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    Today, 03:45 PM
    The Free Thought Project definitely editorialized at the end to make it look like this was some kind of exposure to bring down powerful people. Trump is going to solve this problem just like all the other country's problems, right? ;) Dr. Phil's angle (not saying I am believing it) is that these victims need help, but have no where to turn. The LAPD Lt. was brought on to reinforce that point, by stating that law enforcement allegedly cannot prosecute those running these pedo rings because the victims won't testify out of fear.
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    Today, 02:51 PM
    Why would you expect that? If she is legit, and she seems to be, just having her on is a big risk, at least theoretically.
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    Today, 01:21 PM
    Yes, I understand all that. But did you watch this show? This is something well planned out. The main guest is allegedly part of an International Pedophile ring, so maybe they are competitors with U.S. based ones. Who knows. The Free Thought Project has also covered this show. They have some comments and quotes if you don't want to watch the whole show. For example:
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    Today, 12:57 PM
    The "organization" she is allegedly a part of is obviously not revealed. Could this be a controlled well-thought out plan to bring someone down, someone who has too many enemies, such as the Clintons?? This show is maybe needed to create public outrage and get the public sympathetic?
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    Today, 12:13 PM
    Trailers: Full show, although I am told these are disappearing fast from YouTube:
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    Yesterday, 05:26 PM
    As I mentioned above, homeschool families are losing their children also. HSLDA (Home School Legal Defense Association) has litigated several cases where social workers have removed children from homeschool families without warrants. One that recently reached the 9th circuit I believe is on appeal to the Supreme Court.
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    Yesterday, 12:57 PM
    Easier said then done. We know many cases where this "advice" you are giving was actually followed. One thing everyone needs to remember when making plans like this, is that the foster care/adoption business is a multi-BILLION dollar child trafficking business. They have vast amounts of resources at their disposal to go after kids and traffick them. I can obviously only comment on stories that are public, but this Texas family did exactly what you suggested, picking up their family and moving to Colorado, even leaving behind a job. But they were pursued in Colorado, and the children brought back to Texas. Yes, they made some mistakes along the way, but even if they had not, a homeschooling family of 10 children is not easy to hide. They still do have not have their children back, and their original "crime" was having too many children and being poor. Homeschooling did not keep them out of the system - neighbors who did not like seeing barefoot children run around outside turned them in. Colorado Police Help Texas CPS Kidnap Rembis Children and Bring Back to Texas – Father Jailed
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    Yesterday, 08:09 AM
    Children do not need to be protected by the State - period. Does the State Ever Have a “Right” to Remove Children from a Home?
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    03-21-2017, 05:15 PM
    His parents say that he is just a normal, imaginative little boy; his school says that he needs mental health help. After Christian Maple was called to pick up his 7 year old son Camden from school following an incident, Christian and his wife Katie had a long talk with their son to find out what exactly was going on. As parents, they know their son better than anyone, and they addressed the situation at home. They thought the matter was settled. It should have been over. But it wasn’t. It got much worse. The next morning, staff at Bowman Primary School in Lebanon, Ohio, demanded to know the content of the Maples’ conversation with their son. Christian did not believe that was their business to know the details, and he and Katie chose to reject the primary school’s opinion that they needed to have Camden evaluated and treated by psychologists. The school reported the Maples to Child Protective Services. Eight police officers later surrounded the family’s house and took 7 year old Camden away from his home and his family.
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    03-17-2017, 11:24 AM
    You have stated quite succinctly what the problem is, which is that family law and family court are unconstitutional. No kids should ever be taken away from their parents if neither the parents nor the children want it. They are incarcerating the victims, instead of the alleged criminals, and the reason this unconstitutional system prevails, is because of massive funding which keeps the wheels turning. Does the State Ever Have a “Right” to Remove Children from a Home?
