‘We’re asking the world not to turn their back on us’, Alberta man on Ebola outbreak

Not that the US mid-term elections are over, it seems Ebola is back in the news. How do we get the word out about colloidal silver and vitamin C?

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Sillah Kargbo is a long way from Sierre Leone, but distance has not eased his heartache as countries in west Africa continue to battle the deadly Ebola virus.

The Edmonton man lost his cousin to Ebola last week. She was a nurse helping patients infected with a virus that would eventually take her life.

“She is a hero,” said Kargbpo. “All the people who have lost their lives in the process of helping others – we consider them heroes.”

Kargbpo lives in constant anxiety, wondering who’s next, and he’s not alone.

“There is a gentleman who lost four relatives; a friend in Calgary lost three relatives; it’s very hard to find a Sierra Leonean family who hasn’t been affected.”

The number of people in Sierra Leone becoming infected is growing by the hundreds every week.

“In human history, this will go down as a gargantuan disaster,” said Paul Carrick of…

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Red Cross ‘Diverted Assets’ During Storms’ Aftermath To Focus On Image

It seems that even the American Red Cross has been corrupted to the point that is serves as an agency to collect money for the crisis actors involved is such Hollywood classics as Sandy Hook, the Boston Bombing, and the WashingtonN Navy Yard Shooting. -LW


In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, a former Red Cross official says, as many as 40 percent of the organization's emergency vehicles were assigned for public relations purposes. This photo, which shows one of the trucks in Long Island, N.Y., in January 2013, is one example of the many publicity photos taken by the Red Cross.

In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, a former Red Cross official says, as many as 40 percent of the organization’s emergency vehicles were assigned for public relations purposes. This photo, which shows one of the trucks in Long Island, N.Y., in January 2013, is one example of the many publicity photos taken by the Red Cross. Les Stone/American Red Cross

Within hours of Superstorm Sandy slamming the East Coast two years ago, Americans opened their wallets to help — donating millions to the first charity that came to mind: the American Red Cross.

President Obama, like most elected officials and celebrities, vouched for the organization, encouraging people to give.

In the months after the disaster, the Red Cross touted its success in delivering food, clothes and shelter to tens of thousands of people left homeless by the storm. Gail McGovern, the Red Cross president and CEO, told NBC News two weeks after the storm: “I think that we are near flawless so far in this operation.”

The truth, however, is different.

The venerable charity’s track record in dealing with the megastorm is now being challenged by an unusual cadre of critics — its own employees and records.

Multiple internal documents obtained by NPR and ProPublica along with interviews with top Red Cross officials reveal an organization that struggled to meet the basic needs of victims in the first weeks after the storm. The documents and interviews also depict an organization so consumed with public relations that it hindered the charity’s ability to provide disaster services.

In an interview, the Red Cross officials stood behind their work overall, especially during Sandy.

“I’m very proud of the services we provided,” says Trevor Riggen, a vice president at the Red Cross. “I think the volume of services and the speed at which we provided it speaks to the quality of service of the volunteers and staff on the ground. I think there are details both in the documents you have and other documents you haven’t seen that help us learn from our processes.”

Riggen says the Red Cross served 17 million meals, provided millions of supplies and housed tens of thousands of people in its shelters. He says the organization would never put public affairs over the needs of clients in that storm or any other.

“I don’t believe that’s the way our leadership has used resources on the ground or that that was a driving factor in their decisions,” he says.

Among NPR and ProPublica’s findings:

