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The Infectious Myth – Toni Krehel on Informed Consent and Vaccination in Florida – 11.07.17

In episode 161, David talks with Toni Krehel, a Chinese medical doctor in Florida, and an advocate for the right to refuse vaccination. While Florida requires a medical or religious exemption for school children to refuse vaccination, some universities and colleges had been insisting on  vaccination, and would not accept exemptions. In reality, there are no laws that given these …

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The Infectious Myth – Dr. Sin Hang Lee’s Complaint about HPV Vaccine Approval by WHO – 09.26.17

On January 14, 2016 Dr. Sin Hang Lee, an experienced pathologist, wrote to the Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) complaining about what he described as the corrupt approval of the HPV vaccine. In episode 156, David discusses with Dr. Lee, his concerns that the unique formulation of the HPV vaccine, which has aluminum bound to viral DNA, …

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The Infectious Myth – Critical Vaccine Studies with Neil Miller – 08.22.17

In episode 152, David discussions Neil Miller’s book, “Critical Vaccine Studies”, which provides citations and summaries for over 400 studies that covers the toxicity and ineffectiveness of several different vaccines, and important vaccine ingredients, such as mercury and aluminum. This specifically covers autism, and also corruption within the vaccine industry. You can find out more about Neil Miller and the …

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Expat Files – 04.02.17

#2-A quick guide to hiring and firing maids, gardeners and other domestic help. Up in the states, most gringos and Expats can never afford a maid or gardener. That can present stressful boss/employee relations problems if not handled correctly right from the start. Problem #1: Many Gringos/Gringas feel quite guilty about paying so little (considered slave wages in the states). They often compensate by being very lenient and letting maids set the rules in the house, often forgetting who’s the boss and who’s the employee.

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The Infectious Myth – Ebola, that’s enough! Yes! – 02.07.17

Recently an Ebola vaccina trial was published with an incredible result — none of the people who were vaccinated came down with Ebola, while quite a few unvaccinated people did. David dissects this trial and by the time he’s finished there’s nothing but a bloody mess left on the floor. The trial is a scientific disaster, sound and fury signifying nothing. You can read the paper from Lancet at: http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(16)32621-6/fulltext

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Globe-trotting pollutants raise some cancer risks 4 times higher than predicted

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A new way of looking at how pollutants ride through the atmosphere has quadrupled the estimate of global lung cancer risk from a pollutant caused by combustion, to a level that is now double the allowable limit recommended by the World Health Organization. The findings, published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences …

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Focus on the Facts – 01.17.17

The guest was Jason Christoff, a Certified Holistic Life Style Coach from Canada. Discussed how chemtrails, vaccines, prescription drugs, Fluorinated water, and GMO foods are manipulating the minds and bodies of mankind. The elite motivation is to automate humanity into a computer class of workers and Jason explained how that extends to mind control and the practice of inoculating people with vaccines and mind-numbing chemicals.

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Why odds are against a large Zika outbreak in the US

Is the United States at risk for a large-scale outbreak of Zika or other mosquito-borne disease? While climate conditions in the U.S. are increasingly favorable to mosquitos, socioeconomic factors such as access to clean water and air conditioning make large-scale outbreaks unlikely, according to new analysis of existing research—but small-scale, localized outbreaks are an ongoing concern. In their forthcoming paper …

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Alternative Visions – Review of 2016 US and Global Economic Events + Predictions 2017 – 12.30.16

Dr. Jack Rasmus reviews the major economic events of 2016 and their likely continuing impact in the year ahead. Topics includes global trade stagnation, Federal Reserve rate hikes, global oil and commodity prices, property financial bubbles in China and capital flight and devaluation, Europe events involving the ECB, Italian and Europe banks, the UK economy post-Brexit, negative rates and non performing bank loans worldwide, the failure of Abenomics and bank of Japan’s QE, Latin American recessions, and the global corporate debt bubble. Also addressed are the US economy’s first quarter collapse and recovery, Fed rates, the shift to fiscal-infrastructure spending, the unwinding bond bubble and emerging stock bubble, health care and drug price inflation, and the rising US dollar and its impact on emerging markets. Jack offers his predictions for 2017 for the US economy, Europe, Japan, China, India, Latin America, emerging markets, and global commodity prices. (Next week show: review of major political events of 2016 and political predictions 2017).