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CDC Director Arrested for Child Molestation and Bestiality

New revelation about high ranking CDC official who played a key role in the H1N1 propaganda scare, and pushed vaccines on young children... This evidences her lack of integrity and concern for children. Not sure about the bestiality charge? If it is true, and If it was a dog ... was it at least 3 years old (over 18 in dog years)? Was it consensual? Did it hurt anybody?

If the charges are true ... it goes to show the kind of individuals the government hires to supposedly protect are health and welfare.

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there's some weird stuff in this one on down.
want to investigate.

Jackson County Georgia

War is an instrument entirely inefficient toward redressing wrong; and multiplies, instead of indemnifying losses.
Thomas Jefferson

She is/was

One of the world’s most highly regarded scientists in the field of weaponized anthrax.

"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

Rumor has it

She advised this group

Three leading scientists, one a world authority on the composition of Anthrax, have produced a paper that presents evidence that directly calls into question the FBI’s version of events surrounding the 2001 anthrax mail attacks.


"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

"If the charges are true "

Let's wait until then shall we?

After all the lies that the MSM has thrown around we know that they make up character assasination lies about those that buck the system.

This CDC Director may well have been trying to help the public by exposing others.

Likewise, I don't believe that terrorists flew into our buildings, that Michael Jackson screwed children, that Vick killed dogs, etc. I just don't believe anything that destroys someone anymore.

I'm not saying I believe these things to be false, I just don't believe they are true.

I commend you and your ability to straddle a fence like no other

"I'm not saying I believe these things to be false, I just don't believe they are true."

lol...so you commit to a side before knowing the facts?

I didn't think so.

Thus, we shouldn't jump to conclusions just because someone is accused of something...or even if the media says something...repeatedly.

Why, because the media lies so much. And that ALSO goes for things that the media says that supports our case.

We can't afford to be selective with our acceptance of truth.

Actually I was making a funny...

I hadn't heard it put quite that way and thought it was great. I wasn't trying to piss in your cheerios...I promise. :O)

Oh, my bad

It's Monday.

Now that was


I was trying

... to get a Libertarian discussion on bestiality ... but I realize I was just Beating a dead horse.

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Central Pa, Lycoming County, Williamsport

Ouch...coffee out the nose hurts!

Never have I laughed so hard at a potential necro-bestiality comment...Come to think about it..I've never even thought of such a comment. Thanks for burning my mind.

To paraphrase

To paraphrase one commenter on that article who basically laid out the Libertarian position:

"If the animals were of consenting, legal age and had agreed to the relationship in easy-to-read written consent there is no problem."

Animals dont need to consent

do they?

If so, then why dont they also need to consent to be killed for food, etc?

If animals are property, then theyre property.

I see no moral difference between killing an animal to eat it versus using it for "entertainment". (unless you want to delude yourself into thinking that the cows that go into hamburgers are treated/killed any more humanely than Vick's pitbulls.)



It was a joke.

I have to disagree...

we raise and eat a lot of animals on my place. Every one of them have wonderful lives eating grass, bugs (chickens), and getting all the sunshine and healthy air they can suck up. Until it is time for them to become food. At that point they die instantly and are dressed for consumption. I dare you to compare that to Pricks fighting dogs or some corporate feedlot environment. We as a family, and as a people, respect and are thankful for the animals that give their lives for our survival. They are allowed no harm and are well protected and taken care of during their lives on the farm.

You may see no moral difference between what happens here and fighting chained dogs, raised to hate, to near death on a constant basis, but I certainly can.

Is the way you raise animals

Is the way you raise animals for food the rule? Or an exception?

Most animals (not all) that area raised for food live misreable lives and suffer painful deaths.

Would you disagree and maintain that all the chickens and cows that are slaughtered for KFC, McDonalds, etc are wandering around eating bugs and grass?

Of course I would disagree, or I wouldn't have mentioned it..

But these are your exact words...to which I was replying.

"I see no moral difference between killing an animal to eat it versus using it for "entertainment". (unless you want to delude yourself into thinking that the cows that go into hamburgers are treated/killed any more humanely than Vick's pitbulls.)"

I don't put words into other peoples mouths..I just respond to what they say. And as far as it being an "exception"..then that is on the shoulders of the people consuming that meat. If people didn't gobble up feedlot meat, and chickens that never get to see daylight, then those places wouldn't exist.

