Oct 08 08:29

''Psychic'' Robot Will Know What You Really Meant To Do

By Jean Galatzer-Levy

What if software could steer a car back on track if the driver swerves on ice? Or guide a prosthesis to help a shaky stroke patient smoothly lift a cup?

Bioengineers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have developed a mathematical algorithm that can “see” your intention while performing an ordinary action like reaching for a cup or driving straight up a road — even if the action is interrupted...

Oct 08 07:54

Fluoridation Chemical Company Fined $2 Billion

The company that gets rid of highly toxic wastes by selling them as a "product" to municipal water departments across the country as cheap fluoridation chemicals has been fined $2 billion for gross violations of the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), reports the Fluoride Action Network (FAN).

Oct 08 07:54

Volkswagen emissions tests under fire by same government that protects corporations whose vaccines maim children

Heads are expected to roll as more details about the unprecedented Volkswagen emissions scandal continue to emerge. Class-action lawsuits and criminal prosecutions are already underway as VW customers and government agencies pursue what they see as justice against the world’s largest vehicle manufacturer, which is being accused of installing illegal emissions software to improve performance in its diesel-fueled cars.

Oct 08 07:49

Flu drug given out "indiscriminately"

The antiviral drug Tamiflu was handed out "indiscriminately" during the last swine flu outbreak, a leading panel of UK scientists has said.

The experts said many thousands of patients had received treatment that may have done no good at all.

Oct 08 07:41

‘Extraordinary person’ Donald Trump invited to visit Crimea – as US president

I think Trump just got President Putin's endorsement!

Donald Trump a hit in Russia? You wouldn’t think so. But the mayor of Yalta in Crimea has wished the maverick Republican success in the 2016 presidential election and invited him to visit the city, hinting that a street may be renamed after him.

“We are following the elections process in your country with great interest,” Yalta Mayor Andrey Rostenko wrote in an open letter to Trump published on the city’s website. “We like your election program and we like you as an extraordinary person.”

The mayor added: “After your victory in the election you plan to establish friendly relations with President Putin – and this is an excellent decision.”

Oct 08 05:11

Rescuers say sinkhole that buried man in Far Eastern Artyom deeper than expected

The owner of the household was reported missing in early September. Rescuers found a sinkhole 1.5 meters wide and 15 meters deep near the house. The rescue effort was stopped due to a risk of collapse. The hole however grew wide reaching 3.5 metres in diameter. So far, it is impossible to say how deep the hole is, since it is filled with mud and water. "Rescuers who are reinforcing the walls of the hole have reach a depth of 17 meters. Works are continued to pump water out of the hole. The missing man has not yet been found," the spokesman said. According to rescuers, the hole emerged from a mudslide over a coal pit abandoned some 17 years ago.
Flashback 2014: World's notorious sinkhole collapses

Oct 08 04:54


The SCOTUS’s failure to hear the case effectively states that mandatory vaccination of all public school children, doesn’t violate their constitutional rights. A lower court had ruled that the school vaccination requirement, which three parents had legally challenged after their unvaccinated children were prohibited from attending school, did not violate the constitutional rights of the children.

Oct 07 20:37

Pediatrician Admits ADHD is ‘Made Up,’ Prescribes Meds Anyway

Waking Times

Adderall is a dangerous stimulant, but Dr. Anderson, a pediatrician for many poor families in Cherokee County, north of Atlanta, prescribes Adderall whether his patients have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or not when he hears they are suffering in school. He admits the disorder is ‘made up’ and prescribes the drugs anyhow, but usually only to children in low income schools with the explanation that they need to be drugged to keep up with children who perform better academically.

Oct 07 20:33

Prestigious Heart Surgeon’s Confession Reveals the Truth About Heart Disease

Waking Times

Dr. Dwight Lundell is an experienced heart surgeon and retired Chief of Staff and Chief of Surgery at Banner Heart Hospital in Mesa, Arizona. Not so long ago, Dr. Lundell made the following statement of confession:

“We physicians with all our training, knowledge and authority often acquire a rather large ego that tends to make it difficult to admit we are wrong. So, here it is. I freely admit to being wrong. As a heart surgeon with 25 years experience, having performed over 5,000 open-heart surgeries, today is my day to right the wrong with medical and scientific fact."

Oct 07 15:28

Maggot-Infested School Lunches Served Up Again

Students at Belfry High School in South Williamson, Kentucky found maggots in their baked potatoes, and were even served green, moldy meat last year. Now in a new level of school lunch madness, worms were found in a Sheehan High school lunch fruit cup. Junk-food manufacturers also feed school children every day, not a professional nutritionist. Is it time to fire administrators in charge of mandated school lunch programs?

Oct 07 15:21

One Day We Will Wake Up In An America Without Electricity

hat would you do if the power grid went down and never came back up? One of these days, and it could be a lot sooner than most people think, we will all wake up in a country without electricity. And considering how utterly dependent we have become on technology, that is a very frightening scenario to consider. How would Americans react if nothing worked?

Oct 07 15:18

Nurse giving flu shots reused syringes in Mercer Co.

More than 60 people in Mercer County, New Jersey are on alert after learning a nurse who administered flu shots was reusing the same syringe between patients.

The state Department of Health said Wednesday that nurse was changing the needle but she kept using the same syringe.

The concern is if blood got into the syringe, it could have been passed to another person.

Free blood tests were offered at the West Windsor Township Senior Center to dozens of employees of Otsuka Pharmaceuticals.

Total Wellness was alerted that a nurse they contracted to administer flu shots to employees of the pharmaceutical company failed to follow proper medical procedures.

Oct 07 14:23

5 Reasons Monsanto Is Crashing and Burning

By Eric Blair

It’s hard to believe that the once almighty Monsanto is on its knees. But their dirty deeds seem to have finally caught up with them.

Monsanto shares have already dropped 27 percent this year and they just posted fourth quarter losses wider than estimates.

Here are 5 real reasons Monsanto is tanking...

Oct 07 13:45

Victory! World’s Largest Nation Bans GMO Food CropsFirst appeared:

Victories are to be celebrated and for the future of healthy life on our planet we all can celebrate a beautiful victory. The world’s largest nation, the Russian Federation, whose landmass spans Eurasia from the Baltic and Ukraine on the west to Vladivostock and the Pacific on her east, has formally declared all commercial planting of Genetically Modified Organisms, GMOs, to be prohibited.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Invade them and MAKE them eat GMO!" -- Monsatan

Oct 07 13:31

The Cold Truth About Susan G. Komen and Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Rick Simpson, who pioneered curing cancer with cannabis, discovered a shocking insight while attempting to share his discoveries with the Canadian government. He realized that government resistance wasn’t about using the illegal substance of THC hemp. It was simply that the cancer industry doesn’t want a cure!

There would be too much money lost, an economic resource vacuum. And the financial downturn wouldn’t be restricted to Big Pharma and the oncologists who deliver chemo. There are many affiliated medical enterprises involved with the trillion dollar cancer industry.

Big Pharma and government grant research funds to universities would dry up. Radiation treatment equipment leasing and sales would come to a halt. And those cancer fund raisers would have to call it quits.

Oct 07 11:58


In the arid plains of the southern New Mexico desert, between the site of the first atomic bomb test and the U.S.-Mexico border, a new city is rising from the sand. Planned for a population of 35,000, the city will showcase a modern business district downtown, and neat rows of terraced housing in the suburbs. It will be supplied with pristine streets, parks, malls and a church.

