In an email discussion about the Dairy lobby’s plan to put Nutrasweet in school kids milk sent to John Podesta the sender, Don Kennedy asserts that Aspartame is a poison and that in 1985, Monsanto purchased G.D. Searle, the chemical company that held the patent to aspartame, the active ingredient in NutraSweet. Don Kennedy adds that “Monsanto was apparently untroubled by aspartame’s clouded past, including a 1980 FDA Board of Inquiry, comprised of three independent scientists, which confirmed that it “might induce brain tumors”.
He goes on to say “the FDA had actually banned aspartame based on this finding, only to have Searle Chairman Donald Rumsfeld (currently the Secretary of Defense) vow to ‘call in his markers’ to get it approved.” Kennedy goes on to say how the chemical passed when Reagan’s FDA commissioner, Arthur Hayes Hull, Jr added an additional member to the commission and then the vote became deadlocked and he broke the tie of 3-3 by ruling in aspartame’s favor.
On January 21, 1981, the day after Ronald Reagan’s inauguration, Searle re-applied to the FDA for approval to use aspartame in food sweetener, and Reagan’s new FDA commissioner, Arthur Hayes Hull, Jr., appointed a 5-person Scientific Commission to review the board of inquiry’s decision. It soon became clear that the panel would uphold the ban by a 3-2 decision, but Hull then installed a sixth member on the commission, and the vote became deadlocked. He then personally broke the tie in aspartame’s favor. Hull later left the FDA under allegations of impropriety, served briefly as Provost at New York Medical College, and then took a position with Burston-Marsteller, the chief public relations firm for both Monsanto and GD Searle. Since that time he has never spoken publicly about aspartame.
The recipient, a Wendy Abrams, responded back to Kennedy by giving an example of her own experience with the poisonous chemical aspartame. She said that she drank so much of it in college, she developed exercise-induced asthma and severe headaches as a result, adding that both went away when she got off of it. Aspartame has long been speculated to be a harmful chemical that is added into food as a sweetener which causes a number of numerous health problems.
I don’t know how much you know about Nutrasweet, but I think it is poison. I drank so much of it in college, I developed exercise-induced asthma and severe headaches as a result (both went away when i got off of it, but if I drink even one ounce, I will have a horrible headache immediately.) Doctors will swear to me it is fine, and I will tell them, maybe i’m the only person in the world who reacts like this, but clearly it affects me, and then they’ll tell me again, it is fine. They are so brainwashed by the propaganda, they refuse to believe anything contrary. I also have a friend who worked for the researchers at University of Chicago (which has a top rated neurology dept) and the doctors there said when they gave nutrasweet to lab mice, it literally blew holes in their brains.
Dangerous levels of chromium-6 are contaminating tap water across the U.S. and being consumed by hundreds of millions of Americans each day, according to an Environmental Working Group report released last week!
There are two hundred million Americans that are potentially in a similar situation to Flint, Michigan, where the government was warned about the high levels of lead but did nothing.
Thats half the U.S..
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has never set a specific standard for chromium-6 in drinking water. The EPA has no idea what this mistake could mean for millions of Americans.
There is no scientific certainty regarding safe levels of “Chromium-6.” The side effects are not known regarding what long term ingestion could mean for the human body. Chromium-6 is classified a carcinogen.
The Environmental Working Group, an independent advocacy group, examined evidence from water plants throughout the nation and concluded that the tap water of 218 million Americans was contaminated with high levels of chromium-6.
The new report states that levels of chromium-6 are above 0.03 parts per billion in 75% of the samples they tested by local water utilities on behalf of the EPA between 2013 and 2015.
That’s a massive seven million Americans that receive water out of their own faucets that is cancerous. The levels of chromium-6 are higher than the legal limit established by California 10 ppb.
According to Bill Walker, a co-author who sponsored the report, Chromium 6 is one of many dangerous deadly chemicals in our environment.
“Americans are exposed to dozens, if not hundreds, of other cancer-causing chemicals every day in their drinking water, their consumer products and their foods.” Walker said.
He goes on, “what the best science of the last decade tells us is that these chemicals acting in combination with each other can be more dangerous than exposure to a single chemical.”
With such factual information readily available that lead and fluoride as well as prescription medications contaminate our water supply, and in doing so, our bodies, companies like MyDx offer a water sensor to test for harmful chemicals in our drinking water and filtration companies like Big Berkey and others are going to take off fast as consumers everywhere start to filter their water from foreign chemical neuro-toxins like chromium-6 and fluoride, which well respected medical journal The Lancet classified a neuro-toxin in March 2014. As the government and the EPA can’t be trusted to properly do their jobs, water filters are going to do big business.
Fluoride is also an active ingredient in Prozac, an anti-depressant drug. What else is in our drinking water?
Working class white men make less now than they did in 1996.
No wonder they are frustrated.
Working class white men saw their income drop 9% between 1996 and 2014, according to a new report from Sentier Research. This group, who Sentier defines as having only a high school diploma, earned only $36,787, on average, in 2014, down from $40,362 in 1996.
Meanwhile, college educated white men saw their income soar nearly 23% over the same period, from $77,209 to $94,601.
Published by two former Census Bureau officials, the Sentier report shines yet another light on the fortunes of the white working class. This group has become a force in the 2016 presidential election, serving as the backbone of Donald Trump’s support. And the Republican candidate’s campaign has tailored much of his campaign to the working class, with promises that he will bring back the manufacturing jobs that once allowed them to support their families.
