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Thought for the day, by Charles Darwin

Posted by seumasach on December 17, 2009

A most important obstacle in civilised countries to an increase in

the number of men of a superior class has been strongly insisted on by

Mr. Greg and Mr. Galton,* namely, the fact that the very poor and

reckless, who are often degraded by vice, almost invariably marry

early, whilst the careful and frugal, who are generally otherwise

virtuous, marry late in life, so that they may be able to support

themselves and their children in comfort. Those who marry early

produce within a given period not only a greater number of

generations, but, as shewn by Dr. Duncan,*(2) they produce many more

children. The children, moreover, that are borne by mothers during the

prime of life are heavier and larger, and therefore probably more

vigorous, than those born at other periods. Thus the reckless,

degraded, and often vicious members of society, tend to increase at

a quicker rate than the provident and generally virtuous members. Or

as Mr. Greg puts the case: “The careless, squalid, unaspiring Irishman

multiplies like rabbits: the frugal, foreseeing, self-respecting,

ambitious Scot, stern in his morality, spiritual in his faith,

sagacious and disciplined in his intelligence, passes his best years

in struggle and in celibacy, marries late, and leaves few behind

him. Given a land originally peopled by a thousand Saxons and a

thousand Celts- and in a dozen generations five-sixths of the

population would be Celts, but five-sixths of the property, of the

power, of the intellect, would belong to the one-sixth of Saxons

that remained. In the eternal ‘struggle for existence,’ it would be

the inferior and less favoured race that had prevailed- and

prevailed by virtue not of its good qualities but of its faults.”

From the Descent of Man

Charles Darwin

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UK Group Proposes Using Carbon Offsets to Stop Poor From Breeding

Posted by seumasach on December 16, 2009

James Corbett

Corbet Report

9th December, 2009

The Optimum Population Trust (OPT), a UK-based “think tank” and registered charity, has launched a new initiative urging wealthy members of the developed world to participate in carbon offsets that fund programs for curbing the population of developing nations. The scheme is being promoted as a more cost-effective way to reduce CO2 emissions than investing in alternative energy sources and offers a way for elitist racists to feel ethical in their quest to exterminate the third world masses.

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Royal Mail Honors Eugenicist & Nazi Sympathizer

Posted by seumasach on December 16, 2009

Paul Joseph Watson

Prison Planet

12h September, 2008

Royal Mail is set to honor Marie Stopes, a feminist who opened the first birth control clinic in Britain in 1921 as well as being Nazi sympathizer and a eugenicist who advocated that non-whites and the poor be sterilized, by adopting her image for a new set of stamps.

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The Road to Copenhagen Part II: Rise of the Social Engineers

Posted by seumasach on December 2, 2009

Jurriaan Maessen

Information Liberation

17th November, 2009


“Political unification in some sort of world government will be required (…). Even though (…) any radical eugenic policy will be for many years politically and psychologically impossible, it will be important for UNESCO to see that the eugenic problem is examined with the greatest care, and that the public mind is informed of the issues at stake so that much that now is unthinkable may at least become thinkable.” – Sir Julian Huxley, UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy


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Clinton Connects Overpopulation to Climate Change

Posted by seumasach on November 8, 2009

Jurriaan Maessen

Obamboozled

7th November, 2009

During a visit to India in July of this year, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton revealed not only the administration’s commitment to tackle ‘global climate change’, but also her willingness to link it to overpopulation.

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Relax! The Swine Flu is the Least of Your Worries

Posted by seumasach on November 7, 2009

Surfing the Apocalypse

6th November, 2009

I’d just like to share the good news that in spite of all the stories that are coming out about the very questionable safety of the swine flu vaccine, that’s no longer a cause for concern. Now that the media have told us that there is a shortage, the only important question is “How can I get my hands on it?” And now that the media have admitted that the evil banks have already reserved vaccine for their employees, the next most important question is “How come those nasty banks get priority over me?” We have to thank the media for making it so clear that safety is no longer an issue.

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Say No To the Vaccine

Posted by seumasach on October 10, 2009

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World Health Organisation Admits No Deadly Mutation of H1N1 Swine Flu

Posted by seumasach on October 1, 2009

The World Health Organization, the UN agency (ir-) responsible for declaring a Phase 6 “PANDEMIC” global alert over what it calls H1N1 Influenza A or Swine Flu, whose chief Dr Margaret Chan has repeatedly warned that while Swine Flu to date had been rather mild, that the emergency declaration was necessary because it “could mutate” aggressively into a deadly pandemic killing millions, now admits well into the flu season in the Northern Hemisphere that H1N1 has apparently not mutated.

Margaret Chan, the head of the World Health Organization, at a meeting with health officials in her native Hong Kong has just stated that the swine flu virus has not yet mutated into a more deadly strain. WHO Director of the Initiative for Vaccine Research, Dr Marie-Paule Kieny reinforced that statement in a press conference September 24 in Geneva when she stated, “we are lucky that the pandemic is moderate in severity that most people experience a mild illness and recover spontaneously.”  That means recovery with no vaccination, no Tamiflu or other dangerous ”antiviral” drugs. Just with letting nature take its course.

Last summer, when the WHO decided to declare a global “pandemic emergency” over what it called the H1N1 Influenza A global spread, it also announced in a notice buried among its press releases that most countries had stopped testing ill populations for H1N1, and that WHO therefore simply arbitrarily “assumed” all patients with a stated set of symptoms were automatically H1N1 victims. So the H1N1 pandemic case counts, to quote the WHO “no longer reflect actual disease activity.”

