Power of the states vs. power of the federal government: who cares?

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Power of the states vs. power of the federal government: who cares?

People who can wake up care.

by Jon Rappoport

March 2, 2017

There are 50 countries in the US. They’re called states.

All right, that’s an exaggeration. They are states. But they could be countries.

If you don’t think so, consider the 2015 state budget of tiny Rhode Island: $8.9 billion. The 2016 budget for the nation of Somalia was $216 million.

The 10th Amendment to the US Constitution reads: “The powers not delegated to the United States [government] by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

The 11th Amendment reads: “The Judicial power of the United States shall not be construed to extend to any suit in law or equity, commenced or prosecuted against one of the United States by Citizens of another State, or…

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Rhythm of Breathing Key to Controlling Fear and Emotional Behavior

De-stress with the way you breathe

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Source:Waking Times | by Alex Pietrowski

We live in a fearful world with exposure to a deluge of stressors everyday. As much as fear is a result of reacting to the actual or perceived events in our lives, it is also a biological function of the human body, and when equipped with an understanding of how the body manages the emotional system, we can easily outsmart it, tricking ourselves into emotional balance.

This perspective is scientifically validated by new research from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago Illinois, which discovered how the various rhythmic patterns of breath profoundly impact memory recall and the emotional body, specifically the fear response.

The brain creates electrical impulses which link physical functions to emotional reactions, and the electrical activity of the brain is deeply affected by our breathing patterns. The outcome of this balance is determined by whether or…

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Naval Whistleblower Reveals What He Saw in Antarctica

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Source:Coast-to-Coast AM

Earthfiles investigative reporter, Linda Moulton Howe discusses a retired Naval flight engineer’s experiences in Antarctica that included the retrieval of 15 scientists after a 2-week-disappearance in 1994. Further details here.

In her second report, Linda described recently meeting and talking with retired Naval flight engineer “Brian,” whom she first interviewed in January 2015 about his experiences during 1994 assignments in Antarctica that included seeing many silver discs flying over the Transantarctic Mountains. Not long after their meeting, Brian received an intimidating phone call warning him not to talk any more about Antarctica and the missing scientists. He was able to trace the caller number to the NSA in Fort Meade, Maryland. Linda suggested that the US government could be trying to cover-up the discovery of a pyramid and other structures two miles below the ice near the South Pole.

More here.


  

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Roundup Linked to Autism and Alzheimers

The synergy from hell…glyphosate and vaccines works great to reduce and compromise brain function

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Recent research reveals the main toxic effects of glyphosate, the main ingredient in the Monsanto weedkiller Roundup, are identical to the typical biological markers for autism and Alzheimer’s disease. MIT researcher Dr Stephanie Seneff PhD is also alarmed by the correlation between growing Roundup use and a big increase in the incidence of autism.

Roundup Kills Off Intestinal Bacteria

Seneff is mainly concerned about the negative effect of glyphosate on the microbiome. This is the scientific name for the normal intestinal bacteria responsible for immunity, weight maintenance, healthy neuropsychological function and a host of other biological processes.

Monsanto argues that glyphosate is harmless to people because the shikimate pathway, which glyphosate is designed to inhibit, is absent in human cells. Unfortunately, as Dr Seneff points out, our gut bacteria do have this enzyme pathway. In fact, several studies show that glyphosate kills off beneficial gut bacteria, allowing pathogens to overgrow.

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