Mar 10 09:20

GlaxoSmithKline Fined Nearly Half A Billion Dollars For Criminal Bribery Of Doctors And Hospitals In China

China has just dished out the biggest fine in the history of their country, and it’s being slapped down on one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the world.

GlaxoSmithKline, the British pharmaceutical giant that medical authorities trust in around the world, is now being exposed for what it really is: an institution rooted in coercion and bribery that competes for control over healthcare systems around the world.

Mar 10 06:44

EPA Watch water testing initiative now opened up to the general public: Send us your water samples and we'll test for lead to protect America

Sadly, the EPA has become a corrupt, incompetent regulatory regime that has utterly failed to protect America from lead poisoning in the water supply.

In an effort to take over the job of the EPA in testing America's water supply for lead poisoning, we've just opened up our water project to receive water samples from the general public. You can now submit a water sample to us for testing, to be part of our nationwide water testing initiative. We've already received over a hundred samples and have processed the locations of a few dozen that you can see at this Google map.

Mar 10 04:56

Why, look: It’s an oil price-rigging revival

Beware, Americans! Wall Street is desperately trying to rig the oil and gasoline markets again.

I’ve been following this scheme for nearly 10 years as speculators, led by the Goldman Sachs gang, tried to convince people that the world is running short of oil and that the price would soon go to $200 a barrel. That would have meant more than $5 for a gallon of gas.

The scam artists even had a fancy name for it: peak oil, a phrase coined by a Shell Oil employee decades before and laid to rest until Wall Street latched onto it.

And just about everyone in the media bought into this cockamamy idea>>>

Mar 09 19:57

GlaxoSmithKline Fined Nearly Half A Billion Dollars For Criminal Bribery Of Doctors And Hospitals In China

China has just dished out the biggest fine in the history of their country, and it’s being slapped down on one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the world.

GlaxoSmithKline, the British pharmaceutical giant that medical authorities trust in around the world, is now being exposed for what it really is: an institution rooted in coercion and bribery that competes for control over healthcare systems around the world.

Mar 09 16:16

Cali Shuts Down Commercial Crab Season “Indefinitely” Cites “Naturally-occurring Toxin,” but Real Culprit Is Radiation

They're trying to blame this on global warming, BUT...

Workers in the California Fish and Game Commission have revealed to SuperStation95 that the real reason for cancelling this $60 million per year commercial seafood season is: Radiation contamination of seafood from the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan.

According to these workers, who requested anonymity because they fear losing their jobs, radiation levels in local crab, especially Rock crab, were so high that officials feared anyone who consumed the crabs would suffer immediate sickness traceable directly back to the seafood. "If people started connecting the dots proving radiation in seafood was making them sick, it would utterly destroy California's seafood industry in days" they said.

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Mar 09 15:46

Wrong vaccines given out at store.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"We grabbed the wrong bottle by mistake. Instead of the flu vaccine, we shot you all up with Drano! "

Mar 09 15:05

Commuters Beware: Cops Have a Sneaky New Trick for Catching Traffic Violators

They know you’re the perfect driver when you can see them. That’s why several police departments in Texas came together to create Operation Safe Driver. Despite the name, I suspect it has less to do with safety and more to do with revenue generation. Considering how successful this sneaky operation is, don’t be surprised if you see the cops using tactics like these where you live in the near future.

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Mar 09 13:21


It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of austerity, it was the age of a trillion dollar warplanethat no one could make work. The financial sink hole known as the F-35 continues to fail the most basic flight and sensor tests. The warplane, estimated to have a total cost around $1.5 trillion, has already come up short in simulated dogfights with the F-16. Yes, the new and improved model is worse than a plane introduced in 1978. The F-35 also has a limited fuel supply which means it will not be able to stay in an area to protect ground troops. Not that that would matter anyway as the plane’s Gatling guns still don’t work. Also, there are concerns as to whether the F-35 can even be traditionally fueled because the plane has a problem with accepting hotter fuel. The air force’s current solution is to repaint fuel trucks to accept less sunlight in hopes of keeping the temperature down. Seriously.




Mar 09 09:55

7 massive misconceptions many never question

It takes a determined spirit to weed out all the brainwashing and programming we have taken on. Many people never question certain ideas or conceptions they have.

Mar 09 07:42

Cannabis Showing High Positive Results for Incurable Ailments

By Paul Fassa

Not surprisingly, a survey study involving 7,525 adult legal medical marijuana patients in California determined that 92% of them claimed improved medical conditions from using cannabis. The CDC final study was based on data from the California Behavioral Risk Surveillance System...

Mar 09 07:17

GlaxoSmithKline fined nearly half a billion dollars for criminal bribery of doctors and hospitals in China

China has just dished out the biggest fine in the history of their country, and it's being slapped down on one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the world.

GlaxoSmithKline, the British pharmaceutical giant that medical authorities trust in around the world, is now being exposed for what it really is: an institution rooted in coercion and bribery that competes for control over healthcare systems around the world.

