Saturday, October 18, 2014

Soda May Age You as Much as Smoking, Study Says

October 18, 2014

The link between soda and telomere length

Nobody would mistake sugary soda for a health food, but a new studypublished in the American Journal of Public Health just found that a daily soda habit can age your immune cells almost two years.
Senior study author Elissa Epel, PhD, professor of psychiatry at University of California San Francisco, wanted to look at the mechanisms behind soda’s storied link to conditions like diabetes,heart attack, obesity, and even higher rates of death. She studied telomeres, the caps at the end of chromosomes in every cell in our body, from white blood cells. Shorter telomeres have been linked to health detriments like shorter lifespans and more stress, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer, the study notes.
Epel and her team analyzed data from 5,309 adults in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) from about 14 years ago. They found that people who drank more sugary soda tended to have shorter telomeres. Drinking an 8-ounce daily serving of soda corresponded to 1.9 years of additional aging, and drinking a daily 20-ounce serving was linked to 4.6 more years of aging. The latter, the authors point out, is exactly the same association found between telomere length and smoking.
Only the sugary, bubbly stuff showed this effect. Epel didn’t see any association between telomere length and diet soda intake. “The extremely high dose of sugar that we can put into our body within seconds by drinking sugared beverages is uniquely toxic to metabolism,” she says.

Ebola Crisis: 1000 People Monitored In US

Before It's News
October 18, 2014

Today President Obama said regarding the Ebola Virus, “we can’t give in to hysteria.”
But who is kidding who when it was reported that at least 1,000 Americans are being monitored for Ebola.

Dallas: Whether by land, sea or air, the fear of Ebola has been spreading far faster than the growth in the number of people diagnosed with the disease.

As of Friday, about 1000 people are being watched for symptoms, have been asked to monitor themselves or have been urged to check with a counsellor at the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention. The group includes a handful of people who have been ordered into quarantine, a larger group that is being closely watched with temperatures taken at least daily and a much larger group of travellers who may haven flown on a Frontier Airlines jetliner used at some point by an Ebola patient travelling with a low-grade fever.
Alarm: Pentagon workers walk through a pedestrian tunnel in the South Parking lot area that crosses under Interstate 95 highway during an Ebola scare.Alarm: Pentagon workers walk through a pedestrian tunnel in the South Parking lot area that crosses under Interstate 95 highway during an Ebola scare. Photo: AFP
None of those being monitored, regardless of their group, has exhibited any Ebola symptoms. The swelling numbers of those worried comes as President Barack Obama named a former White House adviser Ron Klain to co-ordinate US efforts to contain the Ebola outbreak, after criticism the government’s response to the virus has been slow and inadequate. Mr Klain, a lawyer and businessman, was a senior White House aide to Obama and chief of staff to Vice-President Joe Biden. He will report to homeland security adviser Lisa Monaco and national security adviser Susan Rice, a White House official said.

Separately, the World Health Organisation admitted it botched attempts to stop the spiralling Ebola outbreak in West Africa, blaming factors including incompetent staff and a lack of information.

In a draft internal document obtained by the Associated Press, the UN agency wrote that experts should have realised that traditional infectious disease-containment methods wouldn’t work in a region with porous borders and broken health systems.

“Nearly everyone involved in the outbreak response failed to see some fairly plain writing on the wall,” WHO said in the document.
In the US, the fear of Ebola infection has spread from California to Connecticut – places where people have said they had symptoms such as fever or vomiting, prompting official responses such as sending people home or to hospitals for testing. Schools in Texas and Ohio have been been closed, and false alarms have been sounded across the country. The Pentagon in Washington also had a scare a woman who had reportedly visited Africa reported feeling ill.
However, travel-related issues  are to the fore.
On Friday, Carnival Cruise Lines announced that a lab supervisor from a Dallas hospital is in isolation on a ship out of “an extreme abundance of caution”. The unnamed woman had no signs of illness and was considered to be a “very low risk” by the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention. Yet the cruise ship, the Carnival Magic, was denied docking off the coast of Mexico and is headed back to Galveston, Texas.

The CDC also said two other Dallas hospital workers, who had travelled abroad and returned, had been asked to monitor themselves for signs for symptoms of Ebola. They had not been under the travel restrictions that are now in place for those who may have been exposed to the virus at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas hospital.
Those travellers are among the 75 health-care workers who were involved in treating Thomas Duncan, who entered the hospital for the last time on September 28.

