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No Not Mind Control, Ms Plibersek

One of the most interesting
connections with lupus is its
link with fluoride over
consumption. As has already been
demonstrated in this journal,
fluoride is one of the most toxic
substances around and has a
direct effect on the immune
system (Comp Med Res, 1992; 6:
111-3; Eur J Clin Invest, 1992;
22: 659-61; see also WDDTY, 1992;
3 (9): 1-3).

For a person who is
already suffering from an auto
immune disease such as lupus, the
effect can be to worsen the
disorder. For the rest of us,
flourosis may provide yet another
clue as to why the body suddenly
goes haywire.

Lupus is a connective tissue
disease. Some 30 per cent of our
body’s cell protein is made up of
collagen. Research from the All
India Institute of Medical
Sciences has found that fluoride
disrupts the…   continue reading at
THE CASE AGAINST FLOURIDE

http://www.wddty.com/the-fluoride-connection.html

WANTED: Tanya Plibersek MP.
Guilty of Crimes Against
Humanity. Responsible for
poisoning 22.9 million
Australians with the toxic
industrial waste – fluoride.
Crikey. What a yarn. The Federal
Health Minister poisoning the
entire population? The
International Criminal Court
better clear some room.
It’s bollocks, of course. But it
was right there on South
Australian independent MLC Ann
Bressington’s Facebook page.
Along with a comment about
lynching Ms Plibersek. Charming.
Ms Bressington was just one year
into her eight-year term when she
said she was fed up with being a
pollie, but she’s starting to
look like she will not go quietly
when her term is up next year.
That’s a shame.
She is dedicating considerable
time and energy to promoting
fringe conspiracy theories, anti
-scientific thinking and outright
rubbish.
Recently she gave a rambling
speech about the Club of Rome and
Agenda 21, about shadowy figures
creating crises such as global
warming to condition us and
control our lives. If that sounds
garbled, then it’s an accurate
reflection of the entire speech.
She has been posting about
communism by stealth and dragging
other bits of flotsam and jetsam
out of the murky depths of the
internet.
Then there’s the fluoride stuff.
I asked her if the accusation
against Ms Plibersek was a joke
and she replied that fluoride is
a toxic poison. She said she
didn’t post or share the image,
which suggests her Facebook has
been hacked. Probably another
conspiracy.
Independent Senator Nick Xenophon
is remaining diplomatically quiet
about his former comrade, who
coasted into Parliament on the
coat-tails of his popular vote.
Sometimes, ignoring these things
is the best option.
But not when we have a public
figure, on the taxpayer teat, in
a position of power, in a climate
where every now and then the
conspiracy theorists get to
influence public policy.

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In Queensland, the Newman
Government has revoked compulsory
fluoridation of water to appease
people who believe it is
poisoning us – or worse, part of
a government conspiracy to
medicate and control us.
Ms Plibersek reassured The
Advertiser there was no mind-
control conspiracy in the water,
just fluoride, one of “the most
effective public health advances
in decades”.

I suspect there’s something in Ms
Bressington’s water.
Something toxic in MP Ann
Bressington’s fluoride claim”or
Tory Shepherd
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The Crime in International Adoption

Ethiopia

http://ethiopianties.blogspot.com.au/2011/02/connections-to-ethiopia-grow-deeper.html    Picture not from original site.. A family story of persons who adopted a child from that country..

‘International adoptions may seem like an ideal solution to the dreadful deprivation among the young in Ethiopia and the often impossible circumstances confronting parents trying to feed and raise their children.

The reality though, is far from ideal.

Some adopting parents suspect or discover the new child they’ve taken in is not an orphan as they’d been assured. The child may also have a litany of health problems that has been covered up by corrupt officials.

Also many ‘relinquishing’ Ethiopian parents or carers may have been duped into giving up their children through a heartless process called ‘harvesting’ and can’t hope to re-establish contact with them.

Ethiopia has 5 million orphans needing homes and the United States has millions of homes needing babies. Africa Correspondent Andrew Geoghegan and producer Mary Ann Jolley, discover it’s not a simple mathematical equation or zero sum game. There are virtually no government regulations or policing of the process. Many international adoption agencies flashing Christian credentials are taking advantage of the situation. Corruption, fraud and deception are rife.”