According to Chinese news agency Xinhua, GlaxoSmithKline is guilty of bribing doctors and hospitals in order to have their products promoted. The verdict, established in a court in Changsha, slaps the UK pharmaceutical firm with a $490 million fine, the largest in China's history. This puts an end to an investigation that began in July of 2013. Chinese officials estimate that GSK made $150 million in illegal profits.

Mar 09 06:02

Disappearance of the Fourth Amendment — Protection from Illegal Search and Seizure

Before law enforcement personnel can enter an individual’s residence they need to have probable cause in order to get a search warrant. Historically they have needed some indication that criminal activity is occurring at the location they intend to enter with the search warrant.

Mar 08 16:08

US Interior Dept. Slaps Down Koch-Controlled Coal Company’s Bid For $14 Million In Royalties

The Obama administration has rejected a plea by billionaire investor William Koch to refund as much as $14 million in royalties on a now-shut Colorado mine, according to a letter explaining the decision.

Mar 08 11:33

75 Percent Of High-Profile Honey Brands Contain NO Honey

Honey, often referred to as “liquid gold,” houses a wide range of vitamins and minerals. It is a natural and healthier alternative to sugar to sweeten things up. It kills bacteria, viruses and fungi. It also lowers cholesterol and inflammation.

Mar 08 05:24

There are already D.C. Republicans saying privately they’ll support Hillary to stop Trump

Normally a story like this would be a five-alarm fire in grassroots conservative media, evidence that the RINO rat bastards in Washington were preparing for the ultimate back-stabbing. This time, though, per the #NeverTrump rallying cry, even some conservatives think the stabbing is justified. It’s highly likely come October that one of the hottest topics in righty media will be whether opposition to Trump must be limited to staying home or voting third-party or whether it can possibly justify a vote for — shudder — her.>>>

(*Memo to D.C. Republicans saying privately they’ll support Hillary to stop Trump; Speaking For My Fellow Americans , Sirs and Madams; You're Either WITH Us , Or AGAINST Us ! )

Mar 08 03:33

Wall Street Bonuses Tumble

Wall Street bonuses tumble in 2015: New York state comptroller
Overall bonus pool fell 6% to $25 billion at broker-dealer operations of New York Stock Exchange member firms

The average Wall Street bonus fell 9% to $146,200 in 2015 as volatile financial markets hurt profits at New York's broker-dealer firms, according to a report released by a top New York state financial watchdog on Monday.

The overall bonus pool fell 6% to $25 billion at broker-dealer operations of New York Stock Exchange member firms, the report said. Industry wide profits declined by 10.5% to $14.3 billion during the year

(*But; they still got bonuses , as the national debt rose .)

Mar 07 18:44

What are the Best Cannabis Strains for Anxiety?

Posted for those folks suffering from Trump Anxiety or the even more serious Paranoid Trumpophenia.


Mar 07 13:59

Is Your Food on Crack? Salmon Test Positive for 81 Different Drugs, Prozac, Birth Control, Cocaine

If it’s in the food and the water and given at continual doses when we eat or drink anything all day long every day, there has to be an accumulative effect there...
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Mar 07 13:27

USDA Chicken Nugget Recall: Plastic is the Least of Your Worries

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) stated in a press release that Perdue Foods LLC would recall 4,530 pounds of chicken nugget products produced for Applegate Farms, a brand found at Target stores.

The reason for the recall is that the food “may be contaminated with extraneous plastic materials”.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I thought that was what was SUPPOSED to be on those!!!!!!

Mar 07 10:02

Cosmetic Giants Pressure FDA Into Cracking Down On Homemade Soap Artisans While Ignoring Their Own Toxic Products

Once again, those who are trying to live a simple, clean life or make a decent living from traditional skills are threatened by the corporatist society they try to avoid. The current assault comes from Senator Dianne Feinstein and Senator Susan Collins, who have recently introduced S.1014: a bill to amend the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.[PDF] Also referred to as the Personal Care Products Safety Act, this bill is supposed to ensure the safety of cosmetics for all consumers.

Mar 07 08:46

Big Pharma Officially Owns The FDA

In February, President Obama’s nominee Robert Califf sailed through the Senate approval process to be approved as the next FDA commissioner.

Califf has financial ties and some very deep connections to the pharmaceutical industry as AlterNet reports:

Mar 07 06:06

Oil producers’ moves to stabilize markets will fail

The world's top oil producers Saudi Arabia and Russia agreed on 16 February to freeze oil output at January levels in a bid to stabilize an oversupplied market.>>>

“The most difficult for that agreement would be Iran and Iraq,” says oil analyst Richard Mallinson of Energy Aspects Limited.

“Iran is one of the few OPEC countries not currently producing at its full capacity. As recently as January it received relief from western sanctions because of the nuclear deal, and so it is now hoping to increase its production and exports,” he says.

“But if it were to agree to a freeze in production, it would lose out. It would not able to increase its production, while Saudi Arabia, Russia, and other countries that are already at higher levels would maintain. So they wouldn't actually remove any oil from the market, it would only really be Iran that would be giving up.”

Iran may not agree, but is it open to negotiations?

“Iran will negotiate, because having oil prices this low is not good for anyone, except if you are a country that is importing oil,”>>>

Mar 06 19:08

Are Toxic Metals in Imported Chinese Fluoride Poisoning Your Tap Water?

