Jun 23 10:19

The Gulf War Syndrome Plot, Part 2: The US Government’s Conspiracy of Silence and Obstruction Against Gulf War Veterans

Our service men and women put their lives on the line every day to protect us from threats overseas, but when our troops returned home from the Gulf War over twenty years ago, no one told them that they would continue to put their lives on the line again due to experimental drugs and an inadequate VA healthcare system.

Jun 23 09:56


One of the most exciting breakthroughs in science is here. CRISPR is a new technology that can edit DNA with remarkable precision, and it has the potential to change human lives forever. With the ability to easily tweak DNA, scientists could theoretically remove genetic mutations that are responsible for incurable diseases, such as cystic fibrosis, HIV, and even certain cancers.

Jun 23 09:27

How Risky are the World Economic Forum’s top 10 Emerging Technologies for 2016?

By Andrew Maynard, Arizona State University

Take an advanced technology. Add a twist of fantasy. Stir well, and watch the action unfold.

It’s the perfect recipe for a Hollywood tech-disaster blockbuster. And clichéd as it is, it’s the scenario that we too often imagine for emerging technologies. Think superintelligent machines, lab-bred humans, the ability to redesign whole species – you get the picture.

The reality, of course, is that the real world is usually far more mundane: less “zombie apocalypse” and more “teens troll supercomputer; teach it bad habits.”

Looking through this year’s crop of Top Ten Emerging Technologies from the World Economic Forum (WEF), this is probably a good thing...

Jun 23 09:20

Pigs With Lab-Grown Bone Implants ‘Doing Great’

A breakthrough for biomedical engineering gave 14 pigs new implanted bones, grown from stem cells. Even for people with all their 206 bones working just fine, this advancement may radically change facial reconstruction.

Jun 23 08:49

Vladimir Putin Exposes Vaccines As U.S. Cover Up, International Conspiracy

The vaccine industry has almost every world leader, the United States included, in its back pocket. All, that is, except for Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has commonly spoken out against Western dilemmas, such as GMOS. According to a report in Yournewswire, the vocal Russian President has grown even further distraught by Western vaccines.

Jun 23 08:09

There might be a huge flaw in the government’s system to protect you from salmonella.

One of the US Department of Agriculture's main tasks is to ensure that the nation's meat supply is safe. But according to a new peer-reviewed study from the department's own researchers, the USDA's process for monitoring salmonella contamination on chicken—by far the most-consumed US meat—may be flawed.

Jun 23 07:54

No Secrets: Russia to Publish Catalog Disclosing US Military Satellites

The Russian platform would become an analogue to the NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) catalog. It lists over 45,000 tracked objects. Every object has its five-digit number, NORAD ID.

However, in addition to tracking non-military satellites and space debris, the Russian catalog will include data which the United States Space Command does not make public.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Putin is sending a message that he knows where to find those military satellites ... just a week after demonstrating a weapon that can take those satellites down!

Jun 23 07:47

Hundreds of cancer-causing chemicals detected in Americans’ blood, urine and hair, says environmental watchdog

Concerns about the human health effects of perpetual exposure to environmental toxins often get dismissed or ignored by health authorities on the grounds that such

Jun 23 07:44

Current Use Of Some Popular SSRI Antidepressants May Increase The Risk Of Developing Cataracts

Assuming that 10% of Americans take SSRIs, that the increased risk is 15%, and that 1.5% of cataracts in the U.S. are caused by antidepressants, the researchers calculate that SSRIs may cause 22,000 extra cases of cataracts each year.

Jun 23 07:42

Keeping an Eye on the Ball: Visual Problems on SSRIs

I was given an electroretinogram – ERG. This is a range of tests which examine electrical activity within the eye and optic nerve. It involves looking at flashing lights while wired up to a machine that records the results.

My results showed abnormal electrical activity within the retina and I was invited back for further tests. I listened in to the conversation. My consultants were excited. Although certain genetic conditions can apparently produce the findings they were seeing, my results are unusual and do not directly match any known eye condition.

