Department of Health Acknowledges Death Caused by Gardasil Vaccine

Christina Richelle Tarsell died at the age of 21, from an arrhythmia in response to Gardasil, an HPV vaccine that she received days before her death. Her family fought the Vaccine Court for 8 years, and their claim was denied- they were told that her arrhythmia could have been preexisting, despite medical records showing onset after the vaccine.  Her family took the case directly to the Department of Health and Human Services that declared that the Vaccine Court “placed an overly onerous burden of proof” and instructed the court to compensate the Tarsells. This case shows that the Gardasil vaccine can cause death.  To date, 271 people have died from reactions to Gardasil, yet mainstream media is silent.

May God bless the Tarsell family, who fought the U.S. government eight long years to validate a medical burden of proof that the Gardasil vaccine killed their daughter. The Tarsell’s 21-year-old daughter Christina Richelle “died from an arrhythmia induced by an autoimmune response” to Gardasil, an HPV vaccine that she received only days before her death.

The final ruling has been confirmed by the Department of Health and Human Services: Merck’s Gardasil vaccine causes autoimmune problems that cause sudden debilitation and/or death. If the young girl had been gunned down by a madman with an AR-15, then there’d be national headlines and a march on Washington. Since this young woman was “shot” to death by a vaccine, the whole story gets swept under the rug.

Never mind that the Gardasil vaccine is responsible for ending the lives of 271 young women to date, according to over 57,520 adverse event reports obtained from the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System. If 271 young people died in a school shooting, the news coverage would be nonstop in support of gun bans. How about a ban on Gardasil – a real modern day assault weapon?

The Tarsell’s case was initially taken up by the Vaccine Court, which is a payout system that was set up to compensate families for vaccine damage. Vaccine makers pay an excise tax to this system for every vaccine they sell. This money (cost of doing business) is used to pay out damages to select families who can medically prove they were damaged by a vaccine. This system protects vaccine makers from being sued in a true court of law, ensuring that vaccines will continue to be manufactured for the “good of all.”

At first, the Special Master from the Vaccine Court said that Ms. Tarsell did not persuasively establish “a basic proposition of her claim, that Christina did not experience an arrhythmia until after the first dose of the HPV vaccine.” The Special Master declared that “without this foundation, Ms. Tarsell’s claim cannot stand.” The Special Master did not assess the medical records provided by the Tarsell’s. These records proved that Christina’s arrhythmia was not present until after the Gardasil vaccine. The Special Master instead based his decision on the possibility that Christina’s arrhythmia could have been present before it was detected, even though her medical records told otherwise. Even though the arrhythmia was prevalent following Gardasil, the Special Master claimed her arrhythmia was from an “unknown” source.

The Tarsel’s took their case directly to the Department of Health and Human Services and after eight years of fighting, they received a 22-page ruling by Judge Mary Ellen Coster Williams. The ruling declared that the Special Master’s approach for analyzing the case “placed an overly onerous burden of proof.”

Therefore Judge Williams declared:

Petitioner’s motion for review is GRANTED. The Special Master’s decision denying compensation is VACATED, and the case is REMANDED to the Special Master for further proceedings consistent with this decision…

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Rapper Kanye West Complimented Conservative Candace Owen’s Politics on Twitter

Candace Owen gave a speech at UCLA and responded to Black Lives Matter protesters by saying that some black people in America focus on slavery, which is in the past, and is a victim mentality, while other black people who focus on their future are more successful and have a victor mentality. Kanye tweeted, “I love the way Candace Owens thinks.” Cartoonist Scott Adams said that Kanye’s tweet ripped a hole in reality by making it acceptable to break out of old thought patterns that are a mental prison.

Dilbert creator Scott Adams said Kanye West’s praise of conservative commentator Candace Owens “ripped a hole in reality,” in a live Periscope stream on Sunday, prompting the Grammy-winner to share the video on his own Twitter account.

“It feels like there’s something big happening, and I feel a framework to see this big happening stuff is that people are breaking out of what I call their mental prisons,” Adams said in the first of what was a series of videos West shared with his millions of Twitter followers. “That people are realizing there’s things that used to hold us back, that used to limit what we could do and, you know, and what our danger was and what our opportunity was, that much of these were psychological So we humans have developed a number of prisons of the mind, things that we just imagine to be limitations or imagine to be true, and it limits what we think is possible and it limits what choices we make… One is the false belief that history repeats. It doesn’t. It never does. It just looks like it because we have this pattern recognition brain, so anytime we see this thing that reminds us of another thing, we say well there it is, history repeating itself again… But that’s not what’s happening.”