Oct 07 10:32

Agent Orange Dioxin, Toxic Dumps at Okinawa US Military Base

Documents released in September 2015 by the Pentagon under the Freedom of Information Act reveal that Agent Orange dioxin was discovered at the U.S. Army’s Machinato Service Area (MSA), Urasoe City, Okinawa, in the 1970s.1 The 82 pages of reports produced by the U.S. Army, Navy and Marine Corps focus on a 46,000 square-metre outdoor storage area within the base which was used to store “retrograde shipments from Viet-Nam” (1) – including herbicides – during the 1960s and 1970s. Following tests of the soil and water in the mid-1970s, USMC documents cite the discovery of a “high concentration” of dioxin in the area (77); a United States Forces Japan report specifies the detection of “dioxin (agent orange component)” in 1975 (2). The findings contradict Pentagon assertions as recently as 2015 that Agent Orange was never stored on Okinawa.2

Webmaster's Commentary: 

How these Vets were considered "irrelevant" upon their exposure to Agent Orange in Okinawa, is pretty close to treason on the part of the higher ups who knew, but covered up.

This disgusts me.

As much as I abhor war as a solution to geopolitical problems, every single one of our Vets deserves the same, timely, first-class medical care that Dick Cheney gets; they have earned it.

Oct 07 09:20

Shock study: Chemotherapy can backfire, make cancer worse by triggering tumor growth

Long considered the most effective cancer-fighting treatment, chemotherapy may actually make cancer worse, according to a shocking new study.

The extremely aggressive therapy, which kills both cancerous and healthy cells indiscriminately, can cause healthy cells to secrete a protein that sustains tumor growth and resistance to further treatment.

Researchers in the United States made the "completely unexpected" finding while seeking to explain why cancer cells are so resilient inside the human body when they are easy to kill in the lab.

They tested the effects of a type of chemotherapy on tissue collected from men with prostate cancer, and found "evidence of DNA damage" in healthy cells after treatment, the scientists wrote in Nature Medicine.

Chemotherapy works by inhibiting reproduction of fast-dividing cells such as those found in tumors.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This should not have been "unexpected"; the issue of treatment of cancers which initially go into remission, but ultimately metastasize somewhere else in the body, has been known to cancer patients for decades, and SHOULD have been known to cancer researchers, if anyone had taken the time to look at the evidence right in front of their noses.

OF course, really educating doctors and patients takes away from the bottom line of a billion dollar specialty of the medical/industrial complex, so no one really wanted to talk about where, case after case, this was obviously an undeniable fact.

Oct 07 09:15

The placebo response is getting stronger in painkiller trials - but only in the US

Drug companies have a problem: they are finding it ever harder to get painkillers through clinical trials. But this isn't necessarily because the drugs are getting worse. An extensive analysis of trial data1 has found that responses to sham treatments have become stronger over time, making it harder to prove a drug’s advantage over placebo.

Oct 07 09:03


If you get all of your news from mainstream media and cable TV infotainment, then you’re probably unaware that glyphosate (the active ingredient in RoundUp herbicide) has been linked to cancer. The World Health Organization stated in March that glyphosate is a probable carcinogen, and California will soon label it as such.

The MSM addict will also be unaware that long-term exposure to glyphosate—even tiny amounts deemed “safe” by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)—can lead to liver and kidney damage.

The “safe” level of glyphosate for U.S. drinking water was set at 0.7 ug/L in 1994, and this has not been revised, despite studies over the years showing glyphosate’s toxicity. For comparison, the European Union’s safe glyphosate level for drinking water is 0.1 ug/L.

Several countries have banned or restricted the herbicide’s use, and other leading nations are considering legislative bans.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Monsanto should be sued out of existence, and those still alive who knew, from the inception of this product that it was toxic and highly dangerous, should be doing jail time, and NOT in a Club Fed.

Oct 07 08:49

Matt Drudge Challenges Obama: Give Up Your Guns

As the White House prepares more executive orders on gun control, Matt Drudge has sensationally challenged President Obama to give up his armed Secret Service protection.

During an impromptu appearance on the Alex Jones Show, Drudge also called on Hillary Clinton to relinquish her armed bodyguards.

“They’re all armed themselves, or they all have that security around them themselves. They don’t have to worry about [danger.] I challenge Hillary, take away your Secret Service. Take it away now. Take away your Secret Service; dismiss them. Have no security around you; have no guns around you, Hillary. I dare you. I dare you,” said Drudge.

Oct 07 08:29

Why Drug Prices Are So High, And What Can Be Done About It

Jamie Love of Knowledge Ecology International told the Real News that our system does little to curb outrageous drug prices, and it’s not because there aren’t good alternatives.

Oct 07 08:21

Yet another psych drug shooter: Oregon gunman Christopher Mercer was taking five types of medication, likely vaccine-damaged with autism spectrum disorder

New information is now emerging about Christopher Mercer, the now-deceased shooter who recently killed and injured numerous victims at the Oregon community college (Umpqua Community College). While the mainstream media follows the predictable script of blaming guns for the violence, we now know that Mercer was almost certainly damaged by vaccines and medications, altering his mind and leading to the violent behavior that we see so often when psychiatric medications are involved.

We now know that Harper was possibly vaccine-damaged because he suffered from Asperger's syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder.

Oct 07 08:12

Guns do not kill people.. doctors & drug companies do……….

Does anyone wonder why these mass shootings are occurring in these last decades, usually perpetrated by young men?† And the suicides! Have you noticed that suicides have become an epidemic in soldiers, adults in general and even children as young as seven?

The answer lies in a field of medicine called pharmacogenomics.†
In the last decades the pharmaceutical companies have produced medications called SSRIs. (Selective Seratonin Uptake Inhibitors).† The pharmaceutical producers have been forced to put a black box warning on the label warning that these drugs may cause “suicidal ideations”. † Suicide is a label for those who blame themselves.† Homicide is a label for those who blame “others”.† However, the establishment does not put homicidal warnings on the label so as not to wake up the society to the ever present danger to “others” in the society.†

Oct 07 08:02

Saudi King Hospitalized for Dementia

When it rains it pours eh!Probably most western leaders(so called) should be hospitalized for dementia!

Informed sources told Arabic-language al-Ahd news agency that King Salman is now in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) section of King Faisal Specialist Hospital in the Saudi capital.

The sources also said that given the Saudi king's unstable and aggravating health conditions, officials have ceased plans to transfer him to US hospitals.

King Salman, 80, is thought to have Alzheimer’s or dementia and the government is practically administered by his Crown Prince Muhammad bin Nayef.

Oct 07 07:25

Dissent On Israel Not Permitted At Bernie Sanders Event

Another Zionist who puts Israel first instead of his own country.

Fast forward to 2015, this past Saturday, when Bernie Sanders, an increasingly viable contender for the Democratic presidential nomination, held one of his biggest campaign rallies to date, drawing more than 20,000 people to an event at the Boston convention center. Among those visitors were a number of young activists from Boston Students for Justice in Palestine, who were curious about Sanders’ position on the occupied territories. They had a sign with them; in a playful nod to one of Sanders’ campaign slogans, it simply asked, “Will Ya Feel The Bern For Palestine?” The activists say they were well-received by other Sanders supporters in the crowd.

Oct 07 07:01

Supreme Court Says Mandatory Vaccinations Don’t Violate Children’s Constitutional Rights

The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear a case challenging the state of New York’s public school vaccination requirement, which requires all children to be vaccinated prior to attendance at public school.