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H1N: Scottish Health Secretary Sturgeon Welcomes Agreement with GPs to Provide Vaccination

Posted by seumasach on October 1, 2009

It appears that the  H1N1 swine flu vaccine contains thimerosal, a mercury based preservative. Nicola Sturgeon put the following motion before the Scottish Parliamnet in 2003:

That the Parliament notes with concern that thirteen vaccines currently available in the United Kingdom, including four that are administered to children, contain thimerosal, a compound 50% comprised of ethyl mercury and already banned in the United States of America; further notes the fears of a link between thimerosal and conditions such as autism and Alzheimer’s disease, and considers that the Scottish Executive should take steps to eradicate thimerosal from vaccines available in Scotland and, in the meantime, inform the public about the availability of vaccines that do not contain thimerosal.

She is about to attempt to have 1.4 million Scots injected with it

Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon has welcomed the agreement that the H1N1 vaccination programme for priority groups will be administered by GPs, following successful negotiations between the Departments of Health, General Practitioners Committee and NHS employers.

The new deal will mean that GPs will receive £5.25 per dose of vaccine given, allowing GPs to contact patients, administer the vaccine and, if necessary, take on extra staff.

While it is currently expected that patients will receive two doses of the vaccine, this advice may change once clinical trials have been completed.

A total of 1.3 million people are in the Scottish priority groups for the first stage of the vaccination programme.

It is expected the vaccination programme will begin next month, subject to the vaccine being licensed by the European Medicines Agency (EMEA).

Further details of the programme will be announced in the coming weeks.

Ms Sturgeon said:

“I am pleased a successful outcome has been reached. This will allow us to press on with implementing our vaccination plans. Vaccination is the best defence we have against the H1N1 virus.

“The cost represents a good deal for both sides, offering a substantial saving on the normal rate for the seasonal flu vaccination, whilst still covering GP practices’ additional costs in administering the vaccine.

“Scotland will be one of the first countries in the world to receive the vaccine supply thanks to contracts put in place before this outbreak.

“We are procuring enough vaccine supply for 100 per cent of the population.

“I strongly urge people in the at risk groups and frontline health and social care workers to have the vaccine.

“People should be reassured that the NHS in Scotland and its partner agencies are continuing to do everything they can to minimise the impact of this outbreak.

“Everyone can play a part in minimising the spread of flu-like illness by washing their hands and catching coughs and sneezes in a tissue.”

Dr Dean Marshall, chairman of the BMA’s Scottish General Practitioners Committee, said:

“I am pleased that we have reached agreement on the delivery of the vaccination to the at risk population. General practice is an efficient and adaptable model that reaches into every community in Scotland and is best placed to deliver the vaccination. GPs are used to delivering large scale vaccination programmes that target patients at highest risk and this agreement means that GPs and their teams will have the resources they need to take on the additional workload and run the vaccination programme smoothly and efficiently.”

Dr Ken Lawton, Chair of the Royal College of GPs Scotland:

“I am delighted that agreement has been reached between the GPC and Departments of Health on this vital public health matter. I look forward to proceeding towards the vaccination roll-out as soon as possible. We will continue to work closely with the BMA and the Scottish Government on this and all other issues concerning pandemic flu.”

The vaccination programme is expected to begin in the autumn, subject to the vaccine being licensed by the European Medicines Agency. The agency has strict processes in place for licensing pandemic vaccines. The vaccine will not be used until it is licensed. Manufacturers anticipate that licenses may be granted in October. Vaccination will commence as soon as possible once licences are granted.

The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation reviewed the evidence and advised the Department of Health on the crucial risk groups to be offered vaccination in order to reduce the rate or possibility of serious illness.

This advice was also scrutinised and endorsed by the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE).

Decisions on vaccinating the wider healthy population will depend on the evolution of the pandemic as well as new and emerging clinical data on the use of the vaccine. This will be kept under close review.

The Department of Health (DH) has placed orders for sufficient H1N1 swine flu vaccine for the UK population. The orders are with GSK and with Baxter.

The following groups will be prioritised in this order:

* People aged over six months and under 65 years in current seasonal flu vaccine clinical at-risk groups.
* All pregnant women, subject to licensing conditions on trimesters
* Household contacts of people with compromised immune systems e.g. people in regular close contact with patients on treatment for cancer
* People aged 65 and over in the current seasonal flu vaccine clinical at-risk groups. This does not include otherwise healthy over 65s, since they appear to have some natural immunity to the virus

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Paralysed cancer drug girl to be put on at-risk register ‘to shut her up’

Posted by seumasach on September 21, 2009

Daily Mail

20th September, 2009

A mother who is planning legal action against a pharmaceutical giant – claiming her daughter was left partially paralysed after having an anti-cancer vaccine – has been told the teenager is to be put on the social services ‘at-risk’ register.

Cheryl Cave says allegations that she is abusing her 13-year-old daughter Ashleigh are an attempt to ‘shut her up’ as she is demanding an investigation into the safety of a drug used to protect girls against the HPV virus that causes cervical cancer.

Ashleigh collapsed shortly after being given the jab at school and has spent nearly a year in hospital.

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Canadian Government Sends Body-bags to First Nations for Swine Flu

Posted by seumasach on September 20, 2009

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