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TODAY’S NEWS :  April 01, 2012

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Insider Claims Imminent Mass Arrests of Globalists, Bankers and Political Elite

 

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In a recent interview with David Wilcock, Insider ‘Drake’ stated a comprehensive plan to arrest all corrupt globalist, banksters and the political elite within a 72 hour period involving the closing down of U.S. borders and satellite communications to prevent and out of country money transfers.

Drake added that a transition plan is already in place to convert the U.S. dollar to one that is not based on fiat currency. Additionally, we can expect to see the release of many suppressed technologies that will make our modern life seem like the Stone Age. 

Part 1a [Introduction to Drake] – 30min

Part 1b [Explanation of the Process ongoing and legalities] – 30min

Part 2a [Why the Military will be here, how they will be assisting; the plan] – 30min

Part 2b [Preparations each individual may take prior to the arrests process] – 30min

Part 3a [History and operations outside of US] – 30min

Part 3b [Summary of what will happen; latest news] – 30min

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Daylong Tussle on ‘Homeland Battlefield’ Law

Courthouse News Service

From Courthouse News Service

March 30, 2012

By ADAM KLASFELD 


  MANHATTAN (CN) – Overcoming an initially “skeptical” federal judge, opponents of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act – which allows the military to indefinitely detain anyone it suspects “substantially supported” al-Qaida, the Taliban or “associated forces” – brought strong arguments Thursday to a case once believed to be quixotic.

     Prominent writers and activists – led by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges – met in court for the first time for a hearing challenging the law, which President Barack Obama signed on New Year’s Eve.

The bill is also known as the Homeland Battlefield law.

     Buried within the 565-page statute, opponents said, is a short paragraph that makes political activists and muckraking journalists susceptible to indefinite military detention for exercising free speech.

     Section 1021 (b)(2) allows the military to detain anyone it suspects “substantially supported” al-Qaida, the Taliban or “associated forces,” and to keep them detained until “the end of hostilities.”

     Hedges and others claim those words are so vague they could justify indefinite detention of political dissidents without due process.

     As the hearing began, U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest said she was “extremely skeptical” that the opponents could challenge the law on its face, but she put the government lawyers on the defensive as the proceedings closed late in the day.

     The first plaintiff to testify, Alexa O’Brien, co-founded the U.S. Day of Rage, a group whose “one purpose,” she said, is to “reform our corrupt elections.”

     Though its website lists “nonviolence” as its founding principle, O’Brien said she found out that agents of a private intelligence firm tried to link U.S. Day of Rage to Islamic fundamentalists.

     The revelations came when Wikileaks released 5 million emails from Stratfor, under the name “Global Intelligence Files,” O’Brien said. Stratfor describes itself as a geopolitical intelligence firm.

     The documents, O’Brien said, included an Aug. 18, 2011, email from Thomas Kopecky, stating,

“I was looking into that US Day of Rage movement and specifically asked to connect it to any Saudi or other fundamentalist Islamic movements.

     “Thus far, I have only hear[d] rumors but not gotten any substantial connection.

     “Do you guys know much about this other than its US Domestic fiscal ideals?”

     Kopecky is or was then director of operations for Investigative Research Consultants / Fortis Protective Services, according to the email.

     The email was sent to Fred Burton, whom O’Brien said was an agent with the U.S. Diplomatic Security Service.
     Burton replied: “No, we’re not aware of any concrete connections between fundamentalist Islamist movements and the Day of Rage, or the October 2011 movement at this point,” according to the email, as reported by Wikileaks.

     O’Brien said another private intelligence firm, Provide Security, sent her a threatening message via Twitter: “Now you are really in over your head with this.”

     She said Provide Security sent her follow-up tweets saying she would encounter “problems” from forming a relationship with Anonymous, the hacker collective that brought the Stratfor files to light. O’Brien said Anonymous, which she describes as an “Internet swarm,” has no relationship to the U.S. Day of Rage.

     She said she later learned that two of the Provide Security employees, Kevin Schatzle and Thomas Ryan, had government ties.
     In September 2011, O’Brien said, a man identifying himself as a federal agent told her confidentially that a classified Department of Homeland Security memo showed plans to infiltrate the group.

     O’Brien said the government scrutiny became overwhelming to Lime Energy, where she was working at the time as a digital media architect. The company contracts with the government and major businesses.

     “I became, essentially, a liability,” O’Brien said.
     She said the company’s director of government contracts, a family friend, told her candidly that “contacts of the government” had approached him about her.

