Netflix Animation Pushes Pedophilia and Child Pornography

According to Vanity Fair, the child 'frequently masturbates with her favorite childhood toy, a stuffed worm.'

by Caldron Pool

In 2008 an Australian man was convicted of possessing child pornography, fined $3,000 and required to enter a two-year good behavior bond in relation to each offence.

The pornographic content in the man’s possession comprised of a series of cartoons depicting underage characters from The Simpsons engaging in sex acts.

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Ex USAF Colonel & Boeing Engineer Explains What Happened During Apollo 13

When it comes to astronauts, it’s amusing how a select few receive media attention, and it’s usually the ones that attempt to debunk the UFO / extraterrestrial phenomena.

On the other hand, we have a plethora of astronauts, perhaps even more than 50 percent of them in the United States, who have told the world that they know for a fact that UFOs are real, and that some of them are piloted by beings from somewhere else in the universe.

Why is it that these astronauts don’t receive much attention, why are their words not taken as credible, and why are astronauts who debunk these claims instantaneously believed? Definitely strange to say the least.

The video below, however, is not from an astronaut, but a testimony from Colonel Ross Dedrickson. His testimony, as well as obituary states:

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FDA Turned Your $10 Supplement into a $40,000 Drug

Earlier this year, we told you about an FDA back-channel that allows drug companies to turn supplements into drugs — and remove the supplement versions from the market.

This has happened to a popular and medically important version of vitamin B6 (pyridoxamine), and with the FDA’s approval of a new drug to treat sickle cell anemia, the same could happen to L-glutamine.

Unless we close a back-channel at the FDA, more and more supplements will be turned into expensive drugs, and consumers won’t be able to manage their health cheaply and naturally with the supplement versions.

Last year, the FDA announced the approval of Endari, a drug for sickle cell disease. Endari is an oral powder comprised of L-glutamine, an important amino acid currently available as a supplement.

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Study: 42% of Children Under 6 in West Germany Come from Migrants

A 2-year study carried out by the German Federal Statistical Office has revealed both a huge increase in the number of migrants coming to Germany as well as a significant trend of native Germans moving abroad.

The population shift is seen most significantly in western Germany, where 42% of children under the age of 6 come from a migrant background.

In 2018, the data shows that 249,000 Germans left the country to live abroad, while only 167,000 returned, leaving a net outflow of 82,000 natives.

This trend has, according to the data, continued since 2005. Birth and death rates contribute further to the German population problem.

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India Is Allegedly Polio-Free But Cases of "Non-Polio" Paralysis Are Abundant

The Indian Institute of Health Management and Research, University, Jaipur, said that despite India being polio-free, the growing cases of [allegedly] non-polio acute flaccid paralysis is a huge cause of concern.

India was declared free of the wild polio virus in January 2011 however cases of flaccid paralysis continue to be reported in thousands from across the country.

“Inspite of the WHO declaring India polio-free, there has been an increase in the cases of non-polio paralysis. It is a huge cause of concern,” said Dr SD Gupta, president, IIHMR University.

In 2004, 12,000 cases of [allegedly] non-polio paralysis were reported which increased to 53,563 cases by 2012.

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Cuba Has a Lung Cancer Vaccine. Many U.S. Patients Can’t Get it Without Breaking the Law

George Keays is not a rogue kind of a man. A Colorado real estate agent and grandfather of three, the 65-year-old practices yoga and meditates regularly.

by Sally Jacobs

But the U.S. government, he says, has left him no choice but to break the law. If, that is, he intends to stay alive.

Keays has stage 4 lung cancer. As his treatment options appeared to be dwindling this fall, he went to Cuba for a vaccine treatment despite a federal law that prohibits Americans from going there for health care.

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Senator Sentenced to 15 Years for Child Sex Trafficking and Child Porn

Oklahoma state senator, Ralph Shortey, has been sentenced to fifteen years in prison after he was caught with horrific child porn and sex trafficking an underage boy.

by Matt Agorist

Over a year has passed since Oklahoma state senator, Ralph Shortey, was busted for child sex trafficking and now, on Monday, he’s finally been sentenced to prison.

U.S. District Judge Timothy DeGiusti handed down a 15 year sentence to Ralph Shortey, 36, who faced sentences of between 10 years and life in prison.

DeGiusti also ordered Shortey to serve 10 years of supervised probation once he is released from prison and said he will impose a fine on the former two-term lawmaker at a later date. The fine could be up to $250,000, according to NBC.

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When Aldous Huxley Left This World Tripping on LSD, Experiencing "the Most Serene, the Most Beautiful Death"

When Aldous Huxley, Dying of Cancer, Left This World Tripping on LSD, Experiencing “the Most Serene, the Most Beautiful Death” (1963)

The “spiritual adepts” of Tibet’s modern period, writes Huston Smith in his comprehensive introduction to the Bardo Thodol, or “The Tibetan Book of the Dead”, “were inner-world adventurers of the highest daring, the Tibetan equivalent of our astronauts — I think it is worth coining the term ‘psychonaut’ to describe them.

“They personally voyaged to the furthest frontiers of that universe which their society deemed vital to explore: the inner frontiers of consciousness itself, in all its transformations in life and beyond death.”

Western modernity — its energies focused entirely on shaping, subduing, and expropriating the material world — did not begin to take such complex inner journeys seriously until the 20th century.

When it did, it did so largely through the popular influence of pioneers like Aldous Huxley and Timothy Leary, who introduced the inner journey through a syncretism of Eastern spirituality, Indigenous religious practices, and psychotropic drug use — something of an accelerated course to the frontiers of consciousness for those who had failed for so long to investigate its limits.

Laura and Aldous Huxley

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