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Pedo Protecting Pope Urges Carbon Tax to Avert Climate ‘Catastrophe’

Pope Francis warned of disastrous consequences if humanity does not immediately react to the threat of climate change, since the world has reached a “critical moment” and there is no time to waste. “Dear friends, time is running out!” the pope told a group of participants in a Vatican-sponsored conference on energy transition Friday. “We cannot afford the luxury of waiting for others to come forward or of prioritizing short-term economic benefits. The climate crisis requires decisive action from us, here and now.” Despite the pontiff’s frequent denunciation of a “politics of fear,” he seemed determined to paint as frightening…

The 630 Year-Old Reason Eastern Europeans Dislike Islam

Why Eastern Europeans are much more reluctant to accept Muslim migrants than their Western counterparts can be traced back to circumstances surrounding a pivotal battle, that of Kosovo, which took place today, June 15, exactly 630 years ago today in 1389.  It pitted Muslim invaders against Eastern European defenders, or the ancestors of those many Eastern Europeans today who are resistant to Islam. Because the jihad is as old as Islam, it has been championed by diverse peoples throughout the centuries — Arabs in the Middle East, Moors (Berbers and Africans) in Spain and Western Europe, etc.  Islam’s successful entry into Eastern…

The Unholy Alliance Between DNA Sites and Facial Recognition

Technology that was once only seen in dystopian science fiction is rapidly infecting real life. Two means of collecting personal data – DNA databases and facial recognition software – are forming an unholy alliance, and the privacy implications could be devastating. Privacy concerns surrounding DNA and facial recognition aren’t anything new. As the popularity of DNA genealogy websites like Ancestry DNA and 23andMe increase, so do questions over who has access to that data and how it will be used. The use of facial recognition and other biometric data technology is on the rise, and people are expressing concerns (and…

DHS Database To Track ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ And Independent Journalists

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will track influential independent journalists, bloggers and ‘conspiracy theorists’ through a centralized, searchable database. According to a publicly posted job listing, the DHS “Media Monitoring” initiative is seeking a contractor who can provide DHS with the ability to track over 290,000 journalists who influence online, print, broadcast, cable, radio, trade and industry publications, and social media platforms. Zerohedge.com reports: “Services shall provide media comparison tools, design and rebranding tools, communication tools, and the ability to identify top media influencers,” according to the job call, in order to help DHS agencies fulfill “a critical need to…

Porn trolling mastermind Paul Hansmeier gets 14 years in prison

A federal judge in Minneapolis has sentenced Paul Hansmeier to 14 years in prison for an elaborate fraud scheme that involved uploading pornographic videos to file-sharing networks and then threatening to sue people who downloaded them. “It is almost incalculable how much your abuse of trust has harmed the administration of justice,” said Judge Joan Ericksen at a Friday sentencing hearing. We’ve been covering the antics of Hansmeier and his business partner John Steele for many years. Way back in 2012, we started reporting on a law firm called Prenda Law that was filing lawsuits against people for sharing pornographic films…

In Court, Facebook Blames Users for Destroying Their Own Right to Privacy

In April 2018, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat before members of both houses of Congress and told them his company respected the privacy of the roughly two billion people who use it. “Privacy” remained largely undefined throughout Zuckerberg’s televised flagellations, but he mentioned the concept more than two dozen times, including when he told the Senate’s Judiciary and Commerce committees, “We have a broader responsibility to protect people’s privacy even beyond” a consent decree from federal privacy regulators, and when he told the House Energy and Commerce Committee, “We believe that everyone around the world deserves good privacy controls.” A…

Scientists Create “Deepfake” Software Allowing Anyone To Edit Anything Anyone Says On Video

Scientists at Stanford are doing their part to create what will be an inevitable dystopian nightmare. The staff at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Princeton University and Adobe Research have developed software that allows you to now edit and change what people are saying in videos, allowing anyone to edit anybody into saying anything, according to Observer.  The software uses machine learning and 3-D models of the target’s face to generate new footage which allows the user to change, edit and remove words that are coming out of a person’s mouth on video, simply by typing in new text.…

Stop Using Mail Chimp: Digital marketer bans anti-vaccination content (they banned G.S. two years ago)

Mailchimp will no longer provide services to newsletters that promote what they call anti-vaccination content. The digital marketer has already removed several anti-vaccine clients from its platform. The push to block anti-vaccine information is a trend set by other tech companies and is driven by unprecedented influence from lawmakers and public health advocates on digital platforms to decrease the spread of what they perceive as health misinformation about vaccines. In a statement provided to NBC News, a Mailchimp spokesperson said: “Mailchimp has shut down a number of accounts for anti-vaccination content that violates our Terms of Use, and we’re adding…

