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Is The Q Narrative Providing False Hope? Catherine Austin Fitts Weighs In (Q is a PSYOP designed for mentally ill slaves)

When the Q narrative began popping up I didn’t pay much attention to it. It was only about 1 year into it that I started to do my research and really dive in. What I saw was interesting, but it didn’t necessarily get me feeling like we were suddenly all on the right track, and that everything was being taken care of – a sentiment shared by many in the community who follow Q. Before we continue I want to be clear, I don’t feel all who follow Q sit back and just watch the show. In fact, I think…

Obama State Dept. Hid Clinton Emails, Allowed Her to Illegally Delete 33k Messages – Testimony

Hillary Clinton’s move to use a private email server during her tenure as President Obama’s secretary of state, and then to delete these emails, has led to legal questions about why she chose not to use a traditional ‘state.gov’ email system, as well as allegations of pay-to-play politics involving political favours in exchange for cash. John Hackett, the former director of Information Programs & Services, a document management entity handling State Department records, has accused former secretary State Hillary Clinton’s staff of “culling out” some 30,000 of her ‘personal’ emails without following National Archives procedure, Judicial Watch has reported, citing…

Deporting Illegal Aliens Saves Americans Billions in Tax Dollars

Deporting the roughly 11 to 22 million illegal aliens living across the United States saves American taxpayers hundreds of billions in public costs, analysis finds. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is expected to conduct a mass deportation effort next week, where at least 2,000 illegal aliens who have final orders for removal will be arrested, detained, and deported from the U.S. American taxpayers stand ready to benefit significantly from the deportation of thousands of illegal aliens, all of whom have been ordered deported and have refused to leave. The latest analysis from the Center for Immigration Studies Director of Research…

Jeffrey Epstein accused of witness tampering, prosecutors said he wired $350,000 to two people

Federal prosecutors in the case against Jeffrey Epstein say the disgraced financier tried to pay off potential witnesses.  In a New York court filing, reported by CNN, Epstein made $350,000 in payments to two people who they say could have potentially testified against him.  “This course of action, and in particular its timing, suggests the defendant was attempting to further influence co-conspirators who might provide information against him in light of the recently re-emerging allegations,” prosecutors wrote, according to CNN.  They said his wealth, and his apparent willingness to use it to tamper with the proceedings, makes Epstein a flight…

Don’t be fooled by Google’s fake privacy (don’t worry, we’re not)

Google recently generated a flurry of coverage about its supposed privacy pivot, including an op-ed in The New York Times by chief executive Sundar Pichai. “We feel privileged that billions of people trust products like Search, Chrome, Maps, and Android to help them every day,” Pichai wrote. It’s not that we necessarily trust Google. It’s that, as a near monopoly, we have no choice. In fact, the crisis of trust — after a year of data breaches and congressional appearances — has led all the major tech companies to launch public relations campaigns around privacy. This is a smokescreen to…

R. Kelly Indicted on Federal Kidnapping, Racketeering and Child Sex-Related Charges in NYC; Separate New Charges Also Filed in Chicago

R&B singer R. Kelly has been federally charged with racketeering, kidnapping, forced labor and sexual exploitation of a child in a sweeping New York indictment unsealed in Brooklyn Friday, hours after prosecutors filed a 13-count federal indictment charging him with new sex crimes in Chicago.  The five-count superseding indictment (read it below) unsealed in 18 pages of court documents alleges Kelly and members of his entourage recruited women and girls to “engage in illegal sexual activity with the singer. It says Kelly and his managers, bodyguards and other assistants picked out women and girls at concerts and other venues and arranged for them…

US cop fired over deadly shooting ‘rehired to get pension’

A US police officer who was fired after shooting dead an unarmed man was temporarily rehired so he could apply for a pension, local media report. Philip Brailsford, 28, killed 26-year-old Daniel Shaver in the hallway of an Arizona hotel in early 2016. He was fired and charged with murder – but was acquitted at trial in 2017. Records show that he was briefly rehired last year so he could apply for a lifetime pension worth more than $2,500 (£2,000) a month. The move meant he could be medically retired – rather than fired – which made him eligible for…

Texas Child Lived In Home With Grandma’s Corpse For 3 Years, Mother Arrested

A mother in Texas has been arrested after she and her daughter lived in their home with the corpse of the child’s grandmother for three years, police said. Delissa Navonne Crayton, 47, of Seguin was charged with injury to a child by omission on Wednesday as police believe living with the body inside the two-bedroom home caused “serious mental deficiency, impairment or injury” to her daughter. Police said an investigation led authorities to Crayton’s home on Sunday, where they found the skeletal remains of her mother, Jacqueline Louise Crayton. Police believe the remains have been in the home for about…