Waking Times

Independent study finds toxic heavy metals contaminating fluoride sources.

Mar 06 08:41

Taxpayer-subsidized corn industry spread blatant disinformation, falsely claiming GMO labeling would raise food prices

Enough already, anti-GMO-labeling people. Really.

The bottom line is that everyone has the right to know what's in the food they're about to eat, so why the relentless attempts to try to keep such efforts at bay?

One such insane attempt was recently demonstrated by the Corn Refiners Association (CRA), which claims that labeling genetically engineered foods as such would be so costly that it would actually increase food prices. No, this isn't a joke, but an honest to goodness excuse – yet again – that aims to suffocate efforts to improve the public's health.



Mar 05 11:03

New Grocery Store – WeFood – Sells Food Other Stores Would’ve Trashed, Shelves Empty Daily

By Clarice Palmer

In order to celebrate man’s most valuable freedom — the freedom to choose — Danish volunteers are now giving grocery shoppers the option of purchasing items seen as “unloved” by other major supermarkets in the nation...

Mar 05 06:37

Defend yourself against cellphone spoofing

Over the past year or so we have heard how the Drug Enforcement Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and even local law enforcement agencies have deployed cell-site simulators or cellphone-tower spoofing units. This technology is marketed via a variety of names: DirtBox, StingRay, and TriggerFish.



Mar 04 10:20

Genetically Modified Organisms – Planned Sterilization of Humanity?

By Peter Koenig

Severe health risks of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) are not new. Studies by scientists among others in France, Germany, Austria, since at least the 1990s, pointing to several levels of health dangers to mankind abound. A recent study released by Egyptian researchers found that rats fed a GMO diet suffer from infertility, among other health issues. In the US similar studies were muzzled by Monsanto and the Monsanto staffed FDA. In a 2011 paper the Institute for Responsible Technology – IRT refers to 19 animal studies linking GMOs to mostly liver and kidney organ disruption...

Mar 04 10:14


Monsanto is suing the State of California for its intent to include glyphosate — the main ingredient in its wildly popular herbicide, Roundup — on its Proposition 65 toxic chemicals list.
California’s decision came after the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified glyphosate as a “probable carcinogen” in March 2015. Researchers discovered “limited evidence” of a link between the weedkiller and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in humans, as well as “convincing evidence” of its link to other forms of cancer in rodents. Thus, IARC decided unanimously that glyphosate is “probably carcinogenic.”

California announced in September it would include glyphosate among the noxious chemicals under Prop 65, which “mandates notification and labeling of all known to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm, and prohibits their discharge into drinking waters of the state,” Alternet summarized.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is precisely the move that one would have expected Monsanto to make, in light of the fact that every executive in that company has had their conscience surgically removed, to continue to manufacture poisons which are horrifically hazardous to peoples' health, but extraordinarily profitable.

Mar 04 08:14

See you in the camp!

Our once proud nation is a mere shell of it’s former glory. When the ruling class determine that the citizens can no longer film crimes committed by the state, well, you can figure out where this headed. We are nothing more than slaves to these people. We have no rights. If we can not use our God given right to speak up against oppression and tyranny it is short walk to the gallows where a death sentence awaits our arrival.

Mar 04 08:10

Surprise! That blood-pressure app doesn't measure blood pressure

Quantified self types not only fill Twitter feeds with reports from every walking, running, breathing and bonking app around – but the spewed data isn't always particularly accurate.

In a letter published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), a bunch of US medical academics decided to test AuraLife's Instant Blood Pressure app, and they aren't pleased with what they found.

The short version is: unless you're treating the app as a novelty, don't bother with it.


Mar 03 11:06

Fido vs Spot — Animal vs Robot

The robot's lifelike movement catches the attention of a real dog. The uncanny uncanine valley. This is the latest quadruped robot from Google's Boston Dynamics group, and the only one in civilian hands. Another Video: Photos: And I revisited my post on the Google Master Plan, and sure enough, we see Robots ? Skynet ? Terminator ? Google Security ? User Happiness

Mar 02 14:34

Apple gives FBI the finger

Bruce Sewell, a representative of Apple, told the cout during a hearing Tuesday, “The FBI has asked the court to order us to give them something we don’t have.”

Mar 02 10:16


Want a round of Round Up with your beer? The German beer industry is in shock after finding that 14 different popular beer brands have traces of the ‘probably’ carcinogenic herbicide, glyphosate – an ingredient found in Monsanto’s best-selling weed killer, Round Up. Germany’s Agricultural minster is playing down the risks in order to save one of the countries’ best-selling exports.

Mar 02 07:04

Chemical Safety Bill Could Help Protect Monsanto Against Legal Claims

Facing hundreds of millions of dollars in lawsuits, the giant biotechnology company Monsanto last year received a legislative gift from the House of Representatives, a one-paragraph addition to a sweeping chemical safety bill that could help shield it from legal liability for a toxic chemical only it made.

