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Florida is about to make it a “hate crime” to “demonize” Israel…

The Senate Monday may have given Gov. Ron DeSantis the perfect agenda-sweetener for his Florida Cabinet meeting next month in Jerusalem – a signing ceremony for a new Florida law requiring public schools to treat anti-Semitism as discrimination, and anti-Semitic speech and acts as racist speech and acts. The Florida Senate unanimously approved House Bill 741 with all 39 members on the chamber floor Monday signing on as co-sponsors. HB 741 – approved by the House 114-0 on April 11 – was substituted for its Senate companion bill, Senate Bill 1272, which had only progressed through one committee, on the…

Abortion ban is a smokescreen for IRAN

Anyone paying attention has already known that conflict with Iran is inevitable, and will occur sooner rather than later. The warlords in control of our foreign policy have been pushing for it for over a decade. The timing of this controversial abortion legislation is perfect for turning the domestic conversation away from our continuing provocations of Iran, a subject that anyone with critical thought can see through for what it is. But a touchy subject like abortion is more divisive, more close to home, but ultimately bird fodder for those in power who are less concerned. This is another demonstration…

Modern art is money laundering…

A sculpture by US pop artist Jeff Koons has sold for $91.1m (£71m), breaking the record price for a work by a living artist. Christie’s in New York sold Rabbit, a 41in (104cm) steel cast of an inflatable created in 1986, for more than $20m over its estimated price. It beats the previous record set by British artist David Hockney in November. Art dealer Robert Mnuchin reportedly made the winning bid. Mr Mnuchin, father of US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, purchased the sculpture on behalf of a client, reports say. On its website Christie’s described Rabbit as “cute, sinister, cartoonish,…


White House launches tool to report censorship on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter

On Wednesday, the White House launched a new tool for people to use if they feel they’ve been wrongly censored, banned, or suspended on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. “Too many Americans have seen their accounts suspended, banned, or fraudulently reported for unclear ‘violations’ of user policies,” the site reads. “No matter your views, if you suspect political bias caused such an action to be taken against you, share your story with President Trump.” A Twitter spokesperson responded to the new tool saying, “We enforce the Twitter Rules impartially for all users, regardless of their background or political…

Man fined for hiding face from police facial recognition camera

A man was fined £90 for refusing to show his face to police trialling new facial recognition software. The man pulled his jumper up above his chin as he walked past Met Police officers trialling Live Facial Recognition software in east London. BBC cameras filmed as officers swooped on the man, told him to ‘wind his neck in’ then handed him the hefty penalty charge. A campaigner from Big Brother Watch – who were protesting the use of cameras on the day – was also filmed telling an officer: ‘I would have done the same.’ Police said they made three…


Hackers can fake radio signals to hijack aircraft landing systems, warn researchers. Attackers could potentially change the course of a flight using $600 worth of commercially available equipment

Hackers could hijack the systems used to guide planes by compromising and spoofing the radio signals that are used during landing. That’s according to a team of researchers at Northeastern University in Boston, who have detailed their research in a recently published white paper. “Modern aircraft heavily rely on several wireless technologies for communications, control, and navigation. Researchers demonstrated vulnerabilities in many aviation systems,” said the academics. “However, the resilience of the aircraft landing systems to adversarial wireless attacks have not yet been studied in the open literature, despite their criticality and the increasing availability of low-cost software-defined radio (SDR) platforms.”…

Cash-Strapped Cities Are Turning Citizens Into Ticket Vigilantes

Washington, D.C. plans to join a growing list of cash-strapped cities that turn citizens into ticket vigilantes. According to a Fox5 News article, Bill B23-0288 would allow 80 citizens, ten in each of D.C.’s eight wards to print out parking tickets and citations. These government shills will be tasked with spying on motorists and ticketing them if they park too long or violate parking rules. Reason.com warns, “these new citizen parking enforcers would be accountable to no one.” If you think you had problems with your neighbor(s) before, just wait until they have the power to ticket anyone. Apparently, turning your neighbor…

Monsanto Kept Dossiers On Influential People In France and Across Europe, Previously Paid Sir Richard Doll To Alter Scientific Research

