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Oct 23 11:36

Bayer Stock Crashes After Monsanto Cancer Verdict Upheld By Judge; Analyst Estimates $800 Billion In Future Liability

Bayer greedily bought and swallowed the 'poison pill' of Monsanto without considering it's true liability. Now their headache is taking on epic proportions...

Growing uncertainty about whether San Francisco Superior Court Judge Suzanne Ramos Bolanos would rule in favor or against Bayer’s appeal of the Monsanto Cancer Verdict were resolved Tuesday morning as the judge upheld the jury’s decision that the glyphosate-based weedkiller (aka Roundup) sold by Monsanto caused a California man’s terminal cancer and that Monsanto intentionally hid its dangers.

Oct 23 10:23

The Screens – Why We’re So Crazy and Miserable All the Time

We are surrounded by screens full of voices that are always lying to us, and experts wonder why we’re so crazy and miserable all the time.

Oct 23 10:10

Countless Studies Show 5G Frequencies Cause Harm but the National Rollout is Here

5G wireless service has just been launched by Verizon in the first 4 cities on the planet: Sacramento, California, Houston, Texas, Indianapolis, Indiana, and Los Angeles, California. Verizon launched it on October 1, offering free 5G to users for three months.

Oct 21 09:53

More than half of parents think the flu shot causes the flu, survey finds

Doctors say many parents are still skeptical about the safety and effectiveness of the flu vaccine

Oct 20 10:47

"SMART HOME" COMPANIES REFUSE TO SAY WHETHER LAW ENFORCEMENT IS USING YOUR GADGETS TO SPY ON YOU

Transparency reports are standard practice across the tech industry, disclosing the nature, quantity and scope of all the law enforcement requests each company receives in a given year.

But there's a notable exception to this practice: the "smart home" companies who sell you products that fill your house with gadgets that know every intimate fact of your life -- all-seeing eyes, all-listening ears, all-surveillance network taps. The companies that sell these products refuse to say whether (or how) they are being suborned to serve as state surveillance adjuncts by law enforcement.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is why I would NEVER allow a "smart home" object into our home, like Alexa, ever, unless it became legally mandated.

And should that become legally mandated, I would find a way of disabling the device so it was no longer listening to what I am saying, but appeared to be on, from the standpoint of who might be eavesdropping.

Oct 18 08:50

U.S. Secret Service Responds To Incident On Airplane In Which Agent Grabbed A Reporter's Phone To Block Access To Kushner

The fact that the Secret Service insists that "The actions of the special agent in this incident were in no way intended to impede those (first amendment) rights or the media's access to a secret service protectee" (Kushner) shows that they realize they need to tread lightly on this one. The secret service claims that the agent didn't know who the reporter was, but the agent actually said "I don't give a damn who you are" AFTER CBS reporter Errol Barnett ID'd himself as White House Press.

Oct 18 08:47

VIDEO: British Man Encounters A Shocking 'Gender Neutral' Crosswalk In London

This video is particularly hilarious. A normal guy in London comes across a 'gender-fluid' crosswalk. His reaction is priceless.

Oct 18 08:17

“Smart” meters are wildly inaccurate: Study finds that readings can be 581% higher than actual use

To conduct the study, lead researcher Franz Leferink, Professor of Electromagnetic Compatibility at the UT, tested nine different electronic meters manufactured between 2004 and 2014. The meters were connected via electric switchboard to various power-saving devices – including energy-saving light bulbs, heaters, LED bulbs and dimmers. The team then compared actual energy consumption with the readings furnished by the electronic meters.

The results were profoundly disturbing. Five of the nine meters – more than half – gave readings higher than the actual power consumed – in some cases, a staggering 582 percent higher. Other readings were 475 percent, 566 percent, 569 percent and 581 percent higher than actual use. (This could theoretically reflect a near six-fold increase in a utility bill – a rip-off of outrageous proportions!)

Oct 18 05:29

US Threatens To Stop Canadian Pot Businessmen At Border

As the world's first major economy fully legalised cannabis, officials of US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) warned they won't admit anyone arriving with the intent "to aid in the proliferation of the marijuana business".

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Oct 17 11:14

Monsanto And Bayer Are Moving To Create A Monopoly On Marijuana

You’ve heard of Monopoly, right? The fun little board game with fake money, little plastic houses, and get out of jail free cards? It’s a great way to pass the time. That is, depending on who you’re playing with.

But when it comes to real-life properties, business, and products, however, a monopoly becomes a whole lot more dangerous.

