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Dec 28 14:40

The LA Methane Leak - "Don't Worry, The Air Is Safe To Breathe"

On this edition of DTRH Popeye spends the first hour covering the ongoing, and massive methane leak in the Porter Ranch suburb of Los Angeles California. The leak is so massive there is a no fly zone set at 2000 ft above it, and people are already being moved out of their homes. This is as bad as the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico except it's methane into the air rather than oil into the water. Popeye points out how fast things are happening on the ground in Porter Ranch vs. the ongoing, dragged out situation in St. Louis with the leaking radioactive waste sites like the Westlake Landfill. It goes to show you the power of the nuclear cartel.

Dec 28 08:15

Amazon Is Expanding Its Secretive Air Cargo Operation

Amazon’s homegrown shipping infrastructure is mounting, with air cargo operations emerging in several new cities in the United States and abroad. A month after Motherboard first reported that Amazon had begun operating a small air cargo operation out of Wilmington, Ohio, the company has expanded its flights to at least one more airport in the United States, bringing its domestic trial project to six cities total. It has also reportedly been testing five weekly flights to and from fulfillment centers in the United Kingdom, chartering a Boeing 737 aircraft from German logistics company DB Schenker.

Dec 27 10:38

Tunisia to become first in the world to issue its national currency via advanced cryptofinance tech

Tunisia will be the first country in the world to issue its national currency via advanced cryptofinance technology according to Monetas CEO Johann Gevers in an interview with TechMoran on Mobile Money & CryptoFinance .

Dec 27 09:48

EPA uses ‘covert propaganda’ to trick Americans into accepting totalitarian policies, auditor finds

For those who are not familiar with the taxpayer-funded network Voice of America, it is essentially a government propaganda instrument whose mission, as The New York Times has noted in its politically correct manner, “is charged with presenting America’s viewpoint to the world.”

Dec 25 08:03

A Stealth Default on Social Security

Wow, that’s brazen. They took “file and suspend” out back and shot it dead. No warning at all.

We figured this technique to maximize Social Security benefits would be safe at least until the next president took office and Social Security’s looming bankruptcy would be too big to ignore.

Instead, it wound up in the fine print of the “zombie budget” Congress and the White House agreed on last week.

So how did we get here?

Webmaster addition: See BILL CLINTON LOOTED SOCIAL SECURITY TO CREATE HIS FEDERAL BUDGET SURPLUS

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Dec 24 09:39

“Unstoppable” California gas leak being called worst catastrophe since BP spill

Since initially reporting on California’s Alison Canyon gas leak, more details have emerged on the scale (and potential for no solution) of the problem as the infamous Erin Brockovich writes, “the enormity of the Aliso Canyon gas leak cannot be overstated.

Dec 23 22:44

Inflammatory Disease Epidemic: The Convergence Point of EMF, GMOs, and Vaccines

Waking Times

If you were to try and describe virtually all forms of degenerative disease with just one word, that word would be “inflammation”.

Dec 23 22:39

Why You Can’t Avoid Toxin-Laden Food

Waking Times

From hormones to pesticides to preservatives to flavorants, there are literally thousands of different contaminants that can make their way into your food and beverages. Some are put there on purpose, to improve taste, texture, or longevity, while others seep in without producers’ or consumers’ awareness or consent. Yet, no matter where toxins come from and what they do to your body, you can be sure they are in your groceries for good.

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Dec 23 09:36

Even Funerals Are a Giant Financial Scam in America!

Americans don’t realize how much we get ripped off on practically everything in this country. Who can afford this ridiculously high-priced lifestyle being billed as “The American Dream” anymore?

Well it turns out, even in DEATH, Americans are getting ripped off, and the lies about this one go back to at least the days of Abraham Lincoln!

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Dec 23 09:07

Can too much fluoride lead to breast cancer?

By Dr. Veronique Desaulniers

Over 200 million Americans live in areas where fluoride is added to their water supply. Sadly, this practice of adding fluoride to the water began over seven decades ago and, by 1960, it was common throughout the United States.

In 1999, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that fluoridation of water supplies was one of the “ten great public health achievements of the 20th century.” But, what the CDC completely failed to consider is the mounting evidence that connects fluoride to neurological impairments, hypothyroidism and cancer...

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Dec 22 16:45

Civil Libertarians Are in Love with Big Brother’s Body Cameras

what good are cop cams when cops control access to the footage?

Dec 22 10:53

A Round-up About Monsanto's GMOs

By Catherine J. Frompovich

It seems as if we are reaching a “tipping point” regarding the non-acceptance of GMOs, since close to 90 percent of consumers, the food-buying and eating public, wants GMO labeling. Here is a collection of info that will help you understand why GMO labeling is vitally important to truth in advertising, informed consent, free choice, and your health...

Dec 22 08:14

6 Horrifying Facts about Chickens: A Wake-Up Call for the Meat Industry

by Yelena Sukhoterina

Today about 9 billion chickens are raised for food in the U.S. annually, a staggering 1400% increase from 50 years ago. Back then, the chicken were raised by more than 1.6 million independent farmers, while today less than 30,000 farms — many of them concentrated factory farms — raise billions of chickens.