The SCOTUS’s failure to hear the case effectively states that mandatory vaccination of all public school children, doesn’t violate their constitutional rights.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It does, however, violate the Nuremberg code, which requires informed consent (emphasis on consent) prior to any medical treatment!

Oct 07 06:51

An Ex-Lawman On A Lonely Mission: Bringing The Police To Justice

At the heart of Peace Officer, a new documentary out this month, stands a man named William "Dub" Lawrence. A former sheriff, Lawrence comes off as a somber figure — a man capable of calmly reconstructing the death of his suicidal son-in-law, who was shot in a standoff with a SWAT team in 2008.

But when you meet Lawrence, it's impossible not to note just how much the man grins — as in, big, toothy, Jimmy Carter-level grins.

"That's my best weapon," he says. "If I smile, they will usually not punch me in the face."

Oct 07 06:50

South Florida Cop Acquitted of Raping Woman at Gunpoint After Jury Determines She Asked For It

A South Florida cop accused of raping a woman at gunpoint while on duty was acquitted today after a jury determined she had asked for it and was merely acting out a fantasy by allowing the cop to penetrate her as she bent over the hood of his car.

The incident took place October 15, 2014 when the woman, who was 20 at the time, was riding passenger in a car with a friend who had been arrested for drunk driving.

Maiorino, 35 at the time, agreed to drive her to the police station where she could be picked up by her mother.

However, the woman said that when he pulled up in front of the station, he unzipped his pants and pulled out his penis and held her head down, ordering her to suck it.

Oct 07 06:42

Russia To The Rescue

Happy Birthday President Putin.Wish America had a leader like you!

If Syria has now effectively become a Russian protectorate, it follows logically that NO planes ought henceforth to be allowed to fly over Syrian air space without Assad’s consent and Russian approval. This will apply not only to Israeli planes but, by extension, to American planes, British planes and French planes. The distinction between the “good terrorists” (the so-called Syrian “rebels” backed by the West) and the “bad terrorists” and their affiliates (ISIS and their kind) will soon disappear.

The Russian aim is to support the Assad regime. As such, all the Western-backed “rebel” forces in Syria will henceforth be regarded as deadly enemies of Syria and will probably be destroyed. Putin has every right to bomb the Muslim mercenaries on the American payroll. A

Oct 07 06:29

New Project Tests “Living Filter” To Remove Environmental Contaminants

Heather Gall sprays a few sprits of tick spray around her face and arms, pulls on her baby blue waterproof waders and adjusts the straps to fit her petite frame before wading knee-deep into a pond at one of Penn State's Living Filter spray fields. The pool of water is a result, in…

Oct 07 06:06

Chris Christie: 'Put Me in the Ring Against Vladimir Putin'

Another fat ass repub who wants to fight Vladimir Putin! This obese politico has truly lost it!

Published on Oct 6, 2015

Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie joined Sean Hannity tonight to react to Russia's continuing military buildup and ongoing airstrikes in Syria.

Oct 07 06:03

Nevada lawmaker wants study of medications prescribed to mass shooters

As the nation learns more about the mass-casualty shooter at a rural Oregon community college, a state lawmaker would like to learn more about drugs used to treat mental illness while one of Nevada's federal lawmakers says it is time for lawmakers to act to try to end mass shootings. . .

. . . Local Republican Assemblywoman Michele Fiore says that while a lot of people want to blame guns for mass shootings, she believes we need to take a look at psychiatric drug treatments prescribed to those struggling with mental illness.

Journalists have learned that the shooter's screen name on social media was "lithium love." Lithium is used as a psychiatric medication.

While there is no confirmation of medications that Harper-Mercer was prescribed, Fiore says with some drugs known to cause violence, suicidal and homicidal actions, we need more scientific proof that they work.

Oct 07 05:58

Massive strike with precision weapons on targets in Syria LIH of the Caspian Sea

Published on Oct 7, 2015

This night ship strike group of the Russian Navy launched cruise missiles against ISIS infrastructural facilities in Syria.

Oct 07 05:54

4 Russian warships launch 26 missiles against ISIS from Caspian sea

Four Russian Navy warships have fired a total of 26 missiles at the position of the terrorist group Islamic State in Syria, Russia’s Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu announced. The missiles were fired from the Caspian Sea.

Oct 06 15:16

Terpenes May Improve Effectiveness Of Medical Marijuana

As we know, science has identified and characterized the molecular structure of around 20,000 terpenes, which makes it the largest category of plant chemicals. These aromatic compounds are found in the essential oils of plants and flowers, and plenty of studies have been done on their effects.

Of the 20,000 identified terpenes, there have been more than 120 found in cannabis. Only a few of them appear in high concentrations, but they have been found to have a number of benefits.

Oct 06 15:09

34 Ways to Use Salt for Survival

By Gaye Levy

Having gone most of my adult life avoiding salt, coming to terms with adding salt to my survival pantry was true mind-shift. Not only is there a physiological need for our bodies to ingest salt in one form or another, but there are a multitude of other uses aside from food enhancement and food preservation.

Which leads me to the next point: what are the uses of salt in an emergency situation?...

Oct 06 12:24

Monsanto and Syngenta Tighten Stranglehold on Global Food Supply

There is a corporate monster in the making. If allowed to emerge, it will gain near complete control of one of the most vital elements to human survival: our global food supply. This monster - a conglomeration of two corporate entities, Monsanto and Syngenta - must be stopped for the sake of the planet and future generations.

The companies that would make up this monster conglomeration both want complete control of our food. They envision a world completely inundated with their "patented" genetically modified seeds and saturated in their environmentally destructive chemicals. They seek to put all of their critics and those deemed "in the way" in prison or leave them financially ruined. They threaten to subvert the democratic process with their "bought" legislators, who are strategically placed inside virtually every facet of the governmental apparatus. And they do all of this while wrapped in the rhetoric of superheroes, sustainability and stewardship.

Oct 06 12:20

Creepy shadows: Scientists puzzled over strange 'holes' on the Moon (PHOTOS)

Look closely at these shadows on the Moon’s surface: they might mean there are mysterious deep holes on the Moon, the holes that have never seen light at all, and could even reveal secrets about our solar system’s history.
The European Space Agency took about 32,000 pictures of the Moon’s North Pole from every possible angle, and there are mysterious areas of constant shadow there. It means that there are some extremely deep holes on the Moon we had never known about before. An official press release by the ESA says there might be lunar water in the form of ice stored deep inside the Moon. What’s more, the dark deep holes could hold answers to the history of our solar system...

Oct 06 12:14

UK & US blocking ban on killer robots – experts

United Nations attempts to control the use of current and future autonomous war machines are being undermined by the UK and US in an attempt to rewrite the terms of the agreement, experts claim. There are also fears that by delaying the agreement for years, those invested in developing robot weapons will have the killer robot technology before laws come into force, meaning it will be extremely difficult to keep in check. “There is indeed a danger now that [the process] may get stuck,” said Christof Heyns, the UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, told The Guardian. “A lot of money is going into development and people will want a return on their investment. If there is not a preemptive ban on the high-level autonomous weapons then once the genie is out of the bottle it will be extremely difficult to get it back in,” he said. The issue hinges on the wording of the agreement.

Oct 06 11:49

Coming Soon from Big Pharma, Straight to Your Lazy Butt: “The World Needs Exercise Pills”

It is being reported that exercise pills are currently under development to save all the lazy couch potatoes from having to actually get up off the couch and stop watching Dancing with the Stars and football long enough to maintain circulation to a degree that they don’t appear dead to onlookers.