Two major companies, Monsanto and Bayer, have recently joined together and seem to be plotting to take over the cannabis industry. In other words, create a monopoly on marijuana.

Oct 17 10:12

Twitter has barred hundreds of accounts for posing as soulless, “nonplayable” liberal activists. #triggered #Npc #blueflush

Pathetic: the NYT considers the NPC meme and other satire and humor that they dislike "voter suppression" and "intentionally misleading election-related content"

Oct 17 05:37

Is DARPA Planning to Infect Insects with GM Viruses for Use in Food Crops?

Again, the mad scientist division of the Pentagon, DARPA, is doing something that causes people anxiety. In 2016, a program called “Insect Allies” was launched by the US Department of Defense. It involves the investment of $45 million over the course of four years into creating viruses, that infect crops, supposedly to help prevent the failure of crops driven by climate change and pathogens.

Oct 16 15:53

Maseca Corn Flours Test Positive for Toxic Residues of Monsanto Weedkiller

Organic Consumers Association Mexico (ACO), a project of US-based Organic Consumers Association (OCA), today announced that samples of Maseca brand white and yellow corn flours tested positive for residues of glyphosate and its main metabolite, AMPA. Glyphosate is the active ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller.

"It's clear from our testing that Maseca's claims of selling a 'natural' and 'nutritious' product are false and misleading," said OCA's international director, Ronnie Cummins. "Consumers in Mexico and the US who care about pesticide contamination and GMOs should seek organic non-GMO alternatives to Maseca flours until the company agrees to source only non-GMO grains for its products."

Oct 16 12:32

U.S. Responsible for 3,300 Civilian Deaths in Syria, Supporting Genocide in Yemen

A new report finds that the U.S is responsible for more than 3,300 civilian deaths in Syria since 2014. Meanwhile, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo continues to back Saudi caused genocide in Yemen.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And by not standing up against this genocide, and simply accepting it as "the cost of doing business, because of the huge profits US weapons sales the military industrial complex is making from their sales to the Saudis", every single one of our alleged Congressional representatives are telling us that We the People do not matter; it's only the huge corporations, which "purchase" them though contributions to their campaigns, which do.

I have to wonder what a forensic audit of all of our Congressional Representatives would reveal, as to who has pocketed the most from the military industrial complex; if that were allowed to happen, I think we'd all be collectively gobsmacked by the numbers.

Oct 16 09:29

Making America Socialist Again

It’s not often that the president of the United States writes an op-ed for a major newspaper. But this is exactly what President Trump did on October 10 in USA Today.

Trump was railing against (and rightly so) the Democrats’ “Medicare for All” (S.1804) proposal to “establish a government-run, single-payer health care system that eliminates all private and employer-based health care plans” and will “cost an astonishing $32.6 trillion during its first 10 years.”

Oct 15 10:23

VIDEO: GOOGLE’S GOOD CENSOR PLAN

The Good Censor document admits Google and the other Silicon Valley tech giants now control online conservation and have undertaken a shift toward censorship.

Nafeez Ahmed:
How the CIA made Google

Inside the secret network behind mass surveillance, endless war, and Skynet.

Oct 15 08:17

When scientists want their data fudged and why you should care

How often are you asked to do something unethical? That was the blunt question at the heart of a surprising survey of biostatisticians released this week.

The answer? Many statisticians reported that scientists routinely asked them to fudge data.

McGill University bioethicist Jonathan Kimmelman said the results should be concerning to everyone.

"We use [statistical] information to make decisions about what drugs to take, what foods to eat, what policies to make, what chemicals to ban," Kimmelman said. "It's crucial to protect the integrity of that data."

Oct 14 21:58

'Hello, death': Coca-Cola's te reo marketing blunder

It's both an unfortunate mistake and a cautionary tale on the dangers of mixing languages.

A Coke vending machine with the words "Kia Ora, Mate" is doing the rounds on Twitter, with social media users pointing out the dangers of mixing te reo and English.

"Mate" is M?ori for "death" which brings a whole new meaning to the sentence - and definitely not the one Coca-Cola intended.

Twitter user @waikatoreo posted the photo on Sunday, saying "Coke got an unexpected result when they mixed M?ori and English".

Some Twitter users pointed out it could be an accidental case of "honesty in advertising".

"Obesity is the #1 cause of death in NZ, and Coke are just jumping on the marketing opportunity," someone said. Another Twitter user called it "fair warning".

