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Oprah-featured “psychic healer” to be arrested on sex abuse charges after an astonishing 258 women step forward with detailed accusations

A “psychic healer” from Brazil is now facing arrest, after over 200 women came forward with allegations of sexual abuse. The women say that João Teixeira de Faria, also known as “John of God,” abused them while they were seeking out spiritual guidance. Teixeira de Faria reached celebrity status after appearing on a television show hosted by Oprah Winfrey in 2013. Prosecutors are now calling for his arrest, according to reports. This is not the first time a celebrity has been accused of taking advantage of women, but the victim toll here is astonishingly high. Many of Teixeira de Faria’s followers…

US Air Force set to launch 1st next-generation GPS satellite

After months of delays, the U.S. Air Force is about to launch the first of a new generation of GPS satellites, designed to be more accurate, secure and versatile. But some of their most highly touted features will not be fully available until 2022 or later because of problems in a companion program to develop a new ground control system for the satellites, government auditors said. The satellite is scheduled to lift off Tuesday from Cape Canaveral, Florida, aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. It’s the first of 32 planned GPS III satellites that will replace older ones now in…

Alice in Wonderland & Wizard of Oz MK-ULTRA Programming Unpacked

English cricketer Greg Thomas was bowling against West Indies batsman Viv Richards. After Viv missed a few balls, Thomas taunted him with: “It’s red, it’s round, and it’s fast.” Viv responded by smashing the cricket ball out of the ground, and telling Thomas: “You know what it looks like, now you go and find it!” At that moment, Thomas learned what other cricketers knew – don’t sledge Viv Richards because he bats better when he’s angry. Similarly, when I was recently attacked on all sides by Cult scum, I got angry, more focused, and more determined. I used the emotion…

Yemeni mothers forced to choose which child starves, says aid group

Mothers are being forced to leave their children to starve as they face a “catastrophic” shortage of food in war-torn Yemen, a humanitarian group said on Thursday, reports Reuters. As the warring parties pledged a ceasefire over a key entry port for supplies, Action Against Hunger said many civilians were struggling to survive in a conflict often described as the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. “We are very much aware that the situation right now is catastrophic,” Valentina Ferrante, the group’s country director for Yemen, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation. If a family does not have the necessary economic resources to…

Police Dismantle Massive Child Sex Slavery Ring Run By Israelis, Fmr IDF Soldier—MSM Silent

A large child sex slavery ring overseen by Israelis was dismantled by Colombian police earlier this week, in a story that has shocked Colombia and much of Latin America but received minimal coverage from mainstream Western media outlets. The network had been active since 2011 and expressly “recruited” young, underage females in situations of economic hardship or domestic abuse to work as “sex slaves” catering to Israeli tourists visiting Colombia. Colombian authorities first began to investigate the sex slavery network in June 2016 following the murder of Israeli citizen Shay Azran in the Colombian city of Medellín. Soon after, Azran’s…

Amazon patents doorbell camera that calls police when it recognizes a “suspicious” person

Amazon filed a patent application for a doorbell camera that scans the faces of passers by and compares them with a database of suspicious persons. If a match is made the camera calls the cops. From ACLU: The ACLU’s test is consistent with academic research demonstrating that face surveillance technology is less accurate for darker skinned faces and women. These systems threaten to further entangle people with law enforcement, ripping families apart and increasing the likelihood of racially biased police violence. In addition, this technology puts activists and protesters in danger when exercising their First Amendment rights. Despite the risks…

Disney Channel Actor Arrested and Fired for Allegedly Plotting Sex With 13 Year-Old

Stoney Westmoreland, a 48-year-old actor who plays the grandfather on Disney Channel sitcom Andi Mack, has been arrested for allegedly trying to arrange online to have sex with a 13-year-old. Hours after the arrest, the kids-focused Disney cable network severed ties with the actor. “Stoney Westmoreland, an actor working on the series Andi Mack, was arrested in Salt Lake City today,” a rep for Disney Channel said in a statement Friday night. “Given the nature of the charges and our responsibility for the welfare of employed minors, we have released him from his recurring role and he will not be returning to work…

Facebook Files for Ill-Timed Patent for Feature That Knows Where You’re Going (Even Before You Do)

There was a time when the creepiest thing about Facebook was poking people. Ah, that was a simpler time. Allow Facebook to predict somewhere you are going before you even get there? Probably not what you were expecting when you hit “Create Account” however many years ago. That’s exactly the gist of Facebook’s new patent. On December 6, Facebook filed for a patent with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office titled “Offline Trajectories.” Facebook has gobs and gobs of data on its users. It has so much data about us, it could begin using that data to predict what we’re going to do next.…

Will they be watching you? D.C. plants to replace 75,000 street lights

A plan to replace the District’s 75,000 street lights is prompting privacy concerns over the kind of technology being used and questions about capabilities to spy on residents. In a joint program between the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and the Office of Public-Private Partnerships or OP3, both agencies say the smart street light technology being eyed does not include plans for surveillance devices. The agencies are collecting information from 11 possible bidders for the contract to install and maintain the new street lights. Kathryn Roos, interim director of OP3, reassured residents that surveillance was not being considered at a public meeting…

FBI plans ‘Rapid DNA’ network for quick database checks on arrestees…New machines create DNA profiles in less than two hours, rather than days or weeks