  • The Red Cross national headquarters in Washington “diverted assets for public relations purposes.” A former Red Cross official managing the Sandy effort says 40 percent of available trucks were assigned to serve as backdrops for news conferences.
  • Distribution of relief was “politically driven instead of [Red Cross] planned.”
  • Food waste was “excessive,” due to factors including inexperienced staff, poor communication and “political pressures.”
  • In one shelter, “sex offenders were placed in a special area off of dorm, but they weren’t there, they were all over, including playing in children’s area,” according to a confidential “lessons learned” memo from the Red Cross.
  • “We didn’t have the kind of sophistication needed for this size job,” concluded one senior Red Cross official, describing the agency’s logistics operations in notes from an after-action report five weeks after the storm. Added another official: “Multiple systems failed.”
  • Relief organizers were ordered to produce 200,000 additional meals one day — to drive up numbers. They did it at extraordinary cost, even though there was no one to deliver them to and most went to waste.
  • “It was just clear to me that they weren’t interested in doing mass care; they were interested in the illusion of mass care,” says Richard Rieckenberg, who helped lead the Red Cross’ response to Sandy and Hurricane Isaac.
Richard Rieckenberg is a former head of mass care for the American Red Cross and a retired Navy chief engineer for nuclear submarines. "I think that they lost confidence in their ability to do the right thing," he says, "and they did the next best thing: 'What can we do to make people think we're doing the right thing?' "

Richard Rieckenberg is a former head of mass care for the American Red Cross and a retired Navy chief engineer for nuclear submarines. “I think that they lost confidence in their ability to do the right thing,” he says, “and they did the next best thing: ‘What can we do to make people think we’re doing the right thing?’ ” David Gilkey/NPR

  • It wasn’t just Sandy. When Isaac hit Mississippi and Louisiana earlier in 2012, Rieckenberg says: “We didn’t have food in the shelters, we didn’t have cots, we didn’t have blankets in the shelters, which to me was incredible because we saw this hurricane coming a long way away.”
  • Also during Isaac, one Red Cross official had 80 trucks drive around empty or largely empty “just to be seen,” as one of the drivers recalls.
  • “Our experience with the Red Cross is they’re a little late to the game,” says Police Lt. Matthew Tiedemann, the emergency management coordinator for Bergen County, N.J., who says the Red Cross failed to provide volunteers and resources to open shelters after Sandy. “The reality set in that I was in the sheltering business. It was pretty time-consuming, considering I was putting together cots when I should have been managing an emergency,” he says.
Police Lt. Matthew Teidemann of the Bergen County Office of Emergency Management, says he can't count on the Red Cross after it failed to help after Sandy. So he's filling pods with enough blankets, water and supplies for 400 people in case of an emergency evacuation or natural disaster.

Police Lt. Matthew Teidemann of the Bergen County Office of Emergency Management, says he can’t count on the Red Cross after it failed to help after Sandy. So he’s filling pods with enough blankets, water and supplies for 400 people in case of an emergency evacuation or natural disaster. Michael Rubenstein for NPR

Read more of the investigation at propublica.org/redcross.

 

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Kenyan doctors find anti-fertility agent in UN tetanus vaccine

More evidence that vaccines are part of systemic genocide in Africa.


If you still think vaccination programmes in general have the public’s best interests at heart, think again.

Kenyan doctors (from a pro-vaccination group) have found a tetanus injection being given to young Kenyan girls and women is laced with HCG, a sterilisation agent developed by WHO (are you understanding the inversion in our world, yet?) I quote:

According to a statement released Tuesday by the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association, the organization has found an antigen that causes miscarriages in a vaccine being administered to 2.3 million girls and women by the World Health Organization and UNICEF. Priests throughout Kenya reportedly are advising their congregations to refuse the vaccine.

“We sent six samples from around Kenya to laboratories in South Africa. They tested positive for the HCG antigen,” Dr. Muhame Ngare of the Mercy Medical Centre in Nairobi told LifeSiteNews. “They were all laced with HCG.”

Dr. Ngare, spokesman for the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association, stated in a bulletin released November 4, “This proved right our worst fears; that this WHO campaign is not about eradicating neonatal tetanus but a well-coordinated forceful population control mass sterilization exercise using a proven fertility regulating vaccine. This evidence was presented to the Ministry of Health before the third round of immunization but was ignored.”