As you may have guessed, this increase has brought a ton of unintended consequences. Most people don’t realize it, but a “simple” chicken dinner from the grocery store could have any of these 6 horrifying backstories attached to it...

Dec 22 08:02

THE ETHICALLY SOURCED SMARTPHONE YOU CAN REPAIR AND UPGRADE YOURSELF IS NOW ON SALE

Fairphone say they aim to create a more ethical device with an emphasis on reparability and sourcing key minerals used in the phone's construction from conflict-free areas.?e,’ the first Fairphone was the product of a carefully crafted supply chain that seeks to minimize the use of conflict materials. Now, the second model ups the ante with a modular design that allows for easier repairs, resulting in a smartphone that could do something completely unheard of in the world of pocket-sized electronic gadgets. This could eliminate the need to buy another phone – ever.

Dec 21 11:41

Who owns the Federal Reserve Bank—and why is it shrouded in myths and mysteries?

The Federal Reserve Bank (or simply the Fed), is shrouded in a number of myths and mysteries. These include its name, its ownership, its purported independence form external influences, and its presumed commitment to market stability, economic growth and public interest.

Dec 21 11:38

VENEZUELA PASSES NATIONAL ANTI-GMO AND ANTI-PATENT SEED LAW

Venezuela’s National Assembly has approved a draft Seed Law, which provides that the state shall promote sustainable agriculture as the strategic basis for food security. The rule seeks to consolidate national food sovereignty, regulate the production of hybrid seed, and reject the production, distribution, and import of GM seeds.

Dec 21 09:54

Pharmaceutical Marketing Supported by Deceitful Clinical Research

Waking Times

The business model for bringing lucrative new pharmaceutical drugs to market includes very robust marketing budgets, and 9 out of 10 pharmaceutical companies spend more on advertising than they do on research. And why not? Americans spend an average of $1000 per person, per year on pharmaceutical drugs, and the effort to capture these dollars is leading more companies to fast track or even fabricate the research involved in bringing a new drug to market.

Dec 20 17:05

Humans Are Slamming Into Driverless Cars and Exposing a Key Flaw

The self-driving car, that cutting-edge creation that’s supposed to lead to a world without accidents, is achieving the exact opposite right now: The vehicles have racked up a crash rate double that of those with human drivers.

The glitch?

They obey the law all the time, as in, without exception. This may sound like the right way to program a robot to drive a car, but good luck trying to merge onto a chaotic, jam-packed highway with traffic flying along well above the speed limit. It tends not to work out well. As the accidents have piled up -- all minor scrape-ups for now -- the arguments among programmers at places like Google Inc. and Carnegie Mellon University are heating up: Should they teach the cars how to commit infractions from time to time to stay out of trouble?

Dec 20 16:47

This Dumb Smart Fridge Shows Why the Internet of Things Will Break

Refrigerators usually last about 14 years, a lifespan that has held pretty constant in the last few decades. But smart fridges threaten to shorten that lifespan significantly. In the software world, 14 years is practically an eternity. Most companies won’t support software that old, so the fate of the Samsung smart fridge Google Calendar is all but inevitable. And when people can only fix the out-of-date electronics on the front of their fridge by replacing the whole kit and caboodle, they’ll upgrade. This wastes all the materials and energy that went into manufacturing. Sad news for anyone who cares about the environment.

So, before you go out and educate all your appliances, consider how smart you really need them to be—and how smart they’ll be when their software is out of date next year.

Dec 20 11:17

Attn Recreational Drone Owners: Your Personal Info Will Now Be Publicly Available To Anyone

By John Vibes

The FAA has recently announced that drone owners will now be forced to register their devices with the government and, of course, pay a fee as well. The move has drawn criticism from hobbyists and drone owners throughout the country, who see the registration policy as a violation of their privacy and civil rights...

Dec 17 19:09

Samuel Hawken Plains Rifle

Circa 1849 Samuel Hawken (U.S.) Percussion Plains Rifle (single-shot/ muzzle-loading/ black powder/ ball ammunition) The late 1840s saw an increase in U.S. westward expansion, up the Missouri River, across the Great Plains, over the Rocky Mountains, and to the Pacific coast. At first, the lure was fur, then cheap land, and finally, gold. Symbolic of this movement was a half-stock heavyweight firearm, variously called the Plains Rifle" and the "Mountain Rifle," which originated in St. Louis, Missouri.

Dec 17 16:47

Media Take Diet Advice From Coke-Funded Academics

But mercury-laced, GMO-tainted High Fructose Corn Syrup is part of a healthy diet! And I have some beach-front land in the Mojave to sell you...

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Dec 17 15:26

Windows 10 Upgrades Cannot Be Stopped

Windows 10 introduces something new and highly unpleasant for its millions of consumers: the complete loss of control.

This revelation comes as Microsoft drip feeds nuggets of information ahead of Windows 10’s July 29th release and it is sure to spark anger and frustration as awareness grows. In a nutshell all upgraders to Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro (whether free or paid) will be forced to install every feature, patch and fix Microsoft throws at them or have their security updates cut off.

