A woman’s kind-hearted gesture made a world of a difference to a man who was “being aggressive” on a train.
Facebook user Ehab Taha captured the moment when the 70-year-old woman reached out to hold the hand of the man, who was sitting on the floor of the train.
The photo of the two has had more than 27,000 shares since Taha posted it to his page.
According to Taha, who was riding the Sky Train in Vancouver, B.C., the man was cursing and shouting, while everyone else looked on scared.
Taha writes how the man may have been struggling with drug abuse or mental health issues.
Instead of turning away, the elderly woman reached out her hand and “tightly gripped his hand until he calmed down,” Taha writes.
“I’m a mother and he needed someone to touch,” she told Taha after the incident, and then started to cry.
Taha told CTV News that when the man arrived at his stop, he got up and said, “Thanks, grandma,” before getting off.
“[The photo] resonated with people,” Taha told the news outlet. “It’s incredible to see that sometimes human touch can do so much more than anything else.”
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One of the key ingredients in vaccines such as DTaP, polio and Hep B is Phenoxyethanol. The DTaP vaccine became mandatory for pregnant women in Brazil in 2015 and is suspected to be the real cause behind the thousands of cases of microcephaly that have been linked to Zika.
Phenoxyethanol is a glycol ether. Glycol ether are solvents that are found in all sorts of things such as paint, cleaners and fuel. Recently cosmetic companies have been replacing parabens with phenoxyethanol as the public have become more aware of the dangers of parabens, not that it is actually a safer ingredient.
The product’s Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) says that it phenoxyethanol is harmful if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through the skin and that it can cause reproductive damage.
The FDA has warned that Phenoxyethanol can cause damage to brain cells and the central nervous system when used in large quantities. The FDA has also issued warnings that the ingestion of Phenoxyethanol can be toxic and harmful for infants and suggest that breastfeeding mothers avoid using cosmetics containing this ingredient so that it is not transfered to the baby. so the FDA doesn’t think it’s safe for breastfeeding mothers to apply a small amount of phenoxyethanol topically, but it is being injected into the blood streams of pregnant women.
According to the EPA, when tested on mice it caused interference with reproductivity, chromosomal changes and DNA mutations.
Injecting pregnant women with a toxic substance that is known to cause brain damage seems like a much more likely explanation to the thousands of cases of microcephaly in Brazil than a mosquito virus that usually causes nothing more than a rash and fever.
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On Sunday, a day after threatening to do as much, an anonymous hacker released the names, job titles, email addresses and phone numbers of over 20,000 Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) employees and 9,000 from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), just for good measure.
The hacker also claims to have hundreds of gigabytes of data from a Department of Justice (DOJ) computer, although this information has yet to be released.
Of the leaked information, many of the employees and operatives are working in non-public positions, including approximately 1,000 FBI employees currently holding intelligence analysis roles.
A spokesperson for the DOJ told Motherboard that is it, “looking into the unauthorized access of a system operated by one of its components containing employee contact information.”
According to Motherboard’s conversations with the hacker, the cybercriminal appears to have gained access by compromising a DOJ email account last week, and then used that account to access a DOJ portal after tricking a representative into providing a token code.
The hacker then used the compromised credentials to access an online virtual machine.
From there, databases of both the DHS and FBI were accessible on the DOJ intranet.
Though the hacker has claimed no affiliation with any group, it’s possible they are involved with ‘Crackas With Attitude’ (CWA).
The hackers facilitating this intrusion used the hashtag #FreePalestine in several tweets, the same as CWA had done previously. The group claims the hashtag is an effort to show support for Palestine, which was the motivation behind the attacks.
There was a lot of ruckus in the media when a Yale student, Jerelyn Luther, was recorded screaming at a Yale professor whose wife, Erika Christakis, had sent a now infamous e-mail critical of politically-correct campus organizations. Just two days ago, Ms. Christakis spoke to the New York Times, for the first time recounting how an e-mail meant to foster dialogue turned into national outrage directed at her and her husband. The Times wrote:
“Increasingly, college administrators are pushing back against student demands perceived as doctrinaire on matters involving cultural sensitivity, and are asking for a spirit of negotiation rather than ultimatums, as Ms. Christakis urged in her email.”