Do you still think the programmes sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have the interests of Africans in mind? These people are masters of inversion. They say one thing and do the complete opposite, as we see in this Kenyan case. In this interview, Robert Kennedy Jr explains how thimerosal, the mercury-containing preservative used in many vaccines over the years and widely considered a key factor in the dramatic increase in autism and related conditions such as ADD and ADHD in young children, whilst it has been removed from the vaccines given to babies has been added to that flu shot you are encouraged to rush out and get for you and your children. Of course, it’s only used because it’s a wonderful preservative…

Then we have the recent revelations that the CDC falsified a study published in 1994 on the impact of the MMR vaccine on black children in Georgia to hide the very clear correlation – MMR is linked to a 340 percent increased risk of autism in black boys – and this was only comparing with those who received the vaccination later, not with those who had no such vaccination as we see in the Amish population, where autism all but disappears and those cases where it does occur seem to be related to a level of vaccination exposure.
Of course the allopathic medical system, heavily fostered by the Rockefellers at the beginning of the 20th century at the expense of natural solutions (I am not denying the wonderful progress in surgical practices since that time) and the pharmaceutical industry only has your best interests at heart…

Although these are not widely discussed in the current push to legalise marijuana, in my view two key reasons for its being banned were its widespread role in natural medicines in the past, including cancer treatment (knowledge that has been recently re-emerging) but also that it acts to help break down trauma-based and perhaps other mind control programming that is now applied widely on the general public (in addition to the targeted activities we see within Satanism and in hidden government programmes in the US and elsewhere, as revealed by Cathy O’Brien and others), the events of 9/11 being a classic example.

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Quarantined Nurse Kaci Hickox Works for CDC (Crisis Actor?)

Her Attorney has ties to Al Sharpton and the White House

Kaci Hickox has gotten a lot of mileage out of her emotion-packed description of her ordeal with screening and monitoring of individuals entering or returning to this country from Ebola stricken West Africa, her criticism of forced quarantine and the claim of civil rights violations. But, it might be more mileage than she originally intended. In her article for The Dallas News, Hickox claimed that she worked with Doctors Without Borders caring for Ebola stricken individuals in West Africa. In actuality, Hickox had ties with the Centers for Disease Control by virtue of being an official CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) officer.

According to the Daily Caller, Hickox was listed as an “active” EIS officer as recently as July 18, 2014, per the CDC’s own documents.

Hickox retained attorney Norman Siegel to file a lawsuit on her behalf alleging civil rights violations due to the mandatory quarantine issued by the state of New Jersey because of the possibility Hickox could be infected with Ebola. In an interesting coincidence, Siegel happened to be an official guest at the White House State Dinner on February 11, 2014, accompanying none other than Ms. Rachel Robinson, the widow of Jackie Robinson. Siegel, in another coincidence, partnered with none other than race-baiter supreme Al Sharpton in opposition to the New York state proposal to implement a DNA database of felons.

Naturally, the White House, aka Barack Hussein (Ebola) Obama, criticized the state of New Jersey in quarantining Hickox while the CDC was developing guidelines for the states to follow in dealing with health care workers returning from Ebola stricken West African nations. It has been no secret that Ebola-Obama opposes any type of quarantine and the parrots at the CDC, Dr. Tom Frieden and Steven Fauci, mimic his rhetoric. However, the Department of Defense commander of US Army Africa, Maj. Gen. Darryl Williams, has implemented mandatory quarantine for himself and 10 other soldiers upon returning to an Italian Army base after building treatment facilities in Ebola ravaged West Africa.

It appears that Maj. Gen. Williams understands much more about public health safety, personal responsibility and duty than anyone at the CDC or Ms. Hickox – individuals who are supposed to be trained health care professionals.

Ms. Hickox would do well to remember that she practices her profession under her resident state nurse practice act. Since it has been disclosed she resides in Maine, Ms. Hickox has to follow the laws of the state of Maine when functioning as a nurse.

According to the State of Maine Nurse Practice Act, disciplinary action, up to suspension and revocation of the license of the licensee, can be taken when the license holder engages in “(E) Incompetence in the practice for which the licensee is licensed. A licensee is considered incompetent in the practice if the licensee has: (1) engaged in conduct that evidences a lack of ability or fitness to discharge the duty owed by the licensee to a client or patient or general public; ….” Since Ms. Hickox was unwilling to discharge her duty to follow the State of New Jersey public health mandate of a quarantine in their state under the guidelines the state was allowed to implement by virtue of abdication of the federal government, she exhibited a level of incompetence to fulfill her duty to the general public.

