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Vaccinated child still gets the disease: Case of diphtheria confirmed at Edmonton elementary school | 07 Nov 2017 | The mother of a 10-year-old Edmonton boy who came down with diphtheria -- potentially exposing his elementary school class to the disease -- said her son is up to date on all of his vaccinations. [That's likely how he got the disease in the first place.] Shewchuk's son is a student at Evansdale Elementary School in north Edmonton. Edmonton Public Schools said it was notified by Alberta Health Services (AHS) on Friday about a case of cutaneous diphtheria at one of its schools. Shewchuk doesn't know how her son contracted the disease, but said he has battled severe eczema [a condition likely caused by vaccines] since he was five months old, and that makes him more susceptible to certain illnesses. [See: Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated: Mawson Homeschooled Study Reveals Who Is Sicker 04 May 2017.]
Drone strikes passenger Boeing descending over theme park in Argentina | 12 Nov 2017 | In a chilling incident in Argentina, a drone hit a passenger plane on approach as it was flying over Tierra Santa religious theme park in Buenos Aires. The jet landed safely. An Aerolineas Argentinas Boeing 737-800, flying from Trelew, northeastern Patagonia, was struck by a drone during the final landing approach to Buenos Aires Jorge Newbery Airport, La Capital reports. At the time of the accident, the plane was flying over the Tierra Santa theme park.
Oh dear. The deep state dirt-bags aren't going to like this one: 'Haters and fools': Trump lashes out at those rejecting good relations with Russia | 12 Nov 2017 | President Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to reiterate his belief that "Russia can greatly help" the US in solving many pressing world issues, such as global terrorism and the North Korean crisis, blasting those who disagree with that assertion as "haters and fools." "When will all the haters and fools out there realize that having a good relationship with Russia is a good thing, not a bad thing," Trump wrote, emphasizing, that "playing politics" instead of moving forward to resolve high-priority issues is "bad for our country."
Mitch McConnell admits middle class America may see tax hike if new Republican Senate bill passes | 11 Nov 2017 | Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is now admitting that some middle class Americans might see tax increases after all if the new Republican tax plan goes through. Kentucky Republican senator McConnell had previously stated that 'nobody in the middle class is going to a tax increase' under the new tax plan, but dialed back his assertion in a new interview. 'I misspoke on that,' McConnell told the New York Times on Friday, noting that it wasn't possible to guarantee that 'no one sees a tax increase.'
Another day, another holistic doctor shot dead. Prominent holistic doctor and entire family found shot dead in Arizona home --This is our 77th doctor in my unintended Holistic Doctor Series. Read about the first 76 in detail, with a timeline and photos. | 11 Nov 2017 | It is with very heavy heart that we announce that holistic Dr. Annie Fairbanks, 39, husband Jason Fairbanks, 39, and their 3-year-old daughter and 9-month-old son died in a shooting Friday afternoon November 10th. The Scottsdale Police Department released their names Saturday morning, November 11th. [See also: Vaccines and Vaccine Safety - The Full Truth By David Wolfe. An enzyme produced by viruses and cancers called nagalase appears to be in some vaccines. Nagalase blocks the super immune compound GcMAF (Gc Macrophage Activating Factor). This may be causing autism and cancers sooner or later in life. Dr. Gonzales (possibly heart attacked -- killed, but made to look like a heart attack) and Dr. Bradstreet (murdered) were on to the nagalase connection in vaccines and were also aware of the solution and a potential autism and cancer cure: GcMAF.
Moore lashes out at Washington Post | 11 Nov 2017 | A defiant Roy Moore on Saturday adamantly denied accusations that he pursued romantic and sexual relationships with teenagers while he was in his 30s, instead charging that The Washington Post published "fake news" to advance its own political agenda. Speaking at a Mid-Alabama Republican Club event at the Vestavia Hills Public Library near Birmingham, the embattled Republican argued that the timing of the story just a few weeks before the special election for U.S. Senate was an attempt by the Post and his opponents to undercut his campaign.
