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reality by pronouncement

Penny has found an outstanding recent interview with Dr. Alexey Yablokov and much more.

After listening to this interview, and really over the past several days, we keep remembering reading about the woman who described a chair with no legs.

An excerpt from Beyond Insanity, by Amos. M. Gunsberg

Evidence of Humanoid Behavior

They make pronouncements without substantiation. To them, these pronouncements represent what reality is ... pronouncement by pronouncement. The present pronouncement may contradict what they said a moment ago. This means nothing to them. They make no attempt to deal with the contradiction.

They demonstrate a total lack of understanding what we mean by a "fact." In their writings and in their speech, they do not use that word.

... Here's another example. I asked a psychotherapy client to look at a chair which was situated about six feet away near a wall. I then asked her to describe the chair. She did, in rather complete detail, except for the legs. THE CHAIR SHE DESCRIBED HAD NO LEGS!

I pointed this out, and asked how the chair could be suspended in air, with no legs to support it. She said: "I put it there." I asked: "If you look away, will it fall to the floor?" She said: "No. If I look away, the chair is no longer there." I asked: "If you look away ... and it turns out the chair is still there?" She ignored the question.

We also remember this famous story (the aide allegedly was Karl Rove):

The aide said that guys like me were "in what we call the reality-based community," which he defined as people who "believe that solutions emerge from your judicious study of discernible reality." ... "That's not the way the world really works anymore," he continued. "We're an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you're studying that reality—judiciously, as you will—we'll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that's how things will sort out. We're history's actors…and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do."

One really easy way to "create" reality is to not count things like, say, how many people really died from Chernobyl. If the authorities never count those deaths, that means they just didn't happen, and therefore nuclear power can be deemed "safe."

If we don't see the problem, it simply doesn't exist...

For example: September 2010: CDC allegedly falsifies reports--ignoring up to 3,587 Miscarriages from H1N1 Vaccine
A shocking report from the National Coalition of Organized Women (NCOW) presented data from two different sources demonstrating that the 2009/10 H1N1 vaccines contributed to an estimated 1,588 miscarriages and stillbirths. A corrected estimate may be as high as 3,587 cases. NCOW also highlights the disturbing fact that the CDC failed to inform their vaccine providers of the incoming data of the reports of suspected H1N1 vaccine related fetal demise.

If the authorities at the CDC don't count and mention the fetal deaths linked to the vaccine, the vaccine can "be shown" to be "safe." Even when people know about the data, the CDC simply ignores it.

Really, it couldn't be easier. This is how it's done.

Japanese radioactive releases are no threat to American health, federal official say (emphasis ours)
Americans have no reason to fear any health effects from the nuclear power plant accident in Japan, should take no protective measures and should avoid no foods, federal health officials said Tuesday.
In a display of solidarity, eight representatives of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Food and Drug Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency delivered the slightly complicated message that while no amount of radiation is absolutely safe, the amount released by the damaged reactors is so small that the chance it will cause disease is nil.
“Due to distance and dispersion to the U.S., we do not expect levels [of radiactivity] to reach us that would cause a public health effect,” Thomas Frieden, director of the CDC, told reporters in a telephone news conference.
He said, however, that radioactive iodine has been detected in the United States and “we would be surprised if we did not detect very low levels” of radioactive cesium and strontium — two other released contaminants — in coming days. The anticipated detections say more about the sensitivity of the machinery than about the levels found, he said.
“It’s not as if there is none in the environment before this. Now, extraordinarily small amounts are being added,” Frieden said.
On Tuesday, Japan placed radiation safety standards on fish for the first time. According to press reports, samples of a fish called a sand lance caught in Japanese waters last week had elevated levels of iodine-131, which loses half its radioactivity every eight days.
The CDC director said the agency has heard that numerous poison control centers around the country have gotten calls from people who took potassium iodide, a pill that blocks the thyroid gland from absorbing radioactive iodine. He did not provide details about the calls but said: “I want to be unambiguous. There is no reason for anyone in the United States to take potassium iodide at the present time.”
There are no other medicines that protect against radiation exposure, and the public should be wary of substances advertised as able to do so, the experts said.
“There’s absolutely nothing approved that might be called a silver bullet,” said Patricia Hansen, an FDA scientist.
William Jones of the agency’s office of food safety said there “isn’t any concern of contamination of seafood” consumed in the United States because of the “extreme dilution factor” of the radioactive water currently being released into the ocean from the Japanese plant.
All shipping containers entering the United States, including ones containing food products, are screened for radioactivity, said Siobhan DeLancey, an FDA spokeswoman. If elevated levels are found, the contents can be sampled and further checked by hand.
The agency has banned imports of Japanese leafy vegetables and some head vegetables (such as cauliflower) from Fukushima prefecture, where the plant is located; milk from two prefectures; and specified fresh food from four prefectures. It is in the process of testing seven food imports that fall into the broad categories of artificial flavorings, dry tea and starches, DeLancey said.

