Friday 5 July 2013


Hi Folks. Trust all is well, my dear friend Fif sent me this from Australia;
This is the Northern Territory method of standing in queues at the Centrelink Office.
Novel way of queuing. 
The Haircut...
   Blessed are those that can give without remembering, and take without
One day a florist went to a barber for a haircut. After the cut, he
asked about his bill, and the barber replied, 'I cannot accept money
from you, I'm doing community service this week.'
The florist was pleased and left the shop.
When the barber went to open his shop the next morning, there was a
'thank you' card and a dozen roses waiting for him at his door.
Later, a cop comes in for a haircut, and when he tries to pay his bill
, the barber again replied, 'I cannot accept money from you, I'm doing
community service this week.' The cop was happy and left the shop.
The next morning when the barber went to open up, there was a 'thank
you ' card and a dozen doughnuts waiting for him at his door.
Then a Member of Parliament came in for a haircut, and when he went to
pay his bill , the barber again replied, 'I cannot accept money from
you. I'm doing community service this week.' The Member of Parliament
was very happy and left the shop.
The next morning, when the barber went to open up, there were a dozen
Members of Parliament lined up waiting for a free haircut.
And that, my friends, illustrates the fundamental difference between
the citizens of our country and the politicians who run it.
This is the sort of waste of money typical of the CIA a 2 min video on a cat with a listening device---extraordinary ending. 

  • The secret to improving your mood and brain health is in your gut, as unhealthy gut flora can impact your mental health, potentially leading to issues like anxiety, depression, autism and more
  • A recent proof-of-concept study found that women who regularly ate yogurt containing beneficial bacteria had altered brain function compared to those who did not consume probiotics
  • Just as you have neurons in your brain, you also have neurons in your gut -- including neurons that produce neurotransmitters like serotonin, which is also found in your brain and is linked to mood
  • Limiting sugar, eating traditionally fermented foods, and taking a probiotic supplement are among the best ways to optimize your gut flora and subsequently support your brain health and normalize your mood
  • According to the latest statistics, one in five children between the ages of 3 and 17 suffer some form of mental disorder, loosely defined as “serious changes in the ways children handle their emotions, learn, or behave”
  • The most prevalent mental health problem among three- to 17-year olds is ADHD, affecting nearly seven percent of children and teens
  • Autism spectrum disorders are most prevalent among six- to 11-year olds. The latest statistics show that 1 in 50 children in the US now fall within the autistic spectrum, up from 1 in 88 just last year, with a 5:1 boy to girl ratio
  • Likely contributing factors to the rise in mental health problems include toxic exposures, electromagnetic fields, vitamin D deficiency, poor gut health, and hidden infections such as Lyme Disease
  • The cost to society is estimated to be close to $247 billion per year for medical expenses, juvenile justice and special education—up from $8.9 billion in 2006 (This is happening world wide especially with the rise of GM foods)
Night Sky Patagonia
Region shared by Chile and Argentina.  Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Concerns about the maternity unit at Furness General Hospital in Cumbria came to light in 2008
Health regulators should face prosecution for covering up their failure to investigate a spate of baby deaths, a leading lawyer said.
Lord Macdonald of River Glaven suggested that officials at the Care Quality Commission (CQC) might have committed misconduct in a public office, and said questions should be asked as to whether they could face criminal charges.
His comments come after a damning report found the CQC might have deliberately suppressed an internal review which criticised its inspections of University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust, where a number of mothers and babies died.
The independent report found that a senior manager ordered the review to be destroyed because it was "potentially damaging to the CQC's reputation". The health watchdog was widely criticised for withholding the name of the manager who made the order, claiming it did not publish it because doing so could breach the Data Protection Act.
The data watchdog warned against hiding behind the Act to keep information out of the public domain.
On Wednesday night David Behan, chief executive of the CQC, said the regulator would look again at the legal advice to not reveal the name or names of those involved. He said: "Ever since I commissioned this independent review it has been our intention to place the report into the public domain. We received legal advice that we could not name individuals and to do so would be to break the law. We are now seeking a review of the original legal advice."
Information commissioner Christopher Graham doubted the advice given to the CQC, and urged it to look at the situation again. He told BBC Two's Newsnight: "You have to process data fairly, you have to take into account people's expectation of confidentiality, patient data, obvious, but officials, there you have to apply a public interest test. I'm not convinced that the Care Quality Commission have been correctly advised. I think they are going to have to look at this again."
Deputy commissioner David Smith made it clear that the Act should not be used "as a barrier" to keep information out of the public domain where there is an "overriding public interest in disclosure".
John Ashton, a former director of public health for NHS Cumbria, claimed the CQC had written to police to tell them not to investigate. He told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "I think there should be prosecutions. This situation is appalling, it's gone on for a long time, the public have now lost trust, not just in the NHS but in a lot of our public institutions because people won't take responsibility for when things go wrong."
He added: "I have seen a letter to the police from someone at the CQC encouraging the police not to pursue it, which seems to be interference in the due process."
Should Lord MacDonald be brought to trial for whistle blowing or some other offence cooked up by David Banker Monsanto Cameron, Prime Sinister of the United Kingdom of Monsanto.

