THE PROVOST sent teams of 5% freemason/Greek players to drop pamphlets -----to stage scenes inside apartments or hospitals-----to manipulate the VICTIM LANGDON into confusion in hopes to control and protect THE CLIENT----THE EVIL GENIUS.
Throughout the novel we saw the WHO global military corporation bearing down on LANGDON ----we saw THE PROVOST bearing down on LANGDON-----and LANGDON not knowing what was REAL.
FALSE FLAGS take all these forms-----below we see an article posted yesterday-------written to look like real information but as with every FALSE FLAG------as with our HISTORICAL FICTION ---some content is real enfolded in content that is FAKE. The article below was written to win our US 99% WE THE PEOPLE to far-right wing global banking LIBERTARIAN MARXISM-----telling us they want to protect us from TRANSHUMANISM/DEPOPLATION when of course they are global banking 1% CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA MOVING FORWARD all these depopulation/transhumanism policies.
'Julian Simon (late professor of business administration at the University of Maryland wrote in a policy report for the Cato Institute – a non-profit public policy research foundation'.
'We are left with the policies of George or those of Marx/Engels. All three wrote against Malthus'.
Another FALSE FLAG we are seeing tied to far-right wing global banking 1% FAKE CIVIL UNREST CIVIL WAR is what we discuss all the time------peaceful protests are made violent by PLANTED scenes of violence and property damage. It is odd we never see these burning cars EXPLODE because the fires are controlled burning.
We are not saying EVERY TORCHED car is THE PROVOST MENDACIUM CORPORATION-----we are saying today MOVING FORWARD global banking 1% wants CIVIL UNREST CIVIL WAR so they send in those ACTORS -----FAKE ALT RIGHT ALT LEFT CIVIL UNREST CIVIL WAR players black, white, and brown players.
What's behind the famous French tradition of torching cars?
2 January 2018
Cars in Strasbourg after New Year's Eve. Photo: AFP
Burning cars is something of a tradition in France, albeit a much hated one by authorities and car owners, and it appears to be on the rise again.Every New Year’s Eve nervous car owners across France cross their fingers in the hope they can start the New Year with their vehicle intact.
That’s because of a longstanding French tradition that sees youths in certain parts of cities torching scores of cars.
The number of vehicles set alight on the night of December 31st climbed from 935 a year ago to 1,031, while arrests rose from 456 to 510, the interior ministry said on Monday.
Nevertheless stats released last year by France’s official crime data agency ONDRP reveal that the number of cars burned each year has fallen by 20 percent since 2010.
That was the good news for car owners and insurance firms.
The bad news is that tens of thousands of vehicles are still burned across the country.
The main burning season is in July and August, particularly on Bastille Day on July 14th when youths mark the annual fête nationale with their own firework shows.
The main reason for the fall according to the ONDRP is that the media take less interest now in the mass burning of cars, which means there may be less of a thrill for the arsonists.
(Some 20 vehicles were burned in Paris's 20th arrondissement recently. AFP)
Authorities have previously refrained from reporting on the number of torched cars on New Year's Eve after it was discovered that a district-by-district breakdown was fuelling destructive competition between rival gangs.
Added to that is that extra police are regularly deployed in sensitive areas on specific nights of the year to try to prevent the blazes.
The stats also showed that the departments most affected by the phenomenon were Haute-Corse in Corsica, Isere to the south east which includes Grenoble, and Oise, to the north of Paris.
Rural areas of France are much less affected than urban areas.
The car owners most affected are generally in the more hard-up neighbourhoods.
So why do the French burn cars anyway?
The custom of setting vehicles alight on New Year's Eve reportedly began in the east of the country, around Strasbourg, in the 1990s, in the the city's poorer neighbourhoods.
It was then quickly adopted by youths in cities across the country.
Cars are often set ablaze whenever there is an outbreak of social disorder, as seen in the 2005 riots when hundreds of vehicles were torched.
The ONDRP’s Christophe Schulz told Le Parisien newspaper that there are diverse reasons that youths burn cars.
“Vehicle fires are often associated with a context of riots and urban violence. It can also be a ‘game’ to break the monotony, or it could be motivated by vengeance after a violent arrest. Or it could just be to get rid of a car used in a crime or as an insurance scam.”
So while car owners might welcome the fall, they still face a few sleepless nights this summer.
THE PROVOST MENDACIUM CORPORATION could not work in our 300 years of US strong free press/broad journalism/strong PUBLIC K-UNIVERSITY because when we have broad press---when we have academics freely writing then all this FAKE NEWS FAKE DATA is outed across the nation. It took global banking 1% CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA these few decades to kill every avenue of free press----broad journalism-------diverse academic writing to MOVE FORWARD today's MENDACIUM CORPORATION filling our society with ACTORS/FALSE FLAGS keeping our US 99% WE THE PEOPLE black, white, and brown citizens and new to US immigrants from KNOWING what is REAL INFORMATION----and what is FAKE NEWS/FAKE DATA.