“History can’t repeat, because all the variables are changing all the time, so you can’t ever have the same starting point you ever had in history. History never repeats, ever. If you think it does, you’re in the mental prison,” Adams continued.

“Do you know what happens if you think that history doesn’t repeat? Then you can become President of the United States without ever being a politician. If you believe that history repeats, you don’t even try,” Adams continued, before adding that Kanye is “somebody who has strong credentials for being an advocate for African-Americans and against racism, so Kanye has good credentials from that point of view.”

“What did he tweet? He tweeted, ‘I like the way Candace Owens thinks.’ Seven words, and he ripped a hole in reality. With seven words. Because Kanye is supposed to be over here, and Candace is supposed to be over here, and they’re not ever supposed to say the other one said something right. Right? That’s not supposed to happen. But Kanye did it anyway,” Adams explained. “Kanye knows history doesn’t repeat, he’s not a prisoner of the mind, he knows that the problem is not the solution. Whatever you want to say about Kanye and his politics, I don’t even know what his preferred politics would be, I’m not even sure what party he would run for if he ran for president at this point. But whatever else you want to say about him, and I don’t know enough about his actual management skills, or political ability, but he did something that you could rarely see. He actually just altered reality.”

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Bill Gates Funds EarthNow Satellite Video to Surveil Every Corner of the Globe

EarthNow’s press release lists Bill Gates as a primary financier of their product, a network of satellites that can spy-cam every corner of the globe from space.  They claim their purpose is to help “smart cities” become more efficient, assisting (mainstream) media in “telling stories”, illegal fishing crime watch, helping humanity understand its impact on the planet and more.  Initially, governments and enterprise customers will have access.  [What could possibly go wrong with real-time monitoring of everything by governments and other power brokers?] 

BELLEVUE, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–EarthNow LLC announces intent to deploy a large constellation of advanced imaging satellites that will deliver real-time, continuous video of almost anywhere on Earth. The latest company to spin-out from Intellectual Ventures, EarthNow recently closed a first round of financing with investments from Airbus, the SoftBank Group, Bill Gates, and Greg Wyler. The initial funding focuses primarily on maturing the overall system design to deliver innovative and unique real-time Earth observation services.

“With existing systems, users can see only what has happened in the past. With EarthNow’s constellation of satellites, you will see events unfold as they happen in real-time.”

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According to EarthNow’s founder and CEO, Russell Hannigan, “EarthNow is ambitious and unprecedented, but our objective is simple; we want to connect you visually with Earth in real-time. We believe the ability to see and understand the Earth live and unfiltered will help all of us better appreciate and ultimately care for our one and only home.”

EarthNow represents a dramatic leap forward in capability compared to other Earth observation satellite systems which deliver pictures and sometimes video clips to users many minutes, hours and even days after they are requested. Hannigan said, “With existing systems, users can see only what has happened in the past. With EarthNow’s constellation of satellites, you will see events unfold as they happen in real-time.”

EarthNow takes advantage of an upgraded version of the satellite platform, or “bus,” developed originally for the OneWeb communications service. Each satellite is equipped with an unprecedented amount of onboard processing power, including more CPU cores than all other commercial satellites combined. According to Greg Wyler, Founder and Executive Chairman of OneWeb, “We created the world’s first low-cost, high-performance satellites for mass-production to bridge the digital divide. These very same satellite features will enable EarthNow to help humanity understand and manage its impact on Earth.”

Airbus plans to mass-produce the satellites using their advanced production lines in Toulouse and Florida. “Airbus has a unique heritage in design, manufacture and operation of Earth Observation satellite systems and would certainly be a valuable partner in this program,” said Nicolas Chamussy, Head of Space Systems at Airbus.

Initially, EarthNow will offer commercial video and intelligent vision services to a range of government and enterprise customers. Applications include catching illegal fishing in the act, watching hurricanes and typhoons as they evolve, detecting forest fires the moment they start, watching volcanoes the instant they start to erupt, assisting the media in telling stories from around the world, tracking large whales as they migrate, helping “smart cities” become more efficient, providing on-demand data about crop health, and observing conflict zones around the world. In parallel, EarthNow plans to create compelling “live Earth video” mass market applications that can be accessed instantly from a smartphone or tablet. “We are excited by the prospect of giving everyone a stunningly-beautiful real-time window on your world from space. With EarthNow, we will all become virtual astronauts,” said Hannigan.

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