     O’Brien said she tried to explain that she knew that U.S. Day of Rage was being monitored, but her boss said the problem was not only with her association.

     “No, Alexa, you,” he said, according to O’Brien. “Multiple times, multiple individuals.”
     Now an independent journalist, O’Brien testified that she shelved two investigations about Guantanamo detainees for fear of reprisal under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

     The next witness was Kai Wargalla, 27, who said she “dropped everything” to bring her graduate studies from Germany to a tent in Occupy London.

     London Police last year sent businesses a memo labeled “Terrorism / Extremism,” listing the local Occupy movement alongside al-Qaida and militant groups from Columbia and Belarus, Wargalla said.

     Wargalla says she also got involved in advocacy groups for Wikileaks, Julian Assange and Bradley Manning, and a movement called Revolution Truth.

     Revolution Truth broadcasts “Live Panels” over the Internet on various topics, and considered inviting “groups like Hamas,” a U.S.-designated terrorist organization, Wargalla said.

     She said that she and other organizers shelved that idea after the NDAA was passed.
     “It’s not about me,” she said. “It’s about the whole group.”

     Asked if the British government threatened her, Wargalla replied, “Other than describing my group as a terrorist group, no,” to laughter in the courtroom.

     The hearing’s only other non-U.S. citizen, Icelandic Parliamentarian Birgitta Jonsdottir, would not travel to New York for fear of being detained, according to a statement that Guardian columnist Naomi Wolf read into the record.

     “I am acutely aware that WikiLeaks has been classified by elected political leaders and members of the Obama Administration as a terrorist organization,” Jonsdottir said, citing remarks by House Homeland Security Chairman Peter King and Sarah Palin.

     Jonsdottir said she pushed for broad transparency laws allowing WikiLeaks’ operations in Iceland and helped produce a video of the July 12, 2007 Baghdad airstrike that killed 11 people, including two journalists.

     Wikileaks and Jonsdottir called it “Collateral Murder.”
     Hedges, who was the first to sue, was the last to testify.

     A former war correspondent, Hedges read the U.S. State Department’s list of designated terrorist groups on the witness stand, and said he met with 17 of them as a reporter.

     Hedges described “piecing together the movements” of Sept. 11 ringleader Mohammed Atta, and having dinner with Hamas co-founder Abdel Aziz Al-Rantissi before Rantissi was killed in an Israeli airstrike. He also testified about being attacked by warplanes from Turkey, a U.S. ally, while traveling with Kurdish militants.

     Hedges said some of his articles remain on radical Islamist websites, and he worries that U.S. government officials may not differentiate between reporting the views and activities of these groups and joining them.

     “If you are countering the official narrative, there is no difference between you and the people you are covering,” Hedges said.
     He said he was detained during the first Gulf War for straying from the press pool – a detention he attributes to government efforts to control public perception.

     Every time he gets a call from Iran, he says, it drops after the first ring, which he said reminded him of the Salvadoran government’s tapping of his phone when he covered that conflict.

     Hedges said the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act authorizing warrantless wiretapping dried up some of his sources, but the NDAA affects him directly.

     “The NDAA is about me,” he said.

     During cross-examination, Hedges interrupted a government lawyer who asked whether the law made him “skittish.”
     “Skittish is one word,” Hedges said. “Fear is another.”

     The remaining plaintiffs, Pentagon Papers source Daniel Ellsberg, M.I.T. Professor Noam Chomsky, and Revolution Truth founder Jennifer “Tangerine” Bolen, did not testify Thursday.

     Government lawyers did not offer any witnesses in support of the law, which they said merely “affirmed” the decade-old Authorization to Use Military Force.

     But Judge Forrest said the language had changed, and she must assume a purpose behind that.
     “Congress writes legislation for a reason, right?” she asked.

     Government lawyer Benjamin Torrance refused to answer a barrage of questions from Forrest about whether any of the witnesses could be detained for the actions they spoke about on the stand.

     “I can’t make specific representations regarding specific plaintiffs,” Torrance said.

     He said he had not been authorized to say whether Jonsdottir would have been detained, had she flown in from Iceland.

     Torrance said he could only say, generally, that association with Wikileaks alone would not make her subject to the NDAA.
     The judge said Torrance’s answers did not help his case that common citizens do not need to fear the new law.