REAL LEFT SOCIAL PROGRESSIVE ACADEMICS work for 99% public interest-----FAR-RIGHT WING GLOBAL BANKING 1% work for extreme wealth and power ergo, today's MOVING FORWARD to HITLER/STALIN/MAOIST far-right authoritarian, militaristic extreme wealth extreme power filled with LYING, CHEATING, STEALING, NO MORALS OR ETHICS, NO RULE OF LAW, NO GOD'S NATURAL LAW-----NIHILISM
Of course all the media outlets we see shouting for FREE PRESS are themselves tied to global banking 1% as this outlet.
'Free Press Unlimited (Netherlands) - Global Investigative ...
Free Press Unlimited is a non-governmental organization dedicated to initiating and enhancing independent quality journalism worldwide. Free Press Unlimited helps local journalists and media organizations in war zones and conflict areas, repressive states or fragile democracies, to provide their audience with trustworthy news and information'.
Why are our US universities and K-12 public schools not working as broad, free press, public interest education? Because THE PROVOST makes sure these institutions create the environment as in INFERNO------keeping LANGDON constantly confused by what is REAL.
How Media Ownership Threatens Press Freedom
Thursday, May 8, 2014
Over the past decade global press freedom has experienced an alarming downward spiral. According to a report released this week by Freedom House, a U.S.-based think tank, only 14 percent of the world’s population - one in six people - live in societies in which there is honest coverage of civic affairs, journalists can work without fear of repression or attack, and state interference is minimal. Far too often today, the media present a regime account of developments in which the opposition case is ignored, distorted, or trivialized. And even in more pluralistic environments, news coverage is frequently polarized between competing factions, with no attempt at fairness or accuracy.
By: Leon Willems and Arch Puddington
Especially troubling is that in an era when sources of information and interpretation are growing exponentially, the trends towards a more restricted and less ethical press is gaining ground year-by-year.
The reasons for the worrying state of press freedom are complex. But one of the most important, if least appreciated, are patterns of media ownership that are contributing to biased, unprofessional, and in extreme cases propagandistic journalism.
THOSE DASTARDLY THE PROVOST MENDACIUM CORPORATIONS!
The best-known, and most dangerous, ownership model is the controlled business arrangements that are found, most notably, in Russia and Venezuela. Ownership is dominated by a combination of state entities, businesses tied to the state, and oligarch cronies of the leadership. In Russia, the state owns, either directly or through proxies, most major television networks, as well as national radio networks, important national newspapers, and national news agencies. It also controls many of the regional and local newspapers and periodicals across the vast country.
At its worst, oligarch cronyism enables the regime to develop a centralized information strategy that amounts to a modern form of propaganda whereby all important media are speaking a similar vocabulary, demonizing the same enemies, and presenting the same arguments in support of the leadership’s actions. A propaganda model, we would stress, that is far more persuasive than were the stale and repetitive methods of the past.
AHHH, THAT WOULD BE FAR-RIGHT WING GLOBAL BANKING 1% CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA.
A second model consists of media owners who, either out of fear or a desire to ingratiate themselves with the political leadership, fail to support and protect their journalists. On one level we see examples of this in societies like Mexico, where narcotraffickers and corrupt officials often determine not simply how an issue is to be covered but whether certain subjects will be dealt with at all. A second example is Egypt, where, despite an explosion of new news outlets after several ‘Tahrir square’ changes in government, media chiefs have competed as to who ranks as the most loyal supporter of the changing authorities, most lately the restoration of military rule.
A third case consists of the vertically organized conglomerates that control both media and non-media enterprises. Unlike traditional companies of even larger media conglomerates, family controlled or other, these new multi-faceted business conglomerate operations often have no principled commitment to news coverage as anything beyond a profit-generating part of the broader enterprise. Especially in settings where the political leadership employs economic leverage to influence press coverage, the conglomerate model is vulnerable to intimidation. A prime example of this phenomenon is Turkey, where press freedom is on the decline despite an impressive number of newspapers, journals, and television stations. In Turkey, media ownership is highly concentrated, with a few major private holding companies subtly applying pressure on editors and journalists at their outlets to refrain from coverage that could harm their broader business interests, including criticism of the government or potential advertisers. The state of media freedom has declined to the point where the latest Freedom House report describes the media environment as not free.
