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Jun 20 08:35

Whooping cough outbreak strikes school with unvaccinated child... what happened next will never be reported by the CDC

The true test of their lifestyle came in 1996, when a boy in her son's fourth grade class came down with whooping cough (also known as pertussis), despite him being fully vaccinated. She admits that several worries took hold during this time, chief among them whether or not her son would come down with the illness. This was compounded by the concern that authorities would force her to vaccinate her kids or even take them away; we've all heard those horror stories, too.

Whooping cough eventually became a full-fledged epidemic in their town, with officials considering closing schools down altogether until it passed, as immunized children left and right came down with the disease. Parents couldn't understand why their vaccinated kids were getting sick anyway.

What happened to Toby's kids? The answer might surprise you: nothing. They never came down with whooping cough like their vaccinated peers, and they escaped the epidemic unscathed.

Jun 20 07:45

KELLOGG COMPANY VOLUNTARILY RECALLS CERTAIN SNACKS FOR POTENTIAL UNDECLARED PEANUT RESIDUE DUE TO FLOUR SUPPLIER RECALL

Kellogg Company (NYSE: K) today announced that it is voluntarily recalling certain varieties and limited dates of production of Mother's®, Keebler®, Kellogg's® Special K® brownies, Murray® and Famous Amos® snacks and cookies because they may contain undeclared peanut residue. Kellogg initiated the recall after its supplier, Grain Craft, recalled wheat flour that has the potential to contain low levels of peanut residue.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This would not be a problem in the first place had the vaccine companies not decided to use peanut oil as a vaccine adjuvant, triggering the explosive rise of peanut anaphylaxis in the population!

Jun 19 18:07

The GMO Big Lie Dies on the Vine

By Jon Rappoport

The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) is one the most prestigious mainstream groups in America ... so you’d think the major media would dutifully parrot every NAS pronouncement. And with few exceptions, you’d be right.

Here is an exception. In May, the NAS issued a comprehensive report: “Genetically Engineered Crops: Experiences and Prospects.” The report’s key finding takes in the entire period of US cultivation of GMO crops...

Jun 19 18:05

Big Trick Hybrid Op at Orlando or just another Sandy Hoax?

Some of these events have plenty of real dead people. Some of these events are totally staged with no dead people. And some are hybrids with real dead people and staged events all rolled into one to keep everybody utterly confused!

Could it be that the KM/EH deployed a new hybrid form of false-flag, one that used both really dead victims and really stupid obvious crisis actors and staged phony victims afterwards? Could it be that they figured they could set a big trap and later release actual photos and autopsies and death certificates on some real victims?

A hybrid false-flag with both some real dead victims and some stupid looking phony crisis actors to provide the appearance that the whole op was virtual only with no dead, would serve a very big trick, if it could be sold both ways — First as a phony op to the researchers, and later as a real op to everyone by releasing real incontrovertible evidence later of actual dead victims.

Jun 19 13:48

Scott Adams: How to Un-Hypnotize a Rabid Anti-Trumper

Just for fun, I’ve un-hypnotized several rabid anti-Trumpers lately. It takes less than ten minutes, requires nothing but conversation, and you can probably pull it off just by reading how I did it. Here’s how.

Jun 19 11:06

Revitalize your health with the cancer-fighting properties of baking soda and lemon

Focusing on the science of alkaline-forming foods is crucial for preventing cancer

Jun 19 10:35

Lawsuit accuses EPA of awarding 'independent' scientists $190M in taxpayer grants to fake air quality data

A free market legal group is suing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for allegedly stacking a scientific advisory panel on air pollution with researchers who had received more than $190 million in grants from the agency.

Jun 19 08:03

BEX ALERT!: Want to invest in America? Former Donald Trump adviser says candidate might drop out for $150M

Rebellious Republican delegates are trying to figure out how to change the convention rules so they can make a last-stand revolt against Donald Trump's presidential nomination in Cleveland next month.

They might be better off passing the hat among all their friends.

On Friday, Politico reporter Ben Schreckinger tweeted that a "former Trump adviser" speculated that a big payday would convince the presumptive GOP nominee to abandon his unusual campaign and go back to real-estate deals and reality TV.

Jun 19 07:57

Syrian Army demolishes rebel building in Zamalka

The SAA reduces the terrorist strong point by tunneling under the building and placing tons of HE under the building and detonating it!

Jun 18 15:00

Any Skill Level Of Art Quickly Reduces Stress Levels

Cortisol lowers significantly after just 45 minutes of art creation, Drexel University finds…

Jun 18 14:59

Russian defense minister meets Assad, inspects Khmeimim airbase in Syria

Putin's answer to Kerry's state department memo.

Russia’s Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu has visited Syria where he met with President Bashar Assad and inspected the Khmeimim air base, the Russian military said on Saturday. Shoigu and Assad discussed military cooperation and fight against terrorism.
Shoigu has met with the Syrian leader upon the request of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Defense Ministry’s spokesman Major-General Igor Konashenkov said in a statement.

The minister inspected Russian Khmeimim air base in Latakia Province and also inspected the S-400 anti-aircraft missile system deployed there.

The visit was not previously announced.

Jun 18 13:36

Microsoft Jumps in the Weed Game, Kohl-Welles Wants the County to Police Pesticides on Pot, and More

Forget Big Pharma and Big Tobacco. Microsoft is getting into the weed game. KIND Financial, a Los Angeles-based cannabis compliance software company, announced yesterday that it is partnering with Microsoft to launch a seed-to-sale tracking program.