Texas Reporter Watches 300 Migrants Cross Border in Six Hours

A Texas reporter in the Rio Grande Valley took her camera to Rincon Village and witnessed approximately 300 migrants crossing the border and turning themselves in to Border Patrol agents. The crossings occurred Tuesday night between 6 p.m. and midnight. KGBT CBS4 Reporter Sydney Hernandez traveled to the Texas border at Rincon Village Wednesday night at about 6 p.m. The deserted area on the banks of the Rio Grande is a well-known border crossing area. During the next six hours, Hernandez sent out a series of tweets capturing the images of migrants walking up the dirt roads from the border…

Tropical Storm Barry Inches Toward Gulf Coast; Heavy Rain Moves In; Dangerous Flooding Ahead in Lower Mississippi Valley

Tropical Storm Barry will make landfall today along the northern Gulf Coast, possibly as a hurricane. A major threat of rainfall flooding is in play over the northern Gulf Coast and lower Mississippi Valley. New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, are among the cities in a high risk for flooding rainfall. Hurricane, tropical storm and storm-surge warnings have been issued for the northern Gulf Coast. Storm-surge flooding will also add to the water worries, particularly along and east of Barry’s track. Power outages are likely in parts of Louisiana and Mississippi. Tropical Storm Barry will make landfall today, possibly as…

Gargling Mouthwash And Spitting It Back In The Bottle Is The Next Horrifying Internet Trend

So, this happened: Twitter personality Bameron Nicole Smith (@bameronkaii) was filmed taking a swig of Listerine, spitting it back into the bottle, putting it back on the shelf, then prancing away. (1) Has the world gone completely mad? And, Listerine? Ew! This on the heels of another recent viral video, in which someone was filmed licking a tub of Blue Bell ice cream and putting it back in the grocery store freezer. (2) What is with this constant need for attention? The type of attention doesn’t seem to matter at all… as long as all eyes are on them.  Compromising…

The FBI plans more social media surveillance

The FBI wants to gather more information from social media. Today, it issued a call for contracts for a new social media monitoring tool. According to a request-for-proposals (RFP), it’s looking for an “early alerting tool” that would help it monitor terrorist groups, domestic threats, criminal activity and the like. The tool would provide the FBI with access to the full social media profiles of persons-of-interest. That could include information like user IDs, emails, IP addresses and telephone numbers. The tool would also allow the FBI to track people based on location, enable persistent keyword monitoring and provide access to…

Ann Coulter Thinks Epstein Had a “State Sponsor” & Was Running a “Blackmailing” Operation (If I had too guess it was Israel or the CIA)

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter says that sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein had a “state sponsor” backing him and that his operation was a way to blackmail powerful men. During an appearance on 790 KABC, Coulter suggested that Epstein is merely the front man for a far more powerful network. “Epstein according to both the girls accounts, he wanted them to have sex with powerful men, come back to him and report on it, describe what they wanted what their fetishes were and he had cameras throughout the house so this is obviously for blackmailing purposes,” said Coulter. “It just seems to…

Pentagram Races to Track U.S. Rare Earths Output Amid China Trade Dispute

The Pentagon is rapidly assessing the United States’ rare earths capability in a race to secure stable supply of the specialized material amid the country’s trade conflict with China, which controls the rare earths industry, according to a government document seen by Reuters. The push comes weeks after China threatened to curb exports to the United States of rare earths, a group of 17 minerals used to build fighter jets, tanks and a range of consumer electronics. The Pentagon wants miners to describe plans to develop U.S. rare earths mines and processing facilities, and asked manufacturers to detail their needs…

Police Using License Plate Readers To “Grid” Entire Neighborhoods

Law enforcement is using license plate readers to “grid” entire neighborhoods. So, What does gridding mean? The Arizona Mirror describes gridding as: “Part of the training for the ALPR systems, Chandler police officers are taught to “grid” neighborhoods during their downtime – systematically driving up and down every street in an area, indiscriminately scooping up information on vehicles.” Gridding entire neighborhoods allows Big Brother to form a detailed and highly accurate pattern of everyone’s driving habits day and night, 24/7. Police gridding allows Big Brother to create secret mini-surveillance zones of entire neighborhoods. American police “gathering intel” on the public is a mirror-image…

Ukraine to Chemically Castrate Pedophiles

The republic of Ukraine, which borders Poland, Romania, and Russia, has passed a law that will allow for the chemical castration of pedophiles, according to the Daily Mail. The law will apply to men “between 18 and 65 who are found guilty of raping or sexually abusing minors, and could affect thousands of people a year,” said the news outlet.  In a recent case, 11-year-old Daria Lukyanenko was killed after she fought back against her alleged attacker, Nikolay Tarasov, who was 22. Her body was found in a village cesspool in the Odessa region.  Police chief Vyacheslav Abroskin, according to…

Neurosurgeons successfully implant 3D printed skull

A 22-year-old woman from the Netherlands who suffers from a chronic bone disorder — which has increased the thickness of her skull from 1.5cm to 5cm, causing reduced eyesight and severe headaches — has had the top section of her skull removed and replaced with a 3D printed implant. The operation was performed by a team of neurosurgeons at the University Medical Centre Utrecht and the university claims this is this first instance of a successful 3D printed cranium that has not been rejected by the patient. The operation, which took 23 hours, was led by Dr Bon Verweij. The…