Though DNA has revolutionized modern crime fighting, the clues it may hold are not revealed quickly. Samples of saliva, or skin, or semen are sent to a crime lab by car (or mail), and then chemists get to work. Detectives are accustomed to waiting days or weeks, or longer, for the results. Some labs are so backed up, they take only the most serious crimes. Some samples are never tested. But a portable machine about the size of a large desktop printer is changing that. A “Rapid DNA” machine can analyze the DNA in a swab and produce a profile…

‘Cannibal’ walks into police station holding a human leg and says he is ‘tired of eating human flesh’

A man who told police officers that he was “tired” of eating human flesh, has been sentenced to life in prison for killing a woman in South Africa for her body parts. Nino Mbatha, a traditional healer, was charged last year for the murder of Zanele Hlatshwayo. On Tuesday the Pietermaritzburg high court found Mbatha and a second man, Lungisani Magubane, guilty of the murder, which was described by Judge Peter Olsen as ”the most heinous crime”. Mbatha walked into a police station in Estcourt, a town in South Africa‘s KwaZulu-Natal province, last year. He announced that he needed police assistance because he was “tired” of eating body parts, according…

Meteorologist Jessica Starr commits suicide

Fox 2 Detroit (WJBK-TV) announced on air Thursday morning that meteorologist Jessica Starr has killed herself. “All of us here at FOX 2 are in deep shock and cannot believe that such a wonderful, bright and intelligent individual will no longer be with us,” Fox 2 wrote in an online statement. [If you or someone you know needs help, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24 hours a day at 800-273-8255.] Other Fox 2 employees, along with media personalities from other outlets, expressed their grief on Twitter Thursday morning. “Our hearts are broken,” wrote morning anchor Amy Andrews alongside a photo of herself and Starr.…

FBI plans ‘Rapid DNA’ network for quick database checks on arrestees

Though DNA has revolutionized modern crime fighting, the clues it may hold aren’t revealed quickly. Samples of saliva, or skin, or semen are sent to a crime lab by car (or mail), and then chemists get to work. Detectives are accustomed to waiting days or weeks, or more, for the results. Some labs are so backed up, they only take the most serious crimes. Some samples never get tested. But a portable machine about the size of a large desktop printer is changing that. A “Rapid DNA” machine can take a swab of DNA, analyze it and produce a profile…

Taylor Swift tracked stalkers with facial recognition tech at her concert

Taylor Swift held a concert at California’s Rose Bowl this past May that was monitored by a facial recognition system. The system’s target? Hundreds of Swift’s stalkers. Swift’s facial recognition system was built into a kiosk that displayed highlights of her rehearsals, which would secretly record onlookers’ faces. According to Rolling Stone, which spoke with a concert security expert who observed the kiosk, attendees who looked at the kiosk were immediately scanned. Afterward, the data was sent to a “command post” in Nashville, Tennessee that attempted to match hundreds of images to a database of her known stalkers. US artists…

New York City Tries To Destroy Family Bookstore With Landmark Status

New York City bureaucrats are trying to destroy one of the Big Apple’s last bookstores with landmark status. Remarkably, the Strand bookstore’s owners think that landmark status will destroy their family business. “Please do not destroy the Strand by adding more bureaucracy and unnecessary expenses and restrictions,” owner Nancy Bass Wyden begs. Wyden made her plea to New York’s Landmarks Preservation Commission, The Guardian reports. “In an attempt to preserve history, you may very well end up destroying a piece of the city,” Wyden alleges. Wyden firmly believes that landmark status will put her family’s 90-year-old bookstore out of business. How…

2 Government subcontractors killed at Antarctica science station….

Two US government subcontractor employees at Antarctica’s McMurdo Station died Wednesday while performing maintenance at a generator building, the National Science Foundation said. A helicopter pilot landed near the building, which powers a radio transmitter near the station, after seeing smoke coming from the structure, the foundation said. Inside the building, the pilot found the two workers unconscious. Medical personnel from the clinic at McMurdo pronounced one of the workers dead at the scene, while another was pronounced dead after being flown to the clinic, the statement said. The employees were fire technicians who were performing preventive maintenance on the…

Bizarre radar mystery baffles the National Weather Service…

A mystery that riled the Tri-State Monday night had been solved – or so we thought. When large, storm-like blips flashed across radar in Southern Illinois and Western Kentucky, the National Weather Service was stunned – because it wasn’t raining a drop. All kinds of guesses flared up on social media: a flock of birds; aliens; residue the government uses to control the weather, etc. But a tweet from Eyewitness News meteorologist Wayne Hart on Tuesday morning seemingly cleared the fog. Citing an unnamed pilot, he said Evansville air traffic control claimed a military C-130 released a stream of chaff –…

President’s former lawyer Michael Cohen get 3 years in PRISON…

A federal judge on Thursday sentenced longtime Donald Trump lawyer Michael Cohen to three years in jail for a series of crimes to which he pleaded guilty, saying his cooperation with the Russia probe ‘does not wipe the slate clean.’ As an attorney, Cohen ‘should have known better,’ said the judge, following dramatic courtroom arguments that featured repeated references to President Trump – including his attacks on Cohen as ‘weak’ and a ‘rat’ and Cohen’s own explanation of what it took to provide information against him. Cohen shed tears in the courtroom as he sought leniency and reflected on decisions…

California wants to tax text-messaging…State regulators say surcharge on text messaging would help fund programs that make phone service accessible to the poor

Texting your sweetheart that you’re on your way home? California may soon charge you for that. This is no LOL matter, critics say. State regulators have been ginning up a scheme to charge a fee for text messaging on mobile phones to help support programs that make phone service accessible to the poor. The wireless industry and business groups have been working to defeat the proposal, now scheduled for a vote next month by the California Public Utilities Commission. “It’s a dumb idea,” said Jim Wunderman, president of the Bay Area Council business-sponsored advocacy group. “This is how conversations take place in…

When Not Hiding Cameras In Traffic Barrels And Streetlights, The DEA Is Shoving Them Into… Vacuums?

