Thursday, December 6, 2018


 Man Unable to Speak, Walk, See or Breathe Days After Getting Flu Shot
 ‘It’s the last time anyone in my family 
will ever get one’
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 A Las Vegas man lost his vision, became partially paralyzed and has been unable to breathe without assistance since getting a flu shot last month.
Shane Morgan and his wife Monique decided to get flu shots on November 2, believing it would help protect them and young family members ahead of the busy holiday season.
But what they thought was a pro-active measure turned to horror when Shane began losing feeling in his arms and legs.
“About 36-hours after he got the flu shot he started to get sick,” Monique explained to KSNV.
“I never dreamed that any of this could ever happen,” Shane told local media.
Doctors at Centennial Hills Hospital diagnosed Shane with Guillain-Barré Syndrome, a known vaccine adverse reaction characterized by the CDC as an “autoimmune disorder in which a person’s own immune system damages the nerves, causing muscle weakness and sometimes paralysis.”
Monique blames the flu shot for triggering the adverse reaction, which has left Shane in need of a ventilator and a feeding tube.
“It’s the last time anyone in my family will ever get one,” she said, adding Shane would rather have the flu “ten to one” than suffer the debilitating disorder.
Despite Shane’s horrific vaccine injury, a Nevada health official interviewed by KSNV still encouraged people to get the flu shot, saying Guillain-Barré Syndrome is a “rare” condition.
Guillain-Barré Syndrome, or GBS, has also been reported in patients who received the whooping cough (pertussis) vaccine, Gardasil (HPV), and M-M-R II injections, to name a few.
A GoFundMe page has been created seeking donations to help the Morgan family.

Despite Shane’s horrific vaccine injury, a Nevada health official interviewed by KSNV still encouraged people to get the flu shot, saying Guillain-Barré Syndrome is a “rare” condition.
Guillain-Barré Syndrome, or GBS, has also been reported in patients who received the whooping cough (pertussis) vaccine, Gardasil (HPV), and M-M-R II injections, to name a few.
A GoFundMe page has been created seeking donations to help the Morgan family.

  Connection Between Guillain Barre Syndrome GBS and the Flu Shot Vaccine | Vaccine Lawyers
 Reaction to Flu vaccine: Guillain-Barre Syndrome
Published on Oct 1, 2011
Learn more about Guillain Barre on our website Flu vaccine Guillain Barre syndrome is one of the most common reported reaction to flu vaccine. GBS is a condition where the body's immune system attacks the nerves. Most commonly flu vaccine Guillain Barre begins in the legs and feet with tingling, weakness and loss of control-- but can quickly progress up the body effecting the muscles that control breathing which makes the condition a serious medical emergency. Many patients who develop flu vaccine Guillain Barre must be placed on a respirator to help them breathe until the condition begins to resolve. For some who have had flu vaccine Guillain Barre, permanent weakness will never go away and could require assistive devices for walking and daily tasks.