Given the nascent state of the seed-to-sale traceability software industry, we may be witnessing the birth of its proverbial 800-pound gorilla.

Jun 18 11:34

The American Cancer Society:  Running WITH the Money and AWAY From the Cure - Part 1

The American Cancer Society (ACS) made news waves when they disputed the findings of the President's Cancer Panel on the role of toxins in causing cancer. Though the new report echoes what other experts have maintained for years, the ACS went out of its way to attack the report and downplay the role of toxins. Many critics have questioned the ACS's motives apparent conflicts of interest due to numerous ACS ties to chemical industries influence and donations.

The scope of the ACS failure to act is illustrated by increases in a wide range of cancers, including:

Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma has increased 76 percent mostly due to phenoxy herbicides and phenylenediamine hair dyes.

Testicular cancer has increased by 49 percent due to pesticides, harmful ingredients in personal care products and estrogen residues in meat.

Malignant melanoma has increased by 168 percent due to the use of toxic sunscreen products that fail to block long wave ultraviolet light.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF in fact these numbers are true (which, having read this blog reasonably consistently, I would bet they are), the ACS is doing an horrifically lousy job in protecting Americans against cancer.

Jun 18 11:28

After years of industry delay, formaldehyde and styrene added to carcinogens list

After years of delay due to intense pressure from the chemical industry, the government finally added formaldehyde and styrene - two of the worlds mostly widely used chemicals - to its list of known and probable carcinogens this month. Formaldehyde is widely used in plywood, particle board, mortuaries and hair salons. Styrene is found in styrofoam containers and is widely used in boat manufacturing.

Government scientists said that while frequent and intense exposures in manufacturing plants was much more worrisome than the intermittent contact that most consumers have, consumers should nevertheless still avoid contact with formaldehyde and styrene, which were added along with six other chemicals to the government’s official Report on Carcinogens.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

FINALLY!! As someone who has massive chemical sensitivities, particularly to formaldehyde precursors, I am delighted that these statements about these products have been made by the US government.

For half a decade, my doctors, at what was considered, at the time, a respectable HMO, never gave me the one test which could have alleviated my pain and suffering; a test for chemical sensitivities.

And to people out there with pain in your hands and feet which do not show a root cause on an x-ray, ask your physician to give you this test; what may be needed in this case is to clear out anything in your home containing chemicals to which you are sensitive, which in my case, were formaldehyde precursors.

And if, rather than sign off on giving the test, they suggest some pain medication which is "off list" for your condition, ask them if they are being financially compensated for writing you that prescription by the drug manufacturers who manufacture the pain meds.

That is precisely what happened to me, and the lack of real interest in what was actually causing the pain was a mystery to me, until I realized that the doctors who had prescribed this pain medication were getting compensated by the drug company making the drug, and very suddenly, they were unceremoniously dumped off my HMO's roster.

Jun 18 09:31

HILLARY CAUGHT UP IN DEADLY-DRUG SCANDAL

There appears to be substantial evidence that Hillary Clinton, while secretary of state, was responsible for the nomination of a woman, who had given substantial contributions to the political campaigns of Hillary Clinton, as Food and Drug Administration (FDA) commissioner. Her name is Margaret Hamburg, and her husband, Peter Brown, also had his company, Renaissance Technologies, contribute to the Clinton Foundation and other so-called charities. Thus, it is likely that Hillary got Hamburg, who hails from New York City, her job.

Jun 18 09:30

American Medical Association Warns of Health and Safety Problems from “White” LED Street Lights

By Richard G. ‘Bugs’ Stevens, University of Connecticut

The American Medical Association (AMA) has just adopted an official policy statement about street lighting: cool it and dim it.

The statement, adopted unanimously at the AMA’s annual meeting in Chicago on June 14, comes in response to the rise of new LED street lighting sweeping the country. An AMA committee issued guidelines on how communities can choose LED streetlights to “minimize potential harmful human health and environmental effects.”...

Jun 18 09:28

Hillary's on Stroke Medication: Is She at Risk?

California physician Dr. David K. Cundiff says he "believes Hillary Clinton's use of the drug could be more life-threatening to her than the possibility of a recurring blood clot." But could the reason for taking it be something other than recurring blood clots?

We know that Hillary fell and, we were told, sustained a concussion in December of 2012, just a few days before she was scheduled to testify at the Benghazi hearings. Could that incident have been caused by a stroke?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Then there is that Fresnel prism in her eyeglasses, showing that she suffers from double vision, another symptom of a stroke!

Jun 18 08:37

Odds Hillary Won Without Widespread Fraud: 1 in 77 Billion Says Berkeley, Stanford Studies

Widespread allegations of election fraud and voter suppression across the United States during the 2016 Democratic Primary has sparked the interest of several academic researchers and what they discovered in their research is disturbing.

The researchers each performed independent studies in which a few different statistical was applied to analyze various subsets of vote data and of the studies came to the same conclusion.

Namely that Hillary’s win was could have only been possible a result of widespread election fraud.

In fact, one of the statistical models applied by Standford University researcher Rodolfo Cortes Barragan to a subset of the data found that the probability of the “huge discrepancies” of which “nearly all are in favor of Hillary Clinton

Jun 18 08:08

Ohio Legalizes Medical Marijuana

Way to go Ohio.

You’re almost there. Governor and former presidential candidate John Kasich recently announced that he signed Ohio House Bill 523 into law.

The bill “authorizes the use of marijuana for medical purposes and establishes the Medical Marijuana Control Program,” his office stated.