If it exists, the DEA probably wants to stash a camera in it. A Denair, California-based company called the Special Services Group, LLC won a $42,595 DEA purchase order at the end of November for a “custom Shop Vac concealment with Canon M50B.” Canon describes the M50B as a “high-sensitivity…PTZ [Pan-Tilt-Zoom] network camera” that “captures video with remarkable color and clarity, even in very low-light environments.” The M50B retails for about $3,400; the acquisition is being funded by the DEA’s Office of Investigative Technology and is presumably intended to assist agents in a specific operation, rather than for wider, passive…

China Is Data Mining DIRECTLY FROM THE BRAINS of Workers

China is deploying emotional surveillance technology that mines data from the minds of its citizens. Essentially, they’re data mining by reading their brains. The light-weight sensory helmets have been rolled out on an industrial scale. The mind data-mining and emotional surveillance programs are eerily similar to trends in the United States to monitor and probe the mental health of its citizens through facial recognition. This past spring, Facebook landed in hot water over a data leak which felt like a major privacy violation to millions of its users. But China was taking data mining to the next level. Around the…

Vatican No. 3 Cardinal George Pell Convicted on Charges He Sexually Abused Choir Boy…The highest-ranking Catholic Church official to face such criminal chargess

The Vatican’s third-most powerful official has been convicted in Australia on all charges he sexually abused two choir boys there in the late ’90s, according to two sources with knowledge of the case. A unanimous jury returned its verdict for Cardinal George Pell on Tuesday (Australian time) after more than three days of deliberations, the sources said, in a trial conducted under a gag order by the judge that prevented any details of the trial being made public. Pell, the Vatican’s finance chief and the highest Vatican official to ever go on trial for sex abuse, left Rome in June…

ARREST Google CEO Sundar Pichai for lying to Congress

We’re constantly reminded by the left-wing media’s coverage of the Robert Mueller fiasco that “lying to the government is a crime.” In fact, Robert Mueller, utterly unable to find any real evidence linking Trump to Russia, has resorted to charging people with “lying to the government.” The same government that constantly lies to us will prosecute you for lying to it. But you’re only prosecuted for lying if you’re a political target of the deep state regime in power. And that’s why Google CEO Sundar Pichai spent most of his day outright lying to the United States Congress today, with…

DEA Agent Arrested For Participating In Decade-Long Narcotics Conspiracy And Providing Firearms To Drug Trafficking Organization

Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Philip R. Bartlett, Inspector in Charge of the New York Office of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service (“USPIS”), Ari C. Shapira, Special Agent in Charge of the Miami Field Division of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (“ATF”), and Robert A. Bourbon, Special Agent in Charge of the Miami Field Office of the United States Department of Justice, Office of the Inspector General (“DOJ OIG”), announced the unsealing today of an Indictment charging DEA agent FERNANDO GOMEZ for his participation in a conspiracy to…

Federal judge rules Mass. law prohibiting secret audio recording of police, government officials is unconstitutional

A federal court judge Monday ruled a Massachusetts General Law prohibiting the secret audio recording of police or government officials is unconstitutional. Chief United States District Judge Patti B. Saris made the ruling on two similar cases — one involving two Jamaica Plain residents who frequently record police officers and a second case involving Project Veritas, the undercover organization founded by conservative political activist James O’Keefe. Both cases involved defendants who had not secretly recorded police but claimed that the Suffolk District Attorney’s office and the Boston Police Department were interpreting state law in such a way that was preventing…

Profound Threat: Americans are being urged prepare for the up to six months without electricity, transportation, fuel, money, and healthcare….

In a new report that warns that the electric grid is the “prime target” of terrorists, Americans are being urged prepare for the up to six months without electricity, transportation, fuel, money, and healthcare. “People no longer keep enough essentials within their homes, reducing their ability to sustain themselves during an extended, prolonged outage. We need to improve individual preparedness,” said a just-published report to President Trump. “There needs to be more individual accountability for preparedness,” adds the report, “Surviving a Catastrophic Power Outage,” from the President’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council and published by the Department of Homeland Security. t…

Whats going on in Detroit? 300 fetuses and infants found in leaky plastic containers at Detroit cemetery

Investigators say they’ve discovered the remains of 300 fetuses and infants stored in leaky plastic containers at a cemetery in suburban Detroit. The state disclosed more details Tuesday from an inspection last week at Knollwood Memorial Park in Canton Township. Regulators say the cemetery is barred from any new business while the case is pending. The suspension comes five days after regulators said they discovered 27 plastic containers and took other enforcement steps. Most of the remains came from Perry Funeral Home in Detroit whose license was suspended weeks ago. CONTINUE @ WNDU

Newly-Released MKUltra Docs: The CIA Made Remote-Controlled Dogs With Brain Surgery