Monsanto insists it did not ask for the addition. House aides deny it is a gift at all. But the provision would benefit the only manufacturer in the United States of now-banned polychlorinated biphenyls, chemicals known as PCBs, a mainstay of Monsanto sales for decades. The PCB provision is one of several sticking points that negotiators must finesse before Congress can pass a law to revamp the way thousands of chemicals are regulated in the United States.

Webmaster's Commentary: 


If you are a US corporation, it must be great to be able to buy US legislators, and get them to protect you from the huge, vast evil it has done, and is still doing, with chemicals which are known carcinogens!!

Mar 02 05:51


Facing hundreds of millions of dollars in lawsuits, the giant biotechnology company Monsanto last year received a legislative gift from the House of Representatives, a one-paragraph addition to a sweeping chemical safety bill that could help shield it from legal liability for a toxic chemical only it made.

Mar 02 05:40

Pensions In The Netherlands: Sailing into rough waters

Seafaring sayings seem particularly apt, as after a year of lacklustre returns Dutch pension funds once again find themselves in troubled waters. In just the first six weeks of 2016, many of the country’s largest schemes saw their funding rates plunge by as much as 10 percentage points to around 90% – dangerously close to the critical level where benefit cuts can no longer be avoided. The combined effects of sinking markets and falling interest rates are putting pressure on a defined benefit (DB)-based system already facing strong headwinds.

Mar 01 19:52

Medical Marijuana Legalized on Entire Continent of Australia

Waking Times

Australia’s population is roughly 23 million – while the US has approximately 318 million potential medical marijuana patients. All the same – lawmakers in the country have just legalized medical marijuana for the entire country, with a vote made by the Australian Parliament last Wednesday.

Mar 01 19:46

Taking Apart Psychiatry: Fraud-Kings of the Mind

Waking Times

Promoting diabolically false science, psychiatry creates a gateway for defining many separate states of consciousness that don’t exist at all. They’re cheap myths, fairy tales.

Mar 01 14:08

95 Survival Tips For When the SHTF: “Carry These. Do This. And Don’t Ever…”

Here is a quick barrage of sometimes unconventional survival tips for when the worst happens in just a few fast minutes of video.

Some are useful supplies to bring along, others are simple tips you need to learn and practice before the situation gets real.


Mar 01 14:06

Google Telemarketing Calls Are Not from Google

How many times has Google called you out of the blue to chat about your business? If you answered any number except “zero,” then its 99.9999% sure that you were not actually talking to the a Google representative, but rather were a target of telemarketers. Unrequested Google telemarketing calls simply do not exist. Anyone claiming otherwise in a call to you is misrepresenting themselves.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I keep getting these and I am on the telemarketers do not call list.

Mar 01 08:59


News has been making rounds across the internet that the FBI in collusion with the National Science Foundation has sunk nearly one million dollars into a program at the University of Indiana developed with the goal of:

Mar 01 08:12


Washington, DC — Under its policy purporting to protect scientific integrity, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is entitled to do just the opposite, according to confidential findings by an internal agency panel released today by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER). The panel rejected a complaint by one of its top entomologists that USDA purged controversial findings, blocked publication of research papers with policy implications, and forbade scientists from being interviewed by reporters.

Feb 29 21:53

Donald Trump Wants To Legalize Marijuana

Up to the states he says. A Constitution Man. I can dig it!

Published on Oct 29, 2015
Trump answers legalization of marijuana question at Reno, NV rally on 10/29/15. His answer: he supports medical marijuana FULLY, and supports state legalization of RECREATIONAL marijuana.

Feb 29 20:09

The Lion and the Sheep

Why they hate Donald Trump.

“The American people are sick and tired of the Lindsey Graham/John McCain/George Bush/neocon wars of intervention and occupation; and they resent the massive fiscal burdens of our outmoded but still far-flung alliances, forward bases and apparatus of security assistance and economic aid. They especially have no patience for the continued huge cost of our commitments to cold war relics like NATO, the stationing of troops in South Korea and the defense treaty with the incorrigible Japanese, who still blatantly rig their trade rules against American exports.

Feb 29 17:20

County Sheriff’s Department exposed — again

Things are not looking so good for county officials who already overtly botched the response to the occupation of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge, led by Ammon Bundy, his brother Ryan, and LaVoy Finicum, who was killed by the FBI during an ambush.

Feb 29 16:32

A Massive Container Ship They're Calling "the Future of Our Region" Just Floated Into the Port of Seattle

Terminal 18 is now one of the few places in the world that is ready to accept a ship of this size.




Feb 29 09:33

UCLA Pediatrician Resigns Because ‘American Association of Pediatrics Knows Vaccines Cause Autism’

Dr. Kenneth P Stoller, MD, is a former Pediatrician at UCLA who resigned because he says that the American Academy of Pediatrics KNOWS Vaccines cause autism and tried to hide it.



Feb 28 12:03

7 False Claims About Cancer by the Medical/Pharmaceutical Establishment

Op-Ed by Paul A. Philips

Cancer has been known since ancient times. However, it has gone from a rare disease, as it was during the turn of the 1900s, to a rising global epidemic in modern times...

