Daily Archives: November 13, 2009

Twitter hacker has Britney Spears hailing Satan and the New World Order

Britney Spears_twitter_illuminati

Britney — The Devil Made Me Do It!

TMZ | Nov 12, 2009

Britney Spears is admitting to being a devil-worshiping Satan fanatic who embraces a “new world order” … at least according to her Twitter page.

Turns out her Twitter account was hacked by a cyber-demonic force this morning … and we’re not talking about Sam Lutfi. Along with giving “Glory to Satan,” the background to her page has gone from images of her “3” video … to pyramids inscribed with the name of the alleged secret society Illuminati.



“I think we should just trust our president in every decision that he makes and we should just support that.”

– Britney Spears commenting on her absolute obedience to president George W. Bush, in a  CNN interview September 3, 2003


Madonna aims to tempt troubled Britney Spears back into kabbalah

Kabbalah Bracelets Replacing Diamond Bracelets in Hollywood

The Breakspear Family Bloodline

Britney Spears Twitter Page

CNBC – Dollar Will be Utterly Destroyed, Global Currency, New World Order

Youtube | Nov 6, 2009

Posted by: SignificantImagery

The dollar will get “utterly destroyed” and become “virtually worthless”, said Damon Vickers, chief investment officer of Nine Points Capital Partners. Due to the huge wage disparities between the United States and emerging markets like China, Vickers said that may resolve itself in some type of a global currency crisis.

“If the global currency crisis unfolds, then inevitably you get an alignment of a global world government. A new global currency and a new world order, so we may be moving towards that,” he said.

For those who have claimed this is a fake clip I suggest you visit CNBC’s website:


Note the inverted pyramid/illuminati triangle with the hypnotic spinning lights of Nine Points Capital Partners in the background. – PJ

Study Links Fluoride to Premature Births

foodconsumer.org | Nov 12, 2009

New York — November 12, 2009 — State University of New York (SUNY) researchers found more premature births in fluoridated than non-fluoridated upstate New York communities, according to a presentation made at the American Public Health Association’s annual meeting on November 9, 2009 in Philadelphia. (1)

Fluoridation is the addition of fluoride chemicals into public water supplies ostensibly to prevent tooth decay. Many groups oppose fluoridation because of its scientifically-documented health risks. (2)

Human pregnancy lasts about 40 weeks or just more than 9 months. A baby born before 37 weeks of pregnancy is considered a preterm (or premature) birth.  About 12 percent of US pregnancies are preterm and this is one of the top causes of infant death in the US, according to the US National Institutes of Health. (3)

The SUNY researchers used 1993-2002 data from the NY Statewide Planning and Research Cooperative System (SPARCS), which collects patient characteristics, diagnoses, treatments, services and charges for every hospital discharge, ambulatory surgery patient and emergency department admission in New York State. They recorded fluoridation residence status (under or over 1 milligram fluoride per Liter of water) and adjusted for age, race/ethnicity, neighborhood poverty level, hypertension and diabetes.

“Domestic water fluoridation was associated with an increased risk of PTB [preterm birth]. This relationship was most pronounced among women in the lowest SES [socio-economic-status] groups (>10% poverty) and those of non-white racial origin,” write Rachel Hart, et al. Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, SUNY School of Public Health.

Previous published research by others has shown that fluoride can interfere with the reproductive system. (4)

“It would be wise to follow the lead of the 7,000 Environmental Protection Agency scientists and public health professionals (5) who asked Congress to place a moratorium on fluoridation until definitive studies are conducted to prove fluoridation is safe for every human consuming it,” says attorney Paul Beeber, President, New York State Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation, Inc. “Clearly fluoridation is not safe for everyone,” says Beeber.

At the request of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a National Research Council (NRC) panel of experts reviewed current fluoride toxicology. In  2006 they concluded  that the maximum amount of fluoride allowed in drinking water is too high to be protective of health.  At least three NRC panel members believe water fluoride levels should be as close to zero as possible.  The EPA has yet to perform a fluoride risk assessment based on the NRC’s findings leaving millions of Americans at risk of fluoride’s adverse health effects.