The Central Intelligence Agency made six remote-controlled dogs as a part of their MKULTRA “behavior modification” or mind control program.  Using brain surgery, newly requested documents show that the dogs were “field operational” and controlled by human beings. The CIA marked the 65th anniversary of the launch of Project MKULTRA. And the public is finally getting a more broad and detailed look at just how far those attempting these gruesome experiments were willing to go in order to gain control of our thoughts. The documents were provided under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) by  The Black Vault founder, John Greenewald. According to a report…

‘Miracle’ Excavation of ‘Little Foot’ Skeleton Reveals Mysterious Human Relative

Following an epic 20-year-long excavation in South Africa, researchers have finally recovered and cleaned the nearly-complete skeleton of an ancient human relative: an approximately 3.67-million-year-old hominin nicknamed Little Foot. Little Foot is likely a previously unknown species, the researchers said. In four newly posted studies — all available on bioRxiv, meaning they are not yet published in a peer-reviewed journal — the researchers delved into Little Foot’s anatomy. Their findings reveal that Little Foot likely walked upright on two feet and probably had an nearly lifelong injury on her left arm. The successful two-decade-long excavation of Little Foot was “almost…

Biometric screening is expanding to the rental car industry….

Hertz said Tuesday it is teaming up with Clear, the maker of biometric screening kiosks found at many airports, in an effort to slash the time it takes to pick up a rental car. Clear hopes it will lead more travelers to its platform, which has 3 million members in the U.S. It’s the latest place consumers will find biometric technology, which has migrated over the last 50 years from secure government facilities and banks to airports, stadiums and even smartphones that unlock with the touch a fingerprint. Hertz is the first rental car company to use the technology. Improvements…

Google Employees Sought To Block Breitbart From Ads, Emails Show

Google employees sought to block Breitbart from Google AdSense less than one month after President Donald Trump took office, leaked emails from the company reveal. Google employees sought to use alleged “hate speech” as a pretense for banning Breitbart from taking part in the advertising program, the emails show. Barring Breitbart from the advertising program would have a devastating effect on the site’s ad revenue as Google accounts for roughly 37 percent of all digital advertising revenue. (RELATED: Top Ad Writer Behind Boycott Campaign Targeting Breitbart, Ingraham) Breitbart obtained the emails and published them Monday night, one day before Google CEO…

Syndicated columnist censored for writing about the risks of Wall Street and billionaires buying the media

Jim Hightower is a longstanding, respected columnist distributed by Creators Syndicate — but Creators refused to distribute his latest column, “Free the Free Press from Wall Street Plunderers,” which warns about Wall Street vultures like Digital First Media and GateHouse Media buying up newspapers, including the Austin Statesman. The Austin Chronicle reports that Creators wouldn’t distribute the column because it feared retribution from the Wall Street firms; Creators managing editor Simone Slykhous told the Chronicle that “We have more than 200 columnists and cartoonists, and our job is to make sure that our actions do not negatively impact them.” Thankfully,…

Customs officers searching more mobile phones and computers

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers are searching the electronic devices of travelers more often, and did not always follow proper protocol, a new watchdog report has found. The report made public Monday found there were 29,000 devices searched at a port of entry out of 397 million travelers to the U.S. in budget year 2017, up from 18,400 the year before from 390 million travelers. Customs and Border Protection officials note it is less than 1 percent of all travelers. Officers are allowed under law to look through devices of travelers who are referred for a secondary inspection. During…

Best Tools for Mobile Game Development in 2019

Mobile devices have got smarter with the advancement in technology and these days they are extensively used for multiple purposes, especially gaming. Today, players prefer using smartphones and tablets to play games rather than using desktops. With cutting-edge features and HD graphics used by developers to design games software optimized for mobile phones, players get to access the latest games on their fingertips. The appropriate tools that can cater to improving the mobile gaming apps for providing an enhanced playing experience are covered in this article. 1. Unreal Engine has powerful features like custom post processing, dynamic shadows and more…

War Preparations? The US Air Force conducted a large drill to simulate an invasion of foreign territory in Nevada over the weekend

The US Air Force conducted a large drill to simulate an invasion of foreign territory in Nevada over the weekend. A slew of cargo-carrying C-17 and C-130 aircraft were detected flying in a “conga line” for an exercise called Joint Forcible Entry 18, which took place in the southwest region of the US, The Drive reports. The point of the drill is to rehearse an operation in which air and ground forces cross into foreign territory en masse and set up shop against an armed, world-class adversary. Conga line of 18 USAF Hercs over Texas… 😎 pic.twitter.com/GGL5DOZ594 — CivMilAir ✈ (@CivMilAir) December 9, 2018 ​Aircraft trackers like CivMilAir provided some snapshots…

Generic drug price-fixing investigation expands to 300 drugs and 16 companies

Executives at more than a dozen generic-drug companies had a form of shorthand to describe how they conducted business, insider lingo worked out over steak dinners, cocktail receptions and rounds of golf. The “sandbox,” according to investigators, was the market for generic prescription drugs, where everyone was expected to play nice. “Fair share” described dividing up the sales pie to ensure that each company reaped continued profits. “Trashing the market” was used when a competitor ignored these unwritten rules and sold drugs for less than agreed-upon prices. The terminology reflected more than just the clubbiness of a powerful industry, according…

