(Mary Kay Linge) WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may soon be evicted from the London embassy that has sheltered him for the last six years.
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(Collective Evolution) Have you used a service like Ancestry or 23andMe before? What about the last time you donated blood, genetic testing or a biopsy? We all want good health, to help others and put in our best for a good cause, but did you consider what happens with the results from those activities?
(Rachel Blevins) Four years after Flint, Michigan, made headlines for poisoning residents with contaminated water, Elon Musk is promising to help find a solution.
(Rachel Blevins) A campaign to normalize pedophilia claims individuals who fantasize about raping children should be accepted as their own sexual orientation.
(Shem El-Jamal) “You are what you eat.” Most of us have likely heard this saying before and are familiar with its simple and sensible meaning. When we were younger, this adage taught us (hopefully) to take care of what we put into our bodies because the food we eat can have a direct affect on our health as a whole.
(Vicki Batts) Parents want to do what’s best for their children, especially when it comes to their health. For many, that means trusting their family doctor to lead them in the right direction — but when doctors receive benefits for pushing drugs and inoculations, that trust can easily be abused. Industry influence in medicine is so strong that doctors are now being encouraged to stop seeing patients who aren’t vaccinated.
(Anticorruption Society) United States Congressional Record, March 17, 1993 Vol. 33, page H-1303 (Rep James Traficant): The Bankruptcy of the United States.
(Jay Syrmopoulos) After being sued in April by Islamic reformer Maajid Nawaz and his organization, the Quilliam Foundation—over being listed as an “anti-Muslim extremist” in the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “Field Guide to Anti-Muslim Extremists”—the SPLC has announced that they reached a settlement with the liberal Islamic reformer, agreeing to pay Nawaz and Quilliam $3.375 million “to fund their work to fight anti-Muslim bigotry and extremism.”
(JD Heyes) The Southern Poverty Law Center has finally overstepped its bounds and mislabeled the wrong organization as a “hate group,” and in doing so has completely destroyed whatever credibility it had left.
(Justin Deschamps) When it comes to corruption, arguably the financial system is one of the most corrupt institutions on earth. As the following article details, various powerful actors on the world stage have carefully created a system that serves the elite at the cost of everyone else. But in our efforts to understand the problems of this world we should be careful not to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
(Elliott Gabriel) MintPress speaks with legal expert and law professor Ryan Alford, who warns that hidden within the recent Supreme Court ruling on the Trump administration’s “Muslim travel ban” is a massive power giveaway to the executive branch that allows any president to order the mass detention of American citizens without worrying about a challenge from the courts.
(Justin Deschamps) The following article is quite shocking, but it highlights the corruption of the justice system—something that affects us all. The question of why the world is such a crazy place is often asked at some point during life, especially in relation to concepts of a benevolent Creator. If a police officer can taser a person to death, and get away with it, how can the universe be fundamentally good?
One Card to Rule Them All — NWO Celebration Parody (Video)
(Jon Rappoport) Many ordinary meds cause depression; public trust in Pharma hits new low.
(Matt Agorist) As the left and right bicker over who’s to blame for the immigration crisis and how to deal with the influx of immigrants, those of us paying attention have the solution.