U.S. House of Representatives Creates Requirement That There Be Some Basis for Any Foreign Bases

By a vote of 219 to 210, at 2:31 p.m. on Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed an amendment introduced by Congresswoman Ilhan Omar requiring that the U.S. military provide Congress with the cost and the supposed national security benefits of every foreign military base or foreign military operation. World BEYOND War had flooded Congressional offices with the demand for Yes votes. Here is the text of the amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act as passed: At the end of subtitle G of title X, insert the following: SEC. 10. REPORT ON FINANCIAL COSTS OF OVERSEAS UNITED STATES…

How come the government can read our emails, require a Real ID to travel, and listen to our calls — but can’t ask about citizenship on the census?

If our founding fathers could see the kind of abuses of our privacy, our property rights, our gun rights, and our other ‘constitutionally guaranteed’ rights Americans tolerate today, they would shake their heads in disbelief. They would likely wonder why they risked their lives, their livelihoods, and their freedom to bequeath to their descendants a nation allegedly designed to be immune from the authoritarian trappings seen in their day, only to see it slowly return to precisely the form of government they opposed. In a recent column, libertarian and former Reagan administration official Paul Craig Roberts analyzes this from the…

What Is The Best Caliber For Self Defense Shooting?

Few topics can light up a range-side or gun store discussion like handgun caliber. Most every long-time handgun owner feels strongly about one caliber or another being the best. When speaking of self defense use, the term “stopping power” almost always enters the discussion. Is there a best caliber for self defense shooting? This article looks at both professional opinion and conventional thinking to answer that question. Lets talk primarily about the differences between two common choices for a self defense handgun. The 9mm Luger and 45, whether it be the ACP, Long Colt, or any other sub-category of 45.…

CHIRAQ: Dozens Of Mercedes “Totaled, Stripped Of Parts” After 75 Cars Stolen From Chicago Ride-Sharing Company

Ridesharing company Car2Go experienced a significant theft of its high end cars, including dozens of Mercedes CLA sedans and GLA sport utility vehicles, on what should have otherwise been a dull Monday in April in Chicago, according to Bloomberg. Demand for Car2Go’s high end vehicles mysteriously spiked one Monday and, instead of these Benz’ being returned, they wound up congregated together on several blocks in West Chicago. When the company’s employees went to retrieve the vehicles, they found a group of thieves had claimed them as their own. Some blocked the vehicles in to prevent repossession while others threatened the company’s employees. And…

Scientists Find “Man-made Climate Change Doesn’t Exist In Practice”

A new scientific study could bust wide open deeply flawed fundamental assumptions underlying controversial climate legislation and initiatives such as the Green New Deal, namely, the degree to which ‘climate change’ is driven by natural phenomena vs. man-made issues measured as carbon footprint. Scientists in Finland found “practically no anthropogenic [man-made] climate change” after a series of studies.  “During the last hundred years the temperature increased about 0.1°C because of carbon dioxide. The human contribution was about 0.01°C”, the Finnish researchers bluntly state in one among a series of papers. This has been collaborated by a team at Kobe University in Japan,…

Former JonBenét Ramsey photographer indicted on child porn charges

An Oakridge man has been indicted by a secret Lane County grand jury on charges related to a yearlong child pornography investigation that landed the man in jail earlier this month. Randall DeWitt Simons, 66, was taken into custody July 2 by Springfield police, who had been assisting Oakridge police in investigating a July 2018 report from A&W that someone had been using the restaurant’s WiFi to download inappropriate and concerning images. The Lane County secret grand jury indictment alleges 15 counts of second-degree encouraging child sex abuse. Simons was arraigned Thursday and entered not guilty pleas to all of…

A prolific credit-card theft ring is scanning for unsecured “buckets” in Amazon’s cloud and has compromised 17,000 domains (so far)

Magecart is the hacker gang that pulled off the British Airways and Ticketmaster credit-card heists; now they’ve build an Amazon cloud scanner that systematically probes S3 storage “buckets” for configuration errors that allow them to overwrite any Javascript files they find with credit-card stealing malware. Security researchers Riskiq have identified 17,000 domains that they say Magecart has compromised this way, including 2,000 of “the world’s biggest sites.” It’s not clear how many of those actually have credit-card processing scripts that would allow Magecart to steal card details from their customers. Amazon S3 buckets are secure by default. Companies run into…

Jeffrey Epstein’s attorneys submit $77M bail proposal secured by NY mansion, private jet

Attorneys for accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein Opens a New Window. on Thursday proposed that the wealthy financier be released Opens a New Window. into home detention on a bail package valued at $77 million, according to court filings. Epstein’s representatives said their client would post a “substantial personal recognizance bond” secured by the mortgage on his Manhattan mansion, as well as offer his private jet as further collateral, to secure his release from federal custody. Under the proposal, Epstein would remain under house arrest in New York and submit to electronic monitoring and regular check-ins with authorities until…

