UN Declares Israel As Having World’s Worst Human Rights

The U.N.’s top human rights body has officially declared Israel as the world’s worst human rights violator- beating Iran, North Korea, Russia and China for the number 1 spot. 

According to the U.N.’s top human rights body, Israel is the worst human rights violator in the world today. That’s the result of the latest session of the UN Human Rights Council which wrapped up in Geneva on Friday by adopting five times more resolutions condemning Israel than any other country on earth. 

In its history, the Council has condemned Israel more often than any other of the 192 UN states. Comparative totals after this session’s pogrom tell the story:  Israel – 78 resolutions and decisions, Syria – 29, North Korea – 9, and Iran – 6.

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The Astor Bloodline: One of the 13 Satanic Bloodlines that Rule the World

The concept of Illuminati bloodlines was popularized by Christian Illuminati researcher Fritz Springmeier in his book Bloodlines of the Illuminati.

Springmeier utilizes the same elements common to all Illuminati conspiracies but adds his own spin: 13 generational Satanic bloodlines ruling all other elite groups and secret societies from the top of their pyramid of power.

ALL members of the Illuminati are Satanists.

ALL members of the Illuminati are subjected to trauma-based mind-control.

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Mind-blowing math animation explains why stock market wealth is an ILLUSION that vanishes in a crash

Almost no one really understands the basics of how the stock market works, and they suffer under the illusion that EVERY stock share is worth the same price as the last share that was traded. (If you’re confused why this isn’t the case, you’ve been lied to… watch the animation below to learn the truth that Wall Street doesn’t want you to ever realize.)

Thus, in a rising stock market bubble, people who hold shares that were purchased at far lower prices suffer under the illusion that all those shares are “worth” the current high price.

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A Layman’s Guide To Blood Sugar Levels

What do you know about blood sugar levels? Depending on your experience, you may associate them with kids who have had way too much candy and are frantically running around the house. Or, if you suffer from diabetes, you probably think of regularly jabbing yourself with a needle to make sure you don’t need to immediately consume a candy bar.

It can be a confusing topic if you don’t know the terms or what normal levels look like. That’s where we come in. In this article, we’re going to give you the what and why of blood sugar. We’re going to dive into what causes blood sugar levels to get high or low, and what what a normal blood sugar level should look like.

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All It Takes Is…One Good Deed!

 The man who gave the shoes off his feet to this homeless girl.

Good deeds

This motorcyclist who stopped to help an old woman pass safely.

Good deeds

This barber, who offers haircuts for the price of a single hug.

Good deeds

Consolation knows no color

Good deeds

The police officer who handcuffed himself to a woman to make sure she knew she’d have to take him with her.

Good deeds

The many people who helped make this boy’s dream come true.

Good deeds

This dog owner who mourned by giving.

Good deeds

(Still mopping up 
tears over that one…) 

This store employee who gives extra service.

Good deeds

The person who decided to put new tires on a stranger’s car just because he needed it.

Good deeds

 The crowd who decided a fan should be able to watch the show, no matter what.

Good deeds

This dry cleaning place that helps the unemployed for
free.

Good deeds

These kids helping an injured member of their rival team to score.

Good deeds

  Good deeds

This man who missed his train helping this older lady with her bags.

Good deeds

This man who gave something to a homeless man no one gives – something to occupy his mind.

Good deeds

  

And Dan, a man who, twice a week, buys coffee for every patient, nurse and doctor at local cancer centers.

Good deeds

The people at the animal hospital, knowing how hard it is to say goodbye.

Good deeds

This man who gave his umbrella away so this cat could have a dry night.

Good deeds

The
paramedics.

Good deeds

 Source: Special Thanks to Our Prayer Group Member Steve Harrison For Sharing This Wonderful Message with us.

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The Real Reason Wheat is Toxic (it’s not the gluten)

The stories became far too frequent to ignore.

Emails from folks with allergic or digestive issues to wheat in the United States experienced no symptoms whatsoever when they tried eating pasta on vacation in Italy.

Confused parents wondering why wheat consumption sometimes triggered autoimmune reactions in their children but not at other times.

In my own home, I’ve long pondered why my husband can eat the wheat I prepare at home, but he experiences negative digestive effects eating even a single roll in a restaurant.

There is clearly something going on with wheat that is not well known by the general public. It goes far and beyond organic versus nonorganic, gluten or hybridization because even conventional wheat triggers no symptoms for some who eat wheat in other parts of the world.

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Get ready for robots made with human flesh

Humanoid robots would “wear” tissue grafts before transplantation.

Two University of Oxford biomedical researchers are calling for robots to be built with real human tissue, and they say the technology is there if we only choose to develop it. Writing in Science Robotics, Pierre-Alexis Mouthuy and Andrew Carr argue that humanoid robots could be the exact tool we need to create muscle and tendon grafts that actually work.

Right now, tissue engineering relies on bioreactors to grow sheets of cells. These machines often look like large fish tanks, filled with a rich soup of nutrients and chemicals that cells need to grow on a specialized trellis. The problem, explain Mouthuy and Carr, is that bioreactors currently “fail to mimic the real mechanical environment for cells.” In other words, human cells in muscles and tendons grow while being stretched and moved around on our skeletons. Without experiencing these natural stresses, the tissue grafts produced by researchers often have a broad range of structural problems and low cell counts.

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The Joys and Pains of Visionary Medicine: Why the Ceremony of Life Comes First

The German poet Goethe never attended an ayahuasca ceremony. Nonetheless, his words contain useful advice for those wishing to explore visionary realms. In his poem The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Goethe describes a young apprentice who must clean his master’s workshop while the latter is away. The apprentice doesn’t want to do this by hand, so he uses one of his master’s spells to enchant a broom to clean for him.

Voila!

The broom begins fetching water and scrubbing the floor. Soon the floor is flooded as the apprentice realizes he doesn’t know how to end the spell. He tries splitting the broom in two with an axe, but each half becomes a whole new broom and the chaos doubles as torrents of water crash their way through the workshop. When all seems lost, the sorcerer returns and breaks the spell, sternly warning that the spirits should only be called by those who understand them.

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17 Things That Will Happen If You Drink Apple Cider Vinegar Daily

So we’ve heard how amazing and magical apple cider vinegar (ACV) is. They go from curing sunburn and acne to helping you lose weight and prevent cancer.

The most popular brand of ACV seems to be Braggs. You can also make your own out of scratch.

The vinegar has long been loved by all types of gurus. But sadly, not many of the claims are scientifically proven. To fully benefit, you must know the myths from the facts.

Some safety tips first

Apple cider vinegar, like other types of vinegar, is like acid to your body. Don’t drink it straight up!

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Mind-Control Through Religion in the Draco Empire

The first religion on Earth was the Reptilian belief system brought by the colonists of Lemuria.

Their religion believed in a God-Mind that contained a hierarchy, or caste system. This caste system was extrapolated to the several Reptilian species incorporated into the Draco Empire.

Each species had its own place in the structure of their society. Every individual knew its functions and respected these boundaries. To violate these rules meant death.

The Reptilians operate as a group mind, meaning that no single Reptilian can make a decision for itself. Only the upper caste, or winged ones, have the semblance of individuality. They were, and are, the leaders.

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