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New Census Numbers Reveal Americans Are Steadily Migrating West And South – And Away From High Tax Blue States

The U.S. Census Bureau has just released their annual report on how the U.S. population is shifting, and there are some very clear patterns in the data.  If you look at this Census Bureau map, you will see lots of purple (areas where the population is growing) in the west and the south, and you will see lots of orange (areas where the population is declining) in the north and the east.  Of course this is a continuation of a pattern that we have been seeing for decades.  Given the ability to choose, many Americans would rather live in areas…

Alleged Sri Lanka Suicide Bomber: “Anyone Who Disagrees With Muslims Should be Killed”

One of the alleged suicide bombers responsible for the terror in Sri Lanka previously made a video in which he stated “anyone who disagrees with Muslims should be killed.” Imam Mohamad Tawhidi posted a video of Islamic extremist Zahran Hashim uttering the statement, which was made in front of a backdrop showing a knife and blood. We spend hours exposing extremists every day. This video & its background went unnoticed due to language barriers. If he was exposed & brought to the attention of the authorities, he could’ve been stopped.#SriLanka terrorist: “Anyone who disagrees with Muslims should be killed” pic.twitter.com/CVyybRPd3Y…

Hillary, Obama, Bernie Avoid Saying “Christian” Or “Churches” In Sri Lanka Statements

While President Trump and several other notable leaders offer their condolences and help to Sri Lanka, democrat politicians in America go out of their way to avoid saying the words “Christian” and “churches” in their statements. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama both refer to Christians as “Easter worshippers.” The attacks on tourists and Easter worshippers in Sri Lanka are an attack on humanity. On a day devoted to love, redemption, and renewal, we pray for the victims and stand with the people of Sri Lanka. — Barack Obama (@BarackObama) April 21, 2019 Hillary goes out of her way to refer…

Synagro and other biosolids corporations are BRIBING environmental organizations to declare sewage sludge as “safe,” warns activist

If you’ve been following our ongoing news reports covering the dirty truth about “biosludge,” you’ve likely asked yourself at least once: How in the world did the biosludge industry convince environmental groups to actually support the stuff? As usual, it all comes down to money. As revealed by biosludge expert Craig Monk during a recent interview he gave as part of the Biosludged film project – you can watch the official trailer for Biosludged at Brighteon.com – the biosludge industry has been actively bribing environmental organizations to basically look the other way and pretend as though biosludge is “safe.” Being…

County to pay $100k to black worker who complained ‘Blue Lives Matter’ demeans ‘Black Lives Matter’

Multnomah County has agreed to pay $100,000 to a black employee who claimed the county fostered a racially insensitive workplace after she complained about a co-worker who pinned up a “Blue Lives Matter” flag. Karimah Guion-Pledgure claimed in her January lawsuit that the flag “demeans” and “denigrates” the Black Lives Matter movement. But some co-workers didn’t agree, and Guion-Pledgure claims they harassed her for it — leading her to suffer debilitating stress and health problems, the suit said. A probation officer hung up the flag in September 2017 above the probation officer’s desk, and after Guion-Pledgure and other black co-workers…

The Cataclysmic $243 Trillion Global DEBT BOMB Will Explode Impoverishing EVERYONE

Once the global debt bomb explodes, there won’t be much left for anyone.  Governments will fall, individuals will be impoverished, and businesses will implode.  The elitists in power have tried to keep everyone in the dark, but maybe there’s an answer to this devastation. Global debt now stands at a terrifying $243 trillion according to a report by the Institute of International Finance this week. That’s quarter of a quadrillion. We’re in the realms of the absurd and the unsustainable. That’s money that will never be repaid. The debt-based system is irrevocably broken and is still propped up by the lies told…

Your cell phone is spreading Ebola, a deadly outbreak in Congo has become a global emergency because of a raging conflict over valuable minerals

Last week, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), declined to declare the ongoing outbreak of Ebola a global emergency. His decision came on the advice of an expert scientific panel; it was dubious nevertheless. Whatever the world chooses to call it, the disease is now on the edge of catastrophe that requires an urgent response. The most urgent of all is also among the least direct. It doesn’t involve Ebola at all but rather the inside of our cell phones. As of April 13, the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has sickened…

Millions using ‘123456’ as password: study

Millions of people are still using easy-to-guess passwords like “123456” and “qwerty” on sensitive accounts, a study has found. The analysis by the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) uncovered the gaps in cyber-knowledge that may leave people in danger of being exploited. The NCSC said people should string three random but memorable words together to use as a strong password. For its first cyber-survey, the NCSC analysed public databases of breached accounts to see which words, phrases and strings people used, the BBC reported. Top of the list was 123456, appearing in more than 23 million passwords. The second-most…

Austria draft law would require real names for internet comments

It’s not just China that wants to reduce anonymity online. Austria’s government has introduced a draft law that would require you to provide your real name and address to larger sites before commenting. You could still use a nickname in public, but authorities would have an easy way to find you if they believe you’re harassing users or otherwise violating the law. Companies that didn’t honor the law could face fines up to €500,000 (about $562,000) if they didn’t comply, and twice that with a repeat offense. It would only affect sites with more than 100,000 registered users, bring in…