In all, Dallas officials said about 135 people are being monitored to some degree. They include four of Mr Duncan’s family and friends who shared a Dallas apartment for several days and have been quarantined for weeks, but their 21-day period of being physically cut off is scheduled to end on Monday. The boyfriend of Nina Pham, the first nurse to contract Ebola, is also being monitored at the Dallas hospital. He has not been identified beyond the fact that he works at Alcon, a Fort Worth-based eye-care company.

None have shown any symptoms.
Republicans have pushed Mr Obama to ban all travel from West Africa, where Ebola has already claimed more than 4500 lives. Texas Governor Rick Perry, a Republican presidential hopeful, backed that call on Friday.
“Air travel is in fact how this disease crosses borders and it’s certainly how it got to Texas,” Mr Perry said during a televised news conference, adding that there should be an exception for aid workers.
MCT, Reuters, AP

New Ebola "Czar" Has No Medical or Healthcare Background - But He did Sleep at a Holiday Inn Express!!! (Satire)

Mark Matheny
October 18, 2014

Obama has recently appointed Ron Klain as the New "Ebola Czar". Ron was a former Chief of Staff to Vice President Joe Biden. The problem here is that this guy has no medical or healthcare background whatsoever!!

According to CBS DC Rep. Andy Harris, R-Md., slammed the decision on Twitter.
“Worst ebola epidemic in world history and Pres. Obama puts a government bureaucrat with no healthcare experience in charge. Is he serious?” Harris tweeted.

In the video report above you will hear Dr. David Agus say that he believes we need an "Ebola Czar" in order to control the Ebola outbreak in the U.S. Even if that were necessary, why would we choose a guy who has no past experience or knowledge of healthcare or medical procedure?

It seems to me that there is already a position in place called THE SURGEON GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES!

Here is the definition of the office of  the Surgeon General:

The Surgeon General of the United States is the operational head of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps(PHSCC) and thus the leading spokesperson on matters of public health in the federal government of the United States. -emphasis mine
 The Surgeon General reports to the Assistant Secretary for Health (ASH), who may be a four-star admiral in the United States Public Health Service, Commissioned Corps (PHSCC), and who serves as the principal adviser to the Secretary of Health and Human Services on public health and scientific issues. The Surgeon General is the overall head of the Commissioned Corps, a 6,500-member cadre of health professionals who are on call 24 hours a day, and can be dispatched by the Secretary of HHS or the Assistant Secretary for Health in the event of a public health emergency. -Wikipedia      
It seems more logical doesn't it?

Choosing Ron Klain because he worked for Joe Biden makes no sense.

Here is a video however, that makes more sense as to why Ron Klain was chosen. It turns out he has no knowledge of Ebola, but he did sleep at a Holiday Inn Express!!!! Good call Obama!

(Note: Obviously this isn't him, but isn't the resemblance uncanny?)


The President Who Told The TRUTH!!!,,,,, And was Murdered for it!!!

October 18, 2014

"The world is engaged in the most difficult and trying struggle in its long history. All of the great epics which have torn the world for the last 2,000 years pale in comparison to the great ideological gulf which separates us from those who oppose us. It is our responsibility not merely to denounce our enemies and those who make themselves our enemies but to make this system work, to demonstrate what freedom can do, what those who are committed to freedom and the future can do." -John F. Kennedy

The True Reason Gaddafi Was Killed By the Western Power Elites

Mark Matheny
October 18, 2014

In this revealing documentary you will learn the true reasons for killing Gaddafi by the Power Elites of the West.

Gaddafi stated in an interview before the invasion, that the rebels were in fact Al Qeada, and not of his people. He stated they were brought in to overthrow his regime, and that if he was to step down, then a power vacuum would ensue and Al Qeada would take over..... he was right.

Gaddafi was killed because he was establishing a gold standard and was pushing to unite the Arab nations, as well as calling to sell oil only for gold.

The United States did not like this, nor the fact that Gaddafi was independent of the IMF.

Much more information on his demise is revealed in this excellent documentary!

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Crisis imported from abroad to Mideast: Analyst Webster Tarpley

Press TV
October 17, 2014

A political commentator says the ongoing deadly crisis in Syria and Iraq is to blame on foreign governments for their support of militants operating in the two Middle Eastern nations, Press TV reports.

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“I think … the crisis in Syria and Iraq has always been an insurrection fomented from abroad in recent years. [The crises] are not indigenous, but were imported into the country for reasons of imperialism,” Webster Griffin Tarpley, an author and historian in Washington, told Press TV in an interview on Saturday.

