thecrowhouse – The Prison You Live In And How You Hold The Key to Escape It

thecrowhouse – The Prison You Live In And How You Hold The Key to Escape It

Max Igan – Surviving the Matrix – Episode 331 – American Voice Radio, April 20th, 2018 – http://thecrowhouse.com Support The Crowhouse: https://www.patreon.com/maxigan?ty=h Bitcoin: 1F6bEEsJHZZhHeT4fmN9iQCwF1Yqu5UZSD Ethereum: 0x924C0F9A9889f703a9220eCf322342B9d6BDb32D Dash: XfGA55jscnDdHyQKhKTAEHQMP6GhqC5AGm Litecoin: LcTY57kkuWaSF8YqC9EbLpxBj5kcQzMLhQ https://steemit.com/@maxigan “The illusion of freedom will continue for as long as it’s profitable to continue the illusion. At the point where the illusion becomes too expensive to maintain, they will take down the scenery, move the tables and chairs out of the way, then they will pull back the curtains and you will see the brick wall at the back of the theater.” – Frank Zappa “Who controls the past controls the future, who controls the present controls the past.” – George Orwell When the tyrant has disposed of foreign enemies by conquest or treaty and there is nothing to fear from them, then he is always stirring up some war or other, in order that the people may require a leader. – Plato “I would rather have questions that can’t be answered than answers that can’t be questioned.” – Richard Feynman “I have lived on the lip of insanity, wanting to know reasons, knocking on a door. It opens. I’ve been knocking from the inside.” – Rumi Universal Law/sovereign law trumps all others. 1. No man or woman, in or out of government shall initiate force, threat of force or fraud against my life and property and, any and all contracts Im a party to not giving full disclosure to me whether signed by me or not are void at my discretion. 2. I may use force in self-defense against anyone that violates Law 1 3. There shall be no exceptions to Laws 1 and 2. TURN OFF YOUR TELEVISION! THROW AWAY YOUR SMART PHONE!

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Delaying vaccines or spreading them out is no guarantee that you or your child will escape vaccine injury or death

Delaying vaccines or spreading them out is no guarantee that you or your child will escape vaccine injury or death.  Please educate before you vaccinate.  Read vaccine package inserts.  Ask questions.
Vaccine injury testimony – “I use to vaccinate on a very delayed schedule . . . ”
Below is Colt’s story as told by his mother, Amber, who like so many parents of vaccine injured children, shares her son’s story in an effort to save other children from harm and families from the heartache that vaccines can and do cause.
“I use to vaccinate on a very delayed schedule, never more then one injection in a visit. My son got his first varicella vaccine at 5 years old. Within a few minutes of leaving the doctor’s office, Colt threw up, passed out, choked on his puke and stopped breathing. My husband ran him from the parking lot into ER lifeless! My son was in full blown anaphylactic shock, was put on a ventilator, was having seizures, flat lining, being shocked back to life, which shoved the breathing tube too far and collapsed a lung.
It was touch and go for a few hours, we were life flighted to a close by children’s ICU. After 48 hours on a breathing machine, and more medicine than I’ve had in my life, my baby boy started breathing his own breaths while still on the machine. He fought a horrible battle all due to having a vaccine reaction. I will never take a chance of any vaccine on my children again!!
Once he left the hospital in April we had some asthma issues, which have now recently come back. All his brain scans came back fine. Luckily he had only stopped breathing for a few minutes. I couldn’t imagine if we were far from an emergency room; our doctor’s office is located inside the same building.
We fought to get him medically exempt from all vaccines, and the doctor admitted it was a direct result from varicella.