Toxic Arsenic Found In Major Bottled Water Brands

Consumer Reports (CR) is now warning the public about a serious issue, where 11 brands of bottled water, out of 130 had detectable levels of highly toxic, arsenic, and six of those brands had levels above 3 parts per billion (ppb) — the maximum level allowed by CR. “Of those, six had levels of 3 ppb or higher,” according to CR officials. “These brands are Starkey owned by Whole Foods, Peñafiel owned by Keurig Dr. Pepper, Crystal Geyser Alpine Spring Water, Volvic owned by Danone, and two regional brands, Crystal Creamery, and EartH₂O.” Research from the World Health Organization (WHO)…

Health hazards from 5G cell towers going mainstream; new calls for protection against radiation pollution

Like it or not, 5G (fifth generation) cellular technology will be up and running in your area soon. Experts believe that by 2020 virtually every country on the planet will have switched to this technology. Service providers boast that 5G will revolutionize the ‘Net, increasing download speeds by 100 times when compared to 4G technology. And 5G will likely facilitate more stable connections and greater capacity. In simple terms, this means that several people in a household will comfortably be able to run high-demand applications simultaneously, and a full HD movie will take less than 10 seconds to download. As…

Leftists demand eliminating all Christian crosses from public view, claiming it “triggers” them… political correctness is now equivalent to Satanism

The Antichrist spirit is alive and well in Italy, where a local cemetery in the tiny town of Pieve di Cento, located just north of Bologna, wants to cover all graves bearing crosses and other Christian imagery with black cloths in order to avoid “offending” people of other religions, including the area’s small, but growing, population of Muslims. Reports indicate that all Roman Catholic symbols are potentially on the chopping block at the cemetery, the apparent goal being to test-run the eradication of traditional religion in the largely Catholic country. If brought to bear, the plan will also entail using…

NEVER turn in guns, magazines or banned accessories to the government: They are creating a database of those who own gun gear

When the federal ban on bump stocks went into place, existing owners were required to destroy their bump stocks or turn them over to authorities. The attachments let semi-automatic rifles mimic the firing rate of a fully automatic weapon, and the ban came about in response to the Las Vegas shooting of 2017. Although the federal government did not offer compensation for handing in the accessories, some states set up buyback programs. In Washington state, for example, people received $150 for every bump stock they turned over to state police. The program attracted a lot of people; violators could face…

Death of Free Speech: Criticizing Israel Will Land You in Prison

Soon, this blog will be illegal. No, I’m not selling drugs or peddling child pornography. I write about America’s wars and the primary objective of those illegal and immoral wars—to make Israel the hegemon of the Middle East along with Saudi Arabia. All US foreign policy in that region centers on those two nations. The following may soon be classified as hate speech and anti-semitism (as increasingly criticism of the Jewish state and its Zionist political ideology are considered crimes).  Jewish neocons found their way into the Reagan administration and later the Bush Junior White House and Pentagon. Huddled under…

A mystery agent is doxing Iran’s hackers and dumping their code

Nearly three years after the mysterious group called the Shadow Brokers began disemboweling the NSA’s hackers and leaking their hacking tools onto the open Web, Iran’s hackers are getting their own taste of that unnerving experience. For the last month, a mystery person or group has been targeting a top Iranian hacker team, dumping its secret data, tools, and even identities onto a public Telegram channel—and the leak shows no signs of stopping. Since March 25, a Telegram channel called Read My Lips or Lab Dookhtegan—which translates from Farsi as “sewn lips”—has been systematically spilling the secrets of a hacker…

How A Suicidal Michael Cohen Turned Against President Trump

Michael D. Cohen was at a breaking point. He told friends he was suicidal. He insisted to lawyers he would never go to jail. Most of all, he feared that President Trump, his longtime boss, had forsaken him. “Basically he needs a little loving and respect booster,” one of Mr. Cohen’s legal advisers at the time, Robert J. Costello, wrote in a text message to Rudolph W. Giuliani, the president’s lead lawyer. “He is not thinking clearly because he feels abandoned.” Sign Up For the Morning Briefing Newsletter That was last June. The “booster” from Mr. Trump never arrived. And…

Pete Buttigieg: Gun Control ‘Compatible with the Second Amendment’

Democrat presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg used a question and answer session during an Iowa speech to claim numerous gun controls he supports are “completely compatible with the Second Amendment.” C-Span published the question and answer session, wherein an audience member stood and read aloud a question centered on school shootings. The questioner identified himself as a millennial, “a hunter,” and “a responsible gun owner.” He asked what “policies and measures [Buttigieg] would take to ensure responsible gun laws.” Buttigieg replied:  Like you, I come from a place where gun rights are taken very seriously, and that’s okay. The reality is, that…

