Thursday, April 30, 2015

'Safe' low doses of mercury linked to autoimmune disease, children still injected!

(NaturalNews) When it comes to mercury contamination of seafood, scientists and environmentalists ring the alarm, warning consumers that eating too much fish can expose the body to toxic amounts of mercury.When it comes to mercury in vaccines, however, it's a much different story...


Big Pharma will never solve the world's health problems because it makes too much money off disease

(NaturalNews) One of the most fraudulent industries in America today, the pharmaceutical drug racket, has very little to do with actually healing people, and everything to do with generating obscene profits for corporate executives and their vast network of drug dispensers. After...


Michigan Proposes Bill to Require Official Visits to Parents Homeschooling Their Children

Like dogs and sex offenders, the state wants children registered.

from SHTF Plan - When It Hits The Fan, Don't Say We Didn't Warn You

Baltimore: A Legacy of Failed State Experiments : Anything Peaceful : Foundation for Economic Education

Baltimore: A Legacy of Failed State Experiments : Anything Peaceful : Foundation for Economic Education: What do all these policies have in common? They represent the fatal error, common for the better part of a century, of believing that policy elites can manage the social order better than the social order can manage itself. Only the ruling class can decide where and how people should live, how they will be educated, what they can buy and sell, the terms of labor contracts, what businesses come and go, and who gets to enter into certain occupations and the terms under which they may do so. The government would do it all: build and maintain the housing, provide the education, make the jobs, set the pay, enable the security, and administer the justice.... How many other cities will burn before we admit it? How much longer must we endure pious lectures by left-wing intellectual elites about how “we haven’t done enough,” as well as the angry brown-shirted bromides by right-wing pundits about how recalcitrants need more iron-fisted blows to the head? We are witnessing the terrible costs of a failed worldview that resulted in many failed states. What remains to us is the option to try what we should have done long ago: permit people to work out their problems for themselves, unmolested and unimpeded in the exercise of their human rights. They can and will take care of themselves.

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The Chart that Could Undo the Healthcare System : Anything Peaceful : Foundation for Economic Education

The Chart that Could Undo the Healthcare System : Anything Peaceful : Foundation for Economic Education: "Part of this, Mr. Cowen observes, stems from well-meaning efforts to do more with education, government, and health care that instead seem to have backfired and left us with noncompetitive institutions closer to failing us than to serving us well.

With respect to healthcare, this chart gives us an indication of why these efforts are backfiring: The more an industry becomes like a regulated utility, the more administrators are required to enforce the regulations and administer the programs. And they, as well as the programs they administer, are expensive. All manner of distortions follow, and the costs of healthcare go up proportionally.... The trouble with any further healthcare reform is that a massive coalition of special interests in multiple sectors has formed as a husk around the entire industry — a care-tel, if you will — and they will be very difficult to dislodge."

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Study Finds “Presence of Professional Protesters to Incite More Violence” in Baltimore and Ferguson

If the Baltimore riots seem like a tired replay of Ferguson, there might be a good reason as to why.

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TV2 Denmark documentary on HPV vaccine shows lives of young women ruined

Health Impact News Editor Comments:TV2 Denmark has done something no mainstream media network in the United States will dare to do: look into the controversial HPV vaccine that many have claimed has ruined the lives of so many young women, and publish an investigative report. In December of 2013 Katie Couric did a show on the HPV Gardasil Vaccine where she dared to interview the mother of a young woman who died shortly after receiving the vaccine. Couric's program was hardly pro-vaccine, as she gave both sides of the controversy, with a huge emphasis on the pharmaceutical side claiming the vaccine was safe, but she was viciously attacked by the mainstream media anyway and forced to apologize for even asking questions about the possible risks of the HPV vaccine. With such censorship so obvious in the U.S. mainstream media, it is refreshing to see the Danish media make this documentary available with English subtitles for the rest of the world to watch. Families and doctors are interviewed, and the tough questions are not censored. Similar to the U.S., these vaccine damaged girls can find no help from their government since the vaccine injuries are vigorously denied by their government, leaving them and their parents feeling "betrayed."

from Signs of the Times

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) “Lacks Transparency”, Agency’s Secrecy

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Monsanto sued in Los Angeles County for False Advertising on Glyphosate Claim

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from Health Impact News

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France’s Intelligence Bill: legalising mass surveillance

The French government claims its new Intelligence Bill is defined in opposition to the American and British models – but this just doesn't hold once the text is examined. Quite the contrary.

During a rally against the new Intelligence Bill in Paris, April 2015. Demotix/Yann Korbi. All rights reserved. During a rally against the new Intelligence Bill in Paris, April 2015. Demotix/Yann Korbi. All rights reserved.

On 19 March , French Prime Minister Manuel Valls organised a press conference to announce the Intelligence Bill that his government had just adopted and was presenting to Parliament. Confronting the media, Valls sought to dismiss growing concerns that the bill, the contents of which had been leaked to the press a few days earlier, would undermine the right to privacy. “This has nothing to do with the generalised surveillance of citizens”, Valls said to journalists. He even went on to claim that the bill would “forbid” mass surveillance.

This posture came all the more naturally to the French Government as it has kept its head down and weathered the storm since the Snowden disclosures began almost two years ago. Even when documents exposing the cooperation between the French General Directorate for External Security (DGSE) and the NSA and other Five-Eyes agencies (the LUSTRE agreement) came to light, public officials either refrained from any comment or issued denials. Today, the Valls government is claiming that the bill is simply a matter of securing the legitimate intelligence collection practices of the French security services, which hitherto lacked a proper legal framework.

These reassurances, however, do not survive proper scrutiny. A close reading of the Bill shows that it authorises the government to engage in preventive surveillance of private communications and public spaces for a broad range of motives – from terrorism to economic espionage and the monitoring of social movements – without proper ex ante control. It also orchestrates the legal whitewashing of mass surveillance, and legalizes tools and policies that directly echo those of other surveillance superpowers, like the US, the UK or Germany. Three examples are particularly telling.

Black boxes: legalizing “plug-and-spy” surveillance devices

The most fiercely debated item of the bill relates to so-called Internet “black boxes” aimed at detecting terrorist threats. Article 2 makes provision for the Prime Minister to require telecom operators and online platforms to install technical devices on their infrastructure (networks or servers) that will use custom algorithms to detect suspicious online behaviour.

According to examples quoted by government ministers and high-ranking officials in the intelligence community, the goal is to detect the use of particular encryption protocols or web browsing habits. Though the government denies this is the case, there is every indication that these black boxes will deploy some kind of Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology.

