Thursday, September 8, 2016

SOUTH CAROLINA PREPARES FOR ROUND 2 OF BEE-KILLING ZIKA SPRAYING


Apparently in South Carolina, a million dead bees are not enough. Fresh on the heels of the annihilation of millions of bees in Dorchester County, as a result of the Zika hysteria, Charleston County Mosquito Control is planning to conduct aerial spraying from Sept 7 – Sept 12 “on standing water.”

According to the county’s Facebook page, the spraying will take place from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Posting a notice of their intentions to spray, county officials point out that they have been aerially spraying for years and that they will be notifying the public via email 24 hours in advance. The county also states that it will work with local beekeepers to notify them of any spraying coming up.

Mosquito Control representatives have stated that they are working on public education and have given presentations to beekeeper groups in the area and have stressed the importance of the beekeepers providing their information so it can be added to records. Interestingly enough, Mosquito Control uses Trumpet for most of its aerial “adulticiding.” Trumpet contains the active ingredient of Naled but is considered different because the product is water-based and not an oil.

As Wendell Forester noted about Naled (emphasis added):
And the description of NALED provided by the Pesticide Management Education Programme out of Cornell University has this to say about NALED:
Naled is moderately to highly toxic by ingestion, inhalation and dermal adsorption. Vapors or fumes of naled are corrosive to the mucous membranes lining the mouth, throat and lungs, and inhalation may cause severe irritation. A sensation of tightness in the chest and coughing are commonly experienced after inhalation. As with all organophosphates, naled is readily absorbed through the skin. Skin which has come in contact with this material should be washed immediately with soap and water and all contaminated clothing should be removed. Persons with respiratory ailments, recent exposure to cholinesterase inhibitors, impaired cholinesterase production, or with liver malfunction may be at increased risk from exposure to naled. High environmental temperatures or exposure of naled to visible or UV light may enhance its toxicity.
(This same profile warned that Naled is “highly toxic to bees.”) Fyfanon will be used when spraying in the McClellanville/Awendaw area.

County officials are saying that the spray that will be used in this operation is not the same as the spray used in Dorchester County. They claim that the spray is not harmful to bees. But considering the fact that it contains the same major active ingredient of Naled, these claims are questionable at best. And many Charleston County residents aren’t too happy with the idea of being sprayed like bugs or in South Carolina’s case – bees.

For comments go to facebook page for Charleston County Government.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AND THEIR EFFECTS

Below is an excerpt of an article on EMFs. Go to the author's blog for the full article. 

By Catherine J. Frompovich (Activist Post)

Can you see and feel its effects in the air?  Of course you can, but you don’t know how to identify it correctly!  It’s all around us like an ocean of electromagnetic frequencies that we are swimming in, which are pulsed out from many more sources than we can begin to imagine and, more confoundedly, not accept that they are causing damage to all living elements, especially young children who are most vulnerable.

I’m talking about electromagnetic fields (EMFs) or radiofrequencies (RFs), which have become so ubiquitous that we haven’t stopped to realize what’s been happening to us—especially children exposed to Wi-Fi in schools—and how trees [4] and other plant life are being damaged.

Where do these EMFs come from?

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

THE "TEN" MOST DANGEROUS MEDICINES






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 "It's time to take your medicine, honey." "But Mom, it's making me feel weird and horrible, and I'm not getting any better." "Well, it's what the doctor prescribed, so it's what we have to do." Have you ever been told to listen to your gut? There's a reason for that. Actually, several reasons.

Many "Western" medicines are made in laboratories using chemicals and are highly experimental, and worse yet, they're never tested on humans, except when they're actually prescribed, applied, or injected into them. Humans are the ultimate guinea pigs in America, while Big Pharma pockets trillions in profit. How did this all come to be? Simple answer: After WWII, Nazi scientists were hired fresh out of prison to work on pharmaceuticals, vaccines, chemotherapy, and chemical food additives, in order to fuel the most insidious business on earth–allopathic medicine. It's no conspiracy theory either. The horror that took place at the Holocaust in Germany was continued, on a lesser scale, in the United States, for money.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

TAXPAYER FUNDED HEALTH INSURANCE CO-OPS ARE GOING BANKRUPT UNDER OBAMACARE

by Daniel Barker (NaturalNews

The bad news concerning Obamacare is growing even worse. Last week, Blue Cross Blue Shield submitted a request for rate hikes of 60 percent for its policyholders in Texas. Then, a couple of days later, the news broke that Ohio's InHealth Mutual co-op is going bust, making it the 13th of 23 non-profit co-ops set up under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to declare bankruptcy.

From FreeBeacon.com:

"The Ohio Department of Insurance asked to liquidate the company, saying that the company was in a 'hazardous financial condition.' The co-op served nearly 22,000 consumers who now have 60 days to find another policy offered by another company on the federal exchange.

"The company recorded an underwriting loss of $80 million in 2015 despite the $129 million in taxpayer-backed loans granted to the co-op by the federal government."


Reports say that $3 million in claims per week were being filed with the insurer, creating a situation in which a 60 percent rate hike in 2017 would have been necessary to cover the outlays.

Ohio Director of Insurance Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor said:

Thursday, June 23, 2016