The endlessly increasing vaccine push on the public, at the behest of pharmaceutical companies, can be looked at as nothing more than a psychological operation (PSYOP). From the European Regional Office of the World Health Organization (WHO) comes the 2016 “Best Practice Guidance 1st Edition: How to Respond to Vocal Vaccine Deniers in Public“. From this guide parents and communities will understand how to see through the simplistic messaging maneuvers and counter the ongoing public PSYOP. The WHO’s guiding document opens on page one with the following statement:“This guidance document provides basic broad principles for a spokesperson of any health authority on how to respond to vocal vaccine deniers.The suggestions are based on psychological research on persuasion, on research in public health, communication studies and on WHO risk
The document centers on how to address “science denialism” for health authorities in a public venue or discussion. The document reads like a marijuana propaganda piece from the 1960’s. According the the WHO, those who question “science” and “experts” are chopped up into three categories: a vaccine refuser, a vaccine skeptic or a vaccine denier. Each one of the three labels, according to the WHO, can be found on what they call the vaccine “hesitancy continuum.” The “vaccine denier” refers to “a member of a subgroup at the extreme end of the hesitancy continuum.” When it comes to corporate bottom lines, the pharmaceutical company lobbyist focuses on the politician or government “official” that can persuade the most people, and maneuver around or through the stop-gap measures to remove medical and health freedom. To these ends, the WHO has created a graphic to address the “probability to change one’s mind to vaccine acceptance.“
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US Customs and Border Patrol has released security footage of detention facilities in southern Arizona, where immigrants have been held in overcrowded, dirty cells without bedding, adequate food and water, and even basic sanitation.
Former US Secretary of State Colin Powell was the one who had “counseled” Hillary Clinton, advising her to use a private email account rather than a governmental one during her days in the office, according to a new report.
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The Obama administration has ordered 9,000-plus federal buildings across the United States allow biological men into women’s bathrooms, locker rooms and showers in order to comply with the administration’s interpretation of Title IX law.
If you still believe the United States government is controlled by the “people,” it’s time to wake up and smell the tavë kosi.A recently uncovered email, compliments of WikiLeaks, painfully illustrates how far the republic has fallen.WikiLeaks launched a searchable archive of 30,322 emails from Hillary Clinton’s private email server that she used while Secretary of State.“The 50,547 pages of documents cover Clinton’s correspondence from June 30, 2010 to August 12, 2014, of which 7,570 were sent by Clinton herself,” reported RT.Marxist manipulator George Soros, born Schwartz György, sent an email dated January 24, 2011 to then-U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, on how to handle the unrest in the Albanian capital of Tirana, where anti-government protestors clashed with police that month, resulting in three men being shot dead.
AMERICAN FREE PRESS’s Victor Thorn, who was found dead on his birthday August 1, has written extensively on the Clinton Foundation, which was founded in 1997 as the William J. Clinton Foundation, and is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with offices in New York City and Little Rock, Arkansas. According to The Washington Post, the Foundation has raised more than $2 billion from “a wide range of the world’s wealthiest people: Eastern European tycoons, Arab Sheiks, African mining magnates, hedge fund billionaires and Wall Street firms.”When campaign contributions are included in the total, wrote the Post, the total is closer to $3 billion.“The Clintons’ fundraising operation—$3 billion amassed by one couple, working in tandem for more than four decades—has no equal,” the Post reported.In his last known work, CROWNING CLINTON: Why Hillary Shouldn’t Be in the White House, Thorn discussed how Hillary Clinton “illegally maintained a private email server to conceal how the Clinton Foundation acted as a vast multi-million dollar private slush fund.”He also touches upon in the book “how much money flows into the Clinton Foundation from places that horribly oppress women.”