Dec 17 13:56

Chaos Ensues As Popular Liberty Discussion Forum (Formerly DailyPaul) Abruptly Announces Permanent Shut-Down Dec 31

Michael Nystrom, owner of the very busy libertarian discussion forum PopularLiberty (formerly DailyPaul.com) has announced that he is closing his site down for good on December 31st. Nystrom had previously posted that he was considering shutting the site down over the past year or two, always to the consternation and upset of his members. In the wake of his latest announcement, which this time is for real, users are scrambling to start new discussion forums so that the users can keep a place to discuss events of the day, share ideas, keep in touch and maintain relationships that they have formed over the years.

Dec 17 12:43

CIA funding of tech companies

Government funding of companies provides a steady stream of support for tech developing innovations. One vehicle for facilitating this relationship can be found in an entity called, In-Q-Tel.

Dec 17 09:55

Big brands 'cheating' consumers with false lightbulb efficiency claims

Lightbulb manufacturers are misleading consumers about the brightness and energy use of their products by exploiting a loophole in European tests, lab results seen by the Guardian show.

Ikea, Philips, GE and Osram are among the companies exaggerating energy performance up to 25% higher than that claimed on packaging, according to the Swedish Consumer Association tests. Ikea told the Guardian as a result it would refund customers who were dissatisfied with bulbs they had bought from its stores.

The discrepancy is caused by manufacturers taking advantage of leeways – known as “tolerances” in official testing procedures for bulbs.

Dec 17 09:11

EE recalls all 'Power Bar' USB batteries due to 'fire safety risk'

Stop using danger dongles now, then claim £20 voucher to spend on other EE accessories

Dec 17 07:27

People Killed From Chrysler, Dodge Transmission Defect

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Dec 16 13:03

TOXIC FIREFIGHTING FOAM HAS CONTAMINATED U.S. DRINKING WATER

PFOA, or perfluorooctanoic acid, also known as C8, a chemical that for six decades was used by DuPont in the production of Teflon and other products. Research on people in West Virginia and Ohio who had consumed water contaminated by leaks from a nearby DuPont factory showed probable links between the chemical and six diseases, including kidney cancer.

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Dec 16 09:54

Science Links Pesticides To Breathing Problems And Lower IQ In Childhood

By Sophie McAdam

In the first study of its kind, researchers at UC Berkeley have found that exposure to pesticides from a young age can cause decreased lung function and neurological problems.

Scientists at UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health studied 279 children and 600 pregnant women in California’s Salinas valley and found that the use of agricultural chemicals in the area was as harmful as being exposed to second-hand smoke...

Dec 16 06:02

“Panic” on Crude

Investors are panic-buying stocks, panic-selling bonds, and panic-pumping-and-dumping Crude this morning…

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Dec 15 14:23

Study Finds Cannabis is Much Safer Than Alcohol or Tobacco

Waking Times

When compared to alcohol and tobacco, marijuana was considered “by far…the safest, even when compared to alcohol and cigarettes.”

Dec 15 14:20

Court Finds Monsanto Responsible for Poisoning French Farmer

Waking Times

The court of appeals in Lyon, France, has found agribusiness giant Monsanto guilty of poisoning a man named Paul François. François is a farmer who claimed that he suffered a multitude of ailments, including headaches, memory loss, neurological problems and stammering, after he unintentionally inhaled Monsanto’s herbicide, Lasso.

Dec 15 14:20

103 Years Later, Wall Street Turned Out Just As One Man Predicted

As our country burns to the ground: trapped in a post 9/11 (inside job) never ending war on terror that only benefited Israel; impoverished by an economic collapse engineered by an unprosecuted banking cabal; homeless, penniless, jobless; imprisoned in a high-tech DHS police state, spied upon by space-based and weaponized drones; living in an open air toxic waste pit: vaccinated, GMO’ed, chem-trailed, fracked and Fukushima irradiated, remember this: it all started with the formation of private money trust.

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Dec 15 10:36

GE Chestnuts: The Nightmare Before Christmas

By Kip Doyle

In the midst of the holiday season, while thoughts turn to roasting chestnuts, a handful of scientists are working to genetically engineer the iconic American chestnut tree which they hope to release throughout the Appalachians and the Eastern United States...

Dec 15 10:16

Antidepressants Taken During Pregnancy Increase Risk of Autism in Babies by 87%: JAMA Study

By Andrew Emett

According to a report published Monday in Journal of the American Medical Association Pediatrics, pregnant women taking antidepressants, particularly selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) including Prozac, Zoloft, and Paxil, have an increased chance of giving birth to children diagnosed with autism...

Dec 15 08:18

200 women sue WEN Hair Care claiming it causes hair loss

A class action lawsuit has been filed against Wen by Chaz Dean, and marketing company Guthy-Renker. Over 200 women are claiming the product causes severe and possibly permanent damage to hair, including significant hair loss to the point of visible bald spots, hair breakage, scalp irritation, and rash, the Daily Beast reported.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That shampoos can cause hair loss has actually been known for some time. But, they make MONEY and that is all that matters, and if you lose your hair that stimulates the economy because then you have to go to a hair restoration clinic! See how it works?