More Americans under the age of 40 are having heart attacks

Days after Luke Perry’s death at 52 from a stroke, a new study on heart-attack rates has another grim reminder that the young are far from invincible — and maybe even more vulnerable than they used to be. Heart-attack rates are rising for adults under age 40, researchers found after comparing data of heart attack survivors ages 41 to 50 with those survivors who were 40 and younger. In fact, the proportion of heart-attack patients under age 40 has been climbing 2% every year for the last 10 years, according to findings presented at the American College of Cardiology’s annual…

Military-backed Anti-Malaria Drug Causes Neurological and Psychiatric Side Effects Leading to Suicides and Homicides

Over the past two decades, many have suffered varying degrees of psychotic experiences, some unbearably horrific, from a brain-damaging neurotoxic drug that’s been commonly used for protecting against mosquito-borne malaria infections.  The side effects may linger long after one stops taking the drug, because the brain and central nervous system damage has been done. This neurotoxic drug’s physiological damage creates psychiatric traumas. But the extreme dangers of mefloquine chloride-formulated Lariam were swept under the rug for most of those years, leaving many victims in medical treatment limbo since mefloquine toxicity data was denied or suppressed throughout most of those two…

Baltimore Police caught in another attempted murder cover up…

Keith Davis Jr. was supposed to die. He had been on the phone with his girlfriend when four police officers cornered him into a dimly lit garage in West Baltimore. They had mistaken him for a robbery suspect, and they mistook his phone for a gun. After yelling at him to drop the gun, they fired 44 rounds at him. “Baby, I’ma die,” he told his girlfriend over the phone. Then she heard him ask the officers, “Why y’all tryin’ to kill me?” It was June 2015 and tensions in Baltimore had just started simmering after the death of Freddie Gray,…

Why Philly’s Reformist Prosecutor Finally Supports Letting Mumia Abu-Jamal’s Appeal Go Forward

Mumia Abu-Jamal’s long struggle for freedom and justice gained crucial ground this week. The former Black Panther, activist, and journalist will get a new hearing to appeal his conviction for the 1981 killing of a Philadelphia police officer. On Wednesday, Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner dropped his opposition to the appeal, opening a potential — though far from assured — avenue to freedom for Abu-Jamal, an outcome that had previously seemed impossible. In January, Krasner’s office decided to fight Abu-Jamal’s appeal. He told The Intercept at the time that the move was “a narrow, technical decision in one sense, but…

FDA urges patients to take contaminated blood pressure drugs that raise cancer risk

Near the end of 2018, we reported on several major drug recalls spearheaded by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Included in the recall were contaminated batches of blood pressure medications that tested positive for cancer causing substances. Now, in a purely head-scratching moment, the FDA appears to be backpedaling on their prior warnings. They recently released an “updated” list of the recalled antihypertensive drugs.  Are these drugs now clear of contamination? Actually, the answer is no!  It appears that the FDA – a so-called government ‘health’ agency – simply believes that taking contaminated drugs is safer than taking none at all. Drug…

China to construct a next-generation 100-km collider that will dwarf CERN’s Large Hadron Collider to study ‘God particle’, the Higgs boson

The Higgs boson, aka “God particle”, is the ultimate frontier in particle physics. The significance of the elementary particle and its properties is that it is able to be examined using existing knowledge and experimental technology as a means to confirm and study the entire Higgs field theory. In layman’s terms, different subatomic particles are responsible for giving matter different properties. One of the most mysterious and important properties is mass: some particles like protons and neutrons have mass, while others, like photons, do not. The Higgs boson is believed to be the particle which gives mass to matter, according…

What Inmates, the Amish, and Imperial Chinese Law Teach Us About Relying on the State

Legal Systems Very Different from Ours is the latest book by the libertarian economist David Friedman, with a single chapter each contributed by Peter Leeson (on the law of pirates) and David Skarbek (on the law of prison inmates). It describes 13 different legal or quasi-legal systems from a variety of places and times. No modern nation-state is found among these systems, and some readers may decline to count some of the systems as genuine legal systems at all. This would be particularly true of the “embedded” legal systems—those adopted by a sub-group within a larger society that has its…

Here Are 6 Infuriating Ways the Government Spends Your Money

Happy April 15, everyone! The federal government collects about $3.5 trillion in tax revenue each year, according to the White House Office of Budget and Management. Here, in no particular order, are six of the more infuriating ways that money has gone to waste. $300,000 on 391 coffee mugs In what world do coffee mugs go for more than $750 a pop? In a special world we call the Pentagon. To be fair, these weren’t exactly normal mugs. As Reason‘s Zuri Davis explained in October, the specialty metal mugs can be plugged into aircraft and have the ability to reheat beverages…

Nancy Pelosi Declares a ‘New Era’ of Internet Regulation

We’ve all been watching this develop for years now: The internet is being slow-choked, not by rapacious ISPs forcing users to pay for “fast lanes,” but by politicians on both sides of the Atlantic who want to have a bigger role in what we’re allowed to do and say online. To be sure, lawmakers are being greatly aided in their efforts by major tech players such as Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Apple’s Tim Cook, who are explicitly calling for regulation to maintain current market positions in a sector defined by creative destruction (all hail MySpace and Blackberry!). In an interview with…

Thief sucked used Burger King grease into 1,600 gallon truck container to resell for biofuel

