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 on: September 21, 2016, 10:43:53 AM 
Started by ama - Last post by Zoran
Auf jeden Fall ist er immer noch in Kanada. Hat sich in den Anfangsjahren des WWW, als die Meisten nur wußten, daß der Kompjuter eine Blechbüse mit Kabeln ist, hochgewurschtelt und als Eggsperte bejubeln lassen. Auf der Welle reist er immer noch. Bei den alten Telefonhorchern des CCC sind auch wieviele nach oben geschwemmt worden? Genau die gleiche Brühe.

Binsenwahrheiten brabbeln und dick einen auf Networking machen. Mit Statistik geht das ganz, ganz einfach... Erstens versteht die sowieso keiner und zweitens sieht sie immer schick aus.

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He founded and headed the first research group on cybermedicine and eHealth worldwide at the University of Heidelberg between 1999 and 2001, where his main research interest was consumer health informatics, and came to Canada in March 2002 to help build the Centre for Global eHealth Innovation in Toronto.

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Um es mit Thymian zu sagen: "DU MEINE GÜTE!"

 on: September 21, 2016, 10:28:29 AM 
Started by astralocton - Last post by Zoran
Posted by: GdGy
« on: September 21, 2016, 09:31:42 AM »

The latest incarnation of the BX Protocol website , which shows pump-action bottles , , still has "1/1012".

My dear Mr. wiseguy, where is your piece of proof? Is your only purpose url-dropping?

This is the piece of proof:

Because the photocatalytic activity of the Energy Catalyst is so high, we are able to rely on low concentrations of the bio-molecule within the human body. In this sense the solution based preparations could be viewed as homeopathic, with dilution factors exceeding 1/1012  However, it’s the ability of the substance to initiate oxidation dispersal within the toxic structures that allows the reaction to geometrically progress and spread from cell to cell, which could be equated to the relationship between a matchstick and a forest fire.

Now tell us  what is wrong with that.

 on: September 21, 2016, 09:31:42 AM 
Started by astralocton - Last post by GdGy
The latest incarnation of the BX Protocol website , which shows pump-action bottles , , still has "1/1012".

 on: September 21, 2016, 08:52:13 AM 
Started by Omegafant - Last post by Omegafant
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 on: September 21, 2016, 08:44:30 AM 
Started by Omegafant - Last post by Omegafant

Death from the USA
Lethal fraud committed by Dewayne Lee Smith, Linda Pendleton Smith, Todd David Mauer, Christian Oesch, Brett Hultberg, Beth McDougall, Sherri Tenpenny, Dietrich Klinghardt, and other accomplices
BX Protocol, Delta Institute, Utah

SWAT - get ready!

 on: September 20, 2016, 09:18:39 PM 
Started by Zollstein - Last post by Omegafant
There is no second source. So we have to take this one, by Carrie Teegardin.

Carrie Teegardin
“Wonderfully hungry” doc suspended by medical board
August 8, 2016   | Filed in: Investigations, watchdog news.
Comments 17

A Georgia physician who asks almost everyone if they are “wonderfully hungry” was told by the Georgia Composite Medical Board on Thursday that his license will be revoked if he doesn’t complete a mental and physical evaluation within 30 days.

Dr. Andrew Ben-Hua Chung had his license suspended by the board in June after failing to comply with an order to complete a comprehensive exam. The board said in its summary suspension order that it had concerns about the doctor’s ability to practice safely, saying its investigation found that Chung refuses to speak to people unless they state they are “wonderfully hungry.”

Dr. Andrew Chung appeared Thursday before the Georgia Composite Medical Board

At Thursday’s public hearing, in which Chung appeared before the board, the doctor repeatedly asked board members and witnesses when greeting them if they were wonderfully hungry. Chung, who said he was trained at Emory University, also said he was a non-partisan candidate for president of the United States.

Chung explained that if people are wonderfully hungry, it indicates they are not having a heart attack. He said he asks the question as a caring physician and does not put patients at risk, as suggested by the board. Chung also promotes a”Be Hungry” diet as a path to health.

Attorney Lance LoRusso testified on Thursday that he filed a complaint against Chung with the medical board in 2015 after contacting the doctor on behalf of a client. He said the doctor’s behavior during his interactions raised concerns about patient care that LoRusso thought the medical board should consider. LoRusso said the doctor would not converse with him until LoRusso said he was “wonderfully hungry.”