Food and Drug Administration – FDA Product Approval: Vaccine index

Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary
Excipients Included in U.S. Vaccines, by Vaccine
This table includes not only vaccine ingredients (e.g., adjuvants and preservatives), but also substances used during the manufacturing process,including vaccine-production media, that are removed from the final product and present only in trace quantities.
In addition to the substances listed, most vaccines contain Sodium Chloride (table salt).
Last Updated February 2015
All reasonable efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of this information, but manufacturers may change product contents before that information is reflected here.  If in doubt, check the manufacturer’s package insert

Below are children who have died following vaccine injury. Please keep their families in your thoughts and prayers. More stories at Families Speak, Meet the Children, International Memorial for Vaccine Victims and My Gardasil Story.
“You cannot be in the presence of a profoundly vaccine damaged child and not know that child could be your own.  And you cannot try to comfort a mother who has just buried a baby who has died from a vaccine … and not know that you could be the one standing over the grave.  When it happens to your child, the risks are 100 percent.”
Barbara Loe Fisher (Founder, National Vaccine Information Center)

Please offer a prayer for these children and the family members who share their vaccine injury stories.  More stories at “We Remember”, “Stop Mandatory Vaccination”, “Meet the Children”, “Parents Voice”, “Hear This Well”,  “My Gardasil Story” and “Your Stories.”
“My baby may be just another statistic to them, but he was my child.  I will fight, no matter what I have to do and no matter how long it takes,to keep this from happening to other babies.”
From a mother interviewed for the book “DPT A Shot in the Dark” whose child’s cause of death was listed as “irreversible shock” due to a “probable reaction to DPT.”

Bahraini activist Ali Abdulemam on how to escape from a repressive regime

Bahraini activist Ali Abdulemam on how to escape from a repressive regime

 

This article was taken from the September 2013 issue of Wired magazine. Be the first to read Wired’s articles in print before they’re posted online, and get your hands on loads of additional content by subscribing online.

Bahraini activist Ali Abdulemam runs Bahrain Online, a pro-democracy platform in a country where holding such opinions can get you arrested.

In 2011, as the Arab spring spread, thousands were arrested and Abdulemam says he was one of many tortured to sign false confessions. Last April, the 35-year-old escaped to the UK after being in hiding for over two years. Here’s how he managed his incredible escape.

 

Know when to disappear A few weeks after the start of the Bahraini civil uprising in February 2011, Abdulemam saw the regime attacking “the activists, the clerics, all the human-rights defenders… I realised my turn was coming soon.” So he left his home and family and went into hiding without telling a soul. Shortly afterwards, his home was raided and he was sentenced to 15 years in absentia for plotting to overthrow the regime. “Only because someone posted on my site,” he says. “Not because I did something.”

Lie low While in hiding, Abdulemam couldn’t risk going outside, or contacting friends and family. “The rulers in Bahrain are like the mafia; they would attack my family if they knew I was contacting them,” he explains. The hardest part was not being able to attend a friend’s funeral. The former IT engineer also worked to obscure his activity and location while online. The only option in that situation, he says, is to reduce your use of electronics — especially if you’re unsure of how to secure them.

Keep your brain alert Determined that his time in hiding wouldn’t be wasted, Abdulemam took to reading a wide range of novels and nonfiction, and finished a new book every few days. Unable to buy them, he accessed free texts from pirate websites. “I challenged myself in 2012 that I would finish a hundred books, and I finished 107 books,” he says. He was particularly drawn to those on civil conflicts in countries such as Bosnia, Iraq and South Africa: “I was focusing on these things because I wanted to understand why it was happening in Bahrain.”

Choose your destination wisely Abdulemam can’t reveal the exact details of his eventual escape to the UK for fear of endangering others, but it has been widely reported that he escaped to Saudi Arabia in a hidden compartment in a car before passing through Kuwait and then sailing with fishermen to Iraq, where he took a flight to London. He’d visited the UK before and it made sense for his getaway. “I could enter London without any problems because my passport had a visa,” he explains. He knew others who had fled to London too, and was granted asylum shortly after his arrival. His wife and children are still in Bahrain.

Keep fighting The battle isn’t over for Abdulemam, who continues to call for change in Bahrain. He hopes that raising awareness will encourage others to pressure their own governments into taking action. “I just want people to understand the situation in Bahrain,” he says. “People don’t have their own basic rights and they want the right to elect their government.” He was awarded Danish think tank CEPOS’s annual Freedom Prize last year for his efforts to defend democracy, just weeks after his escape. His advice for those who may find themselves in a similar position: “Don’t lose hope in your people. If you are working for your people, they won’t forget you.”