Guess used Burger King grease is the new copper wires nowadays. The Associated Press social media editor who composed this little beauty below deserves some kind of a prize today. A whopper of a haul: Police say a Virginia man stole hundreds of gallons of used cooking grease from a Burger King. But he couldn’t give police the slip. https://t.co/lAK49gjwVQ #odd — AP Oddities (@AP_Oddities) April 19, 2019 So does the headline writer. From “Grease is the way we are stealing in northern Virginia” — Alvaro Mendez Flores of Richmond admitted to the April 4 theft. Court documents state Mendez…

NRA’s Dirty Laundry Exposed as Pro-Gun Group Cleans House

On April 12, the National Rifle Association filed suit in a Virginia court, accusing their long-time PR company, Ackerman McQueen, of failing to provide detailed billing, and failure to disclose contracts with NRA staff and officers that might demonstrate a conflict of interest, including an Ack-Mac contract with NRA President Ollie North. As the news of the shocking lawsuit made the rounds of mainstream media and was just sinking in – especially to most of the members of the NRA Board of Directors, who had no advance warning about the suit – a new exposé on the shady dealings of…

How to delete the contacts that Facebook may have scraped from you

With its invasive advertising, scant regard for privacy, and often poor approach to security, Facebook has done little over the years to win itself many friends. But to help boost your list of friends, it is possible that Facebook may have uploaded your email contacts without your knowledge. The aim of this was to help find people you might know on the social network, but as there was little warning about the uploading of such private and sensitive information, there was an understandable backlash. If you’re concerned about what Facebook has uploaded on your behalf, here’s how to delete the…

🚨 Suicide bombers kill more than 156 people and hurt 400 in ‘targeted attack on Christians’ on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka

At least 156 people are dead in an Easter Sunday terrorist attack targeting Christians in Sri Lanka after eight explosions ripped through high-end hotels and churches as suspected suicide bombers blew themselves up.  The initial six explosions injured as many as 500 people, including Japanese and British citizens, and 35 foreigners – from the UK, US, Netherlands and Portugal – are among the dead, sources say. Reports now indicate a seventh explosion in the southern Colombo suburb of Dehiwala – which killed two people – and an eighth in the northern suburb of Orugodawatta, which killed three police officers during a…

Relocating retirees: Where Americans are moving to retire

About 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 65 every day Opens a New Window. , according to data from the Government Accountability Office, and some who are retiring Opens a New Window. are packing their bags and relocating. According to United Van Lines’ National Movers Study, which analyzed its nearly 27,000 customers’ state-to-state migration patterns over the past year, many retirees sought destinations in the West – meaning Florida surprisingly was not the top location. The study found that relocating retirees tended to look for affordable states with temperate climates where they can participate in outdoor activities. These are the top retiree…

Researcher Claims to Have Traced Biblical Moses in Ancient Egypt

Scientists and enthusiasts all over the world keep looking for parallels between the Biblical texts and historical accounts of ancient times, trying to find matches with the Old Testament’s patriarchs and the New Testament’s figures. Matt Sibson from the UK might have discovered the historical foundation of the Exodus story. English researcher and historical blogger Matt Sibson suggested that the man who was recorded in the Old Testament as Moses was the closest courtier of the daughter of Egyptian Pharaoh Thutmose I, Hatshepsut. According to the history enthusiast, who shared his claims on his YouTube channel, the man behind Moses’ character was apparently named Senenmut. “He…

Eating processed food can increase cancer risk by ‘crazy’ levels

Most people steer clear of junk foods because they don’t want to put on more pounds. But the real health risk they should be worried about is how eating lots of candy, junk foods, and other highly-processed foods can increase the chances of contracting cancer. Integrative medicine practitioners say that most cancer diagnoses are caused by the environment and the lifestyle of the patient. By adopting a healthier lifestyle, a person can avoid cancer. And one of the most important and effective lifestyle changes is avoiding processed food. This is corroborated by data gathered from the NutriNet-Sante cohort over the course of eight years.…

One of America’s biggest trucking companies, JB Hunt is getting squeezed by Trump’s trade war

The effect of President Donald Trump’s trade war are beginning to show up in corporate results. The trucking company JB Hunt mentioned the tariffs as a factor when discussing its weak first-quarter results on its earnings call Monday. Shares were down more than 4% following the results. While an array of concerns were cited, the trucking company highlighted particular weakness in the major West Coast market. On the call, management said the supply of Chinese goods has slowed due to the threat of tariffs. The additional tariffs, which were supposed to go into effect March 1, would have raised prices…

Massive resurgence of cholera to hit Yemen

Oxfam has warned that war-torn Yemen risks a “massive resurgence” of cholera, with around 195,000 suspected cases of the disease recorded so far this year. “Fears that the world’s worst cholera outbreak could be set for a massive resurgence are growing,” the relief organisation said Thursday. It said aid agencies were struggling to reach suspected cases. In a statement, Oxfam pointed to “fighting and restraints on access, including checkpoints and permit requirements imposed by the warring parties”, and warned the coming rainy season was likely to accelerate the spread of the disease. The water-borne bacterial infection has claimed more than…

