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Vaccines and Fraud

I’d like to take the time to remind my readers of the so-called “Flu Pandemic” that swept the nation back in 2009 and what we learned from that experience. Many of us were labeled “conspiracy nuts” because of our outspoken opposition to the vaccines and the “Pandemic” label which we surmised was just another scam. Of course, the “conspiracy nuts” were once again proven to be correct in their analysis.

I offer these past blog posts as a reminder and a warning for all to remain vigilante regarding the poisons our government readily allows to be foisted upon us.

First up: CFR Recording Suggests Creating False Scarcity To Drive Up Demand For H1N1 Vaccine.

The video is no longer available BUT the transcript is still online at the link provided. The point is in the title. They laughed about creating a “false scarcity” to drive up the demand for the vaccine.

Second: “The New ‘Twilight Zone’ — Obama Declares Swine Flu Emergency”

Take note of this paragraph which describes a “shortage” of the vaccine:

“Because of vaccine production delays, the government has backed off initial estimates that 120 million doses would be available by mid-October. As of mid-October, only 11 million doses had been shipped to health departments, doctor’s offices and other providers, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials said.

The government now estimates to have about 50 million doses of swine flu vaccine out by mid-November and 150 million in December.”

Then we have the “conspiracy nuts” being vindicated as shown in the post: It’s Official: Flu Pandemic a Hoax

And finally, the “conspiracy nuts” warned about the danger of receiving the H1N1 Vaccine and were once again vindicated:  Medical Doctor Retracts H1N1 Vaccine Advice After Reading Insert 

We have learned a great deal from History. Let us not forget what it has taught us.

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January 27, 2013 Posted by | Flu, Flu Shot, Fraud, Government, Health, History, Hoax, Manipulation, Market, Medicine, Pandemic, Pharmaceutical Industry, Scam, Swine Flu, Vaccine, WHO, World Health Organization | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Ron Paul on Coast to Coast AM

Ron Paul on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

July 22, 2009 Posted by | Bailout, Banks, Bernanke, Congress, Credit, Currency, Deficit, Deficit Spending, Economy, End the Fed, Federal Reserve, Finance, Fraud, Free Market, Government, Inflation, Investing, Investment, Law, Legislation, Limited Federal Government, Loans, Market, Market Economy, Politics, Ron Paul, Senate, Statutes, Tax, Taxation, Taxpayer, Trade | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A Sound Bite: Free Market Economy Has Failed

We have been subjected to the onslaught of this sound bite coming from the top Banksters and Main Stream Media from the beginning of the sub-prime fiasco.  Of course there is only one solution to a failure of a Free Market.  That’s right… more regulation.  More aptly put: Less Freedom and more Government Control.

How many people across the country are now repeating that sound bite?  Many Americans, wanting to demonstrate their knowledge in matters far above their daily life, are using sound bites like this one while repeating the latest propaganda spewing from the bought and paid for Main Stream Media.  Some may even engage in lengthy arguments over this misinformation and denial of obvious truths that have been staring them in the face for many, many decades.

The masses, having been focused on increasing their material wealth and “fun in the sun”,  haven’t had time to educate themselves on these very important issues. They depend on their limited education from government indoctrination centers, commonly referred to as “public education”, and the Main Stream Media for knowledge of the world around them. Imagine how different our reality might be if men and women had taken time after dinner, or right before bed, to read a book on any of these important matters.  In hindsight they might agree that a bit of self education is worth the effort to protect their freedom.

Is the sound bite “Free Market Economy Has Failed” in any way legitimate?

The truth of the matter is that intervention in the market, rather than the market economy itself, was the driving factor behind the bust.

F.A. Hayek won the Nobel Prize for his work showing how the central bank’s intervention into the economy gives rise to the boom-bust cycle, making us feel prosperous until we suffer the inevitable crash. Most Americans know nothing about Hayek’s theory (known as the Austrian theory of the business cycle), and are therefore easy prey for the quacks who blame the market for problems caused by the manipulation of money and credit. The artificial booms the Fed provokes, wrote economist Henry Hazlitt decades ago, must end “in a crisis and a slump, and…worse than the slump itself may be the public delusion that the slump has been caused, not by the previous inflation, but by the inherent defects of ‘capitalism.’”

Although my recently released book, Meltdown explains the process in more detail, an abbreviated version of Austrian business cycle theory might run as follows:

Government-established central banks can artificially lower interest rates by increasing the supply of money (and thus the funds banks have available to lend) through the banking system. This is supposed to stimulate the economy. What it actually does is mislead investors into embarking on an investment boom that the artificially low rates seem to validate but that in fact cannot be sustained under existing economic conditions. Investments that would have correctly been assessed as unprofitable are falsely appraised as profitable, and over time the result is the squandering of countless resources in lines of investment that should never have been begun.

Source: “No, The Free Market Did Not CauseThe Financial Crisis”, by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

Continued Here.

May 8, 2009 Posted by | Bailout, Banks, Bernanke, Books, Credit, Currency, Deficit, Deficit Spending, Economy, End the Fed, Federal Reserve, Finance, Fraud, Free Market, Government, Inflation, Investing, Investment, Loans/Mortgage, Market, Market Economy, Politics, Stocks | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments