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America: We’re #1!

#1 !

America’s number one!
… in heart disease.

Here, heart disease causes more deaths a year than all cancers combined.
… I repeat: more than all cancers combined.

But it has little to do with weight, the “obesity epidemic,” per se.
Overall, it less to do with exercise, and more to do with bad diet.
Specifically, the acid content of the food… the American diet.
(What— ’you think you’re not gonna look like junk, eating junk?)

(Important Note: consult your doctor before making any radical changes to your diet.  People with acidic body types may actually get sicker switching to alkaline food; some people may actually need to eat foods like animal meat, as I’ve learned.)

Acids: Positive Ions… are not positive for the blood

Arterial clots: chelated acids.  Cancer: acidic.
All normal types of sickness revolve around acids, the proponent of positive ions.
Chemically speaking, the elements are missing electrons.
Which means less energy, and a body less immune to disease.

A typical source: carbohydrates.  When processed, they produce acids.
Carbohydrate use, even use with brain activity, promotes positive ions.

And fructose alone (not just High Fructose Corn Syrup): neurotoxic.
(If it promotes hyperactivity and diarrhea, it’s obviously not good for you.)

Change your diet up by adding these foods.  (No “Health” food.)
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Who the eff is running things?

Cheney-FNS

Needlessly ‘overprotective,’ overreaching…
How do I say it?  Amy spoke of “good intentions,” not knowing that those “with good intentions” are the hyper-hawks, the likes of Dick Cheney.

Dick Cheney went on Fox News Sunday and said Edward Snowden committed something worse than the terrorists’ ‘worst acts of terrorism.’  Out of all the things chewing away at the Fourth Amendment.

Let me say here, that while Snowden did, in fact break a few laws (duplication of Top Secret documents), he did not perform anything like act an of terrorism.

Like Geraldo Rivera drawing in the sand (if you can remember that, during the Iraq war), he did not disclose anything nearly specific enough in detail to harm or endanger anyone let alone national security.  But Snowden did harm the reputations of the overreaching officials in this industrial military complex.  It is with their giant, giant egos that they find that kind of harm the same as national harm.

It’s great that National Intelligence director James Clapper admitted earlier in the week gave the “least untruthful” answer possible to a question by Ron Wyden (R-OR), after (or still while) twisting the language, making sure the words not intentionally gave the impression that the whole thing isn’t out of control.

C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MD) said, at the semi-grilling, that the surveillance “has thwarted 10 possible terrorist attacks.”  Yet any disclosure of said possible attacks foiled… still for the most part redacted, laying it out on the line: you either trust us or you don’t.  (And those that don’t, particularly Ron Paul fans, may be labeled anti-government.)

While the rhetoric of attacking Wall Street has gone on for years— recently, the negative elements of Occupy Wall Street, all of the sudden a “nascent plot to bomb the New York Stock Exchange,” and the “FBI disrupted and arrested these individuals,” one in the U.S., one in Yemen.

Here, finally, an example of something… yet the target is trite… and foreign traffic doesn’t apply to the Fourth Amendment, but that doesn’t stop our government from spying domestically, recording everything they can, building (or completing) the largest data center in the state of Utah, up and running this fall.

Federal Bureau of Investigation director Robert Mueller defended the NSA/CIA programs in testimony to Congress on Thursday, deciding to use a hypothetical instead of concrete reason: “If we had had this program, that opportunity would have been there” during the run-up to 9/11, they might have uncovered the hijackers’ plot.

Mueller was unable to answer a number of simple questions, including who exactly is running what.  There are apparently too many bureaucrats in office to make real terrorism prevention work… even though the FBI wasn’t at all built to handle prevention in the first place.

…All the way to making credibility a thing of the past.

Susan Rice was named National Security Adviser.  Susan Rice, the one the administration sent out to sell the absolute absurdity all over television that the Benghazi attacks were the result of an F-grade video that criticizes Islam.

And now, Avril Haines, who has no intel experience and, instead, erotic book night experience, has been appointed the new director of the Central Intelligence Agency.

You can’t make this stuff up.

