Pandemrix swine flu vaccination linked to Bulbar ALS disease in Sweden

May 25, 2012

The governments of Ireland, Norway, Sweden and Finland have already confirmed thousands of cases of the sleeping disorder narcolepsy among people who took the swine flu Pandemrix vaccination in 2009.

Now, eight cases of people suffering from Bulbar amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a motor neurone disease, after taking a Pandemrix jab have emerged in Sweden. Read the rest of this entry »

“Health” – a booklet everyone should read

May 25, 2012

Like so many doctors who have spoken out against the “medical mafia”, Canadian doctor Ghislaine Lanctot had her licence removed and was subjected to vilification.

However, she used the challenges she faced as a spring board for reflection and evolution and went on to reinvent herself as a philospher-healer.

I just finished reading her new booklet on “Health” and found it very stimulating and also amusing. As the western world faces the breakdown of the medical industrial complex, the question arises: what will replace it? How will we heal ourselves in the future? Read the rest of this entry »

Swiss expert compares euro crisis to a war

May 25, 2012

A leading Swiss financial expert Felix Zulauf has called the euro currency a “fantasy project” and warned that it is bringing “unending suffering to Europe”.

Zulauf compared the euro crisis to a war, destroying “economic structures, companies and existences” in an interview for the WirtschaftsWoche to be printed on Saturday. Read the rest of this entry »

Austrian Finance Minister joins major front against eurobonds

May 25, 2012

Austria’s ÖVP Finance Minister Maria Fekter has dismissed as “nonsense” French President Francois Hollande’s call for eurobonds in a refreshing show of honesty.

Fekter was rightly criticised for her tough talk about immigrants when she was Interior Minister. She surely will not be criticised for her tough talk about eurobonds by anyone who is clued in on what eurobonds really mean.

Eurobonds spell the total destruction of the value of the pensions and salaries and money of everyone in the eurozone by means of hyperinflation engineered to pay the interest on the growing national bankster debt. Read the rest of this entry »

Alexis Tsiparas says bankster bailout was a national “catastrophe”

May 25, 2012

With polls predicting Syriza in Greece could win 30% of the vote in the upcoming election on June 17th, and with concrete plans in place for Greece to leave the eurozone within the space of 46 hours, it is worthwhile reading the excellent interview with Syriza leader Alexis Tsiparas in The Guardian:


Far right politician Martin Graz accused of swindling 90-year-old lady of fortune

May 25, 2012

*FPÖ politician Martin Graz accused of impoverishing a 90-year-as part of a millioneuro fraud in a new scandal embroiling corrupt far right cabal

*Used million euros to buy building housing his brother’s cafe, leaving the elderly woman with only 5000 euros to live on in 2008

*FPÖ leader Strache defends brazen fraud of Graf

*Cafe Graf in Döbling is also the cafe I unwittingly met FPÖ health spokesperson Dagmar Belakowitsch Jenewein in 2009 to discuss the Baxter bird flu contamination case

*She said Strache had told her not to probe Baxter, and I received no help from the FPÖ — or any other political party — as part of my pandemic vaccination warning campaign in spite of FPÖ claims of patriotic

There is a cafe in the Billrothstrasse 17 in Döbling, Vienna, which has hit on hard times. It’s called the Cafe Graf and happens to be owned by the brother of leading far-right Freedom politician, Martin Graf.

So what does Martin Graf do? Read the rest of this entry »

Austrian Defence Minister makes inflammatory anti-Israeli remarks: Darabos plans to recruit more prisoners in jails to serve in new Austrian army

May 25, 2012

The Simon Wiesenthal centre has accused Globalist puppet and Austrian SPÖ  Defence Minister Norbert Darabos of anti Semtism after Darabos made personal remarks belittling the Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman.

The Simon Wiesenthal centre’s call for Darabos to resign will, I am sure, be supported by many people in Austria, including myself.

Darabos seems to be willing to use even criminal methods in his push to abolish conscription and set up a voluntary army. Conscripts cannot be sent abroad to fight in theatres of operation such as Africa while professional soldiers can. In fact, Darabos has just  offered to send more soldiers to  Syria and also on a new mission in Mali. Read the rest of this entry »