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‘Rechtszaken in Japan tegen fabrikanten HPV-vaccin’

‘Rechtszaken in Japan tegen fabrikanten HPV-vaccin’

TokyoIn Japan hebben 28 meisjes en vrouwen een proces aangespannen tegen de makers van vaccins tegen baarmoederhalskanker, omdat zij enorme last hebben gekregen van, zoals zij zelf zeggen, de bijwerkingen van het HPV-vaccin. Het vaccin tegen baarmoederhalskanker.

De vrouwen en meisjes zijn op hun elfde of later gevaccineerd en hebben ernstige en langdurige bijwerkingen ondervonden van het HPV-vaccin.  Dit meldt de Japan Times op de website. De aanklagers zijn tussen de 15 en 22 jaar oud en hadden uiteenlopende reacties op de vaccinaties, zoals zenuwaandoeningen en pijn over het hele lichaam. Ook konden sommigen plotseling minder goed lopen. Elk slachtoffer eist nu 15 miljoen yen (125.000 euro) schadevergoeding van de fabrikanten van de vaccins Gardacil en Cervarix, respectievelijk Merck en GlaxoSmithKline, en van de Japanse overheid.

Wandelstok en rolstoel

Een van de aanklagers is Erina Sonoda, een 20-jarige studente. Tegen de Japan Times vertelt ze dat ze erge menstruatiepijn kreeg na de tweede vaccinatie. Na de derde prik verspreidde de pijn zich naar de rest van haar lichaam. Door de heftige pijn kan Sonoda niet zonder wandelstok lopen en moet ze vaak een rolstoel gebruiken. Volgens advocaat Masumi Minaguchi die de meisjes en vrouwen vertegenwoordigt, zijn er vanaf juli vorig jaar al 119 eisers geweest met vergelijkbare aanklachten. De rechtszaken vonden plaats in Tokyo, Nogoya, Osaka en Fukuoka.

3000 meldingen van bijwerkingen

Vertegenwoordigers van de farmaceuten hebben aangegeven dat de veiligheid en de effectiviteit van de vaccins tegen baarmoederhalskanker wetenschappelijk zijn vastgesteld en ontkennen dat er een link is tussen de zogeheten bijwerkingen en de vaccinaties. Het Japanse ministerie van Volksgezondheid raadde in april 2013 meisjes tussen de 12 en de 16 jaar aan om de vaccinaties tegen baarmoederhalskanker te halen. Twee maanden later stopte het ministerie met dit advies vanwege de meldingen over bijwerkingen, aldus Japan Times. Bij het Japanse ministerie van Volksgezondheid zijn inmiddels bijna 3000 meldingen van bijwerkingen binnengekomen.

In Nederland worden meisjes van 9 tot 15 jaar ook gevaccineerd met Cervarix. Het programma Zorg.nu besteedde onlangs aandacht aan de risico’s van het vaccin.






The Architecture of Belief | Jordan Peterson and Stefan Molyneux

The Architecture of Belief | Jordan Peterson and Stefan Molyneux

Gepubliceerd op 12 feb. 2017

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What is the reason behind the drift of western culture into empty nihilistic materialistic hedonism? Dr. Jordan Peterson joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the complicated nature of cultural division, the reduction of personal responsibility, the danger of not “having meaning” in your life, the nature of ideology, developing a sense of efficacy in the world, suffering as an intrinsic component to human nature, the argument for free will and much more!

Dr. Jordan Peterson is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto, a clinical psychologist and the author of “Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief.”

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What Is Pope Francis Doing Making A Public Political Stand Against The Dakota Access Pipeline?

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by Geoffrey Grider

Pope Francis appeared on Wednesday to back Native Americans seeking to halt part of the Dakota Access Pipeline, saying indigenous cultures have a right to defend “their ancestral relationship to the earth”.

“And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH. And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus: and when I saw her, I wondered with great admiration.” Revelation 17:5,6 (KJV)

EDITOR’S NOTE: Why was Pope Francis continuing his unwarranted meddling in the affairs of a sovereign nation like the United States? Well, according to the book of Revelation, Pope Francis sees himself as global leader of the kings of nations, and not merely the pope of the Catholic Church. That’s because the Vatican is the Whore of Babylon, and he is just fulfilling his long-appointed role as the leader of this antichrist system.

The Latin American pope, who has often strongly defended indigenous rights since his election in 2013, made his comments on protection of native lands to representative of tribes attending the Indigenous Peoples Forum in Rome.

