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Abadnonned schoolBy Anne Dachel

School districts are working on their budgets, and they have to deal with some huge money issues. First of all, security is foremost in the minds of the people running our education system.  They have to be proactive, doing everything possible to prevent another tragedy like the Parkland from happening in their schools.

Teachers are being trained to recognize possible perpetrators among their students. News reports tell us about districts screening students for mental health issues, hiring more social workers, counselors, psychologists, and partnering with local mental health agencies.

It’s abundantly clear that sending your child to school today involves a risk. Teachers face the real threat of violence from their students. The media off-handedly tells us that one in every 5 kids has a mental illness.  (No explanation given. It’s just the way it is.) Teachers need to worry every time they walk into a classroom.  They better be prepared for the worst.

So while districts spend millions on security and hiring more staff to make schools safer, the special education numbers keep on growing and that means higher costs too.

Here’s a sample of what’s happening from my site, Loss of Brain Trust—Childhood Lost over the past week.

July 22, 2018, North Andover (MA) Eagle TribuneSurging costs prompt new approach to school funding

… Last week, the House approved spending $500 million over the next five years to help districts better cover the costs of special education and employee health care. At the same time, lawmakers opted to study the issue of helping English language learners and poorer students.

Special education costs contributed to a nearly $4 million school budget deficit in Methuen last year….

In fiscal 2018, the district covered costs for 136 special needs students in residential, private day or collaborative programs -- about 25 more students than during the prior year.

July 22, 2018, Carroll County (MD) Times: Editorial: Getting to root of behavioral issues in elementary school students 

For the past few years, Carroll County Public Schools has asked for additional funding in its budget to repurpose several teaching positions to behavioral specialists. But despite the county’s overall funding for public schools increasing, shortfalls in meeting the Board of Education’s total funding request have left those positions from becoming a reality.

The need for these behavioral specialists has been fueled by anecdotal evidence, according to CCPS officials, that behavioral problems are on the rise, particularly at the early elementary school level.

July 22, 2018, Minneapolis Star Tribune: Washington, Ramsey county schools to boost mental health help for preteens


Schools in Washington County and parts of Ramsey County are intensifying efforts to help preteens struggling with stress and anxiety, which can lead to more serious mental health problems if not treated….

Two new grants will bring therapists into middle schools in those two east metro counties.

Last week, Youth Service Bureau was awarded $50,000 from the Andeavor Foundation for an initiative to create safer schools. The funds will be split between the South Washington School District and the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District. Sherman said plans are in the works to bring a therapist into the schools once a week in addition to offering educational opportunities for parents to learn to recognize signs of mental illness.

July 23, 2018 (UK) Schools Week: Sadiq Khan urged to intervene over London’s ‘special needs timebomb’

The mayor of London Sadiq Khan is under pressure to take action over the capital’s “special needs timebomb”.

The London Assembly’s cross-party education panel, which holds the mayor to account on policy matters, said Khan should lobby the government for more high needs funding for the capital’s schools, more flexibility over finances for local authorities, and support for more special free schools. …

In 2017, around 204,000, or 14 per cent of all pupils in London had some level of special educational need or disability. This is 20 per cent more than ten years ago, and thousands more places for SEND pupils will be needed in the coming years, politicians have warned. …

…, warns that funding has not kept up with demand….

July 23, 2018, (UK) Education Executive: Report highlights severe lack of school places for London’s SEND children 

Research by the London Assembly Education Panel highlights the issues surrounding children with SEND and their education in the capital city.

There are over 200,000 children and young people in London with some level of special education need; the last decade has seen a 20% increase in this area, with the various needs becoming increasingly complex.

July 23, 2018, (UK) Evening Standard: ‘Severe pressure’ on schools as number of pupils with most complex needs rises by fifth

London schools are coming under “severe pressure” trying to deal with increasing numbers of children with special educational needs, a damning report warns today.

The number of children with the most complex needs is growing, but head teachers are not getting enough money to help them properly, according to a London Assembly report. …

July 23, 2018, Salt Lake Tribune: This Utah school district plans to have a full-time psychologist in each of its 36 elementary schools by fall

…The district intends to be one of the first in Utah to have a full-time psychologist in each of its 36 elementary schools. Its school board approved the mental health initiative last month as part of a $710 million budget, which includes more staff and training for students at all of its schools, including 10 middle schools and eight high schools and technical schools.

