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Thursday, 23 March 2017

23rd MARCH: 'First Islamic Republic of The World' Day.

23rd March:
‘Lahore Resolution’ Day!
‘Pakistan Resolution’ Day!
‘Pakistan Republic’ Day!

‘First Islamic Republic of
The World’ Day!

(M. Javed Naseem)

23rd of March is a national holiday in Pakistan, celebrated as Republic Day, not only to commemorate Lahore Resolution but also the day in 1956 when the country became the first Islamic Republic in the world.
In 1930, it was Dr. Muhammad Iqbal (aka Allama Iqbal) who floated the idea of an independent state for the Muslims of India. The name for that state ‘Pakistan’ was proposed by Choudhry Rahmat Ali in his ‘Pakistan Declaration’ in 1933.

First Islamic Republic
On 23rd March, 1956, Pakistan became
the ‘First Islamic Republic’ in the World!

From March 22 to March 24, 1940, the All India Muslim League held its annual session at Minto Park, Lahore. This session proved to be historical. The session was open to public. It was transparent and nothing was concealed or kept secret from people.

{Pakistan Memorial (Minar-e-Pakistan) was erected at Iqbal Park (Minto Park) Lahore where Pakistan Resolution was passed in 1940.}
On the first day of the session, the welcome address was made by Nawab Sir Shah Nawaz Mamdot. Then Muhammad Ali Jinnah (the Quaid-e-Azam) narrated the events of the last few months. In an extempore speech he presented his own solution to the problems of Muslims  He said that the problem of India was not of an inter-communal nature, but manifestly an international one and must be treated as such. To him the differences between Hindus and Muslims were so great and so sharp that their union under one central government was full of serious risks. They belonged to two separate and distinct nations and therefore the only chance open was to allow them to have separate states under 2-nation theory.

In the words of Quaid-e-Azam, "Hindus and the Muslims belong to two different religions, philosophies, social customs and literature. They neither inter-marry nor inter-dine and, indeed, they belong to two different civilizations that are based mainly on conflicting ideas and conceptions. Their concepts on life and of life are different. It is quite clear that Hindus and Muslims derive their inspiration from different sources of history. They have different epics, different heroes and different episodes. Very often the hero of one is a foe of the other, and likewise, their victories and defeats overlap. To yoke together two such nations under a single state, one as a numerical minority and the other as a majority, must lead to growing discontent and final destruction of any fabric that may be so built up for the government of such a state".

He further said, "Mussalmans are a nation according to any definition of nation. We wish our people to develop to the fullest spiritual, cultural, economic, social and political life in a way that we think best and in consonance with our own ideals and according to the genius of our people".
On the basis of the above mentioned ideas of the Quaid-e-Azam, A. K. Fazl-ul-Haq, the then Chief Minister of Bengal, moved the historical resolution which has since come to be known as Lahore Resolution or Pakistan Resolution. March 23rd commemorates the passage of this resolution.

You cannot enjoy luxury life on poor
people’s expense! It’s criminal!
Live simple life and be a model for
others, if you are a true Pakistani!


The Resolution declared: "No constitutional plan would be workable or acceptable to the Muslims unless geographical contiguous units are demarcated into regions which should be so constituted with such territorial readjustments as may be necessary. That the areas in which the Muslims are numerically in majority as in the North-Western and Eastern zones of India should be grouped to constitute independent states in which the constituent units shall be autonomous and sovereign."
It further reads, "That adequate, effective and mandatory safeguards shall be specifically provided in the constitution for minorities in the units and in the regions for the protection of their religious, cultural, economic, political, administrative and other rights of the minorities, with their consultation. Arrangements thus should be made for the security of Muslims where they were in a minority".

Nation-Building Requires
Honesty, Sincerity, Perseverance
And Modesty From Leaders
As Well As From People

If there is a single most important founding document of Pakistan, it has to be this Resolution passed at the annual session of the All India Muslim League at its 1940 meeting (22-24 March) at Minto Park (now called Iqbal Park), Lahore. It's a wonderful idea for all political parties to have an open, meaningful, annual session where real decisions are taken in a transparent and democratic manner! In 1941, this Lahore (Pakistan) Resolution became part of the Muslim League constitution and in 1946 it became the basis of the demand for Pakistan.

To commemorate the event, Minar-e-Pakistan, a 60-meter tall distinctive monument in the shape of a tower/minaret has been built at the site in Iqbal Park Lahore, where the resolution was passed.

It’s time For Pakistani Nation
To Audit The Balance Sheet
Of Successes vs Failures
And Rectify The Damage!
Pakistan was created in the name of Islam, to worship God and practice the code of conduct prescribed by the Almighty. After 70 years, unfortunately, we are still far from practicing true Islam and being the true Muslims. In the meantime, those who benefited from Pakistan, they became millionaires but failed to do anything positive for the nation, in return. A lot is still needed to be done, above all, the nation building. ‘Nation-building’ is impossible without ‘character-building’. And character-building is impossible without guidance. And where do you get the true guidance from? The Quran is the best source; the best means of character-building!


Friday, 17 March 2017


Mosul & Aleppo:
Forever Under Fire

The Battleground of
Good & Evil For Centuries:
Iraq & Syria Suffered Many
Invasions From The West

(M. Javed Naseem)

وَٱلَّذينَ كَفَرُواْ بَعْضُهُمْ أَوْلِيَآءُ بَعْضٍ
 إِلاَّ تَفْعَلُوهُ تَكُنْ فِتْنَةٌ فِى ٱلأَرْضِ وَفَسَادٌ كَبِيرٌ
“The unbelievers are protectors, one of
another. Unless you do this, (protect each
other), there would be tumult and oppression
on earth, and great mischief.”
(al-Quran 8:73)

Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim), (peace be upon him), delivered the message of Islam to the nation ruled by Nimrod in a country called Babylonia (or Mesopotamia, or Iraq today). They threw him into the fire but Allah saved him. Then he left Iraq and went to Syria, Palestine and neighboring lands to spread the word of God. Since then, that particular region of the modern Middle East has constantly been a battleground between Good and Evil. There’s always bloodshed and looks like it would continue till the end of the world.

