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$100,000 in rare emeralds and gold taken in heist at mine in NC foothills

An emerald mine in the foothills of North Carolina was the scene of an old fashioned jewel heist over the weekend, and the thieves made off with an estimated $100,000 in rare precious gems and gold jewelry, the mine’s owner says. The Alexander County Sheriff’s Office says the robbers broke into the Emerald Hollow Mine in Hiddenite sometime Saturday, and among their targets was the lapidary where gems are cut and polished for jewelry. Both cut and uncut gems were taken, along with rings and necklaces valued from $10,000 to $15,000, mine owner Jason Martin told the Charlotte Observer. Two…

6 children dead so far in viral outbreak at N.J. healthcare facility

A severe viral outbreak has claimed the lives of six children at the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Haskell, state health officials confirmed Tuesday, leading to an immediate order to shut down the facility to new patients. The Department of Health reported 18 cases of adenovirus among pediatric residents at the long-term care center in northern New Jersey, which officials said included “very ill children,” some of whom were on ventilators and had trachea tubes. “This is an ongoing outbreak investigation,” said department spokeswoman Nicole Kirgan in a statement. “A department team is at the facility today and…

Migrant Declares That Donald Trump Is ‘The Antichrist’ As ‘The Caravan’ Grows To 14,000 People

Even though the midterm elections are about two weeks away, it is the massive caravan of migrants currently headed toward the U.S. border that is garnering most of the top headlines.  President Trump had been hoping that this caravan would be stopped at Mexico’s southern border, but that did not happen, and now it appears that we could be looking at a major international incident along the U.S. border with Mexico not many days from now.  As you will see below, it is being reported that the population of “the caravan” has grown to 14,000 people, and many of them…

Controversy Ensues Over Possible Volcanic Eruption on Mars

If it looks like a volcanic eruption and acts like a volcanic eruption, is it a volcanic eruption … even if it’s on Mars, which hasn’t had an eruption at this particular volcano in at least 50 million years and hasn’t had a lava flow anywhere in at least 2 million years? That question is currently being hotly debated by astronomers and conspiracy theorists after many people looking at recent pictures from the European Space Agency’s Mars webcam on board its Mars Express orbiter spotted what looks like a volcanic plume over Arsia Mons, a volcano on the Tharsis bulge…

Brazil on Cusp of Reforming Restrictive Gun Laws

In a few days, on 28 October, 2018, Brazilians will vote to elect a president. Brazil has a complicated election system. An election was held on 7 October, and this is the runoff election. The frontrunner, former Army Captain Jair Bolsonaro is heavily favored to win the runoff. He received over 46% of the vote in the October 7th election. Bolsonaro is a strong proponent of reform of the extremely restrictive Brazilian gun laws. From bloombergquint.com: (Bloomberg) — With former Army Captain Jair Bolsonaro on the cusp of winning Brazil’s presidency, his allies in Congress plan to deliver on his…

The 1968 Gun Control Act: 50 Years Of Federal Gun Confiscation Tyranny

I wrote a long time ago about how all federal gun laws, and state laws for that matter since the right to keep and bear arms is God-given and not a permission of the state, are unconstitutional and unlawful.  One of the biggest infringements upon the rights of the people regarding arms is the 1968 Gun Control Act.  It’s been fifty years since that unconstitutional piece of legislation was foisted upon the American people and we are still under its tyranny.  Sadly, many think it’s just fine and appropriate, but nothing could be further from the truth. Jose Nino, a…

$18.5 billion less for Big Pharma if all 50 states legalize medical cannabis: Study shows

The impending legalization of cannabis has the pharmaceutical industry in a tizzy; a recent study “From Prescription to Recommendation: How Cannabis Could Disrupt the Pharmaceutical Industry”, found that “if medical cannabis were legalized in all 50 states, the expenditures by pharmaceutical companies on the top nine conditions commonly treated by medical marijuana could plummet by as much as $18.5 billion between 2016 and 2019.” 1 That’s a lot of lost profits. “According to Giadha Aguirre De Carcer, CEO and founder of New Frontier Data, 35% of the global pharmaceutical market comes from the United States. In addition to being the…

The NEW Social Media: Alternatives to Facebook, YouTube,Twitter, and Other Big Tech Platforms

