Commentary Reflecting Modern Craziness by Mitch Santell
Here in downtown Los Angeles things are getting worse as more and more reports come out regarding terrible conditions for homeless people here who have nowhere to go.
People like to think of Ebola as a disease that only strikes superstitious localsin the deepest jungles of the Democratic Republic of Congo. But just like the last time the disease made it to our shores, there are warning signs and it’s time to start paying attention.
There are several events in the news that when looked at together, lead to concerns we could be looking at a replay of 2014.
This Ebola outbreak has no end in sight.
The outbreak has become the second-deadliest in history, behind the West African one from 2014-16 that killed more than 11,300 people.
As of April 15, the outbreak has claimed 821 lives. The total case number is 1273.
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — An outbreak of flea-borne typhus has hit downtown Los Angeles, the county Department of Public Health said Thursday.
Health officials say they are investigating several cases of flea-borne typhus, a disease that infected fleas can spread to humans. While the fleas can come from cats, rats, and opossums, pets and animals do not get sick from typhus.
In people, however, typhus can cause high fever, chills, headache, and rash. It is not transmitted from person to person and can be treated with antibiotics.
Chemtrails which are known to contain heavy metals such as barium oxide and aluminum oxide, are known to be a bigger problem than once thought. Others have researched chemtrails at great length, but may not have known about the negative effects on ecology, the environment and human beings which have recently been discovered.
This essay is meant to create awareness, not panic.
Have you ever been standing at a gas station pump, waiting for your vehicle to fill up out in the country in what you thought was clean, fresh air? Did you also notice the top surface of the pump housing may have been covered with rough grey dust? Much of that material can be from chemtrail fallout from aluminum and barium oxide. What goes up, must come down. And all of us are breathing it. Sickness almost always visits communities within a 1-3 days after the spraying has taken place. Headaches, coughs that won’t go away, sore throats and head and upper chest congestion are not uncommon. Your body does not want this metal embedding itself in your respiratory tract. It becomes an irritant.
Recent research shows that aluminum oxide which is a heavy metal, can do far more damage to human beings than once thought. The metal can also affect plants, and is far more insidious than once thought.
EFFECTS OF ALUMINUM OXIDE ON HEART AND LUNGS
A paper written by Wardle, Lee, Akester, and Braithwaite at Thiokol Corp. warns of hazards from aluminum oxide nanoparticles. In their paper, they express concern that epidemiological studies suggest an association between inhaled ambient particulate material and adverse cardiopulmonary (heart and lungs) effects. The mechanisms related to this toxicity are still unclear. Their paper shows methods to control ultra-fine particles, to limit inhaled nanoparticles in humans.
EFFECTS OF ALUMINUM ON ECOLOGY
Is the government silent about the negative effects of aluminum? From the EPA website, we read the following about acid effects and aluminum. The 22-page paper contains numerous references to scientific papers which are available at the EPA website:
“Acid deposition can occur in the wet or dry form and can adversely affect aquatic resources through the acidification of water bodies and watersheds. Acidification of aquatic ecosystems is of primary concern because of the adverse effects of low pH and associated high aluminum concentrations on fish and other aquatic organisms.”
“Aluminum which can be toxic to organisms is soluble at low pH and is leached from watershed soils by acidic deposition. Acidification may affect fish in several ways. The direct physiological effects of low pH and high aluminum include increased fish mortality, decreased growth, and decreased reproductive potential. The mechanism of toxicity involves impaired ion regulation at the gill. Population losses occur frequently because of recruitment failure, specifically due to increased mortality of early life stages. Changes at other trophic levels may affect fish populations by altering food availability.”
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Now let’s focus on a solution, shall we? Here is a video I found today. There are a lot of people that I know here in Southern California that are having issues with coughing. Maybe this will help. Take a look at the video and then click on the link. No, I don’t sell this product but I do think it may help. Peace to you all.