It’s All Economics & Politics!
Terrorism, Islamic Extremism, WMD, Taliban,
Boca Haram, Al-Shabab, Daesh, ISIS/ISIL/IS:
These are all lame excuses to invade the oil-rich
Islamic Middle East, especially Iraq, Syria, Libya,
etc. History tells us that Anglo-American West
invaded or attacked these countries in every
century (many times in 20th & 21st centuries)
with no mention of terrorism!

The Middle Eastern region of Syria-Palestine-Iraq-Egypt has on it the stamp of great Muslim ruler and crusher of the Crusaders, Saladin (Salahud-Din Ayyubi). He ruled a powerful empire that included Egypt, Syria/Palestine and parts of Mesopotamia (Iraq of today).
During the 12th century, the Muslim Syria was split between the Turkish ruler Zangi, who controlled Aleppo and Mosul, and the rulers of Damascus. Zangi died in 1146AD and his empire split. Mosul went to his older son, Saif ad-Din Zangi, and Aleppo to his second son, Nur ad-Din Zangi. This divide didn't last long. Saif ad-Din died in 1149AD and his successor acknowledged Nur ad-Din as his superior. Damascus fell to him in 1154AD, giving Nur ad-Din the control of all of Syria. Egypt officially became part of his empire after three wars between 1164AD and 1169AD, giving Nur ad-Din Zengi the control of a large part of the Muslim world.
At the time of his death in 1174AD, Nur ad-Din Zangi ruled Damascus and Aleppo directly, while his nephew Saif-ad-Din Zangi ruled Mosul under him. Salahud-Din was officially in the same position in Egypt, but there was little trust between the two regimes

Mosul (or al-Mawṣil) is the second biggest city of Iraq after Baghdad and the chief commercial center of the north-western Iraq. From its original site on the western bank of the river Tigris, the modern city has expanded to the eastern bank and now encircles the ruins of the ancient Assyrian city of Nineveh.
The Ottoman Turks ruled the region from 1534AD to 1918AD (the region was ravaged by the Mongols under Hulegu (Halaku) Khan in 1258AD), during which time Mosul became a trade centre of the Ottoman Empire and the headquarters of a political subdivision. After World War-I (1914–18), the Mosul area was occupied by Britain until a border settlement (in 1926) placed it in Iraq rather than in Turkey.
The city has been vastly expanded since World War-II (1939–45) and has a population of about 2 million. Most striking has been the expansion on the eastern bank of the Tigris. There are now five bridges connecting the two sides of the city. The University of Mosul (1967) is the second largest university in Iraq, after the University of Baghdad.

From religious point of view, Iraq or
Mesopotamia (or Babylonia) is the
‘Land of Prophets’ where one of the
biggest encounters between Good and
Evil took place between Prophet Abraham
(Ibrahim) and Nimrod. It was also the
home of Prophet Jonah (Yunus) whose
tomb (along with the mosque) was
destroyed by the ISIL in recent years.

The Zionist Globalists fooled the world when they declared that US-allied forces have withdrawn from Iraq. It was a deception, as usual, as there are still 30,000 US troops in Iraq. Similar withdrawal happened in Afghanistan too but thousands of troops stayed behind under different titles/covers. In addition, they are now sending another 5,000 troops to Syria to combat terrorists they themselves created and supported.

The Iraq invasion of 2003 was probably discussed and planned by political ‘hawks’ years ahead of creating the pretext of “9/11”.  Retired American General Wesley Clark (the Supreme NATO-Allied Forces Commander), wrote in his book:

"As I went back through the Pentagon in November 2001,
one of the senior military staff officers had time for a chat.
Yes, we were still on track for going against Iraq, he said.
But there was more. This was being discussed as part of a
five-year campaign plan, he said, and there were a total of
seven countries, beginning with Iraq, then Syria, Lebanon,
Libya, Iran, Somalia and Sudan."
--- Gen. Wesley Clark

So, we are almost there! Out of the seven countries mentioned, six are already down, one more to go (i.e., Iran). But Iran always had secret agreements with Zionists and Anglo-American fronts to stay out of harm’s way.

War History of Mesopotamia (Iraq):
(From: Wikipedia)
The military history of Iraq, due to a rich archaeological record, is one of the longest in written human history. The region of Iraq, which used to be Mesopotamia, has been referred to as the ‘cradle of civilization’, and wars of conquest have been recorded in this region as far back as the third millennium BC. The area possesses strategic value, initially for the rich, fertile agricultural region in the Mesopotamian plain, and more recently for large petroleum/gas deposits and access to the oil-rich Persian Gulf.

539-538 BC: Cyrus the Great, founder of the Achaemenid Persian Empire, defeated the Neo-Babylonian Empire and conquered the region.

331 BC: Alexander the Great defeated Darius III Darius of Persia at the Battle of Gaugamela, east of present day Mosul. Alexander died in Babylon (Iraq) in 323 BC.

190 BC: In later centuries, starting from 190 BC, the Persians ruled Iraq for hundreds of years under different dynasties including the Parthian and Sassanid dynasties, after the first conquest in the 6th century BC.

627 AD: The Byzantines sacked Ctesiphon, which was invaded again by Arabs.

637 AD: The Muslim Arabs invaded Persia. The battle between 18,000 Arab tribesmen led by General Khalid bin Walid (The Sword of Allah) and the Persians led by Rustam (Rostam Farrokhzad), was fought at al-Qaadisiyyah), south of Baghdad. 

Muslim Arab forces led by Khalid bin Walid and Saad bin Abi Waqqas conquered the area from the Sassanid Persian Empire during the Islamic conquest of Persia in the 8th century, despite the occupying Persian forces being numerically and technologically superior.
Later on, there were several revolts in that region.

680 AD: Hussein bin Ali, the grandson of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) was killed at Karbala, in the Battle of Karbala, on October 10.

701 AD: Syrian armies crushed a revolt.

747 AD: Revolt by Abbas, leading to Abbasid caliph proclaimed in 750 AD.

762 AD: Baghdad was founded by the Abbasid caliph. Baghdad was the centre of the
Abbasid Caliphate from the 8th century, an empire which ruled much of the Arab world.