YouTube Kicks off Proud Boys Founder Gavin McInnes

Far-right commentator and Vice Media co-founder Gavin McInnes has been kicked off YouTube on Monday, marking the latest social media platform to remove the Proud Boys founder. According to a banner on his page, McInnes’ channel was “terminated” after the Google-owned video giant “received multiple third-party claims of copyright infringement.” Google did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for details on the content McInnes was inappropriately using. The move wipes out more than 200,000 subscribers for McInnes and removed the last major platform for reaching his audience, after Twitter, Facebook and Instagram removed him in recent months. “I have a swarm…

Jerome Corsi sues Mueller, Justice, CIA, FBI, NSA for $350 million….The suit accuses the special counsel of blackmailing him to lie as part of a “legal coup d’etat” against President Donald Trump

The conservative writer and conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi filed a lawsuit on Sunday accusing special counsel Robert Mueller of blackmailing him to lie about President Donald Trump in the investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election. The suit, which seeks $350 million in actual and punitive damages in U.S. District Court in Washington, was filed six days after Corsi entered a formal complaint with the Justice Department alleging prosecutorial misconduct by Mueller. Corsi, 72, the former Washington bureau chief of the conspiracy website InfoWars, accuses Mueller’s office of having illegally leaked secret information from the grand jury investigating Russian…

CRTV Cucks to Glenn Beck — Ditches Gavin McInnes After Blaze Merger

CRTV canned Gavin McInnes after merging with Glenn Beck’s The Blaze — prompting a large group of people to cancel their subscriptions in protest. Michelle Malkin also announced she was leaving the company last week. In response, Twitter users began posting that they were cancelling Blaze Media paid subscriptions. Hundreds of people vowed to unsubscribe, and urged others to do the same, using the hashtag #CancelCRTV. The firing of McInnes came shortly after it was revealed that the media had lied about his former group, The Proud Boys, being labeled as an extremist group by the FBI. “We do not…

Update: Google employee, 22, found dead inside NYC headquarters

A “vibrant” Google software engineer was found dead inside the tech giant’s Chelsea headquarters, according to cops and sources. A janitor found 22-year-old Scott Krulcik unconscious at his work terminal on the sixth floor of the building on Eighth Avenue near West 16th Street around 9 p.m. Friday, police sources said. EMS workers tried to perform CPR, but to no avail. Krulcik was pronounced dead at the scene. His body did not show any signs of trauma, and there did not appear to be criminality involved, authorities said. The city Medical Examiner’s office will determine the cause of death. Krulcik,…

Name One Government Agency that Doesn’t Do the Exact Opposite of its Purpose

A DEA agent is accused of facilitating drug trafficking in the regions he oversaw in Florida and Arkansas. He allegedly traded inside information to drug runners in exchange for cash. Drugs are illegal. But you can still run drugs with the right person being paid off. And you can do it for very little money–this agent got around $62,000 from one dealer for his role. That is enough money to easily corrupt an individual, but a small price to pay compared to how much a drug dealer can make. Especially when you have the DEA looking the other way and…

The Largest Conspiracy Theory Peddlers Are MSM And The US State Department

The US State Department has issued a statement accusing the Syrian government of having carried out a false flag chemical weapons attack in northwestern Aleppo with the intent to blame it on the jihadist factions in the region, citing “credible info” that the public has not been permitted to see. Never mind the known fact that there are actual, literal Al Qaeda affiliates who have admitted to using chemical weapons in Aleppo, and who are known to have used chemical weapons throughout Syria even by the State Department’s own admission: the Official Narrative is that only the Syrian government uses…

Weaponizing Hate Speech For Islam….

Those on the political left love talking about what they call “hate speech.” Yet, it’s always something that apparently only a leftist can define. Perhaps that’s because the definition is always shifting and changing to accomplish their ideological goals. Liberals are constantly inventing new categories of hate speech. After all, they usually find more and more things that they can fume about all the time. This is nothing more than a natural extension of political correctness. The movement started out as a means of using social pressure to silence conservative voices. Astonishingly, it has now evolved into a legal weapon.…

“The CIA owns everyone of any significance in the major media.”

As a former member of the major media prior to its concentration in few hands by the Clinton regime, I have reported on many occasions that the Western media is a Ministry of Propaganda for Washington. In the article below one of the propagandists confesses. PCR Published on Russia Insider News (http://russia-insider.com) “The CIA owns everyone of any significance in the major media.” — former CIA Director William Colby Our Exclusive Interview with German Editor Turned CIA Whistleblower Fascinating details emerge. Leading US-funded think-tanks and German secret service are accessories. Attempted suppression by legal threats. Blackout in German media. Exclusively…

Pentagon Claims Accounting Error In Yemen War…

President Donald Trump, who repeatedly complains that the United States is paying too much for the defense of its allies, has praised Saudi Arabia for ostensibly taking on Iran in the Yemen war. It turns out, however, that U.S. taxpayers have been footing the bill for a major part of the Saudi-led campaign, possibly to the tune of tens of millions of dollars. The revelation—detailed in a Defense Department letter obtained by The Atlantic—is likely to raise further ire among senators who have grown ever-more critical of Saudi conduct in the war, which has resulted in a growing number of…

School District hires collection agency to recover unpaid student lunch balances

Rhode Island’s Cranston School District hired a collection agency to recover unpaid student lunch balances. In a letter to parents, Raymond Votto Jr., chief operating officer of Cranston Public Schools, said the district has previously tried to collect outstanding lunch bills “without much success.” “In an effort to reduce our unpaid balance, the District has retained the services of a collection agency. The company is Transworld Systems and they will begin their collection efforts effective January 2, 2019,” the letter said. Votto said between September 1, 2016 and June 30, 2018, the school district wrote off $95,508. He said the…