Pills going through animal trials as we speak are set to attempt to mimic physical activity. Things like burning fat, forming new blood vessels, reinvigorating old cells and enhancing muscle fibers.

While they could be curing cancer already or, say, helping to fix some of the downright toxic, endocrine disrupting, hormone mimicking issues we have in a world where our systems are inundated with industrial byproducts and thousands of chemicals daily, the scientists over at these pharmaceutical companies would rather appeal to utterly lazy people with a new wonder drug and replace the last bastion of actual physical activity a nearly entirely computer-driven society ever sees in a day.

Oct 06 11:03

All car companies cheat on emissions tests—it’s just that most do it legally

It’s not just Volkswagen. For years, emissions from cars built by almost every major manufacturer have been higher out on the road than when tested in labs.

In fact, the average gap between real-world emissions and official test results has been growing. A new report by the International Council on Clean Transportation, the research group that first flagged suspicious emissions patterns at Volkswagen, found that under normal conditions the average carbon-dioxide emissions for passenger cars are some 40% higher than the official amounts certified by European lab tests. In 2001, the gap was less than 10%.

Oct 06 10:46

“Lithium Love”: Was Oregon Gunman on Psychiatric Meds Linked to Violence?

The revelation that Umpqua Community College shooter Chris Mercer used the screen name “lithium love,” along with other references to prescription medication, strongly suggests that the gunman was taking psychiatric drugs that have been linked to violent outbursts.

As the Oregonian reports, “There are a number of indications that Harper-Mercer had mental health or behavioral issues. His screen name on some social media sites was “lithium love.” Lithium is used as a psychiatric medication.”

Lithium is used to enhance the effect of SSRI drugs, a number of which, “have also been linked to increase risk for violent, even homicidal behavior,” reports Time.

On one of his Facebook posts, Mercer also made reference to a number of different prescription drugs he was taking.

“I have a pill bottle with like five types of pills mixed in. I don’t know which ones are the sleep aids, so I just took four of each,” wrote Mercer.

Oct 06 10:44

Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown signs into law 'end of life' bill

California Gov. Edmund "Jerry" Brown said Monday he signed into law a bill that would allow terminally ill people to request drugs from a doctor to end their own life. In a signing letter, Brown said he consulted with Catholic bishops and doctors, and reflected upon his own death. "I do not know what I would do if I were dying in prolonged and excruciating pain," Brown wrote. "I am certain, however, that it would be a comfort to be able to consider the options afforded by this bill. And I wouldn't deny that right to others."

Oct 06 09:30

7 Natural Cancer Cures That Have Been Buried by the FDA, AMA and CDC

The AMA once paid a cancer virus researcher $250K to retire in Mexico and stop working on natural cures.

Oct 06 09:28


Toxic gases and lava billowed from the top of the Bardarbunga volcano for nearly six months last year in the biggest Icelandic eruption for two centuries. In this time, the volcano spewed enough lava to cover an area the size of Manhattan -- and three times as much toxic gas than all man-made sources in Europe, according to new research.

The eruption started in August, 2014, and continued until February, 2015. At points, the volcano expelled as much as 120 kilotons of gases a day, eight times the rate of all European industry.

What's more surprising -- or concerning -- is that an even bigger eruption could be on the way.

Oct 06 09:27

The EPA Closed the Lab That Might Have Caught VW Years Ago

ore than 20 years ago, an engineer at the Environmental Protection Agency invented a device that allows technicians to measure the emissions of a car as it is traveling in the real world.

Had the device, then known as ROVER, been used by the EPA to screen cars, it would have detected Volkswagen’s cheating long ago, former engineers for the EPA said.

But the Alexandria, Va., lab where the testing device was developed was closed by the EPA about 2001, and the contractors who worked there were laid off. The pilot program that used the new devices to test cars for emissions compliance on the road did not continue, officials said.

“When this all came out in the news about VW, my first thought was, ‘Wow, we could have been all over this,’?” said John Lux, testing manager at the lab.

Oct 06 09:25

SMOKING GUN: Active Shooter Drills Charleston S.C. Day of Shooting. Resistance Journals Special Report!

What are the chances that the government (DHS) would be doing an “Active Shooter Drill,” in the same exact town, on the same exact day that a mass shooting takes place? The answer? Quite frankly, almost NONE. No chance.

Furthermore, Jeff Giles from Major Mind job, asked the same question I did as well, which was “what are the chances a State Senator would die in a mass shooting?” According to Jeff Giles numbers, 1 in 1.3 trillion.

Oct 06 09:25

Asthma steroids 'could stunt growth'

Young children given asthma medication before the age of two may not grow to their full height in later life, a preliminary report suggests.

The study of 12,000 Finnish infants found that, on average, those who used inhaled corticosteroids (ICS) long-term showed signs of stunted growth.

Previous research has suggested a link with growth suppression.

Oct 06 09:22

I thought he was going to shoot me.’ Unsuspecting middle school students terrified by active shooter drill.

Police officers in Florida surprised students, teachers and parents Thursday with an active shooter drill. And by “active shooter drill,” we mean that a Winter Haven middle school went into lockdown as two armed police officers burst into classrooms, guns drawn, leaving the unsuspecting children terrified — and their parents furious.

Oct 06 09:20

Fake Blood and Blanks: Schools Stage Active Shooter Drills

HMMMM!!! The"shooter" in Oregon was listed as a member of the stage crew at one of the colleges drama productions.

TROY, Mo.—In a cramped, carpeted amphitheater in the basement of Troy Buchanan High School, 69 students are waiting to die.

“You’ll know when it pops off,” says Robert Bowen, the school’s campus police officer. “If you get engaged with one of the shooters, you’ll know it.”

“When you get shot, you need to close your fingers and keep ‘em in,” adds Tammy Kozinski, the drama teacher. “When the bad guy and the police come through, they’ll step all over you, and who will be saying they’re sorry?”

“Nobody!” the students cry in unison.

Oct 06 08:47

Sink Or Swim, Preparation Is Key: Observations From The SC Flood

By Brandon Turbeville

As the flood waters began to rise in South Carolina, so did the level of awareness that the vast majority of South Carolinians were wholly unprepared for such a disaster.

As the flood crisis got under way, South Carolina saw its major cities inundated with so much water that city centers were unnavigable without a boat, coastal areas saw houses collapse, and both city and rural areas saw roads wash out completely. With dams bursting and bridges washing away, local governments, citizens, and emergency management personnel clearly had their hands full. Most of them, to their credit, did their jobs well enough with the resources they had, despite the violation of rights by some local administrations.

Still, we can learn at least three lessons from the recent flooding in South Carolina...

Oct 06 08:29

FDA is anti-science? FDA memo shows that female libido pill was approved for political reasons, despite medical and scientific objections

A libido-boosting pill by the name of Addyi, which has been dubbed the "female Viagra," is set to hit the U.S. market in October 2015. Don't be so quick to think this is a good thing; although the pill, which is made by Sprout Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and chemically known as flibanserin, has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), several health questions surrounding the drug's benefits and risks are still looming.

That's right. It has been given the thumbs-up by the FDA despite the fact that the powers that be aren't entirely sure about the effect it has on women other than the fact that it's been shown to boost sexual desire - and even then, it has only been shown to provide "meaningful" help for about ten percent more patients than those taking a placebo.