     “If people weren’t worried before those series of questions, they could worry about it now,” she said. “It sounded like Mr. Hedges was all over co-belligerents.”

     To win the right to sue, only one of the seven plaintiffs needs to establish a “reasonable fear” of being detained for free speech.
     The plaintiffs that remain standing can then challenge the law on constitutional grounds.

     Government attorneys claimed that the phrases in the law that the plaintiffs consider vague have meanings in case law and briefs describing the executive branch’s changing positions.

     But Carl Mayer, an attorney for the plaintiffs, said “constantly moving” law is the “definition of vagueness.”

     Ultimately, the judge said she is bound by the Supreme Court’s instructions in Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project, which warn her to “tread carefully” before changing national security law.

     But citing the difficulty of determining what “substantial support” or “associated forces” may mean, Forrest asked: “How does the common citizen know?”

     Attorneys must deliver written arguments in April.
     
     
     CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article misstated the basis for the judge’s stated skepticism at the beginning of the hearing. She made no definitive findings as to standing. Courthouse News regrets the error.

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FBI Training Teaches Agents They Can ‘Bend Or Suspend The Law’

 

From Alexander Higgins Blog

 Posted by  – March 28, 2012

The FBI taught its agents, among other unbelievable things, that they could sometimes bend or suspend the law in their hunt for terrorists and criminals.

A letter from the US senate about the review of FBI training protocols reveals that disturbing information about how the nation’s top law enforcement agents have been trained.

Among other things they have been taught they could bend or suspend the law, they should not shake hands with “Asians” and said Arabs were prone to “Jekyll & Hyde temper tantrums.”

In total the investigation into the FBI’s counter-terrorism protocols found 876 pages and 392 presentations that contained offensive materials, which apparently have not being released to the public.

Senate Investigate Letter Into FBI Training Material

Senate Investigate Letter Into FBI Training Material

Wired reports:

The FBI taught its agents that they could sometimes “bend or suspend the law” in their hunt for terrorists and criminals. Other FBI instructional material, discovered during a months-long review of FBI counterterrorism training, warned agents against shaking hands with “Asians” and said Arabs were prone to “Jekyll & Hyde temper tantrums.”

These are just some of the disturbing results of the FBI’s six-month review into how the Bureau trained its counterterrorism agents.

That review, now complete, did not result in a single disciplinary action for any instructor. Nor did it mandate the retraining of any FBI agent exposed to what the Bureau concedes was inappropriate material.

Nor did it look at any intelligence reports that might have been influenced by the training. All that has a powerful senator saying that the review represents a “failure to adequately address” the problem.

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One FBI PowerPoint — disclosed in a letter Durbin sent to FBI Director Robert Mueller on Tuesday (.PDF) and shared with Danger Room — stated: “Under certain circumstances, the FBI has the ability to bend or suspend the law to impinge on the freedom of others.” An incredulous Durbin told Danger Room, “Time and time again when that is done, it has not made us safer.” Like other excerpts from FBI documents Danger Room reviewed for this story, it was not dated and did not include additional context explaining what those “circumstances” might be.

FBI spokesman Christopher Allen did not dispute the documents’ authenticity. He said he would not share the full documents with Danger Room, and was “unable to provide” additional information about their context, including any indication of how many FBI agents were exposed to them.

“Of the approximately 160,000 pages of training material reviewed, less than one percent contained factually inaccurate or imprecise information or used stereotypes,” Allen told Danger Room. “But mistakes were made, and we are correcting those mistakes. Through this review process, we recognized that we lacked a centralized process to ensure all training materials were reviewed and validated. We are addressing that gap so this does not happen again.”

[…]

The FBI’s counterterrorism training review was prompted by a Danger Room series revealing the Bureau taught agents that “mainstream” Muslims were “violent“; that Islam made its followers want to commit “genocide“; and that an FBI intelligence analyst compared Islam to the Death Star from Star Wars. The review led the bureau to remove hundreds of pages of documents from its training course.

On Friday, the FBI announced the results of its internal review. After six months of internal inquiry, it released a statement instructing that “training would conform to constitutional principles” and “emphasize the protection of civil rights and civil liberties.” Written materials “must be reviewed carefully by supervisory-level personnel possessing an appropriate level of understanding of relevant topics.”

No one who prepared any of the “factually inaccurate or imprecise” instructional material faced disciplinary action. “All FBI employees who prepared inaccurate, imprecise, or stereotyped materials were interviewed,” Allen said. “It was made clear to them what was wrong with the materials and why they were not acceptable for FBI training.”