From a British and American perspective, these black boxes are hardly news. In the UK, a similar provision was debated as early as 2000, and eventually subsumed in the Regulatory Investigative Powers Act, section 12. More recently, documents leaked by Mark Klein – a former AT&T employee turned whistleblower – revealed that the NSA had implemented DPI technologies to monitor Internet traffic on US soil.

Of course, the technology will be provided by the private sector. Mark Klein's documents showed the NSA's DPI gear was built by a division of Boeing. In France, a likely candidate to manufacture these black boxes is the home-grown Qosmos, a worldwide expert in DPI technology. Qosmos has  nurtured close ties with the French intelligence services and even received public funding through the French sovereign fund in 2011. The company is also at the centre of an investigation by a Parisian judge specialised in crimes against humanity for its role in providing censorship and surveillance tools to the Libyan and Syrian dictatorships.

Quite daringly, the government claims such black boxes have nothing to do with mass surveillance, arguing that they will only scan “anonymous” metadata, while only a small portion of suspicious data will trigger further investigations. From a legal perspective, however, it is clear that these devices amount to a massive processing of personal data, including that of people for whom there is no suspicion of direct or indirect relationship to a crime. As such, they run counter to the case law of the EU Court of Justice and that of the European Court of Human Rights.[1] Moreover, as leading computer experts have long argued, such data-mining systems are bound to be ineffective when it comes to finding “the needle in the haystack”, leading to huge amounts of false leads and investigative dead-ends.

International surveillance: negating the universality of human rights

In article 3, the French Intelligence Bill defines “international surveillance measures” as communications “sent or received abroad” and then goes on to establish a minimal framework for the surveillance of such international communications. The bill's rapporteur, Jean-Jacques Urvoas, argues this is a major step forward since until now international surveillance was left unregulated.

However, as was implicitly recognised by the head of the DGSE in parliamentary hearings, surveillance activities carried on beyond French borders will remain completely unregulated. The provision is actually drafted in a way that makes it only applicable to the interception of international communications when conducted from French territory. In sum, French agencies will be able to massively tap into global communications networks located under French jurisdiction or anywhere else in the world, and then legally store, retrieve and analyse collected data on French territory.

In that regard, the provision echoes the collection practices at the heart of the unfolding BND scandal in Germany (authorized under the G-10 law that regulates the surveillance activities of intelligence agencies) as well as section 702 of the US FISA law. Considering that most of French residents' online communications are “made or received abroad” – particularly in the US or in other European countries where the servers of the largest online service providers are located – it will be used against national citizens and residents, much like FISA section 702 for “US-persons”. Intelligence agencies will therefore use it to circumvent the protections provided for national surveillance, such as the ex ante opinion issued by the intelligence oversight commission. As for foreigners, they will remain completely “fair game”.

So why are the bill's advocates completely confident that the provision is compliant with human rights standards? In their defence, they quote a recent study on “fundamental rights in the digital sphere” conducted by the Council of State – the French supreme court for administrative justice. The latter invoked the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights to back up a contested legal premise according to which “(...) the fact that there are lesser safeguards surrounding the interception of communications when it is located abroad rather than on the [national] territory is justified”.

Traditionally, such a dual regime distinguishing national and international surveillance has been justified by the practical limitations to the ability of states to engage in mass surveillance outside of their territory. But in the age of global and digital communications networks, where whole civilian populations have become subject to systematic surveillance, this outdated “laissez-faire” approach does not only completely negate the universality of human rights when it comes to foreigners. It also leads to opportunistic strategies where the cross-border nature of communications is used to bypass the checks-and-balances that protect the state's own citizens, all within the comfort of the national territory.

Secret trials: procedures for unaccountability

Finally, the government alleges that the bill brings more protection to fundamental rights by opening the possibility of legal redress. According to the text, any person who thinks they might be subject to preventive surveillance will be able to have their day in court by appealing to the Council of State.

But this new procedure has many loopholes. First, it is unclear how individuals will be able to demonstrate that they have “a direct and personal interest” in bringing a case against what are by definition clandestine operations. More importantly perhaps, the procedure heavily relies on secrecy, as intelligence agencies will be able to submit classified material to judges and make oral arguments during closed-door in camera sessions. In the name of national security, these evidence and arguments will remain inaccessible to claimants and their lawyers.

Once again, this provision seems modelled on other surveillance superpowers. They particularly bring to mind one of the most worrying trends in British law: the growing resort to “Closed-Material Procedures” (CMPs) in national security cases. According to a recent EU Parliament study on the use of secrecy in courts (as discussed on openDemocracy), such secret procedures come with important challenges:

“(...)The use of information and materials provided by intelligence communities, which are kept secret and not disclosed to the defendants in the name of national security, not only sparks debate in terms of respect for fair trials, equality of arms and fundamental rights. It also poses important questions linked to the changing practices of the intelligence communities and the extent to which materials provided by these services in courts is properly scrutinised by judicial authorities.”

Although the secret procedures created by the French bill have a much narrower scope than British CMPs – they are limited to cases of alleged illegal surveillance –, they also come with less protections. For instance, there will be no security-vetted lawyers allowed to access secret material and participate in closed-door hearings so as to defend the claimants' interest (so-called “special advocates”). This is all the more worrying considering the institutional arrangements undermining the independence of the Council of State: half of its judges are directly designated by the President and many go back and forth between the Council's benches and high-ranking jobs in the executive branch during the course of their career. Such proximity only reinforces the risk that magistrates will uncritically rely on intelligence information based on a presumption of good faith, thereby protecting government interests in cases of illegal surveillance.

Can the French political system resist mass surveillance?

These three examples reveal only some of the many dangers contained in France’s Intelligence Bill. But they clearly show how untruthful the public relations strategy of the Valls Government is. The notion that France’s surveillance apparatus is defined in opposition to the American and British models just does not hold good once the text is examined in detail. Quite the contrary: we see similar technical, legal and procedural devices being used to subject whole populations to surveillance, while sheltering the reason of state from appropriate checks and balances.

Manuel Valls is confident the bill will sail through Parliament. The terrorist threat and the collective trauma ensuing from the Paris attacks is of course playing into the hands of the government. Many leaders of the main opposition party, the UMP (conservative) are engaging in a securitarian horse-race, warning that they will oppose any measure hindering the power of the intelligence services. As for his own majority, Valls knows he can rely on the bill's rapporteur, Jean-Jacques Urvoas, one of his most loyal allies in the Socialist Party, who is a member of several intelligence oversight agencies and one of the bill's key architects.