Oct 06 08:27

Roundup causes cancer: Monsanto hid evidence for 40 years while lying to and defrauding Americans, FOIA documents show

An independent research scientist by the name of Anthony Samsel procured some 15,000 pages worth of documents from Monsanto covering the full gamut of research on Roundup, the most widely used herbicide in the world, and the information contained in those pages isn't pretty. In essence, Monsanto has known full well for nearly 40 years that Roundup and glyphosate are linked to organ damage and cancer, and yet this information was withheld from public purview as "proprietary trade secrets."

Oct 06 08:14

Real-life military robots

Russia’s Defense Ministry is showing off the results of its research aimed at creating advanced military machines at an exhibition in Kubinka near Moscow.

Oct 06 07:58


Webmaster's Commentary: 

The gun-grabbers are in full confiscation mode, insisting that the actions of a few people on bad prescription medications justify ending the Second Amendment and confiscating all guns. But all these mass shooters had serious mental issues, exacerbated by the dangerous psychiatric medications they were on or withdrawing from.

Of course, we know what the real issue is. The US Government knows they have abused the people and violated the Constitution. And the US Government understands that the Founding Fathers gave We The People the right to bear military arms as a final check against abusive government.

Oct 06 07:49

Moscow and Washington work together to restructure international relations

Interesting read!

While the Atlantist media seem to be falling sick, infected by a sudden attack of the anti-Russian fever, Thierry Meyssan interprets Moscow’s military action in Syria as the first step towards a complete revision of international relations. In his opinion, the important question is not so much whether Russia will save the Syrian Arab Republic from the jihadists, but whether Russia’s army could partially replace the US army in the region in order to guarantee security. Basing his interpretation on an internal document from the Security Council, he affirms that Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama are acting together against the US liberal hawks and neo-conservatives.

Oct 06 07:22

This Has Become Routine — Paul Craig Roberts

In his comment on the mass shootings at the Oregon community college, President Obama said: “This has become routine.”

So have police shootings of unarmed and unresisting Americans.

So have numerous other undesirable and deplorable happenings, such as the foreclosure on the homes of millions of Americans, while the “banks too big to fail” are bailed out with trillions of dollars, and such as foreign policy lies that have destroyed seven countries, bringing the US and Europe millions of refugees.

Oct 06 07:15

Obama authorizes resupply of Syrian opposition

Obama is resupplying the terrorists!Hope he doesn't mind the Russians blowing it all to hell!

Washington (CNN)President Barack Obama authorized the resupply of Syrian Kurds and the Arab-Syrian opposition as part of a strategy to put pressure on ISIS from the north and strengthen the border, according to two senior administration officials.

Oct 06 06:57

Watch activists airdrop flyers onto an NSA base urging agents to quit their jobs

On Friday, a drone-like device dropped fliers over a key NSA intelligence facility that advised employees to quit their jobs on ethical grounds. The effort is the most recent attempt by privacy advocates to chip away at the power of the surveillance state using direct action campaigns.

Oct 06 06:44

Record floods kill 11 in US state of South Carolina

South Carolina residents today reeled under the effects of weekend flooding that killed at least 11 people and left tens of thousands without power or drinking water.
President Barack Obama signed a disaster declaration yesterday, making federal aid available to the southern state that has been drenched with a level of rain that -- as Governor Nikki Haley put it -- the region has not seen in 1,000 years.

Oct 06 05:42

Criminal Justice: Police Reserve Academy

The college where this last mass shooting took place also has the Police Academy on site.

Umpqua Community College offers a Certificate of Completion for the Police Reserve Academy. The current class is our 19th consecutive class!

The Academy is conducted in conjunction with the Douglas County Sheriff's Department, Roseburg, Winston, Sutherlin, Myrtle Creek Police Departments, and Oregon State Police.

Oct 06 05:40

C.O. police test tactics in 'shooter' drill

BEND, Ore. -

It took months of planning and more than 300 people to prepare Friday's "active shooter" drill on COCC's Bend campus, the largest held in the region.
There were numerous agencies involved and several layers to the scenario. And there were planners and responders who didn't know the details of the drill.

It started in Modoc Hall and extended to Jefferson Hall, where several people were reported "wounded." Police responders were involved after a volunteer made an actual call to 911 dispatch at 9:15 a.m.

"The shooter was actually sprinting to places," said participant Shawn Horton.

Oct 06 05:38

Active shooter drill at COCC

Published on Sep 12, 2014

Flashing lights, sirens and emergency vehicles disrupted the sylvan serenity of the Bend campus of Central Oregon Community College on Friday morning. The excitement was part of a training exercise in which Deschutes County first responders practiced what to do when an active shooter is reported on campus. Read more at

Video by Leilani Rapaport

Oct 06 05:24

With Russia’s Dep. Army Chief due in Israel, Moscow posts 64 S-300 ship-to-air missiles off Syria, N. Israel

Got news for DEBKAfile. Russia can shoot down ALL US stealth aircraft!
Do your own dirty work Israel!

Russia’s deputy chief of staff, Gen. Nikolay Bogdanovsky, accompanied by a large military delegation, arrives in Israel for a two-day visit on Tuesday, Oct. 6, to discuss increased coordination between the two militaries. However, Moscow seems to be sending Jerusalem an altogether different message: Friday, Oct. 2, the Russian Defense Ministry announced the surprise deployment of Navy cruiser, the Moskva, armed with 64 advanced anti-aircraft missiles S-300 ship-to-air missiles opposite the Syrian coastal town of Latakia.

If US President Obama truly wanted to deal effectively with Moscow’s military moves in Syria, besides saying that Russia is bound to fail, he would have ordered the deployment of US stealth fighters to Turkey and Israel.

Oct 05 21:52

Who is next in line? Afghanistan wants Russia's help too

If this doesn't take the cake!

October 5, 2015
TV Zvezda
Translated by Kristina Rus

Kabul needs Russian help in the fight against terrorist group "Islamic state". This was announced by the first Vice-President of Afghanistan General Abdul Rashid Dostum following the meeting with the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov.

"Dostum said that ISIS is trying to make its foothold in Afghanistan. To prevent this threat Kabul needs Russian support, as in Syria. We are confident that the Russian leadership will make a positive decision in this matter," — wrote Kadyrov on his social network page.

Oct 05 14:17

Fall Rush To Vaccinate Pregnant Women Backed By Propaganda, Not Science

The rush to vaccinate pregnant mothers is on and from commercials, to TV shows and bill boards, you can't miss the propaganda--it's everywhere. Not only does the CDC admit flu shots don't work, but there is absolutely no evidence that any influenza vaccine prevents the flu for pregnant women (or others) any…

Oct 05 12:43


"This is yet another example of the state attempting to lure the fracking industry to North Carolina over the objection of those who would be most directly impacted," said Brooks Rainey Pearson, a staff attorney with the Southern Environmental Law Center. (Photo:Daniel Foster/cc/flickr) After a a number of local governments enacted temporary moratoriums on oil and natural gas development, including fracking, the Republican-led North Carolina government issued a resounding response: Drillers welcome!

Oct 05 12:29

Pink Ribbons

Oct 05 12:02

From Curfews To Mandatory Evacuations, Police State In View During SC Flood

By Brandon Turbeville

As the flood waters began to rise in South Carolina, so did the level of awareness that the vast majority of South Carolinians were wholly unprepared for such a disaster. But local governments have also proven themselves unprepared, poorly prioritized, and inept at dealing with the destruction left by a historic amount of rainfall over the Palmetto state...

Oct 05 12:01

Project Apollo Archive

The images have actually been available online since 1999, but not in a very user-friendly format. Archivist Kipp League steadily collected the images released by NASA and other organizations, posting them to two rather retro websites.