809 AD: Baghdad was sacked after a civil war.

865 AD: The new northern capital of Samarra and Baghdad were at war.

945 AD: The Buvid people from the Caspian Sea took over Baghdad, with the Abbasid caliphs becoming puppet rulers.

977 AD: Mosul was captured.

1055 AD: The Seljuk leader Togrul Beg overran the central area of Iraq.

1135 AD: The Abbasids regained control.

1245 AD: Baghdad repelled an attack by the Mongols.

1258 AD:
Hulagu's army attacks Baghdad:
Baghdad was sacked on February 10, 1258 by Hulagu (or Halaku) Khan in the Battle of Baghdad, with between 250,000 and 800,000 people killed during the Mongol invasion. It had been under siege for several weeks.

1401 AD: Baghdad was sacked by Tamerlane (Taimur Lang).

1405 AD:  Turkish tribes from Anatolia took over Iraq and there was much infighting between themselves, and against local groups.
The Black Sheep Turkmen at first ruled Iraq until 1466 AD when the White Sheep Turkmen took control.

1508 AD (or 1509 AD): Iraq was conquered by the Safavid dynasty of Iran.

1533-1534 AD: Iraq was conquered by the Ottoman Empire.

1623-1638 AD: Baghdad was put under Persian rule between 1623 and 1638, when Murad IV restored Ottoman rule and massacred many local Shiites.

1776 AD:  Basra was occupied by the Persians. They held it until 1779 AD when Karim Khan Zand’s death precipitated a period of internal disorder and resulted in withdrawal from Basra.

1918-1932 AD: British Mandate of Mesopotamia:
The British invaded Iraq during World War I in the Mesopotamian Campaign. They invaded southern Mesopotamia in November 1914. The Battle of Ctesphon was fought in November 1915. The undermanned and overstretched British forces were defeated by the Turks, who besieged the British in the city of Kut-al-Amara for 143 days in the Siege of Kut, ending with a British surrender, with 10,000 men becoming prisoners in April 1916.

The British took the Middle Eastern campaign more seriously following this defeat, transferring command from India to the main British command, and General Frederick Stanley Maude was put in charge of British forces, leading the British to a series of victories. The battles of Mohammed Abdul Hassan, Hai and Dahra were won by the British in January 1917. In February, they recaptured Kut. On March 11, 1917, the British occupied Baghdad.
Between 1920 and 1922, the British put down an Iraqi revolt costing them 40 million pounds to do so.
In January 1921, the Royal Air Force’s Mesopotamian Group was formed by raising Mesopotamian Wing to group status.
On 1st October 1922, Mesopotamian Group was absorbed into the newly formed RAF Iraq Command which was given control of all British forces in Iraq.
Faisal-I, leader of Iraq from 1921–33, helped make his country fully independent in 1932.

The Kingdom of Iraq (also referred to as Mesopotamia) was governed by the United Kingdom under a League of Nations (predecessor of UNO) mandate, the British Mandate of Mesopotamia, until 1932 when Iraq became nominally independent.

Before granting independence, the United Kingdom concluded the Anglo-Iraqi Treaty of 1930. This treaty had several conditions, which included permission to establish military bases for British use and provide all facilities for the unrestricted movement of British forces through the country upon request to the Iraqi government. The conditions of the treaty were imposed by the United Kingdom to ensure continued control of Iraq's petroleum resources. Many Iraqis resented these conditions and felt that their country and its monarchy were still under the effective control of the British Government.

The Anglo–Iraqi War was the British campaign against the rebel government of Rashid Ali in the Kingdom of Iraq during the Second World War. Operations lasted from 2 to 31 May 1941. The campaign resulted in the re-occupation of Iraq by British armed forces, and the return to power of the ousted pro-British regent of Iraq, Prince Abdallah. The campaign further fuelled Iraqi nationalist resentment toward the British-supported Hashemite monarchy. 

1942 AD: On the 1st of April 1941, Rashid Ali and four generals overthrew the pro-British Iraqi government. The British were concerned that the Axis powers might get involved in Iraq since the new government was pro-Axis. The British landed troops at Basra while Iraqi forces besieged RAF Habbaniya. 

On the 2nd of May, the British launched pre-emptive air strikes against Iraqi forces. On 7th May, the Iraqis abandoned the positions above RAF Habbaniya. By about 11th May, the Iraqi Air Force was neutralized. From about 13th May, the ‘Flyer Command Iraq’ (Fliegerfuhrer Irak) of the German Air Force started to arrive. They started to fly sorties under Iraqi colors from Mosul against the British and Commonwealth forces. For a variety of reasons, Fliegerführer Irak was able to achieve little in the way of results. British ground forces from RAF Habbaniya attacked Iraqi forces in Fallujah and, by 22nd May, had withstood an Iraqi counter-attack. The British forces then attacked Baghdad. Rashid Ali and his government fled, and an armistice was signed on 31st May.
The pro-British Iraqi government was restored and the Kingdom of Iraq declared war on the Axis on 17th January 1943.

1948 AD: The Iraqi Army participated in the 1948 Arab-Israel War against Israel.

1954: The US began military aid to Iraq in 1954, and Iraq joined the pro Western Baghdad Pact in 1955. Iraqi troops along with the Syrians occupied parts of Jordan during the 1956 Suez War.

1961: A garrison in Mosul rebelled against Qassem, and Kurdish leader Barzani returned from exile in the Soviet Union to suppress them. Iraq claimed sovereignty over Kuwait after it gained independence from Britain in 1961, but it backed down after the British sent troops to Kuwait.
Iraq sent troops and planes to Jordan during the 1967 Arab-Israeli war.

1968-1979: Iraq was ruled by Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr.
Iraqi divisions fought in the 1973 October War against Israel.

1979-2003: Saddam Hussein ruled Iraq. Saddam Hussein came to power as President of Iraq in 1979.

1980-1988: Iran-Iraq War.
Iraq invaded Iran on 22nd September, 1980, and with some initial successes, eventually the war dragged on into a long stalemate, with between 1 and 2 million casualties. The war ended with a ceasefire on August 20, 1988.

1981: On June 7, 1981, Israeli F-15s and F-16s bombed and destroyed the Osirak nuclear reactor, 18 miles (29 km) south of Baghdad, following the orders of Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin.