Feb 28 08:40

Toxic veggie burgers: MorningStar Farms exposed

According to a CBS News article, products such as MorningStar Farms® veggie burger patties contain hexane which is a neurotoxin that severely damages neurons within the body. Neurons are found throughout the brain and nervous system and are critical for various tasks.

According to a senior researcher at Cornucopia Institute, “If a non-organic product contains a soy protein isolate, soy protein concentrate, or textured vegetable protein, you can be pretty sure it was made using soy beans that were made with hexane.”

Unfortunately, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not set a maximum residue level or require food manufacturers to test for hexane. Yet, the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has made lengthy statements about hexane’s negative effects on human health such as neuropathy, muscular weakness, blurred vision, headache, and fatigue.







Feb 27 06:23

Louis Cammarosano: All about silver

On February 20, published an article about Africa bringing 1.1 million homes online with solar energy. This, naturally, got me all fired up as the demand for silver seems to be going up every time you turn around. China, India and now Africa all working on these massive solar infrastructure projects that require, literally, tons and tons of silver to produce the solar panels.

Feb 26 13:39

Victoria, Australia Smart Meters Health Damages Case Study Published And What To Do

Since public utility companies everywhere and states public utility commissions in the USA are behind the times and not up to date with regard to electromagnetic hypersensitivity issues stemming from microwave technologies, perhaps utility customers could email this article to them. Why? Because it documents what happened to residents in the…

Feb 26 10:54

Obama Administration Set to Expand Sharing of Data That N.S.A. Intercepts

The Obama administration is on the verge of permitting the National Security Agency to share more of the private communications it intercepts with other American intelligence agencies without first applying any privacy protections to them, according to officials familiar with the deliberations.

The change would relax longstanding restrictions on access to the contents of the phone calls and email the security agency vacuums up around the world, including bulk collection of satellite transmissions, communications between foreigners as they cross network switches in the United States, and messages acquired overseas or provided by allies.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

OK, the 4th Amendment to the Constitution has just been completely eviscerated by this move.

Any attempt at reading my posts, emails, or texts, will reveal the following:

1. I love my husband.
2. I care about my friends.
3. I love creating music.
4. I love being involved in my church's music program.
5. I am a Christian pacifist activist who abhors violence, and encourages the US government to resolve geopolitical disputes through fair, moral, and disciplined negotiations with other countries.

Unfortunately, it's that last bit which has probably gotten me on a number of Persons of Interest lists.

But the irony here is, the bad guys have installed state of the art encryption into their systems to the point where neither the DHS or NSA can break into their communications.

Over the last years, Mike has presented 6 encryption challenges to the NSA, none of which were ever solved; the computer logs indicate that a lot of people downloaded these, but the end result was an epic fail.

In the words of my late grandmother, the horse is already out of the barn here.

Feb 26 07:49


One has to give credit to Time magazine for reporting on this story, since the GMO issue rarely makes any headway with the American lamestream media. Here, the two opening paragraphs say it all, and additionally, constitute a major reason why so many American's are simply fed up with their "goobernment":

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the nation’s chief food safety regulator, plans to start testing certain foods for residues of the world’s most widely used weed killer after the World Health Organization’s cancer experts last year declared the chemical a probable human carcinogen.

The FDA’s move comes amid growing public concern about the safety of the herbicide known as glyphosate, and comes after the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) rebuked the agency for failing to do such assessments and for not disclosing that short-coming to the public.

Feb 25 21:19

Poisoned Mind: Social Media in the 21st Century

Waking Times

According to an article on the website of ‘Radio Free Europe’, a nondescript modern 4-storey building on Savushkina Street, St. Petersburg, houses the innocuously titled ‘Internet Research Centre’.

Feb 25 21:16

Glyphosate is Ruining Your Gut and Triggering Autoimmune Disorders

Waking Times

Glyphosate is the active ingredient in the popular herbicide, Roundup. Glyphosate toxicity is a big deal, and what you don’t know just might kill you!

Feb 25 21:14

Filmmaker Reveals the Truth About Subliminal Messages

Waking Times

The reality is that we are all being conditioned to think and believe certain things without any rational explanation through subliminal messaging in advertising, music, film, television, political propaganda, and military psychological operations.

Feb 25 17:25

Passengers Applaud As Boy, Mom And Terminally Ill Father Are Removed From Plane

(Sarcastically singing) . . . . and I think to myself what a wonderful world.






Feb 25 13:31

This Business Owner REQUIRES Workers to Carry Concealed: “Presents Them With .410 Judge Pistol”

An aviation insurance company is requiring all of his employees – including women – to get certified for concealed carry and to arm themselves at work.

Everybody has one of these in their drawer or on their person. I would not want to come into one of my facilities,” Toland said. “It’s a 5 shot .410, just like a shotgun and you call it hand cannon.”


Feb 25 13:17

Nestle sued for supporting child slavery in cacao harvesting operations... U.S. Supreme Court allows court case to proceed

The nation's highest federal court in recent days threw out a request by chocolate giant Nestle SA, the world's largest food maker, and a pair of other companies to reject a lawsuit that seeks to hold all three companies liable for using child slaves to harvest cacao in the African nation of Ivory Coast.