The study first looked at the 1996 incomes earned by 10 groups of men in two-year cohorts ranging in age from 25 to 26 to 43 to 44. Sentier then looked at what men earned 18 years later, when the youngest cohort were 43 to 44 and the oldest were 61 to 62.
The results varied greatly by age. The youngest group of working class white men, who were 25 to 26 in 1996, saw their incomes rise by 19%, from $32,677 to $38,803, over the 18-year period. However, their college educated peers enjoyed a 133% explosion in their incomes, from $40,487 to $94,252.
When it came to the oldest cohort, who were 43 to 44 in 1996, both working class and college educated white men saw their incomes fall over the period. But the working class still fared worse, suffering a 47% drop in income, from $51,491 to $27,230. Men with college diplomas, however, saw their incomes fall 28.5%, from $95,734 to $68,406.
This decline among older workers stems in part from people who left the labor force or shifted to part-time work, which pulls down the average income for the group, said Gordon Green, co-author of the report.
In order to capture these trends, Sentier calculated its income estimates by dividing the total amount of wage and salary income received by members of all of the age cohorts by the overall number of people in the group. This differs from the more common calculation, which just looks at those who receive wage and salary income and work full-time, year-round.
The income declines among working class white men stretches back to at least 1978, Sentier found. Those who were age 25 to 44 back then made more than they did in 1996. College educated white men, on the other hand, saw their income grow during that period.
In addition to showing the tough times the working class has faced, the report also shows the big income boost that comes with a college degree, Green said.
“People say it may not be worth it to go to college. These numbers show that isn’t true,” he said.
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An Illinois doctor in a suburb of Chicago has had his license suspended for confessing he was giving patients homemade vaccines — made from cat saliva and vodka.
The doctor, Ming Te Lin, told the investigators from the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation not to worry however — as he has been giving children his homemade and unapproved vaccines for over a decade.
The department did not receive any complaints from his patients, but rather from other healthcare providers who were concerned about the fact that children who went to Lin’s practice were being given unapproved oral and nasal versions of vaccinations.
“After hearing complaints … investigators visited Lin’s Flossmoor practice,” the AP reports. “They found a cluttered, unsterile office and ‘a box filled with vials and tubes that [Lin] was using to make his own vaccinations’.”
If a patient of family member had a history of autism, eczema, or neurological disorders, he would administer them orally or nasally — despite the method not being approved by the Food and Drug Administration or any other medical organization.
Lin is also accused of falsely signing paperwork asserting that he had administered conventional vaccines to his patients, instead of ones containing cat spit.
Patients who were given the unapproved vaccines even included a seven-day-old infant.
Lin admitted to investigators that he had been making his vaccination blend using vodka and cat saliva for patients with allergies. He claimed that he was using a device called the Wavefront 2000 to detoxify mercury from the cat saliva — yet the device’s claims are all based on pseudo science.
Gizmodo reports that the manufacturer describes the machine as, “an electronic device that detects the unique, subtle electro-magnetic frequency information of any substance placed in its input well and imprints the signal into a carrier fluid placed in the output well. The signal can be inverted to form an anti-allergen remedy.”
Lin is set to appear before the Medical Disciplinary Board on October 11.
“It’s unclear whether or not the saliva was from Dr. Lin’s own cat, or random cats he found for the purpose of collecting their spit,” The Influence, a news site covering medicine, noted.
A new Associated Press-GfK poll reveals that one in three voters do not believe that Hillary Clinton is healthy enough for the job of President of the United States.
The survey found that while 51% of registered voters are very or extremely confident that Donald Trump is healthy enough to serve as president, only 36% are as confident in Clinton’s ability.
The topic of 68-year-old Clinton’s health became a huge issue in the election after questions were raised by popular author and journalist Mike Cernovich, and Paul Joseph Watson of Prison Planet, prior to Clinton’s collapse at the 9/11 memorial.
The journalists’ concerns were loudly dismissed and written off as sexist “conspiracy theories” by mainstream pundits and reporters who ultimately ended up eating their words.
Confusingly, AP wrote of their poll:
“Another gender divide: Nearly half of women but just 4 in 10 men think Clinton’s health is getting too much attention, found the poll, which was taken before the presidential candidates’ debate on Monday.”
The story accompanying the poll was also extremely biased towards Clinton, painting her as a brave fighter who “refused to take a sick day,” until it caught up to her in New York City. They also continued to imply anyone questioning the health of the candidate is sexist.
“Monday she rebutted Trump’s talk of stamina by wondering if he could match her grueling schedule as a Secretary of State — traveling to 112 countries, negotiating peace deals, spending 11 hours testifying before a congressional committee,” the AP wrote.
Having to sit through a hearing for possibly causing the deaths of four American citizens has apparently become a proud bragging right for Hillary Clinton.
Trump and his supporters are not backing down on the issue however, no matter what name calling his opponent and her supporters engage in.
“I think absolutely her health is an issue,” David Bossie, Trump’s deputy campaign manager, said on Fox and Friends on Wednesday. “Her stamina is an issue, whether or not she’s going to be able to fulfill her office.”
“That’s something that every four years, whether it’s John McCain, Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, going back to President Reagan … people want to know that their president that they’re electing is going to be able to serve those four years, and I think there’s lots of questions,” Bossie continued.
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