There are also worrying signs in democratic societies where legal protections for journalists are strong and overt political intrusion uncommon. In the United States, the major sources of television news are dominated by the conglomerate model. At the same time, there has been an explosion of internet media start-ups, polemical blog sites, and highly opinionated talk radio shows. The result is a two-tiered, and increasingly unequal, information culture. For a narrow elite who have the time and expertise, the market offers an unprecedented variety of high-quality news sources. For the rest, what passes for journalism is often little more than shrill polemics or tabloid sensationalism.
In the Netherlands, ranked highest in the Freedom House Press Freedom index for the first time this year, some worries remain. Local and regional media are hardly able to survive and hold municipalities and provincial authorities to account. Also the legal arrangements for source protection for journalists as well as legal protection of whistle blowers should be improved.
Worldwide the protection of journalists and the soft economic pressures on media are the critical spheres that threaten improvement of press freedom. Renewed commitment to advocacy, research and media development is needed to reverse the current trend.
To be sure, in the democratic world there is a recognition that media freedom conditions are under pressure. The internet is increasingly played host to genuine news sites and some newspapers that seem to be making headway at developing a model that can ensure financial stability in the new media age.
Unfortunately, the space for self-reflection and critical commentary is steadily shrinking in the world’s authoritarian environments. Dmitry Kiselyov, the chief information strategist for the Russian government, has recently wondered aloud why in democracies the word, propaganda, has such negative connotations. That someone of Kiselyov’s influence would defend state propaganda decades after Goebbels and Stalin departed the scene is indicative of the challenge that confronts freedom of expression and honest journalism.
Leon Willems is Director of Free Press Unlimited. Arch Puddington is vice president for research at Freedom House.
We spent weeks in detailed discussions about how all this HATE CRIME ----all this shouting I'M GOING TO KILL YOU growing in our US cities are often tied to THE PROVOST MENDACIUM CORPORATION where indeed FAKE VIOLENT ACTS are staged to create FEAR---to open the door to MARTIAL LAWS--------MOVING FORWARD DEEP, DEEP, REALLY DEEP STATE.
Again, this does not mean all shooting and shouts of violence are not real-----it means this media and global NGO outlets are SUPER-SIZING these events just as was done to LANGDON thinking people were killed---thinking he was to be killed-----thinking good people were bad people.
All of this is typical far-right wing global corporate HITLER/STALIN/MAOIST FASCISM-----as we say over and again, all these global banking 5% freemason/Greek players would be green with envy at the technology today making DEEP STATE very, very DEEP.
Washington Post as all our once strong news journalism are owned by global banking BEOWULF billionaires----no REAL INFORMATION coming from these US NATIONAL MEDIA outlets.
Pittsburgh shooting comes amid rise in hate crimes, growing anxiety about right-wing extremism
A group holds a sign saying “Love Thy Neighbor (No Exceptions)” during a memorial vigil for the victims of the shooting at Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. (Gene J. Puskar/AP)
By Devlin Barrett ,
Matt Zapotosky and
Frances Stead Sellers
October 28, 2018
The Pittsburgh synagogue shooting that left 11 people dead Saturday has renewed calls for the federal government to update its laws to put the kind of violence targeting minorities, religious groups and the public in the same category as terrorists inspired by overseas groups.
A 2017 report by the Government Accountability Office found that since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, far-right violent extremists were responsible for 106 killings in the United States, while Islamist-inspired violent extremists had killed 119. The GAO found that while the number of deaths were roughly similar, the number of incidents were not; far-right extremists committed almost three times as many attacks — 62, compared with 23 by Islamist extremists.
“We have one of the most diversified threat matrices that we’ve had in a decade, but the most ascendant is the far right wing,” said Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University at San Bernardino. Right-wing extremists commit more attacks, he said, but when Islamist militants act, “their attacks tend to be more lethal.”
[‘I just want to kill Jews:’ Documents detail the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre and name the dead]
In the two-and-a-half years leading up to and then in the aftermath of last year’s violent white-supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Levin said he was able to identify more white-supremacist mega-rallies — defined as 100 or more people gathering in public — than there had been in all of at least the past decade.
FBI Director Christopher A. Wray testified to a Senate committee this month that his agents were pursuing about 5,000 terrorism cases, including domestic and international cases. About 1,000 of those involve homegrown suspects who appear to be inspired by global Islamist militant groups, Wray said.
The FBI is investigating roughly 1,000 cases of domestic terrorism, a category that includes both far-right and far-left extremists.
“We have assessed that that’s a steady, very serious threat,” Wray said.
[FBI investigating 1,000 white supremacist, domestic terrorism cases]
FBI data shows hate crimes are rising.
