The shocking truth about why Obama announced a National Public Health Emergency in the US this weekend.
Dr. Mercola Interviews Barbara Loe Fisher, founder of the National Vaccine Information Center
President Barack Obama declared the swine flu outbreak a national emergency on Friday October 23, empowering the health secretary to suspend federal requirements and speed up treatment.
His declaration authorizes Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to bypass normal federal regulations so health officials can respond more quickly to the outbreak, which, allegedly, has killed more than 1,000 people in the United States.
"As a nation, we have prepared at all levels of government, and as individuals and communities, taking unprecedented steps to counter the emerging pandemic," Obama wrote in the declaration, which the White House announced Saturday.
He said the pandemic keeps evolving, the rates of illness are rising rapidly in many areas and there's a potential "to overburden health care resources."
Because of vaccine production delays, the government has backed off initial estimates that 120 million doses would be available by mid-October. As of mid-October, only 11 million doses had been shipped to health departments, doctor's offices and other providers, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials said.
The government now estimates to have about 50 million doses of swine flu vaccine out by mid-November and 150 million in December.
Ever wonder why there was a big push to get GPS readings at your front door?
by Walter Burien
The government census has over the last year made a very big push to get GPS readings at your front door as many reading this are aware of.
When they came to your house they did not ask "any" questions that a census taker would normally ask such as how many live here; where are you from; what is your name; how old are you; how many children, the only thing they were assigned to do was take a GPS reading at the entrance to your property and at your front door.
I personally live way off the grid at this time. 14 miles out on dirt roads with my closest neighbor a 1/4 mile away and the next 5 miles away. I may see two or three cars a year out here a year from a venturesome explorer. But then three months ago there was an individual at my front gate taking a GPS reading. When he opened my gate to come inside I approached him. He said he was from the census, and he had his little census name tag clipped on his shirt.
Well, we chatted for a while, and as we did he walked over to my front door and took another GPS reading. Now I am getting a little suspicious and the red flags are triggering. He then started walking towards my other structures to take a GPS reading and at that point I told him: I did not mind him taking a GPS reading from my front gate but wanting to take a GPS reading from each entrance to each structure with him noting each structure on the reading and then a GPS reading of my fence area, and without asking "one" normal census question, I at that point told him to get off the property. He continued to try and take more GPS readings so I stood in front of him 10 inches from his face and said in a strong tone: "I guess you did not understand me, leave"
He then walked back to his SUV and left. Two days latter a woman came by and parked at my front gate. When I approached she tried to drive off but I intercepted her and said: "can I help you, are you lost?" She said she was a supervisor who worked for the census and she was checking the work of the person who was out there the day before and quickly drove off. I snapped a picture of her car as she sped away.
Well, to say the least, in all logic these occurrences were highly suspicious without "one" normal census question being asked and the only intent being the taking of specific GPS readings of entrances to structures. I checked with a few people who lived within seven miles of my location (there are about five) and they had the same experience so that alleviated my suspicion of sole targeting.
I had to ask myself WHY was the only interest being exact GPS readings at entrances to structures. My first thought was GPS satellite surveillance. My second thought was for ease of roundups of targeted populations if implemented.Both of those thought are probably correct.
This morning I happened to watch a video on MAV's and a chill came over me as a 1 + 1 = 2 equation became very clear of the GPS readings taken and MAV application as a control tool over the population for many a different applications. Scary was a mild word that came to mind.
I strongly recommend that each and every one of you watch this short 4 minute US Air Force video. It is your government and tax dollars at work and the final intent for use may just be for each and every one of us. No paranoia, just 1 + 1 = 2 on real application. But then nothing to be concerned about, our government would not do this to US, now would they?
You see, under war circumstances they can get away with use and testing these types of things. Under peace conditions, it would never be allowed. Keep in mind the tiny flash cards of today can hold 40 gigs of data processing information so the capabilities of these MAV devices are here today.
Walter J. Burien, Jr. Websites - http://CAFR1.com and http://TaxRetirement.com
Israeli military strike more likely after Iran misses nuclear deadline
25 October 2009
The deal put forward in Vienna would not have ended Iran's nuclear programme, even if Tehran had given a prompt "yes".
Its announcement on Friday will raise suspicions it just wants to bog down the limited deal on offer in further delay and, although more talks are likely, attention will turn east.
Given that Israeli government has made a nuclear-free Iran its prime international goal, a military strike to try to achieve that is now correspondingly more likely.
John Bolton, the combative flag-bearer for pro-Israel American neo-conservatives, is reported as having said last week that an Israeli nuclear strike is not off the table.
The deal would ease pressure for more sanctions on Iran, since the removal of most of its low-enriched uranium would delay its ability to build a nuclear weapon.