Feb 25 05:32

How the Affordable Care Act Continues to Fall Short

The government always fails to deliver on its promises.

Of the seven main candidates running for president, only one wants to keep the Affordable Care Act in place: the Democratic kind-of-front-runner Hillary Clinton. Everyone else wants to get rid of it.

Most Republicans would replace it by returning health insurance regulation to the states, although they would also lock in much of the ACA's new spending. Self-proclaimed socialist Bernie Sanders would replace it with a single-payer system—Medicare for all. It's a terribly inefficient and costly idea, as many pundits have explained.

But it's worth noting that Sanders' main beef with the ACA is that it doesn't offer universal coverage. Basically, not everyone is insured under the law >>>

Feb 25 05:22

6 states sue Obama administration over Affordable Care Act

The complaint that Texas, Wisconsin, Kansas, Louisiana, Indiana and Nebraska filed in the Northern District of Texas takes issue with the Health Insurance Providers Fee assessed to health insurers to cover federal subsidies.

The lawsuit says nothing in the Affordable Care Act's language provided clear notice that states would also have to pay the fee.

"This notice was not even provided by rule but was ultimately provided by a private entity wielding legislative authority," the suit says.

The suit seeks an injunction against the federal rules that say states are responsible for the fee. It also asks that states be refunded for what they've already paid.


Feb 24 21:02

Johnson & Johnson Slapped with $72 MILLION in Damages for Covering up Baby Powder’s Link to Cancer

Meanwhile, how many women have suffered ovarian cancer in the last thirty-plus years and have no idea it’s because they use baby powder? How many parents put baby powder on their babies every day when it is known to cause cancer??? It’s called baby powder for crying out loud!

Will there even be an announcement to the public?

Don’t hold your breath.

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Feb 24 20:57

The Dangers of The Phosphate Mining Industry & Fluoride

On this edition of DTRH Popeye welcomes to the broadcast former phosphate mining supervisor Gary O. Pittman to discuss the dangers of fluoride, and the phosphate mining industry. Gary worked for Occidental Chemical Corporation for 21 years working his way up to the position of Mining Supervisor. He was injured due to his continued exposures day after day to chemicals and toxic vapors. Using his expertise and years of experience Gary gives the listener a detailed yet easy to understand lesson in the phosphate mining industry, as well as the dangers / health effects of fluoride exposure. He also covers in detail the ongoing damage to Florida’s waterways and ecosystem from the phosphate mining industry. Make sure to tune in to this very educational broadcast.


Feb 24 14:05

New Sentry Electronic Fire Safe Opened in Seconds with No Sign of Entry

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But they LOOK cool. and that's all that matters!!! :)

Feb 24 12:49

Johnson & Johnson Slammed With 72 Million In Fines For Cancer Death

Missouri jurors deliberated for hours following a three-week trial to examine claims that Johnson & Johnson played a role in a cancer victim’s death from years of using baby powder made with talc – a carcinogen.

No Higher Responsibility Than the Health of Consumers? Not so fast.

Feb 23 20:19

Linux Mint Is Back Up

How to check if your ISO is compromised?

If you still have the ISO file, check its MD5 signature with the command “md5sum yourfile.iso” (where yourfile.iso is the name of the ISO).

The valid signatures are below:

6e7f7e03500747c6c3bfece2c9c8394f linuxmint-17.3-cinnamon-32bit.iso
e71a2aad8b58605e906dbea444dc4983 linuxmint-17.3-cinnamon-64bit.iso
30fef1aa1134c5f3778c77c4417f7238 linuxmint-17.3-cinnamon-nocodecs-32bit.iso
3406350a87c201cdca0927b1bc7c2ccd linuxmint-17.3-cinnamon-nocodecs-64bit.iso
df38af96e99726bb0a1ef3e5cd47563d linuxmint-17.3-cinnamon-oem-64bit.iso

If you still have the burnt DVD or USB stick, boot a computer or a virtual machine offline (turn off your router if in doubt) with it and let it load the live session.

Once in the live session, if there is a file in /var/lib/, then this is an infected ISO.

What to do if you are affected?



Feb 23 13:35

The False Smart Meter Narrative And Lessons from St. Louis Radioactive Clouds

By Patricia Burke

Insightful students of history readily note parallels between the Manhattan-Rochester coalition’s covert research on radiation weaponry in the 1950s, and the smart meter narrative in the U.S. today.

Unethical human experimentation took place on vulnerable populations in Missouri in the decades following WWII. The public narrative was that scientists were researching whether they could shield American cities from Russian warplanes using harmless smokescreen cloud dispersals.

In truth, college students were not privy to the true nature of the tests which were to spray low-income predominantly black neighborhoods in St. Louis with radioactive materials, for scientists studying offensive weaponry...

Feb 23 12:12

Mars recalling candy bars in 55 countries

Reports said on Tuesday that US chocolate company Mars Inc. is recalling millions of candy bars and other items in 55 countries after plastic was found in one of its products.

Feb 23 08:45

Tests Show Most Store Honey Isn’t Honey

More than three-fourths of the honey sold in U.S. grocery stores isn’t exactly what the bees produce, according to testing done exclusively for Food Safety News.