 END OF MACRON? French MPs Launch NO CONFIDENCE Vote Amid 
Nationwide Protests!!!
Report by Dr. Steve Turley
 Macron's Approval Rating CRATERS As France Braces for Another Round of Protests!!!
 France’s ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests Escalate 
to Teargas & Rubber Bullets
 Charlotte Dubenskij reports from Paris after hundreds of people were arrested and injured during Saturdays’ Yellow Vest protests. The French government is now mulling all options as a response, including a state of emergency. Later, Natasha Sweatte leads a panel with former UK Member of Parliament, George Galloway, and Conservative Political Commentator, Steve Malzberg, to discuss the demonstrations. Finally, Natasha is joined by RT Correspondent, Peter Oliver, who reported from the weekend’s protests in Paris where he was teargassed and hit with rubber bullets.
 Rebel Media in Paris: Tear gas, flames, large rubber bullets sign of coming “revolution"
 Nationalist Rebellion In France: 
Yellow Vests Vow To Fight On
 Paris is experiencing history making riots as the leaders of that protest have rejected Macron’s initial deal on carbon tax relief. Paul Joseph Watson breaks down the different angles of a populist revolt against globalism.
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French President Emmanuel Macron is learning the perils of defying the will of his own people to serve a globalist agenda. The French president has made it his mission to lead the globalist assault on fossil fuels to stem further increases in man-made greenhouse emissions. He vowed to “make our planet great again,” after sharply criticizing President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. After convening the first One Planet Summit in Paris in late 2017 and continuing to lecture the world about the need for drastic actions to combat climate change, President Macron showed he was willing to use his own people as sacrificial lambs. He proposed steep fuel-tax increases to take effect this January, with more to come in subsequent years. The purpose was to raise the price of carbon use in France. The French people rose up in protest at a level not seen since the 1960’s. The yellow vest became the symbol of what began as protests by French drivers against higher diesel fuel prices. The protests, at times accompanied by violence, expanded to vent the grievances of ordinary people feeling squeezed by President Macron’s economic agenda. At first, President Macron would not budge. However, as the street protests in Paris and other parts of France showed no signs of abating, the Macron administration decided Tuesday to suspend the planned fuel tax increases for at least 6 months. France’s Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, not the aloof President Macron, announced the suspension decision. “No tax is worth jeopardizing the unity of the nation,” Prime Minister Philippe said in explaining the government’s decision.
President Trump had acted on the belief that the Paris Agreement on Climate Change represented a windfall to many other countries to the detriment of American workers. President Macron, on the other hand, remained oblivious to the economic plight of his own people, who have been plagued by an overall jobless rate of 8.9%. The unemployment rate for French youth (ages 15–24) has been reported to be as high 24.6 percent.
It is worth noting that Prime Minister Philippe, not President Macron, used the phrase “the unity of the nation” in announcing the suspension decision. That’s likely because Mr. Macron sees himself more as a global citizen than as a citizen of the country he was elected to lead. Unity of the world to address climate change is more important to him than preserving the unity of the French nation by focusing primarily on the economic needs of the French people.
The French president showed his disdain for nationalism in remarks he delivered during a gathering in Paris of world leaders, including President Trump, to observe 100 years since the end of World War I. In a line that only a globalist could mouth, President Macron exclaimed, “Patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism. Nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism.” Mr. Macron thought he was being clever with his veiled attack on President Trump’s “America First” policies. However, President Trump is having the last laugh. President Trump’s approval rating stands at approximately 46 percent currently. President Macron's approval rating has fallen to 23 percent. The French people, who are suffering under President Macron’s globalist stewardship, presumably prefer a “France First” president.
Mr. Macron repeats the same globalist tripe that we heard for eight years from former President Barack Obama and one that we hear all the time at the United Nations. It is based on the false premise of multilateralism for its own sake. Globalists make the red herring argument that the only alternative to multilateralism as they define it is what Mr. Macron in his speech to the UN General Assembly last September described as a unilateralist “survival-of-the-fittest approach.” The real choice, however, is between manic multilateralism that globalists believe in, versus rational multilateralism that respects national sovereignty.
Manic multilateralism is an uncritical deference to global norms and consensus, irrespective of the consequences. The late Charles Krauthammer described its ultimate purpose:  to “reduce American freedom of action by making it subservient to, dependent on, constricted by the will–and interests–of other nations. To tie down Gulliver with a thousand strings… the slavish pursuit of ‘international legitimacy’ – and opposition to any American action undertaken without universal foreign blessing.”
Rational multilateralism, on the other hand, strives for cooperation among sovereign nations to address issues of common concern. It seeks to promote possible practical solutions to manageable problems transcending national boundaries that are fair to all concerned. The United States remains among the most dedicated multilateralist countries in the world. Americans generally support international cooperation when effective in fighting a common threat such as global terrorism. The United States has contributed more than any other member state to the United Nations (including its specialized agencies and peacekeeping operations) to keep it in business. We work through NATO in Europe, the Organization of American States in Latin America, and U.S. alliances with Asian countries. We actively support the work of the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and legions of multilateral relief agencies. None of that has fundamentally changed under President Trump. What has changed, however, is that President Trump will not tolerate funding arrangements that unfairly burden American taxpayers. He also refuses to go along with UN-endorsed agreements not ratified by the U.S. Senate that he deems to be contrary to the best interests and security of the American people. As President Trump explained in his speech to the UN General Assembly on September 25, 2018, “America will always choose independence and cooperation over global governance, control, and domination.”
Globalists reject the primacy of national sovereignty. They believe, for example, that by reflecting some sort of international “consensus” in resolutions and other "official" documents the United Nations has conferred special moral, political and even legal legitimacy on the Iran nuclear deal and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. They argue that the Trump administration cannot disavow these agreements without threatening to destroy the whole so-called “rules-based international order.”  Nonsense. President Trump saw through the fundamental flaws in both agreements, neither of which are legally binding treaties ratified by the U.S. Senate. He properly decided to act in the interests of the people who elected him.
The Iran nuclear deal provided a cash windfall to the dictatorial Iranian regime, which its leaders are using to fund their ballistic missile program and to fund terrorism. Obama’s deal kicked the Iran nuclear can down the road by not stopping altogether the regime’s ability to develop nuclear weapons and the capability to deliver them. The Paris climate agreement allowed China, the largest emitter of greenhouse gasses, to do virtually nothing of consequence to reverse the growth of its emissions until 2030. At the same time, Obama pledged further rapid cuts in U.S. emissions with job-destroying new regulations. He also agreed to a redistributionist funding scheme that would have picked American taxpayers’ pockets to the tune of billions of dollars a year starting in 2020. The fact that other nations’ leaders are either too stupid to heed President Trump’s warnings, or have too much a stake in selfishly reaping economic gains for their own countries, does not mean that President Trump must accede to their wishes.
President Trump by word and deed has laid out a vision that lauds international cooperation where warranted but under which he “will never surrender America’s sovereignty to an unelected, unaccountable, global bureaucracy.”  President Macron, in his own speech to the UN General Assembly last September, claimed that he does not believe “in one great globalized people.” He believes deeply, he said, “in the sovereignty of peoples.” Note that he uses the expression “sovereignty of peoples” rather than “national sovereignty.” He said in the same speech that “in no way will I yield the principle of the sovereignty of peoples to nationalists.” The French people rioting in the streets of France against President Macron’s proposed globalist fuel tax increases want a more nationalist president who shows true concern for their well-being as French nationals. Mr. Macron should start taking a lesson from Mr. Trump’s playbook if he wants to remain president of the sovereign French nation.
  Farage: Macron ‘Virtue Signals’ to the World While ‘Disconnected’ From French People
Farage: Macron ‘Virtue Signals’ to the World While ‘Disconnected’ From French People
Macron disconnected completely from ordinary folk, 
he says
EXCERPTS:  Brexit architect Nigel Farage says the Yellow Vest protests are a result of France’s President Emmanuel Macron virtue signaling to the world instead of connecting to the French people.
“It’s now more about an elite out of touch,” he told Fox News Business. “…Macron, the great globalist, the former investment banker who rarely seems to leave Paris, virtue signaling to the world whether it’s about global warming, or about the free movement of people.”
“But he’s busy with global politics, disconnected completely from ordinary folk out there living in small-town France.”
 Farage said the French protestors feel that their government isn’t working anymore and that Macron doesn’t represent them.