Lately, I’ve written a lot about the alternative media purge and how Big Tech social media platforms are attempting to control the narrative, the elections, and public perception through censorship and financial blacklisting. Lots of people are ready to leave websites like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube for less-censored pastures. But what are the social media alternatives that are currently available? Here are some social media alternatives to check out. Before we get into the alternatives, please understand that all of them will start small. None of them will be able to take on Big Tech without a lot of help…

How Sears Was Gutted By Its Own CEO…

By now, Prospect readers probably know the basic story of the demise of Sears. The company that pioneered the 20th-century version of e-commerce—the catalog—did not succumb to 21st-century innovations like Amazon and Walmart. Rather, it was dismantled piece by piece by Eddie Lampert, the hedge fund titan (and former Yale roommate of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin) who purchased it in 2005. Lampert and his hedge fund engaged in relentless financial engineering to suck out all the value from Sears and leave a desiccated husk, which now could face possible liquidation in bankruptcy. But just how much did Lampert vacuum out?…

LEAK: Samsung has developed a battery that fully charges in 12 minutes

According to alleged leaks posted on Chinese social network Weibo, Samsung may be really close to getting a graphene battery into a commercial phone — as early as 2019, the company claims. If true, this will be a revolution. Samsung’s scientists claim that their new graphene battery will hold 45% more power than a similarly sized Lithium-ion battery, allowing for even thinner phones or much longer battery lives. The coolest thing, however, is that these batteries will charge in full in just 12 minutes without affecting the battery long term life or overheating them. Samsung has already patented graphene-based battery…

COLLAPSE FEARS? $1.6 trillion in risky ‘leveraged loans’ are overhanging the global economy

An art installation titled “Hang On a Minute Lads, I’ve Got a Great Idea” by British artist Richard Wilson — at The Peninsula hotel in Hong Kong, in 2015 — is based on a scene from the movie “The Italian Job”. REUTERS/Bobby Yip The total of corporate leveraged loans has hit $1.6 trillion globally, far exceeding the records set prior to the crisis of 2008. The loans ballooned after the Trump Administration reversed a stricter Obama-era policy discouraging high leverage. Now, leverage is increasing, while underlying covenant quality is decreasing. The US Federal Reserve, the Bank of England and the…

ANY EXCUSE: Vice President Mike Pence-Honduran President Says Venezuela Funding Migrant Caravan

Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández told Vice President Mike Pence that a migrant caravan approaching the U.S. southern border is being financed by Venezuela, Pence revealed in a Washington Post appearance Tuesday. “The President of Honduras told me this was organized by leftist groups in Honduras and financed by Venezuela,” Pence declared. A senior administration official confirmed to The Daily Caller a call took place between Hernandez and Pence regarding the migration situation. The caravan has swelled to nearly 6,000 people with the apparent intention of entering the U.S. and claiming asylum. Current U.S. law requires a lengthy asylum adjudication…

FLASHBACK: Dr. Russell Blaylock warns, Don’t get the flu shot…it promotes Alzheimer’s

The government is ratcheting up its efforts to convince Americans to get flu shots. “You can’t walk into a pharmacy without seeing lines, and the government is now telling preachers to tell their congregations to get flu shots,” says Dr. Russell Blaylock, renowned neurosurgeon and editor of the Blaylock Wellness Report. “I’ve never seen anything like it. The incidence of flu across the United States is extremely low – there are virtually no outbreaks – and not a single child has died. Yet, the flu vaccine is being pushed as if it’s the greatest health advance ever discovered. “The vaccine…

Texas Nuclear Weapons Facility Pantex Activates Emergency Response Team Because of ‘Unexpected Event’

An unverified Twitter account appearing to belong to the Pantex Plant in Amarillo, Texas—a nuclear weapons facility—tweeted that a “security event” on Tuesday has “ended without incident.” The unspecified event reportedly led to an emergency response team being activated. This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available. Original story: A nuclear weapons plant in Texas called in an emergency response team on Tuesday to deal with an “unexpected event,” reported local outlet KAMR/KCIT. KAMR/KCIT reported that there was no impact off the site—the Pantex Plant in Amarillo, Texas—but that some local roads had been closed amid…