Dec 15 07:31

Erin Brockovich, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Discuss Massive Methane Leak in Porter Ranch

In an interview with KTLA`s Lynette Romero and Chris Burrous, attorney-activists Erin Brockovich and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. discussed a massive methane leak that has prompted fears over potential long-term health effects. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on Dec. 12, 2015.

Dec 15 07:12

Syngenta mixed GMOs into US crops to force the world to accept untested biotechnology, lawsuit claims

Syngenta mixed GMOs into US crops to force the world to accept untested biotechnology, lawsuit claims

Dec 15 04:54

Washington Post whines: ‘fringe’ news entering mainstream

Even the Washington Post, center of all that is good and right and true and holy about the news, is under siege. What can be done to protect WaPo from The Fringe? Is it time for Bob Woodward to write a new book? Do they need surgical masks? Hazmat suits? Should they flee underground and turn the whole operation into a level 4 virus lab with steel vaults and air seals?

Well, dear WaPo, I have a piece of fringe for you. I know you need more readers, and this is a killer. Literally. If you set your hounds loose on it for six months or so, you’ll drag out some of the most explosive material you’ve ever seen, and you’ll be able to print two editions a day. Readers’ll fight with each other to grab issues of the paper off the stands. Watergate? Bill and Monica? Sunday picnics compared with what I’m offering you. And it’s definitely fringe, because you and other mainstream outlets have never covered it with any emphasis. Ready?

Dec 14 21:49

Backslash: Anti-surveillance gadgets for protesters

“There is a huge disparity between the amount of technologies used by the authorities and the technologies available to protesters and activists during protests and riots,” warn Pedro Oliveira and Xuedi Chen, two designers from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program. “That gap is only getting wider.”

Oliveira and Chen hope to even the odds with an electronic arsenal of their own. At the Radical Networks conference in Brooklyn this past October, they presented the Backslash kit, a package of devices that help protesters stay safe and connected during demonstrations. Gadgets include everything from portable routers that create improvised communication networks in the event of an Internet blackout to a pendant that blocks radio signals (to prevent cell phone surveillance).

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Dec 14 13:58

W.H. Press Secretary Can’t Explain How Regulations Will Stop Mass Shootings

Like a true tyrant, Obama doesn’t have a good explanation for why our rights need to be discarded, or how that might benefit us in any way. On Thursday, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest was asked about the Obama Administration’s gun policies. Specifically, a reporter pointed out that none of Obama’s proposals would have stopped any of the mass shootings we’ve had. Here’s the answer Josh Earnest gave (or I should say, the answer he didn’t give because he completely dodges the question).

Dec 14 13:55

Twitter Had to Warn Its Users They Might Have Been Attacked by “State-Sponsored Hackers”

Why worry about typical hackers when the government is hacking everyone? It’s to the point that Twitter is having to warn its users that “state-sponsored hackers” may have “tried to obtain sensitive data from their accounts.”

Dec 14 12:11

Antibiotics Kill. Gradually and Inconspicuously.

There are several sides to the story. If one acquires an infection – antibiotics stand lonely on the shelf of choices. However we as a civilization have squandered the magical qualities of antibiotics by massively overusing them. If one buys pork, beef or chicken from a major store most likely the animals one is to consume is infested with a cocktail of antibiotics.

Dec 14 10:11

CLUELESS PRESS BEING PLAYED TO SUGGEST ENCRYPTION PLAYED A ROLE IN SAN BERNARDINO ATTACKS

As law enforcement and their friendly politicians have used the attacks in San Bernardino to renew a call to undermine and break encryption, the mainstream press has been an easy target for politicians looking to get out whatever message they want.

Dec 14 09:26

REPORT: US STILL SELLS OVER HALF THE WORLD’S WEAPONS

As conflicts evolve, weapons often end up in the hands of rebels who were not the original buyers. Fleurant said that levels of oversight depend on the country. Germany and France, for instance, have a reputation for being more cautious than the United States, but Fleurant stressed that with any country, it’s “difficult to follow a rationale.”

Dec 14 09:21

Martin Shkreli Poised To Increase Price Of Another Pharmaceutical Drug By 99,900%!

By Amanda Froelich

When it comes to the most despised, Martin Shkreli is up there with Monsanto and the Rockefellers.

Earlier this year, the ‘Pharma Bro’ made headlines when he hiked the price of Daraprim, a decades-old drug used to treat toxoplasmosis, by 5,000%. Well, he isn't stopping there...

Dec 14 09:08

Major Hospital Chain Terminates Lease With McDonald’s 10 Years Early

By Amanda Froelich

On the forefront of the health awakening is Allina Health, a nonprofit healthcare group with 13 hospitals and 90 clinics in Minnesota and Wisconsin. The major hospital chain says it is terminating its relationship with McDonald’s and removing sugary beverages and fried foods from its hospital cafeterias...

Dec 14 08:45

Teflon's Toxic Legacy

On October 7, after less than a day of deliberations, the jury found DuPont liable for Bartlett's cancer, agreeing with the defendant that the company had for years negligently contaminated her drinking water supply in Tuppers Plain, Ohio with a toxic chemical formerly used to make its signature brand of nonstick coating: Teflon.

