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Feb 13 10:10

Russia: American Corn And Soybeans Unfit For Human Consumption

On February 15 this year Russian President Vladimir Putin will keep good on his promise to ban all American corn and soybeans from being imported into Russia.

Russia’s safety watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor has officially announced on Wednesday that American producers have failed to meet Russian biological standards, and that their corn and soybeans are “unfit for human consumption”.

Feb 13 09:05

Very Interesting!

Very Interesting!

This is the guy who followed the money trail and "definitely" pinned 911 on Al Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden. Same guy running the Bundy arrests.

Seems to be a lot of Mormons with connections connected to this Malheur Mess!

Director James B. Comey has selected Gregory T. Bretzing to serve as special agent in charge of the FBI’s Portland Division. Mr. Bretzing most recently served as an inspector in the Inspection Division at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C.

In September 2000, Mr. Bretzing was promoted to supervisory special agent in the Criminal Investigative Division’s Money Laundering Unit at FBI Headquarters. Following the September 11 attacks, he was instrumental in tracing funds used by the hijackers to carry out the attack.

He attended Brigham Young University and received a bachelor’s degree in accounting.
http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2014/01/new_top_oregon_fb...

Here is his Father.

Feb 13 08:47

AMI Smart Meter Testing Video Disputes Safety Claims for Smart Meter EMFs

By Catherine J. Frompovich

All around the USA, Canada, the EU and other countries, utility companies are employing “no-option enforcements,” along with threats of disconnecting and interruption of utility services, for refusing retrofitting safe analog meters for electric, natural gas and water utilities with EMF-RF-microwave-emitting, health-damaging (Non-thermal adverse health effects) AMI Smart Meters.

Utility companies’ lobbyists and public relations campaigns regarding AMI Smart Meters apparently cite safety statistics and information that say, “cell phones are astronomically bad and Smart Meters are next to nothing,” as found in the PSO of Oklahoma trifold brochure explaining Smart Meters.

One determined Owasso, Oklahoma, resident, Mr. Joe Esposito, took it upon himself to perform a test to challenge PSO’s trifold brochure statistics regarding AMI Smart Meter safety...

Feb 13 08:13

FOIA REQUEST: U.S. BASE RELEASED 21,000 LITERS OF CHEMICAL AGENTS INTO OKINAWA DRINKING WATER SUPPLY

It seems Okinawan residents had good reason to sue the Japanese government and spend over 500 days protesting the relocation of a U.S. base on their land. They had long suspected that U.S. bases were polluting their waterways, and documents released by Freedom of Information Act request appear to prove them right. A recent drinking water contamination in Okinawa may have been caused by a series of accidents at Kadena Air Base, which led to the release of a minimum 21,000 liters of fire extinguishing agents over the period of 15 years. Some of these agents are toxic.

Feb 12 22:01

Many parents still don’t have their children vaccinated or exempted as Exclusion Day approaches

In a statement, Valerie Perrott, the school’s enrollment coordinator, said that school officials “concur that the decision to immunize is a personal one, and that it should be made by parents and their physicians.”

Feb 12 21:25

Very Interesting!

This is the guy who followed the money trail and "definitely" pinned 911 on Al Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden. Same guy running the Bundy arrests.

Seems to be a lot of Mormons with connections connected to this Malheur Mess!

Director James B. Comey has selected Gregory T. Bretzing to serve as special agent in charge of the FBI’s Portland Division. Mr. Bretzing most recently served as an inspector in the Inspection Division at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C.

In September 2000, Mr. Bretzing was promoted to supervisory special agent in the Criminal Investigative Division’s Money Laundering Unit at FBI Headquarters. Following the September 11 attacks, he was instrumental in tracing funds used by the hijackers to carry out the attack.

He attended Brigham Young University and received a bachelor’s degree in accounting.
http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2014/01/new_top_oregon_fb...

Here is his Father.

Feb 12 17:26

Suicide Epidemic: Why Does the Number of People Killing Themselves Just Keep Going Up?

I think another major factor is the fact that our society is being drugged into oblivion. At this point, nearly 60 percent of all Americans are on at least one prescription drug, and many drugs are known to substantially increase the risk of suicide.

Feb 12 15:13

Mind Reading Technology Allows Paralyzed Musician to Play After 27 Years

Fifty-year-old Rosemary Johnson was once a member of the Welsh National Opera Orchestra, and was on her way to becoming a world-class violinist. However, in 1988, Johnson met a cruel twist of fate, suffering heavy brain damage in an auto wreck in her early 20s. She stayed in a coma for seven months. When Johnson awoke, she had lost nearly all of her ability to move and speak, and could only execute a few chords on the piano, forcing her to abandon her dreams of becoming a professional musician. For nearly three decades, she has struggled with the harsh reality of having her passion ripped from her fingers.

Feb 12 13:10

Rick Snyder To Testify About Flint Water Crisis On Capitol Hill

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) has asked to testify before members of Congress about the Flint water crisis.

Democrats were furious that House Oversight Committee chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) hadn't called Snyder to testify at an earlier hearing on Flint, where the water has been poisoned by high lead levels since 2014. Snyder's office said in a release that he called Chaffetz Thursday and offered to make the trip.

"The people of Flint have suffered because they were failed by all levels of government, and so it is understandable that there are questions at all levels of government," Snyder said in the release.

Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), the top Democrat on the oversight committee, disputed Snyder's characterization of his decision to testify.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF there is no legal and robust way of getting this man out of office before the end of his term, I hope and pray that these hearings crucify Snyder, politically, to the point that he can never, ever again run for public office.

In my world, the poisoning of children in the way he and his minions did, constitutes reckless public endangerment, and they all should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of Federal and State law, including serving hard jail time.

No matter what kind of treatments, either chelation therapy, or intravenous vitamin C, these kids get, the treatments cannot undo the damage which has already been done to their brains.