The Times further goes on to report that Ms. Christakis’ friends asked her why she would stick her neck out by commenting on a “hot-button issue” that they see as stemming from a new generation of “inflexible, spoiled brats” who have no tolerance for what other people have to say, thus highlighting how the older generation perceives this anti-speech crisis in academia to be a problem that did not exist before; but the truth is that this inflexibility in the Yale community is not something new, it’s been a cultural aspect of the university for almost two centuries.
When Skull & Bones was founded in the 1830s, it immediately cloaked itself in secrecy and silence. Members of the society would sometimes get up and leave a room if someone even asked them a question related to their membership in the extremely wealthy organization that has included in its roster a laundry-list of statesmen and oligarchs.
When I first started at Yale, we were taken to countless events and orientations and even humorous performances by some of the campus groups. Campus groups are primarily led by seniors, naturally, and they set the tone for the freshmen, handing down ultimatums on silence.
One performance which I still vividly remember involved a group which was led by two Bonesmen; the list of members is published annually by The Rumpus, the college tabloid, for which I was a contributor, so I can confirm who was a member during my time there.
In that performance, we were comically shown the horrendous situations that could arise if people started talking about “wealth” and other privileges they or their families enjoyed. Many people get into Yale hoping they can get accepted into a society, even if they don’t admit it, and senior year I knew there were some people disappointed when no one came to their door tapping them to join a secretive group.
That drive and ambition to be accepted, to “make it,” immediately establishes the culture of not asking questions and of not discussing things that could make people with “secrets” uncomfortable, or feel like they need to leave the room. The ultimatum secret society members issue is: “even acknowledge us and you’re out of the race, as well as anyone who associates with you.”
There were times when I would enter the dining hall and you could hear a pin drop; silence at Yale is a sign of seriousness and intelligence and thoughtfulness. Asking questions and inquiring about secretive machinations will get even the most harmless person Snowden-ed.
In fact, even mentioning the fact that the secret societies existed could make a whole table go quiet and people were extremely hesitant, even afraid to acknowledge or talk about the Native American skeletons next door.
I remember once being in the library, stacking books so I could pay my way through, and during a break we start discussing how falsely Yale is portrayed in Hollywood fiction. I bring up the movie The Skulls and mention how ridiculous it was that in the movie two of the characters had a dorm room so big that they could throw a ball to one another for fun. Everyone went extremely quiet and looked nervous.
They made it very clear that it was not a good idea to talk about having seen that film.
The fact today that a student like Jerelyn Luther can scream at a professor whose wife sent an e-mail going against campus culture doesn’t mean that the university has changed that much. It just means that brown students who were once denied entry to the elite ivory tower are now demanding the same right to establish silence on certain topics, and to issue ultimatums.
Yale University, an elite institution that attracts the world’s most powerful. Copyright: Abreu Report
During this entire debate on free speech at Yale, no one has even brought up the fact that talking openly about secret societies — groups which form an intrinsic part of the campus culture — is fully out of the question to nearly all of the students. To get ahead at Yale with campus organizations, you have to play the game, and that game is: silence.
Ms. Christakis’ crime wasn’t that she sent an e-mail asking for students to be allowed to wear offensive Halloween costumes. Her treason was breaking the silence code by telling students that they could even “think” about going against ultimatums issued by the same seniors “making secret oaths and engaging in secret proceedings.”
Those same seniors have been taught for four years that asking the wrong question or presenting the wrong knowledge could ruin their bright futures, so it is only natural that they get angry. And anger, true to the powerful emotion that it is, spreads through campus and trickles not only down, but across the whole United States, where members of Yale’s secret societies occupy the highest offices of power.
Sandoval County, NM — Last August, Sandoval County deputy Fred Switzer, and another deputy were transporting a teenage child from a court appearance when things went shockingly awry.
After the teen was placed in handcuffs and put in the back of the patrol car, Switzer took it upon himself to dole out not, one, but four hard slaps to the teen’s face.
