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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Nursing Student Expelled for Questioning Directives To Lie About Vaccines

Nichole Rolfe (formerly Bruff) was expelled from the nursing program at Baker College in 2013 for “harassment of staff.” Rolfe readily admits that she had respectfully questioned two of her teachers during classroom discussions when each of them instructed the students to use diversion, misinformation, threats, and blatant lies to coerce their patients (not theoretical patients- current hospital patients) to comply with vaccination demands. Within two weeks of these incidences, Rolfe was expelled from the program with no warning, no recourse, and no right to appeal.
On April 5, 2015, Rolfe and her lawyer filed charges against the college.

First Instructor: Lie About Reason for Vaccinations – Give Misinformation – Deflect Fears and Concerns

The first instructor named in the complaint, Connie Smith, Assistant Director of Nursing, instructed the students to tell expectant mothers and their partners that they were not allowed access to the labor and delivery floor until they received a DTaP vaccine. The reason given for this demand was the safety and protection the vaccine would give to the newborns. The instructor was clear in her directives that the nursing students were to misrepresent facts and disregard patients’ concerns, including fears of vaccine injuries.
Rolfe questioned the deception- the reality that vaccinations would not provide protection for 4-6 weeks, therefore they would not in any way protect the hospital newborns from disease. She asked why she would be required to participate in behavior contrary to ethical and legal standards regarding informed consent. The instructor ended the discussion, stating they would pick it up at a later time.

Code of Ethics for Nurses, American Nurses Association

Respect for human dignity requires the recognition of specific patient rights, in particular, the right to self-determination. Patients have the moral and legal right to determine what will be done with and to their own person; to be given accurate, complete, and understandable information in a manner that facilitates an informed decision; and to be assisted with weighing the benefits, burdens, and available options in their treatment, including the choice of no treatment. They also have the right to accept, refuse, or terminate treatment without deceit, undue influence, duress, coercion, or prejudice, and to be given necessary support throughout the decision- making and treatment process. Such support includes the opportunity to make decisions with family and significant others and to obtain advice from expert, knowledgeable nurses and other health professionals.” – Excerpt – 1.4 The Right to Self-Determination

Instructor Two: Give Sick Children Vaccines and Threaten Medicare Recipients

Two days after this incident, the second instructor named in the complaint, Alysia Osoff, gave instructions for the students to use any means necessary to bring pediatric patients up-to-date on their vaccines before their discharge from the hospital. She told the students to lie to the parents receiving Medicare and to threaten them by telling them that non-compliance could result in Medicare refusing to pay their hospital bill, making them liable for the charges.
Again, Rolfe questioned the instruction. First she questioned why sick children would be targeted for vaccination when the drug inserts (instructions) clearly warn against vaccinating sick children. Then Rolfe questioned the ethics and legality of lying to parents and threatening them to gain vaccination compliance.
Rolfe maintains that she remained calm and professional throughout this exchange while Osoff “… became completely unhinged…”
The directions given by these two instructors were in complete contradiction to the training these nursing students had received including written information in their textbooks. More importantly, the instructions violated the law, ethics, and morality. This lack of integrity mirrors the doctrine of the pro-vaccine camp with its endemic lies, manipulations, and threats.
In addition to Rolfe’s honesty and integrity, she was an “A” student, 20 weeks from graduation. Her expulsion not only ended her training at Baker College, it left her blackballed for other schools. We can only hope Nichole Rolfe is successful in her lawsuit and her goal to become a nurse practitioner/midwife and that she finds excellent employment with like-minded professionals.

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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Quote De Jour

"If voting made any difference they wouldn't let us do it."  - Mark Twain 

Monday, July 27, 2015

Quote De Jour

"Government is actually the worst failure of civilized man. There has never been a really good one, and even those that are the most tolerable are arbitrary, cruel, grasping, and unintelligent."  - H.L. Mencken 

Thursday, July 23, 2015

If Vaccines Don’t Cause Brain Damage, Why is GlaxoSmithKline Paying Out $63 Million To Vaccine Victims?

Since the swine flu panic that was widespread in 2009, prompting more than 60 million people to get vaccinated against it, countless amounts of individuals – predominantly children – have developed a range of health conditions. Mainly, brain damage has been the issue; everything from sleep disturbances and memory impairments to hallucinations and mental illness have been experienced by those who received the swine flu vaccine.