According to Dr. Bill Hirzy, Chair of American University’s Chemistry Department and former EPA scientist from 1981 to 2008, the EPA fears “setting a maximum contaminant level goal of zero because that would mean the EPA is going to be responsible for the end of the water fluoridation program. EPA knows that there will be enormous political flak for doing that.” (6)

Contact:  Paul Beeber, JD


NYS Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation, Inc. 516-433-8882



Paul Connett, PhD

Executive Director

Fluoride Action Network 315-379-9200



Bill Hirzy, PhD

Department Chair, Chemistry

American University
Office #: 202-885-1780
Cell #: 202-285-0498
Email: whirzy@american.edu

SOURCE:  New York State Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation, Inc (NYSCOF)

PO Box 263

Old Bethpage, NY  11804

Follow NYSCOF on Twitter:  http://www.twitter.com/nyscof


1) 197468 Relationship between municipal water fluoridation and preterm birth in Upstate New York Rachel Hart, BA, MPH, et al. Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, School of Public Health, University at Albany, State University of New York, Rensselaer, NY


(2) Fluoride Action Network – Health Effects Database

(3) National Institutes of Health, “Preterm Labor and Birth,”


(4) Fluoride Action Network – HEALTH EFFECTS: Fluoride & the Reproductive System http://www.fluoridealert.org/health/repro/index.html

(5) Why EPA Headquarters Union of Scientists Opposes Fluoridation


(6) The Eagle, “Hirzy: EPA drags feet on fluoride.” by Howie Perlman, October 28, 2009


Intel says shape-shifting robots closer to reality

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Researchers use distributed computing and robots to create programmable matter

Computerworld | Nov 12, 2009

By Sharon Gaudin

Imagine a day when you can make your cell phone smaller to fit more comfortably in your pocket, then make it larger so you can text more easily.

Now, imagine that you could make your cell phone take the shape of a headset when you want to talk on it or re-shape it like a bracelet so you can wear it while jogging.

Those scenarios could be real in the not-so-distant future, according to researchers at both Intel and Carnegie Mellon University.

Scientists are using distributed computing and robotics to make shape-shifting a reality. In essence, they’re working to take millions of millimeter-sized robots and enable them, through software and electromagnetic forces, to take on various shapes and sizes.

Nearly two years ago, Seth Goldstein, an associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University, told Computerworld that he was working with a team of scientists at Intel and the U.S. Air Force Research Lab to create programmable matter. This week, Goldstein and Jason Campbell, a senior staff research scientist at Intel’s research lab in Pittsburgh, say they now are able to demonstrate that the physics they’ve been talking about are real.

“It’s been pretty hard but we’ve made a lot of progress,” said Campbell. “Optimistically, we could see this in three to five years. It will take us longer…. We’re not there yet, but we see a path.”

The programmable matter is called claytronics and the tiny robots are called catoms. Each catom will have its own processor. Think of each catom as a tiny robot or computer that has computational power, memory and the ability to store and share power.

Expanding on the idea of distributed computing, researchers are working to program millions of catoms to work together, much like a swarm of bees or a flock of birds.

Goldstein explained that researchers hope to write one program that will engage the entire system of catoms, instead of trying to write code for each one. Developers are focused on creating software that will focus on a pattern or overall movement of the system of tiny robots. Then each robot will be smart enough to detect its own place in the pattern and respond accordingly. If, for instance, a catom, or robot, detects that it has only one other catom beside it, it will know that it’s on an end and can act according to what the end piece should be doing.

“Generally, people learn how to program a single machine,” said Goldstein. “Think of the ensemble as the system.”

Part of the scientists’ research is creating new programming languages, algorithms and debugging tools to get these massive systems to work together.

And the shape-shifting efforts go beyond being able to change the size or shape of your cell phone. Goldstein explained previously that it could mean being able to better use the space in a small apartment by being able to change a dinner table into a poker table for a party and then into a bed at the end of the day.