Thomas Friedan

Meanwhile, while the authorities such as Thomas Friedan tell Americans they are in NO DANGER WHATSOEVER, we wonder who has access to and control over the following:

The one drug that the FDA has approved to treat radiation poisoning:

KATY, Texas, March 25, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Heyltex Corporation is the exclusive U.S. distributor of Radiogardase® (Prussian Blue insoluble capsules), the only FDA-approved drug to treat people who have been internally contaminated with radioactive cesium (Cs-137), which is manufactured by Heyl chem. pharm. Fabrik Berlin GmbH in Germany.
Radiogardase® traps radioactive cesium and thallium in the intestines and keeps them from being re-absorbed by the body. Once Cs-137 has entered the body, it goes through a long rotation of re-absorption within the circulatory system. The ingested Cs-137 is reabsorbed almost completely from the gastrointestinal tract, and, via the bloodstream, is transported to the liver where it enters the gall bladder and is finally returned to the intestine. From the intestine, around 90% is again reabsorbed into the bloodstream and the enterohepatic circulation starts anew. Radiogardase® interrupts this enterohepatic absorption of Cs-137 by knocking this cyclic path out of the gastrointestinal tract and sending it out through the feces.
The other drug "in development" with the DOD that can prevent and repair human cell damage:

Ramesh Kumar, the CEO of a U.S. drug research firm called Onconova, says his company has just such a wonder drug in the works. The company has been collaborating on the drug, called Ex-Rad, with scientists at a U.S. Defense Department research laboratory. Kumar says early animal trials have been promising.

It's not for you, silly. You don't need it. You're not in any danger.


Anonymous said…
1 million deaths from Chernobyl.

- Aangirfan
Anonymous said…
Thanks again for a wonderful work up and refresher! BTW, does that Thomas Friedan picture give you the creeps as much as it does me? A snake or a crocodile seems warmer and more cuddly in comparison. That Joker smile is a dead giveaway plus the asymmetrical eyes. I've never seen that smile in normal humans of any race. I attempted to make the corners of my mouth curl like that with my fingers and was shocked at the expression it formed. The lip is pulled back from the upper teeth and gum-line in a demonic looking smile, snarl and aggressive display all at once. How is it normal humans are incapable of the Joker's smile but the evil ones can do so without it appearing too blatantly? Interesting, they must practice for hours.
A. Peasant said…
it does indeed give me the creeps. i really wanted to annotate it but restrained myself...
bholanath said…
"Really, it couldn't be easier!"
Mind-blowing stuff there, but we're gettin pretty up-to-speed these days and minds already totally blown.
A. Peasant said…
no doubt Bho. the thing is we really want to hang at the back of the line here and wave everyone into the truth that we can. i can't help it.
JJane said…
Amazing coverage, AP! That little map you posted sometime ago on the elites hanging out in SA.... "north america - dead zone, SA live zone" I see it in my sleep....
hang tough. many thanks.
A. Peasant said…
oh God Jane, you'll have to be prepared to carry on the work if we all die up here in teh northern hemisphere...


JJane said…
Oh AP AS IF...No One can put on your cape! don't even think it...I can't bear the thought of losing you and won't. period. If that happens it's too late for all of us - no food/food prices. they'll get us one way or another.
I think about all those farms, food, animals, and humans (sad to say they're always last on my list these days...kinda sleezy of me).
i just burst into tears!