Chancellor George Poverty Stricken wizard of oz or ooze should be brought to trial for causing abuse through austerity measures.

Two articles, published almost simultaneously in the UK andUSA, aim both barrels of skeptical and – apparently – scientific ire at various forms of natural healthcare.  Written byDr Paul Offit, the articles coincide not only with Dr Offit’s book launch but also with proposed US anti-supplement legislation.  Join us as we separate fact from fiction, in the unsavoury world that Dr Offit and others dish up to the public they believe must be steered away from natural healthcare.
This again shows the attack on anything natural. I just hope and pray one day the natural world will regain its rightful place, to me this is where we came from and return to. Not a mechanical heartless world of rockets, steel, concrete, monstrous tampering with our genetic structure and the food we eat and the air we breathe.

Monsanto and France
A French farmer who can no longer perform his routine farming duties because of permanent pesticide injuries has had his day in court, literally, and the perpetrator of his injuries found guilty of chemical poisoning. The French court in Lyon ruled that Monsanto’s Lasso weedkiller formula, which contains the active ingredient alachlor, caused Paul Francois to develop lifelong neurological damage that manifests as persistent memory loss, headaches, and stuttering during speech.
Reports indicate that the 47-year-old farmer sued Monsanto back in 2004 after inhaling the Lasso product while cleaning his sprayer tank equipment. Not long after, Francois began experiencing lasting symptoms that prevented him from working, which he says were directly linked to exposure to the chemical. Since Lasso’s packaging did not bear adequate warnings about the dangers of exposure, Francois alleged at the time that Monsanto was essentially negligent in providing adequate protection for its customers.
To the surprise of many, the French court agreed with the claims and evidence presented before it, declaring earlier this year that “Monsanto is responsible for Paul Francois’ suffering after he inhaled the Lasso product … and must entirely compensate him.” The court is said to be seeking expert opinion on how to gauge Francois’ losses in order to determine precisely how much Monsanto will be required to compensate him in the case.
“It is a historic decision in so far as it is the first time that a (pesticide) maker is found guilty of such a poisoning,” said Francois Lafforgue, Paul Francois’ lawyer, to Reuters earlier in the year.
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), exposure to alachlor can cause damage to the liver, kidneys, spleen, and eyes, and may lead to the development of anemia and even cancer. The EPA apparently views alachlor as so dangerous, in fact, that the agency has set the maximum contaminant level goals (MCLG) for alachlor to zero in order to “prevent potential health problems.” (
In 2007, France officially banned Lasso from use in the country in accordance with a European Union (EU) directive enacted in 2006 prohibiting the chemical from further use on crops in any member countries. But despite all the evidence proving that alachlor can disrupt hormonal balance, induce reproductive or developmental problems, and cause cancer, the chemical is still being used on conventional crops throughout the U.S. to this very day.
“I am alive today, but part of the farming population is going to be sacrificed and is going to die because of (alachlor),” added Francois to Reuters.
Compare this with:
Owen Paterson

UK ministers want the European Union to relax restrictions on the cultivation of genetically-modified crops.
Owen Paterson wants to make it easier for farmers to grow GM plants for human consumption, even though critics lambast the idea as ‘Frankenscience’.
In a speech next week, the Environment Secretary is expected to cite growing scientific evidence that GM foods are safe, as well as surveys showing a relaxation of the rules would be supported by the majority of farmers.
Mr Paterson will say there is a need for a new approach to GM to ensure Britain ‘is not left behind’ in agricultural science.
However, any such move will be in the teeth of much opposition. A survey by YouGov out today found only 21 per cent of the population supported the technology, while 35 per cent opposed it.
Yesterday science minister David Willetts supported calls for controls on GM crops to be weakened.
‘We believe GM crops can help make agriculture more efficient and also just as importantly more sustainable, by, for example, reducing the use of pesticides and the use of fossil fuels,’ he said.
Whitehall sources told the Independent newspaper that ministers are increasingly concerned that the potential moral and ethical benefits of GM are being ignored by costly and bureaucratic licensing regulations.
A twelfth of global arable land is under GM cultivation, and ministers fear Britain – the birthplace of the 18th century agrarian revolution that modernised the world – faces being left behind.