In 2016, hate crimes reached their highest mark since 2012 — with the FBI recording 6,121 criminal incidents motivated by bias against race, religion, sexual orientation, disability or gender. Compared with the year before, crimes against both Jews and Muslims increased, as did the number of crimes targeting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. The FBI said most incidents were motivated by race or ethnicity, though of those spurred by religion, anti-Jewish bias was most likely to be the cause.
Hotly contested political races can fuel spikes in hate crimes, and President Trump’s election seemed to provide evidence of that. A 2017 study by the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism found dramatic increases around the 2016 election in communities where law enforcement parsed data by month or quarter .
[Critics say Trump has fostered the toxic environment for the political violence he denounces]
Some who monitor hate crimes, though, have warned that Trump’s incendiary rhetoric might be fueling a more sustained and significant increase in hatred. The Southern Poverty Law Center, a liberal-leaning advocacy group that tracks extremism, said in a report last year that hate groups, especially anti-Muslim groups, were on the rise. Its report alleged that Trump had “electrified the radical right.” Hate crimes against Muslims spiked in the most recent FBI data, from 2016, to their highest level since 2001, when Islamist militants hijacked four airliners to attack the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, killing nearly 3,000 people and sparking a wave of anti-Muslim incidents.
Heidi Beirich, director of the SPLC’s intelligence project, said her organization had been critical of the administration during George W. Bush’s presidency and in many years of Barack Obama’s presidency for not focusing vigorously enough on right-wing extremism. In the early years of the Obama administration, the Department of Homeland Security curtailed its focus on right-wing extremism, in part over Republican criticism about a leaked report warning law enforcement agencies to be on guard for such groups.
“We spent most of the Bush administration and most of the Obama administration criticizing the federal government for not taking this stuff seriously enough,” Beirich said.
Historically, violence has come from left- and right-wing causes.
The University of Maryland’s Global Terrorism Database, which includes information dating to 1970, documents a surge in left-wing violence stemming from the civil rights movement, including bombings perpetrated by the militant Weather Underground.
By the 1990s, a period that included the rise of Islamist extremist groups, attacks in the United States began to diversify, said Erin Miller, who manages the database. And more were intentionally lethal, among them the Oklahoma City bombing that killed 168.
In the past decade, Miller said, it has been difficult to ascertain a precise pattern because many attacks have been carried out by unaffiliated individuals. But each of the three attacks in the past week — the fatal shooting of two African Americans at a Kentucky grocery store, the 14 package bombs sent to prominent Trump critics and CNN, and the massacre in Pittsburgh — appear to fit a profile.
“Based on the preliminary information we now have,” Miller said, “all of the perpetrators appear to have ideological motives that fit under the broader umbrella of right wing.”
[‘He felt that somebody was finally talking to him’: How the package-bomb suspect found inspiration in Trump]
While today’s heightened partisan tensions sometimes prompt comparisons with the 1960s, few see exact parallels to the political violence of that era.
By 1968, the U.S. government was responding to mass protest movements with overwhelming force, said Erica Chenoweth, a professor of public policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government who studies political violence.
The movement resisting Trump’s policies has been “stunningly nonviolent,” Chenoweth noted, “even when protesters volunteer themselves for arrest through civil disobedience.”
A study conducted after last year’s Charlottesville rally suggests why: While violent tactics are sometimes expected of far-right groups, those same strategies can backfire politically for leftist groups that have built their identity around ideals of peace and justice. Violence, Chenoweth said, has proved less effective in producing political change than nonviolent action.
Some current and former law enforcement officials have said Congress should change terrorism laws to show the public that one type of hateful violence is not treated more seriously than another. Last week, the FBI Agents Association renewed its call for lawmakers to specify domestic terrorism crimes.
Federal law, stemming from the civil rights era, is written in order for prosecutors to charge many crimes against minorities, religious or persecuted groups as hate crimes, whereas crimes inspired by the Islamic State terrorist group are usually charged as terrorism offenses. The government’s ability to designate a particular group as a foreign terrorist organization is a powerful tool, allowing prosecutors to charge anyone who provides support to that group. While that is likely untenable with U.S. organizations, the law could be modified so that if someone meeting the legal definition of a terrorist committed a crime, they could be charged with a separate terrorism offense, said John Carlin, the former head of the Justice Department's National Security Division.
Federal law enforcement officials insist there is little practical difference between the two methods — that the FBI can and does pursue each type of violence aggressively, and the Justice Department seeks maximum penalties for those crimes. Some current and former law enforcement officials, however, fear the public perception is that they are less serious about hate crimes because they don’t label such violence as terrorism.