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Soros Criminal Conviction Exposes “Human Rights” Scam

 

From Activist Post

March 28, 2012

Soros leverages “human rights” for personal gain – as does his global NGO empire. 

Tony Cartalucci, Contributor
Activist Post 

Bloomberg’s report, “Soros Loses Case Against French Insider-Trading Conviction,” indicates that an appeal based on a “human rights” violation against Wall Street speculator George Soros has been rejected by the “European Court of Human Rights.” Soros, who was convicted and fined for insider trading in 2002 regarding French bank Société Générale shares he bought in 1988, has built an empire out of obfuscating global criminal activity with the cause of “human rights.”

Image: Soros runs a global empire of NGOs leveraging “human rights” to cover up institutional criminality just as he himself just attempted to use “human rights” to excuse criminal insider-trading. Soros’ disingenuous use of “human rights” is not a strategy he holds an exclusive monopoly over, but rather one he executes in concert with very unlikely allies – Neo-Conservatives of the US State Department-funded National Endowment for Democracy and its various subsidiaries.

The court’s decision in rejecting the appeal was based on Soros being “a famous institutional investor, well-known to the business community and a participant in major financial projects,” and thus should have been “particularly prudent” regarding insider-trading laws. The contents of Soros’ appeal, based on “human rights” was not heard, and the details of the appeal not yet made public, however, it is an illustrative example of how Soros and global elitists like him leverage the legitimate cause of human rights and freedom as a means to execute and defend both individual and institutional criminal behavior.

Soros has built a global empire of networked nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) allegedly promoting “human rights,” “freedom,” “democracy,” and “transparency.” His Open Society Institute funds amongst many others, Amnesty International (page 10)Global Voices, and Human Rights Watch. In reality these NGOs constitute a modern day network of imperial administrators, undermining national governments around the world and replacing them with a homogeneous “civil society” that interlocks with “international institutions” run from and on behalf of Wall Street and London. And contrary to popular belief, Soros has built this empire, not against “conservative” ambitions, but with their full cooperation.

It is difficult to find a cause Soros’ Open Society Institute supports that is not also funded, directed, and backed by the US State Department-funded, Neo-Conservative lined National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and its various subsidiaries including Freedom House, the International Republican Institute (IRI) and the National Democratic Institute (NDI).

The Arab Spring

It would be almost four months after the beginning of the so-called “Arab Spring” before the corporate-media would admit that the US had been behind the uprisings and that they were anything but “spontaneous,” or “indigenous.” In an April 2011 article published by the New York Times titled, “U.S. Groups Helped Nurture Arab Uprisings,” it was stated:

A number of the groups and individuals directly involved in the revolts and reforms sweeping the region, including the April 6 Youth Movement in Egypt, the Bahrain Center for Human Rights and grass-roots activists like Entsar Qadhi, a youth leader in Yemen, received training and financing from groups like the International Republican Institute, the National Democratic Institute and Freedom House, a nonprofit human rights organization based in Washington.

The article would also add, regarding the US National Endowment for Democracy (NED):

The Republican and Democratic institutes are loosely affiliated with the Republican and Democratic Parties. They were created by Congress and are financed through the National Endowment for Democracy, which was set up in 1983 to channel grants for promoting democracy in developing nations. The National Endowment receives about $100 million annually from Congress. Freedom House also gets the bulk of its money from the American government, mainly from the State Department.

George Soros and his Open Society Institute also played a leading role in the unfolding unrest. Soros, in addition to fully supporting many of the NGOs in tandem with NED and the US State Department, also funded opposition groups working well in advance to produce new “constitutions” for collapsed nations.

In “George Soros & Egypt’s New Constitution,” it was reported:

It turns out that the new Egyptian Constitution has already been drafted, not by the Egyptian people, but by the very US-backed protesters who brought about regime change in the first place. A Reuters report quoted an opposition judge, who had been hiding-out in Kuwait until Mubarak’s ousting, as having said civil society groups had already produced several drafts and a new constitution could be ready in a month.

These ‘civil society’ groups include the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information openly funded by George Soros’ Open Society Institute and the Neo-Con lined NED funded Egyptian Organization for Human Rights. It appears that while the International Crisis Group may be turning out the strategy, and their trustee ElBaradei leading the mobs into the streets, it is the vast array of NGOs their membership, including Soros, fund that are working out and implementing the details on the ground.

