Wednesday, November 19, 2014

The “Trojan Horse” Attack on Public Health

Memory Hole Blog

Attorney Shawn Abrell discusses the health dangers of electromagnetic radiation and litigation against entities such as US school districts that endanger vulnerable constituencies with the installation and usage of wireless technology.

Abrell has become a foremost expert on the health dangers of wireless technology. In 2011 he filed suit on behalf of parents against Portland Oregon Public Schools for the use of WiFi. The judge dismissed the case, deferring to the Federal Communications Commission, an agency not mandated to oversee public health concerns.

International organizations such as the World Health Organizations to national governments set an extremely high threshold for wireless technology exposure to the human body. “What is the ‘standard of safety’ for wireless technology?” Abrell asks.

It’s the amount of energy it takes to begin heating up your body like a microwave oven does. By the way, cellphones and wireless use the same frequency–2.4 gigahertz–as do microwave ovens. So they have the most harmful effects. The reason a microwave oven works is that it’s the frequency that has the most resonance with water. It heats up the water most … The same thing happens in the body because we’re made of 80% water or more. The body’s water resonates with this and absorbs the radiation. It couldn’t be more of a deadly weapon. It certainly is a Trojan Horse, in my opinion.

This toxic agent is being marketed as “Smart Phones.” It’s giving people the ability to communicate instantly, to essentially have the world at their hands, but [telecomm companies] are totally misrepresenting the harmful effects. I know Steve Jobs knew about the radiation from the iPads, [which] is astounding. Even if you have the WiFi turned off in Airplane mode the amount of dirty electricity coming off of the touchpad surface is about 50 miligauss.

Recently they had a school in Vermont that was closed down because the amount of dirty electricity coming from power lines over the school was 7 miligauss. They closed the school down for 7 miligauss. Why is that? Because 1-2 milligauss has been proven to cause cancer. So we have an unbelievably dangerous device that’s being given to our children, in schools, and they’re not being given the warning labels. They’re not told to not touch the device or keep the device away from your body … The device interacts the with the child’s electromagnetic field, and the child grounds out and discharges all of that dirty electricity and/or extremely high frequency radiation.

The use of such wireless technology in Southern California grade schools is causing physical injury to some students. In the Fullerton and Los Angeles Unified School Districts, for example,

...when they turned on the new WiFi system and gave [students] iPads, those children began getting bloody noses. I’ve got about five school districts now in the State of California with bloody-nosed kids. In LAUSD the protocol for dealing with this is that [because there's no school nurse on duty] the kids that were reporting bloody noses were told to go to the principal’s office, and the principal’s office would just tell the kids to wash their faces and go back to class. No records were being kept of this. Parents weren’t being told this. We’ve got photos of this … By the time a lot of these kids get home from school their symptoms [such as] bloody noses usually stop, and their other symptoms usually stop later that night.

Abrell emphasizes that he is not against using internet technology in instruction. Rather, he points out that “connected/wired” versus WiFi delivery of data and instructional material is much more secure in terms of privacy and overall economical for school budgets. “There is no downside with the alternative,” he notes. “The question becomes, Why would these schools want to go out and spend literally hundreds of millions of dollars? In the LA Unified School District I think they spent $1.25 billion on the roll out of their wireless infrastructure.”

The deployment of all such wireless technology proceeds with the widespread notion that it is safe and has gone through sufficient testing. Abrell explains how cellular telephony and wireless have never received sufficient testing.

There’s not one single scientist brave enough or willing to state that this technology’s safe. Not one. And most people think that these devices are pre-market tested, like they used to be when I was a kid. Most people grew up in my generation thinking that all products are pre-market tested. Well not with cellphones. Those were specifically exempted from pre-market testing so that they could roll them out and begin generating a profit.

Mr. Abrell is recognized internationally for charitable work in the ultra-complex area of children’s civil rights and electromagnetic radiation. Versed in all aspects of personal injury and medical malpractice, insurance, construction, business, U.C.C., and banking, Mr. Abrell is a highly qualified and skilled professional with over ten years of experience in complex state and federal civil litigation in Washington and Oregon courts. He holds degrees from Indiana University and Nova Southeastern Law School.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Is This a Joke? British Police Push for Ban on Pointy Knives

Daily Sheeple

Among second amendment advocates, it’s been frequently argued that any effort to control the sale and use of firearms, even if it sounds reasonable, will lead us down a slippery slope towards all out gun control. Efforts to limit magazine capacities and register firearms are just the first steps toward banning and confiscating all guns. And it won’t end there, of course. Before you know it, the nanny state will start banning knives and kitchen cutlery! What a joke.

Except it’s not a joke anymore. You only need to take a look at the headlines in Britain to witness the absurdity of “knife control” at its best.

The new “Save a Life – Surrender Your Knife” program is in full swing and police are telling us that they have joined forces with an already growing trend in the United Kingdom to ban “pointy” knives.