Someone Put a Bomb in George Soros’s Mailbox…

A bomb was found in a mailbox at George Soros’s home in Bedford, N.Y. A police bomb squad blew it up, and the FBI’s anti-terrorism unit is now investigating. The Bedford Police Department told NPR that one of Soros’s employees found a suspicious package in the mailbox and opened it, finding the explosive device. They then put the package in the woods and called the cops, who sent a bomb squad to safely detonate it. Soros himself was not at home at the time, according to the New York Times. The billionaire investor has long backed liberal, pro-migrant and pro-democracy…

LA TIMES: Paid protesters? They’re real — and a Beverly Hills firm that hires them stands accused of extortion in a lawsuit

Paid protesters are a real thing. Crowds on Demand, a Beverly Hills firm that’s an outspoken player in the business of hiring protesters, boasts on its website that it provides its clients with “protests, rallies, flash-mobs, paparazzi events and other inventive PR stunts.… We provide everything including the people, the materials and even the ideas.” The company has hired actors to lobby the New Orleans City Council on behalf of a power plant operator, protest a Masons convention in San Francisco and act like supportive fans and paparazzi at an L.A. conference for life coaches. But according to a lawsuit…

Brothers face $450,000 in penalties for removing trees from their property

Brothers Gary and Matt Percy could face nearly half a million dollars in penalties for removing more than 1,400 trees from their property without permission from Canton Township. The two own a 16-acre property off of Yost Road, east of Belleville Road in Canton Township with the intention of creating a Christmas tree farm on the plot, according to their attorney, Michael J. Pattwell. The land was filled with “invasive plants like phragmites, buckthorn and autumn olive,” he said. But the township requires land owners to gain permission and promise new tree plantings before cutting down existing forestry, especially for…

Nasa photographs rectangular iceberg

Nasa has released a striking photo of a rectangular iceberg floating in the Weddell Sea off Antarctica. The US space agency said the object’s sharp angles and flat surface suggested it had recently broken away from an ice shelf. The edges are still pointed, and have not yet been worn down by the ocean waves. The picture was taken last week by scientists on a Nasa research plane. Such objects are not unknown, however, and even have a name – tabular icebergs. These are flat and long and form by splitting away from the edges of ice shelves. Kelly Brunt,…

South Korea says it will arrest citizens who smoke weed in Canada

For South Koreans in Canada, the police in their home country have no problem harshing their mellow. Canada became the second country in the world to legalise recreational marijuana last week, but for South Koreans hoping to try the drug, their hopes have just gone up in smoke. Police in South Korea have repeatedly told their citizens not to partake in this newfound freedom, with the latest warning coming this week. “Weed smokers will be punished according to the Korean law, even if they did so in countries where smoking marijuana is legal. There won’t be an exception,” said Yoon…

Microplastics found in human stools for the first time

Microplastics have been found in human stools for the first time, according to a study suggesting the tiny particles may be widespread in the human food chain. The small study examined eight participants from Europe, Japan and Russia. All of their stool samples were found to contain microplastic particles. Up to nine different plastics were found out of 10 varieties tested for, in particles of sizes ranging from 50 to 500 micrometres. Polypropylene and polyethylene terephthalate were the plastics most commonly found. On average, 20 particles of microplastic were found in each 10g of excreta. Microplastics are defined as particles…

Sandra Day O’Connor announces likely Alzheimer’s diagnosis

Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court, announced Tuesday in a frank and personal letter that she has been diagnosed with “the beginning stages of dementia, probably Alzheimer’s disease.” The 88-year-old said doctors diagnosed her some time ago and that as her condition has progressed she is “no longer able to participate in public life.” After her 2006 retirement from the high court O’Connor had appeared around the country championing an educational organization she founded and serving as a visiting appeals court judge, among other activities. But she stopped speaking publicly more than two years ago. “While…

Jamal Khashoggi: Saudi journalist’s body parts found, say Sky sources

Body parts belonging to murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi have been found, according to two Sky sources. The sources have told Sky News the Saudi dissident had been “cut up” and his face “disfigured”. One source also suggested the writer’s remains were discovered in the garden of the Saudi consul general’s Istanbul home – located around 500 metres away from the consulate. It contradicts the explanation being made by Saudi officials that the body was rolled up in a carpet and handed to a local collaborator who was tasked with disposing of the evidence. Theresa May’s spokesman said reports of Mr…