Most medical professionals and Big Pharma folks are quick to defend and recommend such vaccines; of course pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), the manufacturers of the swine flu vaccine, Pandemrix, is a key player in this regard. However, they’ve come under fire recently and rather than sit under a protective you-can’t-touch-me cloak, the pharma giant has been ordered to pay about $60 million to the UK government after it was determined that Pandemrix played a role in causing brain damage in a range of cases.
“No doubt” swine flu vaccine linked to brain damage
“There’s no doubt in my mind whatsoever that Pandemrix increased the occurrence of narcolepsy onset in children in some countries – and probably in most countries,” says Emmanuelle Mignot, a specialist in sleep disorder at Stanford University who looked into the effects of the vaccine.
About 80 percent of those affected have been children, but GSK continually turned a blind eye. Even when a study came out showing that vaccinated children where 13 times more likely to develop narcolepsy, the company didn’t admit any link. Even when, in 2011, the European Medicines Agency issued a warning that people under 20 should refrain from getting the vaccine, GSK didn’t pay attention. They maintain that they are professionals dedicated to human health; the GSK website currently says, “At GSK responsible business is how we do business. Our mission is to improve the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better, live longer.”
Sure, tell that to eight-year-old Josh Hadfield, from Somerset, England. He took Pandemrix and guess what? He’s now on anti-narcolepsy drugs to help keep him awake in school, something which costs approximately $15,000 annually.
“If you make him laugh, he collapses. His memory is shot. There is no cure,” his mother says. “He says he wishes he hadn’t been born. I feel incredibly guilty about letting him have the vaccine.”
GSK web site puts emphasis on “delivering financial performance”
Interestingly, the same GSK website that talks about the company’s responsibility to help others feel good and live long lives also touches on a more pressing issue, at least for them – and it’s one that says a mouthful. Just a few sentences below its statement of health dedication, in larger font that stands out from the rest of the copy, it says, “How we operate is just as important to us as delivering financial performance.” The statement is attributed to Sir Andrew Witty, GSK CEO. So there you have it. That, my friends, is it in a nutshell, basically as close as we’ll come to “hearing” straight from the source itself that all Big Pharma truly has in mind is the health of their numbers.

Of course the fact that GSK will be paying the UK government millions of dollars to those who now have brain damage from taking Pandemrix also speaks volumes. It acts as an admission that taking the vaccine is indeed a health problem; otherwise, why would GSK be on board with giving money to those who are now hardly able to function in their daily lives? It they truly felt they were in the right, they’d stand firm and refuse to make any payments, right?
“There has never been a case like this before,” says Peter Todd, a lawyer who represented many of the claimants in the U.K. “The victims of this vaccine have an incurable and lifelong condition and will require extensive medication.”
It’s expected that even more people will develop brain injuries associated with taking the swine flu vaccine, especially narcolepsy and cataplexy, which makes a person lose consciousness whenever they experience deep emotions such as the basic act of laughing.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

New Flu Vaccine Made from Insect Cells - Adverse Effects

    Flubok is made using cultured insect cells and can be produced much more rapidly than traditional egg-based flu vaccines. It also contains 3 times more active ingredients than traditional flu vaccines, according to the manufacturer, Protein Sciences Corp. For the upcoming flu season, there were 2 strain changes.
The new flu vaccine made using cultured insect cells is expected to be available in retail pharmacies like Target by mid-August.

Manufactures inserst say adverse reactions include:
 In General:
Immune system disorders: anaphyl
axis, anaphylactoid reactions, allergic reactions, and other forms of hypersensitivity
Guillain-Barré syndrome 
a disorder in which the body's immune system attacks part of the peripheral nervous system. The first symptoms of this disorder include varying degrees of weakness or tingling sensations in the legs. 