Oct 13 10:56

Paul Offit, MD, Vaccine Authority & Co-inventor, Finally Levels About Vaccinations Being Violent Acts

By Catherine J. Frompovich

If I didn’t have the authentic YouTube video of vaccine-pushing-authority, Dr. Paul Offit, MD, to share with my readers, you probably would think I’ve “gone off my rocker,” especially if I only quoted him and did not have the physical, visual and audio proof of his admitting numerous suppressed deprecating facts about vaccinations, thereby further empowering parents’ valid reasons for NOT vaccinating their beloved children.

Here are some acknowledgements Dr. Offit finally admits to about vaccinations...

Oct 13 10:23

Outside In: The Trump administration’s plan to remake the Middle East

The only promise that is new about the promised peace plan is the way it will be forced on the Palestinians: no one has promised that the plan itself will be new. With Saudi Arabia and Egypt—the outside—brought onside with the promise of continued military aid despite their crimes against humanity and violations of international law and the Palestinians weakened by being silenced, economically crushed and stripped of any friends to help them, the United States and Israel are now free to attempt to impose a peace plan on the Palestinians.

Oct 13 09:00

SMART CITIES: ARE WE SLEEPWALKING INTO A BIG BROTHER FUTURE OF CONSTANT SURVEILLANCE IN THE NAME OF IMPROVED EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY?

When Eva Blum-Dumontet, a research officer for London-based non-profit Privacy International, attends conferences, she likes to ask people she meets if they live in a smart city.

Oct 13 07:57

Google Search Competitor Reaches 30 Million Searches Per Day

This is going to be interesting. There is a lot of Google hate out there. Google Search competitor DuckDuckGo has reached 30 million searches per day.

Oct 12 18:03

Will Apple’s latest Watch crash when the clocks go back? Australian fans report gadgets have already started rebooting randomly ahead of the UK and US adopting Daylight Saving Time

Fans on the continent - which adopted summer schedules on Sunday - found that the Series 4 Watch struggles with the switch from Daylight Saving Time (DST).

Reports claim that a glitch in the Watches' Infograph Activity function that controls its fitness monitoring capabilities is behind the malfunction.

It has already caused their Watch to reboot and stall as it tries to process the missing hour.

Oct 12 11:56

Child sex dolls make their way back onto Amazon's offer list; critics call for their immediate removal

The Seattle-based online retail platform temporary ditched controversial sales several months ago, in the wake of a similar backlash, but vendors appeared to have restored their child-like, flesh-pleasing 18+ toys on their offer list.

Campaigners have lashed out at the retail giant Amazon for selling in its adult section sex dolls that they say look strikingly like youngsters. The dolls are not advertised as silicone "kids," but they reportedly have the looks of young girls, thereby sparking concerns that their adult users may go on to abuse children next.

Oct 12 06:38

Atlas robot goes full American ninja warrior

Boston Dynamics has come a long way with their Atlas line of robots in the past few years to the point of which the robot itself has basically gone full American ninja warrior.

Watch as Atlas traverses difficult obstacles just like a human in the video above.

Will the Department of Defense start using autonomous robots in wartime or peacetime environments? Robocops, etc.?

Oct 11 16:35

EFF To Texas AG: Epson Tricked Its Customers With a Dangerous Fake Update

Back in 2016, printing giant HP sent a deceitful, malicious update to millions of OfficeJet and OfficeJet Pro printers that disguised itself as a "security update." Users who trusted HP and applied the update discovered to their chagrin that the update didn't improve their printers' security: rather, the updated printers had acquired the ability to reject cheaper ink, forcing the printer owners to throw away their third-party and refilled ink cartridges and buy new ones.

Now, Epson has followed suit: in late 2016 or early 2017, Epson started sending deceptive updates to many of its printers. Just like HP, Epson disguised these updates as routine software improvements, when really they were poison pills, designed to downgrade printers so they could only work with Epson's expensive ink systems.

Oct 11 12:49

Want Cheaper Insurance Rates? You Can Have It If You Let Companies Track and Manage Your Life

By Nicholas West

One of the most insidious side effects emerging in our modern world of digital tracking and Big Data goes far beyond the loss of privacy — it is the nearly inevitable move toward centralized behavior management and social engineering...

Oct 11 11:23

Walmart Has An Incredibly Creepy Cart Patent To Monitor Your Biometric Data

By Aaron Kesel

Walmart has a totally creepy idea to monitor your biometric data, pulse, and location from the sensors on a shopping cart handle, Motherboard reported.