Commentary On Ebola Along with Mass Awakening by Mitch Santell
Ebola is like a fire. It keeps burning.
TO UNDERSTAND why the Ebola virus disease is spreading in Congo, think of a fire. The virus burns in a fire pit and periodically leaps out. Health workers scramble to contain the outbreaks, which sometimes strike in locations by surprise. Thus, it is alarming to hear from the World Health Organization that responders are being forced to retreat on some days because of thedangeroussecurity situation createdby armed militias .
So far, Ebola has not leapt over international boundaries, and teams of extremely brave health-care and medical workers are trying to execute the tactic that has worked before: contain the virus inside a ring, interrupting transmission. This requires a skillful choreography: surveillance, case investigation, contact tracing and vaccination. Unlike the 2014-2016 West Africa epidemic that killed more than 11,000 people, today’s responders have a vital tool in an efficacious vaccine.
We were warned of what is now here. Who told us? Hollywood.
Ebola is back. It’s an emergency.
AS THE world learned in 2014, early action against a pandemic is absolutely critical to save lives. In the Ebola outbreak that year, the global response was abysmal and lethargic. The viruskilled 11,314 peoplein Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. This is why specialists are worried about a new outbreak in Congo, first discovered in a remote area but now at the doorstep of Mbandaka, a city of 1.2 million, where one case has been confirmed. This is not yet a wildfire, but rapid response is the best way to make sure it does not become one.
The World Health Organization came in for justified criticism after the 2014 pandemic. A subsequent study found that it fell down on all of its core functions: helping nations build health-care capacity, providing early warning, establishing technical norms and mobilizing resources. The WHO appears to have learned the lessons, and its director-general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus,vows “decisive action” this time, although there arestill funding shortfalls.Nothing less than a full-court press will do. One of thenew tools available is more than 7,000 injections of an experimentalvaccine being delivered from pharmaceutical firm Merck; the vaccine wasshown to be effectivein limited trials during the West Africa outbreak.
Ebola causesinternal bleeding and spreads rapidly through contact with small amounts of bodily fluid. Endemic in Congo, it is often transmitted to humans by contact with an infected animal. The first reports of this outbreak were from Bikoro, a small town more than 90 miles from Mbandaka, where the WHOsayshealth facilities have limited functionality and are difficult to reach. While it is no small challenge to stop the virus in such distant points, cities present a nightmare scenario. The WHO senior official fighting the outbreak,Peter Salama, said the spread to Mbandaka meant there was the potential for an “explosive increase” in cases. Thetollso far is 45 cases, of which 10 are suspected, 21 probable and 14 confirmed; 25 people have died.
The false narrative of romance on social media is a joke to me. That’s right, it is an absolute fake narrative.
Over the past few years, I have connected with couples who initially met on FaceBook or Twitter or Instagram.
What are the chances that these relationships will work out? Minimal chance based on what I have observed.
If you have met someone this way be careful that the person is simply not presenting or pitching a lifestyle that is not their own.
Social media is what I’d call a romance contraceptive. It prevents romance from happening every single day.
Every day when I’m out and about, I’ll see people in elevators, I’ll see people in grocery stores, coffee shops, and at restaurants. And they’re all checking Facebook! Or they’re tweeting something to their 3.7 followers. We’ve become a society of people who are obsessed with what’s happening in the imaginary world.
Facebook is an imaginary world.
Checking in on what your friends are doing at noon when you can be flirting with a handsome stranger or the cute girl next to you in line at Starbucks is a complete social block.
Just the other day, I was in a supermarket in Los Angeles and I saw this guy checking out this girl. He was standing next to her in line at the juice bar. He kept looking at her, and she kept looking down … at the Facebook app on her iPhone.
Now, I know some of you right now are thinking, maybe she wasn’t interested. That wasn’t the issue. Because what I’m about to share with you is something most of you have probably done.
He gave up and disappeared. But I was crazy curious so I stood next to her in line and got real close and peeked at what she was typing into her phone.