Finally, though the government quite paradoxically claims the law was not “dictated by circumstances”, it has chosen to trigger a fast-track parliamentary procedure, allowing only one reading of the bill in each chamber of Parliament. From this perspective, the adoption of the Intelligence Bill is a matter of weeks (after adopting a few amendments mid-April, the National Assembly will hold a formal vote on May 5 before the bill goes to the Senate floor, probably in June).

Yet, opposition to the bill is unprecedented. Digital rights groups, international human rights organisations as well as judges and lawyers unions are teaming up. They are joined by prominent institutions like the data protection authority as well as media and international organisations. Several officials of the Council of Europe or the United Nations also came out strongly against this law. Even the president of the CNCIS – the French intelligence oversight commission – denounced the legalisation of mass surveillance practices as amounting to “trawl fishing” rather than “targeted harpooning”.

If the government were to get the approvals of the Parliament and the French constitutional court despite this near-unanimous opposition, it would be yet further evidence of the profound crisis of a political system determined to distort the truth if necessary, to break away from the rule of law.


[1] See, e.g., ECHR, Amann v. Switzerland, February 16th, 2000, §69: “The Court reiterates that the storing by a public authority of information relating to an individual’s private life amounts to an interference within the meaning of Article 8. The subsequent use of the stored information has no bearing on that finding.” See also EUCJ, Digital Rights v. Ireland, April 28, 2014, §57: The Court invalidated the 2006 data retention directive after finding that the latter “cover[ed], in a generalised manner, all persons and all means of electronic communication as well as all traffic data without any differentiation, limitation or exception being made in the light of the objective of fighting against serious crime.”

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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Why Life in America Can Literally Drive You Insane | Alternet

Why Life in America Can Literally Drive You Insane | Alternet: "Yet another explanation for the epidemic may also be evolving from radical to mainstream, thanks primarily to the efforts of investigative journalist Robert Whitaker and his book Anatomy of An Epidemic (2010). Whitaker argues that the adverse effects of psychiatric medications are the primary cause of the epidemic. He reports that these drugs, for many patients, cause episodic and moderate emotional and behavioral problems to become severe, chronic and disabling ones.

Examining the scientific literature that now extends over 50 years, Whitaker discovered that while some psychiatric medications for some people may be effective over the short term, these drugs increase the likelihood that a person will become chronically ill over the long term. Whitaker reports, “The scientific literature shows that many patients treated for a milder problem will worsen in response to a drug—say have a manic episode after taking an antidepressant—and that can lead to a new and more severe diagnosis like bipolar disorder.”

With respect to the dramatic increase of pediatric bipolar disorder, Whitaker points out that, “Once psychiatrists started putting ‘hyperactive’ children on Ritalin, they started to see prepubertal children with manic symptoms. Same thing happened when psychiatrists started prescribing antidepressants to children and teenagers. A significant percentage had manic or hypomanic reactions to the antidepressants.” And then these children and teenagers are put on heavier duty drugs, including drug cocktails, often do not respond favorably to treatment and deteriorate. And that, for Whitaker, is a major reason for the 35-fold increase between 1987 and 2007 of children classified as being disabled by mental disorders. "

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Jade Helm 15: Police State USA, The End of Posse Comitatus?

Earlier this year US Retired Non-Commissioned Special Forces Officer Tom Mead addressed the Howard County Texas Board of Supervisors on the Jade Helm 15 military and law enforcement exercises that will be taking place in across the southern United States…

from Global Research

Monday, April 27, 2015

30,000 Doctors in Argentina Demand that Glyphosate (Monsanto Roundup) Be Banned

If the millions of regular people who have asked Monsanto to stop selling their toxic chemicals is not enough, more than 30,000 doctors and health professionals are asking that glyphosate be banned. The doctors are part of FESPROSA, Argentina’s Union…

from Global Research

Feds Say It's Time To Cut Back On Fluoride In Drinking Water

Excess fluoride consumption is leading to tiny white marks on many people's teeth. It's mainly a cosmetic problem, but one that could be solved by lowering the fluoride in drinking water.

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Baltimore Orioles Exec. Issues Surprisingly Powerful Defense of Protesters' Right to Be Outraged About Freddie Gray and Economy | Alternet

Baltimore Orioles Exec. Issues Surprisingly Powerful Defense of Protesters' Right to Be Outraged About Freddie Gray and Economy | Alternet: "That said, my greater source of personal concern, outrage and sympathy beyond this particular case is focused neither upon one night’s property damage nor upon the acts, but is focused rather upon the past four-decade period during which an American political elite have shipped middle class and working class jobs away from Baltimore and cities and towns around the U.S. to third-world dictatorships like China and others, plunged tens of millions of good, hard-working Americans into economic devastation, and then followed that action around the nation by diminishing every American’s civil rights protections in order to control an unfairly impoverished population living under an ever-declining standard of living and suffering at the butt end of an ever-more militarized and aggressive surveillance state."

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Why Millions of Americans Feel Like They Have No Power Over Their Lives | Alternet

Arne Duncan Threatens to Step In if Opt Outs Continue to Grow

Arne Duncan’s response to the many thousands of parents who are now opting out of state testing is typical of his past remarks about “white suburban moms” who are disappointed to learn that their children are not so brilliant after all, or teachers and parents who have been “lying” to their children by praising their […]

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Business News: Follow the Money!

This is one of the best articles you will read about Common Core and testing. It appears in the Long Island Business News. It shows the big business of testing, with a focus on Pearson. Race to the Top, it turns out, unleashed a dash to the cash. And Pearson was the biggest winner. Since […]

from Diane Ravitch's blog

Comey: The most frightening lesson from the Holocaust - Commentary

Comey: The most frightening lesson from the Holocaust - Commentary: "I want them to see that, although this slaughter was led by sick and evil people, those sick and evil leaders were joined by, and followed by, people who loved their families, took soup to a sick neighbor, went to church and gave to charity.
Good people helped murder millions. And that’s the most frightening lesson of all — that our very humanity made us capable of, even susceptible to, surrendering our individual moral authority to the group, where it can be hijacked by evil. Of being so cowed by those in power. Of convincing ourselves of nearly anything.
In their minds, the murderers and accomplices of Germany, and Poland, and Hungary, and so many, many other places didn’t do something evil. They convinced themselves it was the right thing to do, the thing they had to do. That’s what people do. And that should truly frighten us.
That is why I send our agents and our analysts to the Holocaust Museum. I want them to stare at us and realize our capacity for rationalization and moral surrender. I want them to walk out of that great museum treasuring the constraint and oversight of divided government, the restriction of the rule of law, the binding of a free and vibrant press. I want them to understand that all of this is necessary as a check on us because of the way we are. We must build it, we must know it and we must nurture it now, so that it can save us later. That is the only path to the responsible exercise of power."