Bayer (Monsanto), the formerly merged company of potentially two of the evilest businesses in history is now under fire for keeping a dossier on influential people such as journalists in France, and according to Monsanto, they did the same across Europe, Reuters reported. French prosecutors allege that Monsanto kept a file of 200 names, including journalists and lawmakers in hopes of influencing positions on pesticides. The investigation was opened after newspaper Le Monde filed a complaint alleging the bribery. Monsanto admitted in a press conference with journalists that other countries in Europe were also affected by its lists. “It’s safe…

Tesla Issues Software Update To Prevent Cars From Randomly Bursting Into Flames

For those that were alarmed by our reports over the last three weeks of Teslas in China and Hong Kong appearing to spontaneously combust, don’t worry: there’s a software update for that. At least, that is the company line that Tesla wants you to believe while it continues to investigate the cause of recent incidents of parked Tesla vehicles catching fire for apparently no reason at all. Tesla has started putting out a software update that will change battery charge and thermal management settings in Model S sedans and Model X SUVs, according to TechCrunch. Tesla claims that the software update…


If The Chinese Were Upset Before, Now They Are Going To Be Absolutely Furious After Trump’s Latest Move

President Trump is doubling down on his tough approach with China, and apparently he has decided that now is the time to cripple their most important tech company. Huawei Technologies sells more telecommunications equipment than anyone else in the entire world, and it was anticipated that they would be one of the global leaders in the rollout of 5G networks all over the planet. The company ranks 72nd on the Fortune Global 500 list, and at this point they sell more phones than Apple does. Essentially, Huawei is China’s version of Apple, and the company is greatly loved by the…

Economy Alert: Retail Sales and Industrial Production Slump In April

The Federal Reserve announced Wednesday in a downbeat report that the United States’ industrial production slumped in April. The Fed’s report also included sharp downward revisions for other important segments of the U.S. economy. According to Market Watch, capacity utilization fell sharply to 77.9% from an upwardly revised 78.8%. Most major market groups reported worse production in April, the Fed said. There were drops in automotive, chemical products and consumer energy products. Excluding autos, manufacturing production fell 0.3%. Data on retail sales was also released yesterday and it had shown a 0.2% decline when economists had estimated a .2% spike.…

Wired and tired: Screen time linked to downward spiral in kids

Excessive exposure to the artificial light emitted by electronic gadgets is responsible for the increasing number of “wired and tired” kids who are either keyed up and easily enraged or apathetic and depressed. The best way to deal with this problem is to decrease the inordinate amount of time kids spend using electronics every day. The brain of a child is highly sensitive to electronics. The more time he or she spends staring at a glowing screen, the worse the effects on his or her brain. Interactive screen time involving emails, games, texting, and the use of internet and social media is considered to be the…

Public Banned From Seeing School Shooting Case Involving Transgender Anti-Trump Culprit

The case of two anti-Trump leftists, one of whom is transgender, who shot up a school in Denver last week has been placed under seal by a judge, banning the public from seeing it. Devon Erickson, 18, and Alec McKinney, 16, opened fire on two classrooms at the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) charter school in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, on May 7, killing one student and injuring eight others. 16-year-old Alec McKinney identifies as male but is biologically female, having been born Maya Elizabeth McKinney. Following the shooting, it emerged that his accomplice Erickson had posted anti-Christian and anti-Trump…


Watch:Robert F. Kennedy Shares Bombshell Information About The Gardasil Vaccine (Video)

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.—“Many of the things I’m going to say today would be slanderous if they weren’t true. And, if they are not true, then Merck should sue me. But Merck won’t do that. And they won’t do that because in the United States, truth is an absolute defense against slander.”  This must-watch video details the many problems with the development and safety of Merck’s third-highest grossing product, Gardasil. Children’s Health Defense (CHD) and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., CHD’s Chairman and Chief Legal Counsel, ask that you watch and share this video so that you, and others, may make…

Trump Administration Plans to Delay Auto Tariffs by Up to Six Months – Reports

Trump administration reportedly plans to delay auto tariffs, allowing itself a 180-day window to come to a decision as long as it is negotiating with its counterparts in order to avoid more global trade disputes. The White House faces a Saturday deadline to decide whether to slap duties on car and auto part imports over national security concerns. However, according to a source briefed on the talks, an administration official and two foreign officials cited by CNBC, the decision to impose auto tariffs could be delayed by up to six months as the administration risks sparking fresh global trade clashes. US President Donald Trump has been mulling whether to use a…