Tarpley referred to Turkey as the first country that has supplied the ISIL with “weapons, money and recruits,” saying, “Turks are not tightly enforcing their border. They are letting the ISIS (ISIL) come and go, and other terrorist groups are also coming and going. So this will be the first place to start and they have to close the border.”
The political commentator named “Saudi Arabia, Qatar, [Persian] Gulf states, [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council and Arab monarchies” as the main sources of financial support for the ISIL terrorists.
Webster Tarpley
Regarding the recruitment of militants in Syria, Tarpley blamed the United States for having trained "thousands" of militants to fight against the government of Syria.
The ISIL terrorists, who were initially trained by the CIA in Jordan in 2012 to destabilize the Syrian government, control large parts of Syria's northern territory.
Syria has been gripped by deadly unrest since 2011. According to reports, the United States and its regional allies - especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey - are supporting the militants operating inside the country.
According to the United Nations, more than 190,000 people have been killed and millions displaced due to the turmoil that has gripped Syria for over three years.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Ebola Researcher: Disease Could Go Airborne at Any Moment

The New American
October 17, 2014
Ebola Researcher: Disease Could Go Airborne at Any Moment
Ebola transmitted as easily as the common flu, in an airborne fashion? This could become a reality as the Ebola epidemic continues, says a Purdue University researcher who has been studying the disease for 15 years.
In a pair of Fox News interviews, professor of biological science Dr. David Sanders pointed out that while there’s no evidence of true “airborne Ebola” at this time, it conceivably is just one viral mutation away. On the Monday edition of The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson, Dr. Sanders “explained that a very closely related virus is known to spread among animals via the air,” writes Fox News Insider blog. The site continues:
Sanders also pointed to the way in which the virus enters the body. 

Hawk: “Ebola Carriers Being Flown In On Grid Pattern Across US”

Mark Matheny
October 17, 2014

It certainly is suspicious that we are having instances of Ebola here in the U.S.. There is definitely much secrecy as well among government and media agencies.

I am posting a radio program that covers a wealth of information that is vital to understand in light of current events.

The information is documented, and the theories brought forth in the program are very possible.

Listen close, and verify the information for yourself. 


By Susan Duclos – All News PipeLine


On the Thursday The Hawk show we find out some major updates from multiple sources which include but are not limited to; A deep background source provides evidence that “Ebola carriers” are being flown into the US in a “grid pattern” in order to spread the deadly virus, which has killed over 4,000 in west Africa, and patient zero here in the US, all across America.


Hawk also reminds us of information from over a month ago where a whistleblower highlighted a case in Kansas City, MO, where a patient was brought into a hospital bleeding from all orifices, then the next day simply disappeared, but the public story was that he had “Malaria.”


Now “coincidentally,” a separate story was reported where a boat docked in New Orleans after having been to the Democratic Republic of Congo in western Africa, where a crew member died, and that too was publicly declared Malaria….. and that was just a month ago as well, via reports on September 18, 2014. (Source


Following this very coincidental Malaria thread, on October 3, 2014 yet another case of supposed Malaria was diagnosed in Maryland on a patient with a travel history to west Africa, where the current Ebola outbreak is out of control. (Source)


Ok, back to Hawk’s updates.


Another source informs the Hawk that there are many cases of Ebola here in the US that have not been made public, also telling him that the numbers are in the hundreds, despite the conservative estimates just reported which claim that there will be two dozen by November in the US


All this and more in just the first segment below, out of four below….. there are quite a few “coincidences” and major updates provided in the following three as well.


This is a show that should not be missed because the connections are right there for anyone that bothers to look.