Feb 12 13:10

The Clinton Climate Obsession – Minus The Environmentalism

Hillary Clinton’s says she plans to fight so-called climate change as President - but for her actual plans, we need only look to the periphery and the past.

Feb 12 11:42

'Science' of GMO crops is completely wrong: gene modifications affect far more than targeted proteins

A basic premise of the official biotechnology narrative is that genetically-modified (GM) food crops contain genes that affect only specific proteins in isolation, and that the rest of the organism functions as normal and is substantially equivalent to its natural counterpart. But this is hardly the case, as the genetic blueprints of individual organisms are vastly complex and operate from a basis of interconnectedness rather than specificity, as is claimed by the biotech industry.

An extensive, four-year research effort pioneered by the United States National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) proved this back in 2007, demonstrating that individual genes function much like the individual load-bearing beams in a house or other structure. Each one relies on all the others to hold the building up and keep it from collapsing - or in the case of organisms, to keep them functioning as they should.

Feb 12 11:15

Researcher illegally shares millions of science papers free online to spread knowledge

A researcher in Russia has made more than 48 million journal articles - almost every single peer-reviewed paper every published - freely available online. And she's now refusing to shut the site down, despite a court injunction and a lawsuit from Elsevier, one of the world's biggest publishers.

For those of you who aren't already using it, the site in question is Sci-Hub, and it's sort of like a Pirate Bay of the science world. It was established in 2011 by neuroscientist Alexandra Elbakyan, who was frustrated that she couldn't afford to access the articles needed for her research, and it's since gone viral, with hundreds of thousands of papers being downloaded daily. But at the end of last year, the site was ordered to be taken down by a New York district court - a ruling that Elbakyan has decided to fight, triggering a debate over who really owns science.

Feb 12 11:14

Does 'Deadpool' predict a disease-free future?

How close are we to THE ULTIMATE healing factor?

As "Deadpool" explodes across the big screen this weekend, the antihero with extraordinary healing powers-that save him from everything from cancer to bullets - is not THAT far-fetched, according to renowned physician, and North Philadelphia native, Dr. Ronald Klatz.

The author of 42 books including the bestseller Grow Young With HGH, Klatz is a bioscientist with a portfolio of dozens of patents and is president and co-founder of The American Academy Of Anti-Aging Medicine (worldhealth.net).

"Your body finds cancer every day," Dr. Klatz told Tattle comics correspondent Jerome Maida. "Your immune system attacks and kills cancer cells. But when your immune system fails - either by getting older (or) being subjected to toxins in your environment, they can overwhelm your immune system."

Feb 12 10:30

Glaxo Fined $54.3 Million in `Pay-for-Delay' Antitrust Probe

GlaxoSmithKline Plc was fined 37.6 million pounds ($54.3 million) by the U.K.’s antitrust watchdog over pay-for-delay deals that held back sales of cheaper, generic versions of its anti-depressant Seroxat.

The London-based drugmaker colluded with other companies from 2001 to 2004 by agreeing to make payments “and other value transfers totaling over 50 million pounds to suppliers of generic versions of paroxetine,” the Competition and Markets Authority said in a statement Friday.

“These ‘pay-for-delay’ agreements deferred the competition that the threat of independent generic entry could offer, and potentially deprived the National Health Service of the significant price falls that generally result from generic competition,” the CMA said. “In this case, when independent generic entry eventually took place at the end of 2003, average paroxetine prices dropped by over 70 percent in two years.”

Feb 12 10:27

Sleep Disorders and the Rhythm of Life

By Peter Paul Parker

Not being able to fall asleep when you need to can be a frustrating experience. This is a spiralling problem as the more you become frustrated, the more you may become anxious, therefore your condition will be even more detrimental to falling asleep. There are many reasons for this...

Feb 12 09:58

Flu now widespread in Arizona; over 3,700 cases reported

State health officials say the flu is now widespread in Arizona.

The Department of Health Services says more than 3,700 flu cases have been reported, although the department says there likely have been even more cases.

Feb 12 09:11

How Big Pharma gets away with selling crystal meth to children: By renaming it 'Adderall'

In a recent appearance on All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC, drug abuse and addiction expert Carl Hart of Columbia University made a shocking claim: There isn't much difference between the demonized street drug methamphetamine (also known as meth or crystal meth) and the prescription drug Adderall.

Feb 12 08:48

Company Responsible for Poisoning Thousands of Californians Charged with Misdemeanors

By Carey Wedler

The Porter Ranch gas leak has been billowing methane and other toxins into the suburban community north of Los Angeles since October of last year, sickening residents and forcing thousands of evacuations. Though emissions are now reportedly lower than they were at the height of the leak, the Aliso Canyon facility’s mishap has been deemed the worst in California’s history. Countless bureaucracies are involved in handling the ongoing disaster, but resolutions have been few and far between...

Feb 12 08:34

EPA Rule To Ban Car Modification

No more NASCAR. Obama just made more friends for liberty!

The Obama administration is looking to close down the automotive aftermarket. Tucked deep within a proposed rulemaking governing diesel truck engines, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) introduced language that would prohibit any changes to an automobile's engine or exhaust after it leaves the factory. The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) raised the alarm Monday after discovering the hidden provision.

Feb 12 08:32

Philae comet lander officially dead

Chances of communication 'close to zero'

Feb 12 08:21

Tesla’s Alternative World is Here and Now

By Brian Berletic

US-based electric car company Tesla Motors set out with a goal to usher in an era of electric driven transportation using renewable sources of energy. It was founded in 2003, and 13 years later it looks well on its way toward achieving that goal.

