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Fashionable people today avoid the sun like poison and dab themselves with sunscreen lotions, an invitation for skin cancer, and cover themselves with clothes while in the sun. The sun was considered a God in the West and they used to sunbathe regularly. 
“Many ancient peoples were sunbathers. The Egyptians, Babylonians, and Assyrians had sun gardens and gave the sun the status of a god. Hippocrates, the Greek physician known as the ‘father of medicine’, recommended sunbathing and had his own large solarium, an enclosed area for sunning. This was also true of the ancient Romans, whose thermae (hot tubs and baths) were equipped with solaria. The Roman writer Pliny wrote that: the sun is the best remedy,” writes Mark Adams.
 
In 1903, Niels Finsen got the Nobel for showing how sunlight cured skin tuberculosis (lupus vulgaris). Before that, Madame Duhamel, in France, used to expose children with tuberculosis to sunlight for prolonged periods and showed how they recovered. Later, Dr Rollier, who was disgusted with his practice, went up the Alps to practise, but found people there needed no doctor as they were all healthy. People told him that there is the sun here: doctors are not needed. He got his fiancée, who was suffering from TB, completely cured with sunlight.
 
Sunlight helps stimulate our pineal glands when it enters the eye through the pupil. Dark glasses might interfere with this, especially for people who wear them even inside. Sun is the best source of vital Vitamin D which helps cure many ills.
 

CDC’s Racket 

The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, popularly known as just CDC (in the United States) is not a government organisation for the safety of the public, but a for-profit private organisation that owes its allegiance to its stakeholders—the drug giants! Even I was not aware of this until now! “The first and most obvious clue that the CDC isn’t what it appears on the surface is the fact that this supposed government agency is listed in the official Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) directory as a for-profit corporation,” writes Ethan A Huff of Natural News.
 
An investigation by British Medical Journal (BMJ) and The Bureau of Investigative Journalism (BIJ) found that three key ‘scientists’ who helped develop the official swine flu policy for the World Health Organization (WHO), recommending that practically everyone be vaccinated, received cash payments from both pharmaceutical giants that manufacture swine flu vaccines reported by The Guardian in 2010. They paid off policy-makers in multiple countries, including in the US (at the CDC), to write the WHO’s guidelines for swine flu that pushed dangerous swine flu vaccines on millions of people globally. 
 
“The tentacles of drug company influence are in all levels in the decision-making process,” stated Paul Flynn, a British member of parliament who spoke out against this racket. 
 

Scary Vaccines

It has now been shown that as the incidence of measles and mumps declined, heart-attack and cancer rates went up. It is now shown that regular childhood diseases prevent adult killer diseases. The other news in this area is still more frightening.
 
“The deaths of more than 100 children have been officially linked to receiving a measles vaccine during the past decade, according to the US government’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). Yet, the childhood measles’ mortality count over the same period remains at zero, according to CDC data. In other words, in the last 10 years, an American child would have been highly more likely to die after receiving a measles shot than from contracting the disease itself. Thousands more have suffered from adverse reactions to the measles inoculation and other vaccines.” This is from a story by Alex Newman and Rebecca Terrell in the New American.com
 
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Major reform bills coming in last 3 days of session: Jaitley
The government intends to bring important legislation on structural reforms in the remaining three day left of parliament's winter Session, notwithstanding the setback on the GST Bill, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Saturday.
 
"The next three days are crucial with very important pieces of legislation coming up before parliament," Jaitley said here addressing the annual general meeting of industry chamber FICCI.
 
"India has almost ceased to be the centre of arbitration and adjudication and we need to bring it back because the arbitration costs abroad are enormous for our companies," he said.
 
"We are bringing in the bill for creating fast-track arbitration in the country, including single-member tribunals," he added.
 
The finance minister said another proposed legislation would be bringing in a new Bankruptcy Law for companies.
 
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US Sikh store-owner fights off armed robber with only slipper

In a feat caught on surveillance cameras, the 59-year-old Amrik Singh fought off a shotgun-wielding masked robber using only his slipper in the store at his petrol station in Staatsburg, about 150 km from New York City

 

 A slipper can be mightier than a gun in the hands of a valiant Sikh store-owner!
 
In a feat caught on surveillance cameras, the 59-year-old Amrik Singh fought off a shotgun-wielding masked robber using only his slipper in the store at his petrol station in Staatsburg, about 150 km from New York City. (The video can be seen at: https://youtu.be/YbYtHWCi8BQ )
 
"I'm not really a hero," Amrik told IANS Friday about Tuesday's slipper-shotgun face-off. "And I would not want to be a hero. I am just a working man."
 
Singh, who immigrated to the US from Doburji in Punjab's Moga district 35 years ago and has owned the Citgo petrol station and store for 19 years, said he did not have a strategy or a conscious plan to confront the gunman. 
 
But "God told my body to grab the man as he reached for the tray in the cash register", he said.
 
"When the gunman jumped back, I threw the slipper and hit him on the nose," Singh said. "I ran and caught him and we were like wrestling."
 
Laughing, the turban-wearing Singh said: "He did not expect an old man to fight him. He ran outside and I chased him. He fired a shot at my feet, but it missed and hit the ground and he drove away."
 
Asked by IANS about Singh's feat, his wife, Baljinder said: "It is shocking and crazy. He had a guardian angel protecting him."
 
When the would-be robber entered the store with the gun, Singh said he was momentarily taken aback. "After that my mind was clear and I was not nervous at all."
 
He said he first tried to reason with the man and offered to give him money. "But he demanded $100 dollar bills. I told him I did not have any. He tried remove the coin tray and search under it."
 
That's when the confrontation caught on the surveillance video that made prime time TV newscasts across the United States Thursday night started.
 
Singh does not plan to take chances if there is another robbery attempt. "I am a US citizen and I am going to apply for a gun licence."
 
Police don't recommend such acts of bravado. State Trooper Melissa McMorris was quoted by the Daily Freeman as saying "Thank God, the store owner wasn't hurt in the confrontation." 
 
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