European Parliament, Strasbourg - 20.10.2009
20 okt. 2009
18 okt. 2009
Squalene (see also below) and mercury not included in vaccines for German politicians:
Chancellor and Minister should be protected against swine flu after SPIEGEL information with a special vaccine. Officials of ministries and subordinate offices as well. The vaccine does not contain the controversial additive[s] - as opposed to the vaccine for the rest of the population.
full story: http://www.spiegel.de/wissenschaft/medizin/0,1518,655764,00.html (translate)
Swine flu jab link to killer nerve disease: Leaked letter reveals concern of neurologists over 25 deaths in America (info on squalene) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1206807/Swine-flu-jab-link-killer-nerve-disease-Leaked-letter-reveals-concern-neurologists-25-deaths-America.html?printingPage=true
H1N1 Vaccine with Mercury and Squalene Pushed on Pregnant Women http://ancavge.wordpress.com/2009/09/14/h1n1-vaccine-with-mercury-and-squalene-pushed-on-pregnant-women/
20090908_Swine Flu Vaccine Linked to Paralysis (part2)
Historical facts about the dangers (and failures) of vaccines http://www.vaccinationdebate.com/web2.html
45 Reasons to Protect Infants from Vaccines http://www.hpathy.com/papersnew/chatterjee-protect-infants-from-vaccines.asp
7 okt. 2009
CNN's Jeanne Meserve described DHS's Future Attribute Screening Technology (FAST) as "marrying a lot of existing technology, some of it medical," to measure breathing, heart rate, blinking, fidgeting, and other bodily functions of passengers at airports.
The idea is essentially to create a remote lie detector, where sensors placed at airport security screening areas would be able to monitor a passenger's physical reaction to questions being asked by screeners.
Critics have likened the concept to the "Department of Pre-Crime" in the 2001 film Minority Report, which describes a future where persons are caught and convicted of crimes before they occur.
Originally entitled Project Hostile Intent, the program was revealed by the science magazine NewScientist in 2007. According to a report at the time in the UK's Guardian, "the new devices are expected to be trialled at a handful of airports, borders and ports of entry by 2012."