The Silver Health Institute Recommends Alkaline Structured Silver be included in the Protection From The Coronavirus.

Dr. Gordon Pedersen In The Lab

The Silver Miracle Book Written By Dr. Gordon Pedersen

Dr. Pedersen, Medical Director of The Silver Health Institute suggest that Alkaline Structured Silver be included to help protect people from the Coronavirus

Because the Coronavirus is a virus and it has been proven that Alkaline Structured Silver will destroy all forms of viruses, it will help protect people from the Coronavirus”

— Dr. Gordon Pedersen

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, USA, February 3, 2020 / — Dr. Gordon Pedersen, Medical Director of The Silver Health Institute suggest that Alkaline Structured Silver be included to help people protect themselves from the Coronavirus, based on the fact that Alkaline Structured Silver destroys bacteria and viruses.

The coronavirus is a classification of virus that includes the SARS virus and the common cold virus. It is a kind of virus that attacks the noses, sinuses, throat, and respiratory tract. The virus causes an infection in these areas of the body and can produce a potentially fatal pneumonia. The virus originated in animals and spread to humans through body secretions. It has now been confirmed by the CDC that the virus can be transferred through body secretions and is most often infecting people through hand contact and the transfer of body secretions that come from coughs, sneezes, tears, urine and feces.

There are many media sites promoting solutions and preventions and Dr. Pedersen is evaluating the value of many of these: It is scientifically proven that Clorox and Alkaline silver can destroy all forms of viruses. The rest of the potential solutions are moderately or not valuable, but will be evaluated now:

Face mask: They provide limited protection from inhaling the airborne virus. Because they do not seal completely they are only about 60% protective of inhaled virus.

Clorox: This is a chemical toxin that can destroy the virus and most forms of viruses. It is toxic to the skin, lungs and digestive tract so it should not be used as a disinfectant on or in the body.

Alkaline Structured Silver destroys bacteria, viruses and yeast, all at the same time. There are no man made drugs that can do this. Silver liquid and gel are powerful for protection from viruses but the silver must stay in contact with the virus for about 5 minutes to destroy it. For this reason Alkaline Structured silver gel can be used on the hands for about 5 hours of protection. The silver liquid can be swallowed for internal protection and a Structured alkaline silver lozenge can be sucked on for 25 minutes providing important defense against the airborne and hand viruses.

This coronavirus can be destroyed by heat of 75 degrees or more. So if you want to disinfect your house you could turn up the heat to 75 degrees and add a humidifier so your lungs won’t get dry and let the heat cook the virus for 48 hours. This is significant because the virus can stay active for up to 7 weeks in carpet and you, your guests or your pets can bring the virus into your home.

Along with The Silver Health Institute’s recommendation of Structured Alkaline Silver, the CDC offers the following suggestions:

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
Stay home when you are sick.
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.

According to Dr. Pedersen “ Because the Coronavirus is a virus and it has been proven that Alkaline Structured Silver will destroy all forms of viruses, it will help protect people from the Coronavirus, as well as will help people recover more quickly that are suffering from it.”

Dr Pedersen is considered to be one of the leading authorities on medicinal silver. Dr. Pedersen holds four doctor’s degrees. He has a Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine. He has a Ph.D. from the Toxicology program at Utah State University, where he also has Ph.D. degrees in Immunology and Biology. He is Board Certified in Anti-Aging Medicine and also holds a Master’s degree in Cardiac Rehabilitation and Wellness. He performed an internship with Jonas Salk, the American medical researcher noted for the discovery and development of the polio vaccine. He has formulated over 1500 products, was a Bronze medalist in the 2003 Utah Winter Games, and is a Best Selling Author. Dr. Gordon Pedersen has been published in numerous international peer reviewed scientific journals including the Indian Practitioner where he conducted a study that destroyed the Malaria parasite using silver. He is also a regular keynote speaker at American Naturopathic conventions

The Silver Health Institute has determined all silvers are beneficial, however a study comparing silver technologies occurred in the lab at Brigham Young University in May of 2014. This study compared five silvers of vastly different concentrations and their ability to kill MRSA, a drug-resistant form of Staphylococcus. Two silvers were a 10 ppm concentration, two were 30 ppm, and one was 200 ppm. This ‘apples vs oranges’ study showed that only one of the lower-concentration silvers kept pace with silver that was about 20 times more concentrated.

Importantly, results from this study were estimated. Quoting from the article: “Counts were so high, that the number of CFU had to be estimated on the 1:10,000 dilution of the reaction mixture. Thus, the log reduction and percent kill values are also estimates.”