The Destruction Of The Roman Catholic Notre Dame Cathedral In France Is An Excellent Illustration Of Revelation 18

The Roman Catholic Bishop of Paris, Maurice de Sully, ordered the construction of Notre Dame in 1160. He deemed the church that already stood in the location unworthy of the prestige of his position. I was travelling for business on the day that Roman Catholic Notre Dame building in Paris was burning, and my week got pretty busy and I never got around to doing a story on it. But that turned out to be a good thing because it gave me time to reflect a little on much of the symbolism attached to Notre Dame. Contrary to all the…

CIA Chief Says Russia And Iran Are New Focus, Praises Trump’s North Korea Efforts

On the same day the Mueller report went public, CIA Director Gina Haspel made a rare public appearance at Auburn University outlining the Central Intelligence Agency’s new priority to better understand “nation-state adversaries such as Russia and Iran,” according to a new WSJ report.  Though she made no mention of the special council’s now public report, she said the agency had made both Russia and Iran a central focus over the past year, shifting resources to these areas to better prepare for the threat.  “Our Russia and Iran investment has been strengthened after years of falling behind our justifiably heavy emphasis on counter-terrorism” in…

Over 70,000 Killed in Yemen War Since 2016

Official figures on the deaths in the Yemen War have been virtually unavailable, or at least years out of date. The database tracker from the Armed Conflict and Location Event Data Project, however, issued their own data on Yemen Thursday, showing more than 70,000 have been killed in Yemen just since January 2016. This is a huge amount of deaths, and if there is some decrease in fighting in Hodeidah because of UN talks, it’s not like the war is slowing much. At least 10,000 people were killed just in the past five months. The decline in Hodeidah was made…

Dairy industry to DISAPPEAR in 10 years?

Times are changing fast. So are healthy eating and drinking trends. As Maple Leaf Foods is set to open the largest plant-based meat factory (costing $300 million) in North America, vegan food production rates are skyrocketing to meet the non-meat, non-dairy consumption demands. Even Haagen-Dazs is now marketing a rice-milk chocolate and fudge-swirled, non-dairy ice cream alternative. In the next five years, the vegan ice cream global market is expected to surpass the $1 billion mark. The business strategy is quite simple: Millions of Americans are waking up to the costly health effects of regularly consuming dairy, so the plant-based…

Google’s Sensorvault Can Tell Police Where You’ve Been

Do you know where you were five years ago? Did you have an Android phone at the time? It turns out Google might know—and it might be telling law enforcement. In a new article, the New York Times details a little-known technique increasingly used by law enforcement to figure out everyone who might have been within certain geographic areas during specific time periods in the past. The technique relies on detailed location data collected by Google from most Android devices as well as iPhones and iPads that have Google Maps and other apps installed. This data resides in a Google-maintained…

Foxconn insists still committed to 13,000 Wisconsin jobs; created just 178 last year

Foxconn has insisted that it remains committed to creating 13,000 Wisconsin jobs, even though the state’s new governor said yesterday that the deal ‘is no longer in play’ and needs to be renegotiated … Foxconn was offered a combination of tax-breaks, infrastructure improvements and other incentives worth up to $4B on the basis of direct and indirect Wisconsin jobs expected to be created by a major new display factory. Since then, there has been various talk of scaling back plans, not building a factory after all and building something vague. Gov. Tony Evers stated that ‘the present contract deals with…

Apple accused of fraud for hiding drop in iPhone sales leading to losses for investors

A lawsuit filed in the US has alleged that Apple violated the country’s Securities Exchange Act by hiding a slowdown in the demand for iPhones, especially in China, the media reported. The City of Roseville employees’ retirement fund filed the suit on Tuesday in Northern California US District Court, The Mercury News published from San Jose reported. The lawsuit claimed that Apple knew in November its iPhone sales were hit, but refrained from revealing it to investors then, leading to economic loss for investors. The lawsuit seeks class-action status, to bring in everyone who bought Apple common stock between November…

Police are now taking roadside blood samples to catch impaired drivers

It was about 6:30 on a Friday night in January when Phoenix Police Det. Kemp Layden pulled over a white Jeep Cherokee that was speeding and weaving in and out of its lane. The 47-year-old driver spoke slowly, his eyes were red and watery, and his pupils were dilated. The inside of the Jeep reeked of marijuana, and the driver failed a field sobriety test, which includes walking heel-to-toe and standing on one leg. He told the officer he had smoked marijuana a few hours earlier and taken a prescription sedative the night before, police say. The man passed a…

‘Church’ to offer ‘miracle cure’ despite FDA warnings against drinking bleach

A group calling itself Genesis II Church of Health and Healing plans to convene at a hotel resort in Washington state on Saturday to promote a “miracle cure” that claims to cure 95% of all diseases in the world by making adults and children, including infants, drink industrial bleach. The group is inviting members of the public through Facebook to attend what they call their “effective alternative healing” at the Icicle Village Resort in Leavenworth on Saturday morning. The organizer of the event, Tom Merry, has publicized the event on his personal Facebook page by telling people that learning how…

