Gardasil Commercial

GARDASIL TV Commercial

Cervical Cancer – Protect Yourself

Gardasil Victims Memorial — Don’t become One More Girl!

Gardasil – The Damage is Done: From A Best Friend’s View

Young Girl Disabled After Taking Gardasil Shot

Gardasil Vaccine, Injection of Death!: Dr. sherri Tenpenny Reports 1/2

Gardasil Vaccine, Injection of Death!: Dr. sherri Tenpenny Reports 2/2

Gardasil HPV Vaccine Hoax Exposed

 Gardasil: advertising and eugenics (Part 1 of 2)

Gardasil: advertising and eugenics (Part 2 of 2)













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Le VPH est causé par un virus, qui ne peut pas être guéri par des antibiotiques.

Découvrez quels sont les traitements disponibles pour les différents types de VPH.

Le VPH peut causer des verrues génitales et anales et même causer le cancer du col utérin. (LA QUESTIONS QUE JE POSE C’EST : EST CE QUE C’EST VRAI QUE LE VIRUS VPH CAUSE LE CANCER DU COL UTERIN?….EST CE QU’IL  Y A  DU RECHERCHE QUI LE PROVE???)

Découvrez quels sont les risques.

Health complications and risks of HPV

Genital and anal warts

Many people have warts on their hands, arms, legs and bottom of the feet. Some low risk types of HPV cause genital and anal warts (types 6 and 11). In women, genital warts can appear on the vulva, urethra, cervix, vagina, anus or thighs. In men, warts can appear on the penis, scrotum, anus or thighs.

Genital and anal warts appear as unsightly cauliflower-like growths. They are usually painless but can cause itching or a burning sensation and occasionally, minor bleeding following a bowel movement.

Genital and anal warts are very contagious and are spread during oral, vaginal or anal sex with an infected partner. Most people (66%) who have sexual contact with a partner infected by genital warts will develop warts themselves usually within three months of contact. These warts may last for years and eventually go away. Sometimes they come back.

For women who are pregnant, genital warts can cause problems as sometimes they get larger, making it difficult to urinate; sometimes they make the vagina less elastic and cause obstruction during delivery. In rare cases, infants born to women with genital warts develop warts in their throats and their genitals – a potentially life-threatening condition for a baby.

People who contract genital and anal warts are usually self-conscious and may become embarrassed of having intimate relations. They can also cause depression and sexual dysfunction. Some long-term relationships can be disrupted as people become afraid of rejection from their sexual partner.

HPV is not related to HIV (the human immunodeficiency virus, which can cause AIDS). However, people with HIV have weakened immune systems and are therefore likely to be infected with various germs, including one or more types of HPV.

View photos of genital warts (warning: graphic content)


High risk types of the HPV virus cause most cervical cancers and 70% of these cancers are caused by HPV types 16 and 18. These types may also be linked to anal and penile cancers.

In women, high risk types of the HPV virus can infect cells on the vagina and cervix where they can’t be seen. These lesions are considered to be pre-cancerous and can be detected by a Pap test.

It sounded like another Bog Pharma scam but it may be far worse. Turns out that studies actually show that not only does HPV NOT cause cervical cancer, the Gardasil itself does.

This revelation should be quite shocking to anyone who has been following the debate over Gardasil and mandatory vaccinations of teenage girls. First, it reveals that Gardasil appears to increase disease by 44.6 percent in certain people — namely, those who were already carriers of the same HPV strains used in the vaccine.

In other words, it appears that if the vaccine is given to a young woman who already carries HPV in a “harmless” state, it may “activate” the infection and directly cause precancerous lesions to appear. The vaccine, in other words, may accelerate the development of precancerous lesions in women.

This was sent to me via email from a friend and comes from a websight called NaturalNews. Below is the entire text, with links. Read it and make up your own mind. It’s long but if you have or know a teenage girl or her family, it’s crucial information worth taking the time to read.



MUSICAL INTERLUDE……………………………….;)


Ms. Portia Simpson – Miller !!!


Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit (Reggae Version)

Portia Lucretia Simpson-Miller, ON, MP (born 12 December 1945 in Wood Hall, St. Catherine Parish) is Jamaica’s Leader of the Opposition and was the country’s seventh Prime Minister from 30 March 2006 to 11 September 2007. She was Jamaica‘s first female Prime Minister. Mrs Simpson-Miller is also a member of the Council of Women World Leaders, an International network of current and former women presidents and prime ministers whose mission is to mobilize the highest-level women leaders globally for collective action on issues of critical importance to women and equitable development. 




Back From Vacation!!!

I am so sorry that I stopped Blogging …I actually developed an eye condition called Uveitis also known as Iritis —my Iris was inflamed and I had blurred vision for months.  I had to rest my eyes and take all kinds of eye drops and make sure that I did not use the computer.