I am not going to moralize re the pros and cons of Foreign Adoption, just presenting the facts that have been introduced by others.

Mercy Mercy follows the process of one adoption from both sides of the globe, during four hard years. We experience the consequences for the biological parents, who are not prepared for the conditions and processes of international adoption. And we follow the Danish couple, who are not prepared to parent two children, who already have parents. Finally, it shows how the oldest of the two children, four-year-old Masho, is suffering the detrimental consequences of an adoption gone wrong

.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTirNtngWTE

This is an hour and 40minutes must watch video!

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Getting above the Flood Plain

Those were the days when they would put the road above the flooding..

New Unlike Bridge & their approaches Today.  Government Plans, then Jibs on the Funding.. See below for the plan.

http://www.tmr.qld.gov.au/Projects/Name/Y/Yeppen-North-Project.aspx

Bruce Highway. Images from the air - The big wet, Australia Day weekend around Rockhampton 2013. Photo Sharyn O'Neill / The Morning Bulletin

Bruce Highway. Images from the air – The big wet, Australia Day weekend around Rockhampton 2013. Photo Sharyn O’Neill / The Morning Bulletin/ Sharyn O’Neill ROK260113srains21

THERE will be no money for the construction of the Yeppen floodplain upgrade according to the LNP Capricornia candidate Michelle Landry.

At a meeting of the Senate Estimates Committee on Monday, Labor said there would be no funding for the Yeppen South upgrade and only the $5 million had been allocated for the planning and design – to get it “shovel ready”.

And when Senator Barnaby Joyce, who was at the meeting, asked: “Is there any money for the construction of the Yeppen floodplain in the forward estimates?”

“No there isn’t Senator,” the Department of Infrastructure and Transport’s Mr Roland Pittar said.

Michelle Landry

Michelle Landry /Chris Ison

And Ms Landry slammed the decision.

Throw my hands in the air:

http://www.themorningbulletin.com.au/news/no-funding–yeppen-floodplain-yet-lnp-landry/1755315/

http://wp.me/p2KinY-27

 

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Two floods in Two Years

Happened then in 2010 & again in 2013.. ” The Queensland flood is such the Dairy Man & Woman is tipping the milk out as the Tankers cannot reach their Farms.. ”

https://pamea.wordpress.com/2010/12/29/money-money-milk-down-the-drain/

Bundaberg was asked to take what they could carry, even advised what they would need & most of North Bundaberg could not comprehend the magnitude of the water would overwhelm & even drown those in its path .  The Area surrounding Bundaberg  is small crops,  citrus & sugar  farming.

I visited one of these farms on my way south in September 1997.. it was or has been one of the largest citrus farms in Queensland

Note:  Orchard citrus are Grafted trees on a rootstock.. of a wild citrus variety.  Unlike your  home grown varieties that are grown from seed they lack a strong deep root, makes the trees vunarable to being blown over or as in this case demolished by wind & water.

I worked in a Packing Shed, Emerald Qld 4720..  between 1993 to the year 2000, in season.  Here is a later model packing shed/machines.

2010 Emerald Qld December 2010 Seen it all Before, but not as Large as This.

There may be more on the Plight of Farmers verses Mining

Just how disappointing Newman Government has been..

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Trade is Fraught with Danger of early Death

”The United States has urged Russia to “honor its obligations” as a WTO member and “restore market access for US meat and meat products immediately.” Earlier the Russian food watchdog claimed the ban over additive ractopamine will be long-term.”

When things go against USA  or Ameka as I prefer to call it 

Butcher Brett Marley dumps in a mixed variety of meats to make fresh ground beef at Casey's Market in Western Springs, Illinois, April 25, 2012. (Reuters/Jeff Haynes)

Butcher Brett Marley dumps in a mixed variety of meats to make fresh ground beef at Casey’s Market in Western Springs, Illinois, April 25, 2012. (Reuters/Jeff Haynes)   further reading: http://rt.com/business/news/us-russia-meat-ban-immediately-lift-019/

They scream Fowl! 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coxVFILCSpA

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More from the Wench

Mine Employees get ferried to the Work Site then Back to their Swag..