“It is time to treat domestic terrorism as the national threat that it is, and track, analyze, and punish political violence at the federal level,” the FBI Agents Association said in a statement last week. “Winning the fight against domestic terrorism is not about parties or political views; it is about ending political violence.”
Other current and former law enforcement officials view that kind of change as unnecessary and potentially problematic, depending on how such a law was written.
“There are no investigative or prosecutorial gaps,” said Chuck Rosenberg, a former U.S. attorney and senior FBI official. “The FBI has the investigative tools it needs, and U.S. attorneys have the prosecutorial tools they need for these types of crimes.”
Within the Justice Department, officials who have favored such a change in the law have pointed to a pair of 2014 shootings that killed three people outside a Jewish community center and a Jewish retirement facility in Overland Park, Kan.
The gunman in that case, a former senior member of the Ku Klux Klan, was prosecuted by state authorities. Some current and former law enforcement officials have expressed concerns privately that the lack of a federal prosecution was a missed opportunity to put a national spotlight on the dangers of anti-Semitic violence, and show the public that Washington is focused on the issue.
The gunman went to trial in state court, where he was convicted and sentenced to death.
What we liked in DAN BROWN'S INFERNO was how a museum security guard angry at LANGDON ready to turn him into the local police for theft----suddenly reverses her opinion and believes LANGDON may be that good guy when those MEN IN BLACK----the WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION global private military security storm into the museum.
It is a universal feeling for our 99% WE THE PEOPLE to suddenly flip in loyalties when confronted by global military corporations. LANGDON escapes because the museum security guards DISTRUST the MEN IN BLACK.
We saw lots of global security DRONE work with local security as well as LANGDON finding it unsettling to have these DRONE HELICOPTERS freely flying through corridors inside and outside of buildings. All local sovereignty disappeared as global military corporations tied to WHO appeared. They were simply worried about LANGDON.
We discuss OFTEN how these few decades of CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA have built a global private military complex all working for global banking 1% OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS----seeing themselves having no accountability to any SOVEREIGN RULE OF LAW.
WHO IS WORLD BANK IS IMF IS UNITED NATIONS IS FILLED WITH FAR-RIGHT WING GLOBAL BANKING 2% EXTREME WEALTH EXTREME POVERTY LIBERTARIAN MARXISTS.
Nothing PUBLIC INTEREST is coming from WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION ---WHO.
Our 99% WE THE PEOPLE really do not like our national and personal SOVEREIGNTY rights to disappear under global private military corporations.
- Headquarters Leadership Team
- Deputy Directors-General
- Assistant Directors-General
- Regional Directors
- Global Policy Group
- Former Directors-General
G20 Health Ministers Forum, World Economic ForumDavos, Switzerland
25 January 2003
Your Excellencies, Friends,
At last year's World Health Assembly, WHO's Member States supported our longstanding policy that one of the most effective methods of preparing for deliberately caused disease is to strengthen public health surveillance and response activities for naturally or accidentally occurring diseases.
In public health, we often say that if one person is infected, the whole world is at risk. Last year's anthrax incidents have taught us how vulnerable even the most sophisticated societies are to the deliberate use of chemical and biological agents to cause harm. Since then, WHO has worked globally to improve awareness and assist countries in building up their preparedness.
Disease surveillance and control has immediate civilian benefits, since it improves protection against all disease outbreaks, whatever the cause.
When we discuss biological and chemical weapons, three things should be kept in mind:
Firstly, it is not only anthrax or smallpox which can have the potential of wreaking havoc on populations in times of conflict: malaria, cholera and dysentery, AIDS, measles, respiratory infections - these are enemies we must take seriously wherever there is conflict.
Secondly, the approaches and methods we use to prepare for, detect and respond to biological and chemical weapons use are very similar to those we use for ordinary disease outbreaks.
And thirdly, although early use of chemical agents on the battlefield mainly affected combatants, we have over the past two decades seen a willingness to use biological and chemical agents to target civilians. To prepare for and respond to such use is considerably more complex and difficult than to protect military personnel.
The dangers of biological and chemical weapons is not new. As early as 1970, WHO issued a guidance manual for countries on how to build up preparedness and respond to a possible attack. This manual was reissued, fully revised and updated, in 2002.
Clearly, these issues took on a new urgency after the events in the United States in the fall of 2001.
WHO has been closely involved in advising Member States on their preparedness for any biological or chemical event including smallpox. One of these initiatives was taken by G7 health ministers and Mexico, who began a series of meetings and informal contact. WHO is actively involved in this process, including expanding our global smallpox vaccine stockpile.