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    03-15-2017, 10:29 PM
    In addition to civil rights cases like this, which few attorneys are doing - but the few who are are becoming wealthy from it - at least in California - there is also a big emphasis now in defending Shake Baby Syndrome (SBS) cases, as many courts have overturned convictions on these. The Innocence Project, for example, will take on these cases right now in all 50 states. Judges are waking up to the fact that the whole "science" of SBS is bogus, and if the defendants did not have representation from doctors who now oppose this, they are retrying the cases. See: University of Michigan Law School Awarded $250K to Learn How to Defend Shaken Baby Syndrome Cases Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts Opens the Legal Door to Retry All Shaken Baby Syndrome Convictions
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    03-15-2017, 06:43 PM
    There are huge opportunities for good attorneys in this area, especially with civil rights lawsuits. Are you familiar with Shawn McMillan in California? California Attorney Shawn McMillan on Why He Fights CPS: “They’re Stealing Kids”
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    03-15-2017, 06:05 PM
    What state are you in? That is certainly not the case in many states, where the situation goes from bad to worse. Most people just simply do not understand that there is absolutely no due process of law when these kids are taken, and the fight to get them back will usually destroy the career of the parent who is forced to work full time in just trying to get their children back. This is all about money, and HUGE money. The only way to stop this is to defund it. But that would kill hundreds of thousands of government jobs, so it won't happen too easily.
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    03-15-2017, 03:39 PM
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/sessions-vows-crackdown-on-drug-dealing-and-gun-crime/2017/03/15/08d831de-08f5-11e7-93dc-00f9bdd74ed1_story.html
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    03-14-2017, 08:44 PM
    In the stories we cover, the cops are almost never called by the victims. It is almost always CPS that gets called by someone who does not like the family, or by "mandatory reporters" such as doctors who will report parents for not following their medical advice. If the parents do not willingly give up their children to CPS, or let CPS into their home, THEN the cops are called, who all to often willingly oblige to kidnap the children, even without a warrant. So I would say: Rule #1 to keep people out of the system: Do NOT call CPS if you do not like how your neighbor or family member is raising their child. Talk to the parents first. If they need help, help them! That's what good neighbors and family members used to do, before we expected government to take care of all our problems.
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    03-14-2017, 08:09 PM
    Find and dandy. But you can NOT control what other people do who are out to get you. We have published stories of children being taken because a neighbor did not like the fact that the next door kids were outside without shoes and called CPS, or a grandmother who called paramedics because her daughter (in another state across the country no less!) chose an unassisted home delivery and successfully gave birth to twins, without going to the hospital. The parents turned the paramedics away (whom they did not call for), but the paramedics are mandatory reporters so they reported the family to CPS who proceeded to take the children away. In this story (also common), it is allegedly a rebellious teenager who just does not want to live under her parents rules. So you can go to the rooftop and shot out "DO NOT CALL THE COPS" as loud as you want, but it won't change how this system operates. Child Protective Services and the modern day Foster Care system is one big legal child trafficking business to the tune of BILLIONS of dollars and hundreds of thousands government jobs.
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    03-14-2017, 03:45 PM
    Full article at Time.com.
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    03-14-2017, 01:43 PM
    Full article at Time.com.
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    03-13-2017, 11:36 AM
    "These people"?? A rebellious 15 year old makes a mistake at school and somehow it is the fault of the family?? The parents did not bring this on.
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    03-10-2017, 10:29 PM
    Amidst the ever changing, controversial white waters of vaccine safety, parents who choose natural immunity are being targeted by certain members of the medical, legal and public health communities as being guilty of medical neglect. As readers of Health Impact News' MedicalKidnap.com website are fully aware, "medical neglect" is a broad term frequently used against parents who dare to disagree with doctors over the healthcare of their children, and can result in Child Protective Services (CPS) taking the children away from their families by force. The latest example of this usurping of parental rights, which is being pushed and orchestrated by vaccine extremists who insist on pushing a one-size-fits-all approach to immunity, appears in the February edition of ​the ​American Journal of Public​ Health, in an article entitled "Parental Refusal of Childhood Vaccines and Medical Neglect Laws.” The paper, authored by Efthimios Parasidis, JD, M.BE, and Douglas J. Opel, MD, MPH, sets out to examine court cases where vaccine refusal is categorized as "medical neglect" under child welfare laws. Read the Full Article.