Dec 13 14:19

15 Ancient House Designs That You Can Build Really Cheap or Free

How would your life change if you never had to pay rent or interest on a mortgage again? I bet it would take a significant weight off your shoulders. It sure would for me.

You’re not alone, in fact today most people in “civilized” parts of the world don’t own their homes but are indebted to banks or rent from a landlord. But it has not always been this way, as Henry David Thoreau so truthfully writes in his book Walden:

Dec 13 14:11

City of Fort Worth Levies $3,000 Fine to Raw Milk Dairy, Located Outside of City Limits

More Criminal government!

FORT WORTH TX – Eldon Hoolely, who runs a small, family operated dairy farm is being summoned to court on Monday after some of their raw milk product was found inside the city limits of Fort Worth. The City of Fort Worth is now claiming that Rosey Ridge Farms, which is located nearly 40 miles south of city limits has somehow committed $3,000 worth of city ordinance violations.

Elmer DePaula, a health superintendent for the city claims that Rosey Ridge Farms was operating an illegal food establishment within the city limits. When in actuality, a food cooperative was purchasing the raw milk and transporting the product back to Fort Worth to distribute to it’s members.

Dec 13 10:10

Teflon's Toxic Legacy

Almost two decades ago, Carla Bartlett, a then 41-year -old West Virginia secretary and mother of two, was first diagnosed with cancer - what her surgeon later labeled a "garden variety" type of kidney cancer. "I was scared to death," Bartlett, now 59, told an Ohio federal jury this fall during hearings in the first of more than 3,500 personal injury and wrongful death suits by West Virginia and Ohio residents against the chemical giant DuPont. "And all I could think of was not being there, not being able to be there for my family." Bartlett's tumor and part of her rib were removed in a surgery in 1997 that, she said, involved cutting her "virtually in half." Though the cancer hasn't recurred since, for Bartlett, the harm, both physical and emotional, has lingered. "It's never out of my mind, because you worry constantly about it," she said. "And then I have the reminder of the scar, every day, that, you know, this… this is… this was cancer; this could come back."

Dec 11 12:57

America (Or Should I say,'Hawaii?') Isn't the Only Country Experiencing Shitty Broadband!

My friend, Michael Copson, reporting on the decaying conditions from the field in Naples, Italy, in both Italian and English.

Dec 11 09:52

Recent Study Finds Marijuana is Much Safer Than Alcohol or Tobacco

By Steven Maxwell

With the battle for the legalization of marijuana being considered one of the more prevalent issues in today’s society, it is upon scientists and researchers to now look deeper into the chemical makeup of marijuana and indicate whether smoking marijuana yields less dangerous side effects than consuming alcohol...

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Dec 10 15:18

Valerie Jarrett: Obama Finalizing More Gun Control Executive Actions

Here comes more gun control without congressional approval. It is currently being reported that Obama’s advisers are putting the finishing touches on numerous gun control executive orders.

The Obama administration has been busy working on finding ways to tighten gun laws ever since the college shooting in Oregon back in October, according to Valerie Jarrett, who spoke last night at a vigil for Sandy Hook victims.

Dec 10 03:34

US government approves transgenic chicken

Kanuma joins a small group of ‘farmaceuticals’ on the US market. In 2009, the agency approved genetically modified goats that produce an anticoagulant called ATryn in their milk. And last year, the FDA authorized a drug for treating hereditary angioedema that is produced by transgenic rabbits. The FDA’s latest decision “shows that the ATryn goats weren’t just a one-off”, says Jay Cormier.
Transgenic chickens are the latest animals engineered to produce ‘farmaceutical’ drugs. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a chicken that has been genetically engineered to produce a drug in its eggs

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Dec 09 09:55

VIDEO: CHINESE ENGINEERS DEVELOP THE WORLD'S FIRST BRAIN-DRIVEN CAR

Chinese engineers in the northeastern port city of Tianjin have developed the first mind-controlled car.

Dec 08 16:55

Obama's No-Fly, No-Buy Violates 2nd AND 5th Amendments: List Uses "Secret Criteria" To Bar Guns

Under the slippery-slope of terrorism surveillance and Obama’s far-reaching gun control agenda, such a list could take away everyone’s legal right to bear arms.

[T]he no-fly list is a secret list that uses secret criteria to determine who finds a home on it. So if you link banning guns to the no-fly list, the scenario presented is completely feasible: The government could theoretically add anyone it wants to the no-fly list, even broad categories of people, and thereby prevent them from owning a gun.

Read more at SHTFplan.com

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Dec 07 20:16

Mammograms Again Proven Harmful to Women and Actually May Increase Cancer Risk

Waking Times

Mammograms Send Women To Their Deathbeds Faster And Increase Their Risk of Breast Cancer As Much As 30 Percent

Dec 07 20:15

Dow Chemical Punished for Lying About the Safety of New Herbicide

Waking Times

A potentially dangerous new product, Enlist Duo, from Dow Chemical might actually undergo the scrutiny it deserves, now that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has asked the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to abandon its approval of the herbicide. New information that the EPA discovered in a review of Dow’s patent application for Enlist Duo – which Dow seems to have conveniently omitted in its application to gain the agency’s initial approval – suggests that the weedkiller may be more toxic to endangered plants and animals than initially thought.