July 23, 2018, Waco, TX, Central Texas Proud: Belton ISD hiring three new employees to improve school safety

The Belton Independent School District is hoping to improve school security with three new employees. …

"Safety and security of our students is our highest priority," says Superintendent Susan Kincannon.  …

The school board budgeted for two coordinators for safety and emergency preparedness. They are also adding someone to design and implement a social emotional program to support students.  …

"We want our parents to have the confidence and our students to have the confidence that their schools are safe," Kincannon said. …


July 23, 2018, (UK) Northern Echo: Mental health first aid courses planned for Newton Aycliffe 

The Mental Health First Aider youth course was delivered at The Work Place, on Aycliffe Business Park, at the end of last month.

Designed to equip participants to support young people, the session was oversubscribed by interested school staff and individuals who work with or support young people.

The next course running in September is also already fully booked but more dates are now being planned.

Helen Dent, the course trainer on behalf of Mental Health First Aid England, said: “We must acknowledge that more than three young people in every classroom will have a diagnosed mental health disorder.

“We must become pro-active and begin to address issues at early stages to prevent this figure from rising.”

July 23, 2018, CBS12, Wichita, KS: Partnership helps Wichita school district place greater emphasis on mental health

The district, with help from a $1 million grant, will team up with Comcare and launch a pilot program to target students who need help.

The mental health intervention pilot program is aimed at children who may have experienced a crisis or are showing signs of adverse behavior….

Starting this school year, more than 20 Wichita public schools will have direct access to mental-health services provided by Comcare.


July 23, 2018, NBC7, Tallahassee, FL: Florida students will have to report if they’ve accessed mental health services

In addition to increasing funding for mental health screenings, part of a new law passed in the wake of the tragedy requires school districts to ask students to report if they’ve ever received mental health services.


July 23, 2018, Park City, UT, NPR: Wasatch School District Communications Director Focuses On Safety, Literacy And Teacher Compensation

…School Resource Officers, secure entryways and an additional Psychologist will be in place by the start of school in August…

And the final piece of it is of course, mental health.  And they have hired another full time body to ensure there’s as much availability for resources for the students as possible because mental health is equally a part

that is recognized as school safety.”


July 24, 2018, (UK) E. Anglican Daily News: Read how a Suffolk school is leading the way in pupil mental health

A Suffolk school is being held up as a shining example after greatly improving the mental health of pupils by employing its own clinical psychologist.

Thurston Community College [high school] is one of the first schools in the country to invest in a full-time psychologist.


July 24, 2018, Pittsburg Morning Sun: USD 250 bond projects on schedule

Many projects at USD 250 are underway and are nearing completion….

What was once an autotech classroom is now multiple rooms for people with various special needs. This includes “safe rooms,” which are padded to keep the students safe and a sensory room for students with autism. …

July 25, 2018, (UK) Schools Week: First school mental health support teams will be set to work ‘by the end of 2019’ 

New mental health support teams will start working with schools “by the end of 2019”, the government has confirmed.

Ahead of their official response to a consultation on children and young people’s mental health, the Department for Education and Department of Health have announced they will proceed with plans to employ thousands of extra staff to support the schools community.

However, the timeframe for the scheme has again come under fire, after it was confirmed that it will reach a maximum of 25 per cent of the population by 2023….

July 25, 2018, Burlington (VT) Patch: Burlington School Department Goes $1.7 Million Over Budget

Burlington Public Schools overspent its budget by $1.7 million, or about 3.3%, in 2017-18. The school department will ask Town Meeting for the funding to make up the deficit. About $600,000 was for special education transportation costs, while another $200,000 came for a stipend for tutoring. The district also went $220,000 over its budget for substitute teachers and incurred higher-than-expected maintenance expenses.

Superintendent Eric Conti disclosed the overspending at Tuesday night's school committee meeting. Conti attributed the problem to rising special education transportation costs, which in previous years had been covered from operating funds. But over time the deficit has built up and that option is no longer feasible.

"No one likes to go to town meeting to ask for money," Conti said. "This is a problem, I don't want to say it is not, but I do think it's occurred because of significantly increasing costs in special education we've been trying to cover a bunch of ways, and I think it's just caught up with us over time."…

"No one likes to go to town meeting to ask for money," Conti said. "This is a problem, I don't want to say it is not, but I do think it's occurred because of significantly increasing costs in special education we've been trying to cover a bunch of ways, and I think it's just caught up with us over time."…

July 25, 2018, Leavenworth (KS) Times: Commission discuss proposal for school mental health initiative

County commissioners reached a consensus Tuesday to have staff look into a possible ballot question regarding a tax increase for a mental health program for schools. …

July 25, 2018, (UK) Independent: Government attacked over child mental health plan and told it is ‘sleepwalking into deepening crisis’

The government has been accused of “sleepwalking into a deepening crisis” on child mental health and attacked for its flagship plans to improve it. 