We are regularly consulted on the availability of smallpox vaccine and other aspects of such preparedness. WHO continues to maintain its reserve stock of vaccine for use as an emergency supply in the case of an outbreak, and works with countries to advocate investment in public health preparedness and response for disease outbreaks and public health emergencies. Such investment provides a clear and sustainable public health benefit whether outbreaks are naturally or deliberately caused.
Our response to a deliberate release of biological or a chemical agent would occur along the same lines as our response to an outbreak of infectious disease or an accidental chemical release. We would focus on the public health implications and assist countries to manage them.
Global public health concerns are also what determines WHO relations with military health institutions. Although military health institutions are non-traditional partners for WHO, the organization has been mandated to collaborate with "all potential technical partners in the area of epidemic alert and response". In many outbreak settings, particularly those associated with complex humanitarian emergencies, the military can be key to epidemic alert and response.
WHO has been engaging military health assets for public health by forming collaborating centre relationships with military laboratories in developing countries and engaging military health assets in epidemic response.
We have established a civil–military liaison activity to facilitate military contributions to epidemic alert and response activities. Since 1992, WHO has been in official relations with the International Committee on Military Medicine (ICMM) since 1952, the largest intergovernmental military medical organization involving some 110 Member States.
WHO is planning to explore avenues for further partnership with the Committee with a view to accessing technical expertise on epidemic alert and response to epidemics, be they natural or deliberate in origin.
WHO will also examine the development of new tools, within our mandate to contain or mitigate the effects of natural occurrence, accidental release or deliberate use of biological, chemical agents and radionuclear material. Such tools could include modelling of possible scenarios of natural occurrence, accidental release or deliberate use of such agents and collective mechanisms concerning the global public health response.
In last year's Resolution at the World Health Assembly, countries also committed to putting in place national disease-surveillance plans which are complementary to regional and global disease-surveillance mechanisms, and to collaborate in the rapid analysis and sharing of surveillance data of international humanitarian concern.
The Member States have also committed to collaborate and provide mutual support in order to enhance national capacity in field epidemiology, laboratory diagnoses, toxicology and case management. This is important, since the capacity for both surveillance and response obviously varies tremendously between countries.
Countries have agreed to treat any deliberate use as a global public health threat, and to respond to such a threat by sharing expertise, supplies and resources in order rapidly to contain the event and mitigate its effects.
Before I end, let me remind us all that biological and chemical weapons are not the only health threat in war. Throughout history, the deadly comrades of war and disease have accounted for a major proportion of human suffering and death. The generals of previous centuries knew that disease was a bigger enemy than the army they would face across the battlefield.
Despite the advances in both medicine and weapons technology throughout the 20th century, disease has continued to be the most formidable enemy, at least for the civilian population.
Armed conflict always amplifies factors that lead to increased incidence of infectious diseases among civilians. Mass movement of populations, overcrowding, lack of access to clean water, poor sanitation, lack of shelter, and poor nutritional status all increase the population's vulnerability to disease. In addition, the collapse of public health infrastructure and the lack of health services hampers control programmes such as vaccination or vector control.
During conflict, populations are often suddenly displaced and relocated to temporary settlements or camps. We have seen crude mortality rates over 60 times higher than normal in such situations.
Unless targeted prevention and control measures, like measles vaccination, provision of safe water and basic sanitation are implemented, death rates can suddenly shoot up. For instance, the outbreak of cholera and dysentery in Goma, former Zaire, in June, 1994, killed more than 12 000 Rwandan refugees in just 3 weeks.
In many conflict situations, ongoing war has led to “chronic emergencies” affecting entire countries and with long rehabilitation phases, such as, Afghanistan, Angola, Somalia, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Very often, populations are dependent in the long term on non-governmental organizations for the most basic health services—in Afghanistan, over 70% of health-care services are provided by such organizations. Rebuilding the public health infrastructure in these countries might be seen as a priority but it rarely receives the long-term investment required from the international community.
Prevention and control programmes deteriorate in war-torn areas, with a consequent increase in vector-borne diseases such as malaria, sleeping sickness, yellow fever, tuberculosis and AIDS; and vaccine-preventable diseases such as measles. In Afghanistan, malaria was well controlled before civil strife began in 1979. However, in the past 20 years the disease has resurged, with 2–3 million cases per year. The increasing prevalence of HIV/AIDS in conflict situations from poor injection safety, lack of treatment for sexually transmitted infections, increased incidence of sex work, and lack of condoms are also major threats to the long-term health of these populations.
There are few if any differences between the work we do to prevent the threat of disease in war and the threat of disease in peace. Let us all do our utmost to protect populations from disease wherever and whenever it occurs.