Today, supercharger stations crowd a map of the United States, with similar coverage planned for Europe and Asia. The company has produced 3 successful models: the Roadster, the Model S, and most recently the Model X. Each car was designed to help develop the electric car market in a very specific way both financially and technologically with each model being progressively cheaper and more capable, and thus more accessible to a wider range of people...

Feb 12 06:48

THE COLDEST VALENTINE’S (AKA MORE GLOBAL WARMING!)

Over the weekend, a major arctic outbreak could bring sub-zero temperatures as 20 states in the Midwest and the Northeast brace for possibly life-threatening wind chills.

Feb 12 04:48

Flint doctor examines link between miscarriages, water

Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha is among the researchers probing a possible link between miscarriages in Flint and elevated lead levels in the city's water supply.
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It wasn't until after Dr. Hanna-Attisha, a pediatrician at the Hurley Medical Center and assistant professor at Michigan State University, sounded the alarm about lead poisoning in Flint children that local officials warned residents to stop drinking the water.

Feb 11 20:09

German Supermarket Chain Bans Bee-Killing Neonic Pesticides on Produce

Waking Times

Aldi Süd, a German supermarket chain with stores in the U.S., has become the first major European retailer to ban pesticides toxic to bees, including the neonicotinoids imidacloprid, clothianidin, and thiamethoxam, from all produce sold in their stores.

Feb 11 20:06

Study Proves Electromagnetic Fields from Cell Towers Can Amplify Pain

Waking Times

It turns out that electromagnetic signals from cell phone towers do in fact directly affect the human body in physical ways, and surprisingly, for amputees, common cellular signals can amplify sensations of pain in the body, when in the presence of such emissions.

Feb 11 18:47

Mandatory mental illness screening & the drive to confiscate firearms

On Sunday in his weekly column Ron Paul discussed a recommendation by the United States Preventive Services Task Force.

Feb 11 18:39

Governor Rick Snyder a ‘No-Show’ for Flint Water Crisis Hearing

Governor Rick Snyder of Flint Michigan, largely blamed for hiding the levels of lead during the ongoing water crisis in the state, will be a no-show to the second hearing on the water crisis, his spokesman confirmed.

Feb 11 18:32

A whiff of methane and the odor of corruption

“Oh! Sure. Twice, just last week,” answered Porter Ranch resident Jim Baker to the question about whether the smell of methane gas was reaching his home. “Smells like, well… it’s an oily smell,” continued Jim. “ No. You can’t always smell it. It’s when the wind is slack, that’s when it comes down on the houses.”

Feb 11 16:38

Global Ban on Glyphosate Called for by Portuguese Medical Association President

President of the Portuguese Medical Association, José Manuel Silva, is calling for a worldwide ban on Big Ag’s most used herbicide, glyphosate. With so many health concerns surrounding the chemical, its days are surely numbered.

Feb 11 16:30

Oregon standoff: Cliven Bundy faces six federal charges over 2014 confrontation

Cliven Bundy, the father of Malheur national wildlife refuge occupiers Ammon and Ryan Bundy, has been charged with six federal crimes stemming from his confrontation with the federal government in 2014.

Feb 11 16:08

‘Evidence-based medicine’ a total joke as most SSRI antidepressants are prescribed for non-approval, non-tested health conditions

The prescription and use of antidepressants in the U.S. has skyrocketed over the past several decades, but research shows that a significant percentage of this legally sanctioned drug abuse has nothing to do with depression. Many doctors are now prescribing selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) for all sorts of off-label conditions like eating disorders, so-called “obsessive compulsive” disorder and even premature ejaculation

Feb 11 16:02

Hershey introduces GMO-free chocolate after dropping transgenic sugar beets from ingredients

Citing consumer discomfort with genetically modified organisms (GMOs), Hershey has begun to transition its sugar sourcing away from GMO sugar beets, and toward non-GMO sugarcane.

Feb 11 14:51

The Uzbek Kyzylkum desert covered with snow

In the Kyzylkum desert in Central Uzbekistan dropped large amounts of snow (on Thursday, February 11, the press service of the state Committee of Uzbekistan for nature protection). "Subzero temperature in these days were established in many regions of the Republic. For most areas of heavy rainfall are commonplace, but for one of the hottest places in the country — Kyzylkum desert — this amount of snow is rarely observed phenomenon", — stated in the message Department. This week in Uzbekistan for the first time this winter came the cold and the snow fell. In the coming days across the country at night will keep freezing to minus 5-8 degrees (Celsius), the temperature on average will rise to a mark plus of 2-6 degrees.

Feb 11 14:26

Natural Gas Becomes a Fracking Mess

Until late last year, Laura Gideon’s family lived in Porter Ranch on the outskirts of Los Angeles. “We didn’t ever want to leave,” Gideon told the Associated Press. It’s “a nice gated community.”

Feb 11 12:52

Zika HOAX exposed by South American doctors: Brain deformations caused by larvicide chemical linked to Monsanto; GM mosquitoes a 'total failure'

Despite all the public hoopla, all the cases of microcephaly being discovered in Brazil have never been scientifically linked to the Zika virus. A group of doctors from South America are now saying the brain deformations the world is witnessing are caused by the mass fumigation of low-income Brazilian people with a chemical larvicide, not by mosquitoes carrying the Zika virus.

What we're seeing with the brain deformations of children, in other words, is more like the history of thalidomide, a prescription medicine given to pregnant women that caused children to be born with limbs missing. But the official narrative on all this is pushing a false link with Zika in order to justify more chemical fumigation, more vaccines and more genetically engineered mosquitoes.

Feb 11 12:45

Is the Zika virus 'epidemic' being used to cover up vaccine-induced miscarriages and birth defects?

Although wonderful for many women, pregnancy comes with a great responsibility. Especially in an age when scientific research is often manipulated for the sake of profit, a mother-to-be is faced with a set of very difficult choices in order to keep herself and her baby healthy. One of these choices involves the controversial vaccinations that are pushed down on pregnant women by public health officials and obstetricians.

