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UN Staff Member & Whistleblower: “5G Is A Global Health Catastrophe”

UN Staff Member & Whistleblower: “5G Is A Global Health Catastrophe”

I live in Vienna, Austria, where the 5G rollout is suddenly upon us. Within the last five weeks, pre-5G has been officially announced at Vienna airport and 5G at the Rathausplatz, the main square in Vienna, which attracts tens of thousands of visitors to its Christmas market each December and skating rink each January, which are special treats for children. Along with birds and insects, children are the most vulnerable to 5G depredation because of their little bodies.[8] Friends and acquaintances and their children in Vienna are already reporting the classic symptoms of EMR poisoning…

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How 2018’s Struggles Set Us Up for a Bold, Hopeful 2019

Written by on January 1, 2019 in Corruption, Government, Policies, Politics with 0 Comments
How 2018’s Struggles Set Us Up for a Bold, Hopeful 2019

Hope for 2019: While our #democracy is fragile needs the force of law and the will of the people to protect it, Americans have been rising to and meeting that challenge.

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At Last, a Good First Step Toward Public Pharmaceuticals

Written by on December 21, 2018 in Government, Policies with 0 Comments
At Last, a Good First Step Toward Public Pharmaceuticals

Public production of essential medicines is an idea whose time has come. A new bill introduced by Warren and Schakowsky is representative of growing sentiment both throughout the country and on Capitol Hill that business as usual in the pharmaceutical sector benefits neither public health nor democracy. Putting public manufacturing for the public good on the table as a real option represents an important advance towards a system that priorities human need over corporate profit. #pharma

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‘Historic Victory’ as Senate Votes to End U.S. Involvement in ‘Unauthorized War’ in Yemen

Written by on December 14, 2018 in Government, Military, Policies, Politics with 0 Comments
‘Historic Victory’ as Senate Votes to End U.S. Involvement in ‘Unauthorized War’ in Yemen

The Senate on Thursday overwhelmingly passed Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-Vt.) resolution to end U.S. military support for Saudi Arabia’s years-long assault on Yemen and #yemeni children by a bipartisan vote of 56-41. #YemenCantWait

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‘The System Is Shaken’: As Yellow Vests Persist in France, Macron Bends With Minimum Wage Hike and Pension Tax Canceled

Written by on December 11, 2018 in Government, Policies with 0 Comments
‘The System Is Shaken’: As Yellow Vests Persist in France, Macron Bends With Minimum Wage Hike and Pension Tax Canceled

Following four weeks of “Yellow Vest” protests which have erupted into violence at times, French President Emmanuel Macron indicated Monday that his government can no longer ignore the demands of hundreds of thousands of citizens—announcing a minimum wage increase and a cancellation of a tax on retirees, but still refusing to relent on one of his most widely-criticized tax reforms. #yellowvest

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New Lancet Study Shows Right-Wing Attacks on Refugees and Migrants Based on ‘White Nationalist Propaganda’—Not Facts

Written by on December 7, 2018 in Government, Policies, Politics with 0 Comments
New Lancet Study Shows Right-Wing Attacks on Refugees and Migrants Based on ‘White Nationalist Propaganda’—Not Facts

A new study published Thursday in The Lancet, one of the world’s preeminent medical journals, makes clear the increasingly familiar attacks used by right-wingers worldwide to dehumanize migrants and refugees by describing them as disease-infested is a xenophobic slur rooted in racism and hate, not facts or the science of public health. In fact, immigrants do more to improve the health of their new country than to harm it.

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New Study Shows Medicare for All Would Save US $5.1 Trillion Over Ten Years

Written by on December 2, 2018 in Government, Policies, Politics with 0 Comments
New Study Shows Medicare for All Would Save US $5.1 Trillion Over Ten Years

“Medicare for All promises a system that is fairer, more efficient, and vastly less expensive than America’s bloated, monopolized, over-priced and under-performing private health insurance system,” argued Columbia University professor Jeffrey Sachs. “It’s easy to pay for something that costs less,” said Robert Pollin, economics professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. #medicareforall

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Hospital Letter Urging Patient to Start ‘Fundraising Effort’ to Pay for Heart Treatment Seen as Yet Another Reason America Needs Medicare for All

Written by on November 25, 2018 in Government, Policies with 0 Comments
Hospital Letter Urging Patient to Start ‘Fundraising Effort’ to Pay for Heart Treatment Seen as Yet Another Reason America Needs Medicare for All

A Michigan woman seeking a heart transplant publicized a letter she received from the Spectrum Health Richard DeVos Heart and Lung Transplant Clinic informing her that she is “not a candidate” for the procedure “at this time” because she needs a “more secure financial plan” to afford the required postoperative immunosuppressive medication. The letter goes on to explicitly recommend “a fundraising effort of $10,000” to help pay for the drugs.