Myanmar (Burma) & Aung San Suu Kyi

The entire opposition in the Southeast Asia nation of Myanmar, still known by its colonial nomenclature in the West as “Burma,” is a creation of Wall Street and London. This includes the growing personality cult of “democracy icon” Aung San Suu Kyi. And again, just as we saw during the Western-engineered “Arab Spring,” it is a tandem effort made by “right-wing” Neo-Cons within the confines of NED, and Soros’ Open Society Institute.


Image: The 2006 Burma Campaign UK report, “Failing the People of Burma?” (.pdf) reveals the entire “pro-democracy” movement, including Aung San Suu Kyi herself, is a product of US and British funding and the building of neo-imperial networks designed to overthrow and replace the government of Myanmar. 

In “Burmese “Pro-Democracy” Movement a Creation of Wall Street & London,” it was reported:

The most telling information begins on page 14 of 36 of the report’s .pdf. Titled, ‘Failing the People of Burma?‘ the report enumerates the vast resources the West has invested in building a “pro-democracy” movement, in tandem with similar disingenuous movements throughout the region, and indeed throughout the world, and insists that even more support be given to initiate a “transition” in Burma. It states:

The restoration of democracy in Burma is a priority U.S. policy objective in Southeast Asia. To achieve this objective, the United States has consistently supported democracy activists and their efforts both inside and outside Burma…Addressing these needs requires flexibility and creativity.

Despite the challenges that have arisen, United States Embassies Rangoon and Bangkok as well as Consulate General Chiang Mai are fully engaged in pro-democracy efforts.

The United States also supports organizations, such as the National Endowment for Democracy, the Open Society Institute (nb no support given since 2004) and Internews, working inside and outside the region on a broad range of democracy promotion activities. U.S.-based broadcasters supply news and information to the Burmese people, who lack a free press. U.S. programs also fund scholarships for Burmese who represent the future of Burma. 

The United States is committed to working for a democratic Burma and will continue to employ a variety of tools to assist democracy activists.

The report continues with a vast array of evidence exposing the tandem roles of both “liberals” and “conservatives” in executing a singular goal of undermining a foreign government and replacing it with neo-imperial administrators that interlock directly with “international institutions” that answer directly to Wall Street and London.

Wall Street’s Thai Proxy, Thaksin Shinawatra

Like in neighboring Myanmar, efforts have been long underway to undermine the nationalist elements within Thailand and install a proxy government as well as a proxy system of governance to implement the global agenda of Wall Street and London. The proxy of choice is billionaire and long-time associate of the Bush family, Thaksin Shinawatra.

As we’ve seen in the previous two examples, Shinawatra’s association with America’s Neo-Conservative establishment in no way inhibits the “liberal” George Soros from supporting movements that facilitate not only his re-installation into power, but the expansion of his globalist “neoliberal” brand of politics — which of course benefit once again Wall Street and London in general, not any particular political persuasion.

In the example of Thai propaganda front “Prachatai,” Soros’ Open Society Institute and the Neo-Cons’ National Endowment for Democracy have heaped annual funding as well as ongoing political support to the outfit’s mission of leveraging “human rights” and disingenuous aspirations for “democracy” to mask Shinawatra and his movement’s criminal activities.

NED subsidiary, Freedom House, is in fact chaired by Neo-Con Kenneth Adelman who served as Shinawatra’s lobbyist and also serves as a trustee on the Soros-funded and chaired International Crisis Group. Prachatai’s spinning of their collective agenda as “progressive” rather than one wrought of foreign corporate-fascist funding is a perfect example of Soros’ modus operandi.

Attempted Overthrow of Russia’s Government 

In a fourth and final example, Soros and his Neo-Conservative counterparts can be found behind Russia’s motley opposition and their Arab Spring-like” attempt to overthrow the government of Vladimir Putin.

The entire grounds justifying Wall Street and London’s street mobs were calls of a “rigged” Russian election. Those making such accusations included National Endowment for Democracy-funded GOLOS and the Soros Open Society-funded Organization for Security and Cooperation (OSCE) (.pdf page 125).


Image: A screenshot from US National Endowment for Democracy’s (NED) website indicating its funding for “independent” poll monitor Golos. USAID also funds Golos.