Washable, wearable battery-like devices could be woven directly into clothes

Washable, wearable ‘batteries’: based on cheap, safe and environmentally-friendly inks and woven directly into fabrics, have been developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge. Wearable electronic components incorporated directly into fabrics have been developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge. The devices could be used for flexible circuits, healthcare monitoring, energy conversion, and other applications. The Cambridge researchers, working in collaboration with colleagues at Jiangnan University in China, have shown how graphene – a two-dimensional form of carbon – and other related materials can be directly incorporated into fabrics to produce charge storage elements such as capacitors, paving…

Censorship is how the radical, lawless Left is marching America into a “one party state” where dissent is criminalized

Freedom Center founder David Horowitz had his Twitter account suspended the other day for no apparent reason other than the fact that he’s not a lunatic Leftist. One of the latest incidents of blatant censorship by Big Tech against yet another respectable conservative voice with a large online presence and a considerable following, Horowitz was effectively barred from communicating with his supporters, depriving him of his right to free speech. In case you’re unfamiliar with him and his Freedom Center, which he founded back in 1968, Horowitz has been a longtime defender and promoter of a free American society which,…

Drivers Beware: The Deadly Perils of Traffic Stops in the American Police State

If you’re nervous about traffic stops, you have every reason to be. Trying to predict the outcome of any encounter with the police is a bit like playing Russian roulette: most of the time you will emerge relatively unscathed, although decidedly poorer and less secure about your rights, but there’s always the chance that an encounter will turn deadly. According to the Justice Department, the most common reason for a citizen to come into contact with the police is being a driver in a traffic stop. On average, one in 10 Americans gets pulled over by police. Indeed, police officers have been given free…

BOMBSHELL: Bayer discovers “black ops” division run by Monsanto, shuts it down, initiates internal investigation as law enforcement prepares criminal charges against the chemical giant

For over a decade, Monsanto has been engaged in building and maintaining “hit lists” of journalists, lawmakers and regulators to be taken out if they opposed the evil agenda of GMOs and toxic glyphosate weed killer chemicals that now inundate the world food supply. Any influential person who opposed the Monsanto agenda was subjected to one or more of the following: Attempted bribery Death threats and intimidation Character assassination through well-funded “negative P.R.” campaigns Defamation via coordinated Wikipedia attacks, run by Monsanto operatives Career destruction, such as getting scientists blacklisted from science journals Being doxxed, having their home addresses publicized…

Oregon vaccine bill dead. No mandatory vaccinations

The bill is dead. Oregon lawmakers were, thankfully, able to kill a bill that would have put mandatory vaccinations on the books. “Despite passing the House and having the necessary votes in the Senate, the measure to make it harder for families to opt out of required vaccinations was nixed as part of a deal announced Monday to end a week-long Republican walkout over a multibillion school funding tax. Under the vaccination measure, sponsored by state Rep. Cheri Helt, R-Bend, children would only have been be able to forgo vaccine requirements with a doctor’s note, otherwise they’d be unable to…

Millennials besieged by chronic illness: From age 27, it’s all “downhill”

NOTE: There can be no denying that America’s children and young adults are at a critical juncture. Unless we start admitting what we already know about environmental culprits and become willing to do something about them, children, young adults and our nation are going to continue to get short-changed. Millennials (the generation born between the early 1980s and approximately the mid-1990s) just got some bad news. Health insurance data from 2017 show that many of them, especially older millennials in their mid-30s, are facing unprecedented levels of mental and physical illness. …over half (54%) of millennial respondents reported having been…

UK police seize spoon, serving forks, spatula, meat skewers in ‘weapons’ sweep

Police in the United Kingdom want to public to know they’re working to combat violence on city streets, where ordinary kitchen utensils transform into deadly weapons – some more deadly than others. Yesterday we conducted weapons sweeps,dealt with a person injured from a van reversing on them, reported a burglary and collected all these from @scope charity shop who diligently didn’t want them to get into the wrong hands & disposed of correctly & safely pic.twitter.com/GNfxZd6iGd — Regents Park Police (@MPSRegentsPark) May 14, 2019 “Yesterday we conducted weapons sweeps, dealt with a person injured from a van reversing on them,…