Disneyland shuts down two cooling towers after nine contract Legionnaires' disease at the theme park | 11 Nov 2017 | Disneyland has shut down two cooling towers after nine people contracted Legionnaires' disease at the theme park. A total of a dozen cases of the bacterial lung infection were discovered in Anaheim, California, about three weeks ago, the Orange County Health Care Agency announced Friday. One of the three cases not linked to Disneyland was fatal, the agency said.
Texas church massacre survivor says there was a shooter 'on top of the roof' | 08 Nov 2017 | A woman who survived Sunday's mass shooting at the First Baptist Church where 26 people lost their lives said that her and another survivor "know" that shots were raining down into the room from above and that the shooter was "on the roof." "I didn't just hear them, I saw them, and then people went down." the woman said in a brief interview with ABC News from the hospital..."He was on top, that's how I got shot back here," the woman explained while pointing toward her shoulder blade.
Saudi-led warplanes strike defense ministry in Yemeni capital | 11 Nov 2017 | The defense ministry building in Yemen's capital, Sana'a, has been targeted in at least two airstrikes by Saudi-led coalition warplanes, local media and eyewitnesses report. There are fears of civilian casualties as nearby buildings were also reportedly hit. "There were two to three strikes on the Ministry of Defense," local journalist Hassain Abukhaiti told RT, confirming that Saudi-led planes are targeting the Yemeni capital. He said there are reports that "one of the missiles hit a house" near the military building. "A family was living there," the journalist said. "The house has been destroyed. It is very likely that the entire family was killed."
Air Force missed at least two chances to stop Texas shooter buying guns | 09 Nov 2017 | The U.S. Air Force missed at least two chances to block the shooter in last weekend's deadly church attack in Texas from buying guns after he was accused of a violent offense in 2012, according to current and former government officials and a review of military documents. A third opportunity to flag shooter Devin Kelley was lost two years later by a twist of bad luck [?!] when a Pentagon inspection of cases narrowly missed the former airman. The Air Force said on Monday it had failed to provide information as required about Kelley’s criminal history to the Federal Bureau of Investigation's criminal databases. It gave few other details about the omission.
Recently incarcerated Saudi Prince linked to 5 independently managed floors inside Mandalay Bay | 05 Nov 2017 | Saudi Prince [and Twitter's top shareholder] Al-Waleed bin Talal's recent arrest, along with the arrest of 10 other princes and over 38 cabinet ministers, has created quite a stir within the intelligence community after it was revealed publicly last Tuesday on "The Alex Jones Show with special guest Shepard Ambellas" that the Saudi-based private military company ETS Risk Management was, in fact, on the ground before, during, and after the Oct. 1 attack in Las Vegas. During the broadcast, a former military intelligence analyst named "Zach" called into the show to validate that ETS was "on the ground" the night of the shooting which Ambellas highlighted as having "all the same fingerprints of a 9/11-style operation."
'Rare opportunity': Pentagon confirms joint drill of 3 aircraft carriers in Pacific | 09 Nov 2017 | Three US aircraft carrier strike groups will hold joint drills in the Western Pacific, the Pentagon has confirmed. It comes as the US President continues his Asia tour, reiterating Washington's willingness to use military force against Pyongyang if necessary. In the largest naval exercise in a decade, the USS Nimitz, USS Ronald Reagan and USS Theodore Roosevelt strike groups will soon join forces in the Pacific, Reuters first reported Monday. The Reuters report added that a Japanese destroyer, the Inazuma, will join the US maneuvers.
'Smart Fire' Aircraft Lasers Likely Used on California Fires By aplaintruth.info | 05 Nov 2017 | Using the excuse that the county/state does not want to use taxpayer funds for debris removal and must require homeowners hand over any debris removal funds from their homeowners insurance is highly questionable because the President already approved debris removal funding under the Stafford Act. (See here.) Due to the severity of the destruction, it looks like the county/state may get 100% federal funding for debris removal rather than the normal 75%. IMO, those that sign the ROE are in for a major shock when they try to rebuild. The ROE requires removal of foundations and up to 6 inches of dirt. People will max out their insurance benefits and be left holding the bag for the amount to rebuild from the foundation up. Once the city revises the building codes, which they are probably in the process of doing now, homeowners will likely sell out to whichever developer offers the most for the property. If homeowners do not use the government removal, they will likely hit a brick wall of red tape when they attempt to rebuild. Either way, the homeowners are screwed. The question now is what area will they target next?