L.A. County Has 1.6 Million More Voters Registered Than It Has Eligible Voters Living There

Los Angeles County has too many voters. An estimated 1.6 million, according to the latest calculations – which is roughly the population of Philadelphia. That’s the difference between the number of people on the county’s voter rolls and the actual number of voting age residents. This means that L.A. is in violation of federal law, which seeks to limit fraud by requiring basic voter list maintenance to make sure that people who have died, moved, or are otherwise ineligible to vote aren’t still on the rolls.   Los Angeles County has made only minimal efforts to clean up its voter rolls…

Majority of US Veterans, Public Believe Iraq, Afghanistan Wars Not Worth Fighting

Majorities of the American public generally and US veterans specifically agree that the Iraq and Afghanistan wars were not worth fighting, according to survey results released Wednesday by the Pew Research Center think tank. More than 60% of US veterans surveyed stated that the Iraq War was not worth fighting considering the costs to the US. On the other hand, 33% of veterans said that the Iraq war was worth fighting when considering the benefits to the US. In comparison, 62% of non-veteran respondents claimed the Iraq War was not worth fighting, while 32% claimed it was. Fifty-eight percent of…

‘Completely Illegal’: Texas Nuclear Waste Storage Proposals Put Profits Above Public Safety

On Wednesday, the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) held a hearing that included various groups speaking out against the interim nuclear waste storage proposed by Waste Control Specialists in Midland, Texas. Though crucial, this hearing is just one step in a multi-level fight for public safety. A two-day hearing began July 10 with individuals, companies and organizations speaking in favor and against the so-called temporary storage of nuclear waste in Andrews County, Texas. Though the legality of designating a central nuclear waste repository is highly questionable given current federal laws and restraints on the US Department of Energy, the NRC…

Comprehensive list of US political figures charged or convicted of sex crimes against minors

Republicans Republican Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert was indicted on federal charges of structuring bank withdrawals after prosecutors alleged Hastert had molested at least four boys as young as 14 and attempted to compensate his victims and subsequently conceal the transactions. Hastert eventually admitted that he sexually abused the boys whom he had coached decades earlier, and was sentenced to fifteen months in prison. Republican Tim Nolan, chairman of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in Kentucky, pled guilty to child sex trafficking and on February 11, 2018 he was sentenced to serve 20 years in prison. Republican state Senator Ralph…

WHORE MEDIA: ‘Climate Despair’ Is Making People Give Up on Life…”It’s super painful to be a human being right now at this point in history.”

In the summer of 2015—the warmest year on record at the time—it was the literal heat that got to Meg Ruttan Walker, a 37-year-old former teacher in Kitchener, Ontario. “Summers have been stressful to me since having my son,” said Ruttan Walker, who is now an environmental activist. “It’s hard to enjoy a season that’s a constant reminder that the world is getting warmer.” “I think my anxiety just reached a peak,” Ruttan Walker continued. It felt like there was nowhere to go, and although she had spoken to her primary care doctor about anxiety, she hadn’t sought help with…

Ford knew Focus, Fiesta models had flawed transmission, sold them anyway… The carmaker says that it’s not a safety problem if your car slips into neutral on the highway.

Ford Motor Co. knowingly launched two low-priced, fuel-efficient cars with defective transmissions and continued selling the troubled Focus and Fiesta despite thousands of complaints and an avalanche of repairs, a Free Press investigation found.  The cars, many of which randomly lose power on freeways and have unexpectedly bolted into intersections, were put on sale in 2010-11 as the nation emerged from the Great Recession. At least 1.5 million remain on the road and continue to torment their owners — and Ford.  The automaker pushed past company lawyers’ early safety questions and a veteran development engineer’s warning that the cars weren’t roadworthy, internal…

Fed chairman warns of ‘unthinkable’ harm if debt ceiling isn’t raised

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Thursday that the global economy could suffer “unthinkable” damage if the White House and Congress fail to raise the federal debt limit. Testifying before the Senate Banking Committee, the Fed chairman said it was “essential” for Congress to raise the legal limit on the federal debt before the U.S. government defaults on its loans. “We’ve always paid our bills, and it simply must happen that Congress raises the debt ceiling in time to allow that to happen,” Powell said. The consequences of inaction “would be highly unpredictable,” Powell added, warning that “no one should…

Intruders jump fence at U.S. nuclear reactor that uses bomb-grade fuel

Two people jumped a security fence at a GE Hitachi research reactor near San Francisco, the U.S. nuclear power regulator said on Thursday, raising concerns over a plant that is one of the few in the country that uses highly enriched uranium, a material that could be used to make an atomic bomb. The intruders jumped a security perimeter fence at the Vallecitos reactor in Alameda County on Wednesday afternoon, a 1,600-acre (647.5-hectare) site about 40 miles (64 km) east of San Francisco, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission said on its website in a security threat notice. They escaped security…