Hundreds of mental health workers will be trained to work in and near schools from the end of next year to help boost young people’s wellbeing, after the government confirmed plans will go ahead.

July 26, 2018, (New Zealand) Scoop: School leaders report high levels of violence

Senior primary school leaders are reporting high levels of violence in their schools, with 38% experiencing threats of violence in 2017, and 41% being subjected to actual physical violence.

July 26, 2018, Pasadena News Now: Pasadena Unified Contends with Ballooning Special Education Costs

About 25% of the District’s budget funds programs for just 16% of its students

While the Pasadena Unified School District continues working to make cuts to reign in multi-

million-dollar budget shortfalls projected over the next few years, it’s increasingly struggling to fund special education, as both the costs, and the share of the costs that the District is responsible to pay, rise year-over-year.


July 26, 2018, (UK) Daily Echo: Groundbreaking ceremony takes place at Springwell School in Thornhill 

CONSTRUCTION has started on £5.3m [$7M US] expansion to a Southampton primary school which will provide extra place for pupils with special education needs (SEN). …

July 26, 2018, Kansas City Star: Reducing anxiety, raising grades: therapy dogs ‘bring a calm’ to KC-area schools

… From there her mission took off. With permission from her middle school principal, Slaven joined the growing trend of Kansas City area school educators who are bringing therapy animals into schools.

July 26, 2018, Waltham (MA) Wicked: How Waltham schools respond to challenge of youth suicides

Approximately one Waltham High School student in 23 has tried to commit suicide, and nearly one in 14 Waltham middle school students has, according to data from the city’s most recent Youth Risk Behavior Survey

July 27, 2018, India, New Indian Express: [12.5%] One in eight kids may have neuro disorders in India

NEW DELHI: Almost one in eight Indian children between the ages of 2 to 9 years, may have at least one neurodevelopmental disorder (NDD) such as epilepsy, speech and language disorders and intellectual disability, an assessment of children from across the country has found. …

July 27, 2018, KELO FM Radio, Sioux Falls, SD: A few special education students can have big impact on a school district budget

Legislators serving on the “Extraordinary Cost Fund for Special Education” committee heard from school officials at their meeting in Pierre this week.

The committee is looking at the numbers of students, and the costs involved in local districts providing those extra educational programs….

 Jamie Herman, superintendent in the Kadoka District, says they are having to place more students out of their district.


July 27, 2018, (UK) Romford Recorder: Havering schools issue almost 1,500 exclusions, latest figures reveal

State-funded primaries, secondaries and special schools in Havering issued a total of 1,432 fixed period exclusions punishing 879 youngsters out of a total 39,958 by telling them to stay away from school for a set length of time.

There were 248 short term exclusions issued for attacks on pupils and 192 for threatening adults.

Of the outer London boroughs Enfield issued the most (2,951) with Kingston upon Thames issuing the least, 380.

Nationally, fixed term and permanent exclusions have risen over the last five years from 7,616,870 in 2012-13 to 8,025,075 last year….

As a result students with behavioural, mental health or special educational needs failed to get the support they required, Mr Powell-Davies said.

July 27, 2018, Decatur, IL, NBC17: Accused Mattoon High School shooter due in court

MATTOON, Ill- A teenager accused of firing gunshots at Mattoon High School is due in court.

The teen is scheduled for a hearing that will determine the next step in the process.

He is accused of targeting a female student and opening fire in the cafeteria when she did not show up to lunch on Sept. 20.

One person was shot, but recovered.

A psychiatrist told the court before the teen is very ill, has depression, oppositional defiant disorder, and a history of violent and dangerous behavior.

Math teacher Angela McQueen is credited with tackling the teen and subduing him in the cafeteria, preventing anyone else from being harmed.

July 28, 2018, (UK) Isle of Wight County Press: Isle of Wight school dog Poppy receives top award

STUDENTS aren't the only ones achieving at St George’s School.