Several of these vaccines are known to cause miscarriages and birth defects. Sounds familiar? The recent Zika virus "epidemic" displays a similar profile. So far, it's been claimed that pregnant women who are contaminated with the virus are at a higher risk of miscarriage, while the virus itself has been publicly linked to a birth defect called microcephaly. But is it possible that that Zika is being used to cover up vaccine injury in pregnant women?

Feb 11 12:32

Is Terminator back? Russians make major advances in artificial intelligence

A group of Russian scientists are conducting research that could help humanity not only to be rid of incurable brain diseases, but also to move closer to creating full-fledged artificial intelligence. Developers believe that in five to six years they will be able to create thinking machines that so far have been seen only in movies. These machines will be far more effective than existing AI technology, with deep neural networks and hierarchical temporal memory. The new machines will have associative memory, developers say. They will be able to synthesize new knowledge, search for the most relevant answer through association, and apply knowledge received in a different context. Furthermore, they will even be able to solve tasks with the use of abstract thinking on the basis of deduction and induction. In other words, it's quite likely the Terminator will soon be back.

Feb 11 11:56

Secret cargo: US Space intel launches Delta 4 rocket with classified payload

United Launch Alliance has successfully launched Delta 4 rocket with classified NROL-45 payload for the US National Reconnaissance Office.

Feb 11 11:56

BBC CORRESPONDENT CONFIRMS USE OF SECRET COURTS BUT CAN’T REPORT IT

“The use of secret courts is a place where trials take place that is not open to the public, nor generally reported in the news and generally no official record of the case or the judge’s verdict is made available. Often there is no legal allegation. The accused is usually not able to obtain the counsel of an lawyer or confront witnesses for the prosecution, and the proceedings are characterised by a perceived miscarriage of justice to the benefit of the ruling powers of the society. This is the stuff of cold war Russia and Nazi Germany – right? Think again.”

Feb 11 11:00

Documents Point to US Base for Polluting Okinawa Water Supply

Documents obtained by Muckrock under the Freedom of Information Act have revealed that chemical leaks at the US Kadena Air Base in Okinawa may be the culprit behind the contamination of local drinking water.

Feb 11 10:54

Affordable Grocery Store ALDI Goes Organic And Bans Toxic Chemicals From Their Products

By John Vibes

ALDI, the discount grocery store, recently announced that they will soon be supplying mostly organic products and will be banning many pesticides and toxic chemicals.

The chemicals recently banned from their products includes Thiamethoxam, Chlorpyrifos, Clothianidin, Cypermethrin, Deltamethrin, Fipronil, Imidacloprid, Sulfoxaflor and other pesticides.

ALDI also announced that they will soon be stocking fresh meat and fish and will be closely analyzing the distributors that they purchase from...

Feb 11 10:40

Report: “All Cannabis Use is Medicinal” Whether You Know it Or Not

By Justin Gardner

In the past two years, we have witnessed a sea of change in the attitude of Americans toward cannabis. Colorado made history by becoming the first state to completely decriminalize possession and use of the plant, with Washington and other states soon following.

Medical cannabis use is now legal in 23 states, and others will soon be joining that list. Polls find that a solid majority of Americans support cannabis legalization, especially for medicinal use...

Feb 11 09:19

Activist Arrested For Making Facebook Post Criticizing Gov. Snyder Over Flint Water Crisis

By John Vibes

Activist Christopher G. Wahmhoff, 37, is facing charges after he made a Facebook post referencing the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

Wahmhoff was already on probation for an act of civil disobedience two years ago...

Feb 11 09:06

Military maneuver planned in S Arabia

This article as in troop numbers and tank numbers is absolute BEX! The Saudis have lost what little minds they have! ROTFWLMFAO!

Saudi media said some 350,000 forces from the Persian Gulf Arab states and a number of other countries will take part in the Saudi-led military maneuver in the area of Hafer al-Batin in northern Saudi Arabia.

Some 2,540 warplanes, 20,000 tanks and 460 helicopters will also participate in the exercise, dubbed “North Thunder.”

In 18 days of maneuvers, the airspace over northern Saudi Arabia will be closed.

Feb 11 09:04

Which 2016 presidential candidates will take a stand against the evil GMO biotech industry?

You may not realize this, but on the democratic side, there's one candidate who is wildly in full support of Monsanto and GMOs, while another candidate is entirely against them!

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Feb 11 08:37

US A-10s bombed city of Aleppo on Wednesday, shifted blame onto Moscow – Russian military

The US Air Farce! The same outfit that LET 911 happen and the same outfit that bombs hospitals,weddings,schools and funerals. I have to believe the Russians on this one!

Two US Air Force A-10 warplanes carried out airstrikes on Aleppo Wednesday, destroying nine facilities, Russia’s Defense Ministry reported. The same day, the Pentagon accused Moscow of bombing two hospitals, despite no Russian flights over the city.

“No Russian warplanes carried out airstrikes in Aleppo city area yesterday. The nearest target engaged was over 20km away from the city,” Konashenkov stressed, adding that on the contrary, airplanes from the US-led anti-ISIS coalition were active over Aleppo, “both aircrafts and UAVs.”

The spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry drew attention to the stunning similarity of the situation with the American airstrike on the Medecins Sans Frontieres hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, and the US bombing of the positions of the Iraqi army in Fallujah.

Feb 11 08:26

Science shock: Statins DOUBLE the risk of diabetes!

