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Dangers of stealth iron overload & the importance of copper: Mercola interviews Morley Robbins

Morley Robbins, MBA, CHC,1 founder of the Magnesium Advocacy Group and best known as the Magnesium Man, has also written a book called "Cu-RE Your Fatigue: The Root Cause and How to Fix It on Your Own."

In this book, he goes well beyond magnesium into other nutrients such as copper, iron, vitamins A and D and more, and his Root Cause Protocol2 is the implementation of that information. I'm impressed with the book because Robbins covers every basic cause for disease that I am aware of. Most people who write about health will miss a few, but I believe he really nails all of them.

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Transhumanism & biofascism are tools of the 'technological elite,' RFK Jr. interviews T.J Coles

Transhumanism and biofacism are becoming tools of the technological elite, according to T.J. Coles, Ph.D., author and researcher at Plymouth University's Cognition Institute in the UK.

On the March 25 episode of "RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast," Coles spoke with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., chairman and chief legal counsel of Children's Health Defense, about transhumanism, the billionaire class and the World Economic Forum (WEF).

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UK to stop publishing data that suggest COVID vaccines are ineffective

UK data indicates vaccines are ineffective against infection, and unboostered are worse off than the unvaccinated for protection against hospitalization and death.

Comment: Instead of admitting wrongdoing and acknowledging the failure of mass-vaccination campaigns, governments would prefer to censor the data and shut down opposition. Anyone who rightfully points out the obvious fact that covid vaccine do not work and are actually harmful, based on objective scientific data, are accused of "willfully misrepresenting" the science.

In order to save face, governments will do their best to hide these failures from the general public by all means necessary.

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The illusion of evidence-based medicine

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In 1990, a paradigm shift occurred in the development of new medicines and treatments. An idea so big, that it was supposed to encompass the whole of medicine. It was to start initially at the level of pre-clinical and clinical trials and work all the way through the system to the care and management of individual patients. This new concept for how medicine would be developed and conducted is called evidence-based medicine (EBM). Evidence-based medicine was to provide a more rigorous foundation for medicine, one based on science and the scientific method. Truly, this was to be a revolution in medicine - a non-biased way of conducting medical research and treating patients.
Evidence-based medicine

Evidence-based medicine is "the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients." The aim of EBM is to integrate the experience of the clinician, the values of the patient, and the best available scientific information to guide decision-making about clinical management.
So, what the hell happened?

There is a big flaw in the logic of evidence-based medicine as the basis for the practice of medicine as we know it, a practice based on science; one that determines care down to the level of the individual patient. This flaw is nestled in the heart and soul of evidence-based medicine, which (as we have seen over the last two years) is not free of politics. It is naive to think that data and the process of licensure of new drugs is free from bias and conflicts of interest. In fact, this couldn't be any farther from the truth. The COVID-19 crisis of 2020 to 2022 has exposed for all to see how evidence based medicine has been corrupted by the governments, hospitalists, academia, big pharma, tech and social media. They have leveraged the processes and rationale of evidence-based medicine to corrupt the entire medical enterprise.

Evidence based medicine depends on data. For the most part, the data gathering and analysis process is conducted by and for the pharmaceutical industry, then reported by senior academics. The problem, as laid out in an editorial in the British Medical Journal is as follows:

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Objective:Health - Coming Soon to Your Dinner Plate: Genetically Modified Beef

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In a recent bold move, the FDA in the US stream-lined the normally lengthy approval process for gene-edited animals for Recombinetics' beef cattle, granting it a 'low-risk determination,' the first intentional genomically altered animal to receive this status. What this means is that in as little as two years, Americans could be grilling their first genetically modified steaks on their BBQs.

The FDA, of course, said the frankenbeef doesn't raise any safety concerns because the gene-edited cattle don't have any genome alterations that aren't found in other species of cow. While theoretically this may be true (or what was intended), they are essentially ignoring the fact that the gene-editing process is highly prone to accidental insertions and mutations that are completely unpredictable.

All of this is completely predictable - the BioTech industry offering what amounts to an unnecessary mutated food species that the regulatory bodies put their stamp of approval on without really thinking twice about it and in turn, the human populace become the lab rats in an uncontrolled experiment which could prove dangerous; even disastrous.

Join us on this episode of Objective:Health as we look into the brave new world of genetically modified animals; a scary look at the future of food.

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UK woman diagnosed with Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever

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A case of Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever has been identified in England, health officials have revealed.

The risk to the public is very low, the UK Health Security Agency said today - after the case was diagnosed in a woman who had travelled to Central Asia.
The illness is a viral disease that's usually transmitted by ticks and livestock.

It's usually found in countries where the disease is in an endemic state and the virus is endemic in all of Africa, the Balkans, the Middle East and in Asia.

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95% of committee members advising on US dietary guidelines had ties to Big Pharma, Big Food

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Describing their findings as "particularly worrisome," the authors of a study published Monday in Public Health Nutrition noted that in the U.S., the Dietary Guidelines for Americans form "the foundation for all national nutrition programs," which amount to nearly $100 billion annually.

A study released Monday found 95% — 19 of the 20 members — of the U.S. government-run committee responsible for establishing dietary guidelines for Americans have one or more conflicts of interest (COIs) with industry actors in Big Food, Big Ag and Big Pharma.

The U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans Advisory Committee (DGAC) sets the guidelines used by U.S. policymakers, healthcare providers, nutrition educators and federal nutrition program operators, including those responsible for school lunch programs, on what foods and beverages "meet nutrient needs, promote health and prevent disease."

Comment: Government dietary guidelines aren't worth the paper their printed on. And despite the fact that this is well-known, they continue to influence many levels of society and do a disservice to the population at large (pun intended). While individuals can (and many do) ditch the guidelines in favor of a more scientific approach to diet and nutrition, until these guidelines are purged of conflicts of interest, or dissolved entirely, public health will continue to suffer.

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FDA approves first gene-edited cows for beef

In as little as two years, Americans could be biting into their first gene-edited burgers, courtesy of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) regulatory clearance of gene-edited cattle.

The animals, created by bioengineering company Recombinetics, have genes modified to make their coats shorter and slicker.

The genetic modification to their coats is intended to help them better withstand heat stress, allowing them to gain more weight and increase the efficiency of meat production — but at what cost?

While a lengthy approval process is typically necessary for gene-edited animals to enter the food market, the FDA streamlined the process for gene-edited cattle, allowing them to skirt the regular approval process.


Israeli medical watchdog committee member resigns, speaks out against vaccine medical experimentation

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In an interview dropped on Twitter this week, Prof. Talia Geva revealed why she and her colleagues resigned from Israel's Helsinki Committee in January 2020, raising questions about Israel's medical experimentation practices.

The Helsinki Committee is a medical watchdog whose purpose is to "authorize medical research and trials on humans, which aim to expand medical knowledge and improve the outcomes of medical treatment."

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Moderna to seek emergency covid vaccine authorization for children under six

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An illustration of a Moderna vaccine, December 11, 2021.
Moderna will seek emergency authorization for its Covid-19 vaccine in children under six, the company announced Wednesday, meaning that this age demographic will likely soon be eligible for the shot.

The pharmaceutical company's U.S. and Canadian clinical trial produced promising results, namely that two low doses provided a "robust" immune response in young kids and are safe to be administered, the company said.

There were about 4,200 children subjects in the study between two and six years old and around 2,500 children between six months and two years old. The trial has not been peer-reviewed, Forbes noted.

Comment: Waning infections, combined with the fact that Covid was never particularly dangerous for children makes one wonder how Moderna could justify applying for emergency use authorization. Nothing about this seems to be an emergency.

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