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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

The oppression of energetic balancing

another great article by dr. jeff sutherland. imo dr. sutherland is one of the most advanced energetic balancing researchers out there today. -st0ckman

In the 1980’s, after spending many years as a professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, it was clear that drug technology is a 1940’s technology that will not take us into the future. Suppression of innovation in medicine by business interests has assured that we will not have the technology of the future until enough people die unnecessarily that people start demanding something different. For example, I recently suggested to a physician at one of the world's largest non-profit organizations trying to eradicate tuberculosis and malaria that they try some frequency work. I was told if they experimented with frequency devices they would lose all their grants. Innovation is being systematically suppressed by your government and your physicians are living in fear of losing their livelihoods.

Imagine if IBM has been able to suppress chip innovation. We would have to build a laptop with vacuum tubes and use a truck to haul it around. This is the situation we are in with drugs. Innovation in electronics can completely replace drugs. The healing tool of the future will be our laptop or smartphone. It will have a database for frequency transmission that can emulate any drug. Frequency Foundation is already using technologies that detect and prevent disease before you even know you have it.

It would be an excellent idea to experiment with and gain an understanding of how to use the tuberculosis frequencies with the many Rife technologies widely available on the market. Because about 1/3 of the population has latent infections with tuberculosis organisms, you may need to eliminate a ticking time bomb that can erupt when your immune system is suppressed for any reason.


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Dr. Jeff Sutherland's Electronic Medicine: XDR-TB: Tuberculosis Frequencies Version 2.0

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IMF chief issues stark warning on economic crisis |in advanced nations

The head of the International Monetary Fund urged governments to step up action to stem the global economic crisis or risk delaying a recovery and sparking violent unrest on the streets.

Using a speech last night in Madrid to issue his stark warning, Dominique Strauss-Kahn argued that government efforts to tackle the economic downturn so far have been uncertain and largely insufficient, which could lead to severe consequences. He singled out the eurozone nations as he attacked the inadequate global response.

His hard-hitting coments came as fears of a prolonged slumped intensified after China showed signs that its economy could be in more trouble than initially expected next year. Factory output in the rapidly growing economy registered the weakest growth in almost a decade last month.

The IMF's managing director said such news signalled that a world recovery may not take place until late next year or into 2010 unless swift action is taken.

"A lot remains to be done, and if this work is not done it will be difficult to avoid a long-lasting crisis that everyone wants to avoid," he said.

Governments in leading economies have been called upon by the IMF to commit a combined 2% of global GDP, equivalent to £1.075bn, to try combat the dangers of a global recession. But the IMF chief blamed governments, saying they were unwilling or unable to use more public funds to jump-start economic activity.

"If we are not able to do that, then social unrest may happen in many countries - including advanced economies," Strauss-Kahn said.

He added that violent protests could break out in countries worldwide if the financial system was not restructured to benefit everyone rather than a small elite.

Revealing his concerns of a deeper economic slowdown, he said that the IMF would probably cut world growth next year from its current forecast of 2.2%. He also predicted that China's once red-hot economy will rapidly run out of steam.


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IMF chief issues stark warning on economic crisis | Business | guardian.co.uk

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Medical Marijuana Act Passes NJ Panel

NJ just made medical marijuana legal joining michigan's recent legalization of the medical plant and Massachusett's decriminilization of small amounts of the miracle herb. there is also a FEDERAL bill to decriminalize marijuana possesion. if you have any doubts about medical marijuana and what it cures check out my previous post on rick simpson's run from the cure. -st0ckman



N.J. Senate Measure Would Allow Chronically Ill to Own Six Plants, 1 Ounce

TRENTON - New Jersey took a major step toward becoming the latest state to allow certain patients to use marijuana Monday, when the Senate's Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee approved the Compassionate Use Medicinal Marijuana Act by a vote of 6-1.

Elise Segal, who testified in support of the legislation, said the committee's vote "really brings me to tears, not just for me as a someone suffering from multiple sclerosis, but as a registered nurse and for all the people that I've treated."

The Department of Health and Senior Services would register people with debilitating medical conditions, which would include cancer, glaucoma, HIV or AIDS, or other diseases that cause wasting, chronic pain, severe nausea, seizures, severe and persistent muscle spasms. The department then would issue a photo identity card and allow those registered to possess as many as "six marijuana plants and an ounce of usable marijuana," according to the bill.

As a result, the person would not be subject to arrest or penalty for the use of marijuana. Under the Controlled Substances Act, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration classifies marijuana as Schedule I, the most restrictive class of drugs.

The federal prohibitions will remain, but the bill's supporters said the overwhelming number of prosecutions are under state law, so it would lift most of the prohibitions.

The bill still bars people from operating a car, boat or airplane under the influence of marijuana. It also bans people from smoking marijuana on a school bus, public property or beach, or in a correctional institute or park.

The bill would also apply to patients younger than 18, but it requires a parent or guardian's informed approval.

A late amendment would also allow people to start Medicinal Marijuana Alternate Treatment Centers, which would dispense regulated marijuana.

The measure was first proposed in 2005, but Monday marked the first time a bill has cleared a state legislative committee. Thirteen other states have approved similar measures.

Testimony was a tug-of-war between advocates who testified how smoking marijuana can relieve pain and suffering and opponents who said the drug is dangerously untested and its partial legalization would increase crime and drug addiction.

Sen. Jim Whelan, D-Atlantic - who cosponsored the bill with Sen. Nicholas Scutari, D-Union, Somerset, Middlesex - said, "I think the consequences of not acting is far worse with all of the pain and suffering we have heard about here today."

Similarly, Sen. Bill Baroni, R-Middlesex, Mercer, the only Republican to vote in support, said after a weekend of consideration, "There is too much pain, too much hurt, too much suffering, and we can do something about it."

The hearing included Brent Zettl, president of Prairie Plant Systems Inc., of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, who testified via video on the process the company uses to produce sterilized medicinal marijuana. He said a challenge in court essentially pushed the company into business, but now it covers 30 percent of the Canadian market.

Segal was also one of several patients who told senators how marijuana helps them in their fight against illness.

"I am able to relieve my multiple sclerosis symptoms, but I run the risk of being a criminal," Segal said. "You have the power to relieve my suffering."

Other New Jersey groups in support of the bill included the Academy of Family Physicians, League for Nursing, local chapters of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and the Hospice and Palliative Care Organization.

Opponents of the measure questioned why people would be allowed to grow so many plants, how effective any smoked drug could be, and said there is too much uncertainty without FDA approval.

Joyce Nalepka, president of Drug-Free Kids: America's Challenge, said medicinal marijuana sends the message to children that harmful drugs are legal. She also said drug abuse has risen in states where marijuana is legal for medicinal purposes.

The committee approved the bill 6-1 with two abstentions. It now heads to the full Senate for a vote as early as January. A companion measure was introduced to the Assembly Health and Senior Services Committee in January.



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YouTube - John and Ken Interview Gerald Celente December 13, 2008 pt 1

Gerald Celente on the John and Ken Show. Celente talks about what to expect for 2009. Show aired on December 13, 2008.







YouTube - John and Ken Interview Gerald Celente December 13, 2008 pt 1




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