Walmart recently applied for a patent that details biometric shopping handles that can track a customer’s heart rate, palm temperature, grip, and how fast the cart is being pushed...

Oct 11 11:15

The CDC’s Influenza Math Doesn’t Add Up: Exaggerating the Death Toll to Sell Flu Shots

Every year at about this time, public health officials and their media megaphones start up the drumbeat to encourage everyone (including half-year-old infants, pregnant women and the invalid elderly) to get a flu shot. Never mind that more often than not the vaccines don’t work, and sometimes even increase the risk of getting sick.

Oct 11 07:24

More Windows 10 October update woes? HP users report BSOD after Tuesday patch

The cumulative update for the few PCs that moved to Windows 10 version 1809 before Microsoft halted its rollout is causing BSOD errors on some HP machines.

The suspected cause of blue screen of death, BSOD, errors on numerous HP PCs is the update KB4464330 for Windows 10 version 1809, which fixed an error that deleted user profiles, and carried Microsoft's October Patch Tuesday security updates.

Microsoft currently lists no known issues with this build but, as spotted by Windows Latest, several HP users and admins managing HP machines are reporting BSOD problems after installing the update.

Oct 10 17:53

What’s Behind the CDC Claiming 80,000 Died From Flu Last Winter?

Research published earlier this year suggests repeated annual flu vaccinations could actually make you a greater health threat to your community.

Oct 10 14:22

Intel Stands Behind Controversial Tests That Favored Its CPU Over AMD's

It's a basic rule of benchmarking. When you're comparing two competing products, you need to make all the testing conditions -- especially the settings -- as similar as possible. Otherwise, you're just comparing apples to crab apples, which is what may have happened in a recent benchmark report that showed Intel's new Core i9-9900K outperforming AMD's Ryzen 7 2700X in several games.

As part of its Coffee Lake Refresh launch, Intel paid test firm Principled Technologies to benchmark its new processors and compare them to chips in AMD's current lineup (PDF). However, Hardware Unboxed spotted a few test conditions that obviously could skew the results in favor of Intel's processor, including using a less-capable CPU cooler on AMD's chip, overclocking the RAM on Intel's platform only, and disabling half the cores on an AMD Ryzen processor.

Oct 10 14:17

TRANSCRIPT: GOOGLE LIED ABOUT ‘DRAGONFLY’

The transcript, according to The Intercept, was from a July 18 conversation involving Google’s search engine chief, Ben Gomes, regarding the development of a censored search engine for China that would “blacklist phrases” including:

• human rights,

• student protest, and

• Nobel Prize.

Oct 10 13:23

The Man Who Saved VoIP - Naomi Brockwell


In the early days of the internet there was a danger that parts of the internet would be regulated out of existence. One man who fought this, @jeffpulver, shares his insight about how blockchain now faces a similar threat

Oct 10 10:32

Drug Companies are Stealing from You

By ANH-USA

…with the help of the federal government and universities. Action Alert!

The high cost of prescription drugs has recently made headlines, evidenced by price-gouging schemes that cause drug prices to skyrocket 5,000% (as in the case with the infamous Martin Shkreli and the drug Daraprim) or Mylan’s more recent price hike on EpiPen’s to over $600 for a two-pack. What’s often left out of these stories, however, is how the federal government helped the pharmaceutical industry have this kind of power over drug pricing by allowing the industry to take advantage of publicly-funded research...

Oct 10 07:30

The Capture of Health Freedom

How the government and corporations stole your health freedom.

Oct 09 10:55

FLASHBACK - UN Admits Latest Outbreak of Polio in Syria Was Caused by the Polio Vaccine

As World Health Organization representative Elizabeth Hoff reports,

“As of 18 August 2017, 33 children under the age of five have been paralyzed. The detection of the circulating vaccine derived polio virus type 2 (cVDPV2) cases demonstrates that disease surveillance systems are functional in Syria. Our priority now is to achieve the highest possible polio immunization coverage to stop the circulation of virus.”

Thirty-three children paralyzed by the vaccine that was supposed to protect them — and the UN’s response is to just keep doling out more vaccines? Sadly, that’s par for the course. Obviously, bad medicine is never the problem — there’s just not enough bad medicine, that’s all.

Fran Equiza, a UNICEF representative commented, “No child should have to live with devastating effects of polio.” And yet, this is the second outbreak of polio to strike Syria since the conflict first took roots in 2011.