1987: On May 17, 1987, in retaliation to blockade and provocations, an Iraqi Mirage fighter fired two Exocet missiles at the American ship USS Stark (FFG-31), killing thirty-seven of the crew. This was the pretext to the Gulf War.

1990: Gulf War:
On August 2, 1990, Iraq invaded and annexed Kuwait. The United States led an international coalition which heavily bombed Iraq and freed Kuwait in 1991. After this war, sanctions were imposed on Iraq as well as a north and south no fly zones, and during the 1990s, Iraq was frequently bombed by American and British aircrafts in small sorties.

1993: In January 1993, the US launched a Cruise missile attack against Iraq, because of it not dismantling police posts near the border with Kuwait. In June 1993, another US cruise missile attack was launched because of a suspected assassination plot against former US president George H.W.Bush. (How ridiculous!)

1996: In 1996, Iraqi troops moved into northern Iraq to support the Kurdish Democratic Party against the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan. The US responded with limited air attacks in the south. There were Iraqi attacks against allied aircraft in the no fly zones in January 2001, with American and British responding with bombing of targets in northern Iraq in February.
(It’s getting more and more ridiculous! A country is invaded, divided into zones, no-fly zones created for the locals and when they fight back or retaliate, they are accused of ‘attacking’ Anglo-American invading armies.)

2003: Invasion of Iraq:
Oil filled trenches were set on fire in Baghdad on April 2, by the Iraqis to try to hinder Allied air strikes.
The United States led a "coalition of the willing" which invaded Iraq on March 20, 2003, in a war that took three weeks to get control of the country, yet the fighting lasted much longer. Baghdad was captured on April 9. Saddam Hussein was deposed, but remained in hiding until December 14, 2003, when he was captured by the US, tried by a US appointed court and killed as a result of a death sentence.
(Courtesy: Wikipedia)

And you know the rest (and you know the truth too!).

Note: Most of this information from Wikipedia has been fed by the West as part of their media campaign. The percentage of truth in it, the angle, the tilt, the propaganda contents, and the objective narrations cannot be guaranteed.

DW of Germany adds:
Civilian casualties soared in Iraq in 2016
Iraq had not seen peaceful times since the US invasion in 2003. Violence was still commonplace in 2016. According to a report drawn up by the project "Iraq Body Count"(IBC), in the past year, a total of 16,361 civilians were killed in the country. Even though the number of civilians killed has declined compared to previous years (17,587 in 2015 and 20,218 in 2014), the civilian death toll ranged between 4,000 – 5,000 people in the years prior to 2013  - in other words, the numbers are still relatively high. "An average of more than 1,300 civilians were killed in violence every month, the main exception being the September low of (935) which was however immediately followed by a peak of more than double that in October (1,969)," the report stated. Over two-thirds of the victims were male. Women and children each accounted for 10 percent of civilian deaths.

A hotbed of violence: Mosul
Geographically, the violence is not spread equally throughout the country. Almost half of the civilian victims, 7,431 people, were killed in Ninevah province, where Mosul, with a population of approximately one million, is situated. Deadly violence had been most significant in the northern city of Mosul and surrounding areas, the authors write in their report. In the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, 3,714 civilians were killed, followed by Anbar province with 1,742 and Tameem with 1,085.
And that was a few months or a year ago. The numbers have definitely gone up.


Saturday, 11 March 2017

CHILD VACCINATION: 'Unavoidably Unsafe'

Child Vaccination
Are Vaccines Harmful?

In America,
Vaccines Are Legally Defined As
‘Unavoidably Unsafe’

(M. Javed Naseem)

Last Sunday, March 5, 2017, was the “Empty Stroller Walk” Day (or A Day of Remembrance) in memory of those children who lost their lives to the vaccines. Parents and grandparents came out in big numbers to participate in the rallies and to remember their children. Due to the ‘vaccine awareness’ campaign of some grieved parents and activists, the movement has picked up momentum. Empty Stroller Walk day was observed in every main city of many countries including USA. People are demanding an environment free of mandatory vaccinations.

In some countries (including Pakistan and India) some anti-vaccination protests have turned violent and have resulted in the damage of public and private property. In some cases, the medical staff and volunteers were physically attacked, injured and even killed.

Vaccines are “unavoidably unsafe” and contain
“unavoidable” viruses, phages (viruses that infect
bacteria), and contaminants. No other drug or
medical product is similarly manufactured – if
contaminants are found in them, the product
is recalled. The FDA even recalls food
when contaminants are found.


The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends getting 29 doses of 9 vaccines (plus a yearly flu shot after six months old) for kids aged 0 to six. No US federal laws mandate vaccination, but all 50 states require certain vaccinations for children entering public schools.
Vaccination has become very controversial topic over the last few years. Parents have some really genuine concerns about these vaccines, especially when they are given to the healthy babies in shockingly huge number within weeks and months of their birth. There seems to be no justification except the ‘presumption’ that these vaccines MIGHT save children from those diseases they never got in the first place! They say that these vaccines can protect children (newly born babies?) from diseases. That’s a supposition with no substantial evidence.

At the same time, these experts ignore all those incidents where children suffered from the reaction from these vaccines. Vaccines pros and cons are debated all the time but the advantage goes to the authorities who mandate these vaccines. Every year, more and more vaccines are added to the list, bombarding little kids (newly born babies) with shots (injections) and shots! But the ‘pro’ group (mostly govt. doctors) claim that vaccines are safe and don’t contain harmful ingredients in large quantities.

“Trump says, ‘Too Many Too Soon’ regarding Vaccines.
He says, ‘Vaccines Cause Autism’. He is the FIRST
President to speak these DANGEROUS Truths.
Support him or prepare to be vaccinated!”

Vaccination is a very complicated issue and due to the lack of authentic data, real honest research results and the proof beyond reasonable doubt, it is very difficult for the parents to make the right decision. No parents want to see their children get sick with or without vaccination.
On the other side, the Big Pharma has also lost the trust of general public due to its profiteering and greed for money without caring about humans. They don’t tell people the truth (the whole truth) about their medicines/drugs. They lie or try to hide behind the ‘fine-print’ on every package cautioning people about the side-effects or harmful effects of most of the drugs they sell. They know fully well that their antibiotics have caused many deaths, deformities, disabilities and new diseases.

