(Mercola) – Aluminum is a known neurotoxin, and according to Professor Christopher Exley of Keele University, aluminum-containing products are likely fueling the rise in Alzheimer’s disease.1 In an article published in the journal Frontiers in Neurology,2 he writes:
“We are all accumulating a known neurotoxin in our brain from our conception to our death. The presence of aluminium in the human brain should be a red flag alerting us all to the potential dangers of the aluminium age.
Clinton’s lavish lifestyle & obsession with money completely at odds with ordinary Americans she claims to represent
(PaulWatson) – Hillary Clinton’s promise to represent “everyday Americans” is completely at odds with her personal lifestyle, obsession with money, and the fact that her 2008 campaign was funded by giant transnational banks. Read the rest of this entry »
(Youtube) – This is a basic 9/11 truth science white board presentation addressing the basic physics of the World Trade Center tower collapse and how Newton’s Laws of objects in motion must be applied. Instead of relying on computer model simulation logic provided to us by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (N.I.S.T.) and those who are only interested in pushing the official story of 9/11 (Popular Mechanics/Jim Meigs), we encourage everyone to apply the laws of physics that we know have been around for hundreds of years. Read the rest of this entry »
(NaturalNews) – In recent days, the stock market has been like an economic roller coaster, rising one day before falling — dramatically — the next. And on those down days, the market often seems as though it has slipped into a free-fall, dropping hundreds of points in just a few hours.
Only to rise again before the final bell. How is that possible? According to John Crudele of the New York Post, it’s only possible through government intervention aimed at stemming losses and, most likely, to shore up confidence in a) the U.S. economy; and b) the leaders (elected and unelected) who are running it: Read the rest of this entry »
A unilateral diktat and imposing one’s own models produces the opposite result
(CLUBORLOV) – Most people in the English-speaking parts of the world missed Putin’s speech at the Valdai conference in Sochi a few days ago, and, chances are, those of you who have heard of the speech didn’t get a chance to read it, and missed its importance. Read the rest of this entry »
(RussiaToday) – The Swiss Army is preparing contingency plans for violent unrest across Europe. A nation mostly famous for its banks, watches and chocolate fears it may face a massive influx of European refugees in the near future.
One of the world’s richest nations openly expressed concerns over the possible outcome of Europe’s continuing financial troubles, and is currently conducting army exercises against the possibility of riots along its borders. Read the rest of this entry »
(SMH) – Former intelligence whistleblower turned federal MP Andrew Wilkie has accused the federal government of exploiting fears about terrorism to rush through new national security laws that push Australia towards a “police state”.
The government’s first tranche of national security changes passed the House of Representatives on Wednesday with the support of the Labor opposition, although one Labor backbencher broke ranks to speak out against the laws.
Tasmanian independent Mr Wilkie, Victorian independent Cathy McGowan and Greens MP Adam Bandt all voted against the laws, which passed on the voices. Read More Here
(TEDxTalks) – This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Lessig’s talk is a call to action — we must demand election funding reform or we are complicit in the corruption. “Of course it matters,” Lessig implores us. Read the rest of this entry »
(BreakingTheSet) – Abby then reflects on the dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and explains why this wasn’t a necessary action in order to end World War II. Read the rest of this entry »
(NaturalNews) – The states of New York and New Jersey have leapfrogged federal guidelines and set up their own mandatory 21-day quarantine requirements for arriving passengers who had direct contact with Ebola patients in West Africa.
“The patients with the highest level of possible exposure will be automatically quarantined for 21 days at a government-regulated facility,” reports CBS News.  Government-run quarantine camps, in other words, are now a present-day reality in America. Read the rest of this entry »
Shocking video illustrates how advocacy for infanticide pervades college campuses
(PaulWatson) – Numerous students at the University of Texas in Austin signed a petition in support of killing “babies” up to 5 years old, underscoring how many so-called progressives are actually vehement proponents of infanticide. Read the rest of this entry »
GALLUP: LESS THAN 50% SUPPORT FOR STRICTER GUN LAWS IN AMERICA
(SteveWatson) – A new Gallup poll finds that support for stricter gun laws has fallen below 50%, a significant drop since December 2012, following the Newtown school shooting.
Less than half, 47%, in the US said they they favor stricter laws covering the sale of firearms, down from 58% who expressed support for more stringent gun control laws nearly two years ago. Read the rest of this entry »
Infowars puts out call to hijack #sweethalloween to inform parents about the dangers of fluoridated toothpaste
(Infowars) – This Halloween, the Crest toothpaste company created hashtag #sweethalloween to encourage kids to brush with fluoride toothpaste following their trick or treat routines.
What they don’t tell you is that the paste recommended for kids contains a warning to “contact a Poison Control Center right away” if a certain amount is swallowed, making it more harmful than the sugar-laden candies obtained. Read the rest of this entry »
Spirit of liberty alive in vast victim disarmament zone known as Chicago
(Infowars) – The Ebola outbreak is causing the infectious spirit of liberty to spread. Activists exercised their rights by participating in the Infowars ‘Obola: Tyranny is the Disease’ contest, and by plastering posters across the country which link Obama to the Ebola outbreak. Read the rest of this entry »
Federal agency issues “services sought” notice for PPE supplies
(PaulWatson) – The Centers for Disease Control is looking to purchase body bags and a host of other personal protective equipment in response to the Ebola outbreak as concerns continue to linger about the spread of the virus.
