By Catherine J. Frompovich –
11.26.2016 @8:38 AM EST
Before I drop some rather shocking vaccine information on readers relative to Artificial Intelligence [AI] and Transhumanism, and how most of today’s technologies are structured toward programming the human brain/mind to become a part of AI, let me just say that when I studied human nutrition, pregnant women were advised not to take any sort of medications, including aspirin! What’s happened that today, mothers-to-be are shot up with several vaccines?
A well-qualified and learned physician, Dr Graham Downing, who is a Neuro-musculoskeletal and Functional Medicine consultant in the UK, was interviewed on The Richie Allen Show posted November 24, 2016 where he dropped scientific information about how vaccines work in pregnant women, their fetuses and in vaccinated infants. Those disclosures are something no one would want not to know, I think, as Dr Downing’s statements about the published science involved point to why so many vaccines apparently are being invented and will be mandated for all humans.
Here’s a hint: Vaccines may be part and parcel of the New World Order’s agenda for Artificial Intelligence and Transhumanism!
Can vaccines be tied into social engineering, artificial intelligence and transhumanism: A neuro-musculoskeletal specialist MD explains
Do you smirk when you hear someone question the official stories of Orlando, San Bernardino, Paris or Nice? Do you feel superior to 2,500 architects and engineers, to firefighters, commercial and military pilots, physicists and chemists, and former high government officials who have raised doubts about 9/11? If so, you reflect the profile of a mind-controlled CIA stooge.
The term “conspiracy theory” was invented and put into public discourse by the CIA in 1964 in order to discredit the many skeptics who challenged the Warren Commission’s conclusion that President John F. Kennedy was assassinated by a lone gunman named Lee Harvey Oswald, who himself was assassinated while in police custody before he could be questioned. The CIA used its friends in the media to launch a campaign to make suspicion of the Warren Commission report a target of ridicule and hostility. This campaign was “one of the most successful propaganda initiatives of all time.”
So writes political science professor Lance deHaven-Smith, who in his peer-reviewed book, Conspiracy Theory in America, published by the University of Texas Press, tells the story of how the CIA succeeded in creating in the public mind reflexive, automatic, stigmatization of those who challenge government explanations. This is an extremely important and readable book, one of those rare books with the power to break you out of The Matrix.