I will now Blog more often but not as often as I used to….if that makes any sense?


I hope that you understand and I will also be Blogging a bit more about myself and my experiences…


Getting Uveitis was a real scare to me since my Grandfather was blind and it could lead to blindness if left unchecked.


Thanks to my Mom who found an article on eye conditions and then encouraged me to read it…I then Googled and Voila!!! I diagnosed myself at the Eye Clinic at the Royal Victoria Hospital, here in Montreal.

Today is the last day of eye drops !!! Hopefully, the uveitis will not reoccur and I will need to wear my sunglasses more often and take my Lutein and Vitamin A for good measure:)

Unfortunately, the Uvietis was a symptom of a more serious problem that I now face — Sarcoidosis — I am doing well but I have to watch my health very closely.

I am not on steroids for my condition, however—Thank God!!!


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New Theme Change!

I loved the old Theme for my blog , however; it seemed like the right time for a new Theme change.

This one reminds me of nature and the newness of Spring and Summer.

I hope that all of my followers have a blessed day tomorrow (Thursday) and I will be back with a new blog post by Saturday Montreal time…

Still got to get the apartment just-right!!! I’m getting there!  LOLOLOL

Have a great night!~ Vaq

Voting is a right … and a privilege.

….speak with those who fought their whole life for the privilege.  ~ Vaq
Here’s an early voting story from a medical student in Evansville, Ind.:
I squeaked in just before the 7pm deadline to find two very frustrated poll workers and a line of a couple dozen people, due to problems with the computerized voting system not accepting people’s driver’s licenses. It was taking about 7-10 minutes per person just to get the computer to accept them as valid and to print out their ballot, causing very long delays.For me the most moving moment came when the family in front of me, comprising probably 4 generations of voters (including an 18 year old girl voting for her first time and a 90-something hunched-over grandmother), got their turn to vote. When the old woman left the voting booth she made it about halfway to the door before collapsing in a nearby chair, where she began weeping uncontrollably. When we rushed over to help we realized that she wasn’t in trouble at all but she had not truly believed, until she left the booth, that she would ever live long enough to cast a vote for an African-American for president.Anyone who doesn’t think that African-American turnout will absolutely SHATTER every existing record is in for a very rude surprise.There were about 20 people in front of me but remarkably not a single person left the room without voting over the TWO (2) HOURS it took to get through the line.×7565366


A little bit of Canadian History ….


Nurses who were serving in World War I were exclusively given the right to vote in the federal election.

As early as 1917, women who were British subjects were allowed to vote in the federal election on behalf of their husbands or close relations (not themselves) who were off at war.

By 1918, white women could vote in a federal election and by 1920 they could hold public office. (For more info on that see article, When Women Were Not Considered to be Persons).

Most women of colour: Black, Chinese etc did not get the right to vote until the 1940s.

Under the Indian Act, Native women could not vote in band councils until 1951; and they could not vote in a federal election before 1960.

May 25: Are there any Canadian citizens who are not entitled to vote in a federal election?
Only two Canadian citizens aged 18 and over do not have the legal right to vote in the June 28 election. They are the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada and the Assistant Chief Electoral Officer of Canada, both of whom must preserve strict impartiality.EVERYONE ELSE….YOU HAVE NO EXCUSE!!!

~ Vaq

Groups of Canadians have been given the right to vote gradually over the years. Starting back in the early 1800s, you had to be over 21 and own land in certain quantities in order to have a voice in responsible government in the British colonies that would go on to become modern Canada. That status that was mostly reserved for middle- and upper-class men, although widows and daughters who inherited property were also allowed to vote. Women gradually lost that right throughout the colonies, and in the years after Confederation only property-owning males over 21 could vote as colonial systems were gradually harmonized.

Still, members of some religious denominations, Canadians of Asian descent and most aboriginal Canadians were specifically excluded from voting even if they met the other standards.

As Robert Borden’s government tried to retain support during the First World War, military women, aboriginal soldiers, enlisted men under 21 and male and female relatives of soldiers won the franchise, even if they owned no property. At the same time, the government took away the right to vote from religious groups opposing the First World War and recently arrived citizens from non-English-speaking countries. All women aged 21 and up won the vote the year the war ended, in 1918.

The office of the Chief Electoral Officer for Canada was established in 1920, leading to the recognition of several new classes of voters throughout the land. That meant that about 50 per cent of the population was allowed to cast a ballot in the general election held a year later.

In 1948, Canadians of Asian origin were finally allowed to vote, Inuit people followed suit in 1953, and registered Indians living on reserves earned the franchise in 1960.

Canada Elections Act revisions in 1970 lowered the age for voting and running for office from 21 to 18. Federally-appointed judges were allowed to vote for the first time in 1988, with mentally disabled people and prisoners serving less than two years in jail not far behind.