Blood and Lymphatic System Disorders:
Cardiac Disorders:
Ear and Labyrinth Disorders:
Eye Disorders:
Conjunctivitis, eye irritation, eye pa
in, eye redness, eye swelling, eyelid
Gastrointestinal Disorders:
Abdominal pain or discomfort, nausea, swelling of the
mouth, throat, and/or tongue. 
General Disorders and Admini
stration Site Conditions:
Asthenia, chest pain, chills,
feeling hot, injection site ma
ss, injection site reaction, in
jection site warmth, body aches. 
Immune System Disorders:
Anaphylactic reaction including shock, anaphylactoid
reaction, hypersensitivity, serum sickness. 
Infections and Infestations:
Injection site abscess, inject
ion site cellulitis, pharyngitis,
rhinitis, tonsillitis. 

Musculoskeletal and Connective Tissue Disorders:
Pain in extremity. 
Nervous System Disorders:
Convulsion, dizziness, encephalomyelitis, facial palsy,
facial paresis, Guillain-Barré
syndrome, hypoesthesia, myelitis, ne
uritis, neuropathy, paresthesia,
Respiratory, Thoracic,
and Mediastinal Disorders:
Asthma, bronchospasm, cough,
dyspnea, respiratory distress, stridor. 

Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue Disorders:
Angioedema, erythema, erythema
multiforme, facial swelling,
pruritus, rash, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, urticaria. 
Vascular Disorders:
Henoch-Schönlein purpura, vasculitis.
  • Dr. Mark Geier discusses aspects of the flu vaccine

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Pic De Jour

Residence Face Eviction For Accepting Food Bank Donations

(PALMETTO)  At least one resident of a Florida Manatee County mobile home park has been threatened with eviction if she continues to accept deliveries of food from a church food bank.
There have been reports as many as 28 Carlyn Estates residents have received eviction threats for accepting food from a food pantry.
Pearl Jones, 81, said Friday she received a handwritten letter from Tonia Sonju, manager of Carlyn Estates Mobile Home Park in Palmetto, ordering her to stop taking deliveries of food from the nearby Hope Church, which was bringing boxes to about a dozen homes in the park, or she would face eviction.
The letter worked, Jones said Friday.
“I won’t be taking any more food,” said Jones, who has lived at the park for 31 years. “I can’t do it.”
A woman who answered the door at the manager’s home at the park Friday said: “We have no comment, thank you,” when asked to explain the letter.
The park was purchased Feb. 12, 2014, by Glucklich LLC of Palmetto with Sonju listed as authorized person.
Park residents say they are split about the request to stop taking food from the charity.
Jones said the park owners, who paid $5.2 million for 14.14 acres and 111 home lots, do not think anyone in the park should need free food. Trailer park residents, mostly seniors, pay monthly rent in the $400 range. Most residents own their mobile homes.
“This lady is from California and she said no one in here needs it,” Jones said of Sonju. “She thinks everyone in here has a lot of money. Well, I need it.”
Sharon Brittain, 79, a park resident for five years, said the new owners made many changes in the park for the better and tightened some rules, including one about food banks, such as Meals on Wheels PLUS, making home deliveries.
“Our prospectus states no food banks are allowed to deliver in this park without prior permission and then we need to know who needs help because if they are destitute we would want to get all the social services for them,” Brittain said.
Brittain said if people would give the new owners a chance they would see positive changes to the park, 5611 Bayshore Road in Palmetto.
“They have redone all our roads,” Brittain said of the new owners. “She bought us a pool table and ping-pong. She got the drugs out of here. There is no one starving in here. If they are, why isn’t their family taking care of them?”
Jones and neighbor, Sandra Swift, said the new owners are trying to eliminate those they don’t like.
Swift said the idea for delivering food to needy people in the park came from resident Tim McColye, who works for Meals on Wheels PLUS. McColye was president of the homeowners association, Brittain said.
“Tim realized how many people in this park are low income,” Swift said. “He said he wanted to start a food bank right here in the park. Tim is the one who contacted the church and got things started. We helped him distribute it. But now Tonia is giving violations to Tim for everything she can think of.”
Jones, who has cancer and diabetes, lives on $883 a month Social Security and pays $405 for lot rent, $80 for electricity, $23 for water, $34 for telephone and about $50 a month for car insurance so friends can drive her to get groceries. Jones husband, William, died in 1994.
When the church first started to offer food, McColye and friends would drive a truck to Jones’ driveway and food would be bagged and distributed.
After the park owner complained about the deliveries, the church boxed the food on site and brought it to homeowners. Some owners say they are now afraid to take the boxes, Jones said.
“The owner had her people follow the delivery trucks and mark down the numbers of the trailers who got it,” Jones said. “Now, no one will accept the food. They don’t want to be evicted.”
On Friday, Manatee County Commissioner Carol Whitmore said she is trying to understand this unusual case.
“I am in shock that the manager feels this way,” Whitmore said.
“I think it’s a matter of education. Accepting food is nothing to be embarrassed about. That is why we were put on Earth, to help our fellow man.”
There is probably not another mobile home park in Manatee County that does not openly accept Meals on Wheels PLUS, Whitmore said.
“Allowing the food bank in shows we are a caring community willing to help our neighbors,” Whitmore said.
Whitmore said she respect the fact Carlyn Estates is a private enterprise and has protections.
“She has her own private business there and that is a private street,” Whitmore said. “But if this really is an issue, maybe the residents can get the food across the street.”