Bill Binney States that the NSA Has 32 Pages of Communications Between Seth Rich and Julian Assange, As Revealed by a FOIA Request

About six months ago, a blogpost by “Publius Tacitus” appeared regarding attorney Ty Clevenger’s FOIA request regarding Seth Rich: “But now there is new information that may corroborate what the human sources quoted in the Fox article claimed about Seth’s role in getting the DNC documents to Wikileaks. Borne from a FOIA request filed in November 2017 by attorney Ty Clevenger, who requested any information regarding Seth Rich and Julian Assange. The NSA informed Clevenger in a letter dated 4 October 2018 that: Your request has been processed under the provisions of the FOIA. Fifteen documents (32 pages) responsive to…

Let’s start demanding hardware “off” switches for webcams and smart phone cameras/mics

Where’s my webcam’s off switch? Have you ever noticed that your webcam doesn’t have an “off” switch? I looked on Amazon, and I couldn’t find any webcams for sale that had a simple on/off switch. When I thought I found one, but it turned out just to have a light that turns on when the camera is in use, and off when not—not a physical switch you can press or slide. The “clever” solution is supposed to be webcam covers (something Mark Zuckerberg had a hand in popularizing); you can even get a webcam (or a laptop) with such a…

Israel Has Back Door on All Microsoft Devices

Microsoft Windows 10 is now fully coded in Israel. The Windows Security Center. Updates. R&D. It’s all done in Israel. The NSA has to mess about to get their malware implanted in 90% of the world’s computers. Not Israel, they just include it with a forced update. It’s official, Windows is now officially fully malware in its own right. But it gets worse. The Intel hardware backdoor is not limited to the “Management Engine.” There are dozens of “God Mode” registry entries that give access to the DEC – Deeply Embedded Core. The Goldman Sachs funded “Arc Processor”. This means…

CDC admits measles outbreak is caused by people from other countries who enter the United States and spread the disease

In the first four months of 2019, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have confirmed 555 cases of measles across 20 states. In comparison, there were 382 cases in all of 2018 and just 120 back in 2017. Five years ago, there were 667 confirmed cases, spurring media frenzy. In their latest report, the CDC admits that measles cases are actually coming from international travelers. “These outbreaks are linked to travelers who brought measles back from other countries such as Israel, Ukraine, and the Philippines, where large measles outbreaks are occurring,” says the CDC. In early April, New York City…

Your brain keeps functioning for a while AFTER you die, raising new questions about organ donation and medical “harvesting” while patients are still aware

A frightening new study suggests that your consciousness keeps functioning for a while after your heart has stopped beating, and it’s raising some serious questions about the concept of organ donation. According to Dr. Sam Parnia, who has been researching consciousness following death, people in the first phase of death might still experience a form of consciousness. He has studied cardiac arrest cases in the U.S. and Europe, and he said that people who have survived a cardiac arrest were able to later describe accurately what went on around them after their heart had stopped beating. For example, he reports…

Seagram’s Heiress Clare Bronfman Pleads Guilty in NXIVM Sex-Cult Case

Seagram’s heiress Clare Bronfman pleaded guilty on Friday afternoon for her role in NXIVM, a purported cult in which women were allegedly branded and groomed for sex with the group’s leader. Bronfman, 40, who was once NXIVM’s operations director and one of its largest donors, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to conceal and harbor illegal aliens for financial gain and fraudulent use of identification. ADVERTISING The group’s bookkeeper Kathy Russell, 62, also pleaded guilty Friday to one count of racketeering conspiracy before U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis in Brooklyn federal court. Russell later pleaded guilty to one count of visa fraud,…

California Rep: You’ll Sell Me Your Gun, or You’ll Go to Jail

Representative Eric Swalwell, a hard-leftist from California, has about as much chance of winning the Democratic nomination for president as Bill Weld has of winning the GOP nomination. Be that it as it may, Swalwell’s proposal to jail Americans who refuse to surrender legally purchased and owned firearms to a federal gun Gestapo not only demonstrates how the Left has moved the Overton Window in the gun-control debate, but also how Democrats have given in to the totalitarian impulse. Outright gun confiscation is something only the craziest Democrat would have suggested 30 years ago, and the suggestion certainly would not…

Julian Assange Is a Better Journalist Than Many of His Media Critics

The political class and certain media circles have been celebrating over of the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. To watch their respective reactions is to recognize that, too often, the two groups see themselves as one and the same. Their interests and opinions coincide, and they don’t like having their authority challenged by loose-cannon journalists who reveal inconvenient secrets and expose the powers-that-be to unwelcome scrutiny. On April 11, British police dragged Assange from the Ecuadorian embassy that had shielded him for years from Swedish sexual assault charges (later dropped) and, mostly, from the wrath of the U.S. government…

