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By Marie Porter – Sov Indo The Drugs Don’t Work It’s a common misconception that anti-depressant drugs are actually completely effective and safe. Neither is of these ‘facts’ are true in any way. Take the report in today’s Irish Independent which states that – “From January to July 2016 alone, there were 1,478 under-16s on the HSE records for anti-depressants.” Why they only cite figures from the first half of the year is unclear as I would suspect that more are prescribed in the latter months of the year as the nights darken, Christmas and New Year approach and...

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Are you ready for A Global War? World Leaders Are Gearing up For the ‘Big One’ – World War 3

By Nate Brown A single action could reshape the very face of our world, that action could lead to conflict, and that conflict could result in the mother of all conflicts, world war three. Historically, the media has painted the very ideology of another global war as conspiracy, but now it seems that even they agree, World War 3 is on the horizon. Several occurrences recently have pointed to the very reality that rather soon America could be faced with yet another war. World War Three, according to Value Walk, has appeared recently in the media far too frequently,...

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26 Jan 2017 – European Coordination Open Letter of “NO CONFIDENCE” to the World Health Organisation

IREVN European coordination of organizations for an EMF exposure regulation which truly protects public health Open letter of “No Confidence” to the World Health Organization (WHO) The “European coordination of organizations for an EMF exposure regulation which truly protects public health”expresses its full support for the BioInitiative Working Group Letter to the WHO International EMF Project of 19 December 2016, entitled “WHO RF EHC Core Group Membership is Unacceptable”. In this “No Confidence” Letter, the WHO is urged “to make changes to the WHO RF EHC Core Group membership to more fairly reflect membership and expertise of the 2011...

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Are we really coping with the increasing amounts of airborne radiation?

Dr. Olle Johansson In 2006, Associate Professor Dr Johansson published a commentary in the Journal of the Australian College of Nutrition & Environmental Medicine with the title, “How shall we cope with the increasing amounts of airborne radiation?” [1] He says that since then science has progressed dramatically, and today there are no doubts any longer that artificial electromagnetic fields are potentially very harmful to us, and to life on the planet.   The most telling evidence for the dangers of EMRs (electromagnetic radiation) is the fact that the players we so dearly want to believe are protecting us,...

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