I, along with my other brothers and sisters) was never vaccinated because it was not the practice in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. My two children were born in Pakistan and I got them vaccinated for smallpox, hepatitis-B and one more thing (I don’t even remember … lol). It’s funny that we (parents) are still healthier and stronger than our young children who were vaccinated. But in our time, food items (especially milk, yogurt, wheat, corn, fruits and vegetables) were not (or less) contaminated than they are today. GM foods (Genetically Modified or altered) were not known to us, and life was much simpler for us than it is today.

I am quoting some arguments from both sides (pros & cons). Please study them carefully! Get first-hand information from family and friends who went through such situations and then make up your mind!


The Dangers of Vaccines & Vaccination:
Vaccination is a medical treatment administered to an otherwise healthy individual. Virtually all other invasive medical interventions occur only once someone has fallen ill. Vaccination, like most medical treatments, can involve some risk. And therefore it should be undertaken only after careful consideration of its risks versus its benefits.
The dangers of vaccines are real, can be substantial and life-long, and for some, life ending. Additionally vaccines:
  • have not been subject to toxicity studies for many of the ingredients such as aluminum and mercury, which are known neuro-toxins
  • have not been studied for adverse effects in the combinations in which they’re given (multiple shots in a single day for infants and children)
  • cannot be guaranteed to provide the benefit of immunity for which they are given
  • are used to “prevent” benign childhood diseases, diseases which actually “teach” the immune system how to work properly
Vaccines are “unavoidably unsafe” and contain “unavoidable” viruses, phages (viruses that infect bacteria), and contaminants. No other drug or medical product is similarly manufactured – if contaminants are found in them, the product is recalled. The FDA even recalls food when contaminants are found.
Some of the viruses contaminating vaccines have a known effect, as in the case of the simian virus SV-40 that causes cancer (see Cross-Species Contamination below). Other effects are unknown. In 1975 Gena Bari Kolata wrote an article[i] in the journal Science in which scientists at the FDA admit that all live virus vaccines are “grossly contaminated with phages,” even though it was against FDA regulations at that time. Rather than recall the vaccines, the FDA changed the rules so that a recall wouldn’t cause undue concern for parents. In 1987 the FDA decided this about vaccines: “seed virus used in manufacture shall be demonstrated to be free of extraneous microbial agents except for unavoidable bacteriophage.”[ii] Bovine (cow) serum is a frequently used vaccine growth medium and the most frequently contaminated animal serums with bacteriophage.
Vaccines have many other agents as well as the viruses and contaminants that can cause significant injury (see the full list below) to a child or adult. These injuries include brain swelling and permanent brain injury, seizures and convulsions, blood disorders, and even death. Since 1988 over 3.4 billion dollars in compensation has been paid by the federal government to vaccine victims. And yes, they have paid for autism. Studies have definitively shown that vaccines can result in autism, a disease that has increased from 1 in 10,000 in 1990, to 1 in 150 in 2000, to the current rate of 1 in 68 children. According to the CDC, the most recent numbers breakdown to 1 in 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls diagnosed with autism.

Vaccines Are Unavoidably Unsafe

According to the US Food and Drug Administration, safety assessments for vaccines have not often included toxicity studies because vaccines have not been viewed as inherently toxic. Yet vaccines are legally defined as unavoidably unsafe.
It is not just childhood vaccines that come with substantial risk. Influenza vaccines, vaccines for sexually transmitted diseases, and others contain similar risks for adverse events. Also troubling is that vaccination is recommended now for pregnant women, even though vaccine package inserts clearly state they have not been tested on pregnant women, so the effects on the fetus can’t be known.
In the 1960s only a handful of childhood vaccines were given. The current CDC recommended vaccine schedule for children now has over 30 vaccines by the time a child turns 6 and an additional potential for up to 30 more by the time they reach 18. Could this increase be linked to our declining health? For example, currently:
  • One in six children in the US has a learning disability
  • Over 50% suffer from some type of chronic illness.
  • Cancer is the leading cause of death in our children
  • Autism rates have soared from 1 in 10,000 in 1990 to 1 in 68 today
Since genetic mutations change slowly over generations, we must look to environmental causes for these changes. While other environmental toxins certainly are at play in these statistics, disregarding the potential role to the amounts of toxin injected into children through vaccines is not only bad public policy, it is bad science. By disregarding the role of vaccines in our statistics for infant mortality and chronic diseases, we could be doing more harm than good in mandating, or even advising, them.

Vaccine Adverse Effects: Known Risks

The list of adverse side effects for vaccines is long and troubling. A quick scan of the Vaccine Injury Table kept by the Health Resource Center for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reveals that compensation for injury is possible from a variety of the most common vaccines given to children.

Vaccine Damage Awareness
“Empty Stroller Walk” March 5, 2017

The most horrible experience any parent, and even a grandparent, can experience is the death of a beloved child, especially an infant and toddler.  The death is even more overwhelming when one realizes the child had succumbed following a vaccine or series of vaccinations given at ‘well baby’ visits, a time when pediatricians push vaccines.
Too many infants, toddlers and children of all ages experience extremely serious adverse reactions to vaccines, which the medical profession says are “coincidental” and “hushed up.”
Infant Ian Gromowski suffered a severe reaction to the Hepatitis B vaccine and you can see what happened to poor little Ian’s body here.
Sunday, March 5, 2017, will be observed as a Day of Remembrance to remember those children lost to vaccines by parents and grandparents participating in the “Empty Stroller Walk” down Main Street USA and in every town or city wherever you live around the world.  This is a global remembrance.
This Walk is the idea of grieving GRANDMOTHER Sherry Frady, who lost her granddaughter Bella to vaccination.  Sherry tells Bella’s story on “The Mary and Sallie Show.”
More information about the “Empty Stroller Walk” can be found at   and…

The Pro View:

In August 2011 the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released a report that examined eight childhood vaccines and potential side effects. It found that vaccines are largely safe and that side effects are usually very rare and minor.
Expert medical bodies including the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) urge parents to vaccinate their kids against 16 diseases. The CDC schedule for childhood vaccinations, which relies on recommendations from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and is endorsed by APP, is drawn up based on data detailing when the body’s immune system will mount the best response to the vaccine and, secondly, balanced against the need to protect kids at the earliest age possible. There is no scientific data suggesting a medical benefit from spacing out vaccines over a longer period than the official recommendations.