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BAM! Chipotle goes 100% non-GMO; flatly rejecting the biotech industry and its toxic food ingredients

(NaturalNews) The free market victories against the sleazy biotech industry are coming at a rapid pace now, and the latest announcement is a real game changer: Chipotle Mexican Grill has outright rejected all GMOs and, as of today, is now serving all non-GMO ingredients in its foods...


Sunday, April 26, 2015

Testing Corporations Spend Millions to Lobby Congress and State Legislatures

Valerie Strauss posted an article about the lobbying activities of the giant testing corporations. They spend many millions of dollars to ensure that Congress and the states understand the importance of buying their services. It would be awful for them if any state decided to let teachers write their own tests and test what they … … Continue reading

from Diane Ravitch's blog

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Food And Chemical Companies Spent $63.6 Million In 2014 To Defeat GMO Labeling

Food and biotechnology companies spent $63.6 million in 2014 alone to oppose mandatory labeling of genetically modified food ingredients, or GMOs, according to a new analysis by EWG. The Grocery Manufacturers Association, for example, disclosed $5.8 million in lobbying expenditures around GMO labeling in 2014, “up sharply from $60,000 in 2013,” according to the analysis. PepsiCo nearly doubled the amount it spent, dedicating more than $4 million to the anti-labeling effort in 2014, up from 2.6 million in 2013. Other iconic companies that spent big in 2014 to deny consumers the right to know if their foods contain GMOs include Kellogg ($2.1 million), General Mills ($2.6 million) and Coca-Cola, which put up more than $9 million – the most of any food company, according to the report.

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California Orange County CPS Sued for Kidnapping More than 5,000 Children

Attorney Shawn McMillan is continuing his fight against the corrupt Child and Protective Services in California, and has now filed a class action lawsuit against Orange County California for allegedly seizing more 5000 children in State-sponsored kidnappings. This follows his December 2014 class action lawsuit against CPS in Riverside County in California, which is also accused of kidnapping "thousands" of children without cause.

from Health Impact News

Congress Wants to Put Artisanal Soap Makers Out of Business for Your Safety

Here's what you can do to help protect cottage industries that provide non-carcinogenic alternatives to mass-manufactured personal care products.

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Why Does the Néw York Times Ignore Parent-Led Mass Opt Out?

The Néw York Times has barely covered the historic parent Opt Out movement. Before the testing began, it ran a story about parents who decided not to opt out for fear their children would suffer. When the opt out was making news across the nation, given the huge numbers, the Times did not deign to […]

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How the legal system often ignores the constitutional rights of parents - The Washington Post

How the legal system often ignores the constitutional rights of parents - The Washington Post: "...Sam Wright agrees that the parents have the Constitution on their side, but cautions that bureaucrats and lower court judges routinely ignore such petty issues as constitutional rights when it comes to enforcing the their conceptions of “the best interests of the child”:"

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Battlefield America: The War on the American People

We have entered into a particularly dismal chapter in the American narrative, one that shifts us from a swashbuckling tale of adventure into a bone-chilling horror story.

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Whooping Cough Outbreaks Traced to Change in Vaccine

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Convoy of military vehicles “as far as the eye can see”, massive military buildup in America continues

Intellihub | New video footage out of Oroville, California shows a convoy of military vehicles as far as the eye can see.

The post Convoy of military vehicles “as far as the eye can see”, massive military buildup in America continues appeared first on Intellihub.

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Home schooling was focus of Child Protection investigation, N.J. family says

BELVIDERE—A Warren County family is suing the state's Division of Child Protection and Permanency for alleged unconstitutional home intrusion and civil rights violations. Christopher Zimmer and his wife Nicole, of Belvidere, filed a civil rights complaint in United States District Court in Trenton yesterday against DCP&P, a DCP&P supervisor and one of its case workers for an alleged "unlawful and unconstitutional home intrusion of their home." "I won't forget that morning for a long, long time," said Mr. Zimmer, thinking back to a Tuesday morning in January that began with a caseworker pounding on their door. .... Mr. Zimmer said...

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Police in Palm Beach Shot, Paralyzed an Unarmed Man After Encounter Based on Riding His Bike the Wrong Way

The insane array of petty reasons cops have to try to stop us lead once again to shooting of unarmed man.

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Cop Ruptures Man’s Spleen as Fellow Officers Take Pics and Laugh

Robert Liese was in jail for being unable to pay a $60 bar tab.

Orlando, FL — An Orlando cop has been arrested after surveillance video showed him violently kneeing a handcuffed man. But further investigation into the matter shows that his fellow officers were not only complicit in covering it up, but also sadistically laughed as the man lay bleeding internally in the cell.

Orlando police Officer Peter Delio was arrested in March and charged with felony battery after surveillance video showed him kneeing a handcuffed, Robert Liese, in the gut.

Several hours later Liese underwent emergency surgery to remove his spleen.

What happened between the initial blow to the stomach and the time the paramedics were notified is disturbing, to say the least.

Robert Liese was in jail after he says a friend left him with a $60 bar tab that he was unable to pay. Besides being drunk, not once did Liese ever pose a threat to officers. In fact, he peacefully offered Delio his hands to be brought to jail after knowing that he was not going to be able to pay.

But Liese says that Delio didn’t care that he was nice and then kicked the handcuffed man in the stomach as he was loading him into the squad car.

Once in jail, Liese headbutted the door because he was upset and injured, and he was trying to get the attention of someone besides the officers who were outside of the door ridiculing him.

Officer Delio, who apparently wanted to take out more frustrations on the restrained man, then walked into the cell and kneed him in the stomach so hard, that it ruptured his spleen.

The pain was so great that Liese was immobilized. Delio picks the man up like a ragdoll and laughably yells to Liese, “stop resisting.”

He could barely breathe, and he fell to the floor in agony. He was then picked up and dragged out of the cell to be placed in leg restraints.

During the two hours long video after Liese was struck by the officer, he begged for help.

Sgt. Michael Faulkner reported to internal affairs that Liese not only didn’t ask for medical attention, but that he refused it.

Unlike Sgt. Faulkner, however, the video does not lie. Not five, not ten, but at least twenty times Liese can be heard on video begging for medical attention.

“I need medical attention, please,” Liese said.

“What do you need medical attention for?” Faulkner asked.

“I have to lay down, please. I want to lay down,” Liese said. “My chest.”

“What’s wrong?” Faulkner asked Liese.

“I can’t breathe right,” Liese said.

But the sadistic Faulkner did not render aid, nor did he call paramedics; instead, he took cell phone pics of the injured man.

According to WFTV, Faulkner told internal affairs investigators that he was investigating Delio’s use of force. But the video shows Liese is the one who brought it up and Faulkner never asked about it.