Global banking 1% FREEMASON STARS novels like DAN BROWN's series always seem to cast the HERO as a graduate from the very GLOBAL HEDGE FUND IVY LEAGUES tied to OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS-----which are working as THE PROVOST MENDACIUM-------not as our 99% populist heroes.
LANGDON as an art historian specializing in SYMBOLS/DANTE'S use of political, philosophical, economic symbols-----
What we ask our 5% freemason/Greek players who eat all this symbolism and analysis LIKE CANDY-----when do 5% freemason/Greek players go UNDER THE BUS? When they continue to believe all these CLUES---when global banking 1% have CHANGED THE SECRET KNOCKS AND HANDSHAKES.
'Brown continued the adventures of his tweedy protagonist in The Lost Symbol (2009), which focuses on Freemasons, and Inferno (2013), which saw Langdon following clues related to Dante’s epic poem The Divine Comedy in an effort to stop the release of a plague'.
MOVING FORWARD ONE WORLD ONE GOVERNANCE is not tied to DANTE'S medieval battles between global banking 1% families-----the goals MOVING FORWARD today are using these medieval works of art to create FALSE FLAGS-------to create FAKE goals.
What is worse than being outside the loop of secret societies as our 99% of WE THE PEOPLE mostly are--------it is being inside the loop and becoming LANGDON------being the VICTIM of THE PROVOST MENDACIUM where those dastardly global banking 5% freemason/Greek players black, white, and brown players DON'T KNOW WHAT MOVING FORWARD WILL LOOK LIKE.
Below we see FORBES telling us what MOVING FORWARD TRANSHUMANISM is all about-----OH, REALLY?????? GOING TO GLOBAL BANKING 1% FAKE MEDIA OUTLETS to figure out the goals of TRANSHUMANISM?
Today's global banking 5% freemason/Greek players black, white, and brown ARE LANGDON------being made VICTIMS of THE PROVOST MENDACIUM.
Nov 20, 2017, 06:10am
Transhumanism And The Future Of Humanity: 7 Ways The World Will Change By 2030
Sarwant Singh Contributor FORBES
Companies today are strategizing about future investments and technologies such as artificial intelligence, the internet of things, or growth around new business models. While many of these trends will make for solid investments for the next 5-10 years, fewer companies are considering the revolutionary convergence of disparate trends pulled from technology, behavioral and societal changes, and medical advances to understand how they will converge to transform society. This transformation will be messy, complex, and sometimes scary, but signals already point to a future of humanity that will blur our identities into “transhumanism.”
Transhumanism and the Future of Humanity
Frost & Sullivan
To understand this topic, our Visionary Innovation Group looked at three fundamental pillars of humanity and how they will evolve over the coming 10-15 years: our bodies, our thought, and our behavior. After identifying the driving forces that will transform these fundamental pillars, we extracted key themes emerging from their convergence. Ultimately our goal was to determine the ways in which the changing nature of humanity and transhumanism would affect individuals, society, businesses, and government.
A few of the trends that emerged from this study include the following seven trends. We hope they will spark discussion and innovation at your organizations.
- Our bodies will be augmented
These body augmentation capabilities will give rise to humans that are more resilient, optimized and continually monitored. They will also lead to implications around which job opportunities are available to those with and without augmented abilities, as well as impacting sports competition with hierarchies based on body augmentation. We already see the early days of this with questions around leg prosthesis and whether they provide runners with increased speed compared to that of an average human. At the same time, augmented bodies will usher in risks such as espionage potential via contact lens camera hacks, or even more worryingly, risk of a stratified human race based on those who can afford augmentations and those who cannot.
- Our thought processes will be faster and more transferable
Both wearable and implantable brain-machine interfaces (BMIs) are in development from organizations that include Elon Musk’s Neuralink, Facebook, and DARPA. These devices will dramatically alter the ways in which we communicate with each other, as well as digital devices. Today, when I speak with others, I am limited by the speed with which I can speak and the words on the tip of my tongue. When I interface with a computer, I am limited by the speed that I can type. BMIs will change all of this… to enabling communication at the speed of thought in its full, unfiltered state. Mark Zuckerberg has described the following scenario: Today, when we share our vacation experiences, we upload photos and videos. With BMIs, I can share my full sensory and emotional vacation experience with my friends and family.
ANY medical facility or barber surgeon using this new FAKE NEWS term ------SUPER-HUMANS -----we already KNOW is a 5% freemason/Greek player. We have a global 99% of citizens not needing or wanting this SUPER-HUMAN TECHNOLOGY. We state over and again---the only people behind all this TRANSHUMANISM/BUILDING SUPER-HUMANS are those global banking 1% OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS. We are sure there are EVIL GENIUSES out there working hard towards these goals----but our 99% of WE THE PEOPLE should stay away from these medical products.