The results show that the pollen frequently has been filtered out of products labeled “honey.”

The removal of these microscopic particles from deep within a flower would make the nectar flunk the quality standards set by most of the world’s food safety agencies.

Feb 23 08:35

Vaccine debate heats up over HPV and Gardasil

The vaccine debate continues. As we can see above, the mainstream media energetically reports on positive studies with alacrity. But the negatives are growing too.

At stake is a portion of the credibility and viability of the pharmaceutical industry and its supporting facilities including various government agencies along with Wall Street participants and shareholders.

Vaccines may not provide Big Pharma with most of its profits, but they do offer it tremendous, positive PR. Vaccines give the pharmaceutical industry, in concert with government, enormous, almost unparalleled reach and power over people’s bodies.

The larger industry itself is one of the most profitable on earth. In the US alone, the pharmaceuticals market generates something like $300 billion a year and is concentrated among approximately ten companies with profit margins in the area of 30 percent.

Feb 23 07:58


Fed up with your old and boring Windows operating system? Are you thinking about changing to something unique? Do you prefer to challenge the forefront in an operating platform? Do you like to figure out what the structure of that operating system is likely to be like in its future release? Or maybe you want to test a platform that your mates are working with, to determine if you can add it to your personal computer. This article provides you with brief descriptions of different types of free operating systems that you can install and run on your PC. And these include platforms that are open source, so it’s also possible to customize or tweak the platform.

Feb 22 23:27

Americans Mindless About the Grave Dangers They Face

Never before in history has the danger of possible humanity destroying nuclear war been greater. Fundamental rights Americans think they have don’t exist.

They’re deplorably out-of-touch, the most over-entertained, uninformed people anywhere, controlled by neocon infested bipartisan governance, lunatics threatening their welfare, security and world peace.

Public ignorance is shocking, why America gets away with high crimes at home and abroad. Lawless interventionism is longstanding policy.

Endless US wars on humanity rage. Human and civil rights are fast eroding en route toward disappearing altogether. Police state injustice rules, tyranny by any standard, heading toward becoming full-blown.

Feb 22 13:20


Wireless technology has become an integral part of our culture. It has connected us to people and information and has also brought us incredible convenience and economic benefits. Just think how this technology has expanded in just the eight years since the iPhone was introduced. We have seen ubiquitous WiFi, tablet computers, wireless smart meters, the smart home, wearable tech, and now the Internet of Things. This latest development will connect everything we own to the internet via pulsed microwave radiation.

Feb 22 12:35


Wireless technology has become an integral part of our culture. It has connected us to people and information and has also brought us incredible convenience and economic benefits. Just think how this technology has expanded in just the eight years since the iPhone was introduced. We have seen ubiquitous WiFi, tablet computers, wireless smart meters, the smart home, wearable tech, and now the Internet of Things. This latest development will connect everything we own to the internet via pulsed microwave radiation.

Feb 22 11:56


Over and over again as people keep talking about the Apple / FBI encryption stuff, I keep seeing the same line pop up. It's something along the lines of "but the FBI needs to know what's on that phone, so if Apple can help, why shouldn't it." Let's debunk that myth. The FBI absolutely does not need to know what's on that phone. It might not even care very much about what's on that phone. As the Grugq ably explained last week, there's almost certainly nothing of interest on the phone. As he notes, Farook destroyed his and his wife's personal phones, indicating that if there were anything truly important, he would have destroyed the last phone too

Feb 22 10:20

Microsoft 'loves' Linux? Then stop attacking open source

Cui Bono re:Linux Mint Hack!

According to Satya Nadella, Microsoft loves Linux. He said as much, complete with pictures -- and his team backs him up. In itself, it's a remarkable statement.

Nadella's predecessor, Steve Ballmer, described open source in the darkest terms, characterizing it (with the GNU GPL) as a commercial cancer and never retracting the slur. In many ways, that dark prophecy has come true for Microsoft, which has seen its rent-seeking business model steadily eroded by open source. Though it still has a cash cow to milk, Microsoft's monopolies no longer frighten anyone.

Feb 22 10:20

Legislation To Limit The Use Of Solar Power Proposed In Multiple US States

Lawmakers in places like Arizona have made news recently by placing a tax on solar panels, but in some areas, politicians want to ban solar power altogether.

Feb 22 10:12

Whore of Babylon shreds Constitution, exposed as ultimate backer of massive U.S. land grab

As it turns out there’s a lot more to the story behind the Malheur Wildlife Refuge–a whole lot more–and this article is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg.

As you may or may not know, Intellihub reported on Jan. 4, that the Hammond’s ranch and other ranch-lands surrounding the refuge sit atop a vast swath of precious metals, minerals, and uranium that’s heavily desired by not only the federal government, but foreign entities as well.