Thursday, October 16, 2014


RT News
October 16, 2014

The real cost of Obamacare will be hundreds of billions of dollars more than expected, Republican members of the Senate Budget Committee now say, and will greatly increase the federal deficit during the next decade.
Contrary to claims made by the White House, United States President Barack Obama’s hallmark health care plan will actually have a tremendous toll on the government, GOP members of the SBC committee allege in a new report.
According to an analysis of data received by the Congressional Budget Office, Senate Republican say so-called Obamacare won’t reduce the federal budget deficit by $180 billion by 2019 as predicted, but will actually set the US back another $131 billion in the hole.
The CBO hasn’t officially investigated the cost of Obamacare since the summer of 2012, Senate Budget Committee Ranking Member Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama) says in the report, and complications in the two-plus years since have, according to his group’s analysis, caused costs to change tremendously.
“The most recent CBO estimate, released in July 2012, indicated the law was projected to reduce the deficit by $109 billion over the 10-year period from FY 2013–2022. Nevertheless, considerable changes have occurred since then: a botched rollout of the insurance exchanges; unilateral changes made by the Administration to exempt certain groups from complying with key aspects of the law; technical adjustments to CBO’s baseline projections for federal health spending; updated economic forecasts; a better understanding of the labor market effects of the legislation; and a new 10-year budget window,” the report reads in part. “Together these changes have significant implications for the sign of the deficit impact of the Democrats’ health law.”
“[I]f nothing had changed since 2012,” the report continues, “then the legislation would be projected to reduce the deficit by $180 billion” by 2024.
After reviewing new data, however, that number changes drastically. In all, GOP analysts say the difference between the 2012 prediction and the latest analyses amounts to $311 billion.
“Altogether, the SBC Republican staff analysis finds that after taking these significant changes since 2012 into account, the Democrats’ health care law will increase the budget deficit by $131 billion over the current 10-year budget window (FY 2015–2024),” the report finds. “This estimate is arrived at by taking the $180 billion in projected deficit reduction from the CBO 2012 extrapolation and then accounting for the lower net cost of the coverage provisions ($83 billion), the lower estimated federal health care savings under the plan ($132 billion), as well as the lower projected revenue levels when including the labor market effects of the legislation ($262 billion).”
Meanwhile, other figures concerning Pres. Obama’s Affordable Care Act could fluctuate in only the next coming days: although Americans were allowed to begin enrolling in the healthcare program last October 1, this time around they will have to wait until November 15 — 11 days after the upcoming mid-term elections.
“This is more than just a glitch,” Tim Phillips, president of free-market Americans for Prosperity, said in a statement last week. “The administration’s decision to withhold the costs of this law until after Election Day is just more proof that Obamacare is a bad deal for Americans.”
Last year’s scheduled launch of the ACA was ultimately marred by a number of incidents, including major problems with the program’s website and the inability for many people to retain old insurance providers. In July 2014, a survey conducted by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation determined that 53 percent of respondents viewed the ACA unfavorably.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014


Land Destroyer
October 15, 2014

Whatever the cause - conspiracy or incompetence - the recent Ebola outbreak illustrates the dangers of centralized globalization, and opens the door to possible solutions

October 13, 2014 (Tony Cartalucci - LD) - Ebola Viral Disease (EVD) has surfaced in West Africa in an unprecedented outbreak infecting and killing thousands according to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The epicenter appears to be centered between Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia - the former being where the first case was reported, the latter being hit the hardest.  Other nations including Senegal, Nigeria, and Mali have had cases reported but were contained and the spread of the disease there appears to have stopped. Nations like Uganda who have grappled with Ebola and similar diseases have yet to be affected and are believed to have suitable measures in place to zero in and contain the virus.

Beyond countries in West Africa, Spain, the United States, Brazil, and now Germany have reported travel-associated cases of Ebola as well as infections of health workers who apparently breached protocols while handling infected patients.

Characteristics of Ebola and Current Countermeasures 

The Ebola virus itself has an incubation period of between 2-21 days. It is not believed to be infectious until symptoms begin to form, however, it can cause infections for up to seven weeks after a patient recovers. Because of its varying incubation period, those infected have between 2-21 days to travel before any form of "screening" currently being done at airports would detect a fever and therefore be able to identify, contain, and treat possible Ebola cases. This means that the infected could be traveling into foreign countries, well past ports of entry and screening points before their symptoms and ability to infect others begin to manifest themselves.

Upon contracting Ebola, patients may begin to exhibit a fever and complain of abdominal pain but otherwise exhibit few other symptoms. It is only until later stages of the infection that Ebola may cause rashes and bleeding - and some patients never develop these symptoms at all. A complete list of symptoms is available at the CDC's website.

Because of Ebola's incubation period, screening at airports is perhaps the least effective measure a state could put in place. Instead, and has been done throughout all of human history to contain contagious disease, nations with widespread infections should be quarantined - and travel bans placed on these nations by governments interested in preventing the spread of Ebola within their borders. Within an infected country, quarantines must be placed on areas where infections are present.


AP News
October 15, 2014

LONDON (AP) -- West Africa could face up to 10,000 new Ebola cases a week within two months, the World Health Organization warned Tuesday, adding that the death rate in the current outbreak has risen to 70 percent.
WHO assistant director-general Dr. Bruce Aylward gave the grim figures during a news conference in Geneva. Previously, the agency had estimated the Ebola mortality rate at around 50 percent overall. In contrast, in events such as flu pandemics, the death rate is typically under 2 percent.