School dog Poppy — who has been supporting students at the special school for three years, helping to boost their self esteem, reduce anxiety and comfort them when they are upset — has been awarded 'Pets as Therapy' status….

July 28, 2018, (Ireland) Donegal Democrat: Back to School 'Quiet Night' at McElhinneys in Ballybofey

McElhinneys Ballybofey have announced plans for a Back to School ‘Quiet Night’ which will take place in the Kids Department from 6:30pm on Wednesday, August 8. 

The evening is planned to be autism-friendly and suitable for children with disabilities, or for children who would simply prefer a quieter and more calm shopping experience. 

July 28, 2018, South Bend (IN) Tribune: Kids with autism could find residential care in South Bend

Joshua Smith is getting calls from families in other states. He said it points to the need — not just here, but in the Midwest — for the residential care that his company would provide for kids with autism and other developmental and intellectual disabilities.

The beds haven’t even opened, said Smith, who’s CEO of the for-profit firm Riverbend Behavioral Health. In January, it began a small school and outpatient therapy center for autism in the same three-story building, the former Madison Center Children’s Hospital at 701 N. Niles Ave. …

It would serve ages 6-21 when their behavior becomes too difficult for their families to manage — or when they are a danger to others or themselves, Smith said. Youths would stay an average of 90 to 180 days, though it could be more or fewer, while both the youth and family learn better ways to cope. DCS and juvenile justice centers could refer several of the kids.

You will notice that what’s happening in the U.S. is mirrored by what’s happening in the U.K. More and more programs and funding are needed to address behavioral needs and special education.  Schools today resemble mental health clinics more than they do academic institutions.

Just as the July 26th story from the U.K. demonstrates, school will soon be choosing between regular ed and special ed.

News Shopper: Greenwich Council considers free school bid amid pressure for places

Councillors have debated bidding for a new specialist free school in Greenwich to deal with increasing pressure for pupil places.

It’s estimated there will need to be about 200 more special needs places available for pupils by 2022.

The council’s top team met to discuss plans to deal with growing pressure for school places in the borough. …

Council leader Dan Thorpe and the cabinet agreed to a U-turn on the planned expansion of Boxgrove Primary School in Abbey Wood, which was first touted in 2013, and to use the funds for that to instead increase provisions for SEND (special educational needs) pupils there.

The council also considered bidding to the Department of Education to build a new special educational free school….

David Gardner, cabinet member for education, said demand has to be met through free schools and academies, despite the council’s opposition.

“A number of heads have said to me that students they have need to be in special schools but there are not the places for them,” Cllr Gardner said….

That line, ‘There are not the places for them’ is what’s coming for every school district.

Anne Dachel is Media Editor for Age of Autism. Her site, Loss of Brain Trust is a compendium of the radical changes in school around the world.


susan welch

More info re the state of UK children's health. This time, a pitch by the Independent newspaper, on behalf of pharmaceutical companies, to sell more Ritalin.

How much lower can media, Health authorities and governments sink?

BTW, the WHO is tweeting loudly at the moment about how important, safe and wonderful vaccines are. I did respond by saying they can cause brain injury (also known as autism), auto-immune disease and many other disabilities. The response I received was, of course, ridicule from the trolls.

One step at a time!


The Purpose of Schooling - the role the institution has played in creating this tragedy ...


Please, Dr. William Thompson, get yourself away from your controllers at the CDC. We will pitch in to pay your salary if you need it but break yourself free. We need you.

david m burd

From a recent Director Tom Frieden of the U.S. CDC (Centers for Disease Creation):

""Americans are living longer, healthier, and more productive lives than ever before thanks in part to extraordinary achievements in public health over the past decade," said CDC Director Thomas R. Frieden, M.D., M.P.H. "However, we can do much more to protect and promote health. Continued investments in prevention will help us and our children live even longer, healthier and more productive lives while bringing down health care costs."

The accomplishments include:

Vaccine-Preventable Diseases
A number of new vaccines were introduced during the first decade of the 21st century. Two of the most significant were the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine, which has prevented an estimated 211,000 serious pneumococcal infections and 13,000 deaths and the rotavirus vaccine, which now prevents an estimated 40,000-60,000 rotavirus hospitalizations each year. Other achievements included record low reported cases of hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and chicken pox. A recent economic analysis indicates that vaccinating each child born in the United States in a given year with the current childhood immunization schedule could prevent approximately 42,000 deaths and 20 million cases of disease." As the iconic humorous Dave Barry of the Miami Herald is fond of saying, "I'm not making it up."