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Dec 07 13:07

Mammograms Send Women To Deathbeds Faster And Increase Risk Of Breast Cancer Up To 30 Percent

Even with the established evidence which supports the long-term health risks and danger of mammograms, the medical community still pushes them like pancakes. Besides overdiagnosis and the unnecessary treatment of insignificant cancers, mammograms cause radiation-induced breast cancer themselves, increasing several risk factors for the disease. Increases Breast Cancer Mortality Mammography is the…

Dec 06 12:51

After Paris Attacks, Proposed French Law Would Block Tor and Forbid Free Wi-Fi

After the recent Paris terror attacks, the French government is proposing to forbid and block the use of the Tor anonymity network, according to an internal document from the Ministry of Interior seen by French newspaper Le Monde. That document lays out two proposed pieces of legislation, one around the state of emergency, and the other concerning counter-terrorism. In the former, the French government is considering to “Forbid free and shared wi-fi connections” during a state of emergency. This comes from a police opinion included in the document: the reason being that it is apparently difficult to track individuals who use public wi-fi networks.

Dec 06 08:18

First MSR Thorium Reactor Scheduled for 2021

Indonesia has taken up the flame of Fire 2.0 (nuclear energy) and put their money where their mouth is. The first operating thorium reactor in the world will be in Indonesia with Canada and China hot on its tail. For the huge advantages of thorium reactors and other 4th generation nuclear technology, please see my previous article about Terrestrial Energy, a Canadian company who plans to have a commercially available thorium reactor by the early 2020s.

Dec 05 21:36

The Over-the-Counter Cancer Cure You’re Not Supposed to Know About

Waking Times

It’s no secret that cancer treatment has become its own thriving industry and the money to be made from prescribing cutting edge pharmaceuticals, chemotherapy and radiation treatment is immense. Profit is the paradigm for modern medicine, but as our knowledge of cancer continues to grow we continue to be reminded that many verifiably effective and affordable treatments for cancer exist, but seems to be unwanted or outright prohibited by the medical establishment.

Dec 05 21:35

This is How Much Big Business Paid US Senators to Fast-Track the TPP Deal

Waking Times

Debate around the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) continues to mount. The recently-released 6,000 page agreement, encompassing 18,000 categories of goods and services and a region that accounts for 40 percent of the global economy, hasn’t been ratified by the U.S. Congress or Senate. Yet, the U.S. President has made his support clear with statements such as, “We are both soon to be signatories to the TPP agreement,” a comment Obama made on Nov. 19, 2015, after his bilateral meeting with new Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Dec 05 21:33

Huge: Monsanto Going to Trial for Crimes Against Humanity

Waking Times

Several activist groups joined by food and farming experts are suing Monsanto for their crimes against humanity.

Dec 03 14:57

Do Not Be Impressed by Mark Zuckerberg’s Phony Generosity

Exact phrasing: the stock, currently worth $45 billion, will be donated “during [he and his wife’s] lives.” He’s 31 and she’s 30, so actuarial tables being what they are, by approximately the year 2065.

If Facebook or the Internet or the earth still exist.

Whoop de doo.

Dec 03 12:36

GMO Monsanto To Be Put On Trial For Crimes Against Nature And Humanity

Has the ‘genetically-modified-worm’ turned and not in favor of GMO giant Monsanto?

Dec 03 06:17

Somehow there are ALWAYS training drills going on around the time of an attack. ALWAYS

Yes, this woman actually texted, “Drill started.” She recognized the pattern of movement that law enforcement has drilled countless times before. It’s the same thing they’ve been drilling for every single month.

Dec 02 17:33

Obama's Organizing for Action Group: 'Call Out the Climate Change Deniers'

Yes! I'm willing to rat out my friends and neighbors when they don't cow-tow to the global warming fraud/global depopulation agenda!

Dec 02 15:45

San Bernardino Shooting: Police Scanner Said Be On The Lookout For "Hispanic or Middle Eastern Males," Media Omits Info

A retired NYPD Police officer who consults on LibertyFight.com stories has alerted us that the local police scanner had a "BOLO" (Be on the lookout for) "Hispanic or Middle Eastern males." The corporate media has completely ignored this key info. Perhaps it's not politically correct. Our source added: "Active shooting underway. Confirmed by local PD. A police training exercise was ongoing nearby. CHP is describing suspects as "Hispanic or Middle Eastern males" Fled in "Black SUV." 180- 200 shots fired in total. Listening to the CHP dispatch, while watching CNN, gives one a 1st hand lesson in media shaping. The anti-gun meme is already being anchored....."