Proponents say that vaccination is safe and one of the greatest health developments of the 20th century. They point out that illnesses, including rubella, diphtheria, smallpox, polio, and whooping cough, are now prevented by vaccination and millions of children’s lives are saved. They contend adverse reactions to vaccines are extremely rare.

From: PublicHealth
CDC-Recommended Vaccinations:
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) maintains three schedules for recommended vaccinations: one for children 0-6 years old, another for children 7-18 years old, and a third for adults 19 and older. At first glance, the recommended vaccines can seem like a lot, but many are required to enroll in public schools and colleges, and there is a good reason for each one.
See below for the current CDC vaccination schedules, as well as information on each disease the vaccinations are protecting against.
DTaP: This vaccine helps prevent three diseases: diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis.
  • Who should get the vaccine? Everyone. A five-dose vaccine is available for children between the ages of two months and six years; teenagers should receive their next DTaP vaccination at age 19, and then every 10 years for the rest of their lives.
Diphtheria: An airborne infection caused by the Corynebacterium diphtheriae bacteria.
  • Transmission: The disease is spread person-to-person, usually through “respiratory droplets” secreted during a cough or sneeze. It may also spread from sores or lesions on the skin, as well as clothing or other items that have been contaminated from the discharge of lesions or sores.
  • Prognosis: Complications from diphtheria include airway blockage, cardiovascular damage, nerve inflammation/polyneuropathy, paralysis, lung infection, and death. One out of ten diphtheria patients who receive treatment do not survive the infection; without treatment, the disease has a mortality rate of 50%.
Tetanus: An infection caused by the Clostridium tetani bacteria.
  • Transmission: The tetanus bacteria lives in the soil, and is transmitted to humans through cuts or burns rendered from physical contact with contaminated surfaces or objects.
  • Prognosis: Complications from tetanus include laryngospasm (involuntary vocal chord contraction), fractured or broken bones, arterial blockage, pneumonia, and difficulty breathing. The mortality rate for tetanus is 10 to 20%.
Pertussis: An airborne respiratory infection, also known as whooping cough, caused by the Bordetella pertussis bacteria.
  • Transmission: The disease is spread person-to-person, usually through respiratory droplets from sneezing or coughing.
  • Prognosis: Although anyone may become seriously ill due to pertussis, infants are especially vulnerable. One in four young victims will develop pneumonia, one in 100 will die, and one in 300 will develop encephalopathy (brain swelling). In teens and adults, some of the most common complications include extreme weight loss, chronic nausea, and rib fractures caused by harsh coughing.
Hepatitis A: The vaccine for an acute viral disease that primarily affects the liver.
  • Transmission: Hepatitis A is transmitted through ingestion of fecal matter, usually from person-to-person contact or exposure to contaminated food and drink items.
  • Prognosis: The mortality rate for hepatitis A is relatively low, although liver failure is common among lifelong carriers.
Hepatitis B: The vaccine for an acute liver disease caused by exposure to the hepatitis B virus.
  • Transmission: Hepatitis B may be spread through blood, semen, vaginal fluid, or other bodily liquids; transmission most commonly occurs through sexual intercourse, childbirth (mother-to-child), and sharing of needles, razors, or other instruments that draw blood.
  • Prognosis: Although some people infected with hepatitis B will shed the disease as quickly as six months, others will develop lifelong chronic conditions; generally, younger victims are the most susceptible to developing chronic infections.
Hib: Haemophilus Influenza Type b: This vaccine helps prevent meningitis, pneumonia, bacteremia, and other infections caused by the Haemophilus influenzae type b bacteria.
  • Transmission: Hib is transmitted person-to-person through respiratory droplets secreted during sneezing or coughing.
  • Prognosis: Certain Hib strains can live within the body for extended periods of time without causing an infection; major complications occur when the infection enters areas of the body usually free of germs, such as the blood or spinal fluid. Advanced complications include mental deterioration/brain damage, loss of limbs, and death.
HPV: Human Papillomavirus: A sexually transmitted disease linked to cancers in the female reproductive system.
  • Transmission: HPV is spread through sexual contact, usually through the genitals or anus.
  • Prognosis: The immune systems of roughly 90% of carriers will suppress HPV within two years. But as stated above, male and female carriers may develop serious infections (such as cancer) from exposure to HPV.
Influenza: The vaccination for an airborne infection commonly referred to as ‘the flu.’
  • Transmission: Influenza is a highly contagious airborne illness caused by the influenza virus, and is spread by exposure to infected individuals who are coughing, sneezing, or simply speaking.
  • Prognosis: Most individuals who contract influenza will experience a period of severe sickness that can last up to one or two weeks. High-risk populations, including the elderly, infants, and individuals with chronic diseases, are susceptible to advanced symptoms, which include death.
MMR: This vaccine helps prevent three diseases: measles, mumps, and rubella.
  • Measles: A highly contagious respiratory disease caused by the measles virus.
    • Transmission: Measles is an airborne disease spread through exposure to infected individuals who are coughing, sneezing, and/or breathing.
    • Prognosis: If untreated, measles can lead to ear infection, pneumonia, and death.
  • Mumps: An airborne disease caused by the mumps virus.
    • Transmission: Mumps is spread person-to-person through saliva or mucus in the nose, mouth, or throat.
    • Prognosis: If untreated, mumps can lead to swelling of the cheek and jaw, as well as inflammation of the testicles, ovaries, breasts, brain tissue, and spinal cord.
  • Rubella: An acute viral infection, also known as German measles, that can cause a serious rash.
    • Transmission: Rubella is usually spread through exposure to respiratory droplets secreted through coughing or sneezing by infected individuals.
    • Prognosis: Pregnant women who contract rubella may produce children with birth defects (including deafness, cataracts, and mental retardation).
Meningococcal: The vaccine that helps prevent the respiratory disease known as meningococcal meningitis (also known as meningococcus), which is caused by the Neisseria meningitidis bacteria.
  • Transmission: Meningococcal is most commonly spread through saliva during kissing and sexual activity.
  • Prognosis: Meningococcal meningitis is often treated with antibiotics if detected right away, and a lumbar puncture (or ‘spinal tap’) treatment may follow; in many cases, however, the disease will have spread throughout the body by the time antibiotics are administered. Long-term complications include brain damage, loss of limbs, and death.
Polio: This vaccine helps prevent polio, an infection caused by a virus that originates in the throat and intestinal tract.
  • Transmission: Polio is spread by person-to-person contact, although it is rarely encountered today.
  • Prognosis: If untreated, polio can lead to permanent disability, partial or full paralysis, and death.
PPSV: Pneumococcal Polysaccharide: This vaccine helps prevent 23 different strains of the Pneumococcal bacteria.
  • Transmission: Pneumococcal is spread person-to-person through mucus, saliva, and other respiratory fluids.
  • Prognosis: Although most cases are mild, advanced complications may include hearing loss, brain damage, and death. Young children and the elderly are considered especially vulnerable.
Rotavirus: This is the vaccine for rotavirus, a disease that causes gastroenteritis (a painful inflammation in the digestive system).
  • Transmission: Rotavirus is transmitted from person-to-person via the feces or stool of infected children and adults.
  • Prognosis: Dehydration is the biggest concern with rotavirus; many patients are required to obtain IV treatment at a hospital. Infants, young children, and individuals with pre-existing medical conditions are considered to run the greatest risk for rotavirus.
Shingles: This vaccine helps prevent shingles, a skin condition caused by the herpes zoster virus that has been linked to exposure to varicella (chickenpox).
Transmission: Shingles cannot be transmitted from person-to-person, but herpes zoster can, and is usually spread through the fluid of herpes zoster blisters.
  • Prognosis: The most common complication of shingles is postherpetic neuralgia (PHN), a persistent pain where shingles blisters once occurred. Shingles may also lead to vision problems, pneumonia, brain inflammation, and death.
Varicella: This is the vaccine used to treat the condition varicella (also known as chickenpox).
  • Transmission: The virus is spread person-to-person by mucus, saliva, or fluid from chickenpox blisters.
  • Prognosis: Serious complications of chickenpox can include pneumonia, infections of the joints and bones, inflammation of the brain, and toxic shock syndrome. Adults may also acquire shingles later in life due to exposure to chickenpox.

