Wednesday, April 25, 2012

America's Most Wanted films piece on 15yo Sierra LaMar of Morgan Hill missing since 3/16

Today the filmcrews taped a piece for AMW featuring this missing girl's abduction.  I reported on this abducted girl the day after it happened.

I believe strongly she was abducted by a pro, working with a group, for satanic purposes, and that she was taken far, far away.  I believe she was murdered (sacrificed) weeks ago, and she may likely never be found.  

I pray I am wrong.

Morgan Hill is about two hours south of SF; about a 30 minutes' drive south of San Jose.

The AMW piece will air soon on the LifeTime Channel.

Sierra LaMar: 49ers join search for missing teen

Today I received my print copy in the mail of Mystery Of Egypt: The First Tunnel by Radu Cinamar, translated and with epilogue by Peter Moon.  I spent a few hours reading it today, and am already to chapter 3.  Good stuff.

Vietnam: More on the Rickettsia outbreak

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Michigan Mutations from Fukushima Fallout?

The “Other” Israel – Built On a Foundation of Lies and Deception.


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4/25/2012 — Severe weather forming — next 2 days be prepared

Russian Troops on American Soil For Anti Terrorism Training

IDF Chief of Staff: 'They are very rational people' - Israeli Lt. Gen. Gantz claims Iran is NOT building a nuclear bomb

Russia admits nuke threat says Chief of General Staff - with video


Just wanted to update everyone quickly on AB2109. It passed the Assembly Health Committee on April 17th with 13 Democrats voting yes, 5 Republicans voting no, and 1 Republican abstaining (Garrick).

It is now in the Assembly Appropriations Committee. No hearing date scheduled yet but we expect it to be next Wedneday, May 2nd. This is GOOD NEWS! If it can be shown that the bill results in a cost of more than $150,000 to the state, it goes into what is called the "suspense" file. That would hang the bill up until at least May 24th. In all reality, the bill could die in appropriations. Sometimes this tactic is a way for legislators to show support for their fellow legislator's bill knowing it will not make it through appropriations. We do not know that this is the case this time, but one can hope. It was a little shocking as I was told repeatedly by different offices that it would not go to appropriations and now that's exactly where it is.

We are still preparing for the possibility of the bill moving out of appropriations and over to the Senate. It will have to get through the Assembly Floor first and many things can happen there as well including amendments and floor arguments which may garner more on record opposition which gives us more hope for a veto should the bill go all the way.

As we prepare fiscal arguments for the appropriations committee, please let me know if any of you out there have insight into the inner workings of MediCal or Healthy Families or if you feel you are well equipped to help formulate and solidify fiscal arguments.

Link to appropriations committee:

We can attend the hearing in appropriations. I likely cannot be there so am really hoping that some of you in the Sacramento area can attend and formally oppose and be sure the fiscal arguments are considered. Please let me know if you can do this.

The only testimony that will be allowed at this hearing is testimony that is of a fiscal nature and I would imagine it will be pretty limited. Most of the work on this has to be done in advance.

I just want to thank everyone again for such an amazing turnout on the 17th. It was great to meet so many of you in person and my only regret is that I did not get to personally talk to everyone there! What an amazing day. Everyone should be proud, I was told that this was a record for attendance to a legislative hearing on this issue in the entire history of the United States. We were all part of an amazing piece of history! And in effect, our opposition had far more impact that we could see that day.

All for now. Please get in touch with me if you are someone who feels they can be of help in showing that this bill will cost the state more than $150,000. In the meantime, if you have not contacted your own Assembly Member, please do so as it will be important should the bill get out of appropriations and go to the floor.

Lastly, is anyone in a school district with a higher exemption rate? We are looking at trying to get some school districts on board who may be impacted by losing students who can't find someone to sign their exemption. This has been an effective strategy in Vermont.

Ok, not so brief, but please get back to me if you can help with any of the above! Thanks so much!

In Health and Liberty,

Dawn Winkler
CA State Co-Director
National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC)
Executive Director
Health Advocacy in the Public Interest (HAPI)

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