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FDA Wants To Outlaw Nearly All Nutritional Supplements Made After 1994

Natural News | Yesterday we reported on the FDA's new scheme for outlawing nearly all nutritional supplements formulated after October, 1994 (https://www.naturalnews.com/032912_F...). That was just the beginning of this story, because a detailed analysis of the proposed new regulation reveals extremely disturbing revelations that would absolutely gut the nutritional products industry if these regulations are put into practice.

Below are the highlights of the most offensive and onerous portions of these proposed new FDA regulations. The source of all this information is the FDA itself, which proposes its new rules in a rather lengthy post at: https://www.fda.gov/Food/GuidanceCom.

  • Written by: John Galt
  • Category: Health
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New Study Finds Link Between Vaccines And Infant Mortality

Infowars.com | A shocking new study published in a prestigious medical journal has found a direct statistical link between higher vaccine doses and infant mortality rates in the developed world, suggesting that the increasing number of inoculations being forced upon children by medical authorities, particularly in the United States which administers the highest number of vaccines and also has the highest number of infant deaths, is in fact having a detrimental impact on health.

The study, entitled Infant mortality rates regressed against number of vaccine doses routinely given: Is there a biochemical or synergistic toxicity?, was conducted by Neil Z. Miller and Gary S. Goldman. It was published in the reputable Human and Experimental Toxicology journal, which is indexed by the National Library of Medicine.

  • Written by: John Galt
  • Category: Health
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House Cuts Funding To USDA "Food Safety" Agency

Arguing that the U.S. food supply is 99 percent safe, House Republicans cut millions of dollars Thursday from the Food and Drug Administration’s budget, denying the agency money to implement landmark food safety laws approved by the last Congress.

Saying the cuts were needed to lower the national deficit, the House also reduced funding to the Agriculture Department’s food safety inspection service, which oversees meat, poultry and some egg products. And lawmakers chopped $832 million from an emergency feeding program for poor mothers, infants and children. Hunger groups said that change would deny emergency nutrition to about 325,000 mothers and children.

  • Written by: John Galt
  • Category: Health
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A Brief History of Population Control

On September 14, 1994, philanthropist David Rockefeller addressed the business council for the United Nations in which he stated:

"Improved public health has caused the worlds’ infant mortality rate to decline by 60% over the last 40 years. In the same period, the worlds’ average life expectancy has increased from 46 years in the 1950s to 63 years today. This is a development as individuals we can only applaud. However, the result of these positive measures is a world population that has risen during the same short period of time geometrically to almost 6 billion people, and could easily exceed 8 billion by the year 2020.

The negative impact of population growth on all of our planetary ecosystems is becoming appallingly evident…unless nations will agree to work together to tackle these cross-border challenges posed by population growth, over-consumption of resources, and environmental degradation, the prospects for a decent life on our planet will be threatened…the United Nations can, and sould play an essential role in helping the world find a satisfactory way of stabilizing world population, and stimulating economic development in a manner that is sensitive to religious and moral considerations."  1

  • Written by: Jeff Turnbull
  • Category: Health
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ObamaCare Tests Boundaries Between Personal Choice And Government Mandates

FoxNews | Americans are some of the most independent and ambitious people on the planet. People come to this country to live out their dreams—start businesses, own homes and live freely and without burdensome restrictions on what they can buy, where they must live, or what they can sell. Anything is possible here, and this notion has been critical for American prosperity.

But sometimes, even the government will test the independent spirit of its own people. That’s exactly what happened when Congress passed, and the president signed into law, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) aka ObamaCare. The gauntlet thrown; the challenge accepted. And now, Americans are fighting back.

This week, when the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) and its co-plaintiffs go to Atlanta to challenge PPACA before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, they will be representing a fiercely independent group of 350,000 small-business owners and employees and the citizens of 26 states. Their position: it is unconstitutional for the government to force Americans to buy health insurance whether they want it or not.

  • Written by: John Galt
  • Category: Health
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World Bank To Proposes Tax On Jet, Shipping Fuel

Reuters | The World Bank will suggest a global levy on jet and shipping fuel in recommendations to G20 governments later this year on raising climate finance, a senior official said on Sunday.

Developed countries have already written off chances of agreement on a new binding deal at a U.N. conference in Durban this year, placing a new focus on piecemeal efforts including fund-raising.

Binding targets under the Kyoto Protocol cap the greenhouse gas emissions of nearly 40 industrialised countries but expire in 2012 and now look unlikely to be extended in time.

The World Bank is focusing on a levy on shipping and jet fuels in a report to G20 finance minister in October, among other efforts to keep climate action on track.

  • Written by: John Galt
  • Category: Health
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