Her status update: When am I going to meet a nice guy? It seems like all the good men are taken.
Think about what just happened.
She complained about not finding good men, but here was an interested man, standing next to her. Now, granted, nobody knows if the romance would have worked, but think about this: for every moment that you’re checking your Twitter feed, or your so-called friends’ updates on Facebook, you’re missing another opportunity to connect with somebody in real life … which could be another opportunity to fall in love.
Wake up, and walk away from the social media every once in a while. Drop the smartphone. It’s not making you smart; it’s actually making you pretty dumb. Save the social media checking for when you’re home. When you’re out and about, drop it, and be uncomfortable again. Sit in a restaurant, and look around, but don’t read Facebook: be present, and smile at the people that are around you. We don’t need to be constantly doing things on our phones.
So, my advice to all of you who would like to find romance this holiday season: Leave the phone at home. Sit with the discomfort of being without your contraceptive coping aid — the smartphone — and start looking at all the available people that have been there the whole time wanting to meet you. Then, maybe you will return home and type a status update like this:
You wouldn’t believe what happened today in Starbucks, I met the most amazing person; I can’t wait to see him tonight.
Reflections On Humanity In An In-Humane Time by Mitch Santell
Watching the sociological cloning off of humanity is a trip to experience. For most of us who are awake and working to fine tune our “truther perceptions,” we can openly see, hear and feel the predictive programming all around us.
If this is what happens to aunts walking around a smartphone when it rings, can you imagine what your smartphone is doing to you?
There are grave concerns about 5G and the microwaves that will be bombarding your brain.
Want a real world example? Watch this now!
American Universities Are Becoming RF Hell Holes
Rich Farver was a 29-year-old San Diego State University (SDSU) political science teaching assistant where he had already earned his masters degree, diedofglioblastomamultiforme(GBM) brain cancer on October 11, 2008. Rich’s mother, Virginia, began a quest to find out why. Virginia discovered that several students and staff were dying on the campus of San Diego State University of various cancers. Virginia was subsequently told that Rich’s cell phone was the culprit. Shortly after that, she found an article entitled “Brain Cancer Cluster on the San Diego State University Campus.” The light came on and Virginia met off-campus with some professors mentioned in the article. The professors told her that they had asked for a toxicology study, as there is a huge cell tower right next to the building where Farver lived and ultimately died.
The open Geo-Engineering and spraying continue non-stop to destroy humanity.
Written by Dane Wigington
How big does the climate engineering elephant in the room need to be before it can no longer be hidden in plain site? How much more historical proof do we need of the ongoing climate engineering/weather warfare before the denial of the masses crumbles? When will populations around the globe bring to justice all those responsible for the ongoing and rapidly worsening worldwide weather warfare assault? At the bottom of this post is a PDF file containing the entire congressional report from 1978 that we have recently located. This report is just under 750 pages in length (20 key excerpts are posted below to give a general overview). It is a mountain of information that further confirms the ongoing extensive involvement of our government in climate modification/weather warfare.
This document also confirms the involvement of foreign governments around the globe, even governments that would otherwise have been considered “hostile to US interests”. Within this text a great many aspects and consequences of the ongoing national and global weather modification programs are discussed. Legal implications (including the need for total immunity from any form of prosecution), biological implications, societal implications, environmental implications, etc. Named in the document are federal agencies involved as well as major universities. Again, because the entire document is a long and arduous read, some excerpts are posted below to give insight into the documents contents. The mountain of data to confirm the ongoing climate engineering insanity continues to grow. One additional example of documents already located is an ICAS report to the executive office of the president on climate engineering from 1966, it can be found HERE. The attached extensive congressional document is a revealing and detailed addition to the data that has already been compiled. My most sincere gratitude to Steve Grimwood for locating this very important document.