Woman Finds Mysterious Typewriter Made From Human Teeth

Are you looking for the perfect gift for the person who has everything … including a taste for the macabre? Then you can’t go wrong with a typewriter made from human teeth. Wait … WHAT? There’s a (formerly) locked room in our Airbnb that contains two guns, an erotic painting, and a typewriter whose keys are entirely made of teeth. — Ashley Fryer (@ashleyfryer) June 11, 2019 We’re going to die here aren’t we. — Ashley Fryer (@ashleyfryer) June 11, 2019 Well, Ashley Fryer didn’t die … she lived to tweet a picture (here it is) of the typewriter she…

Snow is continuing into June. Global warming leftists will not be happy

Trump Derangement Syndrome is reaching new levels of insanity. The Left is increasingly frustrated over all things Trump, with the next three months set to be the Democrats’ summer of discontent. From Trump’s rising poll numbers to the blatant idiocy of the “best and brightest” Democrat candidates dreaming of beating Trump in 2020. From Attorney General William Barr investigating the origins of the anti-Trump coup to the new tariffs on Mexico, essentially fulfilling Trump’s campaign promise of making Mexico pay for the wall. Climate change will be another source of discontent for Democrats as their predictions once again get buried under…

The top 5 prepper-friendly states: Factors to consider before going off grid

More and more people are adopting the preparedness lifestyle, but not every place is suitable for this kind of living. Before you hit the road and go off-grid, learn which states are the most prepper-friendly. (h/t to ModernSurvivalBlog.com) Considerations for choosing a state for the prepper lifestyle When you live a preparedness lifestyle, you are practicing a sustainable, self-sufficient, and self-reliant way of living. From growing your own food and keeping natural remedies on hand to fortifying your home against attackers, a preparedness lifestyle integrates a certain aspiration towards freedom and independence. So how do you decide which states are best for living a…

Earth is approaching the same “meteor swarm” that may have caused an entire forest to explode in 1908

A swarm of meteors heading toward Earth could have the potential to cause a catastrophic impact, a new study from Western Ontario University says. The so-called Taurid swarm is a recurring event that some scientists believe could have played a role in the biggest Earth impact of modern times, in 1908, when a space rock slammed into Siberia with enough force to destroy an entire forest. What has become known as the Tunguska explosion of 1908 was so powerful that the blast leveled 80 million trees over an 800-square-mile area. It’s considered to be a one-in-1,000-year event, according to Western…

Facebook’s Process to Label You a ‘Hate Agent’ Revealed

Facebook monitors the offline behavior of its users to determine if they should be categorized as a “Hate Agent,” according to a document provided exclusively to Breitbart News by a source within the social media giant. The document, titled “Hate Agent Policy Review” outlines a series of “signals” that Facebook uses to determine if someone ought to be categorized as a “hate agent” and banned from the platform. Facebook may also categorize you as a hate agent if you self-identify with or advocate for a “Designated Hateful Ideology,” if you associate with a “Designated Hate Entity” (one of the examples…

12 white male officers sue San Francisco police for race, sex bias

Twelve white male San Francisco police officers are suing the city, arguing they were passed over for promotions because of their race and gender. The San Francisco Chronicle reports Wednesday that the lawsuit, which was filed Tuesday in federal court, is the latest round in a conflict that dates back decades. A 13th plaintiff who is now retired says she also was denied promotion, because she is a white lesbian. The lawsuit challenges a test-scoring method that the city adopted in 1979 in response to a lawsuit from a group representing black and female officers, who alleged discrimination in hiring…

Elizabeth Warren to introduce bill to ‘cancel’ student debt for millions (keep dreaming, political propaganda)

Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren – a 2020 presidential candidate – intends to bring her plan to “cancel” student debt Opens a New Window. for millions of Americans to Congress Opens a New Window. . Warren’s office said on Thursday she will introduce a bill, similar to what she proposed as part of her presidential platform, in Congress. Rep. James Clayburn, D-S.C., will introduce companion legislation in the House. The text of the bill has not yet been released, but she said it would eliminate up to $50,000 in student loan debt for 42 million Americans – canceling debt entirely for…

US sends destroyer to Gulf of Oman tanker incident site as Pentagon says ‘no interest’ in new war

The US has dispatched another warship to the Gulf of Oman, but says it has “no interest” in engaging in a new Middle East conflict. The State Department accused Iran of attacking two tankers there, which Tehran denies. Guided missile destroyer USS Mason will join the destroyer USS Bainbridge on station near the Kokuka Courageous, a damaged tanker just outside the Persain Gulf, the US Central Command (CENTCOM) said on Thursday, adding that “Iranian small boats” were spotted in the area. No interference with USS Bainbridge, or its mission, will be tolerated. The Florida-based combat command called the attacks on…

Chicago Police Tortured Victims With Electric Shocks, Burns and Beatings

Flint Taylor, a founding partner of the People’s Law Office in Chicago, has spent almost 50 years defending some of the most vulnerable people within the criminal legal system. In his new book, The Torture Machine: Racism and Police Violence in Chicago, Taylor describes the history of systemic violence running rampant within the Chicago Police Department. It’s a history he knows all too well from his work with the Fred Hampton assassination case, among many others. This excerpt recounts some of the torture unleashed by police in Chicago during the 1980s, under Police Commander Jon Burge. During this time, Burge…