That stated, here are the test results (kill rate of MRSA after 2 minutes):
1. “Solution C” (200 ppm) – 99.999955%
2. “Solution A” (30 ppm) – 99.82%
3. “Solution D” (10-30 ppm) – 58.3%
4. “Solution B” (10-30 ppm) – 47.1%
5. “Solution E” (10-30 ppm) – 39.7%

Thus, two solutions (C and A) killed nearly all of the bacteria within two minutes while three solutions (D, B and E) killed approximately half of the bacteria. The identity of the lower-concentration solutions are as follows:
Solution A: The structured alkaline silver technology developed in 2011 by Dr Pedersen.

Solutions D, B, and E: Leading colloidal silver and silver aquasol brands
This is why structured silver is far better than just a single, ionic silver, colloidal or even the hydrosols of the past. “This is new and improved silver.“

For more information about Alkaline Structured Silver, Dr. Gordon Pedersen and his work go to : .

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Iran regime to view Borrell’s trip as a green light to continue crimes against humanity

Iran regime to view Borrell’s trip as green light to continue crimes against humanity

Josep Borrell, the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy - Iran Visit

Iran regime to view Josep Borrell’s trip as green light to continue crimes against humanity

EU High Representative should condemn four decades of crimes by the regime and question its November killings, the massacre of political prisoners

The policies and behavior of belligerent clerical dictatorship blatantly contradict the European Union’s values such as peace and human rights”


PARIS, FRANCE, February 2, 2020 / — Josep Borrell, the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, will travel to Tehran on Monday, in a trip that will add insult to injury for the Iranian people, particularly after a violent and bloody suppression of the nationwide uprising in November, and the crackdown on student and popular protests in January. The Iranian regime will construe Mr. Borrell’s trip as a green light to continue and intensify its crimes against the Iranian people and to engage in wholesale killing of protesters and political prisoners.

The criminal rulers in Iran will also exploit the trip to justify their policy of exporting terrorism and warmongering as well as its criminal regional interventions at a time when many Iraqis are being slaughtered in that country by the Iranian regime’s mercenary forces on a daily basis.

The policies and behavior of belligerent clerical dictatorship blatantly contradict the European Union’s values such as peace and human rights. Shaking hands with the rulers in Tehran, who must face justice for 40 years of crimes against humanity, war crimes, and genocidal killings, is illegitimate and cannot be justified even by economic interests. Investing in a regime, whose overthrow is sought by the overwhelming majority of the Iranian people, is doomed to fail and will only arouse the abhorrence of the people of Iran.

To prevent the Iranian regime’s further abuse of this trip, Mr. Borrell should, in advance of the visit, condemn crimes against humanity in Iran, particularly the killings in November, and question the regime’s leaders for their countless atrocities, including the following:

•Its murder of 1,500 protesters and detention of 12,000 other innocent and defenseless people in the nationwide November uprising in Iran;
•Concealing the number and identities of those killed, wounded, and arrested;
•Its cover-up of the 1988 massacre of political prisoners and to identify those executed and their graves;
•The real reasons behind shooting down the Ukrainian passenger airliner and the regime’s refusal to handover the airplane’s black boxes in a bid to prevent impartial investigations; and
•The regime’s terrorism directed against its opponents in recent years, namely in France, Albania, Denmark, and the Netherlands, and to call on it to reveal those commanding and directing the attacks.

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February 2, 2020

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Pastor Eric Readon considers running for mayor

We will Rise Above All That Seeks To Destroy What God Has Blessed


Pastor Eric Readon Seeking to service the community

“I think that he would do good for the community,” said Charles Readon.”

— Charles Readon.

MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA, USA, February 2, 2020 / — Pastor Readon considers running for mayor for the outcome not the income.

Seeking to service the community with drawing a salary

Miami Gardens, FL —

When Reverend Dr. W. Edward Mitchell, Jr. of Zion Hope Missionary Baptist Church of Miami Inc. heard the good news he gave a shout of praise.

The good news was that his friend and colleague, Pastor Eric Readon, was considering running for Mayor.

“I like it. That’s great,” said Mitchell. “That is going to pull all the churches together. All the preachers are going to line up with him. He has a strong pillar to mount his campaign on. ”

Readon, who pastors the New Missionary Baptist Church, has been busy this past year. He has had to save his church from bankruptcy, expand his congregation and combat false reports which attacked his character and reputation.

In each of these endeavors, Readon has been successful.

“I’m not scared of a challenge,” said Readon. “I am floating the idea of running for Mayor of Miami Gardens.”