an acquaintence just moved to Columbia. and she's not even aware of what's goin down (nor cares of course)what kind of chit luck is that lol?
JJane said…
And i am, along with others in the Global Coherence Initiative sending peace and love, Dr. Emoto's
prayer to the water and the cloud of dust. that prayer is much like Dr. I Hew Len's Ho'opnopono - connecting with Divine, asking forgiveness, saying thank you, I love you. you know, taking responsiblity for every thing in our lves because it is in our lives.
usualy i totally freak out when catastrophy occurs, this has helped heal me a lot and i have no doubt it heals the world. enough, i hope.
I just love you. and will continue to do so unti my last breath.
peace, beyond understanding.
:) xoxoxo
A. Peasant said…
Jane, much love back to you. XOXO! i still have faith that it will all work out somehow, and it's because of what you have expressed. there are just more people who care, a lot more. once we all figure that out it will go quickly in our favor. and i don't plan on going anywhere, btw, but, all the same, (heaven forfend...) anyone who cares about the world can ask questions and keep a diary of the answers. that's all there is to it. our cape is the truth :D...

sending love back atchoo... apea.
McJ said…
Thanks for keeping the focus on this AP. Here are a couple of links to articles on SOTT for detoxing radiation. One of them is specifically on DMSO which we can't buy in Canada but I believe you can still purchase it in the US. -

And OT...but speaking of creepy looking...check out the guy (secret service?) on the left in this picture behind Magic Budget Man Paul Ryan - . Now, them are some snake eyes. With that hair, he looks like someone straight out of Nazi Germany.
Anonymous said…
nice eyes for sure, McJ. Check out his mouth too. Such disdain.

oh, great post, AP. You've captured the essence of this biological corruption therein
JJane said…
(geeze, dunno if I'd go with the DMSO, how about spirulina, Ginko B?) when my horse was diagnosed with COPD my vet knew I wouldn't use it, think there are some friendlier holistic ways, but that's me)
AP, being that we have the mighty truth, sure we'll overcome, good always overcomes. wish people would ditch the fear and come from an all powerful love. and it is always powerful. maybe that should be a project for the GCI. get rid of all that UNnecessary fear, make a nice big space for love to squeeze in every corner. then what would they do?!!
I found that site from you, and glad to be able to have it, and very very glad to hear you're not going anywhere, no one could fill your tap shoes! I'm a hound dog for what i find here.
Well, I don't know if we have the numbers, I'd like to know that it's so, especially with the coherence and resonance - there's a chitload of fear out there. BTW, saw a 'public service announcement on a website someone put out: :please, no unnecessary fear" which is a nice public service announcement, but we've gotta come from power. people believe that love is all powerful. and it is. my dream tonight is that we come from love to heal the earth, no fear of 'no sushi', but from heartfelt compassion for the suffering of our fellow man, and the earth. we have the might of our sincere heartfelt feelings. unbeatable.
but the Ginko B and spirulina couldn't hurt. not sure about that DMSO...very harsh,n I think it lowers the immune system.
A. Peasant said…
Jane, your wisdom shines. so beautifully expressed, and you're so right.

when you see the post titled "no fear of 'no sushi'", that one is for you...
chuckyman said…
It seems a sophisticated version of the old axiom A.P. – tell a lie often enough and it will be accepted.

The deliberate downplay of the real dangers across all of the usual propaganda channels speaks volumes of the centralised power behind the cover up. Such selfless cooperation of the various federal agencies is admirable. Nothing to see here… move on folks.

I’m just waiting for the articles showing idiots deliberately consuming contaminated water/milk/foodstuffs to ‘prove’ their safety.

It’s no surprise to see strategically placed members of the tribe setting the stage and managing the message. Also Prussian Blue is a common synthetic pigment that been around for centuries. I wonder how much Heyltex will charge for their ‘wonder’ drug.
Penny said…
hey ap,
thanks for the link over and wasn't that 35 minutes well spent?

Did you get the book? I hope so.
I do hope all who wanted it got it.
I started to read through the intro yesterday and I thought yup this is must read stuff!

That book and interview may contain more truth then we will get, ever, from our gov and msm.
McJ said…

