The synthetic estrogen Diesthylstilbestrol (DES) was prescribed to pregnant women in the U.S. from 1938 to 1971 for the prevention of miscarriages and premature births. In 1953, published research showed that DES did not in fact prevent miscarriages or premature births. However, physicians continued to prescribe it until 1971, when the FDA warned that the drug could cause cancer in women exposed to DES in the womb.1
The daughters of women who used DES while pregnant have about 40 times the risk of developing clear cell adenocarcinoma of the lower genital tract than unexposed women, and also experience greater risk of infertility, pregnancy complications and breast cancer. It is estimated that between five to ten million Americans were exposed to DES between 1940 and 1971.2
Increased economic and social devastation from previous WHO policy recommendations have already triggered a wave of dissent across the world as more people begin to realise that lockdowns never really worked to begin with.
Israel is facing declining public support in the United States and sees the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions campaign as a key threat to its legitimacy. That's why Israel is enlisting the US government, American university administrators, and even tech companies like Zoom and Facebook to try to destroy the BDS movement.
A day before a scheduled San Francisco State University lecture on "gender, justice and resistance" with Black, Palestinian, Jewish, and South African activists, the online meeting company Zoom announced it would not permit the event to take place on its platform. A spokesperson for Zoom cited concerns that hosting the event could violate "applicable U.S. export control, sanctions and anti-terrorism laws," and the company ultimately threatened to cancel the Zoom account for the entire California State University system if the event went through.
Zoom's decision to de-platform the event followed a staunch pressure campaign from right-wing Zionist organizations, who took credit online for its cancellation. Tech giants Facebook and YouTube followed suit, cutting the event stream and removing promotional materials from their platforms.
The incident sets a dangerous precedent for private tech companies to censor academic freedoms, university-sanctioned events, and social justice organizing.
Following his education, Slaoui joined the pharmaceutical industry, serving on the board of Directors of GlaxoSmithKline between 2006 through 2015. Slaoui served in several senior research & development (R&D) roles with GlaxoSmithKline during his time with the company, including Chairman of Global Vaccines. GSK has a history of working with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on projects such as the development of a malaria vaccine and anti-HIV compounds used as microbicides. In fact, Dr. Slaoui worked for 27 years on the malaria vaccine, ultimately partnering with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to develop a $600 million malaria vaccine. When Slaoui took over at GSK, his predecessor, Tachi Yamada, joined the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
12bytes says: 27 years to develop a malaria vaccine while Jim Humble, a former gold miner, found a cure for the disease, and may others, that works in a matter of hours with a 100% success rate at a cost of probably less than 0.25 cents per person. That cure is chlorine dioxide and it effectiveness was confirmed by the Red Cross, who then refused to publish their findings. Read: Chlorine Dioxide: MMS, The Master Mineral Solution
Since the advent of the Trump presidency, the left engaged their greatest minds in planning the "Russia Hoax Coup" and then the impeachment farce. Having failed miserably at both, they are now carrying out an information operation to sell maundering Joe Biden as inevitable in his attempt to win the coming Presidential Election.
New reports this week reveal how mobile apps using quick QR codes operating under the auspices of the government's COVID surveillance operation – are trafficking customer data through opt-in clauses baked into the terms and conditions of data storage services. Some firms state how they will use details scanned in by customers for marketing purposes and even keep your personal data for up to 25 years.
Through this corporate backdoor, aloof customers would have their personal data passed on to corporate clients such as advertisers, big data brokers and insurance companies, to name only a few.
a former democrat candidate for massachusetts state representative has been caught on camera trying to meet with a 14-year-old boy for sex.
US Hearings Reveal Washington's Covert Support for 'Color Revolutions' Around the World - 21st Century Wire
Last week, the House Foreign Affairs Committee grilled Michael Pack, who President Trump recently appointed to head the US government's state propaganda arm, the US Agency for Global Media (USAGM).
Pack was appointed in June and started a big shakeup at the US state media outlets run by the USAGM, like Voice of America and Radio Free Asia. Pack fired senior staffers, pushed out management, and froze funding.
During last week's hearing, Democrats and Republicans on the committee teamed up to attack Pack for his purges. But what seemed more important to Congress and former USAGM officials was Pack's move to freeze funds to the Open Technology Fund (OTF). The OTF was formed in 2012 and operated as part of Radio Free Asia for seven years. In 2019, the OTF became an independent non-profit, although it is financed by US taxpayer dollars through the USAGM.
According to former USAGM officials and OTF board members, the OTF supports protesters in other nations across the world. "In many places around the globe, OTF quietly is providing support to protesters," said Grant Turner, the former USAGM chief financial officer, who Pack removed in August. "So the Hong Kong protesters are protecting their identities from surveillance by OTF tools; protesters in Iran; we've seen it in Beirut," Turner said.[...]
The cut in funding inadvertently revealed the US government's covert role in the Hong Kong protest movement. The US government-funded National Endowment for Democracy also provides funding for "pro-democracy" movements in Hong Kong.
Besides the US government supporting Hong Kong protesters through cutout organizations like the OTF and NED, there has been more overt interference in the city. Throughout the demonstrations, protesters were seen waving US flags and calling for Congress to pass legislation. Leaders of the movement even traveled to Washington and testified before Congress, pleading for US intervention.