Jun 23 07:13

Southern California Time Bomb: The Ground Surrounding The San Andreas Fault Is ‘Rising And Sinking’

If you reside on the west coast, you are living on borrowed time. As you will see below, stress has been building up along the San Andreas fault for more than a century, and scientists tell us that southern California is way overdue for a major earthquake. When that stress is finally released, the U.S. Geological Survey says that we could be looking at hundreds of billions of dollars in damage. If you follow my work regularly, then you already know that there has been unusual shaking all along the “Ring of Fire” so far in 2016. But thankfully the west coast of the United States has been spared from a major disaster up to this point. Unfortunately, scientists assure us that it is only a matter of time before one strikes, and that is why it is so alarming that the ground surrounding the San Andreas fault has been “rising and sinking”.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Have your Quake Kits in good order!

Jun 23 07:08

“hello, lenin!” three components of america’s misguided foreign policy

by Edward Lozansky and Jim Jatras

Since the end of the Cold War, American foreign policy could almost have been designed to undermine our national interests. Whether under Republican George W. Bush or Democrats Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, we have seen “regime changes” and “color revolutions,” facilitation of global jihadism while claiming to combat it, and gratuitous confrontation with post-communist Russia which was going out of its way to become our reliable ally.

Donald Trump is right to question the value of these foolish and dangerous commitments. If he is elected, he needs to take a hard look at the three components that have ill-served us for so long and should be jettisoned the same way Russia dumped Marxism-Leninism in 1991. If on the other hand Hillary Clinton, a Leninist if ever there was one, is elected, we know that she will continue and even intensify them with potentially catastrophic consequences.

Jun 22 16:59

Has a UFO been spotted leaving Saturn? Mysterious image of dislodged ring sparks frenzy

An image from Nasa’s Cassini spacecraft shows an anomaly in the ring most distant from the spectacular planet.

The picture was snapped in April, but only just released, and shows part of the F-Ring – the most distant ring from Saturn – dislodged.

Methinks it was hit by some type of meteor. This begs a question. If the rings are struck by meteors on a regular basis, which seems logical, then how have they lasted so long? Do they reform after the hit? If so, how? Just a thought...

Jun 22 14:45

NJ Votes to Expand Medical Marijuana Program; Further Nullify Federal Prohibition

By Mike Maharrey

Last week a New Jersey Senate committee approved a measure that would expand the state’s medical marijuana law, further nullifying federal prohibition in practice.

Sen. Nicholas Scutari (D) and Sen. Joseph Vitale (D) introduced Senate Bill 2345 (S2345) on June 9. The legislation would add post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to the list of debilitating medical conditions that qualify a patient to receive medical marijuana under the New Jersey Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Act...

Jun 22 12:04

Even A Small Meal For A Doctor Can Tip The Balance For A Brand-Name Drug

A study published online Monday by JAMA Internal Medicine found significant evidence that doctors who received meals tied to specific drugs prescribed a higher proportion of those products than their peers. And the more meals they received, the greater share of those drugs they tended to prescribe relative to other medications in the same category.

The researchers did not determine whether there was a cause-and-effect relationship between payments and prescribing, a far more difficult proposition, but their study adds to a growing pile of research documenting a link between the two.

Jun 22 11:33

Scientific Research on Marijuana For 40 Years

A new report authored by two organizations concerned with Psychedelic substances – the Drug Policy Alliance, and the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic – has revealed that scientific research on marijuana was impossible in the United States, due to the deliberate action by the DEA.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The "problem" with marijuana is that people can grow it in their back yard, which means Big Pharma cannot monopolize it for commercial exploitation.

Jun 22 11:12

Autism Rates Continue To Explode As More Vaccines Introduced

Autism rates in Asia are reaching new heights as more and more
vaccines are used on the people. Pharma’s long arm is contaminating the
brains of babies and infants because they likely see them as easy
prey, or, uncontested victims. According to a 2015 report in, we are talking about disturbing new trends.

Saigon Tiep Thi newspaper Wednesday quoted a study from
the National Hospital of Pediatrics as saying that the number of
children diagnosed with autism at the Hanoi-based hospital’s
Physiotherapy Department in 2007 was 50 times higher than in 2000

Jun 22 09:50

Another Big-Screen Movie Just Released Investigates Vaccines For Autism Implications

Hot on the heels of the CDC-whistleblower and vaccine-fraud-documentary VAXXED, a new feature length film – Man Made Epidemic – made its debut in London (UK) at the Curzon Cinema in Soho on Thursday, June 16, 2016!