Sunday, 5 March 2017

HYPOCRISY & DOUBLE GAME: Ethics of American Politics.

Ethics Of American Politics
Dems vs Trump
‘Talking To Russians’ Is A Crime,
But Taking Money From
Russian Firms Is Not!

(M. Javed Naseem)

(Thomas Jefferson)
Double Game!
Any contact or connection with Daesh (IS)
is a crime and makes you a terrorist but
having secret meetings with Daesh
(‘moderate rebels’) in Syria is perfectly fine!

Do anything (or everything) against the teachings of Moses and Jesus Christ, and keep claiming to be a good Jew or a Christian, respectively, while calling others (who don’t collaborate) ‘anti-Christ’! That’s how the Fascists and neo-Nazi war-mongers of the modern era operate. They use the same old formula of ‘keep lying to the extent until it stops sounding like a lie, and is accepted as a normal truth’. Lying and deceiving is what corrupt politicians and businessmen are doing for years. They run secret governments within governments and hide behind the laws that protect them.

Such people create fake enemies to start wars and invade other nations. For example, Daesh (IS) was installed and then declared an open enemy and anybody having any sort of contact or connection with them is considered a terrorist – an enemy. But having a secret command conference with Daesh “moderate rebels” in Syria is perfectly fine for some (because they are friends?). The enemies of America are not those who are working against the interests of American people. The enemies of America are those who oppose corrupt bankers or profit-hungry corporations. The enemies of America are those who do not surrender to the Deep State – the secret government; or those who refuse to collaborate in pursuit of a hidden agenda. The media ‘presstitutes’ label them as anti-America, anti-Christ, anti-social or even simply Muslims to be arrested as terrorists.

Senator John McCain (R-Arizona) made a secret trip to a Kurdish-held region in northern Syria last weekend to speak with US military officials, rebel fighters, and leaders in the region. On Wednesday, Julie Tarallo, a spokeswoman for McCain, confirmed that he’d made the trip, calling it a “valuable opportunity to assess dynamic conditions on the ground in Syria and Iraq”.
After McCain left the area, Israel dropped some bombs on the Syrian Arab Army positions in order to give Daesh some respite from the 24/7 government operations. An Israeli warplane conducted an airstrike over the western countryside of Damascus, targeting the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) positions in the Qalamoun Mountains near the Lebanese border.

A Syrian Army source told Al-Masdar that the Israeli warplane had crossed into Syria after flying over Lebanon’s Arsal Barrens, where both Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State (ISIS) are headquartered in the eastern Beqa’a Governorate.

The Syrian Army source added that the specific location of the attack was in the Jard Nalhleh area of the Qalamoun Mountains.
This is very interesting! The Israelis flew over ISIS and al-Qaeda positions — but saved their bombs for the Syrians. Amazing!

Donald Trump on Twitter:
Some very interesting tweets!

We should start an immediate investigation into and his ties to Russia and Putin. A total hypocrite!

President Trump @POTUS
I hereby demand a second investigation, after Schumer, of Pelosi for her close ties to Russia, and lying about it. 

Donald J. TrumpVerified account @realDonaldTrump
Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my "wires tapped" in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!
Donald J. TrumpVerified account @realDonaldTrump
How low has President Obama gone to tap my phones during the very sacred election process. This is Nixon/Watergate. Bad (or sick) guy!

I'd bet a good lawyer could make a great case out of the fact that President Obama was tapping my phones in October, just prior to Election!
Donald J. TrumpVerified account @realDonaldTrump
Is it legal for a sitting President to be "wire tapping" a race for president prior to an election? Turned down by court earlier. A NEW LOW!
Donald J. TrumpVerified account @realDonaldTrump 47m47 minutes ago
Is it true the DNC would not allow the FBI access to check server or other equipment after learning it was hacked? Can that be possible?
Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump
Just out: The same Russian Ambassador that met Jeff Sessions visited the Obama White House 22 times, and 4 times last year alone.