It also could mean that instead of looking at images on a screen, gamers could have animated figures running around their houses. And instead of calling your co-worker to discuss something, a 3D facsimile of him or her could sit in your office and discuss a new project or the next year’s budget.

Chinese official: Communist Lincolns freed Tibetan slaves

A Chinese official bizarrely claimed that Barack Obama should understand China’s opposition to Tibetan independence because he is a black president who understands Abraham Lincoln’s role in emancipating African Americans.

Obama should understand Chinese rule in Tibet ‘because he is black’, official says

Telegraph | Nov 12, 2009

By Malcolm Moore in Shanghai

China insists that the Communist party liberated Tibetans from feudal serfdom under the Dalai Lama in 1959.

Qin Gang, the foreign ministry spokesman, said that since Mr Obama is a “black president”, the issue of slavery should resonate with him.

“He is a black president, and he understands the slavery abolition movement and Lincoln’s major significance for that movement,” said Mr Qin. “Lincoln played an incomparable role in protecting the national unity and territorial integrity of the United States.”

China’s stance was like Lincoln’s, said Mr Qin.

“Thus on this issue we hope that President Obama, more than any other foreign leader, can better, more deeply grasp China’s stance on protecting national sovereignty and territorial integrity,” he added.

The comments from the foreign ministry came a few days before the American president is due to tour Shanghai and Beijing.

Mr Obama left America for his trip to Asia last night looking to deflect attention from falling popularity at home. A national Gallup opinion poll showed that if asked to vote in a congressional ballot today 48 per cent would choose Republican and 44 per cent Democrat.

The Chinese government is angling for Mr Obama to endorse China’s rule in Tibet publicly, and senior advisers to Mr Obama have admitted that the topic will be on the agenda during talks with Hu Jintao, the Chinese president.

Mr Obama avoided meeting the Dalai Lama when the exiled spiritual leader was in Washington in October, amid rumours that he was keen to avoid upsetting China. However, the Dalai Lama has said that they may meet after Mr Obama’s trip to China.

Pro-Tibetan independence groups immediately condemned the Foreign ministry for “failing a history test”.

Stephanie Brigden, the director of Free Tibet, said: “It is an insult for the unelected and authoritarian Chinese government to suggest that an instinctive democrat such as Abraham Lincoln would have sided with China in seeking to deny the Tibetan people their fundamental right to determine their own future.

“By trying to be clever, and attempting to liken its occupation of Tibet with Lincoln’s fight to abolish slavery while preserving the Union, China has merely underlined its inability to recognise what true freedom looks like.”



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China seals off Tibetan capital from outside world

Dalai Lama condemns ‘rule of terror’ in Tibet as protests spread

Many feared dead during Tibetan protests against Chinese rule

China deepens religious repression in Tibet

Tibetan dissident to accuse Chinese of torture and genocide

Dalai Lama: China has made Tibet a ‘Hell on Earth’

China bars foreigners from Tibet

Tibet’s Panchen Lama, Beijing’s propaganda tool

No Tibet freedom without Communist Party says Panchen Lama

Dementia drugs killing off many of the elderly

Anti-psychotic drugs do not benefit many dementia patients

Dementia drug use ‘killing many’

BBC | Nov 12, 2009

By Nick Triggle

Needless use of anti-psychotic drugs is widespread in dementia care and contributes to the death of many patients, an official review suggests.

About 180,000 patients a year are given the drugs in care homes, hospitals and their own homes to manage aggression.

But the expert review – commissioned by ministers – said the treatment was unnecessary in nearly 150,000 cases and was linked to 1,800 deaths.

The government in England has agreed to take steps to reduce use of the drugs.

These include:

* Improving access to other types of therapy, such as counselling
* Better monitoring of prescribing practices
* Guidance for families explaining what they can do if they are worried about drug use
* Specialist training in dementia for health and social care staff
* Appointment of a new national director for dementia to oversee the measures

The review – and the government pledge to take action – comes after long-running concerns about the use of anti-psychotic drugs.