Refuting the “its just condensation trails” official lie is easily done if specific fundamental facts are understood and remembered. The short article and 7 minute video tutorial below provide essential information for debunking the “condensation trail” false narrative.
We are told by all “official sources” that the sun blocking weather disrupting jet dispersed trails we see in our skies are only “condensation trails”. The “condensation trail” official narrative is perhaps the greatest lie the power structure has ever perpetrated to pacify the masses into ignoring the immense threat posed by climate engineering operations occurring over our heads on a daily basis. Without knowing any of the related science facts on this issue, anyone with a sense of reason should be able to determine the fact that our skies are being sprayed. Trails that are turned on and off, grid patterns one day and nothing the next (in spite of often identical atmospheric conditions). Witnessing one jet leaving a trail from horizon to horizon adjacent to another jet at a similar altitude that leaves virtually nothing. Trails of completely dissimilar compositions and colors. There are misaligned plumes behind some jets (usually lower flying military tankers) that do not match the alignment of the engines themselves. This causes some of the sprayed dispursion trails to shoot out slightly to one side of the aircraft (not parallel due to misaligned nozzles). There is also of course the fact that all climate science circles and governments around the globe are clamoring for climate engineering to be deployed (though none in these communities will yet admit to the truth, geoengineering was fully deployed decades ago). Our society has been well trained to accept the official narrative on countless issues which is how those in power hide their crimes in plain site. The fact that official explanations for what we see in our skies are completely contrary to deductive reasoning and the laws of physics has, so far, seemed not to matter to the majority of the population.
Though millennials catch the most flack for taking out hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loans to pay for worthless college degrees that do little to improve their financial prospects in the “real world,” for older Americans who take out loans to finance their education later in life, the repercussions can be ten times worse.
While it might not seem like much compared with the overall $1.4 trillion mountain of student loan debt rattling around the American economy, according to the Wall Street Journal, Americans over the age of 60 are struggling to pay down an aggregate $86 billion in student loan debt.
Student loan borrowers in their 60s, on average, owed $33,800 in 2017, up 44% from 2010, according to data compiled by credit-reporting firm TransUnion. Total student loan debt for people aged 60 and older rose 161% between 2010 and 2017,the biggest increase of any age group.
Rising student debt is the biggest contributor to the overall increase in the debt burden. for Americans aged 60 and older. US consumers who are 60 or older owed around $615 billion in credit cards, auto loans, personal loans and student loans as of 2017, up 84% since 2010, the largest increase of any age group.
And for many, the results are nothing short of ruinous. Take Ante Grgas-Cice, 66. After a restaurant venture failed, he took out loans to go back to school, a decision he said “will haunt him for the rest of his life.” Because he has had difficulty paying down his $30,000 debt burden, the government garnished his social security check for a period last year.
Commentary About How We All Self-Medicate by Mitch Santell
From the age of 19 forward coffee became my preferred beverage. Over the years not only have I been passionate about coffee, but I also love to grind my own beans and brew my coffee by a method known as French Press.
The reason I start here with coffee is that I used to have so many people ask me, “Why don’t you drink herbal tea?” Usually, I would just respond by stating that “Coffee was my drug of choice.”
During my teens, I was seriously afraid of drugs, especially pills. What did I have so much fear? The answer was and is that I can’t swallow pills and even if I have to take an antibiotic (which thank God is not too often), I have to chew the pill. In my teenage years’ quaaludes and other tablets were offered to me but I turned them down.
One time I went to a party, and there were a pile hash and all kinds of drugs on the table, and literally two minutes later I exited the party.
The was something very profound that the original Paul McCartney (RIP) talked about before his replacement right before Sgt. Pepper in 1966 regarding drugs. Do you remember what it was? Here it is, I am paraphrasing as best I can.It had something to do with the fact that once you take certain drugs, they change you and you can’t go back to who you were, and you may not like who you become after the drug.
Yes, Coffee is still my drug of choice. You know what your drug of choice is but guess what? It’s not my drug!
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