STARBUCKS to stop selling newspapers…

If you want to read the paper at Starbucks, you’ll have to start bringing your own. The Seattle-based coffee giant, beginning Sept. 1, will no longer sell The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal or USA Today at its 8,000 shops nationwide, The Post has learned. According to a source, Starbucks is trashing newspapers partly because of a chronic problem with “shrinkage” — industry lingo for lost and stolen goods. While Starbucks has been selling the papers for years, many Starbucks customers take them off the rack, read them while they finish their lattes, then either leave them the…

Scientists discover radiation leak ‘100,000 times normal level’ from Russian nuclear sub wreck

Scientists have identified a radiation leak on the wreck of a Russian nuclear submarine that sank in Arctic waters in 1989. The Soviet-era Komsomolets submarine sank off Norway’s Bear Island following a fire on board, which resulted in the loss of life of 42 of the 69 crewmen on board. Resting at a depth of 5,577 feet, the submarine’s nuclear reactor and two nuclear warheads are still on board. Scientists recently recorded radiation at the wreck site 100,000 times the normal level for the Norwegian Sea. “Several samples taken in and around a ventilation duct on the wreck of the submarine…

Another nail in Russiagate coffin? Federal judge destroys key Mueller report claim

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s claim of “sweeping and systematic” Russian meddling in the 2016 US election just took another body blow, as a federal judge ruled that his indictment of a ‘troll farm’ is not actual proof of it. Mueller’s charges against Concord Management & Consulting, the Russian company accused of running a “troll farm” and “sowing discord” on US social media in 2016, do not establish a link between that private company and the Russian government, US District Judge Dabney L. Friedrich pointed out. Yet the special counsel’s much-publicized final report claims to have “established” and “confirmed” Russian government…

Evacuations Ordered on Gulf Coast as Tropical Storm Nears

Local officials mandated evacuations Thursday morning in low-lying areas surrounding New Orleans after a system in the Gulf of Mexico, which has since been upgraded to a tropical storm, dumped up to 8 inches of rain on the coastal city in just three hours the day before. The National Hurricane Center predicted that the slow-moving Tropical Storm Barry could become a hurricane by Friday, warning that the biggest danger from the storm was not the wind but sustained heavy rain. It is expected to make landfall on Saturday morning. “The slow movement of this system will result in a long…

Majorities of Both US Veterans and Public Believe Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan ‘Not Worth Fighting’

The majority of American veterans and members of the general public agreed in two new surveys that the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as the U.S. military campaign in Syria were all “not worth fighting.” The Pew Research Center, for the pair of polls published Wednesday, asked all respondents to consider the costs versus the benefits to the United States in their analysis of whether each conflict was worthwhile. Roughly two-thirds of both veterans and members of the public told Pew that the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq wasn’t worth it, and nearly 60 percent said they…

Cop Arrested for Framing Dozens of People, Including Planting Meth On Innocent Grandma

Dozens of innocent people who were rotting in jail have been freed and their charges erased after the corrupt cop who put them there was caught on his own body camera planting meth on an innocent mother. as TFTP has reported, Jackson County Sheriff’s Deputy Zachary Wester has since been fired and a slew of lawsuits are now rolling in. And, this week, this most insidious police officer was arrested on 52 counts of planting meth and other street drugs on entirely innocent motorists he would randomly pull over. According to the Tallahassee Democrat, agents with the Florida Department of…

Police Use License Plate Readers To “Grid” Entire Neighborhoods

Law enforcement is using license plate readers to “grid” entire neighborhoods. What does gridding mean? The Arizona Mirror describes gridding as, Part of the training for the ALPR systems, Chandler police officers are taught to “grid” neighborhoods during their downtime – systematically driving up and down every street in an area, indiscriminately scooping up information on vehicles. Gridding entire neighborhoods allows Big Brother to form a detailed and highly accurate pattern of everyone’s driving habits day and night, 24/7. Police use “grids” to gather intel & create mini-surveillance zones Police gridding allows Big Brother to create secret mini-surveillance zones of entire…

Apple disables Walkie Talkie app for Apple Watch over eavesdropping vulnerability

Apple has temporarily disabled the ‘Walkie Talkie’ iOS app for Apple Watch after a vulnerability was revealed that could allow a third party to eavesdrop on your iPhone. The app lets two users who accept invites from each other to send and receive audio chats by way of a ‘push to talk’ interface not unlike ‘PTT’ buttons on ’90s-era cellphones. Here’s Apple’s statement on the vulnerability and their decision to disable the app: We were just made aware of a vulnerability related to the Walkie-Talkie app on the Apple Watch and have disabled the function as we quickly fix the…

Dutch Company Reveals An Electric Car That Charges Itself With Sunlight

A Dutch company from Eindhoven has released a prototype car that has already sold 100 orders to be filled in 2011. What’s special about the car is that it is completely electric as well as solar powered. The prototype car actually won the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, and it represents the world’s very first long-range solar car. It’s a four passenger vehicle and it’s called Lightyear One. According to the company, the car will get to a range of approximately 725 km, and 400 km in the winter at highway speeds with heating on. This is truly amazing, and it…