Facebook, Google Hit With Lawsuits for ‘Secret’ Location Tracking

Facebook and Google have both been hit with lawsuits claiming that the Silicon Valley giants secretly track their users’ locations against their will and use the information to pad its advertising business. The class action complaint against Facebook, which was filed by Brett Heeger last Friday in San Francisco federal court, said the social network tracks its users even after they’ve opted out of its “Location History” feature. “Facebook secretly tracks, logs, and stores location data for all of its users–including those who have sought to limit the information about their locations that Facebook may store in its servers by…

Facebook Censorship of Alternative Media “Just the Beginning,” Says Top Neocon Insider

This month, Facebook and Twitter deleted the accounts of hundreds of users, including many alternative media outlets maintained by American users. Among those wiped out in the coordinated purge were popular sites that scrutinized police brutality and U.S. interventionism like The Free Thought Project, Anti-Media, Cop Block and journalists like Rachel Blevins. Facebook claimed that these sites had “broken our rules against spam and coordinated inauthentic behavior.” However, sites like The Free Thought Project were verified by Facebook and widely recognized as legitimate sources of news and opinion. John Vibes, an independent reporter who contributed to Free Thought, accused Facebook…

Judge Upholds Verdict That Found Monsanto’s Roundup Caused a Man’s Cancer

Having successfully, closed on its $66 billion purchase of the agrochemical company Monsanto in June, we suspect Germany’s Bayer AG, is more than a little concerned now after failing to persuade a judge to set aside a jury’s $289 million verdict in the first trial over allegations that its Roundup weed killer causes cancer. As a reminder, in August, a San Francisco Jury awarded $289 million in damages to a former school groundskeeper, Dewayne Johnson, who said Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller gave him terminal cancer. The award consists of $40 million in compensatory damages and $250 million in punitive damages. Johnson’s…

Mystery X37B Unmanned NASA Space Plane 400 Days In Orbit And Counting

There’s a mysterious secret space plane called the X-37B which has been orbiting our planet for 400 days in its secretive mission. The secretive spacecraft’s latest trip, the Orbital Test Vehicle-5 (OTV-5), started on September 7th, 2017. The mystery spacecraft was launched on board one of Elon Musk’s SpaceX Falcon 9 Rockets, from NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre in Florida. Its current mission, as well all earlier missions remain a profound mystery. In fact, so far, official reports have revealed scarce details about the OTV-5 mission, but it is believed that its current mission may be part of a larger plan by the Air Force in developing the so-called…

Investor Report Leaks Secret Five-Step Bayer, Monsanto Plan to Poison Our Food with Toxic Pesticides

“What’s being done to our food in the name of profit?” It’s an omnipresent question that becomes more important with each passing year. Our produce is being gassed, sprayed with chemicals, and even genetically manipulated to the point where it’s becoming and harder to keep track of how many different pesticides, insecticides and herbicides are actually being used. Will the pending merger between Bayer and Monsanto, two of the biggest chemical giants in the world, continue to push this agenda even further, or will consumers and their growing interest in organic food help to turn the tide? Bayer AG, a…

Hurricane Willa is now a “potentially catastrophic” Cat. 5 storm threatening more than 7 million people in Mexico

Life threatening storm surge, wind and rainfall predicted as Hurricane Willa reaches Cat 5 before landfall along the southwestern coast of Mexico Tuesday afternoon or evening. Hurricane Willa, a huge and life threatening storm will devastate Mexico’s western coast as it has reached Cat. 5 category before landfall. The hurricane has grown rapidly as it made its way across the Pacific Ocean, its winds increasing from 40mph to 155mph in 48 hours. The US National Hurricane Center has warned that the storm system and could “produce life threatening storm surge, wind and rainfall” in Mexico on Tuesday. From 40 mph…

5 Myths about Custom Writing Services

Academic writing help exists as long as academic writing itself — from the times of Ancient Greece, we reckon. Nothing is surprising in it — not all the students are fascinated with the idea of dealing with all their assignments on their own, and when there is a market, there is a business. There is no doubt in that. Academic writing online is a rather popular market, which has risks and advantageous, pros and cons, but what is for sure — it is not going anywhere. For the years of academic writing help existence, as well as custom writing services…