Oct 08 19:04

Apple fixes 'chargegate' bug that left iPhone XS users unable to charge when their screen was off

Apple has issued an update to its iOS software to fix a bug that left some users unable to charge their phones.

iPhone users were reporting a bug that means their devices do not charge when plugged in, with the new XS and XS Max handsets among those said to be affected.

Today the firm released a new update, iOS 12.01, to address the issue.

Oct 08 17:19

Antidepressants Cause Severe Withdrawal Symptoms like Hallucination, Mania & Anxiety, New Study Reveals

New research reveals severe withdrawal symptoms in over half of those who discontinue antidepressant drugs, including lasting and even permanent damage.

Oct 08 17:18

How EMF from Bluetooth Ear Pieces Can Affect Your Eyes, Ears, Brain and Body

Many people who use Bluetooth technology to connect their devices may have no idea that exposure has been linked to brain tumors as well as dizziness, sleep issues, anxiety, depression, birth defects and more.

Oct 08 12:53

Anti-Vaccine Japan Has World’s Lowest Child Death Rate & Highest Life Expectancy

Fact: Japan has the lowest infant mortality rate following ban on mandatory vaccinations, they urge other countries to follow this firm stance

The citizens of Japan are statistically proven to be the healthiest and longest-living people in the world. The country also has the lowest infant mortality rate on the planet. It may come as no surprise to many that the Japanese Government banned a number of vaccines that are currently mandatory in the United States and has strict regulations in place for other Big Pharma drugs and vaccines in general. Japan’s anti-vax policies have long been criticised by vaccine pushers in the US who claim that vaccinating the public “promotes health.”

Oct 08 10:51

Sino-US Tensions: Pentagon Accuses China of Threatening America’s National Security

Sino/US tensions risk boiling over into something much more serious than already.

Washington considers China’s significant political, economic, trade, and military strength as a threat to US national security.

Accusations by US officials against China, Russia, and other countries are all about wanting no nations compromising Washington’s hegemonic agenda – its aim for unchallenged control.

The Trump regime slammed what it called Beijing’s “unfair trade” and other practices, along with accusing the country of intellectual property theft, cyberwar, interfering in America’s electoral process, militarizing the South China Sea, and controlling offshore islands it claims belong to other regional countries.

The US also claims the right to conduct freedom of navigation operations close to Chinese waters its officials consider provocative.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I think this paper was created in such a way as to anger the Chinese government, but also accomplish another agenda, which I will get to later in this post; that the US military is behind China, in nearly every sector of its weaponry, has to be laid squarely at the feet of the Pentagon, and those contractors with whom they are so cosy, and who give so much money to political campaigns as to prevent any reasonable, and long overdue criticisms of their products or services from harming their bottom line.

But what concerns me here, is the bristling, angry tone this takes, against both the Chinese government, and Chinese businesses, and there is a reason for that.

The Chinese are very practical, and bright, people. They understand that there are those in the bowels of power in DC who would love to see a regime change in both Russia and China. Paul Craig Roberts: Washington plans to nuke Russia and China Understanding this, can you possibly blame Chinese leadership for doing everything in its power to prevent this from happening?!?

But the belligerency here is the sort of J'accuse! rhetoric one expects to hear as the demonization prelude to a US war against China, and attempting to mold American opinion positively toward this agenda.

I frankly think that, even with the reinstitution of the draft, a war against China would be one of the most pigheadedly, ham-fistedly stupid things this government could do, and particularly at this time in our military's history. We don't have the weaponry, the manufacturing, the money, or the troop strength to insure a positive outcome to a conventional war with China.

And if the US goes to war against China, we had better count on Russia coming in on the Chinese side of the equation. Folks, I am saying this because I care about both my country, and our military; this potential war may well not end well for the US at all.

Oct 08 08:44

5G network uses same EMF waves as Pentagon crowd control system

The global rollout of 5G is well underway, and we soon may see new small cell towers near all schools, on every residential street, dispersed throughout the natural environment, and pretty much everywhere. But the safety of this technology is in serious question, and there is a raging battle to stop the taxpayer-funded implementation of 5G.

Oct 07 17:11

Lawsuit Claims Popular LaCroix Sparkling Water Has Insecticide and Other Harmful Chemicals

By Aaron Kesel

A lawsuit filed in Cook County, Illinois Circuit Court against popular beverage LaCroix alleges the sparkling water advertised as "all natural" includes a dangerous ingredient used in cockroach insecticide (linalool) as well as other harmful artificial ingredients that are "non-natural and synthetic compounds."...

