Russell Blaylock says it like it is. You can prevent neurodegenerative disease, but you can’t do so following the “standard of care” of Western pharma-oriented medicine.
Vaccines Damage Developing Brains
I am convinced that the vaccine schedule interferes with this development. The results are antisocial behaviors, poor judgment, and learning difficulties. To learn more about the dangers of vaccines, read my special report “Vaccines and Brain Injuries — Are You At Risk?”
USA Not #1 in Health, Family, Income and More: Ranks #29 Among 30 Countries
When someone tells you the United States is the best country in the world to live, ask them on what grounds or with what data do they make this claim. They would not make such a statement if they had all the facts marshalled in the ebook-report summarized in this article. The author looks at, according to Paul Rosenberg, “eight indicators each in seven categories, ranking counties in order along with precise figures for how they score. The seven categories are: health, family, education, income and leisure, freedom and democracy, public order and safety, and generosity. Indicators include things like life expectancy at birth, infant mortality rate, share of income received by richest 10 per cent, years of life lost in injury, etc.”
America in denial: We’re number 29 (of 30): US embraces policies and practices that place it at the bottom of advanced industrial nations for social outcomes
Stephan A. Schwartz
I find it fascinating that the Republican Party puts Paul Ryan forward as their leading economist in the Congress. I find his budget and policies naive, incompetent, and heartless. Partly as a result of thinking such as his American children by the millions are in poverty. Here are the facts.
U.S. is second-worst of 35 developed nations when it comes to child poverty
Stephan A. Schwartz
If you live on investment funds, or through a pension invested in funds you would do well to re-examine your financial situation. This article explains why I say that.
Nearly half of top pension funds gambling on climate change
Index produced by thinktank shows just under 50% of investors take no measures to protect assets from expected climate-related market shifts