A long-term study published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine has shown that statin users are more than twice as likely to develop diabetes compared to those who didn't use statins. Additionally, they're a whopping 250 percent more likely to develop the disease in conjunction with complications – including nerve, kidney and eye damage – than non-statin users.(1)

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Well, what's wrong with that? We get to sell you statins AND diabetes treatments. That's DOUBLE the money we get. What's wrong with that? It's a business model that works for us!" -- The Medical-Industrial Complex

Feb 11 08:23

What Obama’s Gun Control Announcement Means for Mental Health

President Obama announced his administration’s executive actions to battle gun violence today, January 5. While most of the plan is focused on closing loopholes, including requiring background checks at gun shows and online, there’s also a focus on mental health care as a means of preventing gun violence. The actions come on the heels of several high-profile mass shootings, which have left many wondering why gun control isn’t tighter in America — and how much of a role mental illness plays in the shooters’ decisions to act.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

See MASS VIOLENCE LINKED TO PRESCRIPTION PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATIONS - A RESOURCE PAGE

The problem isn;t the mental illness, but the "cure" we are sold for what we are told is mental illness.!

Soma! Soma! Soma! :)

Feb 10 22:05

Happiness: the gap between Humanities and Sciences,


Thinking about Happiness is pulled straight out of my book The Separation of Business and State.

Feb 10 16:46

Why a New Trade Deal Has Put Genetically Modified Crop Concerns in the Spotlight

Civil society groups have been voicing concerns about the upcoming Euro-American trade deal the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) since it was announced three years ago.

Feb 10 16:12

How Smart Devices Could Take Out Power Grid: Hack “Air Conditioners Turn On/Off Repeatedly”

“You shouldn’t be able to do this.” But you can. It may be one of the most dangerous flaws in technology to date.

A hacker could cut air conditioners during a heatwave—creating a potentially fatal condition for the elderly and sick—or turn air conditioners on during peak energy periods, causing a surge that creates a widespread blackout.

Read more at SHTFplan.com

Feb 10 16:12

Trojan Horse Arguments and the GMO Issue: Indian Food and Agriculture Under Attack

n 2013, India’s former Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar accused US companies of derailing the nation’s oilseeds production programme. Similar claims had been made before. For instance, we could revisit the 1998 mustard oil tragedy. At the time, Rajasthan Oil Industries Association claimed that a “conspiracy” was being hatched to undermine the mustard oil trade and charged that the “invisible hands of the multinationals” were involved .

Feb 10 15:53

Or your money back: Monsanto execs return $4mn in bonuses after SEC settlement

Two Monsanto executives returned their lavish bonuses, amounting to nearly $4 million, after the agribusiness giant agreed to pay federal regulators $80 million as part of a settlement over accounting violations.

Feb 10 13:59

Letter Reveals Drug Courts Lobbied Against Key Addiction Treatment

The head of a nonprofit organization that represents drug courts lobbied the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services against increasing access to a key addiction treatment.

In an Aug. 19, 2014, letter obtained by The Huffington Post through an open records request, West Huddleston, the then-CEO of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals, wrote HHS Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell and urged her to keep strict caps on the number of opioid addicts doctors can treat with buprenorphine. Use of the medication along with counseling, known as medication-assisted treatment, is considered by public health officials to give opioid addicts the best chance at a recovery. But many drug court judges have opposed the treatment, insisting defendants go cold turkey instead.

Feb 10 13:57

Cancer industry profits 'locked in' by nagalase molecule injected into humans via vaccines... spurs tumor growth... explains aggressive vaccine push

This means that billions and billions of dollars are secured by Americans being diagnosed with cancer.

That's one profitable industry; however, it could all be completely dismantled by one thing: a cure.

As Mike Adams recently reported, "A universal cancer cure would destroy the profitability of the highly lucrative cancer industry and collapse the American Cancer Society, hospitals, oncology clinics and pharmaceutical companies that depend on chemotherapy revenues to stay profitable."

This means that anyone moving closer to developing a cure for cancer would be considered an extreme threat to the medical establishment and likely stopped at any cost.

With that in mind, the mysterious deaths and disappearances of several natural health doctors throughout Florida is as suspicious as it is concerning.

Feb 10 10:18

Talking Points For Doctor-Politicians Who Threaten Choice

By Rosanne Lindsay

Every day another politician decides to practice medicine without a license by proposing new medical mandates or the removal of vaccine exemptions that dictate healthcare choices for individuals, parents, and families.

Such maneuvers are attempts to test the resolve of the people. When that happens, its time to stand our sacred ground...

Feb 10 09:46

Bayer And US Govt Knowingly Gave HIV To Thousands Of Children

What if a company that you thought you could trust, knowingly sold you a medicine for your child that they knew had the potential to give your child HIV? How would you react? What if a government agency that claims the responsibility for protecting you from such treachery, not only looked the…

Feb 10 09:04

DAMN GLOBAL WARMING! Weekend Arctic Outbreak Could Break Records…

The coldest air of the season is poised to plunge into the Northeast this coming Valentine’s Day weekend. This Arctic blast will not only flirt with some daily records, but will also bring subzero cold to parts of the Midwest and reinforce the cold in the Southeast.

Feb 10 08:56

Diet Coke’s New Smoke and Mirrors Campaign

Soft drinks are bad for you, whether it’s the sugar calories in regular cola, or the artificial sweeteners in zero-calorie drinks. In a desperate attempt to stop declining sales, the Coca Cola company is out with a new campaign featuring millions of uniquely designed bottles. The one-of-a-kind limited edition bottles will go on sale tomorrow, and for some folks may become collector items.

Of course, the fizzy brown water inside is the same bad-for-you drink as always. Don’t let a hip marketing campaign distract you from the following truths:

Feb 10 08:40

WHILE THE CHILDREN IN FLINT WERE GIVEN POISONED WATER TO DRINK, GENERAL MOTORS WAS GIVEN A SPECIAL HOOKUP TO THE CLEAN WATER

News of the poisoned water crisis in Flint has reached a wide audience around the world. The basics are now known: The Republican governor, Rick Snyder, nullified the free elections in Flint, deposed the mayor and city council, then appointed his own man to run the city. To save money, they decided to unhook the people of Flint from their fresh water drinking source, Lake Huron, and instead, make the public drink from the toxic Flint River.