Ohio has a love-hate relationship with medical pot though. So does Kasich.

Jun 17 16:57

State Bans Third Party Solar to Protect Corporate Masters — Effectively Killing Homegrown Renewable Energy

By Justin Gardner

As solar and other renewable energy sources rapidly expand in the market, with prices continually dropping and technology exponentially improving, fossil fuel-based corporate behemoths are scrambling to protect their monopolies...

Jun 17 15:52

No Fables, We Want Labels – March Against Monsanto 2016

On May 21, 2016, Houston, Texas stood in solidarity with tens of thousands of activists around the world for the “March Against Monsanto.”

Monsanto is a biotechnology corporation known for owning highly controversial patents on seeds and for introducing genetically modified organisms (GMOs) into the world’s food supply. They also produce Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup. Roundup is a toxic herbicide that is widely distributed and sprayed on crops all over the world. Currently, the EPA and WHO are unable to agree on the threat of Glyphosate to public health.

Jun 17 12:32

In Defense of Self-Defense

Most of the mass killings by gun in the United States in recent years—Columbine, Virginia Tech, Aurora, Newtown, Charleston, San Bernardino, and now Orlando—took place in venues where local or state law prohibited carrying guns, even by those lawfully licensed to do so. The government cheerfully calls these venues "gun-free zones." They should be called killing zones.

As unspeakable and horrific as is the recent slaughter in Orlando, it has become just another example of the tragic consequences of government's interfering with the exercise of fundamental liberties. After a while, these events cease to shock; but they should not cease to cause us to re-examine what the government has done to us.

Jun 17 10:16

Brazil Bans Imports Of U.S. GMO Crops

Brazil have placed a ban on U.S. imports of genetically modified crops from entering the country.

The news comes as an increasing number of countries have begun imposing trade regulations on GM goods around the world.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Bomb them until they love our GMO!" -- Monsatan

Jun 17 09:38

Refugees double TB cases in Texas

Newly arrived refugees have doubled the incidence of tuberculosis in Texas, Watchdog.org has learned.

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Jun 17 08:31

Tragic: Vibrant 18-year-old sneaks out of party to commit suicide four weeks after starting antidepressants

A recent review published in the British Medical Journal showed that antidepressants may double the risk of suicide and aggression in children.

Professor Peter Gotzsche, lead author of the study said: "Antidepressants don't work in children, that is pretty clear. In the randomized trials, children say that they don't work for them, but they increase their risk of suicide."

Jun 17 08:29

Long-term cannabis use NOT associated with health problems, study finds

The debate over whether the benefits of marijuana use are worth the risks continues to rage, as more and more states make moves to legalize it. While much remains unknown about its effects, a group of researchers recently made an important discovery that should lay some doubts to rest: Long-term marijuana use does not lead to any physical health problems. In fact, the only issue the researchers were able to link it to was a higher incidence of gum disease. For many people facing serious issues such as cancer and epilepsy who turn to marijuana, this news will be highly welcomed.

Jun 17 08:27

NSA surveillance extends to biomedical implants including pacemakers to collect data on unsuspecting Americans

Maybe it's something in the water at the National Security Agency, but for some reason, officials there just can't seem to get enough of spying on us by continually expanding their surveillance dragnet.

As reported by The New American, the agency is now looking into possibly stealing data from Internet-connected biomedical devices like pacemakers, according to the NSA's deputy director, Richard Ledgett.

"We're looking at it sort of theoretically from a research point of view right now," Ledgett told the attendees of the 2016 Defense One Tech Summit, held June 10 in Washington, D.C. Defense One is a defense/national security oriented news and information website.

Jun 17 08:14

TEXAS CITY WHERE COPS SHOT WALMART HOSTAGE-TAKER FLOODED WITH REFUGEES

Amarillo is bursting at the seams with foreign refugees, from Africa, Asia and the Middle East, and its mayor has pleaded repeatedly with the government to stop sending refugees to his city.

But they keep coming.

The schools are stretched, and the local police department is having a hard time getting a handle on the rising crime.

On Tuesday, it was just another example. Mohammad Moghaddan, a Somali refugee, was shot and killed by sheriff’s deputies after he had taken two Walmart employees hostage.

“Refugee resettlement is not about ‘humanitarianism’! It is about globalists and greedy industries wanting to improve their bottom lines – the social and economic condition of your towns and cities be damned,” Corcoran wrote in a recent blog.

Jun 17 08:11

Losing Control: The Dangers of Killer Robots

By Bonnie Docherty, Harvard University

New technology could lead humans to relinquish control over decisions to use lethal force. As artificial intelligence advances, the possibility that machines could independently select and fire on targets is fast approaching. Fully autonomous weapons, also known as “killer robots,” are quickly moving from the realm of science fiction toward reality...

Jun 17 07:50

Russia wants Hyperloop for super-fast transport in Far East, seeks Chinese funds

The Hyperloop was first proposed in 2013 by US billionaire Elon Musk as an up-to-date open-sourced concept. Based on long-standing, but previously unviable ideas, the system would transport people and goods in capsules through a global network of pneumatic tubes at speeds up to 1280 kilometers per hour (800 mph). In May, Russian Railways said it was considering using a Hyperloop for transporting freight.

Jun 17 07:31

Robert DeNiro Debates Autism's Link To Vaccines | TODAY

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Start at 2:30

Jun 17 06:45

UK Shale Gas Company Plans to Dump Wastewater Into Sea

UK shale gas company INEOS Shale may discharge water used in the fracking process at its UK sites into the sea, local media said Wednesday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Not satisfied with having wrecked the Gulf of Mexico, the oil companies will now make all the fish in the North Sea unsafe to eat!

