Tony Blair, “Infanticide Endorser” is Rewarded by “Save the Children”

If you read my post the other day about the press release revealing Ebola was cured with Ozone, Vitamin C and glutathione therapies, you read my “opinion” that the humanitarian organizations The Red Cross, UNICEF and Save the Children have been infiltrated in the upper echelons by the New World Order, and I’ve expounded on this many times before.

Following is more in that vein with regard to Save the Children.

I’ve also remarked that it always seems to be the worst offenders who get the awards; Hillary Clinton, Obama, Monsanto, ExxonMobil… for the very OPPOSITE of what they truly wrought. It’s a stinging slap in the face to victims and the citizenry of the world and makes me gag.

The criminals freely hand out awards to EACH OTHER to maintain the illusion for those who remain in slumber, but for those of us who are awake, they’re throwing it in our faces.

Thanks for the images in this post. We must keep our sense of humour.  ~ BP


The Children of Iraq, Victims of the US-UK led war

“At Save The Children we want to delight and surpass your expectations.” (Save The Children website)

When the Orwellian “Middle East Peace Envoy” Tony Blair was named “Philanthropist of the Year” by GQ Magazine in September for “his tireless charitable work” (tell that to the dismembered, dispossessed, traumatized of Iraq, Afghanistan) there was widespread disbelief.

Mind stretching though, it was hardly a heavyweight accolade, coming from a publication with, seemingly, a strange fetish for David Beckham’s knickers and little grounding in reality.

The magazine’s Editor lauding Blair’s “achievements” surreally included “reconciling the three Abrahamic faiths.” He may know about men’s knickers, but he clearly has not heard of Iraq.

Blair’s recent endeavours include, for an alleged 7.6 million pounds a year – which he denies – that he:

“advised Kazakhstan’s autocratic president, Nursultan Nazarbeyev, on how to manage his public image after police killed 15 unarmed protestors.” (1)

Blair helpfully also added 500 words to a speech Nazarbeyev was to make in Cambridge, UK, which: “were used to portray (the President) as a visionary leader who had improved living standards in his homeland.” (2)

Upon receipt of the award for philanthropy Blair commented: “I feel the pulse of progress beating a little harder.”  A variation of his tacky Northern Ireland: “This is no time for sound bites, but I feel the hand of history on my shoulder.”

(See image below for the “hand of history” on Tony Blair’s shoulder)

On 19th November, though, the Butcher of Baghdad, Dodgy Dossier Master, Sanctions Endorser of an embargo which condemned to death an average of 6,000 children a month according to the UN, was awarded Save The Children’s Global Legacy Award at a Gala Charity at The Plaza in New York.

Tony Blair presented with Save the Children’s Global Legacy Award

Tony Blair at Global Legacy Award by Save the Children at 2nd Annual Illumination Gala in New York. Image Tony Blair’s website


Lassie: Save the Children Animal ambassador attended The STC Gala in New York

Read the rest of this illuminating article…

I’ll have the turkey with a side of ractopamine

You might, too, whether you like it or not if you live in the good ol’ US of A. Here’s a tidbit from the Center for Food Safety on this little-known extra we get with our Thanksgiving and Christmas birds.

I’m going to “Grandma’s Farm” on the other side of the valley to get a home grown goose where I can choose my own side, thank you very much. 

If you feel so guided, you can add your voice to the mandate to stop this dangerous practice.

Use the links to add your voice in ONE SECOND and share on FB!  ~ BP


You may be getting an extra side dish with your Thanksgiving turkey that you didn’t bargain for: a risky drug called ractopamine.

Ractopamine is a growth enhancing drug that’s added to turkey feed—as well as the feed of pigs and cattle—to increase their muscle mass – making big turkeys even bigger for your holiday table. But when it comes to your health, bigger isn’t necessarily better.

Tell the FDA “No thanks” to ractopamine in your turkey!

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has allowed widespread use of ractopamine in turkey feed since its approval in 2008 without conducting comprehensive scientific studies that document the risks of ractopamine to human and animal health.

That’s why Center for Food Safety, the Center for Biological Diversity and Sierra Club filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for approving ractopamine for use in turkey feed without fully examining how the drug affects people, animals and the environment.

Tell the FDA to protect human health and animal welfare by banning the use of ractopamine in turkey production!

Ractopamine raises significant food safety and animal welfare concerns. Ractopamine mimics stress hormones causing the turkeys, pigs and cattle that eat it to convert feed to muscle more quickly. It is connected to “downed” animals, muscular tremors, cardiovascular dysfunction and increased aggressive behavior in animals.

While human health studies on ractopamine are limited, those that exist raise serious concerns.  The drug’s primary human health study, conducted on just six healthy men, caused heart pounding in three of the men so severe that one of them had to be withdrawn from the study.