“I got kicked in the chest in the backseat of the car,” Liese said.

Crucial minutes past that could have led to the death of Liese. During this time, the officers can be heard on the surveillance video laughing and joking about the man who lay dying just a few feet away.

“Somebody, please call the – paramedics,” Liese said suffering as the laughter continued.

Finally after nearly two hours, paramedics arrived, and Liese’s life was saved.

Once again, heroes are exposed for villains, thanks to the power of the camera lens. Luckily no lives were lost due to these criminal actions.



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The Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Death of the Republic | WEB OF DEBT BLOG

The Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Death of the Republic | WEB OF DEBT BLOG: Something else besides attracting investment money and encouraging foreign trade seems to be going on. The TPP would destroy our republican form of government under the rule of law, by elevating the rights of investors – also called the rights of “capital” – above the rights of the citizens.

That means that TPP is blatantly unconstitutional. But as Joe Firestone observes, neo-liberalism and corporate contributions seem to have blinded the deal’s proponents so much that they cannot see they are selling out the sovereignty of the United States to foreign and multinational corporations.

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Thursday, April 23, 2015

Biotech front group's smear campaign against Doctor Oz spectacularly backfires as he publicly outs the felons and frauds behind it

(NaturalNews) The contrived attacks on Doctor Oz backfired in spectacular fashion today as he took to the air to expose the convicted felons, frauds and hucksters -- all doctors operating as corporate front men -- who tried to silence him.To confront the vicious attempts at defamation...


Hey Mr. President: Transparency Applies to the TPP, Too

President Barack Obama speaks with Michelle Bachelet, the President of Chile, at the White House in Washington, June 30, 2014. The bilateral meeting was to touch on the ongoing Trans-Pacific Partnership trade negotiations and other regional issues. (Stephen Crowley/The New York Times) President Obama speaks with Michelle Bachelet, the president of Chile, at the White House in Washington, June 30, 2014. The bilateral meeting was to touch on the ongoing Trans-Pacific Partnership trade negotiations and other regional issues. (Stephen Crowley/The New York Times)

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Transparency belongs in all parts of a democracy.

This morning, President Obama announced that back in January we accidentally killed two hostages, including one US citizen, with a drone during a counterterrorism operation targeting al-Qaeda operatives in a compound along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.

The hostages, American Warren Weinstein and Italian Giovanni Lo Porto, were apparently in the compound when it was hit by the drone strike.

See more news and opinion from Thom Hartmann at Truthout here.

Officials are saying that they had no idea Weinstein and Lo Porto were in the compound at the time of the attack.

The strike also killed two US-born al-Qaeda operatives, Adam Gadahn and Ahmed Farouq.

Speaking about the tragic deaths of Weinstein and Lo Porto, President Obama said that, "As president and as Commander-in-Chief, I take full responsibility for all our counterterrorism operations including the one that inadvertently took the lives of Warren and Giovanni."

The president then talked about why the government had chosen to make the operation and its tragic results public.

He said that, "As soon as we determined the cause of their deaths, I directed that the existence of this operation be declassified and disclosed publicly. I did so because the Weinstein and Lo Porto families deserved to know the truth. And I did so because, even as certain aspects of our national security efforts have to remain secret in order to succeed, the United States is a democracy, committed to openness in good times and in bad."

President Obama is absolutely right. The United States is a democracy, and transparency is an absolutely necessary prerequisite for a democracy to properly function.

But when it comes to transparency you can't play pick and choose.

You can't be transparent about a counterterrorism operation that went horribly wrong, but then be incredibly secretive about something like... the TPP.

Earlier this week, President Obama was interviewed by Chris Matthews. One of the major topics of that discussion was the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

In his interview with Matthews, President Obama continued to tout the TPP, saying that he wouldn't promote something that would hurt our economy and hurt working-class Americans.

President Obama also called out TPP opponents like Sen. Elizabeth Warren, saying that she and others are wrong about the facts of the deal.

But here's the problem. It's hard to know who's right or wrong about the facts of the TPP because it's been negotiated largely in secret behind closed doors.

Any information we do have about it is from leaks, and there is still a great deal we don't know about the agreement.

In a statement on her website, Senator Warren responded to the president, saying that, "The government doesn't want you to read this massive new trade agreement. It's top secret. Why? Here's the real answer people have given me: 'We can't make this deal public because if the American people saw what was in it, they would be opposed to it.'"

Senator Warren went on to say that, "If the American people would be opposed to a trade agreement if they saw it, then that agreement should not become the law of the United States."

So, what do we know about the TPP?

Well, according to Public Citizen, we know that the TPP could ship millions of good-paying US jobs overseas.

We know that the TPP could increase the costs of health care and medicine, while hurting health and safety standards.

And we know that the TPP could make corporations even stronger and undo what few reforms are left on Wall Street.

And we know that the Republicans, Wall Street and lots of transnational corporations are salivating at getting the TPP - also known as the Southern Hemisphere Asian Free Trade Agreement (SHAFTA) - passed.

Maybe President Obama is right. Maybe unlike every other so-called free trade we've signed on to, the TPP will actually help working-class Americans and help our economy get back on track.

But, we can't possibly know that without seeing the full agreement in writing, and without giving Congress the right to debate and amend it.

That's why I've let my elected officials know that I'm strongly opposed to the "Fast-Track" bill that's currently before Congress, that would take away from Congress the power to debate or amend this trade agreement. As citizens of a free country, we deserve transparency and debate. It's that simple.

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Poor diet causes more disease than lack of exercise, smoking and alcohol combined, say doctors

Doctors have blamed excess sugar and carbohydrates for the surge in obesity - not the lack of exercise. They said poor diet was now recognised as being responsible for more disease than physical inactivity, alcohol and smoking combined.

from Signs of the Times

Earth Day: 22 Ways to Think about the Climate-Change Debate : The Freeman : Foundation for Economic Education

Supreme Court to DoJ: Fourth Amendment Is Not a "Useless Piece of Paper" : Anything Peaceful : Foundation for Economic Education

Supreme Court to DoJ: Fourth Amendment Is Not a "Useless Piece of Paper" : Anything Peaceful : Foundation for Economic Education: "Any news that the Fourth Amendment is still being actively enforced by the courts is good news. At oral argument in Rodriguez v. United States, a case involving drug-sniffing dogs, Justice Sotomayor urged that if the arguments made by the Justice Department's lawyer were accepted, the Fourth Amendment would become "a useless piece of paper.""