Kmart Bans Customers from Using Christian Wording at Photo Kiosk, But Islamic Stuff is OK

Kmart is in the news for banning customers from using Christian words like “Jesus,” “Bible,” or “church” at the store’s photo kiosk, but apparently it does not mind customers using Islam, Muslim or other Islamic terns. The struggling former retail giant uses a computer system with preprogrammed software for its photo kiosks, but some customers have recently found that there are certain words that the software will not allow them to use in the editing program, according to the Daily Mail. According to customers in Australia, when they tried to use the banned words in the photo kiosk, the words…

Five Reliable Guns You Might Consider During Trying Times

Let’s imagine for a moment that the world of tax-funded public safety and well-stocked grocery stores are a thing of the past. Then you, perhaps with a handful of family and friends, must fend for yourself in a tough and hostile environment. Among the considerations for survival are, of course, firearms. Which would you choose? The most critical consideration for firearms in this scenario would be reliability. Does it go “bang” with every trigger press? Does it cycle the widest possible spectrum of ammo available in that caliber? Is it simple to maintain? What ammunition is likely to be found in the…

Alex Jones losing credibility more rapidly than ever by continuing to shill for Trump, and now pushing for war with Iran on his radio show today

Listening to the Alex Jones radio show today, as I usually do. It’s really crazy how far Alex has fallen. He’s now practically a mouthpiece for the neocons. He’s saying today that “Iran is responsible” for the tanker attacks, and that it’s “NOT a false” flag (he says that “no way” Trump would allow a false flag, lol). Alex also is blaming Obama for the situation with Iran, and acts like Obama himself masterminded this conflict with Iran. Alex hardly ever talks about the Rothschilds and other NWO super-elites who are really in control — with Obama being a low-ranking…

Credit Scores Could Soon Get Even Creepier and More Biased…Scores based on AI and non-traditional data such as your social media profile could usher in a whole new way for banks to discriminate

Are you trustworthy? For centuries this was a qualitative question, but no longer. Now you have a number, a score, that everybody from loan officers to landlords will use to determine how much they should trust you. Credit scores are often presented as objective and neutral, but they have a long history of prejudice. Most changes in how credit scores are calculated over the years—including the shift from human assessment to computer calculations, and most recently to artificial intelligence—have come out of a desire to make the scores more equitable, but credit companies have failed to remove bias, on the…

Police To Use Automatic Facial Recognition Sunglasses To Watchlist People

Sometimes I have trouble coming up with a title for one of my stories but this one came easy because the two companies involved in the story helped create it. A New York based company called Vuzix along with a UAE software company called NNTC, worked together to produce the world’s first automatic facial recognition sunglasses for law enforcement. Not only did they create the world’s first automatic facial recognition sunglasses but they purposely made them to resemble Oakley sunglasses. Making it harder for people to tell if they are being spied on. The above video warns that police will have…

‘Investigation’ Finds Cop Did Nothing Wrong When He Shot 11yo Girl in the Back With Taser

Cincinnati, OH — Last year, TFTP reported a disturbing story out of Cincinnati that shocked the country after a police officer tasered an 11-year-old girl in the back after he suspected her of stealing food. Since then, officer Kevin Brown was “disciplined” by his department, but never fired. He then became the subject of a criminal FBI investigation that his superiors called a politically motivated “assault on our cops.” And now, the propaganda by department has worked and the officer has been cleared. Officer Brown appealed his suspension and won after the court found it was totally acceptable to taser…

Police who shot Vallejo rapper 55 times in 3.5 seconds acted reasonably, report found

A retired peace officer with experience in training police officers in the use of force said the Vallejo police officers’ fatal shooting of rap artist Willie McCoy, 20, in a Taco Bell drive-thru in February was reasonable and in line with modern training and police practices,  the city attorney said. City Attorney Claudia Quintana referred to a May 17 report by Dave Blake of Brentwood-based Blake Consulting. Quintana posted Blake’s report and a news release about it on Vallejo’s website Monday. Quintana said the report details the legal background and the reasons behind Blake’s conclusions. But she said it is important to realize that there is…

Twitter Restricts Project Veritas for Exposé of Pinterest Blacklists

Social media platform Twitter has reportedly temporarily suspended the account of investigative journalism group Project Veritas following its publication of internal documents from Silicon Valley company Pinterest. According to journalist James O’Keefe, Twitter has limited the account of the investigative journalism group Project Veritas following the group’s publication of internal communications from Pinterest. O’Keefe wrote in a tweet that Project Veritas “has been temporarily suspended from posting for tweeting internal communications from @Pinterest which show them calling @benshapiro a ‘white supremacist’.” The tweet can be seen below along with a photo of a warning A person familiar with the situation…