Is Prussian Blue the same thing as Methylene Blue? Methylene Blue was formerly used to treat Malaria and was used during the Vietnam war to treat the infected soldiers. They didn't like it because it turned their urine and their eyes blue. To stop this from happening it should be taken with Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C 1000 mg). Methylene Blue has also been used on patients taking chemo and radiation treatments. You can buy it at tropical fish supply stores as it is used to treat fungus in fish. (I know this because my husband has always kept several tanks of tropical fish and is a keen hobbyist.) I am not vouching for the safety of this product however I do know that fish are very sensitive to chemical toxins. Whatever concentration you buy it in (1%, 2.3% etc.) it needs to be diluted to 0.1% for human consumption. You would use 1 -2 drops in a glass of water up to 3 times a day taken with the vitamin C. A way to do this is to add ascorbic acid (Vitamin C in powdered form) to a glass of water and then add baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) until the fizzing stops (you now have sodium ascorbate in solution which is alkaline and in a very absorbable form). Then add 2 drops of the 0.1% Methlyne blue.
In addition, along with taking Kelp and Spirulina, oral doses of sodium bicarbonate will help to protect the kidneys from the damage done by uranium. Baths with sodium bicarbonate and magnesium citrate are also helpful for radiation sickness.
I am not recommending any of these remedies, just passing along the information I have found. And this highlights the big problem we have. First, we have no accurate or believable information on how much radiation we are or have been exposed to. And secondly, we are left to our own resources to decide what, if anything, we can do to detox it from our bodies. This event is far from over and we all need to do our own research on this but we can share. :) Much love going out to you all.
A. Peasant said…
Pen, yes i did download the book and will do some reading. thank you again for finding such great info.

hi McJ. i fell into a rabbit hole looking into the prussian blue business. working on a post.

i completely agree with you that it's very difficult for people to have to sort everything out for themselves. it's time consuming and mistakes can be costly, even deadly. and it shouldn't be necessary, but it is, and thus the only thing we can do is try to help each other by sharing what we know. much love to you and yours.
McJ said…
AP - I will be interested to read what Alice found down that Rabbit Hole. :)
A couple of other things of note for you and I don't know if they would be related.

There is NLE planned for the New Madrid Seismic zone this May - (dated 01/28/2011). And in January, Fema DHS put out a request for 14 MILLION emergency meals for the New Madrid Seismic Zone - .

I just listened to James McCanney's most recent podcast. He is a physicist who has proposed a much different theory of what is happening on our planet regarding weather, earthquakes etc. You can read an interview with him I posted here - Along with several books he has written, he also sells a very high tech walter filtration system and survival meals. He said that they will no longer be able to ship the meals or filtration systems because the demand is too high and his books are almost sold out. The suppliers for the meals are apparently overwhelmed with orders. So I am wondering, is it people waking up and acting to protect themselves as he suggests, or is it because FEMA is buying up all the supplies?
Anonymous said…
Saying hi from Sloppy Joes in Key West...
Needed my fix of AP
Cheers :-)
-swit ers
A. Peasant said…
Switters!! you lucky dog, oh dear God in heaven. that is my next true vacation seeing as we were just in islamorada last month and i absolutely love it down there, and next time we are flying straight to key west. hot damn.

hoping to post today. i've been out straight and what i have to put together requires an actual chunk of time that i hope to have today...
chuckyman said…
Hi McJ. I apologise for not replying sooner. From my initial investigation Prussian blue has been primarily used through the years as a pigment/colouring agent.

When I first looked at the chemical structure I thought … whoa! Lots of cyano groups in the structure. It’s actually a very stable compound. It’s not very soluble but it forms a colloid or suspension in water.

I have not investigated it much but it seems a great chelating chemical for removing heavy metals. It seems to be useful when used after having ingested nucleotides especially caesium. I would assume it won’t turn your urine blue – more like the other stuff (grin).

I agree that there is a vacuum of reliable information for those of us wise enough to be aware of the threat. That’s why the great work of A.P and other s is such a help.

PS I really liked the reference to James McCanney. I have been a follower of the Electric Universe for some time now. Humanity has been hoodwinked into allowing nuclear research for many years in the belief of cheap and plentiful energy – if we can emulate the sun’s processes.

The Sun s is a great big anode in a galactic circuit. We really don’t want that replayed out close to home. Tesla was the man that could have made a difference. His loss was a great one. There are others like him but they do not understand the threat to the existing money monopolies. They disappear before they get a chance to show the way.
McJ said…
Thanks chuckyman. I did some checking and Methylene Blue is not the same thing as Prussian Blue although they are both blue dyes. Interestingly enough (in light of AP's recent post), Methylene Blue in large doses is sometimes used as an antidote to potassium cyanide poisoning. (Potassium cyanide produces hydrogen cyanide when it reacts with an acid).

I have just started reading and listening to some of McCanney's ideas and theories. It is very interesting, although I find his site a little difficult to find my way around. :)