Jun 22 09:17

Chewable, fruit-flavored ADHD medication 'candy' for young children receives FDA approval

The serious issue of overmedicating kids could be about to take on a whole new dimension with the emergence of a new medication known as Adzenys. While kids are generally averse to taking medications, few will turn their noses up at a piece of candy. That is exactly what Adzenys is banking on with its underhanded and potentially dangerous new fruit-flavored amphetamine.

The drug recently hit the market, and psychiatrists are voicing concerns that it could serve as another gateway to ADHD drug abuse. Perhaps not surprisingly, the extended-release amphetamine gained FDA approval in January for patients as young as six years old.

Jun 22 09:03

Obama is gutting Medicare

Under the guise of “reform,” President Obama is dismantling Medicare — dooming seniors to needless pain and disability and shortening their lives.

The stakes are high, because Medicare and the access it gives patients to medical innovations have transformed aging. Before Medicare, older folks languished in nursing homes or wheelchairs with crippling illnesses. Now, seniors dodge that fate, thanks to hip and knee replacements, cataract operations and heart procedures — all paid for by Medicare.

The American Journal of Public Health reports that a man turning 65 can expect to live almost five years longer than he would have in 1970 — and almost all of it in good health. What a priceless gift.

A gift Obama is snatching away.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Look, we have to come up with all that cash for Israel, and that means you old and useless folks are going to have to forget about hip and knee replacements! Governing is choosing. Governing is prioritizing!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Jun 22 08:56

Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts Opens the Legal Door to Retry All Shaken Baby Syndrome Convictions

As the medical profession continues to debate the merits of “Shaken baby syndrome” (SBS), the American judicial system is increasingly determining that the evidence against SBS is strong enough to prevent convictions in a court of law, where the standard is “reasonable doubt.”

As Christina England reports in the story below, Chief Justice Ralph Gants from the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts just ruled this month that another SBS case in Massachusetts must be re-tried, because evidence contrary to the supposed “science” behind SBS was not presented at the trial. Judge Gants even went beyond just issuing a ruling to provide legal advice to attorneys seeking to represent their clients against SBS claims.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

SBS was invented to protect the vaccine companies. Even though the mandated package inserts of many vaccines warn of the possibility of sudden infant death, such deaths are blamed on the parents, some of whom have been sent to prison!

Jun 22 08:52

Iceland's Famous Volcano 'Ready to Blow' Any Day Now, With Little Warning

Dubbed the “Gateway to Hell,” Hekla is a volcano in South Iceland that has not erupted in 16 years. But experts in the field have warned that high pressure readings could point to an imminent explosion.

Jun 22 07:37

“FlyBoard Air” Flying Skateboard: Amazing Tech or VFX Hoax?

The FlyBoard Air Flying Skateboard images look real, like something out of “Back To The Future”.

But are they just elaborate special effects?

The author of the article below argues that the device is very real.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I don't see anything to suggest the videos are fake. If is is visual effects, it's very good and very expensive (with all the actors required and so forth). But I recently had a chance to fly a drone that was stabilized by onboard gyros and computers and frankly, it does seem to me to be technically possible.

Jun 22 06:42

New blood test can predict heart attack within 5 years

Researchers from Imperial College London and University College London have found that “high levels of antibodies – molecules produced by the immune system – are linked to a low risk of heart problems,” even in people who have other risk factors

Jun 21 15:28

Volcano nicknamed GATEWAY TO HELL about to BLOW – and it could affect BRITAIN

Researchers claim The Hekla volcano in southern Iceland, nicknamed the Gateway to Hell, could blow "at any minute" after pressure readings from inside soared in intensity.

It used to erupt regularly, but has been quiet for 16 years, leading geologists to fear it is building up for a mega outburst.

Jun 21 15:11

The Big One: 'Large Scale Motion' Detected Along San Andreas Fault

Large scale motion has been detected along the San Andreas Fault line, thanks to new analysis of existing data that could help predict ‘The Big One’ in the future.

Previously uninterpreted data showing vertical movement of the fault’s crust detected several millimeters of uplift and subsidence in surface areas as large as 125 miles.

Jun 21 14:39

10mn-Year-Old ‘Newborn’: Youngest-Ever Exoplanet Discovered, May Hold Key To Planet Formation

Scientists have discovered the youngest-ever fully formed exoplanet which, by planet standards, is just “an infant.” Analysis of the space body may hold the key to understanding processes that led to Earth’s formation, researchers say.