Jun 17 05:01

Feds Quietly Consider Reviving EPA’s Human Testing Program

The National Academies of Sciences (NAS) met five times behind closed doors this past year to discuss the possibility of reviving Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) experiments exposing humans to harmful air pollutants.

NAS is examining the findings of a 2014 EPA inspector general reporting, which found the agency had exposed human test subjects to ostensibly deadly air pollutants without disclosing the risk of death or the total amounts of pollutants subjects would have to inhale.

But the lack of public participation in the study has Steve Milloy worried EPA could be trying to revive its “potentially illegal” testing regime, which has exposed children, asthmatics and people with heart disease to concentrated doses of pollutants.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I would very strongly and politely suggest to the NAS that they experiment only upon themselves and their kids, and not risk the health of even one member of the general public in what has to be and illegal and immoral program of testing these pollutants.

Jun 16 23:52

Geothermal vent springs into life (after 30yrs)

A deep geothermal vent has sprung into life near Rotorua after laying dormant for more than 30 years.

The Mud Rift in the Waimangu Volcanic Valley, about 25km south of Rotorua, erupted last month, releasing steam and water into the surrounding area.

GNS Science Volcanologist Brad Scott said the eruption seemed to be mainly steam and fine sands.

"There is lots of evidence of fluids flooding in to the rift, especially at the west end. Vegetation nearby is stressed and browning off, but is not damaged by the eruption. There is also some evidence of collapse around the edges of the two smaller vents."

Mr Scott said it had appeared to be a short-lived eruption.

The Mud Rift is a 36m long, 5-6m wide, and 15m deep geothermal vent in Raupo Pond Crater, formed in the June 1886 Tarawera eruption.

Jun 16 22:23

Scotland Just Banned Fracking Forever

Waking Times Media

In one fell swoop, Scotland banned fracking — permanently — when parliament narrowly voted in favor of cementing the country’s temporary moratorium on the controversial practice.

Jun 16 19:45

Feds Quietly Consider Reviving EPA’s Human Testing Program

NAS is examining the findings of a 2014 EPA inspector general reporting, which found the agency had exposed human test subjects to ostensibly deadly air pollutants without disclosing the risk of death or the total amounts of pollutants subjects would have to inhale

Jun 16 16:14

Is This New Reform A Toxic Waste?

There should’ve been an overhaul in how we regulate toxic chemicals years ago. Like when the 2010 President’s Cancer Panel report concluded that babies are now born “pre-polluted.” Or when it came to light that a common flame retardant used in household items actually causes cancer.

Jun 16 15:58

Could some symptoms of autism be reversed with probiotics? Bacteria in breast milk and yoghurt 'cuts antisocial behaviour'

A bacteria found in breast milk and probiotic yoghurt may be able to reverse some symptoms of autism, a study has found.

The absence of a single type of bacteria in the gut has been linked to causing autistic traits such as problems with social interaction.

But scientists discovered that by 'adding them back to the gut,' they were able to reverse some of the symptoms of the disease.

Jun 16 12:39

Navy SEAL Reveals How To Survive The Coming Collapse: “Dust Off Your Preps, It’s Grid Down”

Economic disaster on this scale has not been seen in many decades, and most of those who are alive now have idea what it will really be like. But it is coming.

Read more at SHTF

Jun 16 12:38

Scott Adams: Persuasion Think-ahead

How powerful is this method of persuasion?

I recently turned a Trump-hating Muslim into a Trump-liker in about two weeks. It took ten minutes of conversation in person, followed by two weeks of confirmation bias that happened on its own. That’s purely anecdotal, but consistent with what I expected from the persuasion method I used.

Jun 16 12:31

CDC Covered Up “Catastrophic Failures": At Level-4 Biosafety Labs Containing Ebola and Smallpox

How safe are the government’s BSL-4 labs containing some of the world’s most deadly pathogens?

Turns out, not anywhere near as safe as you’d hope.

Encased in spacesuit-like gear needed to protect them from the world’s deadliest viruses, four scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stepped into their lab’s decontamination chamber where a shower of chemicals was supposed to kill anything on them and make it safe for them to exit into an adjacent changing room.

Read more at SHTFplan

Jun 16 10:05

VAXXED Documentary Explored with Filmmakers on Antidote

Jun 16 09:51

The top 7 strangest, literally mind-blowing vaccine ingredients

1. Monkey Kidney Cells
2. Latex
3. Mycoplasma
4. Artificial Sweeteners!
5. Ammonium Sulfate
6. Monosodium Glutamate
7. Peanut Oil

Jun 16 09:48

Beyonce, Justin Timberlake and other celebs paid MILLIONS to endorse cancer-causing junk foods

Imagine, for instance, signing a $50 million to promote Pepsi products? Or $6 million just to utter three words on behalf of McDonald's, "I'm lovin' it"? Beyonce managed the first deal; Justin Timberlake the second.

In fact, a recent study published in the journal Pediatrics described lucrative endorsement deals of 65 music celebrities, most of them hawking some of junkiest of junk foods and unhealthiest of sugary drinks.

Stars like Maroon 5, Britney Spears, Timberlake and others promoted 57 different food and beverage brands that ranged from Pop-Tarts to Pepsi, energy drinks to pizza.