Feb 10 08:35

Can Tasers damage the BRAIN? Use of the 'non-lethal' weapons has been linked with symptoms similar to those seen in dementia

In the US, more than two million people have been hit with Tasers by police over the past decade and more than 9,200 in the UK since they were widely introduced in 2009.

But a new study has raised concerns about the impact that the 50,000 volt shock these 'non-lethal' weapons inflict on the human body.

Researchers, who were funded by the US Department of Justice, found the burst of electricity from stun guns can impair a person's ability to remember and process information.

Some of those who were hit by the electric weapons also showed short-term declines in cognitive function which were comparable to mild dementia.

The scientists behind the study said it raises serious questions about the ability of suspects to understand their rights and answer questions after they have been hit by a Taser.

Feb 10 08:04

Zika: The Gene-Editing Fix That Will Blow You Away

By Jon Rappoport

It’s real, and it’s ready.

Punch line: MIT Technology Review, 2/8/16: “We have the technology to destroy all Zika mosquitoes.”...

Feb 10 05:17

Suicide Epidemic: Why Does The Number Of People Killing Themselves Just Keep Going Up?

Did you know that more Americans now die from suicide than are killed in car crashes each year? According to the CDC, there has been a substantial spike in suicide deaths in the United States in recent years. Today, approximately 9.3 million Americans admit to having suicidal thoughts, and approximately 2.7 million Americans each year actually make a plan for how they would commit suicide. We are a deeply, deeply unhappy nation, but of course this phenomenon is not just limited to America. According to the World Health Organization, suicide is now the third highest cause of death in the entire world. Globally, suicide rates have soared by 60 percent over the past 45 years, and the WHO is now projecting that by the year 2020 someone will be committing suicide somewhere in the world every 20 seconds.

Feb 09 19:21

BREAKING: Obama's coal plant regulations blocked by Supreme Court

A temporary block of increased emissions regulations imposed on coal-fired power plants by President Barack Obama has been granted by the U.S. Supreme Court.

The 5-4 vote could mean that the Supreme Court is amenable to limiting the President's restrictions, national sources indicate.

The restrictions were put in place last fall and would required coal plants to cut emissions by a third by 2030, which many believed could result in a severe hit to the coal industry. Should the Supreme Court eventually reject the Environmental Protection Agencies forced emissions cuts, it could bode well for the coal industry and Wyoming's economy.

Wyoming was one of 29 states that appealed the EPA ruling.

Feb 09 19:19

In Case You Thought The CDC Wouldn't Lie To You (Or, Why You Should Take Government Radiation Info With, Uh, Salt)

Who would you believe? The US Government, or some blogger?

Original post, cross referencing current official statements, meant to be educational in nature, with previous research carried out under the auspices of the Government of the United States of America.

Feb 09 18:00

100 Budget Friendly Items for the Frugal Prepper

By Gaye Levy

When times are tight, we tend to want to stop spending money altogether. When you are a frugal prepper, this can pose some obvious difficulty. Being frugal can be challenging when you are trying to prep.

Sometimes it can feel counterintuitive to buy things that you do not immediately need, but preparedness items are like a savings account made up of material goods. If you run into tough times financially or encounter a crisis that keeps you housebound, you will be glad that you have a pantry full of food and a closet full of supplies...

Feb 09 16:46

Doctors Who Discovered Cancer Enzymes In Vaccines All Found Murdered

Not long ago, Neon Nettle reported on the epidemic of doctors being murdered, most of which were in Florida, U.S. The scientists all shared a common trait, they had all discovered that nagalase enzyme protein was being added to vaccines which were then administrated to humans.

Nagalese is what prevents vitamin D from being produced in the body, which is the body’s main defence to naturally kill cancer cells.

Feb 09 16:40

The Odds of Dying

Everyone dies of something, but after slogging through the daily news, you’d think most people die from terrorism, shark attacks and gas explosions. But are these tragedies — not to mention deaths from lightning strikes, plane crashes and tsunamis — actually top killers in the United States? Not really...

Feb 09 16:28

Ron Paul: This Will Be a Disaster For Personal Liberty…

Even if mandatory health screening could be implementing without increasing costs or threatening liberty it would still be a bad idea. Government health care mandates undermine the basic principles of a free society. If it is legitimate for government to tell us what types of health care we must receive, then it is also legitimate for the government to tell us what to eat, when to exercise, and even how to raise our children. To paraphrase C.S. Lewis, a tyranny imposed for our own good is the worst form of tyranny because it is a tyranny without limits. All who love liberty must therefore oppose mandatory depression screening, or any other health care mandate.

Feb 09 14:54

This McDonald's Happy Meal Hasn't Decomposed for Six Years!

Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.

We all know McDonald’s isn’t good for the human body, but holy crap. Can this stuff even be classified as food anymore?

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Feb 09 14:28

Prescription medications identified as key gateway drugs in new study

Big Pharma is responsible for turning teenagers into illegal drug users by prescribing them dangerous medications which they may later misuse, according to researchers at the University of Michigan.

Feb 09 14:16

The buzz around Intrexon Corporation: Zika, GMO's, Pentagon and Wall Street

There is no established link between Intrexon's release of genetically modified mosquitoes and Zika or the birth defects attributed to Zika that are ravaging the families and children of northeast Brazil. But there is a link, however, between Intrexon's timely purchase of Oxitec in August 2015 for $160 million, and the windfall that Intrexon expects to gain from its genetically modified killer mosquitoes. Already, Wall Street investors, business publications and media outlets are praising the use of GMO's like those of Intrexon's to wipe out malaria, dengue and other diseases even though there remains much scientific uncertainty over the long term effects of inserting GMO's into the ecosystems into which human animals are embedded...

