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The Vaccination Myth

Despite the wide-spread imposition of school vaccination requirements, many states provide exemptions for medical, religious, and, to a lesser extent, philosophical reasons. These provisions vary by state, with medical exemptions for children who may suffer adverse effects from the vaccine being the most common. For example, in Colorado and most other states, an exemption from the vaccination requirements may be obtained by submitting to the school a certification from a licensed physician that “the physical condition of the student is such that one or more specified immunizations would endanger his or her life or health or is medically contradicted due to other medical conditions.”

On this Tuesday, April 1 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex returns to the airwaves to break down the day’s important news stories, including the flawed roll-out of government healthcare at gunpoint, details on the impending Bilderberg globalist shindig in Denmark, and the continuing crisis over Ukraine as NATO and the United States up the ante and prepare for war.

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Vieux Publishing News March 26th 2014

As you now know Napoleon Hill was no stranger to the world of publishing by the time 1931 rolled around. Here he lamented over being forced to “change” his writings…

”For as long as I can remember I have wanted to publish something in which I might feel privileged to say whatever I pleased, without considering what some advertiser might say”

This was from a book he was writing in 1931 while he was working for the president of the United States in Washington, DC.

“In this book I will send forth some thoughts which I hope will be helpful to others. This is the first time in my life that I have felt privileged to write what I believe without having to consider what ‘they will say’ who read my writing”

“Freedom of expression is the greatest of all privileges!”

Even though he worked from the White House, he published this work himself due to past experiences he endured with the Law of Success. Sadly, because the storm of the great depression was raging on, only a few copies made it to some friends and family in the form of 3 booklets. Another lost piece we have in our museum collection.

Directly from this lost book in 1931, we find some great passages where Hill gives us some very intimate thoughts. He had never shared this much about his experience in writing the Law of Success before. As we read, it’s like we are right there in his office.

“Here in my study I am sitting alone with silence, waiting for thoughts to come through so I may capture them for these pages. With one turn of the dial of my radio I discover that I have not been alone in silence. The room has been filled with the strains of beautiful music all the while. This reminds me to ask what other silent forces are available to me if I had the means of interpreting them? Sometimes thoughts—most profound thoughts which I am sure I am not capable of thinking—come flashing into my mind so rapidly that I can hardly record them on my typewriter. From whence do these thoughts come? Who sent them? Why do they not come regularly, on demand? I am happy here in this Great Silence, for I am sure that I am not entirely alone.”

“While I was working on the Manuscripts of the Law of Success, and all through my investigations, while building The Law of Success, I have caught more than one fleeting glimpse of God. For my own satisfaction I have named Him ‘Infinite Intelligence’. I saw evidence of God in my hurried study of astronomy. I saw still other evidence of God in my studies of biology and chemistry and also psychology. I saw the most direct and convincing evidence of God in my studies of that strange phenomenon known as the human mind. For I am sure there have been times when thoughts came to me from the Great Within which were not my own. These thoughts, I am sure, were not superinduced by my studies of other men.”

“A retrospective inventory of my 25 years of labor in the building of The Law of Success persuades me to say that there is a Guiding Intelligence which prompted me when I faltered, heartened me when I was tired, drove me when I would otherwise have stood still. It opened the gate to further knowledge when I came to a stone wall in any branch of my research, and handed over to me a finished product. It was in the form of this philosophy, in words and illustrations and similes so simple that all who wish may understand. I do not tell people that Infinite Intelligence handed over to me the material which went into the building of The Law of Success philosophy, for truthfully I do not know; but I do say that everything I have needed for this work has been provided, and often times through incidents which seemed not to be associated with the ordinary processes of reason.”

“It was out of the world of Silence that the better part of the Law of Success philosophy came. One of the strange things about this source of knowledge called ‘Silence’ is the fact that the more it is drawn upon and used the more fertile it becomes”

If you have enjoyed the Law of Success from the 1925 manuscript lessons for yourself, please join us in helping to spread the inspiration of Napoleon Hill’s master work with friends, family, and those who enjoy helping others. We have customers who use this book in their businesses; from training to bonuses. We offer substantial discounts on a box of 10 books and many other packages on our website. We are constantly growing our bookstore just for you!

With that said, we will visit with Napoleon Hill from a lost writing in our museum collection; one we hope to make available to you in the future!

“Today I reach out over the distance which separates me from those who believe in me; those who have profited because of my influence, and extend to them the hand of friendship. To them do I offer eternal gratefulness for the courage which has kept me at my labor when my heart was weakened and my head wanted me to quit, during the long years of labor which I put into building The Law of Success. My best work has not yet been done!”

And TRUE he was; six years later he wrote “Think and Grow Rich,” which has sold over 100 million copies worldwide!

“The passing years have brought me much experience and, I trust, a little wisdom. I have seen the death of an old age and the birth of a new one. I have come into personal contact with practically every problem which disturbs the minds and the hearts of men. I know what failure is because I have tasted of it. I know what poverty is because I have experienced it. I know what ignorance and superstition are because I was born in a community which suffered by both. And, because I have walked through the ‘valley of the shadow’ of life, and have tasted of both the bitter and the sweet, I feel that I have been seasoned for useful service to those who have not yet reached the valley.”

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Edward Snowden: Here’s how we take back the Internet

Appearing by telepresence robot, Edward Snowden speaks at TED2014 about surveillance and Internet freedom. The right to data privacy, he suggests, is not a partisan issue, but requires a fundamental rethink of the role of the internet in our lives — and the laws that protect it. “Your rights matter,” he say, “because you never know when you’re going to need them.” Chris Anderson interviews, with special guest Tim Berners-Lee.

TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world’s leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design — plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more.

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Why We Fight For The Second Amendment

Alex Jones talks about the transition that is happening where liberal trendies from all over the planet are waking up that guns are not scary and instead empowering.


Victory: Conn. Cop Suspended After Calls For Home Gun Confiscation


David Knight Interviews Lee Ann McAdoo following the open carry rally at SXSW 2014.

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Father of worldwide web says internet needs ‘Magna Carta’

On the 25th anniversary of the founding of the worldwide web, the innovator of the system that has revolutionized our world like no other invention is seeking legislation to protect the rights of users.

On March 12, 1989, Tim Berners-Lee first put to paper his concept for what would eventually become the ‘worldwide web.’ Today, in these post-Snowden times, the British computer scientist is fighting to preserve the privacy rights of the system: “We need a global constitution – a bill of rights” to guarantee the internet remains an “open neutral” medium, he told the Guardian.

Based on an initiative called ‘the web we want’, a global effort to pass a ‘Magna Carta’ for web users across the planet, Berners-Lee hopes the agreement will be also win the endorsement of government officials and corporations.

“Unless we have an open, neutral internet we can rely on without worrying about what’s happening at the back door, we can’t have open government, good democracy, good healthcare, connected communities and diversity of culture. It’s not naive to think we can have that, but it is naive to think we can just sit back and get it.”

Berners-Lee hopes to capitalize on the 25th anniversary of the worldwide web by drawing attention to the infringement of internet privacy by government agencies and internet companies, which came to light by US whistleblower Edward Snowden, who last year exposed the vast lengths that the US National Security Agency and Britain’s GCHQ had gone to track the communications of millions of people around the world.

“These issues have crept up on us,” Berners-Lee said. “Our rights are being infringed more and more on every side, and the danger is that we get used to it. So I want to use the 25th anniversary for us all to do that, to take the web back into our own hands and define the web we want for the next 25 years.”

The single individual who has done more than anybody to truly globalize the planet believes new social systems must be created for holding organizations accountable for their intrusive activities.

“Those social systems will be based on fundamental values – I have the right to use the web without worrying about being spied upon. I have the right to connect to your website no matter what it is, what politics you have, what color and culture you are,” Berners-Lee said in a separate interview with CNET.

Berners-Lee also advocated – especially following the Snowden leaks – decoupling the US Department of Commerce from direct oversight over internet domain names and numbers.

“The removal of the explicit link to the US department of commerce is long overdue,” he told the British paper. “The US can’t have a global place in the running of something which is so non-national.”

The internet innovator expressed the concern over what could happen in the event that countries and organizations attempt to exert their own control over the internet, something that several EU countries hinted at following reports that the mobile phone communications of several leaders were being spied on.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, for example, who reportedly discovered that her personal BlackBerry device was being tapped by the US spy program, advocated last month the creation of a European-made internet that needn’t traverse the Atlantic Ocean.

We’ll talk about which European suppliers we have that provide security for the citizens,” Merkel told a press conference, “that they need not cross the Atlantic with their emails and other things, but we can also build communications networks within Europe.”

The leaked documents also showed that the NSA had monitored internal Brazilian government communications, up to and including that of President Dilma Rousseff’s office. This led the government in September to announce it is drafting plans to bypass the global internet.

There are an estimated 86 million internet users in Brazil.

Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who first broke the story on Snowden’s whistleblowing activities, said this could be just the start of countries looking for ways to escape the clutches of the US-regulated internet.

“I think a lot of countries are going to start to look for ways in which they don’t have to be dependent on US infrastructure,” said Greenwald, who previously worked for the Guardian.

Anupam Chander, director of the California International Law Center, warned about the risk of so-called ‘data localization’, whereby governments in the post-Snowden age gain greater control over the internet in the name of security.

“What we’re seeing underneath our radar is the rise of efforts to prevent data from leaving shore — it’s the export of data that is now a huge problem,” Chander told Bloomberg in interview. “Much of this predates Snowden but much of the efforts were revived and reinforced post-Snowden.”

At the same time, competition may ultimately suffer due to the imposition of protective measures, Chander argued.

“Protectionism breeds a sense of security and the thing that is most useful to ensure the quality of a service is competition – what you want is healthy competition around the world, and if you’re insulated from foreign competition, your service suffers.”

Meanwhile, according to Berners-Lee, observance of copyright law should also be included in any future internet constitution.

We…need to revisit a lot of legal structure, copyright law – the laws that put people in jail which have been largely set up to protect the movie producers … None of this has been set up to preserve the day to day discourse between individuals and the day to day democracy that we need to run the country,” he said.

In a final parting shot, asked whether governments and corporations would emerge victorious in their seeming efforts to clamp down on the rights of internet users, Berners-Lee gave a surprisingly Clint Eastwood-type of response to the paper: “Not until they prize the keyboards from our cold, dead fingers.”

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WeAreChange – The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America

In this video Luke Rudkowski speaks with Department of Education whistleblower Charlette Iserbyt about the deliberate dumbing down of America. The former US Department of Education Senior Policy Advisor suggests that the our educational system is not based upon children learning. Is the Carnegie foundation instrumental in developing a socialist-collectivist style educational system that is detrimental to our youth? Are the elites impacting the development of the general population through our school systems?

In this video, We Are Change CT had the opportunity to meet & interview Charlotte Iserbyt at The Save Long Island Forum. Jeff Durkin had the chance to ask about her book Deliberate Dumbing Down of America, how Common Core is being implemented across the U.S., and solutions for people to get involved & fight back against Common Core.

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