Every once in a while these articles get changed around a bit. I sometimes take the initiative to change them back.
When I ventured on to the Internet in October 2016, I was sick and getter sicker. Some of you knew me and were concerned. Thank you for that.
I kept going to MDs to look for solutions but found none. MDs put me on a few pharmaceutical products until I refused more.
I had constant UTIs, Autoimmune Disease, a galloping heart, failing kidneys, and I was well aware of where my liver was located because it always hurt so bad. I suffered intense insomnia, anxiety and a bevy of other conditions, and was distinctly aware that those wearing those white coats were giving me the brush-off.
I marched to the medical drummer, did everything I was told, and never returned to good health or even improved. It was obvious I was dying so I stopped. Stopped what, you say? I stopped listening to MDs.
I stopped taking pharmaceutical products—some right away and some slowly and I’ll be damned if I didn’t improve. The pain I was experiencing 24/7 stopped. I had been taking a pharmaceutical product for insomnia and when I stopped that and a few others, I slept for five weeks.
My kidneys improved; my liver inflammation cleared up [but it took over two years]; my mind cleared and drastically improved; I was able to maintain my core body temperature and more.
I wrote this:
I began to rely on scientists rather than MDs for answers to my health problems. Dr. Stephanie Seneff of MIT help me figure out my Reactive Hypoglycemia. There were others instrumental in saving my life [and making it better.]
The most astounding thing I’ve experienced is [after having personally experienced all this] I’m being called a conspiracy theorist. I have two words for those people.
So where am I going with all this?
I’ve written most of my personal near-death and life experiences here and sometimes there.
I’m up against it now because politicians are trying to pass laws that will force-feed me the very things that were killing me.
The link to the proposed law is HERE
The most frightening thing I’ve learned in the past three years is that these people are lying. I mean really, really lying. They are reviving this:
Yes—this is how it all started in Nazi Germany. It’s a shocker, I know.
Those of you who know me, remember me?
I am a truth-teller.
I hold honesty and integrity above all things. Some of you hate me for it but that’s okay. The truth is important to me and always has been.
SO HERE IT IS:
The Nuremberg Code. I found a link to an article in the New England Journal of Medicine that I had saved it in a word doc long ago.
The link is here:
Why are they suppressing this information? They are asserting these toxic products do not violate The Nuremberg Code.
About six lines down, Dr. John Moreno says, “The Nuremberg Code is about human experiments, not vaccination.”
I assert that these shots are nothing more than toxic shots laced with viral material to legitimize them as vaccines. I demand these shots be tested against saline placebos.
They are not and have not been tested against saline placebos for many decades. They are tested against another [non-saline compared] vaccine or a toxic chemical component of vaccines.
And no, I’m not talking about efficacy, I’m talking about safety.
The above list contains ALL ingredients that have been removed from the main list because they were reclassified.
These shots are experiments—not vaccinations. The killing and maiming of our children and adults must stop.
September 29, 2014
The United States has a higher infant mortality rate than any of the other 27 wealthy countries, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control. A baby born in the U.S. is nearly three times as likely to die during her first year of life as one born in Finland or Japan. That same American baby is about twice as likely to die in her first year as a Spanish or Korean one.
Despite healthcare spending levels that are significantly higher than any other country in the world, a baby born in the U.S. is less likely to see his first birthday than one born in Hungary, Poland or Slovakia. Or in Belarus. Or in Cuba, for that matter.
The U.S. rate of 6.1 infant deaths per 1,000 live births masks considerable state-level variation. If Alabama were a country, its rate of 8.7 infant deaths per 1,000 would place it slightly behind Lebanon in the world rankings. Mississippi, with its 9.6 deaths, would be somewhere between Botswana and Bahrain.
We’re the wealthiest nation in the world. How did we end up like this?
New research, in a draft paper from Alice Chen of the University of South California, Emily Oster of the University of Chicago, and Heidi Williams of MIT, offers up some clues. They note that the infant mortality gap between the U.S. and other wealthy nations has been persistent — and is poorly understood.
One factor, according to the paper: “Extremely preterm births recorded in some places may be considered a miscarriage or still birth in other countries. Since survival before 22 weeks or under 500 grams is very rare, categorizing these births as live births will inflate reported infant mortality rates (which are reported as a share of live births).”
Oster and her colleagues found that this reporting difference accounts for up to 40 percent of the U.S. infant mortality disadvantage relative to Austria and Finland. This is somewhat heartening.
But what about that other 60 percent?
“Most striking,” they write, “the US has similar neonatal mortality but a substantial disadvantage in postneonatal mortality” compared to Austria and Finland. In other words, mortality rates among infants in their first days and weeks of life are similar across all three countries. But as infants get older, a mortality gap opens between the U.S. and the other countries, and widens considerably. You can see this clearly in the chart below.
Digging deeper into these numbers, Oster and her colleagues found that the higher U.S. mortality rates are due “entirely, or almost entirely, to high mortality among less advantaged groups.” To put it bluntly, babies born to poor moms in the U.S. are significantly more likely to die in their first year than babies born to wealthier moms.
In fact, infant mortality rates among wealthy Americans are similar to the mortality rates among wealthy Fins and Austrians. The difference is that in Finland and Austria, poor babies are nearly as likely to survive their first years as wealthy ones. In the U.S. – land of opportunity – that is starkly not the case: “there is tremendous inequality in the US, with lower education groups, unmarried and African-American women having much higher infant mortality rates,” the authors conclude.
One way of understanding these numbers is by noting that most American babies, regardless of socio-economic status, are born in hospitals. And while in the hospital, American infants receive exceedingly good care – our neo-natal intensive care units are among the best in the world. This may explain why mortality rates in the first few weeks of life are similar in the U.S., Finland and Austria.
But the differences arise after infants are sent home. Poor American families have considerably less access to quality healthcare as their wealthier counterparts.
One measure of the Affordable Care Act’s success, then, will be whether it leads to improvements in the infant mortality rate. Oster and her colleagues note that Obamacare contains provisions to expand post-natal home nurse visits, which are fairly common in Europe.
Research like this drives home the notion that economic debates in this country – about inequality, poverty, healthcare – aren’t just policy abstractions. There are real lives at stake.
I have a brilliant mind. The only reason I do not have a Ph.D. or two or more is that I declined a free pass to medical in 1976 to take care of my vaccine-induced brain-damaged toddler.
Mainstream Media is owned by industry. You probably don’t want to know even a fraction of how they are pulling the wool over your eyes. I’ve experienced it first-hand in trying to get stories out about these toxic shots.
I started this journey here. I regained some health through writing and exploring and studying. I worked hard to try to understand why saving my own life was an apparently criminal act.
I sought to save yours.
I sought to save what was left of my sons. I found out how bad those toxic shots are and tried to do my part in stopping them. I easily recognize children harmed by them and I’ll tell you, it makes me cry.
In February of 2019, I begged a journalist to do the research. His answer to me was clear and terrifying:
I deserve to live. I deserve to keep breathing. I’ve lived a goodly life.
Please don’t say to me the same as this man did.
Copyright January 2021 by Joyce Bowen
The Nuremberg Code
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If you download The Nuremberg Code, understand you have to do something with it. Please e-mail these folks below:
It’s actually time to stop talking and stop watching videos and signing useless petitions and do this:
It’s time to get The Hague involved for violations of The Nuremberg Code and Crimes Against Humanity. Contact them here:
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2500 CM The Hague
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