SPECIAL: Zionist 9/11 Micro-Nukes

From a source I had in the past who was in Israel, I personally believe that they developed micro-nukes based on lithium 7 and protons which function as implosive anti-matter micro-nukes placed ever ten floors in the twin-towers in the elevator shafts by now shut down elevator maintenance company that was working on elevators in both Buildings (Ajax Elevator?). but certainly mini-nukes from the Davy Crockett stolen half pits were used in the basements.  CIA of course knew all of this in advance. Supporting information from Gordon Duff below the fold. It was not just 350 missing nuclear pits, but…

The Saudis Keep Changing Their Story on the Murder of Khashoggi. What Should We Do?

The Saudi version of the disappearance and murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi seems to change every day or so. The latest is the Saudi government claim that the opposition journalist was killed in a “botched interrogation” at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Or was it a fist-fight? What is laughable is that the Saudi king has placed Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, a prime suspect, in charge of the investigation of Khashoggi’s murder! Though the official story keeps changing, what is unlikely to change is Washington’s continued relationship with Saudi Arabia. It is a partnership that is in no way…

‘Bisexual’ Democrat running for Senate accused stay-at-home moms of ‘leeching’ off husbands

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, the Arizona Democrat currently running for an open seat in the U.S. Senate, is in hot water for a recently-unearthed 2006 interview disparaging stay-at-home mothers, the latest in a string of embarrassing quotes from her past. Sinema, an open bisexual backed by a population control group which has advocated “tax[ing] to the hilt” families that engage in “irresponsible breeding,” suggested in a 2006 interview with the nightlife magazine 944 that women who choose to be full-time homemakers or mothers have nothing to be proud of. “These women who act like staying at home, leeching off their husbands…

60% Of Congress Have Grown Their Net Worths At A Rate Faster Than The American Public

My how the times have changed!  Nearly everyone who enter Washington, DC politics comes out the richer.  In fact, 60 percent of average members of Congress have grown their net worths at a rate faster than the American public.  A recent report by investigative journalist and author Sheryl Attkisson, reveals that while there are some that are “self-made” success stories, others receive a measly $174,000 annual salary and achieve wealth via controversial means. According to Full Measure: We asked him to crunch the latest financials for 435 members of the House of Representatives and 100 Senators. The richest member overall…

Puppy love: Keep your dog happy and healthy with these 5 easy tips

Born to retire or born retired? Forget rounding up sheep or scavenging for food; these days, dogs are only asked to be our companions. While many of us would choose this kind of lifestyle, pet behaviorists note that this is not good for your canine friend. They can easily get bored or lonely, leading to inappropriate behavior like chewing on shoes or biting furniture. Additionally, sedentary dogs can get fat very easily and become sick. Having an office job is not an excuse either — pets are responsibilities. There are five simple ways to keep your dog happy while you’re…

Media Mum On McCaskill Threat To Criminalize Negative Reporting Of Her Campaign

President Trump has threatened from time to time to “open up libel laws” and take a look at what political figures can do when media misrepresents their views or statements. He talked about it as far back as February 2016, then again right after he was elected president, then a few days before he was inaugurated, then again in September after Bob Woodward’s book on supposed chaos in the Trump White House came out. But these are expressions of his feelings toward the media and have not involved any official actions or even real attempts to examine or change libel…

Washington could become the first state to charge polluters a carbon fee

After a measure that would have imposed a tax on carbon emissions was rejected by 59 percent of voters in 2016, Washingtonians will consider a similar initiative that would establish a carbon fee on polluters in the state. Carbon taxes are making their way through legislatures in several other states, but approval of Initiative 1631 would make Washington the first state in the country to impose a carbon tax or fee. What it means: A “yes” vote would impose a $15-per-metric-ton-of-carbon fee on large emitters of greenhouse gases starting Jan. 1, 2020. That fee would increase by $2 each year…

