La simbología illuminati es cada vez más abundante en los dibujos animados hasta en los menos esperados, todos con un objetivo asaetear el subconsciente de los niños, para que luego estén predispuestos a todo esto,adoctrinándolos con símbolos masónicos e illuminatis. En este caso les traigo este popular comic Tom y Jerry, que todos conocemos bien, consta de dos personajes animados un gato (Tom) y un ratón (Jerry), que protagonizaron un gran número de cortometrajes, dirigidos por los reconocidos William Hanna y Joseph Barbera y producidos por el estudio de Hollywood.
Este video que a continuación les mostrare fue extraído de la película Tom y Jerry Rapidos y Furiosos Pelicula del 2005, que se trata de un reality show donde deberán hacer una carrera. En este fragmento del video podemos notar un gran simbolismo illuminati, claro luego lo cubren con algo chistoso, pero se puede notar claramente, además se ve un personaje que infunde un gran temor denominado El presidente deHollywood que en un momento parece ser el mismo diablo cuando lo ven tienen que usar objetos con simbología illuminati o masónica de forma obligada.
Que canteo no...? #nwo#illuminati#tomyjerry#nom#masoncartoon#lucifer#hollywood
All the newly mentioning new cloud formations, allready monts ago all over the world!!! Fuck this GEOENGINEERING nonsence, STOP POISIONING US!!!! MAN MADE CHEMICALS DROPING UP ON US AND ALL LIVING BEINGS!!! #geoengineering#nwo#agenda21
A billboard showing first lady Melania Trump next to the phrase "just imagine how far you can go with a little bit of English" was removed Tuesday in Croatia after Trump's Slovenian lawyer threatened a lawsuit.The billboards were advertisements for the English language school Američki Institut, but images Tuesday showed the signs blank.Trump's lawyer Natasa Pirc-Musar told the Associated Press that she was "satisfied with the fact that the school admitted that they violated the law and that they are ready to remove the billboards." Pirc-Musar also said she was still considering other legal options.
School spokesperson Ivis Buric apologized for the billboards and said they were meant to be positive, the Associated Press reported. Buric also called the ads "very successful" because they attracted so much publicity and said the school plans to build more without Trump's picture.
Too few new antibiotics are under development to combat the threat of multidrug-resistant infections, according to a new World Health Organization report published Tuesday. Adding to the concern: It is likely that the speed of increasing resistance will outpace the slow drug development process.Not enough drugs target the 12 “priority pathogens,” which are increasingly resistant to existing antibiotics, health experts say.
As of May, a total of 51 antibiotics and 11 biologicals — medical products often made from natural sources — are being developed, the new report said. “The idea is that biologicals could replace use of antibiotics, which could help in overcoming the resistance problem,” Peter Beyer, an author of the report and senior adviser to the WHO’s Department of Essential Medicines and Health Products, wrote in an email.
Seemingly, this large number of potential new drugs should suffice, yet it is not nearly enough.
First, just 33 of the antibiotics in the pipeline target priority pathogens. This year, the WHO published a list of a dozen “priority pathogens”: 12 separate families of antibiotic-resistant bacteria that pose the greatest threat to human health.
Among the priority pathogens is a drug-resistant tuberculosis, which kills about 250,000 people around the world each year, and a variety of multidrug resistant strains — Acinetobacter, Pseudomonas and various Enterobacteriaceae — which are responsible for infections in hospitals and nursing homes and among patients whose care requires ventilators and catheters.
Of the 33 potential medicines for treating priority bug infections, only eight are innovative treatments. The other 25 are simple modifications of existing families of antibiotics. At best, then, the 25 will serve as short-term solutions since it is expected bacteria will quickly adapt to and resist these new (though somewhat familiar) drugs, according to the WHO.
The Trump administration is preparing to make it easier for American gun makers to sell small arms, including assault rifles and ammunition, to foreign buyers, according to senior U.S. officials.
Aides to President Donald Trump are completing a plan to shift oversight of international non-military firearms sales from the State Department to the Commerce Department, four officials told Reuters.
While the State Department is primarily concerned about international threats to stability and maintains tight restrictions on weapons deals, the Commerce Department typically focuses more on facilitating trade.
The officials from multiple agencies, speaking on condition of anonymity, say the new rules will cut government red tape and regulatory costs, boosting U.S. exports of small arms and creating jobs at home. "There will be more leeway to do arms sales," one senior administration official said. "You could really turn the spigot on if you do it the right way." The push fits both Trump's support for the gun lobby espoused on the campaign trail and his "Buy American" agenda.
But critics, including some lawmakers and arms control advocates, have expressed concern that any easing of export rules could make powerful weapons of the type often used in U.S. mass shootings more accessible to criminal gangs and militant groups that Trump has vowed to fight.
The administration has all but finalized a draft of the new rules, which could be sent to the White House budget office for review within days, one U.S. official said.
The changes – which can be enacted without congressional approval - could be made public this fall, followed by a period of public comment, with implementation as early as the first half of next year, the officials said.
Major tech companies are opposing sex trafficking legislation that would make them liable for content posted by users, arguing that the broad language in the bill could stifle free speech. Proponents argue it would finally end the “legal slave auction” online.
The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee heard testimony Tuesday on bipartisan legislation that would allow victims of sex trafficking to sue internet companies for facilitating such crimes.
The Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act of 2017, or SESTA, sponsored by Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and 28 co-sponsors from both parties, would make internet companies accountable for publishing information “designed to facilitate sex trafficking.” The bill would amend Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA), which shields internet companies from criminal liability for material posted by third parties.
According to Portman, the bill would eliminateprotections for “websites that assist, support, or facilitate a violation of federal sex trafficking laws,” and would enable victims of sex trafficking to bring litigation against websites that “facilitated the crimes against them.” Major tech companies, such as Google, Facebook, Wikipedia, and others have lobbied against the bill, arguing that the broad language of the bill threatens free speech online.
Abigail Slater, the general counsel at Internet Association (IA), which represents tech giants such as Google, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter and Netflix, testified that IA would support “targeted amendments”to the CDA that would “allow victims of sex trafficking crimes to seek justice against perpetrators.” However, Slater said that without the protections of CDA230 “service providers would be forced to err on the side of removing their users’ content or face unsustainable liability for their users’ content that would harm the creation of legitimate and diverse online services.” #war#chaos#cnn#soros#nwo#agenda#law#freedom#news#politics#pizzagate#republican#democrat#lies#bilderberg#secretsociety#clinton#trump
WHY are #flushots recommended for #pregnant women, when there are no safety studies conducted for this #vaccine ? 🤔🤔A new study revealed that the flu shot is associated with miscarriages and yet the the voice for #bigpharma the FDA have licensed at least 24 flu shots? Why? 🤔How many were tested in pregnant women to make sure they are safe? Zero!! Video credit @nickcatonemma #shots#FDA#vaccinations#eugenics#nwo#pHARMa#instavid RP @tracifrost1976