Out of touch Lyft executive suggests drivers become mechanics after they’re replaced by self-driving robo-taxis

Lyft‘s head of operations has an interesting new metaphor for the ride-hailing drivers that power the company’s service. Speaking at the Smart Cities conference in New York on Tuesday, chief operating officer Jon McNeill compared drivers today, facing an impending revolution from autonomous technology, to the telephone switchboard workers of decades past. “In the early 70s, you couldn’t make a long-distance call because the local phone network had separate hardware from the long-distance phone number, so a human being, an operator, had to literally connect those two networks for you to make a long-distance call,” he said. “There were hundreds…

Google Payment Privacy Settings Hidden Behind Special URL

Update 5/15/19 1:07 PM EST: Google has replied to our questions with the following statement: “All users are currently able to access these privacy settings via the ‘Google Payments privacy settings page’ link in the Google Pay privacy notice. The different settings views described here are an issue resulting from a previous software update and we are working to fix this right away so that these privacy settings are always visible on pay.google.com.” It has been discovered that Google is hiding three Google Pay privacy settings unless you access the service’s Settings screen through a special URL. These settings allow you…

The Trump Administration Is Thirsty for War, Intelligence Be Damned

It was reported on Monday that the Trump administration has concocted a plan that involves sending 120,000 troops to the Middle East to counter a potential Iranian attack on American forces. Whatever threat may exist is almost entirely of the president’s own design. Since Trump rebuffed allies, experts and his own administration in removing the United States from the Iran nuclear deal last year, tension between the two nations has escalated steadily. Both have seemed especially jittery in the past few months as the U.S. continues to ramp up sanctions aimed at crippling Iran’s economy. But it seems like the…

Undermining Trump-Bolton War Narrative, British General Says No Evidence of ‘Increased Threat’ From Iran

A British general threw a wrench into the Trump administration’s narrative that Iran is plotting attacks on American troops in the Middle East by telling reporters gathered at the Pentagon Tuesday that “there’s been no increased threat from Iranian-backed forces” in the region. “We monitor them along with a whole range of others because that’s the environment we’re in,” said Maj. Gen. Chris Ghika, speaking via video from Baghdad. “If the threat level seems to go up then we’ll raise our force protection measures accordingly.” Apparently eager to squash the general’s remarks, the U.S. Central Command issued a statement just…

Widespread layoffs across Disney and Fox…

EXCLUSIVE UPDATED WITH MORE NAMES: Just under two months after the Walt Disney Company officially took control of the majority of Fox’s film and TV assets in a seismic $71.3 billion deal, another round of lay-offs are slicing through Burbank and over on Pico Boulevard. A Disney spokesperson has confirmed to Deadline that people are being pink-slipped but gave no further details. However, sources inform us that the cuts are wide-spread across Walt Disney Studios. At the same time we also hear that the latest round of cuts look to be more extensive that the previous layoffs that have occurred…

Anthony Weiner Released From Prison After Serving 18 Months for Sexting Teenager: “I hope to be able to live a life of integrity and service.”

Anthony D. Weiner, the former New York congressman, walked out of a halfway house on Tuesday morning after his release from federal custody and told reporters, “I hope to be able to live a life of integrity and service.” It was an optimistic note for a once-brash politician who was a rising Democratic star until multiple sexting scandals ended his political career, strained his marriage and, ultimately, got him sent to federal prison. Despite his fall from grace, Mr. Weiner sounded hopeful after serving 18 months of a 21-month sentence that he received in 2017 for sending sexually explicit texts…

Police Use Lexis Nexis Facial Recognition To Identify Your Family And Friends

What is it going to take for Americans to realize that law enforcement has become an extension of Big Brother? All across the country, police officers are secretly using facial recognition to identify neighbors and people of interest. Police already have a history of abusing criminal record searches like CORI. Ex-State Trooper Michael Szymanski said, “I can’t tell you how many times I saw troopers run their next-door neighbor through CORI, run their old girlfriends’ names, or run someone who they’re having a dispute with,” he said. “I’ve seen a million different guys using CORI inappropriately.” Keep in mind that police…