Jun 16 09:44

European Union officials outraged by glyphosate opposition as Germany, Italy and France refuse to relicense herbicide

Within a matter of weeks, glyphosate, the primary ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup, declared a likely human carcinogen by the World Health Organization last spring, may no longer be approved for use in Europe.

Jun 16 09:36

McCain Beaten as Senate Allows Pentagon Space Launches Using Russian Rocket Engines

The Pentagon would be allowed to purchase up to 18 Russian-made rockets to launch spy satellites into orbit through 2022, under a deal the Senate passed Tuesday as part of a defense policy bill.

Senate Armed Services Chairman John McCain, R-Ariz., had pushed to wean the Defense Department off the RD-180 engines immediately, saying the purchases send millions of dollars to Russian President Vladimir Putin "and his cronies.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Can you build a better rocket engine, John? Then shut the @#$% up!

Jun 16 09:23

Does Nasa's 'fuel-free' thruster have an invisible exhaust? Theory may explain EmDrive that could take humans to Mars in 10 weeks

An 'impossible' fuel-free engine, that could take humans to Mars in just 10 weeks, has been shown to work - but no one knows why.

The so-called EmDrive creates thrust by bouncing microwaves around in an enclosed chamber, and uses only solar power.

Many argue the concept is simply hype, suggesting the design goes against the laws of physics.

Now, a group of scientists claim they have a new theory that could explain exactly how the EmDrive would work.

Jun 16 09:03

Scientists Are Using Corporate Funds to Rewrite the Human Genome From Scratch

By Chris “Kikila” Perrin

When it comes to science, discovering something new is perhaps one of the fundamental motivators for research. For the most part, the impact these discoveries have are mostly centered within the scientific community, or tend to become a link in a long chain of discovery. Yet when it comes to the potential to write a human genome, from nothing, the implication is a little broader...

Jun 16 08:38

Life-Forming Molecule Discovered In Deep Space May Hold Key To Life On Earth

Scientists are one step closer to proving we’re all made of stars with the discovery of a complex life-forming molecule in deep space. A chiral molecule essential for life was detected in a giant gas cloud 390 light years away from the Milky Way’s center.

Jun 16 08:18

New Study: First Commercialized GM Crop Was Toxic to Farm Animals over Long-Term

After all these court cases ended, Prof Séralini gained access to veterinary records and to very complete archived data for each cow, as well as to the testimony of the farmer, who holds a Master’s degree in Agricultural Sciences. For the first time ever, an analysis of these data has been published. The analysis, by Prof Séralini and the farmer, Gottfried Glöckner, appears in the peer-reviewed Scholarly Journal of Agricultural Sciences [Glöckner & Séralini, SJAS, 2016]

New scientific data on Bt toxins and a thorough study of the records show that this GMO Bt maize is most probably toxic over the long term.

This study reveals once again the urgent need for specific labeling of the identity and quantity of GMOs, especially in food and feed. Long-term testing of GM food and the pesticides they are designed to contain must be carried out and made public. This is now more essential than ever.

Jun 16 08:01

Doctor Vows “No More Vaccines” at his Practice after Attending The AutismOne Conference

“As the five day conference unfolded, reports began to circulate telling the story of numerous medical professionals who began to understand that they have been lied to. Perhaps lured to the Chicago AutismOne conference by the mainstream success of the film Vaxxed, these doctors, nurses and researchers were eager to debunk vaccine injury and numerous whistleblower admissions once and for all — most experienced a rapid and painful learning curve.

“…one thing for certain, Dr. Kalb will never be the same family physician again. The proof of his transformation can be observed by reading the latest public release from his Cool Springs Tennessee family practice titled “No More Vaccines at Cool Springs Family Medicine”.”

Jun 15 21:53

Authoritarian Control and Mass Murder In America The Hegelian Dialectic Way

This article will demonstrate how New World Order globalists and their neocon puppets in Washington have consistently employed this repeating cycle of the Hegelian Dialectic consisting of the problem (originally called thesis), reaction (anti-thesis) and solution (synthesis) during this century’s federal governmental domestic policies. Inasmuch as US Empire virtually controls all Western nations as well as nearly all Third World nations, this insidious undemocratic process is unfolding globally on the geopolitical chessboard with the ultimate objective of establishing one world government tyranny.

This endless do-loop application stateside will be analyzed to demonstrate how the feds have amplified and concocted a “homegrown” enemy of radicalized violent extremists to intentionally include millions of non-violent, law abiding US citizens as the identified problem.

Jun 15 18:40

Brazil Has Now Refused All Imports of U.S. Grown Genetically Modified Crops

By Christina Sarich

The list of countries refusing Monsanto’s genetically modified crops continues to grow. Highlighting the world divide on the issue, Brazil recently refused all U.S.-grown GM crops. While we are continuously force fed genetically modified foods — since they are in approximately 80 percent of all packaged, conventional foods in grocery stores in America — other countries are refusing to import them, grow them, or sell them within their borders...

Jun 15 17:12

15 Ways To Prepare for a Rogue Wave of Collapse

By Gaye Levy

Spend ten minutes on the Web surfing the key words “prepping skills” and you will be presented with site after site preaching the gospel of prepping for the time when the stuff hits the fan, something we commonly call SHTF. The truth is it is a bit bittersweet to see so many of us planning for a major meltdown of our economy, food supply, power grid, country, society, and quite possibly our planet.

Call it a feeling or an intuitive guess, but it is as though we are preparing for a huge rogue wave that will hit at any moment. There is a huge, 100-foot wall of disaster that is zooming toward us. We don’t know what is coming or when, but we know in our gut that it is on its way. And so we prepare...