That is bad news for consumers since both USDA and Consumer Reports have found residues of ractopamine in meat samples. That’s because there’s no mandatory withdrawal period for the drug – ractopamine can be fed to turkeys right up until the day they are slaughtered!

Unlike the U.S., dozens of countries, including the 27 members of the European Union, China, and Taiwan, ban or strictly limit the use of ractopamine. Yet the U.S. continues to approve ractopamine and drugs like it at a break-neck pace.


Illustration of How Energy or Vibration Manipulates Matter [video]

And this is how reality is created, too, I guess. Mindblowing stuff the way molecules and atoms can be arranged in patterns via sound and waves.

They certainly never had this on MY school curriculum. Makes you wonder what else science has hidden from us. We’ve been manipulated, too, so there’s a fascinating education ahead of us.

I can’t embed the video here but if you have a Facebook account you can watch the video.

Lawsuit Over Fort Lauderdale, Florida Arrests for Feeding the Homeless

On Facebook, this went around.


And now we hear there is a lawsuit to stop this ordinance to prevent citizens AND THE CLERGY from feeding the homeless except in designated areas.

Supposedly feeding the hungry causes them to congregate, like a dirty flock of birds, and you just can’t have large groups of hungry, homeless vets and other poor souls gathering where citizens might begin to recognize the growing problem, now can you? That makes it difficult to sweep the issue under the carpet until it’s too late to do anything about it, which is what they want—for the sheep to continue sleeping.

This is what America has come to. The Land of Plenty is no more. The masses don’t seem to realize the growing gap between the poor and the rich—with very little middle class left between them.

Of course on TV the mayor explains that it’s a misconception. A misunderstanding. He frames the law in just such a way that it makes it sound like all they have is a desire to feed the homeless in a safe, sanitary manner. (which prevents too many from congregating in any one place where the problem could be recognized for what it is.) 

He also says the elderly man feeding the poor was NOT arrested and taken into custody. 

It will be interesting to see what comes of this.  ~ BP

See the video here and here.

Lawsuit filed against city of Fort Lauderdale over homeless feeding ordinance


As the city of Fort Lauderdale contends with international backlash after it began criminally charging ministers and several others with feeding the homeless in public, it now has a major lawsuit on its hands.

The lawsuit filed by prominent local attorneys Bill Scherer and Bruce Rogow alleges that Fort Lauderdale’s controversial anti-homeless feeding ordinance violates both the U.S. Constitution and the Florida Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

“This statute, this law in the city, is unconstitutional,” Scherer told Local 10 News investigative reporter Bob Norman.

“On what grounds is this unconstitutional?” asked Norman.

“The entire constitution that we learn in law school — freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of association, due process, equal protection —  I mean, the homeless people are not being treated equally with the rest of the community,” said Scherer.

Scherer, who is representing Episcopal minister Mark Sims, who is one of the first to be charged with feeding the homeless in public, said the city’s claim that it’s about health and safety is simply a cover for the real aim.

“It’s nonsense. It’s trying to restrict the feeding programs so the homeless will not gather (in public), and will go somewhere else so we will not see them,” said Scherer.

A court hearing on the new lawsuit is expected sometime next week.


Keeping it Light: Stop Buying Stuff! Love is the Answer! [video]

If you need a laugh, don’t miss this video. It’s hysterical. We’ve heard the words before, but the delivery is priceless.

I think I can embed this video properly today. Patrick had my back last night when I shared Tolec’s video the wrong way and only the iFrame code showed. LOL  How soon we forget.  I’ve got this!

I think it’s obvious that to truly get through to people, we have to smash through the zombie state and get their attention in fresh, new ways they simply can’t ignore.

We’ve all seen bizarre behaviour from people who are a little unbalanced and disconnected from reality, but THIS guy is completely awake and aware and doing his part in his own unique way to snatch people from their numb state. Matthew Silver—we love you!

As we near the American Thanksgiving which kicks off the shopping frenzy with the dreaded “Black Friday”, does it really matter that Christmas is more of an Illuminati ritual than a celebration of Jeshua’s birth? I think the end result is all that matters. We get the message.

If we would just refrain from the greedy glut of consumerism en masse and “stop buying stuff”, we could get back to the true meaning of Christmas. Giving gifts to loved ones is great, but most of us don’t really need those glittering trinkets and baubles, and there are so many who are homeless and starving and have to resort to begging for food in shopping centre parking lots and freeway off-ramps. It rips my heart out.

I’m hoping this will be a Christmas of true miracles and prosperity for Humanity because we’ve been beaten down about as far as we can go. It’s time for true Christmas miracles! Bless us—every one.



Jim Carrey Outs the Illuminati [video]

Thanks to KP for sharing this. Carrey is one of my favourite Canadians.

‘Disclosure’ takes many forms and comes from many sources—some we may not even recognize, so subtle are they.

Jim Carrey’s delivery, however… not so subtle. And maybe that’s a GOOD thing. Enjoy—and thank you, Jim!