NYC Mayor De Blasio issues an emergency order to Brooklyn’s orthodox Jews, upon a measles “outbreak” which is not an outbreak but an attempt by religious persons to become naturally innoculated with the God given natural wild measles virus to which the recipients will gain life long immunity.
VLA COMMENT: High note! Joe asked Hotez (and I paraphrase from memory), what other ingredients are in the vaccines. Hotez said…just saline!
I first had to turn the interview off after the first 10 minutes. Dr. Hotez got all his principle sound bites in like…the rise in Autism is from better diagnosis. But I decided to wake up at 3:30 and listen to the rest of the podcast. Joe was quite good in his interview and you could hear how Hotez was squirming a bit. Everything Hotez said was filled with lies. He even alluded to Joe Rogan that Amazon, facebook and Youtube should higher medical experts to handle monitoring and censoring anti vaccine “propaganda”. (He said this to Joe…would you believe it). Joe and Hotez went on to have quite a talk about RFK, Jr. My Recommendation: Dr. Toni Bark, Rfk, jr. Del Bigtree have an opportunity to have an interview with Joe Rogan. I believe he is in California. It is worth the trip. Joe Rogan has an ENORMOUS following of young adults.He currently has just north of 3.3 million.
Could Joe get 200 million downloads a month?
So on episode 910 with Gary Vee (2-1-17), Joe said he gets 95 million downloads/listens a month. Since then his youtube monthly views have gone up 2.08x (24.1 million to 50.3 million). Thats just the PowerfulJRE channel, not JRE clips or any of the fan channels. Assuming podcast listens are trending in line with youtube views, he’d now be getting 197.6 million listeners a month. Note that while his youtube views have gone up 2x, his subscribers have gone up over 4x, meaning 200 million might actually be a conservative estimate. Also of interest, is the JRE channel is over 1 billion total views. Now obviously Rogan doesn’t have 200 million fans, many are repeat listeners. Unfortunately I can’t think of any accurate ways of estimating how many people regularly listen.
Popular DNA Testing Company Signs $300 Million Deal With Big Pharmaceutical Company
It might be time for people to reconsider before they spit in a tube. Online genetic testing services are wildly popular. Many people use services such as 23andMe and Ancestry.com to learn about their ancestral pasts. Many also use these services to gain more profound insights into their biological makeup, which is often used to assess risk for degenerative diseases, such as cancer. This information offers use for more trivial insights, such as a person’s rate of metabolism in concern with substances like caffeine.
Pharmaceutical companies with access to such genetic information would be able to develop new products in more efficient ways.
GlaxoSmithKline, seeking to take advantage of just that, has announced a four year deal with 23andMe that allows them access to everyone’s genetic information for precisely the purposes pertaining to drug research.
When the program is complete, every new parent — this includes adoptions — would receive a series of two or three visits by someone like a nurse or other health care practitioner.
The visits could include basic health screenings for babies; hooking parents up with primary care physicians; linking them to other services; and coordinating the myriad childhood immunizations that babies need. (Emphasis added.)
In Iowa, HF 272, sponsored by State Representative Mary Mascher, would require families to submit proof of their child’s required immunizations, and require health and wellness checks of families who engage in independent private instruction or private instruction. Unlike HF 182, another bill Mascher filed this session related to homeschooling, that eliminates independent private instruction HF 272 keeps the phrase “independent private instruction” in the Iowa Code, but requires families selecting that option to submit the same form that was required under competent private instruction. READ MORE…
HF 272 requires health and wellness checks of families who engage in independent private instruction or private instruction.
The bill reads, “The board of directors of a school district shall conduct quarterly home visits to check on the health and safety of children located within the district who are receiving independent private instruction or private instruction.”