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Jun 15 13:53

‘New era of astronomy’: Gravitational waves detected for 2nd time, backing up theory of relativity

Scientists from the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) have announced they have detected gravitational waves from a pair of colliding black holes for the second time, thus backing up the theory of general relativity.

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There is a story that when Einstein was touring the newly-built 100 inch telescope at Mount Wilson, his wife asked what it was for. Told it was built to discover the shape of the universe, Einstein's wife replied, "Oh, my husband already did that on the back of an old envelope!"

Jun 15 13:31

Report: New evidence of rising 'Obamacare' premiums

Premiums for popular low-cost medical plans under the federal health care law are expected to go up an average of 11 percent next year, said a study that reinforced reports of sharp increases around the country in election season.

Jun 15 13:26

Confirmed: Renowned Physician Jeff Bradstreet Who Linked Vaccines to Autism Was Murdered

Bradstreet’s younger brother noted that while it would be easy to say the murder was a conspiracy due to his controversial (and highly effective) work, they can’t yet say for sure, adding that they must know for sure before reaching any conclusions regarding the perpetrator(s)’ identity.

The family said that while they are still overcome with immense sadness, they know that Bradstreet is in heaven because he was a “great man of faith” who loved God.

“The sadness is to know that there’s all these parents out here, existing patients of Jeff or recently diagnosed, where do they go? Where would the world of autism be without Jeff Bradstreet? [Without] his 20 years of knowledge and input and experience, where would we be?” asked Thom.

The Bradstreets asked the public for patience while they attempt to uncover who may have been behind their loved one’s death.

Jun 15 13:19

PAK 40 German 75mm anti tank gun.

Published on Jun 22, 2014
This gun is a beast! As you can see the muzzle blast is incredible. The WWII German PAK (PanzerAbwehrKanone) 40 was developed in early WWII but didn't see widespread production until about 1941. The gun was often used by allied forces whenever they would over run German positions which shows the effectiveness of the gun.
This gun was resurrected from an art museum where the owner had painted it pink! It was restored to working order and the federal paperwork required to build and possess this gun was obtained. It is not legal for an ordinary citizen to have a working field piece like this.

Jun 15 13:15

Coehorn Mortar

Uploaded on May 2, 2008
An SBR blackpowder mortar shooting concrete filled pop cans at the range.

Jun 15 13:13

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Jun 15 12:40

Five Different Physical Exercises That Affect The Brain In Very Different Ways

By Teal Burrell

Pumping iron to sculpt your biceps. Yoga poses to stretch and relax. Running to whittle your waistline and get fit fast. There are loads of reasons why it’s smart to exercise, and most of us are familiar with the menu of options and how each can shape and benefit your body. But we are discovering that there are numerous ways in which exercise makes you smart too. Many of its effects have been going unnoticed, but if you were to peer inside the heads of people who like to keep active, you’d see that different exercises strengthen, sculpt and shape the brain in myriad ways...

Jun 15 12:18

NEWLY DISCLOSED CDC BIOLAB FAILURES 'LIKE A SCREENPLAY FOR A DISASTER MOVIE'

A USA TODAY Network investigation works to uncover details about accidents at biolabs where experiments are done with deadly pathogens. The labs are largely self-policing and often secretive when accidents occur. USA TODAY Encased in spacesuit-like gear needed to protect them from the world’s deadliest viruses, four scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stepped into their lab’s decontamination chamber where a shower of chemicals was supposed to kill anything on them and make it safe for them to exit into an adjacent changing room. But the shower wouldn’t start, and warning lights appeared as a cascading series of safety systems began to fail inside one of the world’s most advanced biosafety level 4 labs. That's the highest level of containment and security, reserved for work with deadly Ebola and smallpox viruses and other pathogens that lack vaccines or reliable treatments.

Jun 15 09:07

Russia Number One World Wheat Exporter

One of the comments most often heard by western mainstream economists is that Russia’s economy is too dependent on energy export and not able to be competitive in areas other than simple commodity export. While oil and gas exports remain a vital source of revenue for the State, it is far from the only one. Owing to USA and EU economic sanctions targeting the energy sector of Russia in 2014, in August 2014 the Kremlin retaliated with sanctions on a large range of EU and US food imports. Some months later in November 2015 after Turkey shot a Russian jet down over Syrian airspace, Moscow also banned major food imports from Turkey, especially tomatoes and cucumbers. The sharp reduction of food imports and select government agriculture incentives have resulted in a dramatic rise in Russian agriculture output.

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A big reason is that Russia refuses to allow GMO (no doubt one of the reasons the US wants to attack them) and people/nations wanting safe healthy food are flocking to their doors!

Jun 15 08:29

SpaceX fails to land Falcon 9 rocket, satellite launch successful

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk confirmed that the rocket suffered a "rapid unscheduled disassembly" on attempting to land, specifying that thrust was too low on one of the three landing engines.

Jun 15 08:15

Big Pharma ordered to pay $70M after concealing adverse effects of cancer drugs and misleading doctors

In a case that clearly illustrates the extent of corruption, callousness and greed on the part of Big Pharma's cancer industry, two drug companies have been ordered to pay nearly $70 million to settle a federal lawsuit over charges that the companies lied about the effectiveness of a cancer drug.

The two companies, Genentech and OSI Pharmaceuticals, agreed to pay $67 million to avoid further litigation over its deceptive marketing of Tarceva, a drug used to treat non-small-cell lung cancer.