Feb 09 14:04

Female Genital Mutilation: Where lore breaks the law

Today one hundred and thirty-three million women and girls live with the scars of female genital mutilation (FGM), a ritual carried out on girls from between the ages of a few days old to fourteen - most aged five or under - to suppress the right to sexual satisfaction, and it is believed, sexual desire, making them less likely "to fool around". Apart from the extreme pain of the operation, carried out usually by a female traditional circumciser using a blade, those excised suffer from frequent infections, cysts, sometimes fatal bleeding and often chronic pain.
Sensitive readers please scroll down to the next paragraph...

Feb 09 13:02

Major Press Outlets Ignore Story of Billionaire’s Yacht Wrecking Coral Reef

In fairness, it bubbled up in a variety of low volume publications but even then, the story was curiously crafted. The slant was about a yacht and its crew that pulled the anchor chain across 14,000 square feet of reef, damaging more than 80% of the coral in a quarter-acre of protected territory. Little blame was attributed to its owner, the billionaire Paul Allen, Democrat and “conservationist.”

Feb 09 13:00

Did Scientists Just Discover How to Dramatically Extend Human Lifespan?

By Steven Maxwell

Could it be possible that medical researchers from the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine have found the secret of the “fountain of youth” while experimenting with the genetics of mice?...

Feb 09 12:11

How Forbes.com destroyed its own reputation and became a biotech industry propaganda rag

If you've ever wondered how Forbes Inc., which owns Forbes.com and Forbes magazine, ended up as the corporate publishing arm of Monsanto and the chemical industry, look no further than the entity's origins.

A complete history of how Forbes was founded, and more importantly why it was founded, is available at TruthWiki.org. And one important fact you need to know is that Forbes has always been a capitalism-at-all-costs propaganda outlet.

Feb 09 10:59

Hawaii Island Declares A Dengue Fever State Of Emergency

The mayor of Hawaii's Big Island declared a state of emergency on Monday amid the state's largest outbreak of dengue fever since the 1940s.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I did some research and it turns out only 5% of the people who get Dengue are sick enough to require a hospital. 75% of the people who get Dengue never show symptoms and don't know they have it. The other 20% come down with what feels like a mild flu.

Feb 09 10:41

FORCED VACCINATION FOR ALL HOSPITAL WORKERS PASSES INDIANA SENATE UNANIMOUSLY

?We contacted you a couple of weeks ago to ask for your help to oppose a bad bill, SB 162, which implements vaccine mandates for all hospital employees having patient contact starting in 2017. SB 162 is authored by Sen. Patricia Miller and Sen. James Arnold. House Sponsors are Rep. Cindy Kirchhofer and Rep. Charlie Brown. There have been some very concerning developments with this bill requiring your immediate communication with your legislators.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One has to wonder just how generous big pharma's overt, and covert, campaign contributions were to the campaigns of Rep. Cindy Kirchhofer and Rep. Charlie Brown, in order to get that bill passed.

Were I a medical professional in Indiana, I would be resigning, voting with my feet, and moving to a state where health care professionals had a choice about getting vaccinated.

Feb 09 10:08

Is It Time To Acknowledge Roundup Herbicide As A Contraceptive?

How much longer will we deny the growing body of research linking Roundup to infertility before calling this chemical a contraceptive?

Feb 09 09:46

Actual Big Pharma CEO email: 'We raised the price from $1,700 per bottle to $75,000. Should be a very handsome investment for all of us'

Concerning documents that have recently come to light reveal drug firm schemes to maximize profits on medicine that is used to treat cancer, AIDS and heart conditions. A congressional review of more than 300,000 pages from Turing Pharmaceuticals and Valeant Pharmaceuticals reveals how executives planned to maximize profits while fending off negative publicity over the price hikes.

The two drugmakers have made a practice of buying and then dramatically hiking the prices of low-cost drugs given to patients with life-threatening conditions – according to excerpts from thousands of documents released by federal lawmakers.

Feb 09 09:29

REPORT: GOV’T GRANTED $750 MILLION OBAMACARE FUNDS TO HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS

The government’s Obamacare program gave up $750 million in taxpayer subsidies to illegal immigrants and individuals without verified immigration status, says a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee reportobtained by Fox News. “The Administration awarded approximately $750 million in tax credits on behalf of individuals who were later determined to be ineligible because they failed to verify their citizenship, status as a national, or legal presence,” by July 2015, according to Fox News.

Feb 09 09:26

Hillary Clinton sides with Big Pharma, against marijuana

Well, once again, as in 2008, the Iowa Caucus was not the coronation that she and her supporters thought it was going to be.

Nominal Democrat presidential "frontrunner" Hillary Clinton barely made it out of the nation's first caucus as the technical victor (though the campaign her main opponent, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., has contested those results), leaving many to wonder if she's got the mojo in 2016 that she lacked in 2008 when she was younger and less scandal-plagued in her loss to a relatively unknown U.S. senator from Illinois.

Feb 09 09:10

CDC-Oxford ‘Death Gene’ Is Key To The Brazilian Babies Riddle

The mobilization of 500,000 soldiers and public-health workers to spray pesticides across Brazil is effectively terminating a controversial British-American biotechnology project that has released millions of gene-engineered mosquitoes in a backfired experiment to combat the dengue fever virus (DENV). The Oxitec gene-manipulation technique called RIDL (Release of Insects carrying a Dominant Lethal) is widely suspected of spreading a new virulent strain of ZIKA virus, and the Brazilian outbreak in turn raises fears of a link to microcephaly or reduced brain size in human embryos. (Oxitec is a corporate spinoff of Oxford University, even though most of its researchers are with less prestigious British schools or from the United States.)