David Banker Monsanto Cameron.  Prime Sinister of the United Kingdom of Monsanto.
The Prime Minister said he wanted to foster a “pro-science culture” in the UK, and this started with a shift in Britain’s attitude towards so-called GM food, dubbed “Frankenstein food” by its critics.
The comments come ahead of a major speech by Environment secretary Owen Paterson on Thursday next week which is set to signal a change in GM policy. Advocates argue that GM techniques increase crop yields, avoid the need for pesticides, and could be essential in assuring Britain’s future food security.
The Government is reported to be ready to call for European Union restrictions on cultivation of the crops for human consumption to be relaxed. The Coalition has allowed small-scale cultivation trials for GM food but widespread use is effectively banned.
Speaking to entrepreneurs and businessmen at a pre-G8 event in east London, Mr Cameron said: “In the terms of the openness to innovation I would argue that we need to ensure a pro-science culture.
“I think there are a number of subjects there that we need to take on, I think it is time to look again at the whole issue for GM food. We need to be open to arguments from science.”
The comments after Mr Paterson said earlier this year that the Government wanted “to promote the benefits of genetically modified crops as part of the drive to modernise farming in the UK”.
In a speech to the Oxford Farming Conference he said farmers, policy makers and scientists had a duty to turn around the image of GM. He said: “We should not be afraid of making the case to the public about the potential benefits of GM beyond the food chain, for example, reducing the use of pesticides and inputs such as diesel.
“I believe that GM offers great opportunities but I also recognise that we owe a duty to the public to reassure them that it is a safe and beneficial innovation.”
Mr Paterson’s department has been working across Government to develop new technologies to boost agricultural production. Last year farmers lost £1.3billionn from poor harvests and higher feed bills for cattle, making the need for new technology even more urgent.
The EU allows only a variety of maize engineered to resist a pest called the European corn borer to be farmed commercially. The crop is not grown in the UK. Government sources said that Mr Paterson’s message would not be that Britain is in a battle with the EU over GM, but that the EU had to follow the science.
Last week, Science minister David Willetts said it was important to ease restrictions on GM before Europe becomes a “museum of 20th century technology”.
He said EU rules were holding back work in fields as diverse as medicine, agriculture and space exploration. Britain wants to persuade Germany to change opinion in Brussels, although any shift is not expected until after the country’s general election this Autumn.
Mr Cameron used the innovation event to launch a prize fund, with £1 million of taxpayers’ money, to encourage revolutionary new ideas aimed at solving the world’s biggest problem. He said the modern version of the 1714 Longitude Prize would be a “Britain’s Got Talen
  • Following an episode of the Dr. Oz Show that detailed the dangers of mercury amalgam fillings the American Dental Association (ADA) announced they had ended their affiliation with Sharecare, a consumer website co-founded by Dr. Oz
  • As the world rallies around the obvious necessity of replacing mercury-based products with non-toxic alternatives, the ADA continues to shill for mercury fillings
  • The ADA is a former patent-holder of amalgam, and has helped draft woefully misled policy statements affirming that dental amalgam is "safe" and its contribution to environmental mercury contamination "minimal” – despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary
Amalgam, like GM its not dangerous is it?


Man Claims To Have Lived Without Food For Five Years
I knew three breatharian's while doing my EU once a month stunt for eight years, they were 'learning' as it were and they certainly only ate one meal every three days. I do not know what happened to them, I lost touch after a while.
Saudi Arabian Women's Conference... With Not A Female In Sight (PICTURE)

The conference was reportedly held at the University of Qassim and was apparently attended by representatives of 15 countries.
Much is being made of absurdity and hypocrisy of the image, but when you consider Saudi Arabia is a country where women are not permitted to drive, it seems less so.
It is illegal for Saudi women to travel abroad without male accompaniment. They may only do so if their guardian agrees by signing a document know as a 'yellow sheet' at an airport or border crossing.
In November 2012 it emerged women were being electronically monitored with authorities using SMS to track them and inform their husbands of their whereabouts.
And it was only in 2011 that women were given the right to vote and run for office in municipal elections in 2015.
                                                             Saudi Arabia's first anti-domestic abuse advert
The campaign is backed by the King Khalid Charitable Foundation and aims to “provide legal protection for women and children from abuse in Saudi Arabia.”
In literature for the advert, it admits “the phenomenon of battered women in Saudi Arabia is much greater than apparent”, and encourages Saudis to report cases of violence at locations around the Kingdom including Madinah, Najran, Makkah and Riyadh.
The campaign is progress indeed for a country where women are not permitted to drive, and where religious police only recently lifted a ban on females riding motorbikes and bicycles – as long as they wear the full-length veil and are accompanied by a male relative.
The Gulf Kingdom is governed by Sharia law, and it is illegal for Saudi women to travel abroad without male accompaniment. They may only do so if their guardian agrees by signing a document know as a 'yellow sheet' at an airport or border crossing.
It was only in 2011 that women were given the right to vote and run for office in municipal elections in 2015.
The foundation backing the ad was established in 2001 by the family of the late King Khalid, who ruled from 1975 until his death in 1982.