Acknowledging that Ebola was "a high mortality disease," Aylward said the U.N. health agency was still focused on trying to get sick people isolated and provide treatment as early as possible.

Read the entire article

Monday, October 13, 2014

In Lies We Trust

Mark Matheny
October 13, 2014

If you want to know the origin of AIDS and Ebola, then watch this extremely well documented film on wnat is really going on with vaccines and population control....

The stock market is finally recognizing severe global volatility: Stock market has worst performance in two years.

October 13, 2014

Volatility in the market came roaring back this week.  Stocks had their worst weekly performance in two years.  It was hard to understand given the interconnected nature of the markets how little of an impact was being had in US stocks when global markets and governments are facing dramatic challenges.  The markets are slowly coming to the realization that the Federal Reserve simply does not have all the answers to every crisis that arises.  A low interest rate is not going to stall geo-political risk or the spread of infectious diseases.  There are more complicated forces at work here especially when the biggest consumer economy in the US is seeing those exact consumers lose purchasing power with inflation.  There wasn’t any significant news that set the markets off this week aside from trends that have been ongoing for some time now.  It just appears that the markets are reflecting a more realistic position of what is happening around the world.
Volatility is back
One of the most surprising things in this historic stock rally going back to 2009 is that there has been relatively low volatility.  It has been one giant bounce from the bottom.  That is atypical in many recoveries especially after a crisis like the Great Recession.  The world has become a very complicated place with risk running wild in many areas.  It looks like volatility is now being recognized once again:
vix short-term
Those participating in the markets, not your average worker, are much more disconnected from the micro economic trends that impact those working citizens in many countries around the world.  If we look at Europe, they continued to be mired in heavy unemployment and slow growth.  Our battle is with stagnant wages and a growing number of those simply not participating in the labor force.
Yet it is important to note that many simply do not own stocks.
Many don’t own stocks
Most realize there are heavy crosscurrents hitting our economy at a structural level.  The middle class is shrinking.  Benefits are declining.  The ability to purchase a home is getting tougher.  Debt is the new way of buying items for working Americans, not savings.  These have major impacts on where things go.
But even in the US, the wealthiest nation, many Americans simply do not own stocks:
80 percent of all stock wealth is held with the top 10 percent of the population.  So most people have very little at play when it comes to owing stocks.  When you see a selloff as we did last week, bigger hands are viewing something significant in the markets.
It also creates a disenfranchisement by the public with the economy since their voices are simply not being heard.  Stocks overall are valued too high:
pe ratio
Even looking at conservative pricing models, the S&P 500 is overvalued by 20 percent.  Unless earnings can justify higher prices, it is reasonable to expect a correction given the 200 plus percent run in the stock market.  At a certain point, something will need to give.  It seems like this past week at least, the market is starting to realize that there are many unknowns in the world economy ahead.  Markets abhor information vacuums and that is exactly what we have.

Israelis and Palestinians join forces to combat Ebola

Yahoo News
October 13, 2014

Jerusalem (AFP) - Israeli and Palestinian officials met at the weekend to draw up an action plan to prevent the Ebola epidemic from spreading to the territories they control, the Israeli military said Sunday.

"During the meeting (on Saturday evening), updates were exchanged between the parties, and transfer of information was agreed upon by way of additional meetings to take place in order to further track the issue," said COGAT, the defence ministry unit responsible for Palestinian civilian coordination.
One proposal to combat the disease was for Israel to provide courses in advanced epidemiology for Palestinian and Jordanian medical staff, a health ministry official said on condition of anonymity.
Ebola has killed more than 4,000 people this year, nearly all of them in the West African countries of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
"There are contacts with the Israeli side regarding this within the context of WHO's instructions on fighting this virus, which is a global task," said Assad Ramlawi of the Palestinian health ministry.
"There are common crossings and we have contacts on this, nothing more or less," he told AFP.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a meeting Sunday with health, military, police, border crossings and other relevant officials over the epidemic.
"We are taking a certain number of measures to isolate any sick people from countries at risk and to treat them of course," Netanyahu said in a statement. "This is a global epidemic and we are cooperating with other states."
Efforts to counter the spread of the disease would focus on border crossings and Ben Gurion International Airport, near Tel Aviv, said the statement.
There have been no reported cases of Ebola in Israel or the Palestinian territories.
Israel is a popular destination for African Christians, with around 43,000 of them having visited the country since the start of the year, according to the tourism ministry.

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