firstname.lastname@example.org This video is by a soldier in the US who just came back from a swine flu drill. She gives her warning and dates that they WILL do this to all of us. Please do your own due diligence on this document she shows at the end. We can see what the Endgame is for these people controlling the financial markets. They want to kill most of us and have the rest of us "enjoy their servitude" The apocalypse is now and we can finally see what has been going on behind the curtain.
OK so it seems a bit over the top, but if it turns out to be true, you heard it here.
My vaccination story: I got a flu vaccine one year ... got pneumonia and was sick for 6 months before I figured out something was wrong with my body not my head. Never got one since and won't.The doctor said at the time that if you get your vaccine later in the season as I did, the virus may have already mutated to 'next year's flu' and you may be more susceptible to it.
That's exactly what they are saying now about H1N1(swine flu): If you got last year's flu vaccine then you are more susceptible to H1N1 this year. The flu viruses get more severe every year.
WHY WOULD ANYONE EVER GET A VACCINE ANY YEAR THAT'S GOING TO MAKE THEM MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO A MORE VIRULENT DISEASE THE NEXT YEAR?
No thanks. I'll take my chances with the flu.
Oh ...did you hear? The H1N1 vaccine isn't ready and will be late ... already well into flu season. All the people who got last year's vaccine are now getting sick with swine flu. What you want to bet that by the time the vaccine is ready, the virus will be mutated to next year's strain? In other words, the (late) swine flu vaccine will not protect you from anything and in fact will make it more certain that lots of people will get very sick this year.
I think it's a racket propogated for profit by big pharma, and maybe by megalomaniacs ... who the heck knows.
I haven't packed my survival kit yet though.
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Why is Six Nations funding Canadian taxpayers? Well summer's almost over, school has started again, and the Brantford Expositor is still publishing Gary Horsnell's dumb questions that he could find answers to if he tried. Of course, finding answers is not what Horsnell's about as he's a truth twister ... as friend satori says ... "trying to intellectualize bigotry". Here are Horsnell's questions, and some answers ...
Brantford Expositor Why are taxpayers funding Six Nations? In a recent Expositor article, Bill Montour, the chief of the Six Nations of the Grand River elected band council, said the Six Nations spent about $70 million to run the reserve, which has about 17,000 people. That works out to about $4,117.64 per person. The article also said that Brant County's budget was $110 million for 35,000 people. That works out to $3,142.85 per person. The City of Brantford, on its website, shows the 2009 net municipal budget is $110.3 million for a population of about 90,000 people. That works out to about $1,226 per person. How come the Six Nations spends so much more per person per year to run the reserve than Brant council to run the county or Brantford council to run the city?Apples and oranges: Municipal budgets and Six Nations' budgets are not directly comparable. Six Nations budget includes funding for all services, whether federally, provincially or locally funded. Municipal budgets, for example, do not include EDUCATION and HEALTH CARE, major services funded directly by the province, while Six Nations' provides those services and others out of its budget. In Ontario, $42.6b (43%) of the provincial budget goes to Health Care and $14.2 billion (14%) to Education. On that basis alone, one would expect that Six Nations budget, per capita, would be at least more than twice that of a municipality. The correct comparison would be municipal + provincial + federal funding per capita in Brant County and Brantford compared to Six Nations budget per capita. I'll leave Mr. Horsnell to do the math on that, and at the same time figure out why Brant County's funding per capita is so much higher than Six Nations and Brantford!
Much of the money the Six Nations spends to run the reserve flows from taxpayers outside of the reserve through Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) to the reserve. But why does the Crown use money from taxpayers to fund the Six Nations? The Crown bought the land along the Grand River from the Mississauga Indians on May 22, 1784. Later, on Oct. 25, 1784, Governor Haldimand issued a proclamation, which allowed Mohawk leader Joseph Brant and his Six Nations followers to settle on and use the Crown land along the Grand River. Then, in 1793, Governor Simcoe issued his letter patent to the Six Nations for land along the Grand River. But the Haldimand Proclamation and the Simcoe Patent do not mention anything about the Crown funding the Six Nations. The people of the Six Nations of the Grand River were expected to sustain and support themselves on the land they were allowed to occupy along the Grand River. Nevertheless, INAC and other government agencies have been sending money from taxpayers to the Six Nations of the Grand River for decades. INAC funds infrastructure and programs on the reserve and Canadian government agencies have provided money for water treatment, a dialysis clinic, other structures and programs and recently $1.99 million for the Kayanase ECO Centre. So, why do INAC and other Canadian government agencies send money from taxpayers to the Six Nations of the Grand River to fund infrastructure and programs on the reserve, when the Six Nations was expected to sustain itself and there is no treaty or agreement I can find which calls for the Crown to use money from taxpayers to fund the reserve? Garry Horsnell Brantford Article ID# 1736187Mr. Horsnell, not surprisingly for a truth twister, makes no mention of the fact that the Crown somehow subsequently 'assumed' for itself about 95% of the Haldimand Tract excluding only the current Six Nations reserve lands. Proceeds from the settlement of that land, leases or sales, were to be deposited in Six Nations trust fund maintained by the federal government, for them to draw on for the needs of their community. Somehow, the federal government cannot, or refuses to, account for the Six Nations trust fund. That is why Six Nations is currently pursuing 29 legal claims against the federal government. It is known that Six Nations trust fund was embezzled by the Crown to build Osgoode Hall, the Welland Canal, and other infrastructure. It is also known that while Six Nations Band Council received $46m in federal and provincial funding this year, Six Nations people and businesses paid well over $140m to Canada/Ontario in taxes! It is thus more accurate to ask: WHY IS SIX NATIONS FUNDING CANADIAN TAXPAYERS?