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  1. I suspect top secret German military response to threatened "Brexit." This is serious.
  2. Such outweighs all legitimate medical practice. Moses the man of God who decreed the punishment of eye for an eye had clear eyesight until his death at 120 years of age. For as long as he lived, none of his children after their departure from Egypt underwent that peculiar Egyptian ritual of bondage to be circumcised in the flesh of their private parts, and Moses further decreed in his law that no cuttings in the flesh should be performed for the dead. But the "C-section-&-circumcision" childbirth prevails today as "standard practice" in the United States despite the unnecessary cutting and brutality for what otherwise would and ought to be an occasion of love, care, healing, joy, and hope for the entire family. The jackpot jury verdicts of the '80s and '90s failed to cure this endemic malpractice, and even this small measure of redress was rolled back by medical "tort reform." The medical boards which statutorily regulate the practice of medicine have utterly refused our complaints of such unnecessary butchery and denied them a certiorari. Crimimal statutes against mayhem, i.e., the act of unnecessarily, willfully, and intentionally maiming a human being, have either been repealed by state legislatures, or not enforced. The practice of medicine has gone beyond civil malpractice and criminal quackery to verge into war crimes reminiscent of Holocaust-era Germany or Poland, wherefore the convention of a court of proper and competent military jurisdiction is called to address such massacre, carnage, and unnecessary human bloodshed.
  3. >>> Two years ago, Army Pvt. Shamika Burrage ... There is too much emphasis on full name and rank. Right off the bat, at the start of the article. There is a certain kind of "newsboy rank" about this article that really stinks. Chinese author? U.S. Army private, emphasis on the Pvt.? >>>“first of its kind” in the Army Nope. It's been done before. >>>The total ear reconstruction involved doctors carving a new ear out of cartilage harvested from Burrage’s ribs, the statement said. The ear was then placed under her forearm skin to let it grow. ¶The procedure is one of the most complicated ear constructions in the United States, according to an ABC News report, and allows for the formation of new blood vessels in the cartilage. The whole thing is a lot more complicated than it needs to be, and it doesn't need to take two years, either. There is something really, really sick about how these doctors go about their business. You know what the real problem about this is? This is from the Holy Bible, Luke 22, the story of the betrayal of Jesus. Someone associated with the doc thought he was Saint Peter and cut off that girl's ear unnecessarily, and now the doc thinks he's Jesus Himself since he can touch it and make it all better. 47And while he yet spake, behold a multitude, and he that was called Judas, one of the twelve, went before them, and drew near unto Jesus to kiss him. 48But Jesus said unto him, Judas, betrayest thou the Son of man with a kiss? 49When they which were about him saw what would follow, they said unto him, Lord, shall we smite with the sword? 50And one of them smote the servant of the high priest, and cut off his right ear. 51And Jesus answered and said, Suffer ye thus far. And he touched his ear, and healed him. 52Then Jesus said unto the chief priests, and captains of the temple, and the elders, which were come to him, Be ye come out, as against a thief, with swords and staves? 53When I was daily with you in the temple, ye stretched forth no hands against me: but this is your hour, and the power of darkness.
  4. >>> "In sum, having carefully considered all of the evidence before it, the Court is not persuaded that Defendants will be irreparably injured by allowing the accession of transgender individuals into the military beginning on January 1, 2018," Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly said in her ruling. <<< I am transgender, but I do not see anything immediately satisfying in this ruling. The transgender are allowed to "enlist" but there is no clear path to an officer-level career, (which is never a given in any case.) Enlisted transgender women will no doubt be housed with "cis-" gender men and subjected to haircutting, sexual assault, and long prison terms on false or doubtful accusations without the due process of a grand jury which is missing in the military. "Cis-" women in general tend to throw a temper tantrum wherever transwomen are housed with them, and murder is a very likely outcome in that scenario. Furthermore the jurisdiction of a U.S. district court to "allow" transgender individuals into the military where they would be subject to the jurisdiction of a court martial, without necessarily having done anything wrong, is highly questionable. At the same time, our survival outside the military --- in the midst of civil unrest amongst an armed general population, when many of us have been disarmed by increasingly strict gun control laws and false allegations of mental illness, i.e., very literally, sickness of the mind, and no, there is no "nice" way to put that sort of allegation --- is increasingly at stake when we are already, effectively, in a military situation, but disarmed and without a clear chain of command. And as far as medical care goes, when I see veterans coming home with missing arms and legs or paralyzed from their spine, and these have not been able to obtain the necessary surgery for their non-sexual problems, I see little hope for transgender surgery, against the currently prevailing attitudes of hate and prejudice among the medical profession. In other words, if you can't fix a broken arm and do it right, I have little confidence in your ability to fix broken genital organs. I do not see so much "hate" per se from the generals or rank-and-file of the military itself -- they are military, and they are used to dealing with plenty of "sick"things on the battlefield -- but they are at war, and they are not very well equipped to handle festering medical problems that should have been fixed long ago in peacetime.