The smog is so bad in Mexico City that officials are telling people to stay indoors

Mexico City has declared a smog emergency, warning residents to avoid spending time outdoors. From Mexico News Daily: At least 23 fires were reported in Mexico City yesterday, affecting nearly all of the capital’s 16 boroughs and contributing to poor air quality. To avoid possible respiratory ailments, the commission recommended that residents remain indoors with windows and doors shut, and avoid intense exercise or other outdoor recreational activities. According to Wikipedia: “after loosening regulations in 2015 by the Mexico City government, air pollution has steadily increased in recent years in Greater Mexico City.” SOURCE: BOING BOING

Why is the US always ‘stumbling’ or ‘sliding’ into war? How the media misleads with language

The way the mainstream media tells it, the United States never, ever ends up embroiled in wars and military conflicts on purpose — only ever by mistake, or as a result of things like ‘bad planning’ or ‘strategic missteps’. Very often when media coverage of war is analysed, there is a focus on how hawkish pundits cheerlead for conflict and journalists parrot official narratives while dissenting voices are drowned out. Mainstream networks, for example, have been heavily criticized by media watchdogs for almost exclusively inviting pro-war guests and ex-military hawks onto their news shows to convince Americans that war is…

Canada now CRIMINALIZING Christianity; public demonstrations to be completely outlawed

Not only is it becoming increasingly obvious that Western liberals are becoming anti-Christian, they are also becoming increasingly authoritarian when it comes to the practice of Christianity by others. Most Americans have this image of Canada as some liberal utopia where health care is free (and good), there is no such thing as violence, and freedom rings. While our northern neighbor is certainly dominated by liberals, the country is a far cry from a utopia. In fact, it’s getting to be a far cry from being free. As Big League Politics reports, lawmakers in the province of Ontario are considering…

‘Stinks to High Heaven’: Calls to Investigate Trump Labor Board’s Gift to Uber Amid Stock Market Struggles

Uber was in serious need of a lift after a “bleak” and “disappointing” stock market debut last week, and President Donald Trump’s National Labor Relations Board gave it just that Tuesday by ruling that the company’s drivers are independent contractors—and thus don’t have the rights of traditional employees. In addition to denouncing the substance of the ruling—which could make it virtually impossible for Uber drivers to form a union and bargain for better pay—labor rights advocates raised questions about the NLRB’s decision to release its memorandum amid Uber’s stock market struggles, particularly given that the document was dated April 16.…

The Chances Of A Recession In The Next Two Years Are “Extremely High”

Chief investment officer Jeffrey Gundlach of DoubleLine Capital sees the chances of a recession within the next two years as “extremely high,” he said on an asset-allocation webcast on Tuesday.  Gundlach says there are obvious weaknesses beginning to become visible in the United States economy. Gundlach says what other economic analysists have also said: there is going to be a recession, but we should all have sufficient time to prepare for it.  We should all be getting better at seeing the writing on the wall at this point.  Gundlach claims there’s only about a 30% chance of a recession in…

ALL major U.S. cellphone companies guilty of privacy violations: Bombshell report reveals they track you and sell your location data to bounty hunters

Is your mobile phone carrier illegally selling your GPS location data to bounty hunters without your knowledge or consent? A new report says it’s a strong possibility, as it exposes pretty much every major cellphone carrier as a culprit in a massive privacy breach and surveillance scheme that’s apparently been taking place for years under the radar. According to Motherboard (VICE), AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint are all guilty of violating their customers’ privacy rights, as they’ve been pawning off for profit sensitive location data about their users that was intended to be collected for 911 operators and other emergency services.…

Family Sues After Video Shows Cop Mow Down Boy with Cruiser for Improper Bicycle Light

As TFTP previously reported, the Sacramento police department released the body and dashboard camera footage from an incident last July in which an officer attempted to cause grave injury to a child by running him over with his cruiser. The child’s crime? He was riding his bicycle without the proper lighting. Now, the taxpayers are going to be held liable for this cop’s actions. Oakland attorney John Burris filed the lawsuit this week citing a a “string of recent excessive force incidents” by Sacramento police. The lawsuit alleges the officer’s use of excessive force, assault, battery and negligent infliction of…