Hard Time: Stanford Sailing Coach Gets One Day In Jail For Role In College Admissions Scandal

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal yesterday – ahead of today’s sentencing – Stanford University head sailing coach John Vandemoer called his role in the college admissions cheating scandal, “the biggest mistake of his life.” Having pleaded guilty – admitting to taking bribes from Mr. Singer (the college scandal’s mastermind) for Stanford’s sailing program in exchange for flagging some of the college counselor’s clients as recruited athletes, even though they weren’t competitive sailors, and therefore giving them a boost in the admissions process – Vandemoer claims that while he understands now the illegality of the arrangements, he didn’t…

The briny depths of Europa brim with table salt

Scientists are fairly confident that Jupiter’s moon Europa has an underground ocean, even though they’ve never seen it. Hidden beneath an icy crust, most of what researchers know about that ocean is based on the moon’s smooth, streaked surface. Europa lacks mountains or large craters, but it is crisscrossed with ridges and cracks, called chaos terrain, that scientists think is caused by the shifting of ice plates over a liquid ocean, analogous to Earth’s plate tectonics. By using the Hubble Space Telescope to spy on Europa’s surface, astronomers have discovered the presence of sodium chloride – better known as table…

Lost Nazi Bunker Holding Amber Room Treasures May Have Been Found in Poland

While real Nazis search for other things (perhaps they know something others don’t?), treasure hunters have spend decades looking for the precious metals, jewels and rare art looted by the Nazis as they rampaged across Europe in World War II. One such collection was the Amber Room or Amber Chamber – a royal chamber decorated with panels of over six tons of real amber that was created by German craftsmen during the 18th century and presented as a gift to Peter the Great from Prussia’s King Frederick William I in 1716. It was placed in the Catherine Palace south of…

Propaganda: More than 4 in 5 Americans support airport biometrics

A large majority of Americans support the use of biometrics to verify their identities at airports, amid growing concern about the safety of public events, according to the new 2019 Unisys Security Index. The report shows 81 percent approve of airport biometrics, 42 percent due to security concerns, and roughly one third each mainly for the reliability and convenience benefits. Among those who do not support airport biometrics, a lack of trust in the government or airport authorities are the most commonly cited reasons why. IATA recently resolved to accelerate the deployment of its One ID biometric initiative to prepare…

REVEALED: Two More Google Blacklists Designed To Remove ‘Fringe Domains’ And Op-Eds From Special Search Results

At least two other blacklists are applied to Google’s web answers feature, one of which is manually edited, documents obtained by The Daily Caller indicate. The first blacklist, titled “webanswers_url_blacklist,” impacts the company’s “featured snippets” or answer blocks, the type of special search result that appears when questions are typed into the search bar. For example, the question “What is the biggest fish?” yields a special search box on the whale shark. (EXCLUSIVE: Documents Detailing Google’s ‘News Blacklist’ Show Manual Manipulation Of Special Search Results) In screenshots of the blacklist shared with The Daily Caller, the instructions at the top…

NASA readies mission to mysterious $10,000 QUADRILLION Psyche asteroid

The value of all the nickel and iron that NASA believes makes up 16-Psyche’s oddly-shaped space rock in the asteroid belt’s outer reaches is estimated at $10,000 quadrillion. This is a massive sum, but NASA’s Psyche mission, which has now received approval to enter the final development stages before manufacturing begins for its 2022 launch, is actually after a much bigger prize – revealing how Earth’s origins. NASA researchers believe asteroid Psyche is key to understanding how planetary bodies are formed. This is because the space scientists theorise Psyche is really the core of a planet which broke apart following…

Mystery surrounds American deaths in Dominican Republic

US authorities are scrambling to get to the bottom of a rash of deaths of US tourists in the Dominican Republic, with the number of reported fatalities over the past year now rising to six. Three people whose deaths have been confirmed all arrived on May 25 in San Pedro de Macoris, a seaside resort in the south of the Caribbean country, Dominican authorities said. Miranda Schaup-Werner, 41, booked a room with her husband at the Luxury Bahia Principe Bouganville hotel. She lost consciousness on the day of her arrival after going out on the balcony. She could not be…

‘I had to escape this debtors’ prison’: College grad flees U.S. to avoid student loan debt

Eventually, he just couldn’t take it anymore. The rejection, the depression, the mounting bills, it became too much to deal with all on his own, Chad Albright said.  “I had to escape this debtors’ prison,” he said — it felt like there was no other choice. “That’s what America became to me, a prison. So I left.” Albright bought a one-way ticket to China and boarded an airplane, uncertain if he would ever return to the country he once considered home. It was 2011, and Albright was 30 years old, starting over in a country more than 7,000 miles away from his life…