Google Employee Found Dead in Company’s New York City Headquarters

22-year-old Scott Krulcik, a software engineer, is found unconscious on the sixth floor of the company’s Chelsea building. A Google employee was found dead inside Google’s New York City headquarters in Chelsea, TheWrap has learned. A janitor found 22-year-old Scott Krulcik, a software engineer, unconscious on the sixth floor of the building on Eighth Avenue near West 16th Street around 9 p.m. ET on Friday, according to the NYPD. EMS workers tried to resuscitate him but were unsuccessful. Krulcik was pronounced dead at the scene. Krulcik’s body did not show signs of trauma, and there did not appear to be…

SPY SECRETS Truth about CIA’s illegal MKUltra mind-control experiments – using drugs, hypnosis and electronic devices- revealed in sensational new documents officials hid for decades

DISTURBING details of secret mind-control experiments carried out by the CIA have been revealed in newly released documents – that officials have been trying to hide for decades. The new documents, released under the Freedom of Information Act, reveal how the CIA experimented on both humans and animals using drugs, hypnosis and electronic devices as part of the top secret – and illegal – mind control project MKUltra. Shockingly the swathes of information still missing or redacted in the records could mean the CIA is STILL carrying out the experiments to this day, according to experts. One document details how…

Huawei CFO Charged With Fraud, Deemed “Flight Risk” Whose Bail “Couldn’t Be High Enough”

During the first hearing of Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng, Canadian prosecutors have revealed the charges over which the US is seeking her extradition: She has been accused of conspiracy to defraud banks due to what prosecutors allege was an attempt to cover up transactions involving a Huawei subsidiary that violated US sanctions against Iran. Appearing in court wearing a green jumpsuit and without handcuffs, Meng reportedly looked to be in good spirits in a Vancouver courtroom where the prosecutions’ case was detailed publicly for the first time. Specifically, the US alleges that Meng helped conceal the company’s true relationship…

More Zuckerberg crimes EXPOSED: Internal documents prove that Facebook is a lawless, data-mining criminal operation

After weaseling his way through a series of congressional hearings this past spring, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is back in the news following the revelation that his social media empire committed even more crimes with its mishandling of private user data. A bombshell cache of documents recently handed over to lawmakers in the United Kingdom prove once and for all that Facebook repeatedly disregarded the law to get where it is today – as well as show that every single one of its movers and shakers, including Zuckerberg himself, belongs in prison. According to the contents of these…

New Documents Show That Facebook Has Never Deserved Your Trust

Another week, another set of reminders that, while Facebook likes to paint itself as an “optimistic” company that’s simply out to help users and connect the world, the reality is very different.  This week, those reminders include a collection of newly released documents suggesting that the company adopted a host of features and policies even though it knew those choices would harm users and undermine innovation. Yesterday, a member of the United Kingdom’s Parliament published a trove of internal documents from Facebook, obtained as part of a lawsuit by a firm called Six4Three. The emails, memos, and slides shed new…

FBI catches Air Force senior Officer during underage sex sting operation

A man arrested earlier this week during an FBI sex sting for allegedly trying to meet a 14-year-old girl at a Cobb County hotel is confirmed to be a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force and a member of the Georgia Air National Guard, authorities said. Lt. Col. Willie Newson, 47, was placed on leave pending the outcome of a child exploitation investigation, Georgia Department of Defense spokeswoman Desiree Bamba exclusively told AJC.com Thursday. She said he’s on the command staff of Maj. Gen. Jesse T. Simmons Jr., who is the commander of the Georgia Air National Guard. Newson also…

Immigrant children being organ harvested in massive global organ trade racket that’s beginning to be exposed

Nikos Kotzias, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece, has just confirmed the existence of a massive child organ harvesting ring. Kotzias stated in a recent interview that Greek diplomats have been issuing visas to unaccompanied children, with the intent of facilitating the illegal removal of their organs. This is not the first time Kotzias has disclosed the presence of such heinous criminal activity. In October  2018, the former official stated, “We sent 93 cases to the Prosecutor, highly evaluated ambassadors went to jail, but the press did not write about them. Because the person who gives a visa in…

“Blade Runner” Eye-Scanning Lie Detector May Be Coming To A Dystopian Future Near You

A futuristic eye-scanning lie detector reminiscent of the Voight-Kampff device in Blade Runner may be coming to a dystopian future near you. Funded by billionaire Mark Cuban and released in 2014 by startup Converus, the “EyeDetect” examines things like pupil dilation, blink rate and other eye movements to determine whether a person is lying, reports Mark Harris of Wired, who traveled to Converus’ testing center north of Seattle to check it out. Released in 2014 by Converus, a Mark Cuban–funded startup, EyeDetect is pitched by its makers as a faster, cheaper, and more accurate alternative to the notoriously unreliable polygraph. By many measures,…

NXIVM Sex Cult Leader Keith Raniere “Had Sex With 15-Year-Old Slave,” Locked Woman In Room For 2 Years & Approved Of Incest