Jun 21 12:32

50 Holistic Doctors Have Mysteriously Died In The Last Year, But What’s Being Done About It?

In case you’re not aware, the confusing conundrum first began when Dr. Bradstreet was found dead exactly one year ago – yes, on Father’s Day – in the U.S. The noted autism doctor, researcher, and parent was found in a river with a gunshot wound to the chest. While authorities at first thought his death was a result of suicide, it has since been confirmed that Dr. Bradstreet was murdered and that the wound was not self-inflicted. His family, like the families of many other missing and dead naturopathic practitioners and MD doctors, believe that he was murdered for using and promoting controversial therapies, such as GCMaF.

Jun 21 12:26

8-Year-Old On Hyperactivity Meds Dies After Receiving 1,000x Prescribed Dose

An 8-year-old boy died in hospital after a pharmacist mixed his hyperactivity medication at over 1,000 times the prescribed dosage. It wasn’t until later that his family learned the pharmacist who made that error faced no repercussions.

Jun 21 10:24


The U.S. government intends to further their control over the lives of Americans by introducing microchipping for children in the near future.

As time goes by, the government seems to want to regulate the lives of Americans more and more. Sometimes these decisions for further regulation actually help the American people, which is always up for debate and depends on who you are, and sometimes the reasons behind these decisions are dubious and must be called into question.

The latter scenario has been occurring recently as news of the future of tracking people has been spread around.

The concept is simple but the implications behind it are serious: the U.S. government intends to introduce microchipping for children in the near future in an effort to better keep track of them.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Remember how frequently I have been saying, to people with kids and skills, to get out of the country before it is too late?!?

The word "NOW", is having a strong ring to me right now for all of our readers who fit the description above.

IF in fact the US government starts chipping kids, trust them to do this in the most barbaric and intrusive ways possible.

One has to wonder, as these chips are refined and improved, if the government will not only be monitoring our children with chips, but also performing behaviour modification with those chips, if those government officials are not "pleased" with childrens' behaviour.

And if the US government will be doing this to children, how will they attempt to modify behaviour of the adults in society?!?

The history of the use of such chips has been fraught with huge ethical improprieties, and has definitely moved from science fiction to science fact within a very brief period of time.

Jun 21 10:05


The entire Los Angeles metropolitan area and most of Southern California can expect blackouts this summer.

The power grid is under direct threat as a result of the unprecedented, but little reported, massive natural gas leaks at Alisco Canyon that was ongoing for four months as an intense summer heat wave sets in.

According to Reuters:

California will have its first test of plans to keep the lights on this summer…

With record-setting heat and air conditioning demand expected in Southern California, the state’s power grid operator issued a so-called “flex alert,” urging consumers to conserve energy to help prevent rotating power outages – which could occur regardless.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It appears that the State of California, when it comes to planning for peak energy consumption, is pathologically, collectively, incapable of thinking a scenario through to its logical conclusion.

And what happens to people in California logically, and intelligently attempting to live off the grid?!? As reported at in February of this year:

Tyler Truitt, of Huntsville, Alabama is a former marine living on his own land. He moved to Huntsville from California, bought 2 acres of land and put the trailer on it. But he then discovered that because of an ordinance banning trailers within the city limits, he could not hook up to city utility services. Not to be deterred, Truitt installed solar panels for electricity and a rain water catchment system and decided to live off the grid. Huntsville city issued Truitt a citation for parking his trailer in a restricted area, violating zoning laws. The house was later condemned for unsafe living, declared structurally unsound and Truitt and his girlfriend were told they could be arrested for trespassing if they continued to live there. The case went to court, Truitt lost because the ban on trailers was in place before he bought the property and put the trailer there. He intends to appeal.

Living on land he had purchased?!? In a trailer he had purchased?!? Installing solar panels and a rainwater catchment system?!? Having the trailer he purchased condemned as "structurally unsound" And he and his girlfriend informed that they could be "trespassing for walking on the land he owned?!?

IF this is not government gone mad, on steroids, I frankly do not know what is.

Yet this is one of the most strident examples of the California government having completely lost its mind, when it cannot manage its energy needs, then punishes people who want to live off grid.

