Monthly Archives: August 2009

Medical Professionals Refusing Swine Flu Vaccine

Even scientists who helped develop the vaccine say THEY ARE NOT GOING TO TAKE IT AND URGE THEIR FRIENDS AND FAMILY NOT TO TAKE IT EITHER, says Wayne Madsen, an investigative journalist and RT contributor.

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Tim Hawkins – The Government Can

This video is extremely clever, entertaining, and oh, too true.

When Push Comes to Shove–What Will You Do?

$1000 Per Day Fine & 30 Days In Jail For Refusing the Swine Flu Vaccine In Massachusetts

Hondurus Coup, the CIA and two American Corporations

John Perkins, the author of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, argues convincingly that the recent coup in Honduras was engineered by two US companies, with CIA support. He begins by saying:

I recently visited Central America. Everyone I talked with there was convinced that the military coup that had overthrown the democratically-elected president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, had been engineered by two US companies, with CIA support. And that the US and its new president were not standing up for democracy.

Earlier in the year Chiquita Brands International Inc. (formerly United Fruit) and Dole Food Co had severely criticized Zelaya for advocating an increase of 60% in Honduras’s minimum wage, claiming that the policy would cut into corporate profits. They were joined by a coalition of textile manufacturers and exporters, companies that rely on cheap labor to work in their sweatshops.

Read the entire article on the Tikkun website.

Confessions of A Health Insurance Insider

An interview with Wendell Potter

The former mouthpiece for insurance giant Cigna divulges his role in misleading the public, the emotional day that led to his whistle-blowing, and what should really scare you.

Here is one excerpted point that clears away much mis-information in the current health care reform debate.

Guernica: Shifting to President Obama’s plan: critics often say that Obama’s healthcare plan would be detrimental to care because it would take decisions away from doctors and patients and put them in the hands of a government bureaucrat. Is this a legitimate concern?

Wendell Potter: No. But it is one of those talking points the industry repeats every time we have a debate about reform. They said it in 1993. They say it whenever the industry is under threat of increased government involvement. What I’m telling people is that our current reality is far scarier than the fear-mongering. What people have now is a corporate bureaucrat who stands between a person and his or her doctor. That’s much scarier than the specter of more government. In any event, there is nothing in any healthcare plan that is being proposed that would put a government bureaucrat between a person and his or her doctor. More…

The Story of Mouseland — a politcal allegory

This political allegory combines a speech by Tommy Douglas, voted GREATEST CANADIAN OF ALL TIME, with modern animation. Introduced by Douglas’ grandson, actor Kiefer Sutherland, it is a tale that is both humorous and incisive. -t.h.g.

Ingenious Plan to Eliminate the National Debt