While the patrol car’s camera doesn’t have sound, the teen appears to move his head in a motion to spit at the officer. However, the actual spit was not caught on the camera, and even if it had been, it did not warrant the violent response to a handcuffed kid.
Switzer, 70, retired from the Albuquerque police department as a lieutenant and has been with the Sandoval County sheriff’s department for eight years. However, he has since been fired.
After a fellow officer had witnessed the assault, he filed a report with Switzer’s supervisors. Despite the incident happening six months ago, the video of the attack, and news of the officer’s firing was just released publicly.
Young children often find themselves on the receiving end of police state violence while attending public school.
In January of last year, Colton Granito, an 8-year-old boy with autism, threw a tantrum during class. Instead of following the boy’s IEP plan, police were called. Colton was handcuffed, transported to jail, and forced to sit in a cell for hours wearing a straight jacket. He was subsequently charged with assault and sentenced to probation.
The photo below is of a 10-year-old child handcuffed, laid out on the back of a police cruiser. The boy’s name is Ryan, and he has autism. He misbehaved at school and was also arrested and treated like a criminal.
In September of last year, we reported on body cam footage showing a 9-year-old special needs boy handcuffed as his father pleaded with the officer to release him.
That same month, a highly disturbing video of cops manhandling a 13-year-old autistic child as he screamed for help emerged on Facebook.
And these cases contain only autistic children. If you truly want a glimpse into the horrid effects of the police state on all children, take a scroll through our archives, at this link.
Matt Agorist is an honorably discharged veteran of the USMC and former intelligence operator directly tasked by the NSA. This prior experience gives him unique insight into the world of government corruption and the American police state. Agorist has been an independent journalist for over a decade and has been featured on mainstream networks around the world.
According to Chilean newsagencies. the whales were discovered by scientists on November 17, but only now has the mass death been reported to the authorities (and leaked to the press). In May, in the same part of the Aysen region, biologist Vreni Haussermann discovered 30 dead Sei whales. Baffled scientists suggested at the time that the deaths might have been caused by a virus, and promised to launch an investigation.
At first, researchers counted 20 carcasses but warned that the number could increase following their investigations. The final count is shocking. After the first deaths in May, Haussermann teamed up with Dr. Carolina Simon Gutstein and they pooled their resources together. Using aerial and satellite photography, the scientists have counted 305 carcasses and 32 skeletons in the area between the Gulf of Penas and Puerto Natales.
This is the single biggest mass whale death known to science. Haussermann said it was “an apocalyptic sight.”
Sei whales can weigh up to 50 tons, and they usually live in deep waters far from coastlines. They feed on krill and other small sea creatures by using a filter system, which makes them vulnerable to plastic pollution, and in particular, microbeads.
Due to the remote area and rough seas on the Southernmost tip of Chile, not to mention the decomposition of many whales, conducting experiments to determine the exact cause of death isn’t easy. The case was recently reported to Chilean fishing body Servicio Nacional de Pesca, and will be followed up by the Chilean police.
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Up to 8,000 children in Flint, Michigan have potentially been poisoned by their own water supply, and so the Michigan Senate has bravely come together to push through a bill that… bans anal sex.
The insanity of this move is made even more outrageous by the fact that 1) Michigan already has a sodomy ban and 2) the ban is completely pointless. The 2003 Supreme Court case of Lawrence vs. Texas declared sodomy bans unconstitutional in all states.
So, to reiterate, rather than help citizens that are being poisoned by their own water, Michigan senators chose to spend their time and money upholding an already existing sodomy ban that is impossible to enforce.
The ban was able to pass because it was attached to an animal-rights bill mostly aimed at keeping pets out of the hands of animal abusers. The discriminatory measure is squeezed inside the section banning bestiality, an asinine suggestion by Michigan Senators that two consenting adults having the freedom to be intimate is equatable to sexual abuse of an animal.
The language of the bill reads “A person who commits the abominable and detestable crime against nature [sodomy] either with mankind or with any animal is guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment for not more than 15 years…”