Saturday, July 18, 2015

New Brain Implants Are so Microscopic, You Won’t Even Know That You’ve Been Implanted

The cult of “science” has a fetish for trying to amalgamate humanity with machine. And its latest endeavor in this pursuit has taken the form of an emerging brain implant technology that would render humans part flesh, part computer.

Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley (UCB), have come up with a concept they’ve dubbed “neural dust” that they say can be implanted into people’s brains for data collection purposes. And the technology is reportedly so small that humans wouldn’t even know it was inside their heads.

Using a special wire apparatus, the neural dust can be “dipped” into a person’s cerebral cortex, report scientists, where it would remain embedded indefinitely. And since it’s powered by special piezoelectric materials, this dust wouldn’t require a recharge, which means once it’s there, it’s there for good.

According to reports, this neural dust contains a complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) that allows it to monitor and track a person’s brain activity. After gathering this data, the dust then transmits it to a special transmitter installed on a person’s scalp.

Here’s how The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) describes the technology:
“Thousands of biologically neutral microsensors, on the order of one-tenth of a millimeter (approximately the thickness of a human hair), would convert electrical signals into ultrasound that could be read outside the brain.”

Government-funded implantable brain chips will read, control people’s thoughts
So what’s the purpose of such invasive technology? The team that came up with the idea claims neural dust could be used to treat chronic diseases and “severe disabilities” with greater ease. This is often the excuse linked to human-machine alchemy projects — it’s to help people!
On the flip side, microscopic cranial implants offer a way for nefarious entities to literally enter the minds of humans, perhaps undetected, and track their thoughts and behaviors. This is a much more likely scenario — a type of “Mark of the Beast” for one’s brain that could even allow governments to control people’s minds.

Before relegating all this to the conspiracy theory dustbin, consider the fact that the American military has openly admitted to funding brain-computer projects capable of controlling people’s thoughts and emotions. And none other than Jose Carmena, a professor from UCB, who also worked on the neural dust project, helped lead the project.

To the tune of $70 million, the U.S. military funded research into implantable electrodes that could be installed into people’s brains to both read and control their emotions. And once again, the reasoning was to help “mentally ill people” recover from their demons and addictions.
“Imagine if I have an addiction to alcohol and I have a craving,” stated Carmena to MIT Technology Review. “We could detect that feeling and then stimulate inside the brain to stop it from happening.”
Obama’s “BRAIN Initiative” pushes government mind-control agenda
Both projects fall in line with the Obama regime’s “BRAIN Initiative,” a so-called “brain-mapping” program being actively funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). The program is being branded as a “support” system for injured veterans and war fighters, but others recognize it as an attempt at totalitarian mind-control.

“Our generation has outlived science fiction,” wrote New York Times (NYT) columnist William Safire back in 2002, warning even back then about the dangers of this emerging technology.
“Just as we have anti-depressants today to elevate mood, tomorrow we can expect a kind of Botox for the brain to smooth out wrinkled temperaments, to turn shy people into extroverts, or to bestow a sense of humor on a born grouch. But what price will human nature pay for these nonhuman artifices? What does the flattening of people’s physical and mental differences, accompanied by a forced fitting of mental misfits, do to the diversity of personality that makes interpersonal dynamics so fascinating?”
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