(B.N. Frank) It doesn’t seem to matter that an increasing number of Americans – including Dr. Naomi Wolf and Dr. Oz – continue voicing concerns and taking action against the mass installation of risky 5G wireless WiFi technology. Exposure to 5G has been determined to cause many undesirable side effects including excessive sweating.
(Mac Slavo) A new World Economic Forum study has concluded that robots and artificial intelligence will handle about 52% of current work tasks by the year 2025. That’s almost twice as many as they already currently handle.
(Derrick Broze) The War on Terror
Immediately following the attacks of September 11, 2001, President George W. Bush promised Americans he would exact revenge on those who dare attack the empire. Dubya’s program of “Shock and Awe” gave the American public an upfront look at what the U.S. military was prepared to do to the enemies of “freedom and democracy.”
(Peter A. Kirby) We have passed another major turning point in our noble anti-geoengineering movement. Chalk up another huge ‘W’ for Dane Wigington at GeoengineeringWatch.org. The man is on a tear.
(Truthstream Media) As the anniversary is shortly upon us, we decided to revisit footage captured from live local media broadcasts on the morning of September 11, 2001.
(Catherine J. Frompovich) Now that the seventeenth anniversary of the horrendous 9-11 events that occurred in New York City is upon us, we slowly—but surely—are finding out just how much was kept from the public.
(Mac Slavo) A Chinese company that claims to have hacked Hillary Clinton’s private server reportedly has a copy of every single email the former presidential candidate sent and received afterward. The Chinese state-owned company inserted a code that forwarded all Hillary’s emails to them, and Donald Trump is already demanding that this is investigated.
(Catherine J. Frompovich) The folks at Judicial Watch emailed me their latest “find” regarding the ongoing Russian investigation at the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA), which I think my readers may want to read. Don’t laugh, folks, but here are 412 numbered pages from that release with more redactions than there are “nuggets of information.”
(Michael Snyder) If the U.S. economy is really doing so well, then why is homelessness rising so rapidly? As the gap between the rich and the poor continues to increase, the middle class is steadily eroding. In fact, I recently gave my readers 15 signs that the middle class in America is being systematically destroyed.
(Catherine J. Frompovich) According to select news reports we in the USA are permitted to know and to see by those who control the news, “it’s fire season, and the world seems to be burning.”
(B.N. Frank) CBS 60 Minutes, ABC’s 20/20, Good Morning America and other media outlets have aired segments addressing issues about how technology is adversely affecting children. A former Facebook president and executive have also expressed regret in the role they have played in this.
(Catherine J. Frompovich) There are facts and, then, there are factoids, which are a brief or trivial item of news or information; an assumption or speculation that is reported and repeated so often that it becomes accepted as fact [online Dictionary], which can apply, in my opinion, to the pseudoscience published by the HHS, CDC, FDA and the mainstream, lamestream media regarding vaccines and vaccinations.
(Nicholas West) It appears that, once again, the government narrative that TSA surveillance and groping is needed to keep Americans safe from the terrorists “over there” is nothing but a justification to violate the rights of everyone.
(Aaron Kesel) The American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California tested Amazon’s facial Rekognition software and the program erroneously and hilariously identified 28 members of Congress as people who have been arrested for crimes.
(Catherine J. Frompovich) The CDC whistleblower regarding the fraudulent 2004 MMR DeStefano et al vaccine study that excluded pertinent epidemiological information regarding young black boys less than three years of age, epidemiologist Dr. William Thompson, PhD, apparently has gone out of his way to comment on a ‘study’ performed by a student working on his Master’s degree in Medicine in 2014, Luke E. Taylor, “a ‘Pediatric Registrar’ at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead in Sydney, Australia.”