  5. Someone tampered with that ride. Who?
  6. Watchdog warns of 'unnecessary risk' to VA hospital patients in DC The ongoing medical quackery and organized crime in the medical establishment has reached a military dimension, now. Being armed with scalpels, poisons, drugs, and infectious agents, and causing so many deaths especially of military and ex-military members and those associated with them, these doctors are risking a legal classification as hostile military combatants rather than accused murderers. The cost of prosecuting these murders one by one in a court of law is greatly exceeding available resources, and the risk to life and limb of the general population is already exceeding the jurisdiction of courts of civil law in the United States....
  7. Stinger XX

    Naked Witnesses

    FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, 660 S Mesa Hills Blvd, El Paso, TX EL PASO COSMETIC SURGERY, 651 S Mesa Hills Blvd, El Paso, TX, "The Science of Beauty" Verbatim from flashing street sign: EL PASO COSMETIC SURGERY CALL TO SCHEDULE 351-1116 VOLUMA XC $590 syringe ULTRA XC $520 syringe ULTRA PLUS XC $560 syringe Pucker Up VOLBELLA $360 syringe kybella $590 vial $990 / 2 vials sculptra $650 vial $1200 2 vials Botox Cosmetic $480 3 sites Forehead Giabella Crowsfeet Facelift 25% off LASER Hair removal 50% off Non-VIP Members mira Dry $990 FRAXEL $2500 4 Treatments IPL MONDAY $175 Individual face treatment Facial Tuesday Full Facials $125 Botox Cosmetic 50% off Wedensday Individual injection site 2 Site Max THURSDAY Tattoo Removal 50% off Individual treatment Brow Lift / Chin Up FRIDAY $250 Purchase both $400 Active/ Deep Fx $1200 single treatment Facelift 25% off Cellfina 25% off coolsculpting 15% off images flashing on sign are exclusively of mixed-race Caucasian/Hispanic female bodies. This is really, really bad, and something is really, really off with it. And as usual, right in the face of law enforcement. Please don't tell me those in the Witness Protection Program need facials on Tuesdays and Botox on Wednesdays.
  8. John McCain Senator McCain (R-AZ) was the Republican Party's candidate for the Presidency of the USA in 2008. McCain's running mate was Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin. ____________________________________________________________ russia, mccain, graham, hostilities, ukraine, lindsey, senators, world, ukrainian, military, troops, mccain, john, senator, az, republican, ____________________________________________________________ The latest attempt to set off World War III during the visit to Ukraine. 2 February 2017. In the past few days, renewed heavy fighting has broken out in Ukraine’s Donbass region between government troops and the separatists. ➽ YouTube video: ____________________________________________________________
  9. All The News Here The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is a federal law specifying the budget and expenditures of the United States Department of Defense (DOD). Each year's act also includes other provisions, some related to civil liberties. The FY14 NDAA includes language that will make it easier to transfer detainees at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, home or to third countries that agree to accept them. The language, however, prohibits the transfer of any detainee onto U.S. soil for any reason. The bill also does not include funds for building new, or upgrading old, facilities at Guantanamo—an acknowledgement that the facilities are temporary. The ACLU supports the language as a necessary but incomplete step for beginning to close the military prison for good. The bill also includes important anti-discrimination protections for service members, including one that requires the DOD to submit a report to Congress that assesses whether its personnel policies for those living with HIV or Hepatitis B reflect an evidence-based, medically accurate understanding of both diseases. This review is welcome because service members have been penalized for behaviors and activities in which no transmission occurred or where there was no meaningful risk that transmission could occur. The FY2014 NDAA also repeals the prohibition on some expressions of private, consensual intimacy by military personnel – regardless of whether they are an opposite-sex or same-sex couple. With the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," this prohibition was stigmatizing and discriminatory. In December 2011, President Obama signed the 2012 NDAA, codifying indefinite military detention without charge or trial into law for the first time in American history. The NDAA's dangerous detention provisions would authorize the president — and all future presidents — to order the military to pick up and indefinitely imprison people captured anywhere in the world, far from any battlefield. The ACLU will fight worldwide detention authority wherever we can, be it in court, in Congress, or internationally. For how you can help resist these dangerous provisions, click here. Under the Bush administration, similar claims of worldwide detention authority were used to hold even a U.S. citizen detained on U.S. soil in military custody, and many in Congress now assert that the NDAA should be used in the same way again. The ACLU believes that any military detention of American citizens or others within the United States is unconstitutional and illegal, including under the NDAA. In addition, the breadth of the NDAA's detention authority violates international law because it is not limited to people captured in the context of an actual armed conflict as required by the laws of war.