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Dec 02 09:09

Death From Medical Mistakes And Corruption In The Health Industry

In the USA alone it has been estimated that at least 210,000 patients died from medical mistakes in a year making this the third leading cause of death while heart disease is the first and cancer comes second. Can the above figure be used to expose the corruption in medicine? The…

Dec 01 17:33

Boeing Avoided Nearly $20 Million in Sales Taxes Last Year

Boeing avoided nearly $20 million in sales taxes last year thanks to tax breaks approved by politicians to keep the aerospace giant building jets in Everett.

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Dec 01 07:43

WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW CAN HURT YOU: ANTIBIOTIC DRUGS IN FAST FOOD

The results are in, and the word is out. Consumers are worried about antibiotics in their food – and rightly so. The market is beginning to respond, but much more action is needed still. With more than half of Americans’ food expenses coming from outside the grocery store, restaurant chains have a large influence over the meat we eat. Let’s hope they recognize that responsibility.

Dec 01 07:36

Triumph of digital toxicology: why the US won't regulate deadly chemicals

A six-month investigation finds that the revolving door between government and the chemical industry has led the EPA to rely on easily manipulated toxicology research carried out entirely on computers - and this 'in silico' science often trumps both biology and epidemiology when it comes to regulatory action, or lack of it. The result? Toxic substances remain in everyday products.

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Nov 30 14:09

Bankers Reap Forfeited Souls As Millions Turn to Prostitution: “Viagra Costs 4x The Cost of P***y”

At one level, it pure economics. The Greek people have been squeezed. Their economy has been sold at auction, and everything is breaking down. In tandem, Greece is seeing a spike in prostitution at such a skyrocketing rate and a shocking decline of human value:

Paul Craig Roberts writes:

The plummeting living standards forced on the Greek people by German chancellor Merkel and the European banks have forced large numbers of young Greek women into prostitution. The large increase in the supply of women offering sexual services has dropped the price to 4 euros an hour. That’s $4.24, enough for a cheese pie or a sandwich, the value that bankster-imposed austerity has placed on an hour’s use of a woman’s body. The half hour price is $2.12. They don’t even get the minimum wage.

Read more at SHTFplan.com

Nov 30 11:00

7 holiday scams and how to protect yourself

More than half of shoppers (52%) are concerned about identity theft this holiday season, according to a survey of more than 1,000 U.S. consumers by the credit union TransUnion. And they should be: The holiday season is prime time for scammers and identity thieves who hope to cash out as people become preoccupied with gift-buying, festivities and travel.

Here are seven scams and ways you can avoid being suckered:

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And all of them clearly beyond the ability of the NSA to find and stop!

Nov 30 10:22

AMAZON UNVEILS NEW DRONE PROTOTYPE FOR 30-MINUTE DELIVERIES; GOOGLE SEEKS DRONE DELIVERIES BY 2017

Drone delivery is coming, and faster than most think. Time Magazine disagrees. Time proclaims Here’s Why Drone Delivery Won’t Be Reality Any Time Soon Time notes the FAA will not have anything to do with autonomous deliveries other than line-of-sight, but I expect regulations will be worked out soon enough. Countries like Canada and the UK are ahead of the US in addressing regulations, and history suggests that such pressure and demand from consumers is all it will take to get the US to catch up.

Nov 30 08:59

Former CIA Deputy Director gives stunning reason why Obama has not attacked ISIS’ oil infrastructure

As we pointed out a week ago, even before the downing of the Russian jet by a Turkish F-16, the most important question that nobody had asked about ISIS is where is the funding for the terrorist organization coming from, and more importantly, since everyone tacitly knows where said funding is coming from (as we have revealed in an ongoing series of posts “Meet The Man Who Funds ISIS: Bilal Erdogan, The Son Of Turkey’s President“, “How Turkey Exports ISIS Oil To The World: The Scientific Evidence” and “ISIS Oil Trade Full Frontal: “Raqqa’s Rockefellers”, Bilal Erdogan, KRG Crude, And The Israel Connection“)

Nov 30 07:39

Report: VW execs knew about fuel economy, emissions cheating a year ago

Volkswagen's outgoing CEO, Martin Winterkorn, knew about the company's emissions and fuel economy cheating a full year before they became public knowledge, the German newspaper Bild am Sonntag reports.

The newspaper reports that VW stopped selling the Polo TDI BlueMotion back in spring 2015 because it had discovered that its actual fuel economy was 18 percent below its official rating. At the time, VW claimed that it pulled the Polo because of "subdued demand."

Bild, citing "sources close to Winterkorn," says that Winterkorn knew about this fuel economy discrepancy back in spring 2015. Furthermore, Bild says that VW's top executives knew about fuel economy and emissions issues with its other cars a year ago.

Nov 29 19:30

Cooking With Chlorinated Water May Harm Your Health

Waking Times

Researchers at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Nanjing University in China have presented study results showing that cooking with chloraminated water potentially creates and puts harmful toxins into food, especially when the food is cooked with iodized table salt.