New trouble for Alex Jones in court fight with Sandy Hook families

Alex Jones’ latest court trouble involves more than routine pre-trial wrangling with the Sandy Hook families who are suing him for defamation. The real fight is over the families’ claim that the conspiracies Jones promoted as the frontman of Infowars were calculated to drive business to his internet supplements business. Recommended Video The heart of the court case came out in dueling motions filed over the last two weeks by the families, who accuse Jones of deliberately withholding information about his business strategy to hide his motives, and by Jones, who accuses the families of having no proof and of…

Hackers stole a US Customs and Border Patrol facial recognition database

Data from facial recognition scans performed by US Customs and Border Patrol on travelers crossing at an unnamed lander border point (an anonymous source says it’s a US-Canada crossing) have been stolen by hacker or hackers unknown. The CBP doesn’t know how many records were leaked, but estimates the number at less than 100k. The CBP refused to state which contractor breached the data, but the memo it sent to the Washington Post about the breach was titled “CBP Perceptics Public Statement” and since Perceptics is a CBP contractor that does facial recognition (as well as license plate cameras and…

Cop Arrested for Forcing Woman to Perform Sex Act With Her Infant to Make Child Porn

Over the past few years, the Free Thought Project has reported on utterly horrific crimes perpetrated by police officers against society’s most vulnerable. From children to the elderly, no demographic is left safe. However, a case out of Iberville Parish in Louisiana is at the top of the list for the most disturbing things we’ve ever seen. An on-duty cop forced a mother to perform oral sex on her one-year-old son — while he filmed it to make child porn — by threatening to arrest her if she refused. Iberville Parish sheriff’s deputy Shaderick Jones was serving an arrest warrant…

Facebook banned Natural News for “off-platform” article that Natural News never posted to Facebook

Just days after being banned and deleted by Facebook, Natural News has now learned that Facebook banned Natural News because of an opinion article that Natural News never posted to Facebook. The article in question — “LGBT progressivism horrors” — warned against children being physically and chemically disfigured by parents pushing an LGBT indoctrination agenda onto their own children. Facebook now says the existence of this article is the reason Natural News was de-platformed from Facebook. This means Facebook is banning channels for “off-platform” content. It’s also an admission that Natural News did nothing to violate any community guidelines or…

Jussie Smollett of ‘MAGA’ attack claims aided by Google rule on ‘disparaging’ searches

Americans who want an accurate understanding of actor Jussie Smollett’s alleged “MAGA country!” attack will have to work a bit harder thanks to a Google rule on “disparaging” searches. A spokesperson for Google told The Washington Free Beacon that he and others are digitally shielded on autocomplete searches due to “potentially disparaging or sensitive terms.” Free Beacon reporter Brent Scher was trying to research the former “Empire” actor and the 16 counts of disorderly conduct filed against him, but autocomplete searches nudged him towards stories involving the LGBT activist’s wife, sister, and a small part in 1992’s Disney movie “The…

Hitler’s Gold Hunters Reportedly Stumble Upon Likely Hiding Place of Fabled Amber Room

The hatch leading to the bunker which may house the legendary treasure trove appears to be blocked by a tree which grew on top of it, which “proves that no one has opened the manhole for the last several decades”, one of the treasure hunters noted. Dedicated treasure hunters who chase rumours may have discovered the location of the fabled Amber Room, a trove of amber and jewels that used to adorn the palace of the Russian royals near St. Petersburg, which was plundered by Hitler’s troops during World War II, the Daily Express reports. According to the newspaper, Bartlomiej…

Mass anomaly detected under the moon’s largest crater

A mysterious large mass of material has been discovered beneath the largest crater in our solar system—the Moon’s South Pole-Aitken basin—and may contain metal from the asteroid that crashed into the Moon and formed the crater, according to a Baylor University study. “Imagine taking a pile of metal five times larger than the Big Island of Hawaii and burying it underground. That’s roughly how much unexpected mass we detected,” said lead author Peter B. James, Ph.D., assistant professor of planetary geophysics in Baylor’s College of Arts & Sciences.The crater itself is oval-shaped, as wide as 2,000 kilometers—roughly the distance between…

Pinterest Bans Zero Hedge By Adding To “Porn Domain Block List” Used To Target Conservatives

Documents leaked to Project Veritas by a Pinterest insider reveal that the San Francisco-based social media company has blocked links from Zero Hedge and several conservative or religious-based websites – adding them to a ‘porn domain block list’ originally intended to keep the platform free of sexually explicit material.  Veritas has published several internal documents and interviewed the insider, who explained how the company with nearly 300 million active monthly users censors pro-life and Christian content. The leak reveals an aggressive campaign to censor conservative content under the guise of ‘hate speech’ and ‘fake news.’  Links to the leaked documents can be viewed here, here, here, here, here…

Student Uses Snapchat’s ‘Gender Switch’ Filter to Nab Cop Allegedly Looking to Hook Up With Teen Girl