Oct 05 11:51

How this Russian spacecraft sparked a revolution for space travel as we know it

Exactly 58 years ago, the former Soviet Union shocked the world by launching the first artificial satellite into Earth orbit.

Oct 05 11:29

Extreme weather weekend: 9 killed in S. Carolina flooding, Bahamas slammed by Hurricane Joaquin

Nine people were killed in unprecedented flooding in South Carolina, Governor Nikki Haley said. Flooding in South Carolina is so serious that President Obama declared a statewide emergency.
Strongest tropical storm in history Mujigae wreaks havoc in China, at least 7 killed (VIDEO)
Typhoon Mujigae is reportedly the most powerful tropical storm in history according to the Guangdong Provincial Meteorological Bureau. It made landfall in the province of Guangdong and also unleashed tornados, which were recorded in Foshan and Guangzhou.

Oct 05 11:01

New test detects all viruses that infect people and animals

A new test detects virtually any virus that infects people and animals, according to research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, where the technology was developed.

Oct 05 10:30

The Cold Truth About Susan G. Komen and Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Rick Simpson, who pioneered curing cancer with cannabis, discovered a shocking insight while attempting to share his discoveries with the Canadian government. He realized that government resistance wasn’t about using the illegal substance of THC hemp. It was simply that the cancer industry doesn’t want a cure!

There would be too much money lost, an economic resource vacuum. And the financial downturn wouldn’t be restricted to Big Pharma and the oncologists who deliver chemo. There are many affiliated medical enterprises involved with the trillion dollar cancer industry.

Big Pharma and government grant research funds to universities would dry up. Radiation treatment equipment leasing and sales would come to a halt. And those cancer fund raisers would have to call it quits.

Oct 05 10:02

Russia tightly shut the sky over Syria for any aircraft, except its own

If the Pentagram gets us into a war with Russia,Putin will hand the Pentagram it's big fat criminal ass!The US can't find the Russian radars!

In the Saudi paper on Friday, October 2 appeared an interview with former U.S. Colonel Jack Jacobs, who announced that the United States can't stop the Russians in Syria, as Russia has set up a no-fly zone.. This means that any military aircraft entering the combat zone, may be immediately shot down as a threat to the Russian airspace forces.

A source in military circles of the American military in Turkey reported that NATO aircraft, trying to get close to the forces of the Russian Federation,has been identified by radar, and the source of the radar could not even be traced.

"The Russians have indicated that they can see everything, and getting closer is not worth it, otherwise it will be shot down", - said the American military.

Oct 05 09:28

Law fails to prevent ‘extremely cruel’ testing on monkeys, campaigners claim

Laws aimed at preventing scientific testing on laboratory monkeys are not stopping many animals being subjected to “distressing, invasive and harmful” experiments, an animal rights group has claimed.

Oct 05 09:14

16 countries to refuse from growing GM products

As many as 16 countries of the European Union have announced their decision to opt out of GM crops. The countries will no longer be cooperating with GMO produce of such major companies as Monsanto, Dow, Syngenta and Pioneer, reports. Germany, Italy, Denmark, Bulgaria and Cyprus have recently filed their requests and applications, increasing the number to 16. In August, Scotland publicly said it would prohibit GMO crops out of concern that they could damage the country's "clean and green" brand. "Scotland is known around the world for our beautiful natural environment - and banning growing genetically modified crops will protect and further enhance our clean, green status," Rural affairs secretary Richard Lochhead said in a statement at the time. "A growing number of governments are rejecting the commission's drive for GM crop approvals," Greenpeace's E.U. food policy director Franziska Achterberg told the Guardian. "They don't trust the E.U.

Oct 05 09:14

Opt-Outs Abound as Majority of EU Says No to GMOs

On the eve of the European Union’s deadline for member states and territories to declare their stance on allowing or banning genetically modified (GM or GMO) crops, more than half of EU countries are asking to opt out—a total of 15 out of 28 members, according to the latest count by the European Commission.

Oct 05 08:24

Two thirds of EU states reject GMO crops, file cultivation opt-out requests

Two thirds of EU states have requested to be allowed to ban the growing of genetically modified crops in their countries, choosing the “opt-out” clause of a European Commission rule that allows members to override EU-wide GMO approvals.

Oct 05 08:06

GMO Anti-Labeling Law Heads to Senate After House Approval

Tuft University's Tim Wise says in the face of uncertain science what's needed is more science not deregulation

Oct 05 07:44

GMO Propaganda and the Sociology of Science

At the heart of this new rhetoric by Monsanto is the popularity of technology and the status of science in our society. However, science and technology are not equivalent. Science is the systematized study of knowledge, while technology merely applies that knowledge – for good or for ill. Science and technology are all too often conflated both by the public and by scientists themselves. It cannot be overstated that upstream technological scientists are prioritized and favored while downstream toxicologists and the like are continuously monitored and intimidated because they threaten industry. (See Drs. Tyrone Hayes, Ignatio Chapela, and Gilles-Éric Séralini for just a few well-know examples of attacks on downstream scientists.) While downstream science, which may point out frightening truths about risks, can be unpleasant, upstream science is often full of the wonder and excitement of technology. The conflation of science and technology has been exploited by the GMO industry to support the acceptance of their products under the guise of scientific authority.

Oct 05 06:35

Russian-made fighter jet harasses Turkish F-16s over Turkey’s Syrian border

The Russians haven't deployed Mig-29's to Syria!

A Russian-made MIG-29 fighter jet put two Turkish F-16 jets under radar lock on Turkish-Syrian border on Monday, the Turkish military has announced.

In a written statement issued on its website on Monday, the military said 10 F-16s scrambled to patrol the Turkish-Syrian border. During this mission, a MIG-29 placed two Turkish F-16s under radar lock for five minutes and 40 seconds. The military said it has not yet determined which country the MIG-29 belongs to.

Oct 05 05:32

Palestinians report more than 100 wounded after violent clashes erupt in West Bank

Violent clashes broke out Sunday morning across the West Bank between Palestinian youths and Israeli security forces.

Palestinians report that since the terrorist attacks in Jerusalem's Old City, in which Nehemia Lavie and Aharon Benita were killed and two were wounded, in addition to a separate attack that left a 15-year-old teen wounded, more than 100 Palestinians were wounded by gunfire and teargas in clashes with the army. Palestinians also report attacks by settlers. Demonstrators are protesting the Israel Police ban on non-resident Palestinians from entering the Old City.

Oct 05 05:11

Role Reversal in the New Cold War

This past weekend marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the reunification of Germany, an event that formalized the end of the cold war. The so-called “German Democratic Republic,” one of the most repressive of the Soviet-imposed regimes established in the wake of World War II, was no more. It imploded without a shot being fired.

The largely bloodless revolution that swept across Eastern Europe, toppling Communist dictatorships from Berlin to Budapest, soon penetrated the epicenter of the “evil empire” itself – and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics evaporated like mist on a sunlit morning. It was the end of the cold war, and peoples all over the world breathed a joyful sigh of relief – and yet that joy was not shared by all.

Oct 05 05:03

Trump:Middle East Would Be More Stable With Saddam and Gadhafi

Donald,They know exactly who they are training,arming and supporting!

Says Ousting Assad In Syria 'Going to Be the Same Thing'
by Jason Ditz, October 04, 2015
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Speaking today on NBC’s Meet the Press, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump cautioned against further intervention in Syria, noting that the US largely has no idea who these rebels they’ve been funding and arming are, and predicting that Syria would go the way of Libya and Iraq, toward more chaos, if Assad was ousted.