Yikes: 1 in 4 millennials raiding 401(k)s early to pay down debt

When her husband asked for her signature to withdraw the $11,000 in his 401(k) to pay off credit card debt and a medical bill, Marissa Sanders, 30, tried to talk him out of it. Sanders, who runs a financial advice blog, tried to explain the importance of compounding interest over future decades, but her husband decided against the advice. “I didn’t know what to do, really, he was intent on taking it out,” Sanders said. For a generation often defined by unprecedented levels of debt, the idea of financial independence has become so important that one in four young adults…

“Text me $$$”: Debt collectors may soon be able to text and email consumers

Debt collecting is an age-old business but it may soon receive a 21st-century revamp when the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, an agency created in the wake of the financial crisis to protect consumers, proposes new rules for the industry. Among the changes may be whether debt collectors can text and email borrowers as they pursue overdue funds.  The idea of debt collectors adding new methods of communication to their arsenal may stir annoyance, if not fear, among some consumers. After all, the debt-collection industry isn’t exactly beloved among consumers, with the CFPB recording 84,500 complaints about debt collection in 2017,…

Fact You May Not Know: America Has Nuked Itself 1,032 Times

A handful of nuclear tests were conducted in Alaska, or more specifically the Aleutian island of Amchitka. The first test, in October 1965, was designed to test nuclear detection techniques and had a yield of eighty kilotons. A second test occurred four years later, and had a yield of one megaton, or one thousand kilotons. The third and largest test, Cannikin, was a test of the Spartan antiballistic-missile warhead and had a yield of less than five megatons. Nuclear weapons have a mysterious quality. Their power is measured in plainly visible blast pressure and thermal energy common to many weapons, but…

How to Turn America into a Shit-hole Country in 4 Easy Steps

Opening up the floodgates of immigration to people from shit-hole countries would not actually be a problem if America was a free country. If people were free to keep what they earn instead of having it redistributed, free to defend themselves and their loved ones wherever they went, free to become entrepreneurs without impossible protectionist regulations, America would absorb and assimilate any number of immigrants and refugees. That’s what happened when Ireland, Italy, and Scotland were shit-hole countries where my ancestors emigrated from. The Irish were poor as dirt, fleeing a famine. The Italians brought the murderous Mafia. And according…

Scientists Issue Warning Against Energy Drinks: They Can Cause Stroke, Heart Attack, Blood Clots and More

It’s a staple for many college students. Pulling an all-nighter to get that paper in – surrounded by cans and junk food wrappers. We’ve all seen it on the television even if we haven’t indulged ourselves. These carbonated beverages often keep college kids able to function between classes, socializing, and at work. But, at what cost? Energy Drinks Energy drinks are non-alcoholic beverages marketed to improve energy, stamina, athletic performance, and concentration. Categorized as “functional beverages” alongside sports drinks and nutraceuticals, the stimulant beverage industry has grown dramatically in the past 20 years. In 2015 alone, the United States saw over…

Sandy Hook: Why are there 4 versions of Noah Pozner’s death certificate?

This is a reblog of the April 17, 2019 post on Huntingfororcs blog (https://wordpress.com/posts/huntingfororcs.wordpress.com), which I expect WordPress will soon take down. The post is republished on James Fetzer‘s and other blogs, including DC Clothesline, to which Lenny Pozner’s HONR Network has issued a takedown demand — although everything in the post is factual and in the public record.  Note to Fellowship of the Minds‘ host: The images of documents published in this post are all in the public record: Court documents: Lenny Pozner’s Civil Complaint & Demand For Jury Trial; defendant James Fetzer’s Request For Admissions. The blog, SandyHookFacts.com. Death certificates certified and issued by the State of Connecticut’s…

Why Do Most People in This Country Work, while Others Never Will?

It was with much trepidation that I planned a recent trip to Chicago.  I was informed by many friends that Chicago is a great city and a great place to visit.  However, Chicago is in the news for all the wrong reasons, with daily reports of shootings and violence reaching historically high levels. The Chicago you experience as a tourist is very different from the city being reported on on a daily basis in the news.  Downtown Chicago was crowded with tourists and provided a visitor every impression of being a prosperous, vibrant, and highly livable city. Visiting the areas around the Loop,…

Outbreak of Colorblindness Strikes Chicago Reporters

Chicago picked a strange time to go all colorblind on us. The occasion was the occasional riot in one of America’s premier high-end shopping districts: the Magnificent Mile. Wednesday night, 500 people rampaged through downtown looting, destroying property, attacking white people, defying police, stopping traffic, threatening tourists, and created lots of mayhem and chaos. All on video. Some of which you can find here. If local media is to be believed, race had nothing to do with the fact that every single one of the rioters was black.  Strange behavior from a local media that is obsessed with race, especially…

CNN Says Mueller Found ‘A Ton of Collusion…’ But Only ‘Sophisticated’ People See It

CNN says Robert Mueller Found “a ton of collusion” but only ‘sophisticated’ people can see it. “Sophisticated judgment is the operative phrase because I don’t know how, in good conscience, if you have a dose of shame in you — and you want to support the President, that is fine, stick to criminality. Stay away from the word collusion, because there is a ton of collusion. There is a ton of clever secretive behavior and Mueller lays it all out. The idea that there is nothing in here or that it was a witch hunt or this is a hoax,…