Non-citizens commit 42% of federal crimes, despite being 7% of population

A new federal report shows non-citizens in the United States commit nearly half of all federal crimes, or more than six times their proportion to the American population. For 2017, data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey shows non-citizens comprise about 7 percent of the country’s population, but the 2018 Annual Report and Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics shows they committed more than 40 percent of all federal crimes. The United States Sentencing Commission reviewed 321,000 sentencing documents s in fiscal year 2018 and outlined several statistics in the annual report: In fiscal year 2018, the courts reported…

WhatsApp: Malicious Spyware Has All The Markings Of “Government Sponsored Surveillance”

WhatsApp has asked users to update their systems after a malicious attack.  The cyber attack is complete with all the hallmarks of a “government-sponsored surveillance” attempt. The messaging and audio app owned by Facebook said Monday that malicious hackers were able to install spyware on Android smartphones and Apple iPhones and is asking users to make sure their security is up to date.  But more alarming, is that this looks like the government wants to spy on its own people who use the WhatsApp app. “The attack has all the hallmarks of a private company reportedly that works with governments…

Alabama Senate Passes Law to Ban Almost All Abortions in State

The Alabama Senate passed legislation that bans nearly all abortions in the state on Tuesday evening, sending the measure to Gov. Kay Ivey’s desk to be signed into law. The bill would make it a felony for a doctor to perform or attempt an abortion during any stage of pregnancy. Anyone performing an abortion could be punished by 10 to 99 years in prison, but no criminal charges would be filed against the person undergoing the procedure. The measure would ban abortions in virtually all instances in Alabama. The House approved a version of the bill that had an exception for the mother’s health, yet removed the exceptions for rape and incest during the Senate…

Big Brother backlash? San Francisco becomes first US city to ban facial recognition

The city of San Francisco has voted to ban the use of facial recognition tech by local law enforcement and other agencies, becoming the first to take such a step toward rolling back the tide of intrusive tech-enabled policing. “The propensity for facial recognition technology to endanger civil rights and civil liberties substantially outweighs its purported benefits, and the technology will exacerbate racial injustice and threaten our ability to live free of continuous government monitoring,” the Stop Secret Surveillance Ordinance reads. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted 8 to 1 to pass the legislation. The new law makes it…

Allies Fear US-Iran Tensions Could Accidentally Spark War

International worries that the Trump administration is sliding toward war with Iran flared into the open amid skepticism about its claims that the Islamic Republic poses a growing threat to the U.S. and its allies in the Persian Gulf and beyond. The U.S. military on Tuesday rebutted doubts expressed by a British general about such a threat. President Trump denied a report that the administration has updated plans to send more than 100,000 troops to counter Iran if necessary. But Trump then stirred the controversy further by saying: “Would I do that? Absolutely.” The general’s remarks exposed international skepticism over…

China Calls For “People’s War” Against The US, Vows To “Fight For A New World”

While market mood has shifted diametrically from yesterday, with stocks sharply higher on Tuesday following what has widely been interpreted as conciliatory comments from both president Trump and various members of China’s ruling elite, one would be hard pressed to find any de-escalation amid the Chinese press commentaries written in the aftermath of the latest escalation in trade war between the US and China. In a series of editorials and op-ed articles published Monday and Tuesday, Chinese state media slammed what it labeled the Trump administration’s “greed and arrogance“, called for a “people’s war” targeting the US “with precision” as…

U.S. Birth Rate Plunges to All Time Low

The U.S. birth rate has hit a record low of 1.7, well below the replacement rate of 2.1, as more women choose careers over having families. According to figures released by the CDC, the number of live births in the U.S. dropped to 3.8 million last year, which is the lowest level in 32 years. Tumbling fertility rates combined with women choosing careers over babies is being blamed for the decline, with only women aged 35-44 seeing an increase in birth rates. Birth rates for all other age groups is in decline, most dramatically amongst teens aged 15-19, with the…

