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Was Oregon Standoff Really About Government Insiders Selling U.S. Uranium to Russia?

Posted by on February 10, 2016 in Censorship, Government, Policies, Politics with 38 Comments
Was Oregon Standoff Really About Government Insiders Selling U.S. Uranium to Russia?

Unanswered questions remain about why the feds came down so hard on the protesters and occupiers [in Oregon Standoff]. One possible reason is that the federal government needs to seize the Hammond ranch for its precious metals and uranium.

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New “Tech Tattoos” Tied to Medical and Banking Information

New “Tech Tattoos” Tied to Medical and Banking Information

TECH Tattoos will soon be available or “mandated” that will connect to both medical and banking information as close as your skin. This is the next step in total surveillance by the State, via Smart Apps. A doctors annual medical will be able to be “read” by connecting to the chip and special ink in the tattoo.

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Super Bowl Distracts Americans While Their Future Is Being Sold To the Corporate Elite

Posted by on February 7, 2016 in Corruption, Government, Policies, Politics with 58 Comments
Super Bowl Distracts Americans While Their Future Is Being Sold To the Corporate Elite

By Claire Burnish | Activist Post “Films, football, beer, and above all, gambling filled up the horizon of their minds. To keep them in control was not difficult….” ― George Orwell, 1984 As Americans train their attention to Super Bowl 50, their way of life — and for nearly half a million people, their livelihoods — just […]

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Zika Virus: Another Giant Scam?

Posted by on January 31, 2016 in Agencies & Systems, Corruption, Policies with 88 Comments
Zika Virus: Another Giant Scam?

There is good reason to believe the ZIKA VIRUS is yet another giant scam. The headlines advising women in Latin America and Africa not to get pregnant for 2 years smacks of inflicted Birth Control through fear, and is consistent with Agenda 21. Money making for big Pharma and the Medical industry is almost guaranteed. The science is inconclusive to substantiate the fears but the science associated with massive pesticide use is not.

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Why Do All of the Pentagon’s ‘Successes’ in Iraq Look More Like Failures?

Why Do All of the Pentagon’s ‘Successes’ in Iraq Look More Like Failures?

By September 2012, after almost a decade at the task, the U.S. had allocated and spent nearly $25 billion on “training, equipping, and sustaining” the Iraqi security forces, according to a report by the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction. In the end, the U.S. claimed to have trained roughly 950,000 members of the “steady,” “solid,” and well-trained Iraqi security forces.
And yet just two and a half years after the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq, that same force collapsed in spectacular fashion to less than 31,000 ISIS militants (according to CIA estimates) and these forces reportedly were so frightened by 800 ISIS militants that they went running, leaving equipment and even their uniforms behind, thus handing over the second largest city in the country, Mosul.

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The Hypocrisy of Politicians With Armed Security-Who Wish it For No One Else

The Hypocrisy of Politicians With Armed Security-Who Wish it For No One Else

We’ve all heard this one: if a politician wants to disarm the public, he should give up his own security protection. See how he likes it. What is it about politicians that gives them a special right to have armed professionals stalk their perimeter and mumble into their collars?

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Meet the Congressman Who’s Heroically Breaking the Law by Giving Medical Cannabis to Sick Children

Posted by on January 25, 2016 in Government, Policies with 42 Comments
Meet the Congressman Who’s Heroically Breaking the Law by Giving Medical Cannabis to Sick Children

In the face of such injustice, Allen Peake is a model of virtue among a cesspool of state corruption. He defies the unjust cannabis prohibition by bringing medical cannabis into Georgia from states where it is legal, such as Colorado.

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How Rockefeller’s Oil Industry Conquered Medicine, Finance & Agriculture

How Rockefeller’s Oil Industry Conquered Medicine, Finance & Agriculture

From farm to pharmaceutical, diesel truck to dinner plate, pipeline to plastic product, it is impossible to think of an area of our modern-day lives that is not affected by the petrochemical industry. The story of oil is the story of the modern world. And this is the story of those who helped shape that world, and how the oil-igarchy they created is on the verge of monopolizing life itself.

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Why the TTIP Will Worsen Income Inequality

Posted by on January 21, 2016 in Government, Policies with 8 Comments
Why the TTIP Will Worsen Income Inequality

Corporate-friendly agreements like TTIP are nothing less than Robin Hood in reverse in which the wealth and power of the many is transferred to the elite few.

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Recent Congressional News About the TPP

Recent Congressional News About the TPP

“The Commission’s report on the potential economic impact of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) comes at a turning point in American trade policy. “We all recognize that trade can be beneficial. The issue is not whether Members of Congress such as myself could pass an Econ 101 class, as President George W. Bush’s Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, Gregory Mankiw, recently put it. Instead, the issue is whether we are going to face up to the fact that our trading system today is much more complex than the simplistic trade model presented in an Econ 101 class.

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Why Did Ted Cruz’s Mass Murder Proposal Win Him Higher Poll Numbers?

Posted by on January 18, 2016 in Corruption, Government, Military, Policies, Politics with 20 Comments
Why Did Ted Cruz’s Mass Murder Proposal Win Him Higher Poll Numbers?

After Senator Ted Cruz suggested that the United States begin carpet bombing ISIS, politicians and papers around him wrote it off as “bluster and bigotry,” “foolish”, and “…just silly.” By almost any standard, Cruz’s proposal was laughable [not to mention pathological & inhumane], and his rivals and the media called him on it. Yet, his poll numbers actually crept up, from 15 % to 18 percent, & one poll even had at 24 %.

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The US Government Has an Internet Killswitch — and the Supreme Court Says It’s None of Your Business

Posted by on January 14, 2016 in Agencies & Systems, Government, Policies with 8 Comments
The US Government Has an Internet Killswitch — and the Supreme Court Says It’s None of Your Business

The Supreme Court has refused to hear a petition concerning the Department of Homeland Security’s secretive internet and cellphone killswitch program. The author weighs in on what does this mean for your civil liberties.

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Government Spying is “Chilling” Writers’ Freedom of Expression (Project Censored #7)

Government Spying is “Chilling” Writers’ Freedom of Expression (Project Censored #7)

Mass surveillance has “badly shaken writers’ faith that democratic governments will respect their rights to privacy and freedom of expression,” according to a January 2015 PEN America report based on the responses of 772 writers from fifty countries. Reporting for Common Dreams, Lauren McCauley covered not only the PEN America report, but also a July 2014 report by the American Civil Liberties Union and Human Rights Watch indicating that US journalists and lawyers increasingly avoid work on potentially controversial topics due to fear of government spying.

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Maine Congressperson Seeks to Address Hunger & Food Waste in Important New Bill

Maine Congressperson Seeks to Address Hunger & Food Waste in Important New Bill

Nearly 7 million U.S. households struggle with hunger. Yet Americans throw away 40 percent of our food—the equivalent of $165 billion each year—according to the National Resources Defense Council. That’s why U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree, (D-Maine) has introduced H.R. 4184, the Food Recovery Act—a bill to address food waste.

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Tenured Professor Fired for Questioning Official Sandy Hook Shootings Story

Posted by on January 10, 2016 in Corruption, Government, Policies with 35 Comments
Tenured Professor Fired for Questioning Official Sandy Hook Shootings Story

Professor James Tracy was fired by Florida State University after questioning the official story of the Sandy Hook Shootings in 2012. He outlines 10 points that support his claim that the “Sandy Hook Massacre” was staged by government. Is this another of those false flag operations designed to facilitate gun control laws?

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