Lancashire Police tell us that an “amnesty” program began at the end of August, and “more than 800 knives have been handed in across the county – including swords, machetes and commando knives.”

“The amnesty was extended for a further week owing to its success,” Lancashire Police representatives explained.

The Lancashire department explains that their “officers have now given their backing to a national initiative designed to raise awareness of knife crime and encourage the surrender of dangerous weapons.”

In spite of the amnesty ending this week, police tell us that “people can continue to hand in any knife at any police station with a front counter as well being able to drop them into the designated bins.”

In the United States, the gun buyback program is a classic example of a nanny state successfully cowing members of the population into giving up their weapons. Only a completely lobotomized population would stand in line all day for the “privilege” of being disarmed by the local police. Never in my wildest dreams would I have guessed that someday, a similar program would be used to collect knives as well.

Unfortunately, the absurdity of the situation doesn’t end there.

“We’ve been delighted with the response so far, but our communities have told us that they want an end to knife crime and that they want to work with us to make that happen.”

A call from the British Medical Journal was published several years ago, arguing that “many assaults are committed impulsively, prompted by alcohol and drugs, and a kitchen knife often makes an all too available weapon,” according to the BBC.

Knife crime? Is that what they’re calling it? You can’t just refer to it as a violent crime, or a crime of passion. Apparently knives are special and scary. I had no idea that there was such a big difference between being murdered with a knife and being murdered with a cricket bat, or a crowbar.

What if in another 20 years, they’re asking you to turn in all blunt object that are capable of bludgeoning someone? After that they’ll ask you to turn in your shoelaces so you don’t hang yourself. I imagine most people wouldn’t want to live in a world where literally everything can be dangerous, therefore, everything is illegal.

If you think I’m exaggerating, take a look at the facebook page for the Lancashire Police Department. They subtly hint at their true intentions.

While projects encouraging the surrender of knives are not a single solution to violence, they have an important role to play in inspiring communities to get behind education and preventative measures.

You can’t laugh about it. It’s not a joke anymore. There is no longer any limit to what can be controlled and regulated. Most people would have laughed hysterically if you told them there would be calls for knife control someday. And not just butterfly knives and switchblades, but apparently, anything that is “pointy”.

Researchers “consulted 10 top chefs from around the UK, and found such knives have little practical value in the kitchen. None of the chefs felt such knives were essential, since the point of a short blade was just as useful when a sharp end was needed.”

I just… I don’t know what to say. Should I laugh or should I cry?

Ok Britain, we need to talk. Let’s call it an intervention. I know Americans aren’t perfect, and sometimes people from other countries with different perspectives can look at our culture and tell us “hey, what you’re doing there is pretty bad”. The rampant prescription drug abuse, the overflowing prisons, the income inequality… all that stuff. We certainly have problems, and sometimes it takes someone from the outside to look at it and tell us how bad it is.

But in this case, I think we know what we’re talking about. You’ve got a serious problem. You’re no longer trying to make people safer. You’re building a prison around them, and you’re out of control. Once you ran out of guns to confiscate, you started taking away the cutlery. Are you insane? Do you have some impulsive desire to be disarmed? Do your people feel the need to embrace weakness and collectivism?

Whatever it is, I hope you find help soon. Because as an American looking at this from the outside, you look and sound completely mad.

I know there’s still a lot of awesome freedom loving Brits out there. If you’re reading this, tell us what you think in the comments

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Ezekiel Emanuel: We Should Die at 75

National Review Corner
by Wesley J. Smith

Ezekiel Emanuel is one of the nation’s premier Obamacarians. He has the president’s ear. He is for health care rationing. And now, he wants us to die at 75.

He doesn’t put it quite like that, writing in the first person. But make no mistake: That is his essential message. From ”Why I Hope to Die at 75,” in The Atlantic:

Here is a simple truth that many of us seem to resist: living too long is also a loss. It renders many of us, if not disabled, then faltering and declining, a state that may not be worse than death but is nonetheless deprived.
It robs us of our creativity and ability to contribute to work, society, the world. It transforms how people experience us, relate to us, and, most important, remember us. We are no longer remembered as vibrant and engaged but as feeble, ineffectual, even pathetic.
By the time I reach 75, I will have lived a complete life. I will have loved and been loved. My children will be grown and in the midst of their own rich lives. I will have seen my grandchildren born and beginning their lives. I will have pursued my life’s projects and made whatever contributions, important or not, I am going to make. And hopefully, I will not have too many mental and physical limitations. Dying at 75 will not be a tragedy. Indeed, I plan to have my memorial service before I die. And I don’t want any crying or wailing, but a warm gathering filled with fun reminiscences, stories of my awkwardness, and celebrations of a good life.