While he did not name the pipeline, he used strong and clear language applicable to the conflict, saying development had to be reconciled with “the protection of the particular characteristics of indigenous peoples and their territories”.

Pope backs Native Americans in Dakota Access Pipeline row

Pope Francis spoke two days after a U.S. federal judge denied a request by tribes to halt construction of the final link of the project that sparked months of protests by activists aimed at stopping the 1,170-mile line.

Speaking in Spanish, Francis said the need to protect native territories was “especially clear when planning economic activities which may interfere with indigenous cultures and their ancestral relationship to the earth”.

The Standing Rock Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes have argued the project would prevent them from practicing religious ceremonies at a lake they say is surrounded by sacred ground.

“In this regard, the right to prior and informed consent (of native peoples) should always prevail,” the pope said, citing the 1997 U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Thousands of tribe members, environmentalists and others set up camps last year on Army Corps land in the North Dakota plains as protests intensified.

In December, the administration of former U.S. President Barack Obama denied the last permit needed by Energy Transfer Partners, which is building the $3.8 billion pipeline.

But last week, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers granted a final easement, after President Donald Trump issued an order to advance the project days after he took office in January.

The pope made an indirect criticism last week of another Trump project, a wall along the border with Mexico, saying society should not create “walls but bridges” and ask others to pay for them.

Francis, who wrote a major encyclical letter in 2015 on climate change and the environment, told the group that new technologies could be legitimate but had to respect the earth. “Do not allow those which destroy the earth, which destroy the environment and the ecological balance, and which end up destroying the wisdom of peoples,” he said. source

Geoffrey Grider | February 15, 2017 at 1:24 pm | URL: http://wp.me/p1kFP6-cwM

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President Trump Welcomes Israeli PM Netanyahu To Washington In Historic Lead Up To Embassy Move

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President Trump Holds Joint Press Conference with Prime Minister Netanyahu In Washington DC 02/15/2017

EDITOR’S NOTE: PM Netanyahu today in Washington said that there is “no greater friend of Israel than President Donald Trump”. President Trump for his part said “there is no daylight between Israel and the United States”. President Trump did not make definitive moves forward on moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem other to say he was still “studying the issue”.

President Trump hosted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House Wednesday for a series of meetings intended to “show there is no daylight” between the two leaders on a range of issues, White House aides say.

And that includes the so-called “two-state solution” that has been a hallmark of U.S. policy in the Middle East — and a source of friction between the Netanyahu government and Trump’s predecessor, President Barack Obama.

The two-state solution calls for a negotiated settlement leading to a Palestinian nation alongside Israel, and it was the U.S. policy under both the Bush and Obama administrations. But ahead of Netanyahu’s visit with Trump — which will include business meetings, a working lunch and a joint press conference — the Trump administration appeared to back away from that policy.

The two sides have to agree on a two-state solution, and the United States can’t impose it on them, said a senior White House official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive diplomatic negotiations.

But despite the public showing of solidarity, the Trump White House has been slow to distance itself from the policies of his predecessors in a number of areas, including:

The location of the U.S. embassy. A 1995 law requires the president to move the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, but every president since has invoked a national security waiver to block the move. Trump has signaled that he wants to end that policy, but has moved cautiously in his first weeks.

The Iran nuclear deal. During the campaign, Trump threatened to “rip up” the agreement negotiated by the Obama administration and five other global powers with Iran to scale down its nuclear program. But even as the Trump administration has leveled new sanctions for Iran’s missile tests, Trump has not made any moves to break the Obama-era agreement known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

The Islamic State. Trump has made defeating the terrorist group in Syria and Iraq the overarching goal of his foreign policy — to the extent that he’s been willing to rethink the role of old rivalries and alliances. As the closest U.S. ally in the region, Trump will seek to coordinate anti-terrorism strategy with Israel, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Tuesday. “They will discuss ways to advance and strengthen the special relationship between our two countries and stability in the Middle East,” he said.

Israeli settlements. In an unexpected change in tone this month, the White House responded to continued Israeli settlements in the West Bank with a statement saying those settlements “may not be helpful” in resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

A Middle East peace agreement has eluded U.S. presidents for generations, but Trump — who lacks diplomatic experience but built a real estate empire — has said he thinks he can broker “the ultimate deal.” source



Geoffrey Grider | February 15, 2017 at 12:50 pm | Categories: The Big Story | URL: http://wp.me/p1kFP6-cwI

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