Jun 15 07:59

Anti-fracking movement gains traction in California as landslide vote forbids destructive, water-polluting practice

The national anti-fracking movement continues to grow as voters have overwhelmingly approved a ban against fracking in Butte County, California - making it the fourth county in the state to pass such legislation.

Jun 14 21:30

As It Shapes ISIS-Centric Narrative, Orlando Police Reject Freedom of Information Request for Audio of Nightclub Shooter’s 911 Call

Hours after Omar Mateen opened fire in the LGBTQ Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, the Orlando Police Department informed the media that Mateen had sworn allegiance to ISIS in a call to its 911 emergency line.

According to FBI officials, Mateen previously pledged simultaneous allegiance to Al Qaeda and Hezbollah, two militant groups fighting on opposite sides of the Syrian civil war, and whose members have battled ISIS at various intervals.

On June 13, AlterNet’s Grayzone Project submitted a request under Florida’s public records law for a written transcript and/or an audio recording of any and all phone calls that Mateen made to Orlando’s 911 emergency line on the date of the Pulse Nightclub mass killing.

Jun 14 19:16

Despite Dumping Millions into GMO Rice, Study Shows they Still Can’t Compete With Natural Version

By Justin Gardner

As the GMO industry seeks to expand its grip over the global food system, it has targeted developing countries and the problems they face in in crop production. Drought and pest damage are two issues that Monsanto and its cohorts see as opportunities for unleashing their patented, genetically modified (GM) crops.

Nutrient deficiency is another problem in developing countries that GMO corporations insist should be addressed with their products. One high-profile example is vitamin A deficiency, which especially affects the Global South, increasing risks of infection, disease and other ailments such as blindness.

Golden Rice was supposed to be the GMO industry’s great solution...

Jun 14 18:21

Consumption Of This Antioxidant Reduces Heart Disease Mortality by 40 Percent

By Mae Chan

Epicatechin is a beneficial flavonol found in foods such as berries, apples, dark chocolate, ginger, and grape seeds. It appears to stand head and shoulders above the rest for its health and performance boosting properties. Data from the Zutphen Elderly Study collected over 25 years indicated that those with the highest average intakes of epicatechin had almost a 40 percent lower risk of dying from coronary heart disease (CHD) than those with the lowest average intakes.

Scientists from Wageningen University also report that epicatechin intake was also significantly associated with a lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease (CVD) in men suffering from CVD...

Jun 14 14:03

Mars Now A Bit More Predictable: NASA Orbiters Discover ‘Seasons’ Of Dust Storms

When it comes to putting people on Mars, timing can’t be taken for granted. Now, thanks to nearly two decades of work, NASA’s Red Planet orbiters have determined three distinct annual patterns for dust storms that bring about great weather shifts.

Jun 14 12:49

Ten Refugees Sent To Colorado with Active Tuberculosis Since 2011

Ten of the approximately 8,000 refugees who were resettled in Colorado by the federal government between 2011 and 2015 were diagnosed with active tuberculosis shortly after their arrival, according to the Tuberculosis in Colorado: 2015 report published by the state’s Department of Public Health and Environment.

Jun 14 11:57

Prestigious Cochrane Challenges The European Medicines Agency About HPV Vaccines Harms

The Cochrane Nordic Center’s Director, Peter C Gotzsche, MD, MSc, filed a formal Complaint with the European Medicines Agency (EMA) May 26, 2016 regarding the EMA’s 40-page Assessment Report (Nov. 11, 2015) about the safety of the HPV vaccines, which are “supposed to decrease deaths from cervical cancer.” The Cochrane complaint cited…

Jun 14 11:39

The FBI and NSA Won't Keep Us Safe

06/13/2016Ryan McMaken
The NSA was too busy spying on your family to stop the Orlando gunman. But why aren't night clubs keeping tabs on people who walk in with rifles?

Jun 14 05:08

Vaxxed Movie Spotlights Vaccine Autism Coverup

John Kaminski gives a thorough talk on the deliberate attack by the medical profession on American babies to devastate them and their family's futures with autism caused by the combination measles, mumps and rubella vaccines. He highly recommends the new movie "Vaxxed".

Jun 13 14:43

Stop the Monsanto Doctrine from Poisoning Democracy and Hawaii - Sign the petition

On June 15 a panel of federal judges from the Ninth Circuit Court will meet in Honolulu to hear oral arguments from four important cases that may result in the environmental equivalent of a Citizens United decision.

The appellate court will either uphold or overturn four recent decisions by the lower federal District Court in Hawaii that invalidated the power of county governments to enact laws that protect public health and the environment.

I support the democratic right, and responsibility, of these local governments to protect the people of Hawaii from the impact of hundreds of experimental agrochemical farms across the islands that currently spray huge quantities of hazardous pesticides on genetically modified seed crops.

In cases involving the islands of Kauai and Hawaii a federal judge struck down local government laws that would have required buffer zones to prevent pesticide spraying near schools, and open air genetic engineering experiments that were seen as threatening to local organic agriculture.

Jun 13 12:02

NSA learning how to snoop on pacemakers

The NSA is seeking new ways to satisfy its hunger for raw data by exploiting the so-called internet of things, an emerging network connecting objects such as vehicles, home appliances and biomedical devices.
“We’re looking at it sort of theoretically from a research point of view right now,” the spy agency’s Deputy Director Richard Ledgett told a conference on military technology at Washington’s Newseum on Friday.

