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Ke$ha was forced to sing and release “Die Young”?

The singer tweeted “i understand. I had my very own issue with “die young” for this reason. I did NOT want to sing those lyrics and I was FORCED TO” …
Who forced her to sing those lyrics and why? Was the illuminati forcing her to write the song to foreshadow the tragedy that involved children “dying young”?
The pop industry isn’t a home for artists, it is a home for instruments. If you are willing to “sell your soul” to these record companies, yes, you will become rich, but be prepared to do whatever they say or be ready to be sued for breach of contract.

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Experts Horrified by Leaked CRISPR Baby Study

Chinese scientist He Jiankui’s creation of the world’s first gene-edited human babies was undoubtedly one of the most impactful science stories of 2018.

But for as much attention as the experiment received, the paper detailing it was never actually published — until now.

On Tuesday, MIT Technology Review published excerpts from a copy of He’s manuscript, titled “Birth of Twins After Genome Editing for HIV Resistance,” which it obtained from a source earlier in 2019.

The outlet also shared the manuscript with a legal scholar, a doctor specializing in in vitro fertilization, an embryologist, and a gene-editing specialist — and the experts’ reactions to He’s CRISPR baby study confirm that it was an absolute ethical nightmare.

The MIT Tech Review story highlights 13 problems the experts found with the paper, not least of which is the fact that the researchers behind it never managed to actually prove their claims that the experiment was “successful.”

Additionally, the experts note that He and his co-authors seem to have made deliberate attempts to conceal some key information, such as by not naming the doctors involved in the experiment.

In other instances, He’s team appears to have outright lied, for example by noting in the manuscript that the twins were born in November 2018 when people familiar with the experiment have said the birth occurred in October.

The experts told MIT Tech Review that reading the manuscript not only left them concerned that the parents involved in the CRISPR baby study only participated to gain access to in vitro fertilization — and not to prevent their offspring from inheriting the father’s HIV — but also that the doctors involved in the experiment might not have even known what was happening.

“Approaching this document, I was hoping to see a reflective and mindful approach to gene editing in human embryos,” Rita Vassena, scientific director of assisted reproduction company Eugin Group, told MIT Tech Review.

“Unfortunately, it reads more like an experiment in search of a purpose,” she continued, “an attempt to find a defensible reason to use CRISPR/Cas9 technology in human embryos at all costs, rather than a conscientious, carefully thought through, stepwise approach to editing the human genome for generations to come.”

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FBI launches a new phobia: You’re being watched on smart TVs

Federal Bureau of Investigation warned US citizens that hackers can watch and monitor them through modern TVs.

It goes without saying that ordinary people can be watched via smart camcorders. Therefore, these cameras must be “sealed ” when not in use.

Smart TVs have built-in internet access to watch streaming media content.

Technically, it’s a hybrid between a PC and a TV. That’s why the FBI triggered the alarm – any ordinary computer can be hacked, which means it can be done with smart TVs.

Many smart TVs are equipped with camcorders and microphones. If hackers break into your TV, they will be able to watch and hear you, and you won’t even notice it.

But, hackers will not stop until they penetrate your TV. If their activity is not stopped, they will reach your smartphone and laptop using your data.

The FBI advises:

“Don’t rely on the default settings. Protect your privacy by putting, for example, an opaque adhesive tape on your cameras when not in use. “

This warning was posted on November 26, 2019 by FBI staff at the Bureau’s official website.

The warning was deliberately issued before Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday, known for selling people a variety of things, including digital equipment and smart TVs.

The warning also says:

“If they get access to your equipment, in the simplest case, they will modify your channel list or show inappropriate videos to your children. At worst, they will unnoticed, turn on the camera and microphone, even in your bedroom.”

It is reported that if citizens spot cyber fraud cases, they can always ‘knock’ at the FBI’s local office or file a complaint online through a dedicated website.

All of this provokes conspiracy theorists to ask questions, such as: who should be more guarded by hackers or special services? Isn’t this evidence that the FBI is spying on people the same way? Why is this information given? What is the FBI’s intended purpose?

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Latest Tests Reveal Children’s Cereals Still Contaminated with Toxic Glyphosate

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The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has compiled fresh data on the levels of toxic glyphosate (Roundup) found in several popular oat-based breakfast cereals, and the verdict is this: All of them contain at least trace amounts of the cancer-causing herbicide, while most of them are loaded with it.

Olga Naidenko, PhD, a senior science advisor at EWG, along with Alexis Temkin, a toxicologist at EWG, identified the presence of glyphosate in all of the 21 oat-based cereals and snack products they tested. And all but four of these products were found to contain glyphosate at levels higher than what EWG considers to be “protective for children’s health with a sufficient margin of safety.”

The worst product was General Mills’ Honey Nut Cheerios Medley Crunch, which clocked in at 833 parts per billion, or ppb, of glyphosate. In second place was General Mills’ Cheerios Toasted Whole Grain Oat Cereal, which tested at 729 ppb of glyphosate.

General Mills’ Honey Nut Cheerios was one of the few cereal products that tested below EWG’s children’s health benchmark of 160 ppb of glyphosate, containing 147 ppb of glyphosate according to EWG’s tests. The best-testing product was Nature Valley Fruit & Nut, and Dark Chocolate & Nut, Chewy Trail Mix Granola Bars, at 76 ppb of glyphosate.

A whole slew of other General Mills and Nature Valley products tested at somewhere in between these upper and lower levels, while still mostly exceeding EWG’s children’s health benchmark of 160 ppb of glyphosate.

These latest findings are significant in that they once again prove that children’s breakfast cereals, especially those that aren’t organic and contain oat ingredients, are a toxic nightmare that’s being completely ignored by federal health authorities.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), for instance, has yet to act on a petition filed by EWG that calls on the agency to “sharply limit” the amounts of glyphosate residue allowed on food. EWG has also called on the EPA to put an end to the use of glyphosate as a preharvest desiccating, or drying, agent.

But the EPA rarely acts on behalf of the general public, it’s important to note. In fact, the agency has been colluding with Monsanto (now Bayer-Monsanto) for years to keep glyphosate on the market by claiming that the chemical is completely safe for humans – this being a total lie.

Amid ongoing litigation concerning glyphosate’s cancer-causing properties, Bayer-Monsanto is desperate to keep a lid on the truth – and the EPA is actually helping the company to continue deceiving the public about it. But EWG’s petition, which includes 19 food companies that agree with its demands, has already been signed by more than 80,000 people, meaning the EPA can’t ignore it forever.

Prior to 1993, the EPA actually had standards in place to prevent excess glyphosate from getting into food. But those standards have since been abolished, which explains why the American food supply is becoming increasingly more toxic with each passing day.

“EWG’s petition, currently under consideration by EPA, calls on the agency to return to its health-protective 1993 standard,” EWG reports. “But it could take years for EPA to act, and the agency has been caught colluding with Monsanto to promote the claim that the chemical is safe.”

“The only way to quickly remove this cancer-causing weedkiller from foods marketed to children is for companies like General Mills and Quaker to use oats from farmers who do not use glyphosate as a desiccant,” EWG goes on to explain, adding that more than 236,000 people have already signed a petition calling on these two companies to stop sourcing oats from farms that use glyphosate as a preharvest desiccant.

You can sign that petition yourself at this link.

Ethan Huff
Natural News

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