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Vaccines cause autism, says confidential document from corrupt drug company

(NaturalNews) While the debate rages on about whether or not vaccines cause autism, a confidential document has surfaced that makes clear what science has led Natural News readers to believe: Yes, vaccines are linked to autism.The document,[PDF] which runs over 1,000...


This study has empirically demonstrated an association between more widespread exposure to fluoridated water and increased ADHD prevalence in U.S. children and adolescents.

PMID:  Environ Health. 2015 ;14(1):17. Epub 2015 Feb 27. PMID: 25890329 Abstract Title:  Exposure to fluoridated water and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder prevalence among children and adolescents in the United States: an ecological association. Abstract:  BACKGROUND: Epidemiological and animal-based studies have suggested that prenatal and postnatal fluoride exposure has adverse effects on neurodevelopment. The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between exposure to fluoridated water and Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) prevalence among children and adolescents in the United States. METHODS: Data on ADHD prevalence among 4-17 year olds collected in 2003, 2007 and 2011 as part of the National Survey of Children's Health, and state water fluoridation prevalence from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) collected between 1992 and 2008 were utilized. RESULTS: State prevalence of artificial water fluoridation in 1992 significantly positively predicted state prevalence of ADHD in 2003, 2007 and 2011, even after controlling for socioeconomic status. A multivariate regression analysis showed that after socioeconomic status was controlled each 1% increase in artificial fluoridation prevalence in 1992 was associated with approximately 67,000 to 131,000 additional ADHD diagnoses from 2003 to 2011. Overall state water fluoridation prevalence (not distinguishing between fluoridation types) was also significantly positively correlated with state prevalence of ADHD for all but one year examined. CONCLUSIONS: Parents reported higher rates of medically-diagnosed ADHD in their children in states in which a greater proportion of people receive fluoridated water from public water supplies. The relationship between fluoride exposure and ADHD warrants future study.

from GreenMedInfo

The Department of Veterans Affairs and the FBI target veterans, send ATF agents to disarm them

Alex Thomas | The VA is working with the FBI to place veterans on a list that bans them from owning firearms.

The post The Department of Veterans Affairs and the FBI target veterans, send ATF agents to disarm them appeared first on Intellihub.

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Banned: Chase Bank says you can no longer store cash or precious metals in your safe deposit box

Mac Slavo | Chase customers are receiving letters informing them that they will no longer be allowed to store cash in their safety deposit boxes.

The post Banned: Chase Bank says you can no longer store cash or precious metals in your safe deposit box appeared first on Intellihub.

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FDA: Kind Bars Can’t Be Labeled “Healthy” But Big Food Can Make False Claims

According to the FDA, Kind bars aren't healthy and they must immediately stop claiming that they are.

from Nutritional Anarchy

How Can Homeopathy Be Both a Useless Placebo and Dangerous at the Same Time?

The FDA wrapped up a two-day hearing this week on whether or not homeopathic remedies should be regulated like drugs. Listening to critics of homeopathy try to justify why they don't think the American public should have free access to homeopathic remedies leaves one wondering just what the real motivation is behind these criticisms. The two dominant criticisms made against homeopathic remedies are antithetical to each other. Critics complain that due to a lack of regulation homeopathic remedies are dangerous, but then they turn around and say that homeopathic remedies are simply useless sugar pills with no therapeutic effect whatsoever, and no better than a placebo. Both cannot be true. Is this the new standard of scientific scrutiny that federal agencies are using to supposedly protect the public? The FDA is clearly not concerned about homeopathic remedies because they are a danger to the public. There are no deaths associated with homeopathic remedies, and very few side effects. By contrast, FDA-approved drugs have millions of adverse side effects, including over 100,000 deaths each year. Homeopathic remedies are a danger to the FDA's monopoly on drugs, and so they clearly want to either eliminate the competition, or get in on the action and take over the market.

from Health Impact News

Glyphosate Is Spreading Like A Cancer Across The U.S.

American growers sprayed 280 million pounds of glyphosate on their crops in 2012, according to U.S. Geological Survey data. That amounts to nearly a pound of glyphosate for every person in the country. The use of glyphosate on farmland has skyrocketed since the mid-1990s, when biotech companies introduced genetically engineered crop varieties (often called GMOs) that can withstand being blasted with glyphosate. Since then, agricultural use of the herbicide has increased 16-fold. Glyphosate is the active ingredient in Roundup, Monsanto’s widely used weed killer, which according to the World Health Organization is “probably carcinogenic to humans.”

from Health Impact News

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

WATCH: Whistleblowers reveal criminal practices of pharmaceutical industry in stunning interviews

California's SB277 mandatory vaccination bill passes Senate committee after votes rigged, public testimony silenced

'None of it’s true': wellness blogger Belle Gibson admits she never had cancer

Military MRAP photographed on California highway as Jade Helm buildup continues

Intellihub | Photographs taken in California show a MRAP tank full of what looks to be U.S. Marines driving down the 1-15 freeway.

The post Military MRAP photographed on California highway as Jade Helm buildup continues appeared first on Intellihub.

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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

District Attorney Says Encrypted Phones May Make You a Terrorist Because They "Cannot Be Accessed by Law Enforcement"

District Attorney Says Encrypted Phones May Make You a Terrorist Because They "Cannot Be Accessed by Law Enforcement": "What we know as a matter of fact is that smelting your own gold, making your finger into the shape of a gun, storing seven days worth of food, and homeschooling all qualify you for investigation under domestic terrorism guidelines.

Now, you can also be suspected of being suspected of terrorism for simply having your mobile phone locked and inaccessible to the prying eyes of government."

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Proof: Pertussis vaccine causes illness | Natural Health 365

Proof: Pertussis vaccine causes illness | Natural Health 365: "The truth is that the medical community has known about the pertussis vaccine dangers since at least 2010. One study done in California after a whooping cough outbreak there showed that 81 percent of whooping cough cases in children occurred in those who had received the pertussis vaccine; only eight percent of the infected persons had not been vaccinated.
The study also showed that infection rates markedly increased after three years of receiving the vaccine.
This study, as well as the current Park City outbreak, are more than enough evidence that the pertussis vaccine is not only ineffective, but that is seems to be causing more cases of the illness. However, instead of renewing their explorations into the truth, medical professionals are characterizing these developments as a “good reminder to keep kids up to date on immunizations.”"