A San Francisco Bay Area college student used a Snapchat filter to pretend he was an underage girl online and take down a San Mateo police officer allegedly looking to hook up on Tinder. Ethan, 20, told police he had a female friend who had been molested as a child and went online to create an undercover profile to identify possible pedophiles. The student, who did not provide his last name because he fears retaliation, used Snapchat’s gender-switch filter to take a picture of himself and posed as a woman named “Esther” on Tinder. One man messaged him. “I believe…

Nearly 1,700 Suspected Child Sex Predators Arrested During Operation “Broken Heart”

The Department of Justice today announced the arrest of almost 1,700 suspected online child sex offenders during a two-month, nationwide operation conducted by Internet Crimes Against Children task forces. The task forces identified 308 offenders who either produced child pornography or committed child sexual abuse, and 357 children who suffered recent, ongoing or historical sexual abuse or were exploited in the production of child pornography. The 61 ICAC task forces, located in all 50 states and comprised of more than 4,500 federal, state, local and tribal law enforcement agencies, led the coordinated operation known as “Broken Heart” during the months…

US Companies to Face Lawsuit Over UK Grenfell Tower Inferno

(CN) – Lawyers and judges in Philadelphia, and not just those in London, will have a say over whether American companies can face liability for an inferno at an apartment tower in London that killed 72 people and injured about 70 others in 2017. The BBC reported Monday that dozens of survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire and victims’ relatives will file a lawsuit this week in Philadelphia against three American companies, including appliance giant Whirlpool and Pennsylvania-based Arconic, which specializes in metal products. Arconic, a publicly traded company and a spin-off of aluminum giant Alcoa, is the focus of attention. The…

Fmr Senator Murdered in Her Home After Reportedly Uncovering Gov’t Child Trafficking Ring

A former Arkansas state senator, Linda Collins-Smith was found murdered in her home last week in Pocahontas, Arkansas. According to reports, Collins-Smith was closing in on a child trafficking ring which was being run by the Arkansas government. According to police, last week, Collins-Smith was shot and killed outside of her home in Pocahontas, about 130 miles northeast Little Rock. She died of a gunshot wound and her body was found wrapped in a blanket. Her death is being investigated as a homicide. No other information has been publicly presented. According to CD Media: A verified source close to Collins-Smith…

Supreme Court Rejects Case to Remove ‘In God We Trust’ From Currency

The Supreme Court rejected hearing a case to remove the phrase “In God We Trust” from US currency on Monday. The case, brought on by an atheist activist, was also rejected at district and circuit court levels. Michael Newdow, the activist seeking to redesign the money to remove the US motto, claims that the phrase violates the separation of church and state. He has previously fought against schools having students recite the pledge of allegiance, as he opposes the phrase “under God.” “Petitioners are Atheists. As such, they fervidly disagree with the religious idea that people should trust in God.…

Tech giants to censor all healthy living content that promotes nutrition, organics, clean water, clean vaccines or anti-cancer foods

Over a month ago, I was contacted by a source who warned me that Natural News would be targeted for system-wide de-platforming. On Saturday, Facebook completely deleted the Natural News channel, citing nothing at all. Natural News did not violate any “community standards” or Facebook rules; the tech giant simply wanted us to be silenced and annihilated, so they flipped the switch and deleted Natural News and our nearly 3 million followers. But that’s just the beginning of what’s being launched as a far-reaching censorship campaign against natural health information on the web. According to that same source who warned…

State May Vaccinate Children in Its Custody, Even Over Parents’ Objection

From N.J. Div. of Child Protection & Permanency v. J.B. (N.J. Super. Ct. App. Div.): The age appropriate immunizations required by N.J.A.C. 3A:51-7.1(a)(2) are a reasonable means of ensuring the health and safety of the children in the care and custody of the Division, especially during a measles outbreak. Parental rights must yield to the safety and well-being of Son and Daughter under these circumstances. See, e.g., Sadlock, 137 N.J.L. at 88 (“[T]he police power of a state must be held to embrace, at least, such reasonable regulations established directly by legislative enactment as will protect the public health and the public safety.” (quoting Jacobson v. Massachusetts, 197 U.S. 11, 25 (1905))).…

NPR: ‘We All Owe Al Gore An Apology’: Claim: ‘More People See Climate Change In Record Flooding’ – – Despite fact floods are not increasing!