The State of Maine Nurse Practice Act states that disciplinary action may be taken against a licensee who engages in “unprofessional conduct.” According to the law, “a licensee is considered to have engaged in unprofessional conduct if the licensee violates a standard of professional behavior that has been established in the practice for which the license is issued.” In the case of Ms. Hickox, the standard of professional behavior would be to follow the state’s mandate of quarantine according to their guidelines and at their designated facility in order to “do no harm” to the general public. The standard of professional behavior is to exercise personal responsibility to insist that public health safety come before oneself and follow the World Health Organization (WHO) 42 day incubation period for Ebola with a quarantine. Instead, Ms. Hickox complained about the treatment of health care workers in a news outlet almost demanding preferential treatment for health care workers.

The Maine Nurse Practice Act also allows disciplinary action for “engaging in false, misleading or deceptive advertising.” Ms. Hickox failed to disclose her association with the CDC, instead promoting first and foremost her work with Doctors Without Borders. By engaging in this “deception,” one could assume Ms. Hickox was a willing participant in a plan to undermine the guidelines for screening, monitoring and quarantining of individuals, mostly health care workers, returning from caring for Ebola stricken individuals in West Africa. Also, Ms. Hickox has basically hired an attorney to file a lawsuit for violation of civil rights concerning a quarantine issued to ensure public health safety, since three health care professionals have refused to exercise personal responsibility based on current medical knowledge regarding Ebola and endangered the general public with infection. Ms. Hickox intentionally hid her association and employment with the CDC in order to “tow the company line” against sound medical intervention. Basically, she mislead the public by failing to fully disclose her close association and employment with the CDC, which would account for her ranting and “special treatment.”

This “nurse” needs to have multiple complaints filed against her with the State of Maine Board of Nursing for violation of the State Nurse Practice Act should it be found she is licensed to practice in that state.

Since Ms. Hickox indicated she graduated from the University of Texas Arlington, a search of the State of Texas Board of Nursing produced a result for a Kaci Lynne Hickox, who resides in Grapevine, Texas, according to the Nursing Board record.This license holder has a compact license meaning the license holder may practice in multiple states using the license issued by the State of Texas. However, the license holder is responsible for following the Nurse Practice Act in all states in which the license is valid and the state of residence. The Texas Board of Nursing has similar rules allowing for disciplinary action as Maine for similar offenses. The “ranting” Hickox reportedly returned home to Maine for her quarantine after the White House became involved.

Anyone may file a complaint against a nurse for violation of the Nurse Practice Act. Normally, the complaints are filed by colleagues, other nurses or physicians. However, with the actions of Ms. Hickox out in the open, the general public has every reason to question this nurses’ ability to follow any nurse practice act which indicates that the professional registered nurse has a duty to public health safety.

Maybe Ms. Hickox should have thought all of this through before opening her mouth and engaging in making herself a media spectacle. It’s possible that Ms. Hickox was willing to sacrifice her career in exchange for fame, millions of dollars or both in order to undermine the public health safety at the behest of the CDC. Should that be the case, Ms. Hickox should be ashamed to call herself a professional nurse.

If anyone would like to lodge a complaint against Ms. Hickox for unprofessional conduct and violations of standard professional conduct, the address for both Texas and Maine Nursing Boards are listed below.

State of Texas Board of Nursing
William P. Hobby Building
233 Guadalupe, Suite 3-460
Austin, TX 78701-3944
Toll-free complaint line: 1-800-821-3205
Email: webmaster@bon.texas.gov
 
State of Maine Board of Nursing
161 Capital Street
158 State House Station
Augusta, Maine 04333-0158
Phone: 207-287-1133
Probation and Compliance: 207-287-1144
Email: jayne.winters@maine.gov
 
 

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Brainwash Update: How America Recruited, Protected, and Continue to Pay Nazis to this Day

Have you shared this with your friends and family? Do you think it is behind Ebola and the Ottawa shooting? -LW

Abby Martin takes a look at two recent investigative reports from the Associated Press and New York Times, uncovering the recruitment of Nazi spies for the CIA and the US’ policy of giving social security payments to former Nazi leadership.

