Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Robert De Niro Just Offered $100,000 to Anyone Who Can Prove Mercury in Vaccines Is Unsafe – Feb 15, 2017

Doesn’t seem like this would be too hard to do, since there is myriad science showing the brain damaging effects of neurotoxic mercury in addition to proof through Congressional testimony that thimerosal, the mercury-laden preservative used in vaccines, was never tested for safety… despite decades of use in vaccines and the Centers for Disease Control…

via Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Robert De Niro Just Offered $100,000 to Anyone Who Can Prove Mercury in Vaccines Is Unsafe — The Daily Sheeple

Montague Keen via Veronica Keen, February 12th, 2017

As the Cabal struggles for its survival, it is using humanity to help it to continue to exist on Earth. Your anger and marching produces enormous ENERGY for those that they are using to hasten your demise. Your anger is…Read more

via Montague Keen via Veronica Keen, February 12th, 2017 — Sananda

Forbes Leads Media Attack Against Turmeric’s Health Benefits – Feb 14, 2017

Tired of turmeric latte sipping hipsters and health nuts lauding the anecdotal health benefits of this legendary golden spice, the Mainstream Media strikes back with the anvil of hard Science (capital “S”)… Forbes just published an op-ed titled, “Everybody Needs To Stop With This Turmeric Molecule,” intended to warn consumers and scientists alike that curcumin…

via Forbes Leads Media Attack Against Turmeric’s Health Benefits — The Sleuth Journal

Boom: Thousands of Medical Studies Found to be Useless – Feb 14, 2017

Jon Rappoport, GuestWaking Times I’m talking about little defenders of consensus science, bloggers who love and adore every official pronouncement that comes down the pipeline from medical journals and illustrious doctors. Dear Bloggers: Thousands of published studies you cite and praise are wrong, useless, irrelevant, deceptive—and the medical journals know it, and they’re doing nothing…

via Boom: Thousands of Medical Studies Found to be Useless — Waking Times