Watch: Mother of 19-Month-Old Girl Who Died After ICE Detention Testifies on Abject Cruelty of Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Agenda

During a House Oversight Committee hearing Wednesday titled “Kids in Cages: Inhumane Treatment at the Border,” the mother of a 19-month-old girl who died shortly after becoming sick in ICE custody delivered heartbreaking testimony on the horrific and abusive conditions inside the Trump administration’s detention centers. Yazmin Juárez explained how her and her young daughter Mariee fled violence in their home country of Guatemala in 2018, seeking safety and asylum in the United States. “So, we came to America, where I hoped to build a better, safer life for us,” Juárez said. “That did not happen. Instead, I watched my…

The Shaking Won’t Stop: There Have Been More Than 10,000 Earthquakes In California And Nevada In The Last 7 Days

The ground is constantly shaking in southern California right now, and this has many concerned that another large earthquake may be coming.  I have been keeping my eye on Cal Tech’s recent earthquake map, and as I write this article it says that there have been 10,053 earthquakes in California and Nevada over the past 7 days.  I have never seen that number so high, and southern California is being hit by yet another new earthquake every few moments.  Most of the earthquakes are happening out in the Ridgecrest area where we witnessed the magnitude 6.4 earthquake that hit on…

Billionaire opioid kingpin convicted in massive bribery, racketeering conspiracy

Almost two years after he was arrested and charged for running a criminal drug cartel, opioid kingpin John Kapoor of Insys Therapeutics has finally been convicted of running a nationwide bribery and racketeering conspiracy. According to reports, the federal government has found the billionaire pharma executive, along with four of his co-defendants, guilty of illegally paying off doctors to prescribe opioid pharmaceuticals such as fentanyl, which directly contributed to the current opioid epidemic. In declaring Kapoor guilty of this crime, federal prosecutors sent a clear message that drug companies will no longer be getting away with conspiring to illicitly distribute…

Failed Female Suicide Bomber: “I don’t want a fun life on Earth, I only want to satisfy Allah”

A Palestinian woman who decided to become a suicide bomber for Hamas explains that she did so because she had no interest in living life on Earth and only wanted to “satisfy Allah”. In the clip, a young woman called Saura says that she chose to become a “martyr….because I prefer the afterlife, near Allah”. “I don’t like life on Earth, my only reward is Allah, because I know I’ll go to paradise,” she added. She goes on to say that she is not interested in a “fun life on earth” and “only wants to satisfy Allah”. “If I give…

Is Trump Waking People Up?

No doubt, Trump is a character. From some of the actions he takes to the things he says, there is a lot to talk about and poke fun at if you really wanted to. But what motivates this poking fun? What about ourselves wants to reduce his actions down to something that’s childish? What do we miss when we get caught up in this identity-driven approach to viewing politics? You may have read this title and thought “oh great, here we go, a pro-Trump article that might go along with the Q narrative that Trump is here to save the…

Killer Cop Rehired, Gets Pension for Murdering Innocent Unarmed Dad Begging for His Life

In a move which will likely infuriate those who seek to hold police accountable for often murderous actions, former Mesa Police Officer Philip Brailsford (as TFTP predicted) was rehired. He then immediately retired from law enforcement winning the equivalent of a lottery jackpot in retirement earnings. Brailsford, known as a “killer cop” in accountability circles, blew away Daniel Shaver at La Quinta Inn in Mesa, AZ on Jan 18, 2016. As TFTP consistently reported, Shaver was the unarmed victim of an officer-involved murder whereby a guest at the hotel called 911 to report seeing a man with a gun. It…

Study Sees No Solid Evidence for Man-Made Climate Change

A Finnish research duo has evaluated the human contribution to carbon dioxide increase as a meagre 0.01°C out of the last century’s total increase of 0.1°C. Instead, clouds were named as the culprit behind climate change. Climate change is not caused by anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions, but cloud formations, a study by Turku University researchers Jyrki Kauppinen and Pekka Malmi has claimed. In their paper, aptly titled “No experimental evidence for the significant anthropogenic climate change”, the Finnish researchers conclude that global temperatures are “practically controlled” by the low cloud cover fraction, whereas “only a small part” of the increased…

Amazon Is Giving Workers A Chance To Learn To Code Before Robots Take Their Jobs

Amazon is grooming its vast workforce for the automation job apocalypse that the company itself is helping to bring about thanks to its robotics division. As the company introduces more robots and automated systems to sort goods and fill orders at its warehouses, making more of its increasingly better-paid workforce redundant, the company apparently wants to be seen as giving them a chance to learn new skills – like, for example, how to code – before shunting them aside. As WSJ reports, Amazon is planning to spend $700 million – a drop in the bucket compared with the company’s $240…

London proudly hosts press freedom forum, defends right to spy on journos in Strasbourg the same day