Trump asks for another $4bn to 'detect, defeat, and defend' against North Korea | 07 Nov 2017 | President Donald Trump wants lawmakers to give the Pentagon an additional $4 billion for "urgent" missile defense improvements against North Korea and nearly $2 billion more to increase troop levels in Afghanistan by 3,500 and repair damaged naval ships. In a letter sent to House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) on Monday, Trump asked Congress to consider budget amendments to give the Department of Defense an extra $4 billion for "defense enhancements to counter the threat from North Korea."
Secret Service arrest man near White House who wanted to kill 'all white police' | 06 Nov 2017 | A man who was arrested Monday in Washington, D.C., allegedly traveled to the nation's capital to kill "all white police" at the White House. Michael Arega, of Dallas, Texas, was arrested Monday afternoon after the Secret Service Protective Intelligence Division received an alert just before 3 p.m. from the Montgomery County Maryland Police Department to be on the lookout for Arega. He reportedly traveled from Texas to kill "all white police" at the White House, according to a statement from the U.S. Secret Service.
Gordon Brown: UK was 'misled' over Iraq WMDs --The former PM says if the "truth" had been known, then "we were not just misinformed but misled on the critical issue of WMDs". | 05 Nov 2017 | The UK was "misled" over Saddam Hussein's access to weapons of mass destruction, and the Iraq War was unjustified, Gordon Brown has said. The former prime minister, who was chancellor when the decision to go to war in 2003 was made, said the US failed to share crucial intelligence that cast serious doubt over the leader's destructive capabilities. He believes the course of history could have been different had the information been shared.
Breaking: Texas church shooter who killed up to 27 people was dishonorably discharged from the US Air Force --San Antonio police raided Kelley's home on Sunday evening, with K9 and bomb squad units. | 05 Nov 2017 | The mass shooter who opened fire inside a Texas church killing at least 27 - including a two-year-old child - has been identified as a 26-year-old former Bible study teacher who was dishonorably discharged from the US Air Force. Devin Patrick Kelley walked into the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, dressed in full combat gear, and began shooting, according to local law enforcement sources. Kelley, 26, of New Braunfels, a suburb of San Antonio, was killed after a brief foot chase into Guadalupe County, according Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office spokesman Robert Murphy. But it's still unclear if the gunman shot himself or was taken down by authorities.
Man accused of randomly killing 3 people at Walmart captured | 02 Nov 2017 | The man suspected of killing three people at random inside a Colorado Walmart was arrested Thursday, Thornton police said. Scott Ostrem, 47, was taken into custody Thursday morning. But it's still not clear why he may have opened fire near a cash register at the Walmart Supercenter Wednesday night, killing two men and a woman. "We believe as of right now that the shooting was random," Thornton Police Officer Victor Avila said. "There's nothing on motive as of yet."
Breaking: Two shot, one fatally, outside church in Fresno | 05 Nov 2017 | Two people were shot in the parking lot of St. Alphonsus Church in Fresno on Sunday and police were involved in a standoff nearby with someone believed to be the gunman, the Fresno Bee reports. According to dispatch and eyewitness reports, the shooter got out of a vehicle, fired his gun at the victims who were shot inside a blue Toyota, and returned to the car to flee the scene. Father Dominic Rajappa told the Fresno Bee that morning mass had just ended and churchgoers were leaving when gunfire broke out. One person reportedly died.
Neighbor accused of assaulting Rand Paul is inventor, fellow doctor | 05 Nov 2017 | A man accused of assaulting and injuring U.S. Rand Paul is a neighbor to the ophthalmologist-turned-politician and is a fellow doctor himself. Rene Boucher, 59, of Bowling Green was arrested Friday evening, and is accused of assaulting Paul. Voter records from March 2017 show Rene Boucher registered as a Democrat...KSP spokesman Jeremiah Hodges said the FBI was on scene to investigate whether the assault was politically motivated but was unable to elaborate on the status of that investigation.