It wasn't that long ago that all of our food supplies, including all meats and veggies, were bought locally from people who raised their animals like we do. We the small farmer didn't change..it is the very people bitching and moaning about it while they scarf down their fast food burgers that changed the landscape. Wal-Mart or bust is the way of America now.

So can I, and . . . thank you--

for years spouse and I ate very little meat, because of the inhumane treatment of feedlot animals, etc.--(all kinds)--

then we discovered local farmers when one of us wasn't getting enough animal protein (after years of vegetarianism, no discussion on that required or wanted)--

and found out just how good meat that is raised on the land near where we live and fed the right things (such as pasture grass) can be--

it's a difference of night and day. We know these farmers; they are our friends. We buy directly from them. Can't say how much I appreciate them and their hard work. They seem to like us, too. Not that we ever wasted meat before, but we certainly don't now.

Some are 'certified'; some are not, but they are all responsible people who take care of their animals.

Also, we know some responsible hunters who bring us wild meat when they have extra. There is no comparison with these people who care for animals and the corporate meat-mongers.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--


The LP (big-L Libertarians) has no position on this issue, other than, possibly, it's not a federal issue. I don't believe it's in our platform, but I suppose we could discuss it at the next convention.

Small-L libertarians, of course, have positions all over the map, depending on whether they think animals have rights, and whether there were property rights at issue.

What do you think? http://consequeries.com/

That's funny...

...cuz I was jolted into remembering my buddy's old girlfriend who worked on a breeding farm and "beat" live horses all of the time! Other than having very strong biceps, I don't think she ever experienced anything detrimental from it...like getting arrested...

Wha? .....hey....who stole my country?

Once again....

out of the ether come the faint haunting echoing whispers from the likes of Svali, Cathy O'Brien (who, being from Michigan, had a lot to say about Romney's father and Ford), John DeCamp and Ted Gunderson warning us of the existence of a ruling cabal, and of a penchant of the rulers to engage in all sorts of nepotistic placement of their minions into high government and/or military positions and their incredible appetite for sexual depravity. It would not surprise me to find out that this woman comes from a very well to do, well connected family.

And I'm sure this will be ignored some more...so lets move on...

Wha? .....hey....who stole my country?

Ted Gunderson...

Gunderson's lectures are frightening. I always say to myself, I know it's true when I watch his videos. He's a true eye opener..


That was one trip down the rabbit holes that I could have done without. Now, I see the corroborations in news reports everywhere. Teachers...police...government officials. It's truly everywhere under our noses but no one can see it because for those who haven't been exposed, can't see it. For those who have, we want to deny its existence given its too horrible to contemplate. Weird.

It's kind of like the FedEx Logo...You could go your whole life and never see the Arrow in the LOGO. But, if someone tells you that it is there, and you go looking for it and find it, you will never look at that LOGO again without seeing it...most of the time...first. (As you and any reader will now experience for the rest of your lives lol!)

I picked my screen name for this phenomenon...as Ron Paul's message was under my nose for a long time...and I just couldn't see it. The Daily Paul was instrumental in showing it to me and now I will never be able to erase it...ever! ;-)

Wha? .....hey....who stole my country?

reply to both of the above--

when you get to where you can't . . . divide yourself from all of this knowledge, where you need a place of escape--

you begin to read ancient (and some not so ancient) manuscripts that seem more honest, and you see that 100, 150, 200, 250 years ago . . .

it was no different. Been going on a long time. Has perhaps (or not) become more 'sophisticated' in its evil, but been going on a long time--

some of the wisest minds in the world (long gone) studied these things and realized that . . .

it was almost hopeless, but not really or not quite . . . and began to write inspirational, elevating things--

to keep people like us from drifting into hopelessness.

or, in other words, . . . yup.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--


I went in the same direction as I have swallowed none of this without corroboration. I probably heard Cathy first and her story is so unreal it begged for dismissal.

It wasn't until I kept running into completely disparate sources pointing to the same people, doing the same stuff, that I began to sit up and take notice. Cathy actually submitting herself to a gynecological examination on film and the actual display of her mutilations certainly added a great deal to her and her husband's credibility. Then I started digging more...and again...yup. MKUltra is certainly not the brainchild of a "common man".

Just listening to Kay Griggs sends shivers up your spine, especially if you are intimately aware of some strangities existing in the command structure of the military and the familial backgrounds of its leaders. Then the attachment of the intelligence services...at hip level and above...to the banking industry...it's all so daunting.

Wha? .....hey....who stole my country?