[Editors note: Barack Obamas lawyer, Robert F. Bauer, is threatening a D.C. attorney with sanctions, because the attorney is simply requesting that Obama show proof of his birth.
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April 30, 2009 Wiltshire, England - Between April 14 and April 29, 2009, there have been six crop formations reported in oilseed rape in Wiltshire County, England. Five are described as the most elaborate and geometrically sophisticated oilseed rape formations that have occurred in British crop circle history.
It seems odd to those of us who live in democratic countries, that there is a necessity to defend our freedoms from our own governments.
Our cover story this month exposes the shocking revelation
that high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS), a ubiquitous sweetener used in
everything from cola to healthy snacks, is heavily laced with mercury
that has inadvertently been added during its manufacturing process.
12 March 2009
A large consignment of seasonal flu vaccine, which was due to be circulated to 18 European countries, has been infected with deadly live avian flu virus. Had the contamination not been detected, the vaccines may have started an avian flu pandemic, killing hundreds of thousands of people.
30 April 2009
It is almost three years since we faced the hysteria of an avian flu epidemic, when governments bought billions of dollars of Tamiflu the same anti-viral now being promoted to combat a supposed swine flu pandemic. The shelf life of Tamiflu also happens to be three years.
The World Health Organization has, at the time of writing, increased its threat level to five, which means governments can activate their pandemic plans and start handing out Tamiflu drugs.
Hydrogen Fuel for Tomorrows Soldier
A New Approach to Improving Performance, Health and Survival
in Armed Forces Personnel
White paper presented to Northrop Grumman, April 29, 2009
Bruce D. Curtis
The HydrogenRich Water Group, LLC
Our body really knows only one fuel, hydrogen . . .
The combustion of hydrogen is the real energy-supplying reaction.
By MARC LACEY and ELISABETH MALKIN
Published: April 30, 2009
OAXACA, Mexico Adela María Gutiérrez fell ill in the beginning of April with what she thought was a bad cold. She tried aspirin and antibiotics, bed rest and moist towels, but nothing brought down her soaring fever, reduced her aches and pains, or boosted her energy level.
It would be more than a week before Mrs. Gutiérrez went to Oaxacas General Hospital, where she arrived listless and barely able to breathe, her extremities blue from a lack of oxygen.
Thursday, April 30, 2009 by: Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor
(NaturalNews) Read just about any news report on swine flu deaths, and you'll come across a line that claims "36,000 people die each year from flu-related causes." It sounds authoritative. It's even a nice, round number. But where is this number coming from? And is it based on any actual science?
By ANA CAMPOY and LAUREN ETTER
Mexico's top government epidemiologist said Wednesday that it is "highly improbable" that a farm in the Mexican state of Veracruz operated by Smithfield Foods Inc. is responsible for the nation's swine-flu outbreak.
Miguel Ángel Lezana, the government's chief epidemiologist, said in an interview that pigs at the farm are from North America, while the genetic material in the virus is from Europe and Asia.