ABC: ‘We did the right thing’: Jurors beg judge to uphold Monsanto cancer ruling

The jurors who awarded $289 million to former school groundskeeper, Dewayne Johnson-  who is dying of cancer thanks to his use of Roundup – are begging San Francisco judge Suzanne Bolanos “to reconsider her tentative decision to overturn most of the damages against Monsanto Co.”1 “San Francisco Superior Court Judge Suzanne Bolanos didn’t formally rule on any issues after a two-hour hearing to consider Monsanto’s demand to toss out the entire jury verdict in the first of thousands of similar cases across the country to go to trial. But Bolanos issued a written tentative ruling ahead of the hearing saying she intended…

Report: 5 Dead Sea Scrolls ‘fake’ at Museum of Bible

The Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., is reportedly removing five artifacts from its Dead Sea Scrolls display after scientific testing indicated the fragments were not authentic. According to CNN, scholars in Germany sampled the fragments and determined that five “show characteristics inconsistent with ancient origin and therefore will no longer be displayed at the museum.” “Though we had hoped the testing would render different results, this is an opportunity to educate the public on the importance of verifying the authenticity of rare biblical artifacts, the elaborate testing process undertaken and our commitment to transparency,” Jeffrey Kloha, chief curatorial officer…

Putin: In a Nuclear Holocaust “We Will Be Martyrs, They Will Drop Dead”

Ever since the Euromaidan color revolution in Ukraine, the threat of a thermonuclear confrontation between Russia and the United States has been steadily growing. With the United States and NATO forces having pushed their proxy fighters literally to the border with Russia, the world’s second superpower finally became directly involved in Syria, saving the country from the impending defeat by the Gulf Cooperation Council, NATO, Israel, and American terrorists being funded, trained, and armed for the purpose of destroying the secular government of Syria. This provided two war fronts where American and Russian soldiers could potentially engage in a direct military clash…

BERNIE BURNOUT? Sanders rally crowds down 90% from 2016

Is the Bern beginning to fizzle? Less than two years ago more than 10,000 Bernie Sanders supporters flocked to Ypsilanti to hear the then presidential candidate rail against Walls Street and promote his socialist plans to overthrow the nation’s ultra-rich “oligarchy.” Yet dozens of seats went unused inside the 1,000 person capacity Rackham Auditorium at the University of Michigan last week, when Sanders campaigned alongside some of the richest, most well-connected Democrats in Michigan. The World Socialist Website highlighted the “marked decline in enthusiasm”: In February 2016, just ten miles down the road, Sanders drew an overflow crowd of 10,000…

Caravan Protesters Paint Swastika on American Flag, Burn It in the Street

A photo from the Associated Press shows protesters burning an American flag with a swastika painted on it in support of the migrant caravan heading through Central America for the United States. “Two people burn a United States flag during a protest in favor of the caravan of migrants that is currently stuck on the Guatemala-Mexico border, in front of the American embassy, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Friday, Oct. 19, 2018,” the AP Images description reads in part. Another photo from AP shows protesters carrying a large Honduran flag to protest in favor of the caravan of migrants headed towards the…

The American Economy Is Rigged…

Americans are used to thinking that their nation is special. In many ways, it is: the U.S. has by far the most Nobel Prize winners, the largest defense expenditures (almost equal to the next 10 or so countries put together) and the most billionaires (twice as many as China, the closest competitor). But some examples of American Exceptionalism should not make us proud. By most accounts, the U.S. has the highest level of economic inequality among developed countries. It has the world’s greatest per capita health expenditures yet the lowest life expectancy among comparable countries. It is also one of…

We are surrounded by screens full of voices that are always lying to us…

We are surrounded by screens full of voices that are always lying to us, and experts wonder why we’re so crazy and miserable all the time. The screens tell us, “This is a perfectly normal and sane way of doing things. It is perfectly normal and sane to strip the earth bare and poison the air and the water in an economic system which requires infinite growth on a finite planet. People who say otherwise are raving lunatics!” And the social engineers wonder why there’s increasing disaffection and alienation among the populace. The screens tell us, “Just spend your time…

Now Apps Can Track You Even After You Uninstall Them

If it seems as though the app you deleted last week is suddenly popping up everywhere, it may not be mere coincidence. Companies that cater to app makers have found ways to game both iOS and Android, enabling them to figure out which users have uninstalled a given piece of software lately—and making it easy to pelt the departed with ads aimed at winning them back. Adjust, AppsFlyer, MoEngage, Localytics, and CleverTap are among the companies that offer uninstall trackers, usually as part of a broader set of developer tools. Their customers include T-Mobile US, Spotify Technology, and Yelp. (And…

