President Donald Trump has been getting a lot of heat for his comments regarding White Nationalists and the tragedy in Charleston, North Carolina this past weekend. Just yesterday a photo showing a Confederate Flag hanging in the White House was posted online. Seen below:
Confederate flag from White House
During a press conference today he was asked to comment on this and stated that the flag was “part of history” and that “the Confederates fought for their country during a very terrible war”.
Almost immediately, Mr Barker asked her why she didn’t “go back” to her country of origin. (Ms Calderón is an immigrant.)
“We have nothing here in America; ya’ll keep flooding it,” he said. “But like God says – like Yahweh himself says – we will chase you out of here.”
Later, Mr Barker stopped to correct himself, telling Ms Calderón: “No, we’re going to burn you out.”
Wind and solar power are subsidized by just about every major country in the world, either directly or indirectly through tax breaks, mandates, and regulations.
The main rationale for these subsidies is that wind and solar produce, to use the economic term of art, “positive externalities” — benefits to society that are not captured in their market price. Specifically, wind and solar power reduce pollution, which reduces sickness, missed work days, and early deaths. Every wind farm or solar field displaces some other form of power generation (usually coal or natural gas) that would have polluted more.
Subsidies for renewables are meant to remedy this market failure, to make the market value of renewables more accurately reflect their total social value.
This raises an obvious question: Are renewable energy subsidies doing the job? That is to say, are they accurately reflecting the size and nature of the positive externalities?
That turns out to be a devilishly difficult question to answer. Quantifying renewable energy’s health and environmental benefits is super, super complicated. Happily, researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley Lab have just produced the most comprehensive attempt to date. It contains all kinds of food for thought, both in its numbers and its uncertainties.
The post below this is an extract from the ABC article “Nuclear medicine production in Australia at risk if dump site can’t be found, industry head says”. I left out the bits where ANSTO officials orgasmically discussed how much Australia needsthe Lucas Heights nuclear reactor for medical reasons.
Anyone would think that this humanitarian motive is the sole raison d’etre for this nuclear reactor. The ABC apparently buys that story.
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Folks, I am tired of writing about this. I see patients who have been damaged by vaccines. There is no excuse for any healthcare practitioner to defend the current vaccine schedule when it has not been properly studied. There is no excuse for any healthcare practitioner to justify the use of vaccines that contain neurotoxins and carcinogens that include aluminum, formaldehyde and mercury.
Our children are mandated by the Powers-That-Be to have more and more vaccines. The state of health of U.S. children is a disaster. When compared to other Western countries, our children suffer with more autism, arthritis, cancer, and chronic illness. Our schools are suffering under the enormous weight of special needs children.
Somebody show me a study where our children, the most vaccinated children on the planet, are healthier than other Western children.
It is time to speak up and it is time to vote the idiots out of office who do nothing. I know I have asked you to call the Office of Government Reform (OGR) before. OGR is supposed to investigate U.S. Government whistleblowers. The Government will work for us IF we make our voices heard. If we say nothing and do nothing, we will get more idiocy. Chaffetz, the former do-nothing Chair of OGR is, thankfully, gone. Trey Gowdy is the new chair. Let’s hope Mr. Gowdy does what is right: Call the CDC whistleblower to testify, under oath. The phone number for OGR is: 202.225.5074. Put the number in your speed dial and call every day and ask why the CDC whistleblower has not been called to testify.
“Prior to the time doctors began giving rubella (measles) vaccinations, an estimated 85% of adults were naturally immune to the disease (for life). Because of immunization, the vast majority of women never acquire natural immunity (or lifetime protection).” (Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, Let’s Live, December 1983, as quoted by Carolyn Reuben in the LA WEEKLY, June 28, 1985.)
“Adminstration of KMV (killed measles vaccine) apparently set in motion an aberrant immunologic response that not only failed to protect children against natural measles, but resulted in heightened susceptibility.” JAMA Aug. 22, 1980, vol. 244, p. 804, Vincent Fulginiti and Ray Helfer. The authors indicate that such falsely protected children can come down with “an often severe, atypical form of measles. Atypical measles is characterized by fever, headache… and a diverse rash (which)… may consist of a mixture of macules, papules, vesicles, and pustules… ”
Donald Trump’s counter-terrorism adviser Sebastian Gorka has a family history linked to Nazi terrorists, and now he’s not even trying to hide it. Gorka officially claimed hereditary membership in an organization the State Department considers NAZI collaborators.
The group in question is the so-called Vitez Rend, a Hungarian organization that helped the Nazis commit atrocities during World War II.
Gorka’s grandfather and father were members of the group, and Gorka’s not hiding his own membership in the organization anymore either.