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Going Rogue: 15 Ways to Detach From the System | Ready Nutrition

Going Rogue: 15 Ways to Detach From the System | Ready Nutrition:

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Bought Movie Bonus Short- The Flu Vaccine – Bought Movie

Bought Movie Bonus Short- The Flu Vaccine – Bought Movie: "In 2001, out of the 60,000 people that the CDC said died of Flu that year in the United States there were 18 confirmed deaths from Influenza. I mean that’s just a huge discrepancy. What they do is they pull all deaths in the winter that have anything to do with respiratory symptoms together and they all label them as Flu deaths whether they’ve even documented Flu or not. And so the CDC loves to promote the Flu vaccine because the CDC’s been very much in cahoots with the industry. This vaccine doesn’t work, it’s a waste of our money, it’s a waste of our time. Many people who’ve received the flu shot report getting the flu shortly after they’ve gotten the shot."

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Prison Labor Company Features Promo Video Touting "Best-Kept Secret in Outsourcing" - The Intercept

Prison Labor Company Features Promo Video Touting "Best-Kept Secret in Outsourcing" - The Intercept: "That’s the message of Unicor, also known as Federal Prison Industries, a government-owned corporation that employs federal workers for as little as 23 cents an hour to manufacture military uniforms, furniture, electronics and other products.

Though FPI markets itself as an opportunity for inmates to obtain skills training, critics have attacked the program as exploitative. Small business owners have also complained that FPI’s incredibly low wages make it impossible to compete."

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FBI admits flaws in hair analysis over decades - The Washington Post

FBI admits flaws in hair analysis over decades - The Washington Post: "These findings are appalling and chilling in their indictment of our criminal justice system, not only for potentially innocent defendants who have been wrongly imprisoned and even executed, but for prosecutors who have relied on fabricated and false evidence despite their intentions to faithfully enforce the law,” Blumenthal said."

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Monday, April 20, 2015

Dr. Bob Arnot nails it on CNN: Attack on Doctor Oz was astroturfed by sleazy "industry henchmen" with ties to biotech

(NaturalNews) In a stunning piece of real journalism that nails the story behind the story, former NBC Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Bob Arnot went on CNN to expose the truth behind the quackpot attacks against Doctor Oz. This is the truth that, almost without exception, every other...

....The real truth in all this is that glyphosate causes cancer, GMOs are a crazy genetic experiment unleashed on our world, and the truth of all this is being systematically suppressed by the "Monsanto Mafia" running its heavily funded discredit campaign. It's about time CNN finally reported the beginning of the truth on all this.

No doubt there's a legitimate Pulitzer Prize in store for whoever uncovers all the details on the "Monsanto Mafia." That is, if there are any journalists remaining who can remember what courage means... (Sharyl Attkisson, anyone?)

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Hundreds of children brain damaged by the swine flu vaccine to receive $90 million in financial compensation from UK government

(NaturalNews) The swine flu vaccine caused severe brain damage in over 800 children in the UK, and the government has now agreed to pay $90 million in compensation to those victims as part of a vaccine injury settlement.This is the same swine flu vaccine that the entire mainstream...


Arne Bumbles Dyslexia Grilling


Ferguson and the Criminalization of American Life

But much of it has happened because in recent decades, local governments have become deeply indebted to large, private financial institutions—many of the same ones that brought of us the crash of 2008. (In Ferguson, for instance, the amount of revenue collected in fines corresponds almost exactly to that shelled out to service municipal debt.) Increasingly, cities find themselves in the business of arresting citizens in order to pay creditors.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

OKC – A Conspiracy Theory

Monsanto CEO claims GMOs are the only way to feed the world - Ever heard of permaculture?

(NaturalNews) If Monsanto was a person, it would be a certifiable sociopath -- obsessed with itself, unaware of everyone and everything around it, and utterly delusional when it comes to facts and reality. And this seems to describe Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant to a T, as he recently told...



Student Debt Accounts For Nearly Half Of US Government "Assets

US military now training among civilians to prepare for war in your back yard, labels Texas a 'hostile' state

(NaturalNews) The U.S. Army Special Operations Command (SOC) has filed a "Request to Conduct Realistic Military Training" to local officials in a half-dozen states in which some active duty elements of the U.S. Navy SEALs, Army Rangers, Army Green Berets and select Marine Corps units...



TSA training to arm its agents with guns at airports

(NaturalNews) They are some of the worst functionaries of the federal government and part of an agency that is roundly reviled, but soon, it appears, they will be armed, even as agents of changed within Congress and the Obama Administration work feverishly to take guns away from American...



Obama's "most transparent administration in history" sets record for censoring public government information

(NaturalNews) Once pledging to be the most transparent administration in U.S. history, the Barack Obama presidency just set a new record for being the opposite of transparent. Call it another "you can keep your doctor and health insurance if you want" moment in this administration...



Judge in Stanley children kidnapping case forces sheriff to reveal documents

(NaturalNews) The judge in Juvenile Court today has just ordered the family to have a psychologist in the home 20 hours a week to "promote harmony" in the family. Judge Wade Naramore can be contacted here.[1]From Health Impact News and StaffReporter...



U.S. government ships possible Ebola patients to hotels with no biohazard safeguards

(NaturalNews) Eleven people who may have been exposed to Ebola while working in West Africa have been brought back to the U.S., not to be admitted to high biosafety hospitals for careful monitoring but to be haphazardly housed in hotels and other unprotected places near these hospitals...



Update: Federal Judge drops bomb in the Monsanto vs. Maui case

Update: Judge drops bomb in the Monsanto vs. Maui case by Jon Rappoport April 19, 2015 On April 15, Federal Judge Susan Oki Mollway dropped a bomb in Monsanto vs. Maui. She ruled that the case cannot go to Hawaii State Court, but will remain under her federal jurisdiction. The federal government’s support for […]

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Chelsea Manning and the Deepwater Horizon Deaths

Years ago, Daniel Ellsberg told me that he was surprised when Judge Stanley Sporkin dismissed all charges against him although he had revealed top-secret military intelligence, the Pentagon Papers. The judge noted that the U.S. was unique among nations in having no “official secrets act,” no law against telling the truth to the public.
No more. The brutal 35-year prison sentence for Manning on espionage charges and the continuing effort to arrest Edward Snowden make it clear that the Obama administration considers truth-telling a crime.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Another Infuriating Crackdown on Sharing Food With the Homeless

San Antonio targets a good Samaritan, because rules are rules.

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Is This Justice? Charging an Eighth Grader with a Felony for “Hacking”

Friday, April 17, 2015

Vicious attack on Dr. Oz actually waged by biotech mafia; plot to destroy Oz launched after episode on glyphosate toxicity went viral

Dr. Oz should be given a Congressional medal of some kind for his willingness to expose the truth about glyphosate on national television. In a recent episode that went viral, Dr. Oz discussed the toxicity of the biotech industry's favorite pesticide "glyphosate" -- a dangerous chemical that even the World Health Organization now admits likely causes cancer.

