Who is Anti-Science – Free, Critical Thinkers or National Geographic?
If you’re a free or critical thinker who questions water fluoridation, manmade climate change, evolution, the moon landing, vaccines or GMOs, National Geographic calls you anti-science and engaged in a war on science.
National Geographic now has a long list of people who it labels anti-science or to be exact who it deems are engaging in a war on science by exercising free and critical thinking – and by forming an opinion which is contrary to the supposed “mainstream scientific consensus” (an illusion by the way). In one of its latest issues (cover above), the National Geographic lists 5 areas where it thinks the science is settled. This is typical of the way that the mainstream media seeks to suppress the truth and label truth seekers as irrational, crazy or in this case anti-science. National Geographic, by the way, is owned by Fox which is in turn owned by the notorious Rupert Murdoch, the arch-Zionist who has publicly admitted that his “fair and balanced” media deliberately drummed up support for wars under George Bush Jr.
Anti-Science: Another Label to Discourage Critical Thinking
It is ironic that this time around the mainstream media is using the concept of anti-science, because if it really considered the meaning of that term, it would realize that science is the open-minded search for knowledge using theories and testing to discover the truth. Those who want the truth on issues like fluoridation, vaccines and GMOs are pro-science, because they want real and independent tests done in these areas instead of the corporate junk science which is performed in its place. In our Alice-in-Wonderland upside-down world, where governments destroy freedom, media destroys information and medicine destroys health, the word science is applied to what is really just opinion (at best) or deceptive propaganda designed to sell you something – or worse, limit your idea of yourself, the world around you and what is truly possible.
National Geographic’s Anti-Science Stand #1: Fluoride is Good for You
Although it’s not written on the front cover, the National Geographic article on the subject begins by berating the residents of Portland Oregon for not choosing to fluoridate water, and wonders why “reasonable” people doubt science. I would suggest that reasonable people are not anti-science but are rather rightly suspicious of schemes to harm their health and enrich mega corporations. When you look at the facts around fluoride, it is evident that it is really a composite of hydrofluorosilicic acid, sodium fluorosilicate, and sodium fluoride, and an industrial byproduct considered a toxic hazard by the EPA and used in rat poison, pesticides and Big Pharma antidepressant drugs like Prozac and Paxil. As I have written about in Fluoride, Fluoride, Everywhere, studies have shown it leads to arthritis, diabetes, endocrine disruption, gastrointestinal effects, hypersensitivity, kidney disease, male fertility, skeletal fluorosis and thyroid disease, as well as damage to bone structure and the brain. It accumulates in the pineal gland and impairs its functioning, which effectively means it shuts down our access to higher potential. Additionally, fluoride is implicated in cardiovascular disease and cancer which are the 2 highest leading causes of death in the US. See the Fluoride Action Network of Paul Connett by more information about this toxin.
So, it is pro-science or anti-science, reasonable or unreasonable, to avoid ingesting an obvious toxin and harming yourself?
National Geographic’s Anti-Science Stand #2: Man is Warming the Environment Changing the Climate
It’s funny how we were bombarded with the idea that man was causing global warming until results came in that man was actually cooling the planet (see the excellent research of people like John Casey for evidence of this), that the data was selectively picked (see Ian Pilger and Lord Christopher Monckton) and that the figures were fudged (e.g. the ClimateGate emails). After that, the Controllers decided it would be better to change the manipulating Orwellian language to climate change. It’s quite brilliant really: this way any change in the climate, whether it was warming or cooling, could be ascribed to “climate change” and blamed on humanity – you know, that parasite on the planet’s surface that Prince Charles wants to wipe out by reincarnating as a virus?
I wonder if those who believe in AGW (Anthropogenic Global Warming) or Manmade Global Warming have any idea that the elite came up with the idea of using mankind itself as the global threat against which we are all supposed to gather behind a One World Government? Take the 1966 Report from the Iron Mountain, commissioned by JFK and considered by LBJ as too dangerous to reveal to the public at the time. Here is a passage from it where it is discussing how a Global Government could function without war, and suggesting the threat could instead be environmental pollution:
“It may be, for instance, that gross pollution of the environment can eventually replace the possibility of mass destruction by nuclear weapons as the principal apparent threat to the survival of the species. Poisoning of the air, and of the principal sources of food and water supply, is already well advanced, and at first glance would seem promising in this respect; it constitutes a threat that can be dealt with only through social organization and political power.”
Or what about the Club of Rome’s 1991 document entitled “The First Global Revolution”? Here is a quote from it:
“In searching for a common enemy against whom we can unite, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like, would fit the bill. In their totality and their interactions these phenomena do constitute a common threat which must be confronted by everyone together … all these dangers are caused by human intervention in natural processes, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. The real enemy then is humanity itself.”
The great documentary The Great Global Warming Swindle exposed the lies behind the very political climate change agenda. More than 1,000 dissenting scientists from around the globe have challenged the man-made global warming claims made by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and shredded its credibility. In truth, it is the National Geographic which is again anti-science on this issue.
Read the rest: zengardner.com