Isaac Kappy, An Actor Talking About Hollywood Pedophilia & Naming Names Has Died

When it comes to pedophilia in Hollywood, it’s not a secret anymore. Multiple famous child actors like Elijah Wood have spoken up about this problem that plagues the industry. Corey Feldman, one of the biggest childhood actors of all time, said that pedophilia is “the biggest problem in Hollywood.” This is an issue that is tied to a great deal of power, and it seems some very powerful people are involved and that’s why the issue continues to occur. Smallville actress Allison Mack, for example, was recently arrested for her involvement in a “sex cult,”  a few months after these…

State Passes Groundbreaking Bill Allowing K-12 Students to Consume Medical Marijuana at School

Last month, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill allowing students to consume medical marijuana at school. The new law expands the state’s medical marijuana program despite federal prohibition. A bipartisan coalition of two representatives and a senator sponsored House Bill 1095 (HB1095). Under the new law, school districts in the state must allow students with a medical marijuana card and parental permission to consume marijuana-infused products for medical purposes on school grounds, aboard a school bus, or while attending a school-sponsored event. Schools will be required to formulate policies accomodating such students. The House passed the final version of…

Facebook to Put Extra Limits on Livestream, Ads Over Christchurch Massacre

The US tech giant announced that it will tighten rules in order to curb the spread of hate and terrorist ideas online in the aftermath of New Zealand’s mosque shootings, which were livestreamed on Facebook. The news comes ahead of the “Tech for Good” summit, which gathers tech executives and world leaders. The social media platform is introducing a “one-strike” policy for its Facebook Live feature, which will temporarily restrict access for users who have broken the social network’s guidelines and faced disciplinary action, the company said in a statement.  Facebook will ban first-time offenders from using the feature for set periods of time; the list…

Right Beneath Your Feet: The Hidden Reality of Deep Underground Military Bases

Secrecy runs rampant in our world, and multiple investigations have uncovered that trillions upon trillions of our tax dollars are going towards programs that we have no idea even exist. It’s amazing how much money is scraped off of each paycheque, and how much money multiple small and big businesses pay. We are told that it’s necessary, that this is the money going towards various programs that are responsible for building our schools, employing people for necessary services and infrastructure, among many other things. It’s truly amazing how much money governments rake in from taxes, and it’s even more astonishing how…

Bayer appears to have made a hit list

According to the French paper, Le Monde, “Monsanto in 2016 kept secret scores on more than 200 politicians, journalists and agricultural leaders.”1 And on Friday, a Paris prosecutor opened a preliminary inquiry into the file (whose existence was first reported by Le Monde and the TV channel France2). RELATED STORY: Analysis: EPA ignored scientific research showing Monsanto’s glyphosate causes cancer It remains to be seen what will come of the inquiry but we do know that the following names were present on slides shown by Monsanto: Dr. Joseph Mercola, Jeffrey Smith, Vandana Shiva, and one other person very close to us…

Colorado mom gets total hysterectomy to treat cancer that she never had

Taylor Castillo, was trying to have more kids and needed help in the summer of 2018 but instead of help she was told she had cancer. And so, for eight weeks she “prepared herself, her husband, and her young daughter for the very real possibility that she might die”1 only to find out that the test was contaminated, and she never had cancer at all. “Stunned by a uterine cancer diagnosis – doctors called it high-grade serous carcinoma – the 36-year-old understood what everyone was telling her. A hysterectomy was her best, if not only, option. On Aug. 27, 2018,…

Isaac Kappy Dead: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Isaac Kappy, the “Thor” actor who choked Paris Jackson and accused Steven Spielberg of abuse, has died after jumping off of a bridge in Arizona. Kappy’s death was confirmed in a statement from the Arizona Department of Public Safety on May 14. Kappy killed himself on May 13. The ADPS said that troopers were called to milepost 185 at Transwestern Road at 7:26 a.m. after hearing reports that a man had jumped from a bridge over the interstate in Bellemont, Arizona, and had been hit by a car. At the time of his death, Kappy was 42 years old. Bellemont…

Ohio Middle School Closed After Enriched Uranium Discovered Inside

An Ohio school has been forced to close for the remainder of the academic year after enriched uranium was discovered inside. Neptunium 237—a byproduct of nuclear reaction and plutonium production—was also detected inside Zahn’s Corner Middle School in the town of Piketon, about 80 miles east of Cincinnati, WLWT reported. Both substances are radioactive, and extended exposure to them can cause cancer. The middle school serves about 320 students, and officials have been working to determine the source of the contamination and establish its extent. They have not ruled out a longer school closure. Scioto Valley Local School District Superintendent Todd Burkitt made the decision…

Courts to Government Officials: Stop Censoring on Social Media.