Jun 21 08:38

WHEN NOT IF: 'Large-scale movement' on San Andreas Fault, prompting fears of major quake

SCIENTISTS have revealed they have detected "large scale movement" within the San Andreas fault line, prompting fears a mega quake could be on its way.

Jun 21 08:03

8-year-old on hyperactivity meds dies after receiving 1,000x prescribed dose

An 8-year-old boy died in hospital after a pharmacist mixed his hyperactivity medication at over 1,000 times the prescribed dosage. It wasn’t until later that his family learned the pharmacist who made that error faced no repercussions.

Jun 21 07:59

If You Want To Accelerate Brain Development In Children, Teach Them Music

By Joe Battaglia

Alternative and complementary treatments such as creative art, meditation, and yoga have been proposed to bridge many gaps that conventional medicine cannot. But music, because of its ubiquity in our society as well as its ease of transmission, has perhaps the greatest potential among alternative therapies to reach people in deep and profound ways. Music matters and it heals.

Music instruction appears to accelerate brain development in young children, particularly in the areas of the brain responsible for processing sound, language development, speech perception and reading skills, according to initial results of a five-year study by USC neuroscientists...

Jun 21 07:58

Obama's EPA caught covering up high heavy metals pollution across U.S. cities as federal government wages multi-faceted WAR against its own citizens

Our citizen-powered EPA Watch program has now resulted in the open source publishing of heavy metals contamination tests of 230 municipal water samples across America. The results show that two to three per cent of the U.S. water is highly contaminated with toxic heavy metals, poisoning an estimated 10 million Americans with brain-damaging contaminants that surpass EPA limits.

Yet the EPA has not alerted Americans to these toxic heavy metals in their water. Just as in the case of Flint, Michigan, the EPA is systematically covering up irrefutable scientific evidence of heavy metals water contamination across America.

Jun 21 06:54

Obamacare premiums set to spike again in 2017

Obamacare was instituted to make sure that every American had access to healthcare, especially low-income individuals and families. But Obamacare insurance premiums are set to go up yet again. For many, their families will be covered, but it could be a hardship.

Jun 21 06:42

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

We’ve all heard the horror stories about what can happen if you choose not to vaccinate your kids, and such kids are quick to get the blame when epidemics do occur. However, the experience of one mom shows a completely different side to the issue.

Jun 21 05:52

California in power grid emergency: “All customers should expect 14 days without power”

The entire Los Angeles metropolitan area and most of Southern California can expect blackouts this summer.

Jun 21 05:16

How to Find a Physician to Support Your Vaccine Choice

Resources For Locating Physicians Who Support Your Vaccine Choice Rights

Jun 20 20:29

Dispensary Owner Says Guard’s Murder Was Caught On Video

They can't put their money in the bank or use credit cards or checks because it is illegal under federal law.

AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – The murder of a security guard Saturday night at a licensed Aurora marijuana dispensary may have been caught on camera.
Police are searching for two suspects described only as black males.

The memorial near the door gave a clue to the sad story. Along with the flowers was a toy figure of a man in a combat uniform. The security guard killed was 24-year-old Travis Mason, a former Marine.Mason’s wife Samantha introduced CBS4 to his three young loving children who had not yet been told their father was murdered.

“I want these people to be found and I want them to be punished for what they did,” Samantha Mason said.
Security for legalized marijuana dispensaries is critical business because the transactions are done in cash.

Jun 20 20:10

The Assault | The Battle of Stalingrad (1 of 3)

"The Eastern Front experienced the viciousness of war on a scale of unimaginable horror and brutality. The bloodiest and most savage fighting took place in Stalingrad between August 1942 and February 1943. Stalin's city on the Volga had military significance for Hitler. It carried the name of his enemy and therefore had to be destroyed. The ensuing battle sealed the fates of hundreds of thousands of soldiers and civilians and marked the turning point of World War II. It was the beginning of the end for Nazi Germany.

Filmed from both the German and Russian perspective, the series contains footage shot by soldiers during the siege. The Russian archives opened their doors to the filmmakers, granting them exclusive access to previously unreleased material.

Jun 20 18:14

Experimental Zika Vaccine Approved For Testing On Human Subjects

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a Zika vaccine for human clinical trials, marking a significant milestone in the struggle to combat the mosquito-borne disease that has become a global health threat, especially to unborn children.