A “sources sought” notice posted on FedBizOpps reveals that, “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Procurement and Grants Office (PGO) is seeking multiple sources of supply for personal protective equipment (PPE) for potential use in the current Ebola Virus Disease outbreak response.”
DoD considers Ebola spreading through air a severe threat
(KitDaniels) – Citing concerns over “aerosol exposure to Ebola,” the Pentagon awarded a $9.5 million contract to a biotechnology company to manufacture an Ebola vaccine.
The company, Profectus BioSciences, announced today that the Pentagon “contracted the manufacture and … preclinical testing of the Profectus trivalent Ebola/Marburg vaccine” which had previously been tested to “confirm protection of non-human primates from aerosol exposure to Ebola and Marburg viruses.” Read the rest of this entry »
(BernieSuarez) – Watching world events lately one cannot help but to wonder, whatever happened to the war in Afghanistan? Are U.S. soldiers supposedly still exchanging fire with Al Qaeda as (supposed) payback for 9/11? For a couple years I had been offering cash reward for anyone who can prove the war in Afghanistan to be a real “war” scenario; you know, the one with the video proof of the opposition actually firing back at our positions. Read the rest of this entry »
(WakingTimes) – In the US, a college education is so insanely unaffordable that only the wealthiest students from the wealthiest of families, or the ones fortunate to have been granted full scholarship, can afford to go to school without racking up tens of thousands of dollars in debt.
Some – for example PhDs and medical students – will enter the work force with the burden of a six-figure student loan debt. As a result of high tuition fees in the US, the student loan debt stands at about $1.2 trillion and is the second-highest form of consumer debt in the country. The US Institute for College Access and Success reports that two-thirds of today’s students will leave college in significant debt, estimated to average at $26,600. Read the rest of this entry »
(MichaelTWinter) – In the USA, our current system of government is not working; not unusual, since there has never been a lasting system of governance that has worked. All ‘ocracies’ and ‘isms’ currently in place will in time be thrown upon the refuse pile, to join a heap of other failed systems throughout history. Why can’t we get it right? After thousands of years spent in refinement of dozens of systems, we are no closer to fair governance today than we were in the times of Sumeria. Read the rest of this entry »
Consistent anti-war sentiment is a minority opinion on the Left
(MisesDaily) – Common wisdom would purport that those on the so-called “right” are and have always been hawkish and pro-war, while those on the proverbial “left” have always been the tree-hugging, peacenik, anti-war folks. For many conservatives, unfortunately, this is more or less correct. However, progressives have once againairbrushed their own past, which is about as anti-war as, well, war. Read the rest of this entry »
Fall of Saigon scenario ready to unfold at U.S. embassy
(KurtNimmo) – The U.S. embassy in Baghdad may soon fall prey to ISIS.
The embassy – the largest and most expensive diplomatic complex in the world, nearly as large as Vatican City – has maintained a corridor to Baghdad International Airport. In June Obama ordered the deployment of an additional 200 troops to reinforce security at the embassy and airport. Read the rest of this entry »
(NewsMax) – Americans should be “deeply skeptical” of government power, says FBI Director James Comey, adding that law enforcement should be able to access someone’s telephone only with a court order.
“I believe that Americans should be deeply skeptical of government power,” Comey told CBS News’ Scott Pelley in an interview for “60 Minutes” that will air on Sunday. “You cannot trust people in power.”
“The Founders knew that,” he said. “That’s why they divided power among three branches, to set interest against interest.”
Comey, 53, who became FBI chief in September 2013, cautioned that courts must grant law-enforcement agencies permission to telephones if the information is deemed to be critical to a criminal case or national security. Full story here.
The West is a vast lie machine for the secret agendas of vested interests
(PCR) – I have come to the conclusion that the West is a vast lie machine for the secret agendas of vested interests. Consider, for example, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and the Transpacific Trade and Investment Partnership. Read the rest of this entry »
“For the quarter ended Aug. 31, Monsanto reported a loss of $156 million, or 31 cents per share, compared with a loss of $249 million, or 47 cents per share, in the same period last year.” Read the rest of this entry »
“I get to the kiosk…mark the fact that I’ve been in Nigeria and nobody cares”
(Fusion.Net) – The Ebola outbreak continues to spiral out of control. Near the epicenter of the epidemic in West Africa, more than 3,400 people have died and more than 7,000 people have been infected with the virus. Officials are scrambling to contain the outbreak at its source and keep it from spreading. Read the rest of this entry »
(LondonTelegraph) – A Dallas health worker who looked after the first Ebola victim to die in the United States contracted the disease despite wearing a full protective gown, gloves and face shield as she cared for him.
Officials in Texas said they were “very concerned” that the first transmission of the virus on US soil occurred despite following health and safety guidelines.
The female nurse, who has asked not to be named, had been classified as having a “low risk” of carrying the disease before testing positive for Ebola on Saturday night.
Those caring for him were said by hospital officials to have abided by Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines which stipulate that full protective suits should be worn while treating Ebola victims. Full story here.
Virus contracted even though nurse wore full protective gear
(Infowars) – A second case of Ebola has been identified in the United States, following the death of the first person diagnosed with the disease.
Early Sunday, Texas health officials announced that one of the nurses who tended the Ebola patient at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas had fallen ill and tested positive in a preliminary test for the fast-killing disease. Read the rest of this entry »