The bill also states that these home visits “shall take place in the child’s residence with the consent of the parent, guardian, or legal custodian and an interview or observation of the child may be conducted.” READ MORE…
Update: There is an identical bill, HF 100, by State Representative Bruce Hunter (D-Des Moines) that was introduced late January. This bill was co-sponsored by State Representatives Mascher, Jeff Kurtz (D-Ft. Madison), and Vicki Lensing (D-Iowa City).
Homeschool dad sues federal government for kidnapping his 7 children… medical tyranny run amok (2017)
A little over two years ago, Hal Stanley and his wife Michelle learned the hard way about how CPS views parents who defy the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) pharmaceutical mandate for treating sick children. When the couple was found to be harboring a dietary supplement known as miracle mineral solution, or MMS, in their home — MMS is not FDA-approved — armed law enforcement and CPS officials raided the home and kidnapped seven of the family’s home-schooled children.
NATION’S LEADING LAWYERS TAKE ON GARDASIL VACCINE FRAUD IN COURT
VLA COMMENT: And I mean “major” lawfirms
Since VICA (the Vaccine Injury Compensation Act) forbids recoveries for product defect or negligence, Ajalat brought Jennifer’s civil case under the theories that Merck committed fraud during its clinical trials and then failed to warn Jennifer (and, by implication, other injured girls) about the high risks and meager benefits of the vaccine.
In order to support Sol Ajalat and his sons Greg, Larry, and Steve, who compose the Los Angeles firm Ajalat & Ajalat, a blue ribbon A-Team of the nation’s leading plaintiffs’ law firms have joined Jennifer’s trial team.
These include the firms most feared by Pharma: Weitz & Luxenberg (countless major pieces of litigation over 30 years), Morgan & Morgan (Vioxx, Phenphen, Breast Implants, Tobacco), Baum Hedlund, (Monsanto $289 million verdict 2018 and the $54 million 2000 verdict against Bayer in Haemophiliac/AIDS case) as well as Children’s Health Defense’s own Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Kim Mack Rosenberg (a co-author of The HPV on Trial).
Washington Constitutional Sheriffs Disobey New Anti-Gun Laws — Refuse to Disarm Citizens
…The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun.
Klickitat County, WA — In reaction to the tragic shootings throughout 2018, Washington state has passed and is planning to pass a slew of new anti-gun bills that will make them one of the most regulated states in the country. But these bills are being met by resistance from an unlikely group. A handful of sheriffs is standing up to the “unconstitutional” nature of the bills and is promising disobedience.
Sheriff Bob Songer is one of these sheriffs who is outspoken about his resistance. During an interview with the Guardian, published over the weekend, Songer told the newspaper that the anti-gun legislation passed last November “is unconstitutional on several grounds. I’ve taken the position that as an elected official, I am not going to enforce that law.”
Songer—like every single sheriff and law enforcement officer in the country—swore an oath to uphold the Constitution, and now he’s overtly honoring it by protecting the Second Amendment. READ MORE…
Now you can sue over thumbprint taken without informed consent
Illinois justices’ ruling could ripple across biometric industry
In a ruling that could ripple across the nation’s biometric industry and target Facebook’s use of face surveillance without users’ consent, the Illinois Supreme Court has concluded companies can be sued for collecting such data without informed consent.
“Users don’t need to prove an injury like identity fraud or physical harm – just losing control of one’s biometric privacy is injury enough,” concluded the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which participated in the case.
In Rosenbach v. Six Flags a mother sued on behalf of a 14-year-old son whose thumbprint was taken at the amusement park without informed consent in apparent violation of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act. READ MORE…
VLA COMMENT: The airport once took my print as I was getting on the security line. I was too discombobbled to respond. And got seduced into putting my finger on the scanner.
Japan’s supreme court upheld a law that requires transgenders to be sterilized before their gender can be changed on official documents. The law also requires the person to have “a body which appears to have parts that resemble the genital organs of those of the opposite gender.” The panel of four justices said the measure was intended to prevent problems in parent-child relations that could lead to societal confusion. In other words, the court was trying to raise the barrier to legal recognition of gender contradiction. – READ MORE…