipeline argue that running this tar sands pipeline from Canada to the Gulf is a net positive for America, that it will create jobs and make our country more energy independent.

This argument could not be further from the truth. And you don’t have to take our word for it.    Continue reading “The Keystone XL Video TransCanada Doesn’t Want You to See”

Deseret News – by Geoff Liesik

VERNAL — Twenty-one people from 10 states were arrested Monday during a protest that “became physical” at a controversial tar sands mine in northeastern Utah, according to the Uintah County Sheriff’s Office.

Those arrested listed addresses in Utah, Arizona, California, Illinois, Michigan, Nebraska, New York, North Dakota, Oregon and Wisconsin, Uintah County Undersheriff John Laursen said Tuesday.   Continue reading “Protesters from across U.S. arrested at Utah tar sands mine”

Business Insider – by Julie Bort

Microsoft is warning customers that the end is soon coming for Windows 7 in much the same way it came for Windows XP earlier this year. Microsoft will end free mainstream support for Windows 7 on January 13, 2015.

That means no more security patches if hackers find holes, no more updated features or performance improvements.

This covers all versions of Windows 7, Mary Jo Foley points out.    Continue reading “In Six Months, Microsoft Will Pull The Plug On Windows 7 Support”

Benton Mackenzie, left, talks with his parents, Dorothy and Charles Mackenzie, all of whom are facing drug charges. (Source: Louis Brems, Quad-City Times)Police State USA

LONG GROVE, IA — A man with terminal cancer of the blood vessels is being put on trial for growing marijuana plants that he used to ease his suffering. If he survives long enough to be convicted, he could face 3 years in prison, which he believes will be a certain death sentence.

Deadly Cancer

Benton Mackenzie, 48, languishes in pain in his parents basement, diagnosed with a rare disease called angiosarcoma, which leaves him covered in tumors that appear as painful skin lesions.    Continue reading “Terminally-ill man charged with felonies for treating himself with marijuana”

Alaska Dispatch News – by Dermont Cole

FAIRBANKS — The Air Force said it will delay closing the $290 million HAARP site near Gakona until next spring, while scientists hoping to keep it from being torn down argue that the Air Force should leave diagnostic equipment in place.

Deborah Lee James, secretary of the Air Force, wrote to Sen. Lisa Murkowski today that the agency will “defer irreversible dismantling of the transmitter site until May 2015.”

Continue reading “HAARP closure postponed until 2015”

Activist Post

Civil society groups today expressed alarm at an increase in dengue incidence, leading to an emergency decree, in a town in Brazil where releases of genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes are taking place.

The promise was to create genetically modified mosquitoes that would end dengue, but results from field trials conducted in Bahia, Brazil have not been published to date and did not evaluate the relation between Aedes aegypti mosquito populations and the occurrence of dengue [1]. Nevertheless, the Brazilian regulator Comissão Técnica Nacional de Biossegurança (CTNBio) recently gave the green light to the commercialization of the technology proposed by Moscamed Brazil in partnership with the English company Oxitec and the Universidade de São Paulo.   Continue reading “GMO Mosquito Trial Has Reverse Effect, Causes Dengue Emergency”

PanAm Post – Belen Marty

Argentina’s government appears to be following Orwell’s 1984 as an instruction manual. Daniela Dupuy, a prosecutor with close ties to President Kirchner, has launched an investigation into the online activity of 11 Twitter users and requested the assistance of the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS). These 11 users have been accused of “harassment,” based on their demonstration of support for a public prosecutor who was recently removed by Argentina’s judiciary.   Continue reading “Argentina Recruits DHS to Target Dissident Twitter Users”

Preparing traditional matoke, or plantains, like these in Uganda may one day involve bananas genetically engineered to be high in vitamin A.NPR – by Dan Charles

Somewhere in Iowa, volunteers are earning $900 apiece by providing blood samples after eating bits of a banana kissed with a curious tinge of orange.

It’s the first human trial of a banana that’s been genetically engineered to contain higher levels of beta carotene, the nutrient that our body converts into vitamin A. Researchers want to confirm that eating the fruit does, in fact, lead to higher vitamin A levels in the volunteers’ blood.   Continue reading “Globe-Trotting GMO Bananas Arrive For Their First Test In Iowa”

smallpoxThe Guardian

A government scientist cleaning out an old storage room at a research center near Washington made a startling discovery last week – decades-old vials of smallpox packed away and forgotten in a cardboard box.

The six glass vials of freeze-dried virus were intact and sealed with melted glass, and the virus might have been dead, officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday.   Continue reading “Forgotten smallpox vials found in cardboard box at Maryland laboratory”

Egyptians gather at a petrol stationZero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Egypt’s surging budget deficit has hit its limit and the Oil Ministry has decided to cut its $20bn plus fuel subsidies. The result – mainstream fuel prices by up to 78% from midnight on FridayAs Reuters reports, previous governments have failed to curb energy product subsidies, fearing backlash from a public used to cheap fuel. We will wait and see the response but as one analyst noted “It should be noted that the effect of a rise in fuel prices will not affect the poor directly, since they do not own cars…” which makes perfect sense as long as the poor do not use or purchase any item that has fuel in its supply chain – brilliant! The government hopes the fuel subsidy cut will raise 40 billion pounds.   Continue reading “Egypt Raises Fuel Prices 78% Overnight”