Who was it that secretly said to Russian President, "Tell Vladimir that after the election I'll have more flexibility?"

FAKE NEWS media knowingly doesn't tell the truth. A great danger to our country. The failing has become a joke. Likewise . Sad!

‘Covert Geopolitics’ writes:

Decapitating Trump:
Deep State Wants to Eliminate AG Jeff Sessions Next
(Pub.: March 2, 2017)

The deeply embedded permanent residents of the Corporatocracy disguising as a Republic are now moving into the removal of Trump’s attorney general Jeff Sessions with the same formula they’ve successfully used against National Security Advisor Mike Flynn, i.e.…
‘Talking to the evil Russians’.
What this means is that, one by one, the Trump government will be decapitated from its first cabinet choices, and soon, his government will be populated by those who can serve everybody’s interest except that of the people’s.
The bottom line really is that, while it’s a ” threat to the national security of the US when any member of the Trump government is talking to any Russian national,” having a command conference with Daesh “moderate rebels” in Syria is perfectly fine.

In fact, they could even afford to extend an Oscars award and a Nobel Peace Prize nomination to the terror medics known as the White Helmets for its realistic production in the war-torn Syria.

Here’s a video:

Hillary Clinton’s Cozy Conversation With Putin Is Fine,
But Donald Trump’s Talking To Putin Becomes A Crime!

‘Breitbart’ states:
This is not to mention that no less than the defeated Hillary Clinton had a cozy conversation with the “very interesting conversationalist” Vladimir Putin inside his “inner sanctum.”

“So we go down the stairs, we go down this long hall, we go into this private inner sanctum. All of his, you know, very beefy security guys are there, they all jump up at attention, you know, they punch a code, he goes through a heavily-armed door,” she reportedly narrated. “And then we’re in an inner, inner sanctum with, you know, just this long, wooden table, and then further back, there’s a desk and the biggest map of Russia I ever saw. And he starts talking to me about, you know, the habitat of the tigers and the habitat of the seals and the whales.”

Earlier that year, Clinton reportedly dismissed the possibility of Putin’s military buildup being a threat to the United States. “I last saw [Putin] in Vladivostok where I represented President Obama in September for the Asia Pacific economic community,” she allegedly said in remarks at Sanford Bernstein. “I sat next to him. He’s an engaging and, you know, very interesting conversationalist.”

“We talked about a lot of issues that were not the hot-button issues between us, you know, his view on missile defense, which we think is misplaced because, you know, we don’t believe that there will be a threat from Russia,” she continued.

So, if Russia is really not a threat, what are these people up to?
The answer to that question may require us to go centuries back when Russia, or the people that would be called as Russians today, destroyed the Kingdom of Khazaria.
Nonetheless, Hillary Clinton did not view Putin as the enemy after the Russian government reportedly “donated” a considerable amount in exchange for the approval of its purchase of US uranium assets.
  • For the Russians to buy that Canadian company, it would require the approval of the Obama administration, including Hillary’s State Department, because uranium is a strategically important commodity;
  • Nine shareholders in ‘Uranium-One’ just happened to provide more than $145 million in donations to the Clinton Foundation in the run-up to State Department approval;
  • Some of the donations, including those from the Chairman of Uranium-One, Ian Teler, were kept secret, even though the Clintons promised to disclose all donations;
  • Hillary’s State Department approved the deal;
  • The Russian government now owns 20 percent of U.S. uranium assets.
In short, here was what you might call a radioactive scandal. It included secret donations, the Russian government, foreign financiers, more than $145 million, and Bill and Hillary Clinton. And this was just two chapters of the book.
And yet, one year later, Hillary Clinton has never once been asked about this controversial uranium deal by the national media. It never came up during the many Democratic Party presidential debates; never during any of her media appearances on cable news or network television; never by print journalists who are covering her campaign. (See:

That article comes from the Chief Strategist Steve Bannon’s Breitbart site, which means that Trump knows the whole Uranium One-Clinton Foundation radioactive story.

We are not the biggest Trump fanatics, but the persistency of the attacks being lodged at his direction is making this divisive president look more anti-establishment than he really is, i.e. he has assured that oil and military arms industry will have their heyday during his term.
Aside from the banking and pharmaceutical sectors, the oil and arms industries are what’s keeping the Khazarian Deep State afloat. By hitting at each other’s actions, are these people just showing us their great acting skills?

“Regime-Change” Politics
From: Covert Geopolitics (New World Disorder), Pub.: January 6, 2017.

US, UK Paid “White Helmets” Help Al-Qaeda
Blocking Water To 5 Million Syrians

The blockade of water from Wadi Barada to 5 million people in Damascus is taking an interesting turn. The U.S. and UK financed White Helmet organization seems to be directly involved in it. This increases the suspicion that the illegal blockade of water to civilians in Damascus is part of a organized campaign under U.S. command. The campaign is designed to block utilities to government held areas as revenge for the liberation of east Aleppo.

But, according to Vanessa Beeley, a peace activist and reporter focusing on the Middle East for 21st Century Wire, the White Helmets are actually an invention of foreign interest groups hoping to destabilize the Syrian government by creating propaganda that supports military intervention by the U.S. and its allies.
According to her report, published on Wednesday, the group focuses its efforts only on areas held by al-Qaida and Jabhat al-Nusra, Syria’s al-Qaida affiliate also known as the Nusra Front. They ignore atrocities carried out by these groups, which are propped up by Western aid and weapons, while creating media-friendly images of victims of Assad’s bombing of rebel-held areas.

Beeley quotes journalist Rick Sterling, who called the group “highly effective manipulators”:

“White Helmets’ primary function is propaganda.
White Helmets demonizes the Assad government
and encourages direct foreign intervention.”

How shameless and how ‘democratic’! As a matter of fact, anything goes as long as it serves the interests of the ‘ruling elite’, including toppling foreign governments in the name of ‘democratic regime change’! That’s a new political notion.