Fortunately, the Swiss National Advisory Commission on Biomedical Ethics (NEK, President: Otfried Höffe) critically commented on the use of the ADHD drug Ritalin in its opinion of 22 November 2011 titled Human enhancement by means of pharmacological agents: The consumption of pharmacological agents altered the child’s behavior without any contribution on his or her part.
In the United States, at least 9% of school-aged children have been diagnosed with ADHD, and are taking pharmaceutical medications. In France, the percentage of kids diagnosed and medicated for ADHD is less than .5%. How come the epidemic of ADHD—which has become firmly established in the United States—has almost completely passed over children in France?
Al Gore Publicly Admits Chemtrails Aerosol Spraying!
Does spraying us with Aluminum and Barium and other toxic gases will save the world!?
Does blocking the SUN will save the earth? ! ha ha
Ladies and gentlemen these people have taken us for idiots!? I don’t know people but something is going on!
Minister Farrakhan comments on the Boston Bombings and the U.S. Government’s explanations. Minister Farrakhan’s comments were made during Part 17 of his weekly message, ‘The Time & What Must Be Done’ released May 4, 2013.
An international protest is planned for May 25 against biotechnology company Monsanto in six continents and demonstrations are planned in tens of countries. Monsanto, a titan of the emerging biotech industry, has come under attack from environmentalists, agriculturalists and average consumers over the company’s conduct in the realm of genetically-modified organisms and genetically-engineered foods. Despite research on the effects of GMO crops being largely considered inconclusive, Monsanto has lobbied hard in Washington and around the globe to be able to continue manufacturing lab-made foods without the oversight that many have demanded. Nick Bernabe , the director of Social network “March against Monsanto” joins us for more.
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Attorney General EricHolder testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, March 6, 2013.
The Department of Justice secretly obtained phone records for reporters and editors who work for the Associated Press news agency, including records for the home phones and cell phones of individual journalists, according to the AP, in what the agency characterized as “serious interference with AP’s constitutional rights to gather and report the news.”