Sunday, September 20, 2009

corbett report: episode099 - know your vaccines

corbett report: episode099 - know your vaccinesfrom corbett report: The swine flu hysteria is reaching a crescendo and the vaccine propaganda is ratcheting up. We're being told that tens of thousands are going to die...but will it be from the (so far) relatively benign flu or the squalene adjuvants in the vaccine itself? Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we ask whether the cure is worse than the disease.

download episode099 [53.4mb mp3]

related video: new id cards for foreigners in japan
from corbett report: On top of being fingerprinted and photographed each time they enter the country and being forced to carry a government-issued ID card at all times, non-Japanese residing in Japan will soon have IC chips implanted in their ID cards, a move which human rights activists point out will allow police and government officials to remotely track and trace the movements of foreigners in the country. In a recent interview with The Corbett Report, Arudou Debito—a naturalized Japanese citizen and campaigner for the rights of non-Japanese in Japan—warned of the dangers inherent in this technology. "Why is tracking of people necessary?[...]Whatever you enforce upon a segment of the population is going to be material to enforce upon the rest of the population," he said. Watch the interview in the video below:

previous episode: 098 - weaponized psychology

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