Oct 06 10:48

Your Cell Phone is a Psychotronic Weapon of Mass Mind Control

Your cell phone is a psychotronic weapon. That means that your cell phone CAN read and control and probably IS reading and controlling your mind.

Oct 06 10:47

5G Network Uses Same EMF Waves as Pentagon Crowd Control System

The new cell network uses high band radio frequency millimeter waves to deliver high bandwidth data to any device within line of sight.

Oct 06 10:46

DEA Grants Pharmaceutical Company Monopoly on Medical CBD

News circulated recently that the DEA had rescheduled cannabidiol (CBD), the nonpsychoactive ingredient in cannabis, but the technicalities of the agency’s decision actually show their ruling is highly restrictive.

Oct 06 10:45

Study Finds Disinfectant Cleaners May Alter Children’s Gut Microbiome

Are chemicals you use to clean your home ending up in your gut?

Oct 06 10:32

Shingles Vaccine Troubling Ingredients

Many people Zostovaxwho at least look at a thing and smell it before they eat it think nothing of having a mysterious liquid injected directly into their blood. Many who read food labels for every last ingredient have no idea what they are taking in a vaccine injection. The shingles vaccine, like every other, contains troubling ingredients that should give thinking people pause for reflection.

Oct 06 09:39

Would you pay $550 to see your own medical records? Study reveals 60% of US hospitals charge more than the recommended limit - and there are no laws to stop them

US hospitals make it difficult and exorbitantly expensive for Americans to access their own medical records - despite laws protecting their rights to their health information.

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 protects not only the privacy of patient records, but their ability to request and receive documents about their health.

But the US government does not regulate the possible barriers between patients and their information.

Oct 05 16:55

#4 on PROJECT CENSORED’s Top 25 List: “How Big Wireless Convinced Us Cell Phones and Wi-Fi are Safe”

By B.N. Frank

Activist Post and many others have already reported about The Nation’s February 2018 article, “How Big Wireless Convinced Us Cell Phones and Wi-Fi are Safe.” It received so much attention that there were follow-up interviews with Mark Hertsgaard...

Oct 05 15:07

Facebook user who uploaded pirated copy of ‘Deadpool’ sentenced

A California man who uploaded a pirated copy of the movie Deadpool to Facebook has been sentenced to three weeks prison. The film was shared to the social media network, shortly after it premiered, where it was viewed 6,386,456 times. The man was indicted following an FBI investigation last year and previously pleaded guilty.

Oct 05 09:18

NAFTA 2.0 Enshrines Deregulation for all of North America

Trump’s re-negotiated NAFTA, now called the USMCA, pushes food safety and other forms of deregulation to new extremes, making it more difficult to undo the damage even after Trump leaves office, says Patrick Woodall of Food and Water Watch

Oct 04 18:12

“PC Magazine” Fires Author and Relocates Article Citing Health Effects of 5G

By B.N. Frank

On August 22, 2018, PC Magazine published John Dvorak’s article, “The Problem with 5G” which cites health risks as a major concern with this technology. On August 26, 2018 Activist Post published an article about John’s article. Unfortunately, John was fired on September 20 and PC Magazine replaced this article’s link with an article written by someone else. They also relocated John’s article to a different link...

Oct 04 09:18

Six FDA Approved Sweeteners Proven Toxic To Human Digestion

By Marco Torres

Using artificial sweeteners causes biochemical changes in the body and actually throw off the body’s ability to monitor how many calories we consume. FDA-approved artificial sweeteners and sport supplements have now been found to be toxic to digestive gut microbes, according to a new paper published in Molecules...

Oct 04 06:12

NEW FCC RULING GIVES FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF 5G ROLLOUT

On Monday October 1st, Sacramento, Houston, Indianapolis and Los Angeles became the first cities to gain access to Verizon’s 5G Wireless service.

The rollout of 5G is expected to herald the beginning of Smart Cities, where driverless cars, pollution sensors, cell phones, traffic lights, and thousands of other devices interact in what is known as “The Internet of Things”. The move towards the smart grid was hastened last week when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved a rule that will limit the role of local authorities regarding the build of 5G networks, specifically the amount city officials can charge telecommunication companies (“Big Tech”).

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Human health is of no consequence to this government, if money is to be made, and there has been no real, serious vetting of this technology before it is being rolled out.

Oct 03 14:18

Gab.com Is Being Targeted By Payment Processors

GAB ---In the last two weeks both of our payment processors have threatened to or have frozen our service

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