Chung said he had been practicing in Mableton prior to his suspension.

Chung said he had been questioned by the medical board in the past, related to a book he published that advises people to limit themselves to 32 ounces of food a day.

Chung was also linked in news accounts to the mother of Markea Berry, a 16-year-old who died of starvation in 2012. Berry weighed just 43 pounds. In 2014, Ebony Espree Berry pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in her daughter’s death. Investigators determined that the mother did not intentionally starve the teen, but should have sought medical treatment for her.

Chung told the AJC Thursday that he was connected to Ebony Berry through social media. He said he visited the mother in jail after her arrest.

Chung, who goes by “Heart Doc Andrew,” told the board Thursday that he would be willing to undergo the evaluation but insisted that the results must be made available to the public because of the need to be transparent in his political campaign.

This is to give a bit of the backlight for the details.

Hard facts:


Medical Malpractice Insurance Coverage, Physicians with Licenses in Active, Probation, and Suspended
Statuses Information in this file was provided by the physician, and has not been verified by the Board.
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Physician              License  License     License      Covered by    Last
                       number   status as   expiration   malpractice   updated
                                of 6/21/16  date         insurance
CHUNG, ANDREW BEN-HUA  40347    Suspended   7/31/17      No            6/18/15

In 2012 Markea Berry died. Here is an article by the Daily Mail in Great Britain, which indicates that the story even went past the Antlantic.

Looking at the simple facts, there are not many, the begins at some time about 20 years ago. Over the years Andrew Ben Hua Chung stalks and harasses patients ill with various serious diseases, and he stalks personnel and his superiors of this places of work in clinics.

Andrew Ben Hua Chung stalks day and night. He floods the Net with endless tirades. His insane attacks drive people out of the usenet groups. He is responsible for up to 90 percent or more of the heavy traffic in some groups. He alone.

In 2012 Markea Berry died because her mother believed the lies by Andrew Ben Hua Chung. Complaints with the police, made again and again over the years, all were in vain. Nothing happened to Chung. Then Markea Berry died, and again nothing happened. Now, 4 years after her death, action is taken. But not because of her death. Killing children is simple and easy in the USA. Religion kills. Religion is allowed to kill in the USA. Only, this was not religion, it is not religion, no, it is a piece of shit, a sadistic sociopath who enjoys to harass people wherever he can.

Andrew Ben Hua Chung does know very well what he does to the people. One can read it day for day in endless streams of shit and hatred Chung dumps into the Net.

20 years now, 1 dead child, and 4 years after her death, Chung gets his license suspended. Suspended! Not revoked! And he still can go on telling lies, harassing patients wherever he can.

The legal system of the USA is a shame for mankind. Now a fraud with the name Donald Trump runs for presidency. And a piece of shit named Andrew Ben Hua Chung runs for presidency.  If Osama bin Ladin were still alive he would not bomb the USA. He would send money to Donald Trump and Andrew Ben Hua Chung. It is religion and idiots who kiill the nation. It is shit like Andrew Ben Hua Chung and it is shit like Donald Trump. And it is shit like the legal system which lets both freely commit their crimes.

There is something definitely wrong in the USA.

 on: September 20, 2016, 11:13:19 AM 
Started by ama - Last post by Omegafant
Da sind jetzt chinesische Krickel zu sehen. Nach redirector landet man bei Jemandem, der Pizza und sonstigen Fastfood verkauft. ist tot.

 on: September 20, 2016, 11:08:40 AM 
Started by Omegafant - Last post by Omegafant
Consumer Health Digest #16-35
September 18,  2016

Consumer Health Digest is a free weekly e-mail newsletter edited by Stephen Barrett, M.D
.,with help from William M. London, Ed.D., M.P.H
It summarizes scientific reports; legislative developments; enforcement actions; news reports; Web site evaluations; recommended and nonrecommended books; and other information relevant to consumer protection and consumer decision-making.

Bills to block robocalls introduced

Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) has introduced the
Repeated Objectionable Bothering of Consumers on Phones (ROBOCOP) Act
(S. 3016
),which would force telephone companies to enable their customers to block unwanted robocalls without charge.