I took part in a chamber. It was a concrete bunker 150 feet underground under a large aircraft hanger.  I was in an inflated wetsuit so I could not feel my body and raised on air jets, so I was floating and had a panic switch in between my right thumb and forefinger, underneath me were rats, snakes and other rodents, possibly even a dog and cat. 
The bunker was surrounded by a Faraday cage and lead lined.  I felt something like a wave or pressure going from left to right and then right to left through my third eye and solar plexus. I felt so nauseous and disorientated I pressed the button. What seemed like an eternity in there was about 7 mins.
On coming up to the hanger I was shown a massive suspended concrete and steel ball of some sorts which was drawn across the hanger high up from the RSJ's, rolled steel joists. ( a length of timber or steel supporting part of the structure of a building, typically arranged in parallel series to support a floor or ceiling.)The experiment was to test sensitivity and was a trial for something to do with telepathy; I am not at liberty to disclose any more. Apparently it was to sense pressure waves even through the supposedly insulating precautions.  I witnessed the video of it and the animals ran from side to side as well. The Chinese have witnessed animals in Zoos being restless before Earthquakes, and the USA were experimenting with sailors on board submarines which go under the ice caps, using telepathy as at that time radio waves could not penetrate thick ice.  I heard there were two on the sub and two back at base, and a simple yes or no was all they could obtain. In each case one was sender and one receiver. This later went on to be the Remote Viewing Stuff, here in the UK as well.
About this time there were some pretty wacky stories floating about.
One was that then USA  were attaching bombs to dolphins to take and attach to a enemy ship.  Apparently the dolphins would only take fake bombs and they would bring back the loaded ones, and in one instance, before the scientists realised the loaded one were brought and attached to THEIR boat they hastily jumped overboard.  No amount of training would coax these beauties to deliver.  An innate intelligence at work here.
I may have told this before, I cannot find it in the search bar, apologies for repeat: 
I got a scientific paper came to my office, circulated by the Internal Post and it said in the lead headline 'Fart's' beat AWAC',  so I thought it meant Frequency altered radio transmissions.  I could not believe my eyes when the story emerged.
On the USA and Mexican frontiers, a large number of manned officers attempt to stem the flow of illegal immigrants or defectors. So an idea was thought up to save man power. They put artificial twigs on the ground that pick up footsteps, and panting. The AWAC would then send a patrol to that area.
One of the street wise Mexicans trod on one against a stone or something and found small electronics in them, they then looked up and realised it was broadcasting to the AWAC.
So being street wise they bought tequila and beans and a few of them started farting, the AWAC could not see them in the bushes, but heard them and sent a patrol, however, there were only a few of them, and many got the message and crossed elsewhere away from the AWAC and the patrol.
More and more surveillance. Gosh oh my.
Three AWACS.

Of course probably drones would be able to do the job in the future or maybe they are now.

Well folks I've droned on enough now so
Have fun , keep looking up. Geoff

Father bear comes in and says whose been eating my porridge, baby bear comes in and says whose been eating my porridge?  Mother bear says I don't know what your worried about I haven't made it yet.
Its a bit like this with the world at the moment.  Being worried, uncertain, and rumours, counter rumours. Never mind Folks, all is very,very, well indeed for underneath are the everlasting arms. 

A summary of the economical and civil law breakdown
From economic turmoil to social dissolution and cultural chaos, it can no longer be denied that the once-opulent West is on the brink of collapse. In his new book, respected economist and father of Reaganomics, Paul Craig Roberts, explores the roots of this crisis and where we are going from here. This is the GRTV Feature Interview with your host, James Corbett, and our special guest, Paul Craig Roberts.
If one is alert you can see this happening in the EU and UK. This is the beginning of the end.

ee by gum (old Northern England expression--- sounds like ah bah gum) Like many things these days a colloquialism, like escalate, mo jo and so on, nobodies sure of the origin and many think it means, 'Oh my God' or I feel 'Well I never').  It kinds of generally sums my feelings of some of the goings on world wise. 

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