Over the past 30 years, the NHS has increasingly turned to the treatment, which was originally aimed at people with schizophrenia, as it has struggled to cope with the rise in people with dementia.

‘Different mindset’

There are currently 700,000 people in the UK with the condition, but this is expected to rise to one million in the next 10 years because of the ageing population.

The review, led by King’s College London expert Professor Sube Banerjee, accepted that for some people anti-psychotic drugs would be necessary.

But it said they should be used only for a maximum of three months and when the person represented a risk to themselves or others.

Professor Banerjee estimated that of the 180,000 people given the drugs each year, only 36,000 benefited.

He said health and social care services needed to develop a “different mindset”.

Allan Trueman’s father “became a totally different person”

He believes if the steps the government has agreed to are followed, anti-psychotic drug use could be reduced by two-thirds within three years.

Care services minister Phil Hope agreed action was needed.

“We know there are situations where anti-psychotic drug use is necessary – we’re not calling for a ban, but we do want to see a significant reduction in use.”

Neil Hunt, chief executive of the Alzheimer’s Society, said the long-awaited review was a welcome recognition of the scale of the problem.

He added: “This goes beyond quality of care. It is a fundamental rights issue.

“Our members tell us of enormous worry and distress over what is happening to their loved ones.”

The Royal College of GPs – in most cases the drugs are prescribed by family doctors – admitted the situation was “unacceptable”.

President Dr Steve Field said: “People deserve much better.”

While the review was commissioned by the government in England, ministers elsewhere in the UK have agreed to study the recommendations.

Teen athlete requires “extensive physical therapy” to recover from effects of H1N1 flu shot

Jordan McFarland

14-year-old Jordan McFarland developed severe headaches, muscle spasms and weakness in his legs after being injected. Brendan Smialowski / for msnbc.com

Virginia teen athlete in wheel chair after H1N1 vaccine shot

NaturalNews | Nov 12, 2009

by: Mike Adams

A teenage Virginia athlete is in a wheel chair now after suffering Guillain-Barre Syndrome within hours after receiving an H1N1 swine flu vaccine shot. 14-year-old Jordan McFarland developed severe headaches, muscle spasms and weakness in his legs after being injected. He will need “extensive physical therapy” to recovery, reports MSNBC. Plus, he’ll need the help of a walker for four to six weeks.

Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) is the name given to anyone who exhibits a particular set of neurological symptoms including muscle weakness and muscle spasms. GBS is now increasingly occurring following H1N1 vaccine injections. It was diagnosed in thousands of patients following the 1976 swine flu vaccine scare, and it appears to be recurring here in 2009 as the swine flu vaccine makes it into more widespread distribution.

Health authorities, however, remain adamant that H1N1 vaccines are never the cause of GBS, and that such diagnoses are “pure coincidence.” This blatantly unscientific P.R. tactic is designed to dismiss any and all concerns over the neurological side effects of H1N1 vaccines by simply denying they exist. To date, the CDC has received reports of five additional people being diagnosed with GBS following swine flu vaccinations, but it dismisses them all as coincidence. “It’s much less than we’d expect,” says CDC official Dr. Claudia J. Vellozzi. (Which is sort of interesting all by itself, because it reveals that the CDC expects a lot more people to get GBS following vaccine injections…)

At the same time, part of the reason the CDC isn’t receiving many reports on neurological disorders caused by H1N1 vaccines is because they participated in a massive media brainwashing event that prepped the population to dismiss all side effects by pre-announcing the bizarre idea that “side effects experienced after vaccine injections are not related to vaccines.”

This was an organized, nationwide media brainwashing campaign engineered by the CDC, FDA and drug companies. It sought to pre-program health consumers to automatically dismiss serious side effects that appeared in the hours after receiving swine flu vaccine injections.