NPR: “Somebody at my office told me, ‘We all owe Al Gore an apology,'” says Breigh Hardman, standing on a bridge over the Arkansas River in nearby Fort Smith…NPR asked nearly two dozen people in Oklahoma and Arkansas who were experiencing the ongoing flooding about their thoughts on climate change. All of them said they believed that the climate was changing, even if they didn’t directly associate the raining and floods with it, or agree on the cause. (Six people said they believed God was driving the change.) Reality Check:  2018 sees record low death toll & no violent (EF4…

Mysterious intergalactic bridge spanning 10 MILLION light-years spotted between galaxy clusters in first of its kind discovery

Astronomers have spotted an intergalactic ‘bridge’ stretching between two galaxy clusters 10 million light-years apart. A ‘trail’ of magnetic fields and relativistic electrons were spotted along filaments connecting two clusters, called Abell 0399 and Abell 0401. The discovery is said to be the first of its kind, revealing a glimpse at how magnetic fields and high-energy particles extend along the ‘cosmic webs’ connecting distant objects in the universe.  Researchers led by a team from the National Institute of Astrophysics (Inaf) of Cagliari identified the bridge using the LOFAR radio telescope. The so-called cosmic web describes the filamentary structures through which…

60 People, Including 54 Medical Professionals, Charged in Largest U.S. Opioid Prescription Bust

In 2016, a total of 42,249 people died from an opioid drug overdose in the United States. And while I can’t argue that the number is outrageous, when I read it the first time it had very little significance to me. But then I got to thinking. Back in 2016, I was a CNA and worked regularly with one of the nurses. He was a quirky, middle-aged guy with an expressive face and a good sense of humor. One Monday I came into work to hear that he had passed away over the weekend. The cause? Accidental heroin overdose. And…

Tourist Opens Mysterious Safe Locked For 40 Years After Pulling Combination “From Thin Air”

Imagine this scenario: You’re on vacation at a small town museum. The museum’s main attraction is a mysterious old safe that’s been locked in the basement for 40 years. No one remembers the combination, and all documentation has been lost. You see this safe sitting there, teasing you, like it’s teased so many over the years, with whatever untold treasures and secrets dwell behind its black iron door. You stare at the combination lock. Then a vision. Three numbers appear in your mind. You think, well why not? There’s no harm in trying. Three spins to the right, two to…

Conservative student group denied official recognition, called ‘unsafe’ for minorities

If Ben Shapiro comes I don’t want to go here anymore, student senator says   The Young America’s Foundation has been denied official recognition by the student government at Santa Clara University, with one student senator suggesting the club would be harmful to minority students. Another student senator cited concern for the conservative group’s stance against illegal immigration, and also suggested YAF speaker Ben Shapiro causes “emotional harm.” Santa Clara University’s YAF chapter had sought official recognition from the university’s student government on two occasions, first in late April and a second time in late May. By obtaining recognition, the student…

German nurse convicted of killing 87 patients; liked putting them into cardiac arrest

German nurse Niels Hoegel liked to inject his patients with overdoses of heart medication and other drugs to put them in cardiac arrest because he liked how it felt to resuscitate them. Sometimes he was able to bring them back, but in at least 87 cases they died. He is believed to be modern Germany’s most prolific serial killer. A court in the city of Oldenburg recently found Hoegel, 42, guilty of murdering 85 patients, aged 34 to 96. He was sentenced to life in prison. He had previously been convicted of two other murders. The presiding judge, Sebastian Buerhmann,…

Cancer Patient Sentenced to Prison for Buying THC Edibles as Treatment

Chicago, IL — Thomas J. Franzen, 37, has never been arrested or committed a crime before he was diagnosed with stage three testicular cancer that has spread to both his lungs and abdominal cavity last year. However, because government claims the authority to throw people in jail over a plant, Franzen’s self-medication process for his cancer has now landed him in prison—for the next four years. Last month, Franzen was forced to plead guilty in Kane County Circuit Court to possession of more than 5,000 grams (176 ounces) of cannabis, a felony that carried a prison term from 12 to…

YouTube Deletes Historical Archive Channel For Promoting ‘Hate’

A channel that posted historical archive footage was banned by YouTube for promoting “hate” before being restored after a backlash. The channel, Regionaal Archief Alkmaar, mainly hosts videos from the 1920s to the 1950s, including footage of the German Army and clips of Adolf Hitler speeches. It is a historical archive and in no way endorses Nazism. “We wanted to show you some nice historical film footage on #IAD19, but @youtube deleted our complete channel, calling us ‘hatemongers’ for showing #WW2 footage. They still have not giving our channel back or replied to our questions,” the channel owner tweeted. The…

Build a $300 Underground Greenhouse for Year-Round Fresh Food

People who love to garden and put their hands in the earth to grow plants tend to know no boundaries, but when the weather gets cold, it can present a challenge. Some people use greenhouses to extend their growing season. It is relatively easy to construct an underground pit greenhouse, which costs less to heat than a standing greenhouse. This style of greenhouse originated in South America about twenty years ago, allows you to garden year-round, and costs just a few hundred bucks to construct. Once finished, you can go out and pick from your own garden any time of…

Massive New Government Database Includes Face Recognition, DNA, Tattoos and Relationship Patterns

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is building a massive new database containing biometric and biographic data on people in the US.   Northrop Grumman got a $95 million contract from DHS to develop the first stages of the system. The new database is called the Homeland Advanced Recognition Technology (HART). It will include face and voice recognition, DNA, scars and tattoos. The database will also include standard biographic information, like name, birthdate, physical descriptions, country of origin, and government identification information. HART can be used to identify relationship patterns, political activities and religious affiliations, and will serve as…