Frieden's humongous lies are a perfect example of the propaganda playbook that teaches "the bigger the lie the more likely the public will believe it" -- and has been. taught the last couple decades in Med and Nursing Schools to hundreds of thousands of new brain-washed graduates. To compound this evil the present CDC Director has forbidden the CDC employee William Thompson from testifying in a vaccine injury trial, as Thompson would blow the lid off about vaccines' terrible toxicities.


I don't even know how I messed up my name, but the comment by "we" is by me. :)

Barry Stern

Eventually the U.S. and U.K. will take a long hard look at their governmental policies regarding food production (GMOs, factory farms, herbicides, etc.), vaccinations, pesticides, toxic chemicals and electromagnetic radiation in the environment and conclude that these policies contribute greatly to the deteriorating health of our respective populations, especially children. Evidence abounds. Half of U.S. high school graduates, for example, do not have sufficient mental or physical capacity to enter the military. Children from countries with far less resources than the U.S. and U.K. are healthier and more fit than most of ours. And as news stories referenced by Ms. Dachel suggest, these policies continue to result in increasing numbers of children requiring expensive special education, especially those with neurological disabilities such as autism.

Why do we have such misguided policies? Follow the money! Which industries benefit most from making and keeping us sick? Answer: the food, pharmaceutical, medical, chemical, insurance and industrial agricultural industries.

How come Big Media doesn’t have major news stories about this? After all, there are plenty of whistleblowers who have tried to report on the malfeasance and cover-ups of companies and governmental agencies that are supposed to be keeping us healthy and safe. Answer: who do you think provides most of the advertising revenue that keeps the media afloat? And funds most corporate contributions to political campaigns?

That said, the one industry that is suffering from our deteriorating health is public education. Despite 2-3 times more real spending per student over 35-40 years, U.S. schools show little improvement. Hard to improve when so many kids are poor, sick or have disabilities or are absent.
Moreover, revenue from taxpayers just isn’t keeping up with the number of children with disabilities. So, what are educational bureaucrats doing about it? Answer: In many if not most cases, they cut back on the services and high-quality special ed personnel that are required for children with disabilities to become functional adults and citizens. Yet once these kids become adults and in many cases unemployable because they learned little in school, they either become financial burdens to their parents or wards of the state at a lifetime cost of $2-$3 million each. This is scary! This scenario is already bankrupting many parents. It could bankrupt states as well, and they know it. Their answer: continue to “kick the can down the road” and not take responsibility until it pits special ed parents (the 15%) against parents of kids without disabilities (the 85%).

Increasingly, the special ed law passed in 1974 is not working as intended. Legal firms representing school districts in disputes with special ed parents are making serious money, but too many kids are suffering from neglect or a really bad education. Part of the problem is that schools have a real conflict of interest. They provide all three functions for special ed: (1) diagnosis, (2) prescription (IEP), and (3) filling the prescription (therapy/education). Here’s my suggestion for breaking them apart so that the schools only provide #3 with an external agency providing the funding:

Kathy Sincere

I found this gem while perusing the Colorado school district websites for vaccine exemption violations. This is from the Denver Public School District/Student Health Services page:

Why We Need School Nurses

Approximately 26% of school-aged children have chronic health conditions. Health-related problems can play a major role in limiting student academic success. To learn, students must in school, safe and ready to learn. School nurses provide support by providing health services so students can attend school, supporting the removal of barriers so students have access to educational opportunities, and provide specialized services for students with special health and social-emotional needs.

DPS School Nurses provide a broad array of services, addressing:

Urgent physical/emotional health
Chronic physical/emotional health
Students with special needs
Medical case management
School staff trainings
Health screenings
Communicable disease management
Health needs management for field trips, before- and after-school care and extended school year programs

So, 26% of school -aged children have chronic health conditions.....what a surprise, but hasn't it always been that way? I would assume that a large number of these kids are neurologically impaired, suffering the physical and emotional disabilities that go hand-in-hand with brain/gut (our second brain) disorders.

Laura Hayes

Seems we may have reached the point of no return. Not sure how humanity can ever recover, short of Divine intervention. Dire and dismal situation.

Here is a warning that cannot be repeated often enough:

Once you allow vaccines in, you can’t get them back out, or deactivate them. Rather, you have just permitted a cataclysmic series of events to begin which will now manifest over the course of a lifetime, and into the next generations, should some remnant of fertility remain, and should life not be prematurely ended by said vaccines before child bearing age.