 HR 38: THE LAST CHANCE To Get National Concealed Carry Reciprocity Passed
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New York – -( We have less than two weeks left before the Senate adjourns for the Christmas Holiday.
If the Senate fails to act on national concealed handgun carry reciprocity within the next two weeks, any chance that this measure will be taken up anew and that it will become a reality when the House of Representatives seats a Democratic Party majority in 2019 will be virtually nil.
The Senate Judiciary Committee has been sitting on the bill that was sent to Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, last December 2017, when it passed the Republican-controlled House. The version of national concealed handgun carry reciprocity that passed the House is designated, 115 H.R. 38, “Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017.” Once Senator McConnell received it, he sent it immediately to the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, Charles Grassley, for action. No work was done on it, and a year has gone by since the Judiciary Committee had received it.
It is imperative we get the House version of the bill onto the Floor of the Senate for an immediate roll-call vote.
This Matter Requires The Concerted Effort Of Each Of Us.
The Arbalest Quarrel has been on the forefront of National Concealed Carry Reciprocity. We have written numerous articles on this subject. Interested readers are encouraged to read our articles by visiting our website.
Our articles have also been published by Ammoland Shooting Sports News  See our article, National ‘Right To Carry’ For Self-Defense Needs Your Help – Take Action.” And, we have recently posted our article on the website, The Truth About Guns. As a regular guest on “LockNLoadRadio,” hosted by Bill Frady, we have discussed the issue of national right to carry, at length.
We have been getting positive responses to our articles. Many pro-Second Amendment groups, organizations, radio, respected news sources, and social media, have joined us to mount a grassroots effort to strengthen our sacred Second Amendment right.
We know that, as you have gotten the message, you are doing your part to get the Senate to move on national concealed handgun carry reciprocity. Once the Senate passes the bill, it will be sent directly and immediately to the President for his signature. And, do not doubt this, President Trump will sign it. He has made very clear both during his campaign for the Republican Party nomination and during his successful run against the Democratic Party nominee, Hillary Clinton, that he avidly supports the natural, fundamental, unalienable right of the people to keep and bear arms.