The facts coming out about the NXIVM sex cult have largely been ignored by the mainstream media, but demonstrates that those of us who have been reporting on pedophile rings in the US are not conspiracy theorists, but actual reporters of the truth the media doesn’t want to tell you about.  The latest news coming out about NXIVM leader Keith Raniere is that he “had sex with a 15-year-old slave,” locked a woman in a room for 2 years because she would not have sex with him, said gang rape was acceptable in some cases and approved of incest. Raniere…

Facebook Employees Are So Paranoid They’re Using Burner Phones to Talk to Each Other

Facebook’s reputation has only continued to get more sullied in recent weeks, and it’s taking a toll on employees. According to a new report Wednesday from BuzzFeed News, things over at the old FB are, well, kind of grim. “People now have burner phones to talk shit about the company — not even to reporters, just to other employees,” one former employee said. Another described the current scene as a “bunker mentality,” meaning that after nearly two years of continuous bad press some people are, to borrow a phrase, leaning in as hard as they can to cope. “It’s otherwise…

MSM Is Getting Weirder, More Frantic, And More Desperate By The Day

When even the Washington Post is saying your Russiagate article is bad journalism, your Russiagate article is really, really bad journalism. In an article titled “The Guardian offered a bombshell story about Paul Manafort. It still hasn’t detonated.”, WaPo writer Pul Farhi draws attention to the fact that it has been a week since the Guardian published a claim that former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort met repeatedly with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, without any evidence backing up the claim, using solely anonymous sources, and despite the claims contradicting known records of Assange’s guests at the Ecuadorian embassy. Criticism and…

HUGE: Major donors to Bill and Hillary Clinton indicted for defrauding U.S. in bid to win $8 billion military contract

They say people are known by the company they keep, and if that’s true, then Bill and Hillary Clinton should find better people to associate with. In late November, the Justice Department announced it had indicted three senior executives at various U.S. defense contractors in connection with a plan to defraud the military in pursuit of an $8 billion troop supply contract. In addition, the Justice Department charged the three individuals with violating the Iran sanctions regime. In a press release, DoJ identified the suspects and charges: Abul Huda Farouki, 75, of McLean, Virginia; his brother Mazen Farouki, 73, of…

Homeland Security creates exclusive “Platinum” spy on your neighbors cam-share club

Looking for that special gift for your family this holiday season? Why not signup for Homeland Security’s “Platinum” spy on your neighbors cam-share club. According to an article in the Advocate, DHS and New Orleans law enforcement have just created a “platinum” spying program that encourages homeowners and business owners to spy on everyone in real-time. “The New Orleans Police & Justice Foundation’s SafeCam NOLA program, which allows residents to register their cameras with NOPD, recently launched its “platinum” program that connects cameras to the Real-Time Crime Center (RTCC). The program debuted in October, and its public launch is among 2019…

The Tunguska Event of 1908 – A Mysterious Blast 1000 Times Stronger Than The Atomic Bomb

It’s truly amazing to be living in a time where most of us are living through a massive change in perception that’s taking place on our planet right now. This perception change encompasses many things but ultimately has to do with the opening of our minds to new concepts of reality that once did not ‘fit in’ as logical thought. This is a common theme throughout history, what was once ridiculed and scoffed at in the past eventually made its way into reality, and we’re currently seeing this when it comes to the extraterrestrial/UFO phenomenon. This phenomenon has been verified…

FAA’s “Integration Pilot UAS Program” is really a national police surveillance drone program (Updated)

This year was full of many disturbing stories, like the one about Bloomberg’s role-playing workshops being used to convince the public to accept police drones equipped with microphones. And another about politicians claiming police drones will help revitalize a downtown and create community connections. None of that could have prepared me for what I discovered after looking into the FAA’s drone program. Last month an article in Nextgov caught my attention with the headline “Surveying the public in a city being used as a federal drone testing site.” Those first three words “surveying the public, sounds an awful lot like…

Top US general admits war in Afghanistan is at stalemate, still no plans to reinforce NATO troops

The US troops won’t leave Kabul and will train Afghan forces fighting a stalemate against the Taliban, a top US general, Marine Lt. Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, has said. However, he stopped short of pledging more US troops. McKenzie, who is set to become the next head of US Central Command, was grilled by lawmakers of the Senate Armed Service Committee on Tuesday, when he was forced to admit that there is no feasible deadline for the US troops to end the 17-year campaign. “I do know that today it would be very difficult for (the Afghan security forces) to survive…

This Anti-Gun Bill Would Require the Social Media History and Internet Search History of Prospective Buyers

In New York (the state, not just the city) there’s a rather Orwellian gun bill on the table that would require would-be firearm purchasers to turn over 3 years of their social media history and one year of their internet search history if they want to buy a gun. “A three-year review of a social media profile would give an easy profile of a person who is not suitable to hold and possess a firearm,” said Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, who has proposed the legislation with New York State Senator Kevin Parker. (source) Applicants to purchase a gun would be…

10 wonders of the solar system

Our solar system is big. Way big. In fact, if Earth were the size of a marble, the solar system out to Neptune would cover an area the size of San Francisco. Within this vastness lies an array of celestial wonders: the sun with its surface of plasma, the Earth with its abundance of life and massive oceans, the mesmerizing clouds of Jupiter, to name a few. For this particular list, we’ve decided to highlight some well-known celestial wonders, as well as a few you might not know about. With new discoveries happening all the time, and so much left…