Trump Just Can’t Quit Afghanistan

Imagine being a U.S. citizen who believes that America should withdraw its troops from Afghanistan after nearly 18 years of increasingly pointless war. Shouldn’t be too hard, since that describes 61 percent of Americans—and an eye-popping 69 percent of veterans—polled in October 2018 by YouGov. But let’s also stipulate that by some glitch in the time-space continuum you become president of the United States, and that in one of your first major post-election interviews you observe that “nothing is going well” in Afghanistan. Wouldn’t you think those troops would be home more than two years after that? This is where…

Pastor Said He Was Sucking Demons Out Of Men He Sexually Assaulted, Victims Claim

A New Jersey pastor, who is also the chaplain for a local church, is accused of sexually abusing numerous men during what he claimed was an exorcism ritual. Rev. Dr. William Weaver allegedly set up an elaborate ceremony where he convinced the men involved that he would purge evil spirits from their bodies by performing oral sex on them. The pastor reportedly told his victims that this was a Native American ritual he learned first-hand from indigenous tribes. The allegations from the three men date back to at least 1999, and each of their stories are very similar. The men…

iOS 13 now shows a map of where apps have been tracking you when requesting permission

Apple continued its strong focus on privacy with the announcement of iOS 13 this week. The update includes several new privacy features, including a more detailed view of how apps have been using your location in the background. As you can see in the screenshots above, iOS 13 presents popup notifications when an app is using your location in the background. The notification also shows a map of the location data a specific app has tracked. The above screenshots show location data tracked by the Tesla app as well as the Apple Store app. In addition to showing the map,…

The skill of map reading is becoming a lost art…

Can you read a map? Since the advent of smartphones and GPS, people today are becoming increasingly dependent on technology — even for basic survival skills, like map reading. Bradford Parkinson, the man who invented GPS, says he “worries” about what effect his technology has had on society — and about what will happen if and when our handy gadgets fail us. The esteemed inventor says that people are “too dependent” on smartphones and satellite navigation and he fears that this dependence is a vulnerability. Smartphones and satellites are everywhere — but they are not unassailable. The “grid” we rely…

It begins: Canada now ARRESTING Christian pastors and prosecuting them for teaching the Bible… the war on Christianity escalates

If you think the Leftist assault on freedom of speech and the First Amendment here in the United States is bad, consider the much worse situation transpiring in Canada, where a Christian pastor was recently arrested and charged with “disturbing the peace” simply for preaching the Word of God on a street corner. According to reports, a group of violent protesters had approached and started to harass Pastor David Lynn when police arrived on the scene and proceeded to handcuff him, rather than the protesters, before taking him away in a squad car. The violent mob that remained, which openly…

YouTube’s new censorship purge BANS videos that talk about illegal immigrants: MORE proof the video platform is an authoritarian cult run by intolerant bigots

Anyone who crosses into the United States without following duly-passed laws and properly-enacted procedures is in our country illegally. The government’s term for these people is “illegal alien.” There’s nothing derogatory about it or demeaning or insulting. It’s a legal term, period, and it perfectly describes someone who has not followed U.S. law when entering the country. Illegal. Alien. Not a citizen. Not from here. Alien. Illegal alien. But the Left-wing speech Nazis who run social media companies have decided that the term “illegal alien” is derogatory, demeaning, and insulting. And because they say so, then it is, period. No…

Weather Service says a massive 80 mile by 80 mile blip on their radar was a ladybug swarm…..

The radar footage showed a green mass, spanning more than 60 miles, and moving.  In a Twitter post, the San Diego office of the National Weather Service referred to it as a “cloud” or “bloom” of ladybugs. And while the Weather Service’s tweet has prompted several news reports about the swarm of ladybugs, one local scientist is skeptical. James Cornett, senior scientist with James W. Cornett Ecological Consultants, said a swarm of that size and density would have darkened the skies over the region.  “There would have been unbelievable numbers of telephone calls to the police,” Cornett said. “It merits some investigation.” According to…

Pass it on: Sleeping Giants founder Matt Rivitz continues to harass companies to block ad dollars to conservatives — While he represented the same companies in his day job

On Tuesday Matt Rivitz was exposed as the Far Left operative behind anti-conservative hate group Sleeping Giants. (Article by Jim Hoft republished from TheGatewayPundit.com) Sleeping Giants has worked since the 2016 election to bankrupt conservative groups by targeting their advertisers. They do not approve of opposing voices.  Like former fascists before them. Matt Rivitz has devoted his life to destroy and eliminate opposing voices in America but always kept his identity a secret. Until 2018. Rivitz and his hate site ‘Sleeping Giants’ smear and slander conservative voices and conservative publishers His tactics are much like the Nazi regime in Germany back in the 1930s.…