It is time to urge Congress to act to strengthen our natural rights and liberties, not weaken them. We must have national concealed handgun carry reciprocity enacted into law now.

For those of you who have not added your voice to this critical effort, there is still time.
Important Contact Information:
Senator McConnell may be reached at 202/ 224-2541, but he does not provide a personal response, and he will not take messages at this time. However, there is a referral to Senator McConnell's online email.
Senator Grassley can be reached at 202/ 224-3744. The Senator provides a personal response to your message, and your message will be relayed directly to the Senator.
Your Senate Delegation can be reached at 202/ 224-3121. The switchboard will provide you the phone numbers for the Senators of your State.
You can reach the White House at 202/ 456-1414. At the prompt, you can leave a message for President Trump.
The NRA can be reached at 800/ 392-8683. You can leave a message, but be aware there may be a lengthy wait. You can also leave a message for the nra-ila.
With your active assistance, we can turn the tide and see national concealed handgun carry reciprocity a reality. Please join us in this critical, timely cause. Time is of the essence. We must get the Senate to act immediately on this.

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 War on Christmas
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“School administrators reportedly explained they had made the decision to ‘avoid singing anything of a direct sacred nature’ in order to be ‘more sensitive to the increasing diverse population at the school.’”
Hmm. Who could they have in mind who might be offended by the mention of Jesus at Christmas? Jews have been in the U.S. from the beginning, and never had any problem. And this is Virginia, where there is a large and rapidly expanding Muslim population. Clearly this decision was made to avoid offending Muslims. How wonderful, generous and multicultural! Now: where is the Islamic school in Saudi Arabia, Iran, or Pakistan that is avoiding mention of Muhammad to keep from offending Christians?

“Virginia School Bans Christmas Carols Mentioning ‘Jesus,’” by Thomas D. Williams, Breitbart, November 30, 2018:
To celebrate the birthday of Jesus Christ, the Robious Middle School in Midlothian, Virginia, has banned any Christmas carols that mention the name of Jesus.
School administrators reportedly explained they had made the decision to “avoid singing anything of a direct sacred nature” in order to be “more sensitive to the increasing diverse population at the school.”
David Allen, the father of a student at Robious Middle School, has expressed his concern over the exclusion of Jesus from Christmas songs to be performed at school Christmas concerts.
Allen said students were forbidden from singing a particular carol “because the word Jesus was in there and apparently someone assumed it was of a sacred nature.”
According to Allen, it seems as if “everywhere you look everyone’s afraid of stepping on someone’s toes or everything is being so sensitive.”
In an email exchange with Allen, the school’s choir director said that the Jesus ban stems from problems experienced by students.
“We had a few students who weren’t comfortable singing a piece I have done many times in the past, but it is of a sacred nature and does mention Jesus,” the choir director wrote.
While this exchange was going on, Allen said he had received a “diversity notice” from the school explaining their commitment to diversity and inclusion, which struck him as paradoxical.
“I’m trying to rationalize how you can encourage diversity and yet be exclusionary in one specific area,” Allen remarked.
Attorney Michael Berry of First Liberty Institute wrote a letter to the Chesterfield County School District, of which Robious Middle School is a part, explaining that that, legally, public schools have no reason to ban Jesus from Christmas concerts or other celebrations.
“Federal courts have upheld the constitutionality of public school holiday programs that include the use of religious music, art, or drama,” Berry wrote, “so long as the material is presented in an objective manner ‘as a traditional part of the cultural and religious heritage of the particular holiday.’”…

Dr. Derek Wasnock
Principal, Robious Middle School
Phone: 804-378-2510
Chesterfield County School Board
Mr. John M. Erbach, Chairman
Voicemail: 804-332-1826