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Nov 29 08:38

ADHD Drug Ritalin® Reviewed By The Cochrane Library

This is a “heads up” and “take notice” recommendation for parents whose children routinely are taking the most frequently prescribed ADHD prescription drug Ritalin®. Late in November of 2015, the prestigious Cochrane Library issued its report “Benefits and harms of methylphenidate for children and adolescents with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)”, which…

Nov 28 09:20

Walmart worked with Lockheed Martin, FBI to spy on workers fighting for fair wages—but the protests continue

The Analytical Research Center, or ARC, is part of Walmart’s global security division. Ken Senser, a former FBI officer, oversees the entire group. The executive responsible for ARC was Steve Dozier, according to Casey’s testimony. He was director of the Arkansas State Police before he joined Walmart in 2007. “When we received word of potential strikes and disruptive activity on Black Friday 2012, that’s when we started to ask the ARC to work with us,” Casey said during her testimony. “ARC had contracted with Lockheed leading up to Black Friday to help source open social media sites.”

Nov 28 08:43

Jeff Nielson: Silver’s thirty year mystery

Jeff Nielson, Bullion Bulls Canada, recently penned “Thirty Years of Silver Supply Deficit“. After diving into this article I thought it would be a good idea to have Jeff explain some of this to a larger audience. Steve St. Angelo, SRSrocco Report, was the spark for Jeff’s analysis, when Steve penned OFFICIAL RELEASE: World Silver Deficits –12 Years Running Mr. St. Angelo reviewed the past twelve years and that was the missing piece that Jeff needed to tie all of his work together.

Nov 27 10:53

This Company Is Boycotting the Black Friday Madness (And Going Viral): “Spend the Day Outside”

Far too many Americans are trapped inside the consumer-holiday matrix and are desperate for fresh air.

Outdoor retailers REI have sparked a revolution against the Black Friday consumer madness by encouraging people to connect with nature instead of electronics and holiday deals.

The camping, hiking and cycling giant are officially shutting their doors this Black Friday and paying its 12,000 employees for a day off where they can #OptOutside and visit parks or enjoy the Great Outdoors.

Read more at SHTFplan.com

Nov 27 07:46

Freezing Cold Thanksgiving Day: Stuck In An Ice Storm In Middle-Of-Nowhere Oklahoma

Imagine you're rolling down the road in a big rig, but you're not the driver- you're in the back, comfortable sleeping in your bed while your wife is driving. Then imagine she shouts your name, waking you up as the 80,000 lb. rig starts to drift uncontrollably on the black ice. That's what happened to me last night on Highway 287 North, just outside of Texas. Happy 'global warming!'

Nov 26 18:55

Volkswagen & Others Cheat Because Regulators Are Toothless and Worse

It’s not just Volkswagen and it’s not just motor manufacturers. The same sort of behaviour can be seen in many other industries -- and of course in the banks as well.

A common feature is the weakness of the regulators. The EPA should be ashamed that it was not they but a small NGO that discovered what Volkswagen were up to. Where was the EPA when this was going on? They seem to have seen their role as purely bureaucratic: the manufacturer would have its vehicles tested at a testing station of their own choosing and pass the numbers to the EPA who would tick an appropriate box. Had the EPA been doing the tests themselves, someone might have wondered about the results just as John German of the ICCT did [1].

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Nov 25 17:11

New Study Shows Why You Should Never Use Tap Water In Your Humidifiers And Diffusers

There are between 80,000 – 120,000 products with industrial chemicals and heavy metals that are virtually unregulated – to which the modern world is now exposed. One glass of tap water can contain 12 major chemicals and heavy metals, plus hundreds of other toxic residues that seep into the water tables…

Nov 25 16:35

Black Friday: The threat from within

I don’t mean to sound uncaring or cold-hearted this is just another sign of our derelict society.

Who is the bigger threat, ISIS or the people stampeding at the local super-center on black Friday?

Nov 25 16:20

The Grinch that stole Christmas

The usual holiday cheer that underpins the throngs of shoppers may be missing this season.

Nov 25 12:57

China Opening “The World’s Biggest Animal Cloning Factory”

The world’s biggest animal “cloning factory” is due to open in China, producing one million calves a year, sniffer dogs and even genetic copies of the family pet.

Nov 25 12:50

The Iodine Crisis

The Iodine Crisis by Lynne Farrow (Book Review)

After I retired from radiology and returned to clinical medicine in 2004, I attended medical meetings and listened to David Brownstein MD and George Flechas MD speaking about the health benefits of Iodine supplementation.

Iodine is the answer to fibrocystic breast disease. Iodine is the answer for breast cancer prevention. Iodine is the answer I should have been giving to all the women over the years I worked in the hospital X-ray department, but didn’t.

So I am making up for it now.
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Nov 24 14:27

‘Online book burning’ has begun, author claims ‘censorship’

Jim Fetzer, Ph.D., the author of the controversial book Nobody Died at Sandy Hook is calling Amazon’s alleged censorship of his book “absurd.” Fetzer claims the company approved his book for publication back in October then later reserved their right to remove it from their website once it became a “sensation.”

Nov 24 13:18

Big Sugar And Corn Refiners Association Collide In Settlement Over “Corn Sugar” Name

A group of sugar companies and corn refiners said Friday that they settled a false advertising court battle over the refiners’ attempt to call high fructose corn syrup “corn sugar.” The Sugar Association, Western Sugar Cooperative and other sugar companies sued Corn Refiners Association and corn refining companies in…

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