And while the lion’s share of support for Russia’s multiple opposition groups comes from the National Endowment for Democracy and its subsidiaries including Freedom House and the International Republican Institute chaired by John McCain, jailed Russian oligarch and opposition leader Mikhail Khodorkovsky fashioned his entire “Open Russian Foundation” after Soros’ Open Society Institute. It should be noted that Khodorkovsky had both Jacob Rothschild and Henry Kissinger chairing his contrived “foundation.”

Conclusion

Clearly there is more behind Soros’ funding of NGOs globally than mere “liberal philanthropy.” That he carries out this funding in concert with notorious warmongers, corporate fascists, and confessed Neo-Conservatives indicates a very malicious and disingenuous agenda driving not only his “charity” but also the maintaining of his deceptive “liberal” persona.

Soros’ most recent attempt to leverage “human rights,” not for a global campaign of achieving economic and geopolitical hegemony, but rather on behalf of defending his own criminal behavior, lends further evidence to the fact that the West, through its vast networks of NGOs and “international institutions,” is merely hiding immensely depraved, craven criminal activity behind the facade of “humanitarian concerns” and “progress.”

With Soros’ latest appeal being rejected, and his criminal conviction upheld, let us resist the temptation of resorting to “left-right” bickering and recognize the grander plot that has been exposed. 

Tony Cartalucci’s articles have appeared on many alternative media websites, including his own at 
Land Destroyer Report.   Read other contributed articles by Tony Cartalucci here.

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Alternative Medicine Detox With An Easy Salt Water Flush

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From Easy Health Options

 | Mar 27, 2012

Modern life is filled with toxins that our bodies struggle to eliminate. Key to this process is a healthy colon. What most people don’t know: A salt water flush is a superior and less expensive way to detox your colon than a colonic irrigation procedure.

Colon Protection

A popular adage maintains: “Death begins in the colon.” This medical maxim is more than a mere generalization. When toxins build up in the colon due to insufficient and infrequent elimination, poisons breed, leading to complications, disease and eventually death.

A shocking 85 percent of Americans battle poor digestion and inadequate elimination. And food can putrefy and rot in the body when not properly digested and eliminated. The process is similar to the way unrefrigerated meat rots and turns sour because of bacterial action on animal proteins.

Parasites dwell in the colon, intestines and other organs, feeding off tissues and producing undesirable wastes. When your body transports parasitic wastes and byproducts of improperly digested food through the bloodstream, these substances wreak havoc on the body.

A long-term buildup of toxins hinders your body’s natural ability to get rid of poisons the accumulated effects of which could eventually kill you.

Digestion Optimization

Colon cleansing optimizes digestion and ensures against toxic buildup. But professional colonic irrigations, also referred to as colonics or colon hydrotherapy, can be expensive and rely on the care of a medical practitioner.

But if you are looking for a natural, inexpensive detoxification program to either replace or to complement colonics, opt for the saltwater flush, a simple, at-home treatment that effectively and safely cleanses the colon and digestive system.

Saltwater flushes are not only safer than traditional colonics and enemas, but are also more effective. Colonics treat only the colon, but saltwater flushes move through the entire digestive tract, without any harmful side effects.

Flushing

Salt water has many uses. It is a well-known treatment for a sore throat. You can soak in salt baths to help treat wounds and soothe sore muscles. In a similar manner, the salt in the salt water cleanse promotes the rejuvenating capabilities of the body by gently coaxing the body to repair itself.

Picture a salt water flush as a therapeutic soak for your insides. As your body relaxes, toxins that have been trapped inside your digestive tract — much like the grime and oil that builds up in household pipes — are removed. A good washing cleans those pipes and your body so that fluids and solids move through with more ease and efficiency.

A Simple Procedure

Ingredients:

  • 2 level teaspoons unrefined, non-iodized sea salt. Do not use iodized table salt or Epsom salt.

  • 1 quart (32 oz) purified lukewarm water.

Equipment:

  • Quart jar made of glass.

  • Straw.

  • Kettle for warming water. Do not microwave.

Instructions:

  • Place 2 teaspoons of salt into quart jar.

  • Pour in warm water and stir.

  • Drink the entire 32 ozs of salt water first thing in the morning, without food and as fast as possible. Most people find it easiest to drink the salt water with a straw.

  • After drinking the salt water, lie on your right side for 30 minutes so the salt water reaches the lower right side of the stomach, which houses the opening to the small intestine.

  • After 30 minutes, you are free to move about as you wish, though you should remain near the bathroom.