On Wednesday an international conference on press freedom was launched in London. Ironically on the same day Her Majesty’s government was defending its mass surveillance on communications, including those of journalists. The Global Conference for Media Freedom, co-organized by the governments of the UK and Canada, was launched with much fanfare in the British capital, with some 1,000 representatives from around the world present. Some media professionals were barred from the grand event (namely this channel, RT and another Russian outlet Sputnik to be precise), but of course it didn’t stop hosts from declaring appreciation of the role that a…

No Way Will Epstein Be Allowed to Expose Political Class Pedos

I will be sincerely surprised if the latest effort to put away child sex ring leader Jeffrey Epstein results in outing members of the political class.  And even if names are revealed—and quite a few already have—there is simply no way a criminal like Bill Clinton will be charged with raping minors and thrown in prison.  Clinton, of course, is guilty of much more serious crimes, for instance, bombing the former Yugoslavia and killing hundreds of innocent people, including children, and burning men, women, and children alive at Waco. These crimes are now at best footnotes.  It has been known…

Faux Conservative Hannity “Busts” Faux Progressive Warren on Support for Palestine

The faux “conservative” and corporate radio and TV propagandist Sean Hannity “caught” Elizabeth Warren telling two American Jews she would like to see Israel end its occupation of Palestine. A post on Hannity’s website puts the word “occupation” in quotations, thus letting us know he doesn’t believe the Israelis have imposed a brutal military occupation on four and a half million Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.  This is not to say Warren is a dependable friend of the Palestinians. Like all ambitious political operatives, she occasionally wets her finger and puts it up to see which way…

Department of Health and Human Services Spending $100 Billion Per Month

For the first time in our nation’s history, there is now a federal department spending an average of more than $100 billion per month. No, it is not the Department of Defense, which is charged with the core federal responsibility of defending us from foreign enemies. It is the Department of Health and Human Services, which, if Democratic Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont has his way, will run the “Medicare for All” program. As it now stands, HHS runs Medicare for many and Medicaid for more. “In 2019, the program will cover an estimated 61 million persons (52 million aged…

Chase customers have ONE MONTH left to opt out of binding arbitration

Ten years ago, Chase was forced to withdraw the binding arbitration clauses in its credit card agreements as part of a settlement in a class-action suit (the company was accused of conspiring with other banks to force all credit-card customers to accept binding arbitration) (one of the things binding arbitration does is deprive you of your right to join class-action suits!). Last May, the company stealthily reintroduced the clauses, and gave customers until August 7 to notify the company in writing if they do not agree to binding arbitration. You have ONE MONTH LEFT to opt out. Binding arbitration is…

Why did Jeffrey Epstein build a ‘temple’ on his island, and why did he ship himself a 53-pound paper shredder, plus a tile and carpet extractor?

This is not a riddle, but two questions inspired by two very weird stories circulating about financier Jeffrey Epstein, who is in federal custody over charges of trafficking and sexual abuse of young girls. First, from today: Why did Jeffrey Epstein build a temple on his private island? Go see the photos. “A contractor and engineer who spoke with INSIDER highlighted an odd design anomaly: The medieval-era lock on the front door appears designed to keep people inside.” Gulp. Second, also from today: The Intercept reports that right after Epstein reached that ridiculously sweet non-prosecution deal in July 2008 with…

CA Democrats Author Bill to Protect Sex Offenders Who Lure Minors…No sex offender registry if perpetrator within 10 years of age of the minor

State Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and Assemblywoman Susan Eggman (D-Stockton) introduced recent legislation “to end blatant discrimination against LGBT young people regarding California’s sex offender registry.” However, under their bill, SB 145, the offenders would not have to automatically register as sex offenders if the offenders are within 10 years of age of the minor. Wiener claims the current law “disproportionately targets LGBT young people for mandatory sex offender registration, since LGBT people usually cannot engage in vaginal intercourse.” Existing law, the Sex Offender Registration Act, amended by Proposition 35 by voters in 2012 (Ban on Human Trafficking and Sex…

‘Astronomical’ US drug prices see people drive to Canada for life-saving insulin

Big Pharma’s price-gouging has forced a group of Americans to take a 15-hour drive across the border to Canada just to buy life-saving drugs and avoid the “astronomical cost” at home, one of the trip’s organizers told RT. In the US, the price of insulin nearly tripled between 2002 and 2013, growing by another 64 percent since. In order to get the life-saving medicine, a group of people from Minnesota recently spent 15 hours driving more than 815 miles (1,311km) on a bus to Canada, where it is much cheaper. Many Americans just can’t afford to buy the drugs they…

American biologist was MURDERED: Police reveal the 59-year-old who was dumped inside a network of Nazi tunnels in Crete was suffocated, stabbed and had her EAR cut off

The American biologist whose body was found in a Nazi bunker in Crete, Greece, on Monday was murdered, it has been revealed.   Dr. Suzanne Eaton was found dumped in the cavernous tunnel network near Chania on Monday night.  The 59-year-old mother-of-two was  a Californian native who lived in Germany with her British scientist husband. Local medical examiners have revealed that she was suffocated, stabbed and one of her ears had been cut off, according to local outlet Star.gr.  Her body was found in a network of tunnels used by the Nazis to store ammunition following the Battle of Crete in 1941,…