This is the quality of life ethic in action. It is an expression of the increasing bigotry we are witnessing against the aged. It is egotistical in that the only thing that matters is what Emmanuel wants without regard to the impact it might have on others. It is fearful of difficulty. It denies the equal dignity and importance of elderly human life. It embraces the idea of elderly people as burdens and disdains the value others may derive when caring for their elderly loved ones. It more than implies that living with limitations isn’t worth living.

Emanuel is free to think what he wants, of course. But the article is important because it expresses the value system upon which Obamacare and other health-care public policies will be predicated if the Ezekiel Emanuels get their way.

In other words, it won’t be so much about choosing not to receive expensive care after 75, but being unable to get it even if that is what you want.

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Electronic Criminality and Mind Control

 Memory Hole Blog

Derrick Robinson, President of Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance (FFCHS) joins James for the hour. FFCHS has been in existence since 2005 addressing the issues of remote electronic assaults and surveillance.

The secret research and deployment of these devices and techniques affects multitudes of people in this country and the world, most of whom are unaware of their existence. FFCHS seeks to raise public awareness on the impact of these technologies, as well as a congressional hearing and investigation to expose and stop the perpetrators of these crimes.

In January, 2011, Derrick Robinson was featured in a program by Canadian TV show host, Richard Syrett for his The Conspiracy Show, was consulted extensively in Jesse Ventura’s 2012 season of Conspiracy Theory for an episode entitled, “Brain Invaders,” interviewed by the Washington Post in 2006, the New York Times in 2008, and appeared on KMIR-TV in Palm Springs, California in November, 2012, for their news story about electronic harassment.

In 2013 and 2014 he was featured in the Super Soldiers/Mind Control Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada and has spoken on numerous radio talkshow programs around the web, such as George Noory’s Coast to Coast AM, Kerry Cassidy’s Project Camelot: The Legacy of A Nation, and Pinkney to Pinkney.

Sources Robinson has worked with assert that as much as ten-to-twelve percent of the US population may be subject to some form of electronic harassment or surveillance. “There are probably at least millions of people who are victimized because we get calls every single day from all across the country,” Robinson points out, “from every major city, every major locality–a steady stream of people.”

There is a long history of such mind control research and techniques in the United States, dating at least to the CIA’s MKULTRA program begun in the early 1950s. “Basically their aim [has been] to control a human being without the person being aware of their efforts. They use drugs, they use electroshock, they use hypnosis, and ultimately electromagnetic energy. That seemed to be what paid off the most for them.”

Robinson remarks on the scientific work of Yale mind control pioneer Jose Delgado. “He started off first with animals. He referred to cats as his electronic toys. And he was able to, just by using a remote radio frequency transmitter, he was able to make cats twirl in circles, to lay down, to roll over, to vocalize–just about anything he wanted them to do.” With additional experimentation, Delgado detected the specific frequencies necessary to to initiate the desired response in primates en route to the overt control of human minds, the findings of which are presented in his book, Physical Control of the Human Mind.

Not only are intelligence agencies at least indirectly involved in electronic harassment and surveillance of innocent individuals, but so too are private corporations.

What we have come to learn is that many of them are brought in to the system with the idea of investment in the technology, satellite technology, accessing certain parts of the spectrum to advertise their products. It’s a selling point for those in corporate industry, because then they’re able to subliminally market their products to an unaware public.

The prevalent demographic of an electronic harassment/surveillance victim is a single woman between the ages of 40 and 50 years old, although single men are also desirable targets. “They tend to choose individuals that are alone and unattached to family and friends,” Robinson observes. “They tend to want someone that they can isolate, and if they can get someone by themselves they can really bring the full bearing of their program upon them.”

Shortly before his death, Navy Yard Shooter Aaron Alexis was in touch with FFCHS via email to obtain the organization’s support for what he believed were electronic assaults, possibly emanating from the Navy Yard compound.

Robinson notes that Alexis was in touch with FFCHS on September 1, 2013, less than two weeks before the fateful Navy Yard episode. “He had the exact same symptoms as many in our community. He was hearing voices. He was getting microwave attacks. He felt he was being followed by a group of people. He was sleep-deprived. In fact, he went to the hospital in search of medicine to help him to sleep … 
This is a recurrent theme in the active shooters that we see oftentimes in the news. We’ve tried in some instances to make contact with the individuals that have survived to let them know what is going on with them.

Robinson holds a B.A. in Speech and Theater from Ohio Wesleyan University and a Certificate from the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland. He can be heard regularly via the organization’s Saturday Night Podcast on

Big Brother Strikes Again: 17 ‘Fake Cell Phone Towers’ Found Across America!

Investment Watch

More than a dozen “fake cell phone towers” could be secretly hijacking Americans’ mobile devices in order to listen in on phone calls or snoop on text messages, a security-focused cell phone company claims. It is not clear who controls the devices.

Related:  Phony Mobile Towers Could Be Intercepting User Data In The US