Jun 20 16:40

Off-Grid Survival Trailer for Full Time Living: “Building a Home Out of Two Shipping Containers”

The off-grid, self-sustaining bug out lifestyle has a growing appeal and is an important part of most prepper’s strategy… in some ways it is the ultimate security investment, especially if it is set up for power, water and raising your own food.

Check out this custom-built off-grid home – double trailer design that has afforded freedom for this bold couple in Australia:

Read more at SHTF

Jun 20 16:36

Blackout: California In Power Grid Emergency: “All Customers Should Expect 14 Days Without Power”

The entire Los Angeles metropolitan area and most of Southern California can expect blackouts this summer.

California will have its first test of plans to keep the lights on this summer…

With record-setting heat and air conditioning demand expected in Southern California, the state’s power grid operator issued a so-called “flex alert,” urging consumers to conserve energy to help prevent rotating power outages – which could occur regardless.

Read more at SHTF

Jun 20 14:56

Tonight's the night for a special 'strawberry moon'

As the sun sinks below the horizon tonight, eyes will be fixed on the sky – with spectators admiring a rare astrological event. For the first time since 1967, the longest day of the year – known as the summer solstice – will coincide with a 'strawberry moon.' Despite the name, the moon will not appear pink or red. It is the name given by Native American tribes to the June full moon which they believed signalled the beginning of the strawberry picking season. This year – in a rare occurrence – it will coincide with the summer solstice, already a day steeped in significance for many. Around 25,000 people are expected to gather at Stonehenge in Wiltshire to celebrate the solstice.
It is a tradition which has its roots in pagan times, when Midsummer Day was considered to have power. Of those who attend, many are druids, but some are tourists looking to soak up the atmosphere...

Jun 20 13:02

Microsoft Builds Software For Legal Marijuana Industry

With more and more states legalizing marijuana for recreational or medical use, Microsoft has entered into a partnership to build software that tracks the drug “from seed to sale.”

Jun 20 12:43

Study Shows Americans' Bodies Are Filled With Carcinogens

It’s no secret that many of the everyday conveniences we take for granted contain chemicals linked to cancer: Household products ranging from plastic containers to shampoo and soap have been implicated. And that’s not even including contaminants in drinking water or pesticide exposure from simply walking through your local park.

Jun 20 12:42

Liberty & Drug Tests For All: Lawmaker Seeks To Drug Screen The Rich

While some lawmakers want to require drug screening and testing for welfare and other assistance program applicants, this idea has inspired one US congresswoman to call for the rich to be drug tested if they wish to take advantage of tax deductions.

Jun 20 11:57

6 Zika-Related Pregnancies In US, Half Carried To Term With Birth Defects

In addition to the three babies born with Zika-related defects in the US, three other pregnancies with evidence of the virus were lost, according to the first Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report on Zika pregnancies since their registry launched.

Jun 20 10:55

Scientists Just Figured Out a Highly Efficient Way to Convert Our Trash into Usable Fuel

By Matt Agorist

A recent analysis on plastic use is confirming the peril descending on the world’s oceans as well as entire ecosystems.

According to a report published by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, by the year 2050, there will be more plastic in the oceans than there are fish. Right now, one garbage truck of plastic is dumped into the ocean every minute...

Jun 20 09:59

The GMO Big Lie dies on the vine

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:

“The nation-wide data on maize, cotton, or soybean in the United States do not show a significant signature of genetic-technology on the rate of yield increase.” — Chapter 6, Page 66.

A less ponderous translation: the genetic engineering of crops hasn’t resulted in rising output.

Jun 20 09:59

Boggling flu hoax: not for prime-time news

Dr. Peter Doshi, writing in the online BMJ (British Medical Journal), reveals one monstrosity.

As Doshi states, every year, hundreds of thousands of respiratory samples are taken from flu patients in the US and tested in labs. Here is the kicker: only a small percentage of these samples show the presence of a flu virus.

This means: most of the people in America who are diagnosed by doctors with the flu have no flu virus in their bodies.

So they don’t have the flu.

Therefore, even if you assume the flu vaccine is useful and safe, it couldn’t possibly prevent all those “flu cases” that aren’t flu cases.

The vaccine couldn’t possibly work.

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 (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


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, 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


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.