Global Skywatch

Law Enforcement Against Prohibition

Archives

price signals

Decisions, decisions… How does one decide between the Porsche Macan and Subaru wagon? Go to work, or go play golf? Be an artist or accountant? Leave our lights on or turn them off? Many options we choose in life have a monetary factor. The phrase “with cost no object” is always used in rhetorical questions. The real world thrusts cost/benefit at us regularly. In my household, we choose to pay for quality food as diet is one of the most important factors in health. Meanwhile, AMA training spends zero hours on diet and thousands of hours studying pharmaceuticals. We pay out of our own pockets for chiropractors, herbalists, essential oil therapies, reference libraries and medical kits. We would not […]

vaccinated vs unvaccinated comparisons

Studies Prove Vaccinated Children Are at Greater Risk of Serious Illness and Neurological Disorders   Written By: Christina England, BA Hons Four studies spanning 25 years prove vaccinated children are at greater risk of serious illness and neurological disorders than their non-vaccinated peers. For many years, parents and professionals have been questioning whether or not any studies have been conducted comparing vaccinated children to unvaccinated children. In fact, Congressman Posey put this very question to Ms. Coleen Doyle from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 2012. As expected, Ms. Doyle made several attempts to avoid Mr. Posey’s question before finally being forced to admit that the CDC had not carried out such a study.       […]

vaccine comparison study revisited

Starting from the assumption that vaccines were good, valuable, and important, a Jackson State University study finds disconcerting patterns of injury to children by the simple expedient of collecting real data from vaccinated and unvaccinated children. This SHOULD be a wakeup call. People SHOULD be inspired to learn about the natural immune system, which is an amazing, intricate, successful masterpiece of nature. Take care of it; it takes care of us. Reinforcing that is the $142 million that has been awarded to 337 vaccine injured families so far this year who had the tenacity, support and appropriate documentation to claim damages in the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VCIP). By what logic are the vaccine companies immune to damages done by […]

head-to-head study of vaccinated vs unvaccinated

Starting from the assumption that vaccines were good, valuable, and important,  a Jackson State University study does find disconcerting patterns of injury to children from the simple expedient of collecting real data from vaccinated and unvaccinated children. This SHOULD be a wakeup call. People SHOULD be inspired to learn about the natural immune system, which is an amazing, intricate, successful masterpiece of nature. Take care of it; it takes care of us. Ted —————— Confirmed science shows that vaccinated children have 420% higher risk of ADHD compared to non-vaccinated kids Monday, May 22, 2017 by: Tracey Watson Tags: adhd, allergies, autism, eczema, learning problems, long-term effects, NDDs, neurdevelopmental disorders, vaccines       (Natural News) For the longest time, I’ve […]

Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated Children

First of It’s Kind Study Shows Alarming Health Differences   When called to testify before Congress, the head of the CDC tried repeatedly to avoid answering the question, “Have you compared vaccinated to unvaccinated children?”. When forced, she admitted the answer is “No”. How can such an obvious question not be considered by the organization supposedly tasked with overseeing the safety and efficacy of vaccines? At least somebody is asking the question, and researching the answer. While this study is relatively small, its results beg for a much larger version… and most definitely provide cautionary warnings to those considering vaccines for themselves or loved ones. – Ted from Health Freedom Alliance FacebookPinterestTwitter       The controversy over vaccines continues […]

feed your head

My headline puts The Jefferson Airplane’s song, and Grace Slick’s words from White Rabbit into my brain. But that is not what I’m talking about… well, mostly not anyway. The video clip to the right is hugely full of startling information on brain function and the important natural fuels that make it all work. She goes at the cellular level to describe numerous nutrients that we have often heard used as negatives as crucial to our brains as well as the rest of our system. The beauty of the human machine continues to impress me. As does the ability of charlatans to trick us into destructive behaviors for their fun and profit. Though nearly edited completely out of the interview, […]

Iatrogenic death = #1 cause in USofA

I am pointing you to an article so powerful and well assembled that I have difficulty finding excerpts that do it justice. Yet I respect the work that went into it too much to republish here. I will give you a few tidbits, but click on the links to read it from the original publisher. PHARMAGEDDON …Over 70% of Americans are on some form of pharmaceutical drug that often brings negative side-effects, including death. Iatrogenic death, or “death by doctor”, is considered the third leading cause of death in America, conservatively speaking. Some experts interpret the data to read iatrogenic death as the number one cause of death, and they have a great deal of evidence to back up […]

my new car company

I found myself with a spare five billion dollars lying around. I have a bullet-proof plan for using it in the creation of the ultimate car company. As is popular with ideas like this, I will give it a proper newspeak name: FREEDOM MOTORS. My first step to guarantee profitability will be to have my good friends in Congress move all liability for injury, death or failure to perform as advertised from Freedom Motors to the National Freedom Motors Injury Compensation Program. Lawmakers actually work quite inexpensively. For less than a billion dollars, I can get a fifty-fold return on investment. Then to make sure our compensation system doesn’t break the taxpayers, and give my company a bad name […]