The local pastor has been fighting back against a campaign of false reports designed to attack him for standing up for the community.

But slowly, he is redeeming his good name with a series of personal ads to tell his side of the story which news agencies have neglected.

If Readon runs, he plans to fund his own campaign to the tune of
$500,000 through a small group of wealthy supporters.

If elected, Readon will forgo his salary and give it to families in need in the community. The annual salary for Miami Gardens mayor is $45,479.

“I would go door-to-door doing my best to help the people who need it,” said Readon. “That would include helping people during the holidays or paying their utility bills.”

Readon says he will reach out in a grassroots campaign to the voices of those rarely heard in the community. The young, poor and disaffected residents.

Miami Gardens incumbent mayor Oliver Gilbert is term limited and hence cannot seek re-election to the seat. Earlier this year, Gilbert announced his intentions to replace Barbara Jordan as the District 1 commissioner for Miami Dade County. The competition for the seat increased when Sybrina Fulton, the mother of shooting victim, Trayvon Martin, entered the race in May.

Miami Gardens is the largest city in District 1.

State Senator Oscar Braynon II has announced his intention to return to city politics as well.

“I’m ready to come home,” said Braynon in an interview with Braynon won his first election to the Miami Gardens City Council in 2003.

Readon, who has been convicted of a felony in his youth, is taking advantage of the Amendment 4 which allows ex-felons the right to vote.

“Why not run for office too,” says Readon.

Readon said his experiences with the criminal justice system and his reformed life as a pastor will make him more creative in addressing crime in Miami Gardens.

“He is a Biblical scholar,” said Reverend Mitchell. “His comprehension of the scriptures is far greater than many of the PhDs in the region. His father drilled that knowledge into him when he was young.”

“Whether he has a checkered past or not, said Rev. Mitchell. “I have nothing to say bad about him. How many of us don’t have one. We will have to support him.”

Mitchell is not alone in this sentiment. Readon said that in private conversations, Dr. Rev. C.P. Preston, pastor of Peaceful Zion Missionary Baptist Church and state president of Florida’s largest Black convention, said he would certainly support Readon.

Charles Readon, 57, grew up with his brother in Miami Gardens. He has seen his younger brother’s bad times and good.

“My brother is a people’s person,” said Charles Readon, who is now a retired law enforcement officer. “I think he has the charisma to draw the people.”

“I see alot of the people when they get in office they lose touch with the people. But he has a lot of real life experience. He knows the struggles of everyday life and won’t forget where he came from.”

“I think that he would do good for the community,” said Charles Readon.

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The Sixties Turned Upside Down by Elise Frances Miller

Book Cover, The Berkeley Girl In Paris, 1967

The Berkeley Girl In Paris, 1967 by Miller

The Berkeley Girl: Rendezvous in London

The Berkeley Girl: Rendezvous in London

6,251 Americans have been killed in war since 2001. 45,170 American soldiers have been wounded. In the sixties we had anti-war protests. Where is everybody?

… now, with no draft, no one protests, or even debates, our perpetual state of war…”

— Elise Frances Miller

SAN MATEO, CA, USA, February 2, 2020 / — The Sixties Turned Upside Down by Elise Frances Miller