Feb 22 09:55

There’s Just One Problem With America’s Parmesan Cheese: Most Of It Contains Wood

Your parmesan cheese products do not contain any parmesan,” stated one of several FDA warnings to Castle Cheese Inc., in 2012. Another alarmingly rebuked, “your product labels declare that the products are parmesan cheese or romano cheese, but they are in fact a mixture of trimmings of various cheeses and other ingredients.”…

Feb 22 08:16


The image above looks like concept art for a new dystopian sci-fi film. A billionaire superman with a rictus grin, striding straight past human drones, tethered to machines and blinded to reality by blinking plastic masks. Golden light shines down on the man as he strides past his subjects, cast in gloom, toward a stage where he will accept their adulation. Later that night, he will pore across his vast network and read their praise, heaped upon him in superlatives, as he drives what remains of humanity forward to his singular vision.

Feb 22 08:06

Software, not wetware, now the cause of lousy Volvo drivers

Volvo has issued a recall for cars that have buggy software.

The code flaw means that engines in about 59,000 2016-model series 60 and 70 cars sometimes stop, for no apparent reason.

The engines then restart.

Feb 22 07:58


In a list released this week by Fortune Magazine, Monsanto was named one of the world’s most admired companies. Monsanto was honored as No. 1 in its industry sector, biotechnology, although they have very little competition in that market, and the list was decided by dubious means. According to Business Wire, the honor that Monsanto received was decided by company surveys and peer ratings from senior executives, directors and analysts, in other words, it was based on the opinions of people within the industry, and within the company.

Feb 21 17:40

How companies are secretly tracking employees’ health and private lives with ‘big data’ to save money

US companies are hiring ‘big data’ organizations to track employees’ search queries, medical claims, prescriptions and even voting habits to get insight into their personal lives, it emerged this week, raising concerns about potential data leakage and discrimination. Businesses such as Walmart favorite Castlight Health, which produces a healthcare management app for employees, are gathering up user information about their clients’ employees,The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) wrote on Wednesday.

Feb 21 11:32

The Pharmaceutical Market: The Netherlands – Market Research, Mechanisms and Forecast Report

While the Netherlands is a low-risk market from the point of view of multinational drugmakers, the country’s modest per capita expenditure on pharmaceuticals relative to other Western European countries is an issue. Another challenge facing drugmakers is cost-containment, which will only intensify as the Netherlands enters a period of slower economic growth. In fact, as we warned , the Dutch authorities recently introduced a new scheme – reimbursement for medicines that prove therapeutically ineffective will be reclaimed from the manufacturer – to reduce public healthcare costs. BMI notes that the ‘no cure, no pay’ scheme implemented by the Dutch government is not a new concept , with the US government and a number of Western European governments already having made risk – sharing or money-back guarantee agreements with drug companies. However, these agreements focused on particular medicines, unlike the much harsher ‘blanket’ stance of the Dutch health ministry.

(*I think a sprinkle of BEX can be detected , starting with; 'with the US government - - - already having made risk – sharing or money-back guarantee agreements with drug companies.'
never heard of it before reading The Netherlands agenda .)

Feb 21 10:39

Vaccine Nation - FULL LENGTH

Feb 21 10:17

The swine flu fraud of 1976, on 60 Minutes

Feb 21 08:58

Are Smart Meters In The Same Category As Flint, Michigan’s Leaded Water? Deliberate Crimes Against Humanity

"What happened in Flint was not an environmental problem, it was a man-made crisis and man-made crime."

Let’s take that last statement just a bit further and apply it to all the issues citizens have to suffer with and from due to “man-made crimes,” especially AMI Smart Meters that are forced on everyone and their homes under the guise of “saving consumers money.”

Feb 20 19:16

Oregon Grass-fed Ranchers Face Criminal Charges for Grazing Animals

My partner, Ross, and I are small ranchers in eastern Oregon. We produce grass-fed beef and lamb. We’re passionate about our work and life. But now we stand accused as criminals, facing animal neglect accusations. We are being charged with 45 counts of neglect. If convicted, these charges could result in a significant jail sentence. We are being targeted by a joint effort between the Union County District Attorney’s Office and essentially an animal rights foundation because of how we manage our livestock which we raise to provide meat for our customers.

Feb 20 13:06

After Billions of Pounds of Glyphosate Sprayed on Crops, FDA to Finally Test Food for It

By Carey Wedler

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced this week it will begin testing produce and other foods for glyphosate, the key ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide. The new policy comes amid growing public concern about the use of harmful pesticides in crops, as well as sharp criticism from the agency’s Government Accountability Office in 2014.


The FDA’s previous lack of testing has prompted consumer groups, scientists, and private companies to test for glyphosate residue independent of the government.

Feb 20 08:12

Does George Mason University support violence against women? GMU is harboring a violent wife abuser and discredited journalist Jon Entine as a biotech research fellow

In an explosive investigative article series published last year, Natural News revealed that Jon Entine, who violently attacked his wife and traumatized his daughter according to shocking court documents, is a "senior research fellow" at George Mason University and a visiting research fellow at the University of California, Davis (UC Davis).

Now, thanks to a Freedom of Information effort spearheaded by U.S. Right to Know and covered by The New York Times, Jon Entine once again emerges as a key player in a massive academic prostitution ring run by the biotech industry that pays "scientists" to parrot scripted propaganda touting the "safety" of GMOs.