Head of German Jewish community revealed to be non-Jewish

The 71-year-old chairman of the small Jewish community in the city of Pinneberg in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein faces an accusation from the magazine Der Spiegel that he is not Jewish, deceiving Jewish members since 2003. Spiegel reported in this week’s issue that Wolfgang Seibert fabricated his Jewish origin and is a Protestant whose family members fought for Nazi Germany in World War II against the allied powers. Seibert said he will consult with his attorney before issuing a public comment, adding that the contention that he plans to resign is false. The Jewish community in Pinneberg, a city…

Latest Khashoggi Leaks: Body double in Khashoggi’s clothes and a fake beard left the Saudi consulate, top MBS aide gave orders during the killing via Skype, mysterious package seen in an abandoned car registered to the Saudi consulate & Saudi staff burning files

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he will release the findings from Turkey’s investigation into the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s on Tuesday, pledging to go into “full detail” during a meeting of his ruling AK Party. The big picture: There has been a steady drip of leaks from anonymous Turkish officials ever since news of Khashoggi’s disappearance first broke, but the government has yet to release concrete evidence of a premeditated murder plot by the Saudi government. There has been speculation that rather than make such an accusation, Erdogan has been seeking more leverage from Riyadh and Washington.…

Saudi Arabia ‘Davos in the Desert’ Website Hacked With Picture of Jamal Khashoggi Being Executed by Crown Prince, ISIS

The website for the Future Investment Initiative, a conference in Saudi Arabia nicknamed “Davos in the Desert,” was seemingly hacked Monday, with the home page showing a mocked-up image of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi about to be executed by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The investment conference, which was to begin Tuesday, has been the subject of much controversy since the killing of Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul earlier this month. Khashoggi entered the consulate and was not seen leaving; Saudi Arabia finally acknowledged his death over the weekend. However, the kingdom claimed that his death was the…

Colorado cracks a billion in annual marijuana sales in record time, generating $200M in tax revenue

Marijuana sales in Colorado exceeded $1 billion as of August of this year, with tax revenue from those sales coming in at $200 million, according to a report from the Colorado Department of Revenue and its Marijuana Enforcement Division. It’s the earliest point in any of the four years Colorado has had legal recreational marijuana that combined medical and rec sales have cracked the billion-dollar mark. Total combined recreational and medical marijuana sales through August hit $1,022,245,511, according to the MED, setting the state on a trajectory to break last year’s record of more than $1.5 billion in sales. State…

Leaked Trump Administration Memo: Keep Public in Dark About How Endangered Species Decisions Are Made

In a Trump administration memorandum leaked to the Center for Biological Diversity, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is directing its staff to withhold, or delay releasing, certain public records about how the Endangered Species Act is carried out. That includes records where the advice of career wildlife scientists may be overridden by political appointees in the Trump administration. “This is a clear attempt to stifle science and boost Trump’s anti-wildlife agenda,” said Meg Townsend, the Center for Biological Diversity’s open government attorney. “The public has every right to know how our government makes decisions about the fate of our…

To hell with civility: Enough with the pity party for Mitch McConnell, please

The news media has been rightfully up in arms about the president of the United States participating in a cover-up of the murder of a journalist and Washington Post columnist. And they’ve been equally critical of President Trump’s comments last week at a rally in Montana, where he applauded a GOP congressman for body-slamming a reporter because he asked a question. Likewise, the media has understandably protested the Secret Service telling an accredited journalist that he was not allowed to ask Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner questions on an airplane. This is, after all, a country with a Bill of…

Planned Collapse of the Dollar and the Federal Reserve Is Behind the Plot

This article will take a purposeful snapshot of the globalist forces who are conspiring to bring down the US dollar and derail the Trump-led populism that is sweeping the country. The 3 Immediate Goals of the New World Order If one believes in the tenants of globalism, then one must believe that all paper currencies must be destroyed. Today, all currencies on the planet are fiat, debt-ridden currencies that are under the control of the central banks, ultimately answerable to the Bank of International Settlements (ie Rothschilds’). This is true except for the American petrodollar which enjoys some backing through…