Multiple Investigations Reveal Secrets About Where US Tax Dollars Are Really Going

It’s amazing how much money is scraped off of each paycheque, and how much money multiple small and big businesses pay. We are told that it’s necessary, that this is the money going towards various programs that are responsible for building our schools, employing people for necessary services and infrastructure, among many other things. It’s truly amazing how much money governments rake in from taxes. It’s an astronomical amount that makes it hard to see how all of the money is allocated to services that are in the people’s favour, instead of the possibility of it going into the pockets…

Tremendous troubles within the NRA, could Lose Tax-Exempt Status

In the last couple of days since the lawsuit against Ackerman McQueen I’ve spoken to a former lobbyist for the NRA and two serving NRA Board Members. The conversations were off the record and not for attribution. Then I read this article in The New Yorker thanks to a link to it posted on Facebook by Prof. David Yamane. The article is entitled “Secrecy, Self-Dealing, and Greed at the N.R.A.” Mike Spies article has a subhead saying “The organization’s leadership is focussed on external threats, but the real crisis may be internal.” I hate to say this given all the…

Parents facing fines of up to $3000 for not vaccinating their children

Authorities in the United States have issued the first ever fines for parents refusing to vaccinate their children amid a measles outbreak. There have been 329 cases of the disease in New York since the outbreak began last October, though it is unclear how many cases are current, reports ABC News. The city’s health department announced that the three non-vaccinated people failed to comply with the Commissioner’s Emergency Order mandating measles vaccination. The department reports that 44 additional cases were added since last week’s emergency order. They’re now facing fines of $1,000 ($1400 AUD). To stop the spread of the…

Rand Paul Proposes Immunity for Assange in Exchange for Testimony

Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) proposes the potential offering of immunity from prosecution for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in exchange for the latter’s testimony at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing. In a story reported first by Gateway Pundit, the constitutionally-minded senator suggested the compromise as a way of getting valuable information Assange might have without causing him greater harm. “I think that he should be given immunity from prosecution in exchange for coming to the United States and testifying,” Senator Paul told the Gateway Pundit. “I think he’s been someone who has released a lot of information, and you can debate…

Millions Hear Mysterious Global Hum That Has Scientists Stumped

A mysterious global hum is baffling scientists and millions of people around the world. In fact, 4% of the world’s population, or roughly 308 million people, can hear the mysterious global hum, The Guardian claims. Specifically, 308 million is 4% of the current global population of 7.691 billion. However, nobody including scientists knows what causes the hum. To clarify, the mysterious global hum is a sound similar to “an endless riff of heavy metal music” or whirring that people hear. Moreover, some people claim to have heard the worldwide hum since the 1960s or 1970s. City Hears Mysterious Global Hum For Six…

Federal investigation of Facebook could hold Mark Zuckerberg accountable on privacy, sources say

Federal regulators investigating Facebook for mishandling its users’ personal information have set their sights on the company’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, exploring his past statements on privacy and weighing whether to seek new, heightened oversight of his leadership. The discussions about how to hold Zuckerberg accountable for Facebook’s data lapses have come in the context of wide-ranging talks between the Federal Trade Commission and Facebook that could settle the government’s more than year-old probe, according to two people familiar with the discussions. Both requested anonymity because the FTC’s inquiry is confidential under law. Such a move could create new legal,…

Top 11 causes of cancer you may have NEVER guessed

You could wake up every day and be stepping into a total health nightmare while thinking you’re “playing your cards” just fine. We’ve all learned over the past few years that the mainstream media is one huge breadbasket of lies fueled by corporate-driven greed that delivers poison for our minds and our bodies at every turn of the channel, newspaper page or web page. Not only are most Americans “eating” cancer daily, they’re consuming the top 11 causes of cancer ­– all while they either count calories, “carbs” or how many pounds they weigh – none of which will matter…

Proctor & Gamble, whose products are full of toxic chemicals linked to cancer, demands Facebook enforce “brand safety” for advertisers

Procter & Gamble is one of Facebook’s most important advertisers, so when they demanded that the social media platform enforce “brand safety” for its advertisers, it drew a lot of attention to the issue. However, there’s one aspect of the story that seems to be getting lost in the mainstream media’s coverage of the move: P&G’s total hypocrisy in voicing concerns about safety while peddling toxic chemicals to the masses. P&G is the name behind familiar and highly profitable products from brands like Tide, Pampers, Pringles and Crest. Their chief brand officer, Marc Pritchard, recently called out the digital media…

Robert Mueller Did Not Merely Reject the Trump-Russia Conspiracy Theories. He Obliterated Them.

The two-pronged conspiracy theory that has dominated U.S. political discourse for almost three years – that (1) Trump, his family and his campaign conspired or coordinated with Russia to interfere in the 2016 election, and (2) Trump is beholden to Russian President Vladimir Putin — was not merely rejected today by the final report of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. It was obliterated: in an undeniable and definitive manner. The key fact is this: Mueller – contrary to weeks of false media claims – did not merely issue a narrow, cramped, legalistic finding that there was insufficient evidence to indict Trump associates for conspiring with…