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Apr 26 09:17

Trump: Cruz/Kasich collusion is “horrible act of desperation”

GOP front runner Donald Trump has slammed the new alliance made between his two remaining rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich as a “horrible act of desperation.”

Apr 26 09:14

The Fluoride Wars: Loving Cancer, Loving Lower IQ

By Jon Rappoport

It’s no surprise that the US government would look the other way when lower IQ and cancer are business as usual.

One of the major agencies that would look the other way is the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

—But suppose scientists within the EPA spoke out, revolted, and issued official rebukes to their own Agency’s position on fluorides?

Talk about cognitive dissonance. Contradiction. “We at the EPA know fluorides are wonderful and safe and beautiful. Of course, our own scientists disagree. Strongly. But don’t worry, we’re ignoring them. And we’re keeping their statements out of the press. Our position on fluorides is administrative. It has nothing to do with science. Anyway, we support cancer and plummeting IQ. They’re wonderful.”...

Apr 26 09:13

Capturing a 'drone's-eye-view' of Mars: Images show the Beagle 2 lander and the red planet's surface in FIVE TIMES more detail than ever before

At an average distance of 225 million km (139.8 million miles) from Earth, the sheer logistics involved in getting information back and forth from Mars make it a mammoth task.

But researchers have found a way to overcome these technical challenges, reworking a series of images beamed back from the red planet to making them up to five times more detailed.

Apr 26 09:12

For your eyes only: Amazon won't sell you the new James Bond film Spectre on DVD unless you sign up to its £79-a-year Prime service

Upset customer, Bradley Kerr, from Birkenhead, said: 'What's with items starting to appear for sale as 'Prime Exclusive'?

'It's utter nonsense to need an £80 subscription to simply buy stuff from Amazon.

'Amazon Prime should provide perks to Prime members, not lock out non-members from basic services.'

'Don't you guys earn enough money without forcing people to join Prime?'

Amazon bosses have also given the 'exclusively for Prime Members' badge to a selection of Barbie toys and other video games.

Apr 26 09:07

Hidden Costs Of US Air War

USA Today reported on April 19 that U.S. air forces bombing Syria and Iraq have been operating under new, looser rules of engagement since last fall. The war commander, Lt Gen Sean McFarland, now orders air strikes that are expected to kill up to 10 civilians without prior approval from U.S. Central Command, and U.S. officials made it clear to USA Today that U.S. air strikes are killing more civilians as a result of the new rules.

Apr 26 08:54

‘Highway Robbery’: OK Police Seize $53k Of Funds For Thai Orphanage

After being accused of “highway robbery” for seizing over $53,000 from a Christian rock band fundraising for a Christian school in Burma and an orphanage in Thailand, police in Oklahoma have been forced to backtrack on felony charges they had initiated against the man safeguarding the money.

Apr 26 08:52

First the pro-EU campaign drafts in President Obama... now GOD wants you to vote against Brexit in the referendum

The Church of England has been attacked by Brexit campaigners after producing a referendum prayer calling for the 'peoples of Europe' to work together.

The extraordinary message has been specifically written to be used by worshippers during the battle.

The move was condemned as the latest installment in the 'Project Fear' approach adopted by David Cameron's Remain campaign.

Apr 26 08:46

‘Fear Of Being Branded Racist’ Stops UK Cops From Halting Forced Marriages

Police are failing to take action against forced marriages for fear of being called “racist”, according to women’s rights campaigner Yasmin Choudhury.

Writing for the Independent, Choudhury said strict traditions in South Asian communities have led to authorities shying away “from the problem of fear of cultural offence.”

Apr 26 08:45

Hellstorm at The Myrtle Beach International Film Festival

On a nice, warm Saturday afternoon a good crowd had gathered at Broadway Cinemas in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. We were there to watch Hellstorm, a documentary by Kyle Hunt and Tom Goodrich, illustrating the horrific and oftentimes unimaginable treatment of the German people after World War II.

As well done as the film is, it is certainly not for the faint-hearted, but nonetheless it is still imperative for every person of European descent to see this for it gives us a glimpse of what could happen if the Jews have their way and do successfully implement their New World Order.

Apr 26 08:39

In The Like Of Duty: Jurors Facing Fines For Facebooking In Court

Serving on a jury is one of the most begrudged civic duties Americans perform. In the age of social media, however, jurors looking to spice up the proceedings with Facebook posts on the case are now facing harsher penalties than being stuck on jury duty.

Apr 26 08:38

A new theory of inertia could explain the EM Drive’s anomalous thrust

The fact is, the EM Drive is still a big mystery. Its readings are now far better supported than they were at this time last year, but that’s not to say that they have been accepted by a majority of the scientific community. Any eventual explanation for this seemingly impossible behavior will, almost by definition, be an astonishing change to basic physical theory — all we really need to do is hope that the thrust readings hold up to testing in space and elsewhere.

Apr 26 08:38

How the Israelis Hoodwinked JFK on Going Nuclear

Newly declassified documents reveal how David Ben-Gurion’s mumbles and a trick sightseeing tour helped Israeli officials pull the wool over Washington’s eyes on the real purpose of the Dimona reactor.

Apr 26 08:34

Argentina: Government Shows Signs Of Siding With Farmers In Dispute With Monsanto

The world’s third largest soy exporter may have just dealt another blow to the multi-national agricultural company Monsanto. A simple decree by the Argentine government regarding food inspection may signal an even bigger...

Apr 26 08:32

SaneVax Challenges The EU’s European Medicines Agency Regarding The HPV Vaccines Science

By now, it’s probably safe to assume that most of the world’s population has heard about the fraudulent vaccine research that’s been an apparent ongoing scientific ‘end run play’ in the USA since the clandestine Simpsonwood Meeting in June of 2000 to prove that vaccines do not cause, nor are they…

Apr 26 08:32

Farage Shoots Down Brexit Support From French Far-Right Chief Le Pen

Brexit campaigners, including UKIP’s Nigel Farage, have shunned support from the French Front National leader, Marine Le Pen, ahead of her controversial visit to Britain.

Le Pen, who previously compared Muslims praying in the streets to Nazis occupying France, is planning a trip to London at the end of May or early June.

Apr 26 08:25

F-35's dodgy software in the spotlight again

America's toothless Tiger Moth, the F?35, has copped another backhander from US government auditors: the US Government Accountability Office reckons its logistics software isn't ready for battlefield deployment.

The GAO also warns that the US$16.7bn Autonomic Logistics Information System (ALIS) could, instead, swallow anything between $20 and $100bn.

Those warnings are contained in a report (PDF) titled DoD Needs a Plan to Address Risks Related to Its Central Logistics System.

The GAO is also concerned that the DoD's management of ALIS is so ad-hoc that the "full scale production" due-date of 2019 might not be met.

Apr 26 08:25

CIA Doesn’t Have To Disclose Info On Drone Killings, Appeals Court Rules

A federal appeals court has rejected a freedom of information lawsuit brought about by the American Civil Liberties Union, ruling that the government doesn’t have to disclose the victims of CIA “targeted killings” by drones.

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