[Schumer reveals: last month alone, nearly 50 million robocalls rang in just two NYC area codes; old methods to hangup on robocalls not working; annoying calls going up nationwide; senator introduces new bill—Robocop Act—to mandate blocking technology so millions of consumers can stop the calls
Schumer press release, June 5, 2016]

An identical measure (H.R. 4932
) is awaiting action in the House of Representatives. Robocalls are phone calls that use automated dialing machines to either play a pre-recorded message or connect to a live person.

In many cases, they are made by fraudulent companies trying to steal money from the person on the other end of the phone. Many are placed using "caller ID spoofing" that makes the caller ID display the phone number of a government agency, credit card company, or bank.

Under the "Truth in Caller ID Act of 2009," this practice is illegal if used for the purpose of defrauding or otherwise causing harm.

However, even though many of these calls clearly violate the law, it is difficult to catch the perpetrators, many of whom are overseas and/or hiding behind fake numbers.

People interested in decreasing robocalls should register their interest with Consumers Union

Court denies tax deduction for Amway losses

The U.S. Tax Court has ruled that losses sustained by a pair of Amway distributors were not tax-deductible as business expenses. IRS regulations hold that for losses to be tax deductible, the underlying activity must involve credible efforts to earn money. Activities that comprise a hobby or merely provide products for personal use do not qualify. Noting that from 2005 through 2011, the couple reported gross receipts of only $5,098 and a total net loss of $99,000, the Court concluded:

Petitioners did not create a business plan, budget, or estimate of revenues and expenses; nor did they introduce records demonstrating the amount of product they sold, who their customers were or how many customers they had, or who their downline distributors were or how many downline distributors they had. Although petitioners carefully maintained receipts, they did not use those receipts to maintain a general ledger, create profit and loss statements, or improve the performance of their Amway activity. To the contrary, petitioners used a document that merely explained Amway's payment structure as their business plan and operated their Amway activity in the same manner each year despite consistently generating losses. On these facts, it appears that petitioners maintained receipts for substantiation purposes only rather than to monitor the income and expenses of, and ultimately improve, their Amway activity. Accordingly, the Court concludes that petitioners did not operate their Amway activity in a businesslike manner.

In 2011, blogger Peter J. Reilly, CPA, summarized 23 other unfavorable rulings and concluded:

"If the reason you want to start a business is so that you can deduct money you spend anyway (something I advise you not to do), Amway is probably one of the worst things that you could pick."
[Reilly PJ. Selling soap as a hobby - Amway IBO’s in Tax Court
,Passive Activities and Other Oxymorons Blog, June 15, 2011]

MLM Watch has an article on Amway's origins

Graston technique study finds unimpressive results

A randomized controlled clinical trial has found no difference in outcome for pain or disability among patients who received spinal manipulation, Graston technique, or sham therapy for nonspecific thoracic spine pain. However, all groups improved. The study involved 143 patients who were evaluated at 1 week, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, and 12 months.
[Crothers AL and others. Spinal manipulative therapy, Graston technique and placebo for non-specific thoracic spine pain: a randomized controlled trial*~hmac=11a7aa09734b6f0e977b8a7e8444ab869adc67ad945c2fffe12aa256e82f300c
Chiropractic & Manual Therapies, May 16, 2016]

Graston Technique
is said to use "specially designed stainless steel instruments, along with appropriate therapeutic exercise, to specifically detect and effectively treat areas exhibiting soft tissue fibrosis or chronic inflammation. The Graston Web site says that the technique is used by 24,500 clinicians worldwide and is taught at 45 colleges and universities.


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 on: September 19, 2016, 08:27:53 PM 
Started by NoRPthun - Last post by Krant
Dann hätten die Deutschen die Merkel verdient? EINSPRUCH!

 on: September 19, 2016, 08:16:42 PM 
Started by Eule - Last post by Krant

Bautzen: Junge Flüchtlinge begleiten oder einsperren?

Eine Flüchtlingsunterkunft in Bautzen | Bildquelle: dpa
Nach Krawallen in Bautzen Junge Flüchtlinge begleiten oder einsperren?

Stand: 17.09.2016 15:20 Uhr

Nach den Krawallen im sächsischen Bautzen werden Forderungen nach einer besseren Betreuung junger unbegleiteter Flüchtlinge laut. Die Polizeigewerkschaft fordert geschlossene Heime für straffällig gewordene Flüchtlinge; Familienministerin Schwesig setzt auf Prävention.