George H. Walker Bush: The Bush Family and the Mexican Drug Cartel

George H. W. Bush had developed close personal ties with Carlos Salinas de Gortari and his father, Raul Salinas Lozano who, according to the Dallas Morning News (February 27, 1997) was “a leading figure in narcotics dealings that also involved his son, Raul Salinas de Gortari…   The following text was published in May 2015 under the title  Jeb Bush, the Mexican Drug Cartel and “Free Trade”. The Bush Family and Organized Crime  *** Jeb Bush is a presidential candidate.  [2015] But Jeb is not only the brother of George W. and the son of George H. W. Bush. Jeb Bush also…

Mastercard and Microsoft have a frightening plan to create universal “digital identities”

Sometimes a business inadvertently drops the pretense and just tells the world its real intentions. We saw this yesterday, when Amazon bragged about how it “allowed” an employee to lose 100 pounds by endlessly delivering boxes. Amazon saw this as a heartwarming tale about how great it is to work for the e-commerce juggernaut. It completely missed the subtext: Who needs a gym when someone can physically labor for their corporate overlord and lose weight? Now we have another, possibly darker example. Mastercard announced a new partnership with Microsoft that is tackling “digital identities.” Here’s how it described the project…

BEWARE: New Plan to Censor Health Websites

Americans’ trust in the media is at an all-time low. According to a 2017 Survey on Trust, Media and Democracy1 by the Knight Foundation, 43 percent of Americans have a negative view of news media compared to 33 percent reporting a positive view, while 66 percent believe “most news media do not do a good job of separating fact from opinion.” Seventy-three percent believe the proliferation of “fake news” on the internet is a major problem, and only half feel confident that readers can get to the facts by sorting through bias. However, individual perception about what is true and…

Sandy Hook’s ‘Leonard Pozner’ sues Professor James Fetzer and publisher

Leonard Pozner” is the alleged father of alleged Sandy Hook child-victim Noah Pozner whose image, mysteriously, was among the posters of those who were killed by the Taliban in the Army Public School shooting massacre in Peshawar, Pakistan, on December 16, 2014, two years after Sandy Hook. See “Sandy Hook Child Victim Noah Pozner Was Killed Twice! Also a Victim in Pakistan Taliban Shooting!” The name “Leonard Pozner” is between quotation marks because that persona may not be real. In fact, people search engines Spokeo and TruthFinder say there is no such person named “Leonard Pozner” in all of the United States. Professor James…

Ex-Marine admits he lured Seth Rich Investigator Jack Burkman to a hotel parking garage, then shot him

A man who worked as an investigator for conspiracy theorist Jack Burkman will serve nine years in prison for shooting and wounding his ex-boss in a complicated plot involving a fake FBI exposé. Kevin Doherty, 46, said little as Judge William T. Newman Jr. sentenced him Monday for malicious wounding and use of a firearm in commission of a felony, but he acknowledged the veracity of a set of facts read by Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Evie Eastman detailing his “serious falling out” with Burkman and the “grand ruse” he concocted in revenge. Eastman said Doherty lured Burkman to a hotel…

Children’s Hospital Pharmaceutical Director Embezzles 4 million dollars from hospital

Nebraska’s Attorney General is asking the Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services Public Health Division to take disciplinary action against the former pharmacy director of Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. Investigators allege Lisa Kwapniowski embezzled more than $4-million from the hospital. In a petition, Attorney General Doug Peterson outlines the case alleging that beginning in 2012, Kwapniowski falsified invoices to Children’s Hospital for a made-up drug called “Broxcilam” — and that those payments were forwarded to a company called “RxSYnergy” — a company she created. The document from the AG indicates Kwapniowski admitted to submitting claims and receiving compensation…

Sears pensioners hope to recoup their losses in $509M lawsuit

A court decision has given Sears Canada retirees hope they can recoup some of the millions of dollars missing from the now-defunct retailer’s underfunded pension plan. An Ontario Superior Court judge on Monday gave the green light to two lawsuits targeting U.S. billionaire businessman, Eddie Lampert and his hedge fund, ESL Investments, in connection with $509 million in dividends paid to Sears Canada shareholders in 2013. The lawsuits — each initiated on behalf of Sears creditors including pensioners — centre on the same claim that the $509-million payout was detrimental to the company and orchestrated by Sears Canada’s largest shareholders — Lampert and ESL — for their own benefit. The…

Jeffrey Epstein: Wealthy sex offender settles suit, averting victim testimony

A last-minute settlement was reached Tuesday in a long-running Florida lawsuit involving a politically connected financier accused of sexually abusing dozens of teenage girls, clearing the way for the victims’ lawyers to try to unravel a once-secret agreement that prevented federal criminal prosecution of the financier. The non-prosecution agreement protecting Jeffrey Epstein was negotiated a decade ago by prosecutors in the South Florida U.S. attorney’s office, which was then run by current Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta. It is the subject of a separate federal lawsuit in Florida filed by victims who say the deal trampled their rights to be heard.…

Wells Fargo computer glitch blamed as hundreds lose their homes

Wells Fargo says a computer glitch is partly to blame for an error affecting an estimated 545 customers who lost their homes. The giant bank filed papers with the Securities and Exchange Commission last month, revealing it incorrectly denied 870 loan modification requests. About 60 percent of those homeowners went into foreclosure. Legislators, housing advocates, regulators and most importantly, the people who lost their homes – people like Jose Aguilar – are asking how this happened. “It’s been very hard for me. It’s something I wouldn’t wish upon anybody,” Aguilar told CBS News correspondent Anna Werner. These days, Aguilar can…