In response to this episode, the so-called "Monsanto Mafia" went berserk with all their usual character assassination tactics, and now they've come up with a contrived plot -- a campaign of intimidation and character smearing -- to try to silence Dr. Oz by destroying his credibility.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr on Vaccines: Big Pharma has Captured the Scientific, Regulatory, Law-making Processes | Global Research - Centre for Research on Globalization

Avatar - Zen Gardner

Avatar - Zen Gardner:

"But what is not mentioned in the Bible (which was long ago perverted by the ruling class) is that the Christ character signified that we are all Sons and Daughters of the Creator. In a matter of speaking, we are meant to rule ourselves.

"What our so-called leaders at the highest levels have always feared the most is not so much that we overthrow them through violent means. Those pulling the strings in the background can always replace one set of puppets with another by taking over the revolution and steering it in the direction they desire. What they fear most is that their puppets are merely ignored due to everyone following the same Source known as conscience and living in harmony with one another....

"The Christ character came to tell us that worshipping anything or anyone outside of yourself (including the Christ character himself) is a violation to your soul.   This is why the masses in this story went along with their religious and government “authorities” and called for his death.   He revealed to them that they were fools for bowing down to another human being. They had to kill the voice on the outside which testified to the voice on the inside. This type of mob mentality that had Christ killed has now become the hive mind of both Israel as well as America.   The people residing in these countries must literally strive to “crucify their conscience” in order to continue to support the horrific atrocities committed by their respective governments both at home and abroad.   And just like the myth, anyone who tries to expose this risks being killed off just like the Christ character was killed with the approval of the masses. That they allowed government enforcers in this fable to carry out his torture and murder is exactly what is being done now when they support the current government’s law enforcement officers killing off those who would not comply to orders given as well as blindly supporting the troops who simply kill anyone their masters tell them to kill without conscience playing a part at all."

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Food Chain Catastrophe: Emergency Shut Down Of West Coast Fisheries: “Populations Have Crashed 91 Percent” -


Thursday, April 16, 2015

Total abandonment of medical ethics: Vaccine-pushing doctors announce they will refuse to treat anti-vaccine parents

Conspiracy Theorists, Bloggers Compared To ISIS During Congressional Hearing

A Trade Rule That Makes It Illegal to Favor Local Business? Leak Shows TPP Would Do Just That

A Trade Rule That Makes It Illegal to Favor Local Business? Leak Shows TPP Would Do Just That:

"A quick reading of the leaked chapter makes it clear why TPP sponsors have gone to great lengths to keep their negotiations secret. The document substantiates claims by opponents that the TPP is a corporate-rights agreement designed to facilitate the export of US jobs, allow corporations to sue governments for enacting labor and environmental protections, make it illegal for governments to favor local businesses, and advance the colonization of national economies by global corporations and financiers."

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UPDATED! Chicago Will Pay $5.5 Million in "Reparations" to Victims of Police Torture - Hit & Run :

UPDATED! Chicago Will Pay $5.5 Million in "Reparations" to Victims of Police Torture - Hit & Run : "As a couple of readers point out in the comments section, Chicago has paid out $521 million in police abuse fines and settlements over the past decade alone. None of that money has come directly from the Chicago Police Department's budget or retirement funds."

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Goldman Reports Best Quarter In Four Years, "Average" Employee Paid $381,948

Monsanto is the Department of Homeland Security for food

...the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has taken the position that organic farming, such as free-ranging chickens and cows and non-GM seeds that you can't 'control' are potential biosecurity threats. USDA has even begun putting, in writing, directives on how they want organic farming 'contained' - which resembles turning organic farms into nothing more than factory farms.

The DEA Has Been Secretly Buying Hacking Tools From an Italian Company

The Drug Enforcement Administration has been buying spyware produced by the controversial Italian surveillance tech company Hacking Team since 2012, Motherboard has learned.

The software, known as Remote Control System or “RCS,” is capable of intercepting phone calls, texts, and social media messages, and can surreptitiously turn on a user’s webcam and microphone as well as collect passwords.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Can the President Kill Americans?

Can the president kill you? The short answer is: Yes, but not legally. Yet, President Obama has established a secret process that involves officials from the Departments of Justice and Defense, the CIA, and the White House senior staff whereby candidates are proposed for execution, and the collective wisdom of the officials then recommends execution […]

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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

A Statement from the Meitivs about the Detainment of their Kids

Here’s the police report on Sunday night’s seizure of the Meitiv kids by the Montgomery County cops and CPS for the unthinkable crime of…playing outside on a sunny afternoon. And here is the Meitivs’ statement (boldface mine). Quick question: Aren’t prisoners allowed one phone call, or is that just on TV? Because the Meitiv kids […]

from Free Range Kids


Parents to be Penalized Thousands for Not Vaccinating Kids: "No Jab, No Pay Policy"

Parents to be Penalized Thousands for Not Vaccinating Kids: "No Jab, No Pay Policy": "The Australian government announced it would cut childcare benefits to families who refuse to vaccinate their children, effectively taking $11,400 per child out of the pockets of parents."

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Conspiracy between media and government to cover up severity of Fukushima's meltdown and radiation validated by study

The Lincoln Assassination and Cover-Up: Part of an On-Going Story

April 15, 2015 marks the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination. Even a century and a half later, there are questionable aspects of his death that mirror unresolved questions in much more modern assassinations. What is the government hiding?

The post The Lincoln Assassination and Cover-Up: Part of an On-Going Story appeared first on WhoWhatWhy.

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Don’t Joke About Obama or Islam

Punching up for comedy cowards.

from FrontPage Magazine » » FrontPage


Louisiana Makes It Illegal To Use Cash To Buy Used Goods

Monday, April 13, 2015

Friday, April 10, 2015

Student Who Refused to Lie About Vaccines and was Kicked out of Nursing School Fights Back with Lawsuit

In 2013, nursing student Nichole Bruff was dismissed from Baker College in Michigan for allegedly asking questions about the way her instructors were teaching nursing students how to coerce parents into receiving vaccines for their children, even if the children or parents did not want them. Nichole wondered why a patient's right to choose or refuse a medical procedure was not being followed in administering vaccines. To her, this seemed to violate medical ethical issues she had been taught in nursing school, so she wanted clarification on why vaccines were different when it came to patient rights and ethics. Is this not part of the American educational process, the right of students to question their instructors? Shortly before she was due to graduate, she was dismissed from the school without warning, and with no recourse to appeal the dismissal. She soon found out that her dismissal prevented her from being accepted at other nursing schools. Nichole tells Health Impact News: "My dream of being a nurse practitioner of midwifery is gone." Now, she is fighting back by filing a lawsuit against the school.

from Health Impact News