The campaign worked. In fact, even the GBS of this young man, Jordan McFarland, wasn’t submitted to the CDC. It only came to light when his step-mother submitted details to MSNBC.com’s reader reporting tool. In other words, this was citizen journalism at work, where a parent submitted information directly to the media.

For this to occur is exceedingly rare. Most parents would simply wait for their doctor to submit such information to health authorities, not knowing that submitting reports of vaccine-related side effects remains voluntary in modern medicine.

No requirement to report vaccine side effects
You read that right: There is no requirement that doctors send reports of vaccine side effects to any health authority at all. And that raises the question: So how do they really know how many people are suffering neurological side effects from the H1N1 vaccines?

Sheriff’s Deputies Hold Down Boy Who Fled Flu Shot In Fear

Student refused; was held down for vaccination

theintelligencer.net | Nov 11, 2009


WHEELING – It took the strength of two sheriff’s deputies to keep a middle schooler still enough to receive a shot of the swine flu, or H1N1, vaccine at a recent clinic.

During a regular Wheeling-Ohio County Health Board meeting Tuesday, health department Administrator Howard Gamble told board members about the student’s attempt to flee Wheeling Middle School during a vaccination clinic held there last Friday.

He noted the boy’s mother could not bear to watch the scene and left the gymnasium. Out of apparent fear of receiving the injection, the student ran out of the building. The school’s resource officer, Ohio County Sheriff’s Deputy John Haglock, coaxed the boy back inside. Once at the shot station, however, Haglock apparently needed some help keeping the boy still, and another deputy assisted.

“He tried to run. I looked over and saw two sheriff’s deputies holding a kid down,” Gamble said. “Mom took off, she couldn’t take it. You had one nurse with the needle, two deputies holding him, one nurse is grabbing hands – because that’s what they want to do, to go after the needle. And that’s the last thing you want.”

Gamble said as soon as the nurse gave the boy his injection and told him he was done, he hopped up like nothing had happened.

“For the most part they go very easy. As far as the shots, every once in awhile you have to hold down one or two – but that’s why mom is there or dad is there,” Gamble said.

He added after the meeting that Friday’s incident was the only time Ohio County deputies have held a student during a shot.

“They’re mostly there for parking and directions. They also know the kids. … They were our first line of contact when setting up the clinics,” Gamble said.

Neither Sheriff Pat Butler nor Haglock could be reached for comment. A sheriff’s department official said Haglock is on vacation for the next two weeks.

During a clinic Tuesday at Bridge Street Middle School, similar scenes took place – though not quite as dramatic and not involving officers of the law.

Full Story

Al Qaeda Connection Debunked, But Feds Still Seeking Fort Hood Terror Link

Al Qaeda Connection Debunked, but Investigators Say Alleged Shooter May Have Had Ties to Hamas-Linked Group

CBS | Nov 12, 2009

(CBS)   Sources tells CBS News that investigators are continuing to look for any possible ties between the alleged Fort Hood shooter, Major Nidal Malik Hasan, and terrorist groups including the Muslim Brotherhood, an affiliate of Hamas.

The Muslim Brotherhood operates behind the scenes in the United States and seeks to subtly place individuals into influential positions in the academic, legal or medical professions to further their cause of undermining the United States.

So far all investigations of Hasan have indicated that he acted alone, without support or direction from any outside group. Stories published this week indicated that Hasan had been in contact with al Qaeda, but further reporting revealed that Hasan had only been in contact with an imam at a mosque he sometimes attended, who had expressed support for al Qaeda – and that Hasan had approached the cleric with questions for a research paper.

Investigators are now also looking at whether Hasan was supporting Islamic charities overseas. Some such charities have been found to funnel money to terrorist organizations.

Earlier Thursday, President Barack Obama has ordered a review of all intelligence related to Fort Hood shooting suspect Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, and whether the information was properly shared and acted upon within government agencies.

The review will be overseen by John Brennan, assistant to the president for homeland security and counterterrorism. The first results are due to the White House by Nov. 30.