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Fracking New York v Huffington Post

Standing up against the Frack Madness..

 

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — Eileen Hamlin leaned in towards the computer screen for a closer look at the purple blocks peppering a digital map of New York state. The color denoted land leased to natural gas companies in anticipation of a potential lift of the state’s four-and-a-half-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.

“I’ve just learned that I’m surrounded on three sides by leased property,” said Hamlin, a finger pointing out her Kirkwood land on the map. She sat still for several more seconds, eyes frozen to the screen.

Hamlin was among several activists, including the city’s mayor, who convened on Thursday in Binghamton for the launch of Save The Southern Tier, an anti-fracking network spanning the five upstate counties near the Pennsylvania border where Gov. Andrew Cuomo has suggested fracking would be allowed, should the state release the ban.

new york fracking

 

Eileen Hamlin points to her land, surrounded on three sides by natural gas leases. (Lynne Peeples)

 

Cuomo has until Feb. 27 to make that decision. As his deadline approaches, members of the anti-fracking community are escalating efforts to ensure their voices are heard. Various groups have hosted bus tours through Pennsylvania, rallied in Albany and delivered more than 200,000 comments on the state’s proposed drilling rules. On Wednesday, New Yorkers Against Fracking released anew TV ad that concludes: “Tell Gov. Cuomo: Learn from Pennsylvania, ban fracking.”

Now, members of the new Southern Tier network have added to the governor’s stack of reading. In a letter to Cuomo, dated Thursday, they suggest the governor has been misled by special interests and misinformed about the level of support in the Southern Tier — or, as the activists call it, the “sacrifice zone.”

The group urges Cuomo to meet with his “constituents who oppose fracking,” just as he has with the “out-of-state gas industry,” before he makes his decision.

“Governor Cuomo needs to know that our numbers are growing as more and more citizens in this designated area learn the risks posed by the gas industry,” Hamlin said on Thursday morning in front of local TV cameras in Binghamton’s State Office Building. “Governor, please listen to the significant majority of your constituents.”

Of course, the opinion of the significant majority of constituents depends on whom you ask. In January, a Siena poll found 51 percent of upstate residents opposed to and 38 percent in support of moving forward with fracking in New York. But the latest Quinnipiac University survey, released on Thursday, suggested the split in upstate New York was 48 percent in favor of drilling to 40 percent opposed.

Numerous phone calls and emails from The Huffington Post to the Joint Landowners Coalition of New York, which represents landowner organizations across the state and generally favors natural gas development, yielded no connections to anyone willing to speak for the group.

However, Ed Griffith, chairman for the Northeastern Broome Landowners Association, told HuffPost that his 178 members are “quite anxious, hoping that Cuomo will in fact decide to release the Southern Tier.” No one in his coalition holds an active lease yet, but he noted that they do have a lawyer-approved lease ready and waiting.

Griffith said that he and others in support of opening New York to fracking are frustrated by the “misinformation” and “radical scare tactics” used by anti-fracking activists. He highlighted the concerns they’ve raised over the increased heavy truck traffic that comes with development. “I’ve been to Pennsylvania and looked at the beautiful new roads that companies put in,” he said. “Some of those roads are better than any I’ve driven on.”

Many residents of Broome County continue to face hard financial times. Griffith noted that major area businesses such as IBM and Singer-Link have closed down. Royalties from properties leased to developers could help patch families’ bank accounts, and new business opportunities could provide hope for struggling small business owners like himself. He works as a contractor for instrumentation controls — something that local natural gas developers would need.

“I’m sitting on pins and needles waiting to see,” Griffith said. His confidence that Cuomo will lift the fracking ban has increased, based on word from fellow coalition members who have heard details of the state’s health and environmental reviews. “There’s nothing negative out there at this point in time. There’s nothing out there that concerns the Joint Landowners.”

Indeed, as The New York Times reported, the state’s Health Department found in an analysis it prepared early last year that fracking could be conducted safely in New York. But as the Times went on to report, and as antifracking activists suggest, the state’s lack of transparency leaves it unclear exactly how officials are assessing fracking’s health risks.

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