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YoNews Portal / Those who give vaccines should know the ingredients
« Last post by YoNews on Today at 09:40:04 PM »
Those who give vaccines should know the ingredients

The chances are that if you ask most chefs about the ingredients they put into their favorite recipes, they will be able to list for you the name of every single ingredient and the corresponding amounts. That is what you would expect. By the same token, you would expect most doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other medical workers who administer vaccines would be able to list for you every ingredient in vaccines, along with the corresponding amounts. That is what you should expect. However, that is not necessarily the case.

According to neurosurgeon Russell Blaylock MD:



 You'd be amazed at the number of physicians, you ask them what's in a vaccine? They'll say, well, there's the bacteria, the virus you want to vaccinate against, and then there's a little immune stimulant in there to help stimulate the immunity so they react against those viral antigens. They don't know about these other chemicals in there like formaldehyde, special proteins, special lipids that are known to be brain toxic, that are known to induce autoimmunity in the brain. They're not aware of that. They don't know that MSG is in a lot of vaccines―monosodium glutamate, a brain excitotoxin. They're not aware of what's in the vaccine they're giving.1

Source: Those who give vaccines should know the ingredients
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Trump's drug control pick resigns following opioid scandal

President Trump's nominee to lead the Office of National Drug Control Policy, Tom Marino, has withdrawn his name from consideration following whistleblower claims that he pushed a law that protects opioid drug distributors.

"Rep. Tom Marino has informed me that he is withdrawing his name from consideration as drug czar. Tom is a fine man and a great Congressman!" President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday morning, two days after CBS' 60 Minutes program featured several former employees of the Drug Enforcement Administration saying that the legislation that Marino (R-Pennsylvania) championed last year made it all but "impossible" for the government to go after unscrupulous distributors of addictive opioid pills.

The Justice Department, under which the DEA operates, said Tuesday it will review the law's impact on the government's enforcement powers.

Source: Trump's drug control pick resigns following opioid scandal
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Thousands rally in Barcelona to support jailed Catalan separatist leaders

Catalans took to the street of Barcelona for a candlelit march in support of the two leaders of the separatist movement who were detained by the central Spanish authorities on suspicion of sedition in the aftermath of the independence referendum, deemed illegal by Madrid.

Tens of thousands of protesters marched through the streets of Barcelona on Tuesday evening to show support for Jordi Sanchez, leader of the Catalan National Assembly (ANC), and Jordi Cuixart, of the Omnium cultural association, who were detained on the orders of Spain's High Court.

The protesters demanded that the central Spanish government release the men, who they referred to as "political prisoners." Sanchez and Cuixart were remanded in custody without bail on Monday.

Source: Thousands rally in Barcelona to support jailed Catalan separatist leaders
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Richard Spencer speech prompts Florida's governor to declare state of emergency

The Governor of Florida Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency in Alachua County. The announcement comes ahead of a speech at the University of Florida by prominent white nationalist Richard Spencer.

Spencer - who takes credit for coining the term 'alt-right' - is due to appear at the university in Gainesville on Thursday. Scott signed an executive order because he believes that the "threat of a potential emergency is imminent."

"We live in a country where everyone has the right to voice their opinion," Scott said in a statement accompanying the seven page executive order. "However, we have zero tolerance for violence and public safety is always our number one priority."

Source: Richard Spencer speech prompts Florida's governor to declare state of emergency
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YoNews Portal / Facebook has become 'giant arm of US intel'
« Last post by YoNews on Today at 09:20:12 PM »
Facebook has become 'giant arm of US intel'

Facebook, the world's top social media platform, is reportedly seeking to hire hundreds of employees with US national security clearance licenses.

Purportedly with the aim of weeding out "fake news" and "foreign meddling" in elections.

If that plan, reported by Bloomberg, sounds sinister, that's because it is. For what it means is that people who share the same worldview as US intelligence agencies, the agencies who formulate classified information, will have a direct bearing on what millions of consumers on Facebook are permitted to access.

Source: Facebook has become 'giant arm of US intel'
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60 Minutes bombshell: Congress is to blame for the opioid epidemic

Sunday, October 15, 2017, CBS TV news 60 Minutes dropped a proverbial "bombshell" regarding the problems with the U.S. pharmaceutical industry and the "shills" who promote Pharma's wares-licensed medical doctors, distributors, pharmacists, etc.

If, by chance, you missed CBS's outstanding piece of investigative journalism, here's a short introductory video to acquaint you with the huge problem U.S. citizens are facing because of the compromises U.S. Congress members have engaged in to affect the health of citizens regarding opioids and the ensuing addiction horrors now plaguing us.

Source: 60 Minutes bombshell: Congress is to blame for the opioid epidemic
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Probiotic treatment erased peanut allergy in 70% of children

Last week Australian scientists announced a major breakthrough in treating peanut allergies - and it can last for up to four years!

This news couldn't come at a better time since hundreds of Americans die each year from food allergies and around 200,000 of the estimated 15 million Americans with food allergies will wind up in the emergency room each year. Almost six million of those with food allergies in the U.S. are children.

Peanuts are among the top 8 food allergens that include wheat, milk, eggs, soy, tree nuts, shell fish and fish.

The recent EpiPen price gouging scandal is more proof that it's time for alternative life-saving treatments.

Source: Probiotic treatment erased peanut allergy in 70% of children
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YoNews Portal / Who Pays What in Taxes?
« Last post by YoNews on Today at 09:20:09 PM »
Who Pays What in Taxes?

Politicians exploit public ignorance. Few areas of public ignorance provide as many opportunities for political demagoguery as taxation. Today some politicians argue that the rich must pay their fair share and label the proposed changes in tax law as tax cuts for the rich. Let’s look at who pays what, with an eye toward attempting […]

Source: Who Pays What in Taxes?
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10 companies that reward you for getting rid of stuff you don't need anymore

Get rid of the stuff you no longer need and get store credit at the stores you love.

Source: 10 companies that reward you for getting rid of stuff you don't need anymore
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Samsung tapped the creators of Siri to build Bixby 2.0 — and it's putting it on everything

Samsung has launched the next version of its voice assistant Bixby.

Source: Samsung tapped the creators of Siri to build Bixby 2.0 — and it's putting it on everything
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