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Dog Poet Transmitting…….
Good day my loyal, beloved and wonderful friends! You make everything I do worthwhile and meaningful. I know it sounds a tad fantastic and imaginative (perhaps) when I say that I can feel your thoughts and… being one who sees everything in terms of trends and degrees, the overwhelming evidence from what I can glean is that you like me as much as I like you and that really feels good because I like you a lot. Yes!!!
Today I am going to ask you to watch a lot of video. It might come to about 4 hours but I assure you you will feel informed once you have done so.
First off the bat, I want to mention Paul Joseph Watson who has to be one of the most direct and articulate individuals that I have ever come across. To say that he mirrors my thoughts would be accurate. I want to add also that I notice that he has flash editing in play, which you can see if you pay attention. I am one of those people who pay attention. If someone talks to me, I listen to them. I am not just waiting for my turn to speak. So I see that he does this… fine… I’m okay with that but I do notice it as I am also aware that I don’t employ it. It would feel dishonest to me but that doesn’t make it dishonest. That’s just me. I also notice that he works for Alex Jones who I do not appreciate at all. He does more harm than good and I am certain that he works for the very people he puts in the crosshairs. However, I don’t damn people by association. He’s got a lot of good things to say and he wants a wider audience. I don’t blame him for that either. I just notice. It makes me rethink Mike Adams, whose work I have often enjoyed but then he defends Alex Jones when Alex Jones is a bombastic, self-inflated hypocrite. If I’m going to appreciate Watson I should probably cut Mike Adams some slack. I’m thinking about it (grin).
(Natural News) New research has revealed that cancer isn’t the only thing killing cancer patients. Many times, the treatment itself is what turns out to be the cause of death.
For the first time ever, a team of researchers decided to look at how many cancer patients were dying within the first 30 days of chemotherapy treatment. This particular data would indicate that the medication was most likely the cause of death, rather than the cancer.
Data from more than 23,000 women with breast cancer and nearly 10,000 men with 9634 non-small cell lung cancer who received chemotherapy in 2014 was collected for the study. A staggering 1,383 people treated died within 30 days of beginning their regimen.
Chemotherapy is notoriously toxic and is heavily criticized due to its inability to distinguish normal, healthy cells from cancerous ones.
The study, which was led by Public Health England and Cancer Research UK found that across England, 8.4 percent of lung cancer patients and 2.4 percent of breast cancer patients died within just one month of treatment. However, some hospitals exhibited a much higher mortality rate.
By Tony Cartalucci
“Bringing Real Muscle to Bear Against Syria”
But recently revealed CIA documents drawn from the US National Archives portrays recent efforts to undermine and overthrow the Syrian government and the Syrian conflict’s relationship with neighboring Lebanon and its ally Iran as merely the most recent leg in a decades-long campaign to destabilize and overturn regional governments obstructing US interests.
A 1983 document signed by former CIA officer Graham Fuller titled, “Bringing Real Muscle to Bear Against Syria” (PDF), states (their emphasis):
Syria at present has a hammerlock on US interests both in Lebanon and in the Gulf — through closure of Iraq’s pipeline thereby threatening Iraqi internationalization of the [Iran-Iraq] war. The US should consider sharply escalating the pressures against Assad [Sr.] through covertly orchestrating simultaneous military threats against Syria from three border states hostile to Syria: Iraq, Israel and Turkey.
The report also states:
If Israel were to increase tensions against Syria simultaneously with an Iraqi initiative, the pressures on Assad would escalate rapidly. A Turkish move would psychologically press him further.
The document exposes both then and now, the amount of influence the US exerts across the Middle East and North Africa. It also undermines the perceived agency of states including Israel and NATO-member Turkey, revealing their subordination to US interests and that actions taken by these states are often done on behalf of Wall Street and Washington rather than on behalf of their own national interests.