Finally, a Supreme Court of Canada ruling in 2002 gave the vote to inmates serving sentences of two or more years. That leaves only the two top officials at Elections Canada without the right to vote in the 2004 election.

Remember — White, mostly British women were allowed the right to vote in 1917….all other women (Canadian women of different nationalities) were not allowed that same right to vote until much later…

I heard on the CBC Radio One this morning that an elderly woman in her 80s, was refused by the Enumerator – to vote- he/she decided that the elderly woman was not mentally stable enough to vote (maybe he/she felt she was senile).

From what I understand, the Enumerator does not have the right to evaluate the psychological health of voters…her daughter is filing a complaint.  You go girl!!!

“Federally-appointed judges were allowed to vote for the first time in 1988, with mentally disabled people and prisoners serving less than two years in jail not far behind.”

Everyone should be allow to vote at this point, except for prisoners (This is not my opion, I’m just thinking out loud) –I am not sure who is left out in the year 2011???

Musical Interlude!!!….

I Am Woman by Helen Reddy LIVE 1975 Midnight Special


Lesley Gore– “You Don’t Own Me” Live

(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)

Quiet Riot – Cum On Feel The Noize

Twisted Sister – Come On Feel The Noise!!!

The Slits I Heard It Through The Grapevine

Typical Girls – The Slits


The Waitresses – I Know What Boys Like


The Runaways – Cherry Bomb

Joan Jett’s first band as a teenager … ~Vaq



joan jett – crimson and clover 1983.avi





A minor change to your diet…can do a WORLD of good:)


Farm Sanctuary is thrilled to launch a new video and educational micrositeexploring how the choices we make about food affect our environment!

The four and a half minute video narrated by actor Jason Schwartzman offers insight into factory farming’s detrimental impact on our planet – brought to you by experts from leading environmental protection organizations like the Sierra Club, Food and Water Watch, Worldwatch Institute, and Brighter Green. The video is shot “point of view” so that the viewer in a sense becomes the main character. Every day we are bombarded with information on what is good for us, so in this video viewers follow along the journey of a person’s day and realize that we can all take small steps for positive change.
The microsite contains useful statistics and information about how factory farming pollutes our air and water, contributes to global warming, produces excess waste, destroys land, wastes water and is a resource-intensive, inefficient means of feeding the world’s population. What better time than now to reflect upon how what we eat affects the world around us, and invite others to do the same? The microsite also offers several delicious, earth-friendly recipes and tips for how to eat meat free!
Jason lent his voice to this project to help our environment, and you can lend yours too by sharing this video with your friends and family, via social media or by signing one of the pledges to go meat free! 
Help us make Earth Day every day by spreading the word!


Doesn’t it make things better???….yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!

 Duran Duran – Hungry Like The Wolf


Modern English – I Melt With You


R.E.M. – It’s The End Of The World

Have a great day!



tough-on-crime or just for show?

Steve Sullivan, former ombudsman for victims of crime, at his home in Ottawa. “My sense is they created the office because it made a good press release,” said Sullivan.

Steve Sullivan, former ombudsman for victims of crime, at his home in Ottawa. “My sense is they created the office because it made a good press release,” said Sullivan.  ~ CHRISTOPHER PIKE/FOR THE TORONTO STAR

“My sense is they created the office because it made a good press release,” said Steve Sullivan, whose federal appointment to a three-year term as ombudsman ended last April. He was replaced in August by Sue O’Sullivan, a former deputy police chief in Ottawa.

“They use the word victim a lot but it’s done to support or justify the get-tough-on-crime agenda, which really doesn’t do a whole lot for most victims of crime,” said Sullivan, who is now executive director of Ottawa Victim Services, a community-based agency that works primarily with women who have been abused by their partners.

Sullivan told the Star he filed the outstanding annual reports before his term ended and that Nicholson has been sitting on them.

“They were both done,” Sullivan said of the reports. “The minister chose to not introduce them in the House. I don’t know why.”–exclusive-federal-agency-for-victims-called-a-tory-pr-stunt?sms_ss=twitter&at_xt=4db6e53cc3e0c803,0

Do the Tory’s want  to reduce crime in Canada and do they want to punish criminals…or do they want to rehabilitate criminals and satisfy and facilitate the healing process for the victims of crime? ~Vaq

Meet the New Ombudsman

Biography of Sue O’Sullivan, Federal Ombudsman for Victims of Crime

Sue O'Sullivan

Sue O’Sullivan, a 30-year law-enforcement veteran and former Deputy Chief of Police for the Ottawa Police Service, began her term as Canada’s Federal Ombudsman for Victims of Crime August 16, 2010.