The official said biomedical data for the NSA “maybe a niche kind of thing … a tool in the toolbox," according to the Intercept.

“As my job is to penetrate other people’s networks, complexity is my friend,” he said. “The first time you update the software, you introduce vulnerabilities, or variables rather. It’s a good place to be in a penetration point of view.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Such monitoring of pacemakers could also, potentially, lead to hacking attacks on the pacemakers of people the US government deems "politically undesirable" creating heart attacks in its victims, and making it appear that it was simply a case of "device malfunction."

"Subtle assassinations"; a wave of the future for US intelligence agencies?!? I frankly wouldn't bet against it.

There are numerous security flaws in many such devices, but right now, software forensic analysis can only determined if a device has been altered after it is far too late to save the person whose device was hacked.

Jun 13 11:51

NJ Bill Would Add PTSD To Med Marijuana Program, Christie Fears Legalization

As the fight for an end to the ridiculous drug war continues, legislation has been advanced by a New Jersey assembly committee that would allow those suffering with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to participate in the state’s medical marijuana program. Essentially, the bill would add PTSD to the list of illnesses that…

Jun 13 10:51

What Media Hid in De Niro Autism Film Affair

Dr. Andrew Wakefield, a former British gastro-enterologist and vaccine researcher has been fully exonerated of the charges that he, together with a world renowned pediatric gastroenterologist, Prof. John Walker-Smith, conducted fraudulent tests with children that raised the possibility of a link between the popular MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine and onset of autism and other severe symptoms. Most remarkable is the fact that despite his de facto exoneration in a British Court more than four years ago, in 2012, mainstream media in the UK and the USA have chosen to deliberately ignore the fact. They did so to hide the explosive content of Wakefield’s film, Vaxxed.

Jun 13 10:30

Radioactive Ranchers? Elements Found Downwind of Intensive Fracking

The companies were drilling lateral wells, which turn 90 degrees and travel for kilometres underground, extending under people's barns and homes. (Tight oil costs more to extract and produces lower quantities of oil.)

As industry fracked these deep, far-reaching wells with millions of gallons of water, toxic chemicals, and sand under high pressure and then burned off unwanted raw gas, the Hawkwoods and many of their neighbours began complaining about noxious emissions and earth tremors.

Some officials with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) initially responded to general complaints in the region by saying fracking was proven and safe and that it couldn't cause earthquakes -- claims now proven false by a variety of scientific studies.

Jun 13 08:36

Invisible Microparticles in Food can Deliver Vaccines, Drugs

By Jon Rappoport

Before getting to the details, the overview is this: a technology exists to embed tiny invisible particles in food products, and these particles can deliver nutrients and drugs and vaccines. Apparently, the technology has existed for at least 10 years. Yet, as Baker states, when have you seen a food label that mentions such particles?

Are we to assume the technology hasn’t yet been applied? Is it operating at a stealth level? I’ll try to answer these questions in a minute. But first...

Jun 13 07:11

“Winning! Majority of adults now reject government’s pro-vaccine narrative”

As consciousness and awareness rises, we are now seeing the outer signs of it, particularly regarding GMOs and vaccines. “Sorry, DCs*… propaganda ain’t working no more!”

“A CDC report entitled “Surveillance of Vaccination Coverage Among Adult Populations – United States, 2014” breaks down the percentages of people getting immunizations, and they note that the numbers have not been improving in recent years. The report states: “Despite longstanding recommendations for use of many vaccines, vaccination coverage among U.S. adults is low.”

Jun 12 19:45

Statins 'may be a waste of time for the over-60s': Row over controversial report that says there is no link between 'bad cholesterol' and heart disease

For decades doctors have prescribed statins to reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes caused by ‘bad’ cholesterol in the blood.

But now a team of scientists say taking the pills may be a waste of time for the over-60s – because they found no link between high levels of LDL cholesterol and heart disease.

In fact, this ‘bad’ cholesterol may even have a protective effect by warding off infections and disease, including cancer.

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Jun 12 09:07

Animals Now Listed As “Sentient Beings” Rather Than Property In Quebec

By Amanda Froelich

The Canadian province of Quebec used to be regarded as a haven for puppy mills, but that has since changed. In a bill tabled in Quebec in 2015, animals are now considered “sentient beings” rather than property. The legislation states: "Animals are not things. They are sentient beings and have biological needs." ...

Those who abuse animals and their needs may be fined unto $250,000. And, up to 18 months in prison is a possibility for repeat offenders...

Jun 12 08:45

How a liberal bias is killing science

Oh boy. Remember when a study came out that said that conservative political beliefs are associated with psychotic traits, such as authoritarianism and tough-mindedness? While liberalism is associated with "social desirability?"

The American Journal of Political Science recently had to print a somewhat embarrassing correction, as the invaluable website Retraction Watch pointed out: It turns out somebody made an Excel error. And the study's results aren't a little off. They aren't a lot off. They are exactly backwards.

Jun 12 08:27

An Ivy League professor explains how a 1980s game theory experiment suggests how morality could have evolved

And it all goes back to game theory.

Back in the 1980s, Robert Axelrod, a political scientist, organized a tournament where a bunch of computer programs played a repeated prisoner's dilemma against each other.

For those unfamiliar, the prisoner's dilemma is a game in which two "rational" people might choose not to cooperate with each other, even though it would be in their best interest to do so. The basic premise is that there are two criminal accomplices being held in separate cells and interrogated. Both prisoners have the option to cooperate and keep their mouths shut or to defect and say the other guy did the crime.

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