The Internet, and social media in particular, is uniquely designed to promote free expression, so much so that the Supreme Court has recognized social media as the “most important places” for speech and sharing viewpoints. Like most of us. government agencies and officials have created social media profiles and use them to connect directly with people at a scale previously unheard of. But some public officials, by silencing critics, are using these pages as a tool of censorship rather than a tool of governance. Thankfully, courts are stepping in to make sure that long-established protections for speech in physical spaces…

Intel Flaw Lets Hackers Siphon Secrets from Millions of PCs

More than a year has passed since security researchers revealed Meltdown and Spectre, a pair of flaws in the deep-seated, arcane features of millions of chip sold by Intel and AMD, putting practically every computer in the world at risk. But even as chipmakers scrambled to fix those flaws, researchers warned that they weren’t the end of the story, but the beginning—that they represented a new class of security vulnerability that would no doubt surface again and again. Now, some of those same researchers have uncovered yet another flaw in the deepest guts of Intel’s microscopic hardware. This time, it…

Yes, Americans can opt-out of airport facial recognition — here’s how

Whether you like it or not, facial recognition tech to check in for your flight will soon be coming to an airport near you. More than a dozen U.S. airports are already rolling out the technology, with many more to go before the U.S. government hits its target of enrolling the largest 20 airports in the country before 2021. Facial recognition is highly controversial and has many divided. On the one hand, it reduces paper tickets and is meant to be easier for travelers to check in at the airport before their flight. But facial recognition also has technical problems.…

Adobe Tells Users They Can Get Sued for Using Old Versions of Photoshop. “You are no longer licensed to use the software,” Adobe told them.

Adobe is warning some owners of its Creative Cloud software applications that they’re no longer allowed to use older versions of the software. It’s yet another example of how in the modern era, you increasingly don’t actually own the things you’ve spent your hard-earned money on. Adobe this week began sending some users of its Lightroom Classic, Photoshop, Premiere, Animate, and Media Director programs a letter warning them that they were no longer legally authorized to use the software they may have thought they owned. “We have recently discontinued certain older versions of Creative Cloud applications and and a result,…

AT&T promised 7,000 new jobs to get tax break—it cut 23,000 jobs instead

AT&T has cut more than 23,000 jobs since receiving a big tax cut at the end of 2017, despite lobbying heavily for the tax cut by claiming that it would create thousands of jobs. AT&T in November 2017 pushed for the corporate tax cut by promising to invest an additional $1 billion in 2018, with CEO Randall Stephenson saying that “every billion dollars AT&T invests is 7,000 hard-hat jobs. These are not entry-level jobs. These are 7,000 jobs of people putting fiber in ground, hard-hat jobs that make $70,000 to $80,000 per year.” The corporate tax cut was subsequently passed…

Pharmaceutical Industry Drains Pregnant Cow Fetuses To Make Vaccines

In case you think this title is just click bait, you’re wrong. Turns out, vaccine companies are actually draining the blood of pregnant cows’ fetuses for research purposes. (Pharmaceutical companies use calf fetus blood to grow cells for purposes of vaccine creation as well as making laboratory meat.1) While it pains us to share this, the act of draining a cow’s unborn calf of blood is a legal practice that often results in intense pain and suffering. And not just because vaccine research companies leave pregnant cows standing for hours in pens and cages while they await their fate. Or…

“Culture War” is Occult Subversion, Not a Civil War

The culture war is not a “civil war;” it is an invasion, carried out by subversion, not armies.Let me put this baldly. Cabalist Judaism is Satanism. Satanism seeks to replace God, invert all values and enslave humanity. First, they enslaved Jews, then Freemasons, who are Cabalists, and through Freemasonry most social institutions. Our “leaders” –political, cultural etc. — are akin to colonial administrators.  Humanity is to worship and obey the Illuminati leaders, directly or indirectly. The triumph of globalism and Communism will lead to one nation, one “religion,” one race, and one gender.  (The culture of a satanic cult. Obscene Miley Cyrus is…