Feb 09 08:55

Zika: GE Mosquitoes Bite, Deliver Flying Vaccine?

By Jon Rappoport

Zika: the ideal fake epidemic to stir “need” for airborne vaccination: “we must do something to stop the spread of the virus.”

No need to mandate shots: release mosquitoes to deliver them.

People are discussing whether genetically engineered mosquitoes could have spread Zika, the virus that causes nothing. Rather, look to the future, when such biting mosquitoes could deliver flying vaccinations against the virus that causes nothing...

Feb 09 08:55

Experts: Formaldehyde is spewing from massive LA gas leak — “Very dangerous for public”

“One thing I happen to know about — and I can’t make any claim about it now — but I know this. Methane, when it’s exposed to sunlight, can produce as a by-product formaldehyde… Southern California gas knows that too… it transforms — when it’s subjected to sunlight — to formaldehyde. SoCalGas knows that, and they ought to be straight about it. They ought to be telling us… but they’re not.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Formaldehyde is a carcinogen.

Feb 09 08:54

GMO labeling gets another look in two New England states

Today and tomorrow the Rhode Island House Committee on Health, Education and Welfare and the House side of the New Hampshire General Court will hear bills about labeling food made with genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

A bipartisan majority of the New Hampshire Environment and Agriculture Committee led by Rep. John O’Connor, R-Derry, has recommended against passage of House Bill (HB) 1674. New Hampshire’s General Court hears both majority and minority reports on the floor. Rep. Peter Bixby, D-Dover, filed for the minority.

Feb 09 08:32

ANOTHER FALSE FLAG PANDEMIC TO MAKE BIG PHARMA RICHER: ZIKA (LIKE BIRD FLU AND SWINE FLU)

Feb 09 08:30

Whooping Cough Booster Shot May Offer Only Short-Term Protection

Researchers looked at 1,207 pertussis cases among children who had had the acellular vaccine in childhood. The study, in Pediatrics, found that when these children got the Tdap booster, it was 69 percent effective after the first year, then dropped to less than 9 percent two to three years later.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But Brazilian scientists think the Tdap vaccine is responsible for the sudden surge in microcephalic babies!

Feb 09 08:21

Gardasil Vaccine Becomes International Scandal: Deceptive Emails by Health Officials Exposed to Public

Dr. Sin Hang Lee has allegedly discovered that at a public hearing on HPV vaccine safety which was held in Tokyo, Japan on February 26, 2014, members of the Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety (GACVS), the World Health Organization, the CDC and other scientific/health professionals:

deliberately set out to mislead Japanese authorities regarding the safety of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines, Gardasil® and Cervarix®, which were being promoted at that time.

Feb 09 08:02

A Whiff of Methane and the Odor of Corruption

By Brett Redmayne-Titley

“Oh! Sure. Twice, just last week,” answered Porter Ranch resident Jim Baker to the question about whether the smell of methane gas was reaching his home. “Smells like, well… it’s an oily smell,” continued Jim. “No. You can’t always smell it. It’s when the wind is slack, that’s when it comes down on the houses.”

Indeed. Residents across the affluent north Los Angeles, CA suburb of Porter Ranch report the same smell. Not good: methane gas is poison. On day one of an on-scene look at the world’s largest natural gas leak, which every day spews uncontrolled at extremely high pressure the equivalent greenhouse gas pollution of 4.5 million cars, another distinct smell is becoming obvious: political corruption...

Feb 09 07:55

ZIKA Infected 3,100+ Colombian Women BUT NO CASES OF BRAIN DEFORMED BABIES?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Is the brain deformity actually the result of the Tdap vaccine?

Feb 08 23:17

Relief well is closing in on Porter Ranch gas leak

A relief well is within 20 feet of reaching the leaking Southern California Gas Co. well in Aliso Canyon that released tons of methane into the air and led to the dislocation of thousands of residents, regulatory and company officials said Monday.

Once they can access the leak — which is about 1.6 miles below ground — crews will cap the well with cement.

Feb 08 18:37

Radioactive Material Leaked into Groundwater Outside New York City

High levels of tritium, a radioactive material, leaked into the groundwater around a nuclear plant located less than 30 miles outside of New York City, state officials said Saturday. Of course ... Nuclear regulators said the public is not at risk, the AP reported....

Feb 08 16:45

Science: Big Pharma’s Role In Iatrogenic Mitochondrial Diseases Caused By Vaccines And Prescription Drugs

Perhaps my long-held postulate—if doctors read and took seriously the emerging science in peer review journals regarding vaccine chemicals and neurotoxins, in particular, and disregarded Big Pharma’s hype and perks, they would not vaccinate infants and toddlers, or anyone—has been vindicated by impeccable, validating, and published research science! What are mitochondria,…

Feb 08 16:32

Vaccine industry says that children killed by vaccines don't count

Question number one: How many kids have died shortly after getting a vaccine, whether the measles, mumps, rubella or even just the flu shot? What is that total statistic?

Second question: How many kids have actually died from infectious diseases and influenza who received inoculation for the very disease or sickness from which they died?

Third question: Why aren't vaccine-induced deaths part of those statistics, since the kids were injected with the very diseases to which they were supposed to be "100 percent immune?"

Feb 08 13:46

Censorship around the world still at high levels

Censorship is still a big issue around the world

Feb 08 13:39

EPA: Mine spill dumped 880,000 pounds of metals in river

A 3 million-gallon spill from a southwestern Colorado gold mine last year may have dumped more than 880,000 pounds of metals into the Animas River, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Friday.

Some of the metals reached the San Juan River, which the Animas joins in New Mexico, but most settled into the Animas riverbed before that, the EPA said in a preliminary report on the metals.

Utah officials have said some contaminants reached their state, but Friday’s report didn’t address that.

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