Throughout her law-enforcement career, Ms. O’Sullivan has served in Patrol, Criminal Investigative Services and Operations Support. Ms. O’Sullivan has been a member of the Leadership in Counter Terrorism Alumni Association, a group of senior professional executives who work together to influence local, national and international counter terrorism strategy, and has acted as an advisor to the Auditor General of Canada on National Security in Canada — The 2001 Anti-Terrorism Initiative Audit.

Throughout her career, Ms. O’Sullivan has continually advocated to increase the efficiency of services to victims. Prior to her appointment, Ms. O’Sullivan worked with stakeholders from the victim services community and all three levels of government to develop a co-ordinated victim assistance program.

Ms. O’Sullivan has been recognized for her leadership both within the service and in the community. Her honours include the Governor General’s Officer of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces Award, the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal, the Governor General’s Exemplary Service Medal and the House of Commons Leadership Award (Ottawa-Center), the YM-YWCA Women of Distinction Award, the St. Joe’s Women’s Centre Quality of Life Award, and the Circle of Canadians Community Service Award.

Ms. O’Sullivan holds a B.A. in Law and Sociology with a subtitle in Criminology and Corrections from Carleton University and is a graduate of the Police Leadership Program (Ontario Association of Chiefs of  Police and the University of Toronto).

Maybe she’ll feel differently about the position? ~Vaq


Magdalena Ivasecko, left, and Sierra Chevy Harris are seen at the start of Slutwalk, a protest on April 3 against a Toronto Police officer's comments that womens shouldn't dress like sluts if they want to avoid being sexually assaulted.

Magdalena Ivasecko, left, and Sierra Chevy Harris are seen at the start of Slutwalk, a protest on April 3 against a Toronto Police officer’s comments that womens shouldn’t dress like sluts if they want to avoid being sexually assaulted. ~ RICHARD LAUTENS/TORONTO STAR

Toronto’s own SlutWalk has sparked marches across the U.S. and the U.K.

The event was held downtown this month in response to a city police officer’s statement that “women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized.”

As news of his comments spreads far beyond the GTA on blogs and Facebook, more events are popping up in support.

Jaime Clark is planning to attend SlutWalk Philadelphia on June 18 to support women’s rights in her hometown. The 30-year-old plans to drive from her home in New Jersey just for the event.

“Times have changed. Back in the day, women had to dress a certain way — they had necklines up to their chins,” Clark told the Star.

“You have the right to ‘bare arms’ and legs.

“If a man walks around with his pants down past his rear, does that mean he wants to be sodomized? It doesn’t cry rape or sexual assault.”

Clark is still deciding on what to wear, but plans to keep the event’s name in mind.

“Most likely I’m going to dress as a ‘slut.’ It’s a SlutWalk.”

Along with the event’s Facebook page, Clark began another page just to invite her own friends. After 20 minutes, she had 10 people signed up for the road trip to Philadelphia.

More than 300 people plan to attend the event, according to the official page.

Many other SlutWalk groups have formed in the U.S., including in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Seattle and Detroit.

There are also other Canadian groups in Vancouver, Calgary, Hamilton, London and Ottawa.

SlutWalk U.K. has also planned a march in London, England, on June 4. More than 460 people are planning to attend.

Supporters on the website have also started calling for similar marches in other parts of England and Scotland.

No matter where the events are held, Clark hopes both men and women get involved, and that more people learn that no woman asks to be raped because of what she is wearing.–slutwalk-marches-expand-to-the-u-s-and-england


Let’s go girls!!!!! ~ Vaq


Destiny’s Child – Independent Women Part I


Beyoncé – Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)

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And the Oscar goes to…

Some of the more memorable quotes from Wednesday’s (April 13th, 2011) Federal Debate:

“You keep using this word ‘bickering.’ This isn’t bickering, Mr. Harper. This is democracy. This is a debate. It’s not some pesky little irrelevance that gets in the way of your power. This is how democracy works.” –Ignatieff

“What would those options be? Obviously not a coup d’etat.” — Duceppe challenges Harper’s interpretation of a 2004 meeting in which he and the other opposition leaders agreed to explore “other options” should Paul Martin’s Liberal minority fall.

“I was at that meeting … and what you wanted to do at the time, Mr. Harper, was to get power. That’s what you wanted. And you said ‘if Mr. Martin doesn’t do what we’re asking him to do, well, we’ll seize power.’ That was the objective.” — Layton.

“You say that Quebec stands up at UNESCO. Well, it’s true — because they don’t have a seat.” — Duceppe to Harper.

“You and your team are like a hockey team made up of defencemen only. The NDP can score goals. That’s the major difference between you and us.” — Layton to Duceppe.


“Let’s show a little bit of respect. … You supported the Harper government, also. I supported the Harper government at certain times. That’s how our Parliament works.” — Ignatieff to Layton.


“Only the Bloc Quebecois could take the position to cancel a new jet plane but insist on a greater percentage of the spinoffs.” — Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

You be the judge….