Social workers to place paralysed cancer jab girl on “at-risk” register

ClickBy Angela Johnson

Source: Click Liverpool

The mother of a teenage girl, who has been left paralysed allegedly due to the HPV vaccine, has been told her daughter is to be placed on the ‘at-risk’ register.

Young Ashleigh Cave, 13, collapsed shortly after she was given the HPV jab at school – she is now unable to walk unaided.

Outraged single mum Cheryl, 37, has now been informed by social workers that Ashleigh is to be placed on the “at-risk” register and a Child Protection Plan will be put in place next week.

It is a controversial vaccine, believed to have caused health problems in at least 6 other young girls across the UK.

Ashleigh has been confined to a bed in Alder Hey children’s hospital since October 24th 2008.

Single mum Cheryl is calling for an investigation into the safety of the drug Cervarix, which guards against girls contracting the human papilloma virus.

Cheryl has been told that doctors believe Ashleigh’s condition is “psychosomatic” and they have refused to carry out further tests, despite providing her with seven painkillers daily.

The schoolgirl collapsed half an hour after receiving the vaccine and was soon unable to walk, and is suffering agonising pains in her legs.

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Barb’s note: Thanks to Claudia for this article! Can you imagine collapsing after receiving a vaccine, then being told that it is all in your head because it couldn’t possibly be the poisonous vaccine you were just injected with? Then, to top it off, the mother gets threatened with child abuse because she must have somehow caused it. Well folks, that is exactly what is happening daily throughout the world, and will happen with increasing frequency with the H1N1 concoction.

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The Only Feasible Basis for Arab-Israeli Peace

skulls_deesBy: Daniel Mandel

Source: Front Page Magazine

September 24, 2009

Time to end the fraud that the ball lies in Israel’s court.

One of the responses I sometimes receive after publishing articles and delivering speeches pouring cold water on the prospects of current diplomatic efforts to achieve an Arab-Israeli peace is: ‘What should Israel/the West be doing instead?’ Continue reading

Global Warming or Global Freezing: is the ice really melting?

Global warming or coolingBy F. William Engdahl

Source: Global Research

September 24, 2009

President Obama just made a melodramatic appeal at the United Nations for global measures to dramatically curb what he called “the climate threat,” current euphemism for what is more popularly known as Global Warming, the theory that man-made CO2 emissions from cars, coal plants and other man-made sources are causing the earth to warm to the point the polar icecaps are irreversibly melting and threatening to flood a quarter or more of the earth’s surface. There’s only one thing wrong with Mr. Obama’s dramatic scenario: it is scientifically utterly wrong. Since 2007 the polar icecaps have been growing not melting and the earth has been cooling, not warming. Continue reading

Landmark Decision: Massive Relief for Homeowners and Trouble for the Banks

BanksterBy Ellen Brown

Source: Global Research

A landmark ruling in a recent Kansas Supreme Court case may have given millions of distressed homeowners the legal wedge they need to avoid foreclosure. In Landmark National Bank v. Kesler, 2009 Kan. LEXIS 834, the Kansas Supreme Court held that a nominee company called MERS has no right or standing to bring an action for foreclosure. MERS is an acronym for Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, a private company that registers mortgages electronically and tracks changes in ownership. The significance of the holding is that if MERS has no standing to foreclose, then nobody has standing to foreclose – on 60 million mortgages. That is the number of American mortgages currently reported to be held by MERS. Over half of all new U.S. residential mortgage loans are registered with MERS and recorded in its name. Holdings of the Kansas Supreme Court are not binding on the rest of the country, but they are dicta of which other courts take note; and the reasoning behind the decision is sound. Continue reading

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