Oct 05 05:03

(*Boston sportscasting icon) Bob Lobel: Medical marijuana saved me from addiction

The 71-year-old longtime television reporter and anchor has dealt with chronic pain for years
“My issue was strictly pain,” he said. “I didn’t want to take any more OxyContin or oxycodone or Percocet, for a variety of reasons. The biggest thing I was worried about was addiction. But they also made me tired and it was hard to function and I couldn’t go on TV all drugged up.”
“It’s more than a reasonable alternative (to opioids) once you get past the stigma like you’re under a railroad bridge smoking pot,” Lobel said. “It’s not perfect, and I still need to learn more about what works best for me. I just feel like it’s a positive once you get past the word ‘marijuana.’

“I am not saying it’s the be-all and end-all,” he added. “But, in terms of pain relief … it really helps.”

Oct 04 22:38

Pictorial Essay: 18 Things I Did That My Grand-Kids Can't Do Without Being Arrested

WE ARE RAISING A NATION OF WEENY-FIED CHILDREN!! Yes, we are! And, we will eventually pay the price. EVERY one of the actions below in today’s ‘Murika is frowned upon, downright illegal or, subjects you parents to a visit from the State Gestapo, aka Child Protective Services.

Oct 04 20:42

Oregon shooter: New details emerge about Chris Harper-Mercer

I smell a rat!

There are a number of indications that Harper-Mercer had mental health or behavioral issues. His screen name on some social media sites was "lithium love." Lithium is used as a psychiatric medication.

Harper-Mercer graduated from The Switzer Learning Center in 2009, according to a graduation listing in The Daily Breeze newspaper. Switzer Center is a private, nonprofit school in Torrance, California, geared for special education students with a range of issues from learning disabilities, health problems and autism or Asperger's Disorder, according to the school's website.

A neighbor told The New York Times that Harper-Mercer's mother had told a neighbor, "My son is dealing with some mental issues," and was intolerant of roaches that had infested the building.

Oct 04 20:28

ISIS terrorists blow up iconic 2,000yo Arch of Triumph in Palmyra

The iconic arch at the UNESCO heritage site in Syria’s Palmyra has been blown up by ISIS jihadists engaged in a “cultural cleansing” of the Middle East. The latest grievous loss of an ancient artifact was confirmed to Reuters by Syria's antiquities chief.
Islamic State

READ MORE: ISIS trafficking of Syrian artifacts needs urgent countermeasures – UNESCO chief

Sources in Palmyra confirmed that the iconic Arch of Triumph, a centerpiece of the ancient ruins in the oasis city, had been blown up, Maamoun Abdulkarim told Reuters.

Oct 04 19:33

POLL: Is the U.S. helping ISIS to topple Assad?

Is the U.S. helping ISIS to topple Assad?
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Oct 04 19:22

Pentagon defends armored vehicles supplied to Peshmerga after Fox News exposé

They forgot to include the side armor! Palm! Forehead! Decent interval!

WASHINGTON DC – The Pentagon declared that mine-resistant vehicles supplied to Kurdish Peshmerga forces provide “significant” protection, after a US television channel reported they lack side armor and that riding them was “suicide.”

Oct 04 15:32

Startling viral video shows lake drying up in drought-ridden California

"I've been collecting and assembling these since March of 2015 through August 2015 showing the effects of the drought in California is having on our reservoirs," Sacramento resident Ryan Griffith said in his Facebook post.

Oct 04 11:29

Man Arrested and Sentenced to 6 Months in Jail for Having Windmill on His Property

For more than a year, we have been following the story of a Minnesota man, Jay Nygard, who is routinely risking jail time because he refuses to remove a wind turbine from his property

Oct 04 11:14

Pediatrician Admits ADHD is ‘Made Up,’ Prescribes Meds Anyway

With the guise of improving academic achievement, doctors like Dr. Michael Anderson are prescribing drugs like Adderall to children with self-admitted, ‘made-up’ ADHD diagnoses.

Adderall is a dangerous stimulant, but Dr. Anderson, a pediatrician for many poor families in Cherokee County, north of Atlanta, prescribes Adderall whether his patients have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or not when he hears they are suffering in school. He admits the disorder is ‘made up’ and prescribes the drugs anyhow, but usually only to children in low income schools with the explanation that they need to be drugged to keep up with children who perform better academically.

In a New York Times article, Anderson says:

“I don’t have a whole lot of choice. We’ve decided as a society that it’s too expensive to modify the kid’s environment. So we have to modify the kid.”

Oct 04 11:02

Woman Paralyzed After Flu Shot Receives $11 Million for Treatment

Lehigh Valley’s “The Morning Call” in Allentown, Penn. profiles the case of Sarah Behie, whose symptoms began three weeks after she got a flu shot. Eventually, the 20-year old’s condition deteriorated until she was partially paralyzed and living in hospitals and nursing homes from a neurological condition called Guillain-Barre syndrome, a rare but recognized and devastating side effect from vaccinations. Behie now has no use of her legs and lacks upper body strength. She cannot feed or clothe herself. She’s 24.

Oct 04 09:14

Staged ISIS Execution Video leaked by hackers

Published on Jul 12, 2015

A group of Russian hackers called Cyber Berkut have released a video showing a staged ISIS beheading, hacked from an electronic device from one of the staff of U.S. Senator John McCain. The fake ISIS execution appears to take place inside a film studio and shows a ‘prisoner’ (played by an actor) going through the motions of being ‘executed’ in front of several video cameras.

Another actor is dressed as an ISIS executioner who puts a knife to the throat of the prisoner and goes through the motions of cutting him.

Oct 04 09:07

FLASHBACK: British SAS Special Forces “Dressed Up as ISIS Rebels” Fighting Assad in Syria

On August 2, Britain’s Sunday Express newspaper headlined “SAS dress as ISIS fighters in undercover war on jihadis,” saying:

“More than 120 members belonging to the elite regiment are currently in the war-torn country” covertly “dressed in black and flying ISIS flags,” engaged in what’s called Operation Shader – attacking Syrian targets on the pretext of combatting ISIS.

Maybe covert US special forces and CIA elements are involved the same way. During Obama’s war on Libya, Britain deployed hundreds of Special Forces Support Group (SFSG) paratroopers – drawn from SAS (Special Air Service) and SBS (Special Boat Service) personnel.

Around 800 Royal Marines and 4,000 US counterparts were on standby to intervene on short notice if ordered.

Oct 04 08:42

Is Hillary Clinton America's Most Ambitious Sociopath?

In many ways, Hillary Rodham Clinton is an ordinary American woman with an ordinary American family. She's a loyal wife (to a sex-maniac ex-president), a caring mother (to a daughter who married a hedge fund), and a connoisseur of expensive, shiny objects (given to her by medieval dictators). Simply put, Hillary Clinton is as American as apple pie-induced diabetes, and this is why responsible Democrats will vote for her in the upcoming “Banker's Choice Awards” in November, 2016.

Oct 04 08:24

Crow Tries to Fight Eagle, Gets Free Ride Instead

We have a lot of Bald Eagles where I live. I was out for a walk and saw a Bald Eagle sitting on top of a high tension power tower. Twenty feet below him was a Raven cleaning himself. The Eagle swiveled around and sprayed that Raven with copius quantities of Bald Eagle poop. The Moral of the story....,don't sqwauk at a Bald Eagle cause he will poop all over you!Other wise the Eagle may let you hitch a ride!
By Maya Wei-Haas, National Geographic

PUBLISHED July 02, 2015

In another instance of one animal riding on another, photos from California-based photographer Phoo Chan show a crow nestled on a flying eagle's back. But the crow was likely looking to do more than catch a lift.