The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power

This is an eye-opening documentary about how we slowly lost our power to the Corporate world (aka. big business). -LW

The Corporation is a 2003 Canadian documentary film written by University of British Columbia law professor Joel Bakan, and directed by Mark Achbar and Jennifer Abbott. The documentary examines the modern-day corporation. This is explored through specific examples. Bakan wrote the book, The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power, during the filming of the documentary.

The documentary shows the development of the contemporary business corporation, from a legal entity that originated as a government-chartered institution meant to affect specific public functions, to the rise of the modern commercial institution entitled to most of the legal rights of a person. The documentary concentrates mostly upon North American corporations, especially those of the United States. One theme is its assessment as a “personality”, as a result of an 1886 case in the United States Supreme Court in which a statement by Chief Justice Morrison R. Waite[nb 1] led to corporations as “persons” having the same rights as human beings, based on the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.

Topics addressed include the Business Plot, where in 1933, General Smedley Butler exposed an alleged corporate plot against then U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt; the tragedy of the commons; Dwight D. Eisenhower’s warning people to beware of the rising military-industrial complex; economic externalities; suppression of an investigative news story about Bovine Growth Hormone on a Fox News Channel affiliate television station at the behest of Monsanto; the invention of the soft drink Fanta by the Coca-Cola Company due to the trade embargo on Nazi Germany; the alleged role of IBM in the Nazi holocaust (see IBM and the Holocaust); the Cochabamba protests of 2000 brought on by the privatization of a municipal water supply in Bolivia; and in general themes of corporate social responsibility, the notion of limited liability, the corporation as a psychopath, and the corporation as a person.

Through vignettes and interviews, The Corporation examines and criticizes corporate business practices. The film’s assessment is effected via the diagnostic criteria in the DSM-IV; Robert D. Hare, a University of British Columbia psychology professor and a consultant to the FBI, compares the profile of the contemporary profitable business corporation to that of a clinically diagnosed psychopath (however, Hare has objected to the manner in which his views are portrayed in the film; see “critical reception” below). The Corporation attempts to compare the way corporations are systematically compelled to behave with what it claims are the DSM-IV’s symptoms of psychopathy, e.g. callous disregard for the feelings of other people, the incapacity to maintain human relationships, reckless disregard for the safety of others, deceitfulness (continual lying to deceive for profit), the incapacity to experience guilt, and the failure to conform to social norms and respect the law. However, the DSM has never included a psychopathy diagnosis, rather proposing antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) with the DSM-IV. ASPD and psychopathy, while sharing some diagnostic criteria, are not synonymous.

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School threatens Fourth-Grader After she Refuses Pledge of Allegiance

Did you know that the USA has more than one flag? It has war time flags and peace time flags. Guess which one is commonly regarded as “THE” American flag? -LW

Flag--SF-CustomsHouse1913

Postcard of the San Francisco Custom House, 1913

Remember what “they” are asking you to pledge allegiance to? Is it to the corporation called THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?

Why should someone be forced (via punishment by failure of classes) to have allegiance to a fictitious corporation that has been running amuck since 1859.

US Civil Flag at the Eagle, Alaska custom-house, on the Yukon River at the Canadian border, circa 1997

US Civil Flag at the Eagle, Alaska custom-house,
on the Yukon River at the Canadian border, circa 1997

I’m pretty sure Samantha has allegiance….but only to the Original [u]nited State of America and the civil flag which goes with it.

Please visit this link for info about the two different flags — http://www.barefootsworld.net/uscivil…

This is a 4409 exclusive…first interview with the nine year old Phoenix 4th grader who was threatened with class failure by her teacher if she did not put her hand over her heart and sing the pledge of allegiance.

Samantha, a 4th grade school student would not sing the pledge of allegiance because she did not want to pledge allegiance to a war flag that promoted violence and aggression towards others.

http://Donate2CameraFRAUD.com

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