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Prosecution of Julian Assange, America’s Betrayal of Its Own Ideals

Written by on November 23, 2018 in Corruption, Government, Policies, Whistleblower with 0 Comments
Prosecution of Julian Assange, America’s Betrayal of Its Own Ideals

The public confirmation of a US indictment of Julian Assange sent a huge alarm to civil liberty groups in the US. The ACLU issued a statement, noting how this sealed indictment violates the Constitution and prosecuting journalists for publishing classified documents would set a dangerous precedent for press freedom. What is now being revealed is the war on the First Amendment waged by the US government, targeting the Western journalist who has published materials in the public interest at a scale that has never been seen before.

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Net Neutrality Defenders Announce ‘Epic Final Protest’ to Demand Congress Repeal FCC Rollback Before Fast-Approaching Deadline

Written by on November 22, 2018 in Government, Internet Control, Policies, Politics with 0 Comments
Net Neutrality Defenders Announce ‘Epic Final Protest’ to Demand Congress Repeal FCC Rollback Before Fast-Approaching Deadline

Supporters of restoring nationwide net neutrality rules—which the Republican-controlled Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rolled back last year—are planning “an epic, final protest to pressure lawmakers before a crucial deadline to save the internet.”

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Saying Trump “May Not Rewrite the Immigration Laws” by Decree, Judge Orders Administration to Stop Ban on Asylum Seekers

Written by on November 20, 2018 in Agencies & Systems, Government, Policies, Politics with 1 Comment
Saying Trump “May Not Rewrite the Immigration Laws” by Decree, Judge Orders Administration to Stop Ban on Asylum Seekers

Saying the President Donald Trump had exceeded his presidential authority, a federal judge later Monday ruled against the president’s attempt to restrict the abilities of refugees seeking asylum at the U.S. border and imposed a restraining order that directs the administration to resume accepting asylum claims from people regardless of where or how they enter country.

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Democrat Wins as Maine Becomes First State to Use Ranked-Choice Voting in National Race

Written by on November 16, 2018 in Government, Policies, Politics with 0 Comments
Democrat Wins as Maine Becomes First State to Use Ranked-Choice Voting in National Race

Maine’s 2nd congressional district made history Thursday afternoon as it named Jared Golden the winner of his race for incumbent Rep. Bruce Poliquin’s (R-Maine) seat, after the state used ranked-choice voting for the first time in a national race to determine the winner.

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New Study Details ‘Staggering’ $6 Trillion (and Counting) Price Tag of Endless US War

Written by on November 15, 2018 in Government, Military, Policies with 0 Comments
New Study Details ‘Staggering’ $6 Trillion (and Counting) Price Tag of Endless US War

The Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs reports (pdf) that by the end of the 2019 fiscal year, the U.S. will have spent $5.9 trillion on military spending in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and other countries, as well as veterans’ care, interest on debt payments, and related spending at the Homeland Security and State Departments.

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35-40% Of Washington Is Involved In Covering Up Human Trafficking – Says Ex NYPD Officer

35-40% Of Washington Is Involved In Covering Up Human Trafficking – Says Ex NYPD Officer

Another insider, and a very credible one at that, has stepped forward to expose how prevalent human trafficking actually is in our world, cities, and most notably, in Washington. Retired Detective Jim ‘Jimmy Boots’ Rothstein, was a member of the New York City Police Department, and various ‘out of state’ agencies for over a decade where he was assigned to investigate sex trafficking.  His job brought him to travel the world investigating how these rings operate.

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Half Million Killed by America’s Global War on Terror ‘Just Scratches the Surface’ of Human Destruction

Written by on November 11, 2018 in Government, Military, Policies with 0 Comments
Half Million Killed by America’s Global War on Terror ‘Just Scratches the Surface’ of Human Destruction

CLN Editor Note: It seems pretty clear that the U.S. Government has no intention of stopping their endless wars. It’s all about nation building and money for our war machine contractors. The sanctity of human life doesn’t appear to be a factor. We the people need to do something about it. Our consciousness MATTERS. Join […]

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