California’s nuclear power plants built in close proximity to the San Andreas fault, setting up catastrophic “Fukushima” event for the West Coast

A Natural News investigation into the geolocation of nuclear power facilities in California reveals that five nuclear facilities were built in close proximity to the San Andreas fault line, with some constructed right in the middle of earthquake zones that have up to a 50% chance of a severe earthquake every 30 years. One nuclear power plant – the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant which produces 2,160 megawatts — was constructed on the coast, making it extremely vulnerable to the very same kind of ocean water surge that destroyed the Fukushima-Daiichi facility which suffered a 2011 meltdown in Japan. That…

Doomed: Chernobyl to become ‘official tourist attraction’…

The area surrounding Chernobyl – the site of the world’s worst nuclear accident – is to be turned into a tourist site, Ukraine’s president says. President Volodymyr Zelensky signed a decree on Wednesday that set out plans for new walking trails and enhanced mobile phone reception. “Chernobyl has been a negative part of Ukraine’s brand,” Mr Zelensky said. “The time has come to change this.” A reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power station exploded in April 1986. It sent a radioactive plume across Europe and, according to the UN, nearly 50,000 square kilometres of land were contaminated. At least 31…

Google employees are systematically listening to audio files recorded by Google Home smart speakers and the Google Assistant smartphone app

Since Google launched its Google Home device in 2016, millions of people have installed one of these smart speaker devices at home or in their office. You can ask it all sorts of trivial questions. If you ask ‘Okay Google, how’s the traffic heading towards Brussels?’, the device automatically switches on and a computer voice will read out the latest traffic information. Seems very useful, right? You can do the same thing with the Google Assistant app on your smartphone, comparable to Apple’s Siri. Everything is recorded Not everyone is aware of the fact that everything you say to your…

License Plate Readers Are Creeping Into Neighborhoods Across the Country…Cheap surveillance software is changing how landlords manage their tenants and what laws police can enforce.

Clayton Burnett seems like an unlikely candidate to run a cutting-edge surveillance system. He is not an FBI agent, nor does he investigate homicides for the NYPD. Burnett is the director of innovation and new technology at Watchtower Security, a private company that contracts with property managers—hundreds of them—in low-income communities across the U.S. About three years ago, his company started contracting with OpenALPR, a startup whose software lets users track people by their license plates. “The price point was very reasonable for us,” Burnett says, so now Watchtower has more than 475 cameras scattered across its properties—he says they…

Voting Machine Makers Claim The Names Of The Entities That Own Them Are Trade Secrets

Recently, the North Carolina State Board of Elections asked suppliers of electronic voting machines a simple question: who owns you? (h/t Annemarie Bridy) On June 14, 2019, the State Board of Elections requested that your companies disclose any owners or shareholders with a 5% or greater interest or share in each of the vendor’s company, any subsidiary company, of the vendor, and the vendor’s parent company. This seems like very basic information — information the Board should know and should be able to pass on to the general public. After all, these are the makers of devices used by the…

Iranian Metal band sentenced to 14 years in prison and 74 lashes for being a metal band in Iran…

Iranian metal guerrillas Confess have been sentenced to 14 1/2 years in prison by the Revolutionary Tribunal of Tehran. For the crime of playing metal, frontman Nikan Khosravi has also been sentenced to 74 lashes. In 2015, Confess made headlines worldwide after being arrested by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. Musicians Nikan Khosravi and Arash Ilkhani were thrown into solitary confinement and initially faced the death penalty for blasphemy and advertising against the system. According to Khosravi, Confess dodged execution due to a loophole in Iran’s practice of Sharia Law. “If you insult the Prophet you will get executed, because he’s dead…

Society Sucks: A woman with dementia was punched in the face while she was wearing a badge saying “I have Alzheimer’s please be patient”

A woman with dementia was punched in the face while she was wearing a badge saying “I have Alzheimer’s please be patient”. Joy Watson, 61, has been left with a broken eye socket following the attack on Sunday in Bridlington, East Yorkshire. Mrs Watson, of Eccles, Salford, said a man had attacked her after she told him he was mistreating his dog. Humberside Police has confirmed it is investigating. Mrs Watson, who was given a Points of Light award by former Prime Minister David Cameron for her volunteer work, was at a roadside cafe having breakfast at about 10:00 BST.…

VIDEO: Biden repeatedly gets handsy with ‘survivor of sex assault’ at Iowa stop

Liberal insiders are mocking former vice president Joe Biden for his response to a sex assault survivor who confronted the career politician about her concerns with conservatives on the Supreme Court. In a video recorded at a recent campaign stop in Iowa, the woman explained to Biden the trauma she endured by attending the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and asked what he plans to do about the conservative majority if elected president. Biden’s answer was to repeatedly touch the woman and invade her personal space as he shot down suggestions to counter the conservative court as…