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    03-10-2017, 07:12 PM
    Wow, has anyone checked to see if Netanyahu survived a heart attack?? This sure caught me by surprise. I will say one thing for Trump: He is definitely "outside the box." There's almost no predicting what he will do next....
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    03-10-2017, 09:32 AM
    Interesting comparison AZJ. The difference, of course, is that Kennedy was a politician, whereas Trump is(was) not. Trump became wealthy and powerful outside of politics. Is there an actual definition of "deep state" somewhere (non-wiki) that is generally accepted as it applies to the U.S.? I think most here recognize that the PTB resides with bankers and controlled by the Federal Reserve. I am assuming that however one defines "deep state" that it operates below the control of the bankers. The bankers are probably OK with Trump (they have some of their key people in his administration), hence his fate is probably not going to be the same as the Kennedys.
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    03-09-2017, 07:10 PM
    He admits the study is not available to view, but still expresses his belief that it was pulled because it was "crappy," in the absence of any facts to support his conclusion. Classic Zippy "logic"....
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    03-09-2017, 05:39 PM
    I am getting weary of your straw man arguments and basically you debating with yourself. Are all progressive statists as challenged by logic as you are? I have made no claim as to the frequency of deaths and injuries that are the result of vaccines. Only that they exist, and that the public deserves to know this. You make that claim, and it is a claim based on belief, not facts. The absence of facts (the claims for injuries and deaths made in the vaccine court do not equal the totality of deaths and injuries due to vaccines) is an argument from silence, and proves nothing. It is an illogical fallacy. The FACTS are that some people die and are injured by vaccines. You admit that the facts show this, thus we do agree on this point, whether you want to admit it or not.
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    03-09-2017, 04:12 PM
    "killing and injuring people" are not among your belief in the "rare" side effects? If not, then what do you believe these "rare" side effects are?
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    03-09-2017, 11:00 AM
    Feel free to keep carrying on this discussion with yourself. We agree that vaccines kill and injure people. That is the only point I am making, and have ever made. This information is suppressed from the public with the lie that vaccines are "safe and effective." You want to make a case, based on your belief, that these injuries and deaths are insignificant based on reported cases. But the only fact I am presenting is that these cases are under reported, and no one knows the actual numbers. Your position is not defensible, because you do not possess the facts (actual numbers of people who are harmed or killed by vaccines.) You are making a statement of belief, based on what data does exist. What is seldom, if ever, discussed in all this is whether or not those who are sacrificed on the altar of vaccine belief, through losing their life, or being permanently disabled, are justified for "the greater good." Even if you believe in the concept of "the greater good," the burden of proof is still on you to prove that the rest of society is benefiting from vaccines. That is not a statement that you can prove scientifically. Historical rates of infectious disease, for example, show that those diseases were on the decline in populations long before the vaccine for it was developed, suggesting that natural immunity, as supplied by our Creator, is probably better than vaccine-induced immunity, and the science shows many, many examples of vaccine failure where the supposed immunity wears off over time, or the pathogen adapts and the vaccine is no longer effective. Most of the new cases of pertussis today, for example, are among the vaccinated. And the flu vaccine: the evidence is overwhelming that it is not effective.
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    03-09-2017, 12:19 AM
    Yes, killed by vaccines. You obviously are not interested in facts. Read the DOJ reports I linked to. They pay damages for those killed by vaccines every quarter. That is a belief from which you have no facts to back up.
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    03-08-2017, 10:45 PM
    Thank you for admitting that vaccines kill and injure people. It is very important that people understand this, rather than the lies and propaganda that vaccines are safe and effective, and that the "science is settled." "Anti-vaccine site" invalidates the data supplied from the DOJ? Another typical ad hominem attack. What are the real numbers of vaccine injuries and deaths? The U.S. government keeps a database of reports documenting vaccine injuries and deaths called The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). The problem is that very few medical officials ever report vaccine injuries or deaths, either because they are not trained to recognize them, or due to pressure within their profession to not report them. To admit that vaccines do cause harm is professional suicide for most doctors and medical professionals.
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