Oct 04 07:34

Craig McKee explains logistics of mailing out AE911 Truth's booklet "Beyond Misinformation" to 20,000 specially selected recipients including NIST engineers

AE911Truth operations manager Andy Steele and volunteers Josh Ewing and Chris Kendall, who were responsible for building the distribution list for the mailing, had to be really creative as they went about finding contact information for the most influential people in government, media, academia, and professional associations and firms.

"These are the opinion makers and the news makers in their fields," Steele points out. "Now they can no longer claim ignorance of the evidence or turn a blind eye to the crime of the century, which is a cover-up of the fact that three buildings were brought down in controlled demolitions that day."

A particular challenge for Steele et al. was getting the booklet to the individuals who worked on the 9/11 official reports published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

Oct 04 07:26

Can DIYbio Save Canada's Salmon?

By Brian Berletic

Do-it-yourself biology and open source biotech has been gaining ground as the next breakout technology for local hackers and makers. Just like 3D printing, what at first seemed like a novelty is quickly transforming into a set of practical tools and techniques communities can use to enhance their understanding and control over their lives and their living surroundings.

A 2013 documentary titled Salmon Confidential followed biologist Alexandra Morton as she sought the cause of massive die-offs of British Columbia's wild salmon. Suspecting salmon farms located along the migratory routes of wild salmon may be spreading contagions among wild populations, she and an army of volunteer DIY-biologists examined fish, collected samples, and sent them off to labs for analysis...

Oct 03 20:31

Rats surrender in droves. Syria war to be over in months.

Roughly seven hundred armed militants and criminals surrendered themselves to the local authorities in the Syrian Daraa Governorate that is situated next to the border with Jordan in the last two days.

Oct 03 20:04

Sleeping With the Devil: How U.S. and Saudi Backing of Al Qaeda Led to 9/11

We Created Al Qaeda to Fight the Soviets in Afghanistan

Jimmy Carter’s National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski admitted on CNN that the U.S. organized and supported Bin Laden and the other originators of “Al Qaeda” in the 1970s to fight the Soviets.

Brzezinski told Al Qaeda’s forefathers – the Mujahadin:

We know of their deep belief in god – that they’re confident that their struggle will succeed. That land over – there is yours – and you’ll go back to it some day, because your fight will prevail, and you’ll have your homes, your mosques, back again, because your cause is right, and god is on your side.

Oct 03 19:58

How The US Helped To Create Al Qaeda and ISIS

by Garikai Chengu

Much like Al Qaeda, the Islamic State (ISIS) is made-in-the-USA, an instrument of terror designed to divide and conquer the oil-rich Middle East and to counter Iran’s growing influence in the region.

The fact that the United States has a long and torrid history of backing terrorist groups will surprise only those who watch the news and ignore history.

Lest we forget, the CIA gave birth to Osama Bin Laden and breastfed his organization during the 1980?s. Former British Foreign Secretary, Robin Cook, told the House of Commons that Al Qaeda was unquestionably a product of Western intelligence agencies. Mr. Cook explained that Al Qaeda, which literally means an abbreviation of “the database” in Arabic, was originally the computer database of the thousands of Islamist extremists, who were trained by the CIA and funded by the Saudis, in order to defeat the Russians in Afghanistan.

Oct 03 09:47

After decades of cover-up, NASA finally admits water flows on Mars

After decades of ignoring or denying the growing evidence of liquid water on Mars, NASA has finally admitted that water does indeed flow across the surface of the Red Planet.

Oct 03 09:20

The Folly of Big Science Awards

The Nobel, along with the Dickson, Lasker-DeBakey, Canada Gairdner and other major awards, honors the scientists who are usually in the least need of recognition and funding, which squeezes out opportunities for other scientists.

More important, by emphasizing the importance of scientific breakthroughs — serendipitous occurrences that rely on decades of research — these prizes play down, and diminish, the way that great medical advances build on one another.

Oct 03 09:04


Dramatic increases in exposure to toxic chemicals in the last four decades are threatening human reproduction and health, according to the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO), the first global reproductive health organization to take a stand on human exposure to toxic chemicals.

The opinion was written by obstetrician-gynecologists and scientists from the major global, US, UK and Canadian reproductive health professional societies, the World Health Organization and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).

FIGO, which represents obstetricians from 125 countries and territories, published the opinion in theInternational Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics on Oct. 1, 2015, just prior to its Oct. 4 to 9, 2015, world congress in Vancouver, BC, where more than 7,000 clinicians and scientists will explore global trends in women’s health issues.

Oct 03 08:48

‘Minority Report’ Is 40 Years Ahead of Schedule: The Fictional World Has Become Reality

snip: Police departments around the country have begun using the Mobile Offender Recognition and Information System, or MORIS, a physical iPhone add-on that allows police officers patrolling the streets to scan the irises and faces of suspected criminals and match them against government databases. In fact, in 2014, the FBI launched a nationwide database of iris scans for use by law enforcement agencies in their efforts to track criminals.

Oct 03 08:07

Russian Air Force decimating terrorist command centers, bunkers, camps, workshops – Defense Ministry

Quite a contrast! Russia bombs the US funded,armed and trained terrorists into oblivion while the US bombs hospitals! Russia does surgical strikes while the USAF kills surgeons,patients and medical staff!

Surgical airstrikes by Russian fighter jets have knocked out a number of Islamic State installations in Syria, including the battle headquarters of a jihadist group near Raqqa, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.

“Over the past 24 hours, Sukhoi Su-34 and Su-24M fighter jets have performed 20 sorties and hit nine Islamic State installations,” Igor Konashenkov, Russia’s Defense Ministry spokesman, reported.

Oct 03 07:55

9 MSF staff, 7 patients killed in suspected US airstrike in Kunduz, Afghanistan

Typical mass murder by the United States Military. Over and over again the US Military commits the most horrible warcrimes.
The Russians under Putin kill terrorists(funded by the US),The US Military bombs hospitals,schools,wedding parties ECT.,ECT.,ECT.!
As an American I am ashamed at what horrible country this has become!

A hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz has been hit and partially destroyed in an overnight “aerial attack” that killed at least nine Medecins Sans Frontieres staff. NATO has admitted a US airstrike may have caused accidental “collateral damage.”

Follow LIVE UPDATES on suspected US bombing of hospital in Kunduz

US forces conducted an airstrike in Kunduz at 2:15am on Saturday, said NATO coalition spokesman Colonel Brian Tribus.

“The strike may have resulted in collateral damage to a nearby medical facility,” he said. “This incident is under investigation.”

Oct 02 23:45

A Petticoat Military: Comedy in Uniform

We need a bizarre tag Mike! Check the pics out.This is the military that is picking a fight with Russia.We are in a heapa trouble!

The military, once again, puts women into jobs the cannot do–this time, the Army’s Rangers–to advance the careers of political generals–among others, Maj Gen. Scott Miller, who oversees Ranger School. Or what used to be Ranger School.

The Army cheated, says Keating: lowered standards to be politically correct and keep feminists happy. This, as the Army knows, and everyone who has been in combat knows, as well as most people who have been in the field military, is a terrible idea.

The Army forces soldiers to wear pregnancy-simulators to teach them empathy–or so say feminists, but clearly the dykes enjoy humiliating the poor suckers. What must the Taliban think?