My friends who were late 1960s and early 70s college students like to reminisce about the positive social and political outcomes of our youthful actions. We generally focus on civil rights for varieties of underrepresented groups in America, including women. But what I rarely hear mentioned is one of the most profound results for both individuals and society: the abolition of the military draft.
Today, every member of the various military branches is there because they joined up. Initially inspired to enlist by patriotism after the 9/11/2001 attacks, many continue to do so for that reason today. Others, among them the very people who were fighting for their civil rights in the 1960s and 70s, are lured by the economic and educational opportunities.
In 2002, my neighbor was a single mother named Becky with one son named Michael. Michael had taken a few dollars from us to help us move into our San Mateo apartment in 1998, when he was a good-natured, well-muscled kid of 14. Over coffee, as war raged in Afghanistan, Becky revealed that Michael had signed up for the army with a high school recruiter. Then she set her cup down and began to cry. She was overcome with guilt, because she could offer him no viable alternatives. No money for college or adult independence of any kind.
A related story from an earlier era. Since my father’s service as a naval shipbuilder and his innovative ideas regarding machines and electronics earned him an exemption from the World War II draft, he promised my mother that he would find a way to keep my brother out of the Vietnam War. When he failed, my mother was devastated, as was I, his only sibling.
I remember walking around the Berkeley campus in a daze, crying myself to sleep and dreaming about explosions and blood. I drove my roommates crazy. Not just for a few days, but for the next two years, while my brother was deployed to the Lai Khe South Vietnamese army base.
Even without the draft, I imagine such scenes repeated over and over again across America in the 18 years since the shock of the Twin Towers falling. Did you know that 6,251 American soldiers have been killed in war since 2001? And 45,170 American soldiers have been wounded during those wars. That is a lot of people, men and women, and a lot of families torn apart and suffering.
Then what, I now ask myself, if there had never been a Vietnam War? How has the termination of the draft changed America?
When I wrote my two Berkeley Girl books, I was inclined toward pacifism, vehemently opposed Bush’s Iraq War in 2003, and wanted to write about my generation’s war as a warning.
In recent years, the erratic policy of our president has pulled me away from pacifism, though I still believe war is a senseless way to solve conflicts. But in researching and writing my books, then experiencing our present era, I have been struck by the influence of America and its military on the world.
The May 1968 Paris Revolution and a month later, the women’s strike for fair wages at the Dagenham Ford Motor plant, are accurate historical renditions. In both Paris and London, people were aroused by events in America. In Paris, the inspiration came from the Vietnam War protests, and “The Berkeley Girl” was how Parisians thought of my protagonist Janet Magill, who had come from that world-renowned campus, with its “free speech and protest demonstrations.” In London, people were also tasked by the Berkeley spirit to demand equal pay for women’s equal work.
Without dwelling upon our current presidency with its unstable and weird personal war policies, I can bemoan differences which are currently generating never-ending and unwinnable wars. To name just two: social and mass media that did not exist in the 1960s, generating polarization at home and terrorism worldwide; and unregulated, corporate arms sales. We now have a far more dangerous situation—and just imagine if with all this, we still had the draft!
Over the years, I have gone through various phases of appreciation and upset: relief that no one has to suffer as our family did from the draft. Exasperation that now, with no draft, no one protests, or even debates, our perpetual state of war and gargantuan American military budgets.
Many anti-Vietnam war players, ideas and actions began where I live today, in the San Francisco Bay Area. Subsequently, there are peace movements nationwide, but without the draft, there have been no noticeable anti-war protests since an ineffective spattering in 2003.
Where is any effort, by the elected or by groups of voters, to envision a stable, meaningful military policy? With all the myriad and significant issues we have going on today (climate, women, immigration, bigotry, etc.), which instigate forums, cadres of letter-writers, or literally millions taking to the streets, how do we maximize the blessing of the draft’s termination? With history as our instructor, why not choose to be effective and boisterous advocates for a sensible, meaningful international military policy?

Tory Hartmann
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DOCTOR DOLITTLE & WORLD WAR I by Colleen Adair Fleidner

Photo of Hugh Lofting

Original Book Cover of The Story of Dr. Dolittle

In the Shadow of War by Fliedner

If Hugh Lofting hadn’t been a soldier in World War 1, would he have written those delightful novels about a kind-hearted man he named Doctor Dolittle?

At first, he struggled to put pen to paper, reluctant to send letters home to his wife and children. What could he say? Should he tell them about this, the most terrible thing he had ever experienced?”