Why is SUPER-HUMANISM being sold in our US national mainstream media? Because global banking 1% uses our 99% of WE THE PEOPLE as TEST DUMMIES.
'Our bodies will be augmented'
The goals of SUPER-HUMAN TRANSHUMANISM is FAKE NEWS. The only thing MOVING FORWARD in these medical technologies is creating that SUPER-DUPER BIG DEAD HEAD with ARTIFICIAL intelligence/robotics being the only WORKER game in town. Our global 1% would not touch any of these SUPER-HUMAN technologies until decades of our 99% WE THE PEOPLE being used as TEST DUMMIES.
'Kevin R. Stone - Wikipediaen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_R._Stone Kevin Robert Stone, M.D. (born June 4, 1955) is a physician, orthopedic surgeon, clinician, researcher, and company founder of The Stone Clinic and the Stone Research Foundation in San Francisco'.
A BARBER SURGEON would use the term SUPER-HUMAN-----a REAL physician would have GREAT DOUBTS.
Of course SUPER-HUMAN was a term used in DAN BROWN'S INFERNO.
Posted by Kevin R. Stone, M.D on May 20th, 2018
It is a heady time in the world of human empowerment. We are seeing technologies that can alter our genetic code, augment our brainpower, enhance our physique, and extend our lives. Our goals as physicians are no longer limited to healing injuries and curing disease. The question “Can you make me better than I have ever been?” has moved from fantasy to near reality. Here are a few of the highlights from recent TED, Near Future, and other gatherings.
Brain-body connections: Contract a muscle and the artificial limb moves. This technology was once a dream for those who have lost limbs. The interfaces between the motor nerves and prosthetic devices have rapidly improved, permitting power-assisted extremities. Next to come are the “think it and move it” interfaces. The applications are endless: from piloting jet fighters to using assisted robotic devices in surgery. The restrictions imposed by human inaccuracy in hand movements or by time delays (between a command and its execution) will be removed. And the next level of this fantastical interface will involve “think it and have your thoughts edited before the action.” Our now ubiquitous voice agents—like Siri or Alexa—will become mind agents, combined with the databases of Watson and Google and enhanced by artificial intelligence, to vastly improve the appearance and ability of your intelligence.
Heal it faster and stronger: Injury is an opportunity. In the past, we have counseled our patients to use their injuries as an excuse to optimize their entire body with updated training programs and nutrition, with the goal of returning to life fitter, faster and stronger™.
However, our tools to treat them—and their abilities to use them—sometimes fell short. In what I call the “anabolic era of orthopaedics,” we use the body’s own response to injury (e.g., rushing blood with stem cells and growth factors to the site) as a model for how we should treat tissue damage. We now augment almost all tissue injuries with a cocktail of stem cells and growth factors. We bathe donor tissues in these same compounds and we stimulate new blood supplies to heal tissues previously thought to be untreatable.
The next step is to refine these treatments by identifying which specific growth factors are needed and applying them in a selective manner. An ACL-injured knee clearly has a different biochemical profile than an arthritic knee. We will soon have a much clearer picture of how to augment the healing process.
Can we accelerate the process? Why does it take nearly a year for collagen to mature to full strength? Why is the re-injury rate so high, and why are the revision surgeries not as successful? The answers may lie in the “weaknesses” of evolution. People were not designed to live past middle age; thus, the senescence of cells and the morphology of collagen are not up to the tasks we now ask of them. Both, however, can and are being changed.
Replacement tissues that start out better than the tissues that were injured are sometimes now available. Animal tissues from younger, stronger sources—such as pig tissues—are the best donors and will soon be augmented by stem cells and growth factors. The early version of this work has received approval for use in Europe and will be refined here.
Advanced in-patient profiling is underway: A simple scanner using multiple Kinect body scanning devices obtains all the standing and volume measurements of patients and correlates them with various orthopaedic disease states. A dynamic gait lab captures their movements. A spit test or swab produces a full human genome sequence; which can tell us which diseases are likely to pop up, which patients are likely to respond to which therapeutic drugs, and which diets are likely to be most effective.
Today, we are giving supplements which we already know affect the telopeptides: terminals of the genetic code which enhance certain functions and suppress others. Nutrition counseling will move from focusing on weight to focusing on specific, genetically-directed cellular activity. We are modifying the genetic activities of our patients after they get injured to treat, augment, and prevent another unfortunate healthcare episode.
In my part of the medical science space, we are not overly concerned with life extension. We are focused on living life to its fullest—and “full” now has new meaning. Building SuperHumans is becoming part of our everyday medicine.
Posted by Kevin R. Stone, M.D on May 20th, 2018