Middle Class Destroyed: 50 Percent Of All American Workers Make Less Than $30,533 A Year

The middle class in America has been declining for decades, and we continue to get even more evidence of the catastrophic damage that has already been done.  According to the Social Security Administration, the median yearly wage in the United States is just $30,533 at this point.  That means 50 percent of all American workers make at least that much per year, but that also means that 50 percent of all American workers make that much or less per year.  When you divide $30,533 by 12, you get a median monthly wage of just over $2,500.  But of course nobody…

Has America Become a Dictatorship Disguised as a Democracy?

“The poor and the underclass are growing. Racial justice and human rights are nonexistent. They have created a repressive society and we are their unwitting accomplices. Their intention to rule rests with the annihilation of consciousness. We have been lulled into a trance. They have made us indifferent to ourselves, to others. We are focused only on our own gain.”—They Live, John Carpenter We’re living in two worlds, you and I. There’s the world we see (or are made to see) and then there’s the one we sense (and occasionally catch a glimpse of), the latter of which is a…

Skyrocketing antidepressant use now affecting marine life, turning waterways into a ‘drug soup’

It might seem like flushing something down the toilet means it magically disappears, but unfortunately everything that goes down there ends up somewhere. This means that the many people who flush unused medications rather than throwing them in the trash can because they think they’re being responsible are actually polluting the environment. This is especially true of antidepressant and anti-anxiety medications. According to the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, and as reported by NBC News, an alarming one in six Americans over the age of 12 is on some type of antidepressant or other psychiatric medication. And many of those people…

Trump Alerts Border Patrol, Military That Migrant Caravan is National Emergency

Earlier, Guatemala’s migration agency confirmed that an additional 1,000 migrants crossed the border from Honduras on Sunday, joining the migrant caravan on the Mexican side of the border. President Donald Trump said on Monday that he has put the American military and border patrol forces on high alert as a caravan of migrants hoping to gain asylum in the United States moves deeper into Mexico and closer to the US border. “Sadly, it looks like Mexico’s Police and Military are unable to stop the Caravan heading to the Southern Border of the United States. Criminals and unknown Middle Easterners are mixed in. I have alerted Border Patrol and Military that this is…

Saudi Prince is “Power Mad Serial Killer” & Sex Deviant- US Intelligence

“Although the Prince is married and has children, he is also well-known to US intelligence agencies as an aggressive homosexual with a preference for small Filipino boys, a significant number of whom seem to have totally vanished from his palace, never to be seen again.”   (Disclaimer – This landed in my inbox. Seems plausible but I have no independent confirmation, other than his recent murder of Jamal  Khashoggi and his war on Yemen.)  In official Washington, but very privately, the notorious Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud  is known as the Saudi Gilles de Rais, Baron de Rais.…

“Largest Ever Ponzi Scheme In Maryland” Rocks Investors, $345 Million Vanishes

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced last month the indictment and arrests of three people, including a Baltimore man, involved in the largest-ever Ponzi scheme in Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area. More than 230 people have been taken for a financial rollercoaster as three men ((Kevin B. Merrill (“Merrill”), Jay B. Ledford (“Ledford”), and Cameron Jezierski (“Jezierski”) raised $345 million, more than $90 million was invested by over 200 individual investors (including small business owners, restauranteurs, construction contractors, retirees, doctors, lawyers, accountants, bankers, talent agents, current and former professional athletes, and financial advisors); approximately $52 million by family…

More toxic than fluorine, deadly MERCURY secretly invades and damages your body and brain

Everybody knows, thanks to hundreds of reports, that there are tiny amounts of mercury in fish, such as salmon, mackerel, and tuna. For every two pounds of fish, you’ll find about .04 milligrams, or 40 micrograms, of mercury. Doesn’t sound like much to worry about though, huh? Still, there are lots of warnings for pregnant women and those nursing needing to watch out for foods, and even tap water, that may contain even the slightest amounts of mercury. Why is that? Mercury is a widespread, serious health problem. Even though mercury is tasteless and odorless, it’s a potent, developmental neurotoxin…