— Colleen Adair Fleidner

SAN MATEO, CA, US, February 2, 2020 / — If Hugh Lofting hadn’t been a soldier in World War 1, would he have written those delightful novels about a kind-hearted man he named Doctor Dolittle?
Who was author Hugh Lofting, and how did he come up with his unique story ideas? His early years weren’t particularly extraordinary. In fact, for a boy born in 1886 England, his childhood was seemingly ordinary. On the other hand, his interest in animals and nature emerged at an early age. Collecting leaves and flowers and bugs he’d found when roaming outdoors, young Hugh reportedly smuggled them into his bedroom, creating a tiny zoo and nature center which he hid in his wardrobe closet.
The child of Catholic parents, Hugh Lofting attended the Jesuit boarding school at Mount St. Mary’s in Sheffield, England. His desire for travel and adventure became apparent when he decided to go to college at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States. This was his first trip to America, and although he returned to England to finish his degree, his time in the U.S. had made a lasting impression.
Most surprising is that even though he loved to write, Lofting chose to study civil engineering, a more practical and profitable vocation. After graduation, he worked as a civil engineer in such faraway lands as West Africa and Cuba. But in 1912 he returned to America and settled in New York City with his new bride, Flora Small. That’s when he finally launched his career as a writer, producing articles for various magazines. This was his life’s dream. Two children, Mary and Colin, were born, and everything was going well. That is, until 1914 when a war broke out in Europe.
During the early years of the war, Lofting worked for the British Ministry of Information in New York. But as time passed and reports of tens of thousands of soldiers’ deaths filled the newspapers, Hugh Lofting, who had remained a citizen of Great Britain, made the life-changing decision to serve in what was called “The Great War.”
It was 1917. Lofting was 31, older than many of the soldiers who had been called to serve in the war. Returning to England, Lofting signed up to join the Irish Guards, a distinguished group of Irish soldiers who fought alongside the English regiments despite the two countries’ past differences.
Despite the graphic newspaper accounts of the horrors of the war, few people were prepared for the reality of it: Living in the ghastly trenches that zigzagged along the Western Front in France with hundreds of corpses littering the region known as “No Man’s Land,” the now-barren fields between the German and Allied troops. Dead and dying animals – horses and mules for the most part – added to the repugnant scene that stretched for miles. Living with the ongoing anxiety that another gas attack or that a bomb might land in the trench at any moment created what we now call “PTSD.”
For Hugh Lofting, the war was unbearable. He fought alongside his compatriots, but at night when he was supposed to rest, he wrote. At first, he struggled to put pen to paper, reluctant to send letters home to his wife and children. What could he say? Should he tell them about this, the most terrible thing he had ever experienced? The only thing that would accomplish was to bring his loved one’s fear and worry.
Worst of all, there was no end in sight. He watched his friends die. Limbs were blown off. Germans with flame throwers burned men alive right before his eyes. And the animals…the poor innocent creatures had no choice in this abominable conflict created by human greed. Little could be done for the dogs, horses or mules who had to obey their masters. Each time he saw one of the animals lying in the field dying, he wanted to help. But what could he do? Climbing out of the trenches to attempt to care for them likely meant being shot by a German.
Hugh Lofting had to find a way to mentally block out what was his reality. He was a dreamer; an artist at heart who had no stomach for these killing fields. Instead of letting the disturbing images of the war fill his mind, he dreamed up a kindly veterinarian, Doctor Dolittle, a rotund little man who loved nature and all its creatures. Dolittle was so in tune with his animal patients, he could communicate with them in their own language. Even sea snails warranted the good doctor’s attention.
Lofting created an imaginary world that was filled with adventures and fun, with warmth and humor to entertain his children. His stories were told in letters complete with pen-and-ink drawings, many of which later showed up in the Doctor Dolittle books would be published in the 1920s. Thankfully, he survived a serious injury when he was struck by a piece of shrapnel from a hand grenade. He was sent back to England to convalesce and eventually returned to his family in New York.
Flora Lofting had found Hugh’s letters so beautiful and Doctor Dolittle so endearing, she kept them until his return, begging her husband to expand the stories and write them as books. Moving his family to a farm in Connecticut away from the hustle bustle of New York City in 1919, Hugh Lofting wrote his first book, “The Story of Doctor Dolittle: Being the History of His Peculiar Life at Home and Astonishing Adventures in Foreign Parts. Never Before Published.”
It was an instant hit and, although Lofting said he didn’t necessarily write the book for children, it was classified as a children’s classic. He wrote another and then another each year between 1922 and 1928, winning honors and prizes in the process.
Sadly, his wife and greatest fan, Flora, died in 1927. He married Katherine Peters in 1928, but she, too, passed away before they celebrated their first anniversary. Not surprising is that Lofting suffered through the next years in a deep depression. Not until five years had passed did Lofting release another Dolittle book, “Doctor Dolittle’s Return.”
He married Josephine Fricker in 1935 and the next year, after his son, Christopher, was born, he moved his family to sunny California, to a beautiful home in Topanga Canyon. He finally wrote another book, “Doctor Dolittle and the Secret Lake,” a 12-year-long labor of love for his toddler son, Christopher.
When World War 2 broke out, the man who had become a pacifist after experiencing the Great War, the man who always had loved and honored animals, sat down and wrote a gut-wrenching poem sharing his feelings about the futility and horrors of war, entitled “Victory for the Slain,” published in Britain in 1942. After a lengthy illness, Hugh Lofting died at a hospital in Santa Monica, California in 1947 at the age of 61.

“What is war?” I asked.
“Oh, it’s a messy, stupid business,” he said. “Two sides wave flags and beat drums and shoot one another dead. It always begins this way, making speeches, talking about rights, and all that sort of thing.”
“But what is it for? What do they get out of it?”
“I don’t know,” he said. “To tell you the truth, I don’t think they know themselves.”
from Doctor Dolittle and the Green Canary by Hugh Lofting

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