It’s such a joke… but still an abusive, oppressive joke, as more “rogue” Internal Revenue Service agents went beyond their boundaries, this time illegally seizing a massive number medical records in Los Angeles, including people in Hollywood, when the seizure was supposed to be that of the financial records of just one person.

Hollywood!  Boy will that be a large lawsuit!

It’s such an information cartel that the siding news media continue to sit on truth the public needs, continues to sweep things under the carpet.  Worse, many outlets have turned on Edward Snowden, treating him as nothing more than a spy, guilty until innocent, “the left in agreement with the right” for the wrong reasons.

Welcome to “1984,” really 2013

Adapted from what I put up on “the other site,” because it is important to any general audience.  Whatever the inaccurate words I use to describe myself, I’m not a “complainer.”  However disabled, I listen and I fight.
And so you must too.

With three NSA agents ‘let go’ because they found out how the agency was spying on a populace in general (all +330 million Americans)…  NSA PRISM program taps in to user data of Facebook, Yahoo and others.

It’s not isolated to Verizon (and it never is).  Recording your shopping lists, and anything else they can, it’s not just your phone data…

Welcome to 1984, which should be retitled 2013.

The media go back to silence, fluff stories, buying into the ‘national security’ lie…  I know it’s a lie, because those in charge are typically, already irresponsible with the data.  And here comes the “We Care About You”…

“Google cares deeply about the security of our users’ data.  We disclose user data to government in accordance with the law, and we review all such requests carefully.  From time to time, people allege that we have created a government ‘back door’ into our systems, but Google does not have a back door for the government to access private user data.”

But I know that’s not true.  This is a downplaying of access to private information on account of it not being immediate.  Violation of privacy is common practice these days, with the warrant of a judge deemed an obstruction to the “war on terrorism” (or whatever the current-year justification is), to the point that the national police, Homeland Security (and they themselves call themselves the national police), put individuals, even judges in jail for disclosing forced “warrants.”

It was called ‘absurd’ when Google was asked about censorship/cracking down based on “the right speech”… though these “social networking sites” have already allowed censorship, with trolls at the least making complaints, based on ‘offensiveness,’ that saying “Islam isn’t always peaceful,” or being against gay marriage have already resulted in whole pages or even accounts being taken down.

And “political correctness” always grows, as it is not based on accuracy of information but at worst based on the want or allowance of who’s in power, and at the least what is popular, something that flies in the face of free speech— free speech being in the defense of unpopular speech.

But wait, it gets worse.

According to The Guardian, “Microsoft – which is currently running an advertising campaign with the slogan ‘Your privacy is our priority’ – was the first, with collection beginning in December 2007.”

“It was followed by Yahoo in 2008; Google, Facebook and PalTalk in 2009; YouTube in 2010; Skype and AOL in 2011; and finally Apple, which joined the program in 2012.  The program is continuing to expand, with other providers due to come online.”

Source: The Guardian

“Companies are legally obliged to comply with requests for users’
communications under US law, but the PRISM program allows the intelligence services direct access to the companies’ servers.  The NSA document notes the operations have ‘assistance of communications providers in the US.’ ”

“The revelation also supports concerns raised by several U.S. senators during the renewal of the Fisa Amendments Act in December 2012, who warned about the scale of surveillance the law might enable, and shortcomings in the safeguards it introduces.”

“When the FAA was first enacted, defenders of the statute argued that a significant check on abuse would be the NSA’s inability to obtain electronic communications without the consent of the telecom and internet companies that control the data.  But the PRISM program renders that consent unnecessary, as it allows the agency to directly and unilaterally seize the communications off the companies’ servers.”

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Read up, promote curiosity on reading and defend even those you don’t like from tyranny.  Because fascists say, don’t read this.  Thomas Jefferson didn’t burn books, he read them— and stored a multitude of them.  Fascists tell you to shut up, put you into an identity group, divide and conquer.  The root word of Fascism: grouping.

We individuals believe in freedom of speech, practice, privacy and protection so that even our so-called enemies can live to see the day, as little are the errors of their way in comparison to the monster that exists today.

I hope I got the very serious message across.