The solution to ending the Vaccine Holocaust is simple:

No more vaccines. These health destroyers must be eliminated immediately. Period.

Health does not come through toxin-containing, disease-transmitting, immune-system-destroying, invasive needles. Our collective common sense has flown the coop.


In addition to refusing vaccines, parents can protect their kids by not having wireless at home, by restricting the use of screens, and by forming coalitions to force schools to go back to safe, wired connections. Mass and Md are leading in legislation to roll back the use of wireless in classrooms.

Please see the film "Generation Zapped". Well worth the cost of the DVD. The 45 min of outtake interviews is as valuable as the documentary.

Child/adolescent psychiatrist Victoria Dunckley in the "Generation Zapped" extended interviews (this is a short excerpt - she says a lot more along with other experts):

"Digital addition or tech addiction, screen addiction, all of those things have to do with the brain being overstimulated and in this high state of arousal when the person is using electronics. So whether it's video games, social media or internet use, all of those things have shown to be addictive and they all pretty much act the same way. When they do BRAIN SCANS ON ADOLESCENTS THAT ARE ADDICTED TO VIDEO GAMES AND THE INTERNET, THEIR BRAINS HAVE THE SAME KINDS OF DAMAGE THAT ALCOHOL, COCAINE AND HEROIN USERS HAVE AND IT'S SHRINKAGE OF CERTAIN TISSUES, CERTAIN AREAS AND THEN THERE'S ALSO THE WHITE MATTER WHICH IS HOW THE BRAIN CONNECTS TO ITSELF AND TO OTHER PARTS OF THE BODY - THERE'S MISSING AREAS OF WHITE MATTER. But what we've seen in these brain scans of adolescents and adults who are addicted is that there's a very specific part of the brain that we know has to do with developing empathy. If a person is in pain we unconsciously mimic the emotions that they're making. So if they're doubled over in pain, unconsciously we'll double over in pain a little bit and so that's how we learn to associate emotions with physical reactions and what we've seen in brain scans is that the part of the brain that does that, that integrates the physical response of emotion to what the person's feeling, is damaged. I think most adults would agree that young people today have a harder time with reading social cues, with empathy, their eye contact isn't as good, so, what's happening is that the more that they use screens for their social connections and entertainment, then the less comfortable they become with face to face interaction."

Also from the film: Magda Havas, Associate Professor of Environmental and Resource Studies, Trent University, Canada:

"A wifi classroom is like the inside of a microwave oven set at very low power. Children are exposed to that wifi radiation six hours a day every school day, five days a week, and for several months during the year."



More info at,, Physicians For Safe Technology ( and


Oh top of all of that, the teacher's benefits (health insurance) which continues along with Medicare after they retire (and some are able to retire rather young) is bankrupting every state. Society that has 1 out of 5 kids with a mental illness, or autoimmune disease might not be able to keep it all up.
Medicine, Medical, helping the sick, the best part of us, the most compassionate idea that makes us exceptional of all the species on the planet; is sucking the life out of all of us, in many different ways.

Grace Green

How I could have done with a blue badge to park near the shops 25 years ago when I was a single parent with M.E.! And as recently as 30 years ago I took my son to the doctor because he'd been having recurrent headaches for a week. The doc couldn't find anything wrong, so I said, "Could it be stress?" The reply was they don't consider mental illness to be a possibility in children. Don't doctors change their attitude quickly (when it suits them).

Angus Files

Nothing to do with vaccines don`t even think of looking -move on folks nothing to see..Whilst were here ,the UK Blue Badge Scheme is being overhauled first time in 40 years cant think why,nothing to do with vaccines thats for sure as mustard..on holiday burying my head in the sand.

Pharma For Prison


bob moffit

"The media off-handedly tells us that one in every 5 kids has a mental illness. (No explanation given. It’s just the way it is.) Teachers need to worry every time they walk into a classroom. They better be prepared for the worst."

The comment .. "No explanation given. It's just the way it is" .. is a textbook definition of what has become the standard of modern public health and education .. that standard being the determined effort to "normalize abnormality" .. such as .. it is now considered "normal" for 1 in every 5 children to have a mental illness. Nothing to see here .. move on .. we're doing real important work protecting those 5 children by criminalizing anyone serving plastic straws to them.

John Stone

Our children are being blanket bombed.

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