Mr Obama envisaged that longer negotiations, in the raised atmosphere of trust the deal would create, would then focus on ending its enrichment programme altogether.
But in its first response to the proposed deal, Ehud Barak, Israel's defence minister, demanded "the cessation of enrichment by Iran, and not just the removal of the enriched material".
"Under no circumstances should any option be removed from the table," he added.
Any plan by Israel to make good that implicit threat would place President Barack Obama in a quandary. It has always been assumed that Israel would not proceed without American agreement, but Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, has already faced Mr Obama down over his rejection of demands for a total freeze on settlements in the occupied territories.
Meanwhile some analysts are wondering whether Saudi Arabia, which also fears the rise of Iran, was involved in a bomb attack on the Iranian Revolutionary Guard last weekend which killed 42 people.
Iran has accused it of funding Jundullah, the Sunni muslim group that claimed responsibility, and Riyadh is also known to be unhappy at the prospect of a deal that leaves Iran's nuclear facilities intact.
Mr Obama's worry now will be that as his preference for diplomacy runs into a quagmire, America's longstanding allies may start to take matters into their own hands.
Answers? None Here that's for sure. WHO GOT THE MONEY?
Iran, China Lead the World in Stealing U.S. Military Equipment and Technology According to Justice Department Documents Uncovered by Judicial Watch
Judicial Watch has launched an investigation regarding covert efforts by foreign nations to violate our export control laws. And here's what we've found out so far: Since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Iran and China lead the world in stealing sensitive U.S. military equipment and technology according to documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) from the Justice Department's National Security Division.
The documents include a report entitled, "Significant Export Control Cases Since September 2001," prepared by the Counter Espionage Section (CES), which includes the charges, investigative agency, defendants and disposition of each case.
According to this report, which was originally labeled "For Official Use Only," Iran and China were cited for 31 and 20 violations respectively between September 29, 2001 and May 16, 2008.
And here are just a few of the "significant" cases listed by the CES:
U.S. v. Eugene Hsu, et al. (9/21/01): Eugene Hsu, David Chang and Wing Chang were charged with "Conspiracy and an attempt to export military encryption units to China through Singapore." All received guilty verdicts however Wing Chang is still listed as a fugitive.
U.S. v. Avassapian (12/03): Sherzhik Avassapian was a Tehran-based broker working for the Iranian Ministry of Defense when he attempted to "solicit and inspect F-14 fighter components, military helicopters and C-130 aircraft which he intended to ship to Iran via Italy." Avassapian pleaded guilty to issuing false statements.
U.S. v. Kwonhwan Park (11/04): Kwonhwan Park was charged with "Exporting Black Hawk engine parts and other military items to China." Pleaded guilty and sentenced to 32 months in prison.
U.S. v. Ghassemi, et al. (10/06): Iranian national Jamshid Ghassemi and Aurel Fratila were charged with "Conspiracy to export munition list items &emdash; including accelerometers and gyroscopes for missiles and spacecraft &emdash; to Iran without a license." Ghassemi and Fratila are at large in Thailand and Romania respectively. Justice is currently seeking their deportation.
(By the way, in taking a look at the sentences given to those who are caught, the relatively light punishments do not seem to fit the serious crimes, which is one reason why this problem is getting worse. Just 32 months in prison for trying to steal military equipment and send it to a nation hostile to the United States?)
Lest anyone think this data is historical in nature and does not reflect today's reality, in October 2008, the Department of Justice announced that criminal charges had been issued against more than 145 defendants in the previous fiscal year. And approximately 43% of these new cases involved munitions or other restricted technology bound for Iran or China.
A Justice Department press release included in our materials noted: "The illegal exports bound for Iran have involved such items as missile guidance systems, Improvised Explosive Device (IED) components, military aircraft parts, night vision systems and other materials. The illegal exports to China have involved rocket launch data, Space Shuttle technology, missile technology, naval warship data, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle or 'drone' technology, thermal imaging systems, military night vision systems and other materials."
The bottom line here: These documents show that Iran and China have concerted efforts to obtain U.S. military technology in violation of our laws. And the Obama administration needs to maintain vigilance against the illegal efforts of enemies such as Iran to obtain our sensitive technologies.
And this new information is a useful reality check as to the intentions of Iran as this administration continues to kow-tow to Iran over its nuclear weapons program.
Obama is Poised to Give Control Of America To The World Obama Poised to Cede US Sovereignty, Lord Christopher Monckton, a noted climate change skeptic, gave a presentation at Bethel University in St. Paul, MN
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Thatcher adviser: Copenhagen goal is 1-world government
'Global warming' to be used as 'pretext' for 'change'
A former science adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher says the real purpose of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen on Dec. 7-18 is to use global warming hype as a pretext to lay the foundation for a one-world government