Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has pledged that his country will not allow Iran to obtain nuclear weaponry after Tehran said it intends to start rowing back on its nuclear deal commitments.
The idea of nuclear weapons is stupid, much less actually possessing them. That aside, the U.S. is the only country that has used large nuclear weapons in war. Twice. On civilians. Israel has had an undeclared nuclear weapons program for decades and this fact is a wide open 'secret'. Both Israel and U.S. (Israel's puppet state) have been threatening Iran for decades and tensions are rising rapidly. Does Iran, which appears to be the only peaceful nation of the three, not have a right to defend itself?
This declared bafflement is itself puzzling because—as Children's Health Defense has written previously—multiple strands of published evidence—including experiments dating back over a hundred years—indicate that injected vaccines are major culprits. The massive expansion of the vaccine schedule since the late 1980s, day-of-birth hepatitis B vaccination, changes in vaccine technology and the growing use of immune-dysregulating aluminum adjuvants are all factors that can explain the immune system overactivation currently manifesting in the form of food allergies.
A report published Monday in peer-reviewed journal JAMA found that after applying spray, lotion and cream, there is a "systemic absorption of sunscreen active ingredients well beyond the FDA's recommended limits. And while it remains unclear what the effect of this seepage into our bloodstream is, the data supports a need for further FDA investigation to determine exactly what the health impact of these findings are.
I haven't researched a link between sunscreen and cancer, but i believe the rate of skin cancer increased along with the use of sunscreen. Vitamin D is essential for good health and sunlight is an excellent source of D. Ever wonder why the winter season is flu season? It has nothing to do with colder temperatures.
The controversy surrounding the chemical glyphosate continues as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says the weed killer is not a carcinogen—a claim which contradicts recent rulings by U.S. juries and research by the World Health Organization.