Jugendliche Flüchtlinge sollen besser betreut werden - diese Forderung wird nach den Ausschreitungen zwischen Asylbewerbern und Rechtsextremen im sächsischen Bautzen lauter. Wie dieses "besser" aussehen soll, darüber gibt es unterschiedliche Ansichten. Familienministerin Manuela Schwesig forderte in der "Schweriner Volkszeitung", präventiv vorzugehen und die jungen Menschen langfristig zu begleiten.

"Nicht sich selbst überlassen"

Minderjährige Flüchtlinge ohne Begleitung dürfe man nicht sich selbst überlassen, sagte Schwesig. Die Vorfälle in Bautzen zeigten, dass Sicherheitskräfte zwar wichtig seien, aber nicht ausreichten, die Probleme zu lösen. Unbegleitete junge Flüchtlinge müssten weiterhin von der Kinder- und Jugendhilfe betreut werden. "Wir brauchen mehr Prävention, damit es erst gar nicht zu derlei Ausschreitungen kommt", so Schwesig.

"Energisch" und "intensiv" betreuen

Der Chef der Polizeigewerkschaft, Rainer Wendt, sprach sich im Hessischen Rundfunk für geschlossene Heime für straffällig gewordene junge Flüchtlinge aus. Wendt sagte bei HR-Info, minderjährige Flüchtlinge, "die immer und immer wieder durch Straftaten und Krawalle auffallen", sollten in geschlossenen Einrichtungen untergebracht werden. Polizeilich und juristisch sei solchen Jugendlichen nicht beizukommen. "Wir müssen sie ja sofort wieder entlassen, und in einer Stunde sind sie wieder auf der Straße und begehen neue Straftaten", so Wendt. In geschlossenen Einrichtungen könnten solche Jugendliche "energisch, pädagogisch, aber auch sehr intensiv" betreut werden.

Es gebe Träger, die sich um die Jugendlichen kümmern müssten. "Und trotzdem sitzen diese jungen Menschen nachts um drei Uhr stinkbesoffen auf irgendeinem Platz. Das darf doch wohl nicht wahr sein." Wendt wandte sich dagegen, dass die Polizei die mit der Zuwanderung verbundene "Drecksarbeit" erledigen solle.

Auf dem Kornmarkt in Bautzen hat die Polizei einen Kontrollbereich eingerichtet. In der Nacht zum Samstag war die Lage ruhig.

Lage zurzeit ruhig

Unterdessen blieb es in der Nacht zum Samstag ruhig in Bautzen. Eine für Freitagabend angekündigte Kundgebung hatten die rechten Initiatoren der Proteste kurzfristig abgesagt. 130 Beamte waren bis 2.00 Uhr am Morgen im Einsatz. Kurz vor Mitternacht versammelten sich 60 Rechtsextreme auf einem Platz im Norden der Stadt. In der Nähe fand die Polizei Holz- und Metallstangen, die wohl versteckt worden waren. Ein minderjähriger Geflüchteter missachtete die Ausgangssperre, die der Landkreis verhängt hat. Bei Angereisten aus dem linken Spektrum stellte die Polizei unter anderem einen Schlagstock, Pfefferspray und ein Messer sicher.

Am Freitagabend richtete die Polizei einen Kontrollbereich ein. Demnach kann sie im Bereich um den Kornmarkt, wo es die Ausschreitungen gegeben hatte, jederzeit Menschen anhalten und kontrollieren. So will die Polizei nach eigenen Angaben schwere Straftaten verhindern wie Raub, Volksverhetzung, Sprengstoffexplosionen und Verstöße gegen das Versammlungsgesetz.

In Bautzen waren am Mittwochabend seit längerem schwelende Spannungen zwischen jungen Flüchtlingen und Anhängern der rechten Szene eskaliert. Dabei war auch die Polizei von jungen Flüchtlingen angegriffen worden.

KOMMENTAR: Julia Krittian, MDR, zu Krawallen in Bautzen
tagesthemen 22:15 Uhr, 15.09.2016 | video

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Der Hinweis ""Energisch" und "intensiv" betreuen" entbehrt nicht einer gewissen Komik. Hätte man diese asozialen Sozietäten nichts ins Land gelassen, wäre die jetzige Vorstufe zum Bürgerkrieg vermieden worden. Aber vielleicht liesse sich das Problem kanalisieren: indem man diesen Sozietäten den Weg zum Kanzlerbungalow weist.

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