Expectations

Traveling through the small intestines, the saltwater flush triggers contractions that push the liquid through your digestive tract. You can further stimulate the passage of liquids through your abdomen by massaging the area.

While everyone reacts differently and at different speeds, you should feel the need to eliminate within one to two hours. You will need to use the bathroom more than once; intense and frequent diarrhea is common and is a sign that the cleanse is working as it moves through the digestive system.

Nausea and vomiting are also side effects. In fact, hospitals once used cleanses similar to the salt water flush to induce vomiting. Please note that the urge to vomit reduces with each use.

Since the salt water flush is moving through the digestive tract at such speed, eliminating, while brief, may be uncomfortable. The discomfort is temporary, while the lasting effects of the cleanse are impressive. Make sure you pass gas only over a toilet in case liquid emerges.

Tips on Practicing the Salt Water Flush

Herbal laxative teas are good supplements the night before a flush; they intensify the process. Massaging your stomach to help shake up waste matter is also beneficial, speeding up the process. Brisk abdominal exercises also help.

The salt water flush is a safe, natural alternative to expensive colon cleanses. Ridding your body of toxic buildup increases energy, aids digestion, encourages weight loss and promotes a stronger immune system.

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Taking an aspirin a day will cause cancer, not prevent it

From Natural News

March 31, 2012 by: Jonathan Benson, staff writer

(NaturalNews) The mainstream media is abuzz with new reports that claim taking an aspirin a day will supposedly help keep cancer away (http://www.naturalnews.com). But just a few years ago, mainstream science was declaring the exact opposite, as a study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute back in 2004 found that daily aspirin intake is linked to a significantly increased risk of developing cancer.

Dr. Eva S. Schernhammer, M.D., Dr.P.H., from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston, and her colleagues conducted an extensive investigation into the long-term effects of taking aspirin. They found that prolonged use can trigger cancer development in humans, and that there is no evidence that taking aspirin in any way helps prevent cancer.

Based on data gathered as part of the comprehensive Nurses’ Health Study, which began in 1980, the team found that, compared to women who consumed fewer than two aspirin tablets per week, regular users taking two or more aspirin tablets a week were a whopping 58 percent more likely to develop pancreatic cancer — and those taking more than 14 aspirin a week were found to be 86 percent more likely to develop pancreatic cancer.

“Our findings do not support a protective effect of analgesic use (of aspirin) on the risk of pancreatic cancer,” wrote Dr. Schernhammer at that time, which was also a rebuttal to other studies that had claimed taking aspirin helps prevent cancer. “Rather, aspirin appears to increase the risk of pancreatic cancer after extended periods of use.”

So which is it? Does aspirin cause cancer or prevent it? Based on the aforementioned evidence, aspirin appears to be a promoter of cancer rather than a preventer of it. And yet the mainstream medical-industrial complex is currently going hog-wild claiming that individuals can avoid getting cancer if they simply pop a few aspirin every day — do not be fooled by this terrible advice.

Regular use of aspirin linked to heart attack, stroke, intestinal bleeding, organ damage, and death

Acetylsalicylic acid, the more technical name for aspirin, is actually a synthetic derivative of natural willow bark, which has pain-relieving and blood-thinning properties. But since this non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) was first developed, it has been observed to cause severe health problems and even death, especially when taken regularly.

In 2010, a group of researchers, medical experts, and public health officials came forward denouncing recommendations that people take an aspirin a day to protect their hearts. It turns out that aspirin actually destroys the protective lining in the intestines, which can lead to severe bleeding, colitis, or even intestinal perforations, which can cause systemic infections and other very serious health problems and death (http://online.wsj.com).

“It is important to remember that all NSAIDs, including over the counter aspirin, have the potential to damage the tissue of the gastrointestinal tract,” wrote Dr. Neena S. Abraham, a gastroenterologist at the Michael E. DeBakey V.A. Medical Center, in a 2010 New York Times piece. “Damage can occur anywhere, from mouth to anus … Aspirin is not a nutritional supplement — it is a medication with real risks and side-effects” (http://consults.blogs.nytimes.com).

Aspirin can also exacerbate heart conditions rather than mitigate them, as is popularly believed, because the drug is actually an “anti-nutrient” that depletes your body of vital minerals and nutrients. And as far as your bodily organs are concerned, this effect can be disastrous in the long term.

Sources for this article include:

http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/466695
(If this link does not work, do a Google search for “Prolonged Regular Aspirin Use May Increase Pancreatic Cancer Risk“)

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