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War

Normalize Peace

Source: Caitlin Johnstone Rogue Journalist April 19, 2018 Caitlin Johnstone National Geographic’s Brain Games aired a social experiment a while back which produced some footage which, while jarring, shouldn’t surprise anyone who takes an interest in the way people tend to operate when in groups. A waiting room was filled up …

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Health

I Was Poisoned By Mercury: The Silent Heavy Metal Pandemic That Could Be Affecting You

Source: The Mind Unleashed April 17, 2018 Jeffrey Roberts I was six years old when my mouth first became a well of metallic poison. I remember the screech of the drill as it carved into my lower molar. My hands clutched the arms of reclining blue chair while my mother …

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Propaganda/Psyops

An Empire Built on Fear at Home and Abroad. War Fever is Everywhere

Source: Global Research April 15, 2018 By Prof. James Petras Introduction Political leaders and the mass media deluge the public with a constant stream of frightening incidents caused by the enemy-of-the-week:  nerve gas killing dozens of little babies in Syria, Russian-directed poison assassination attempts in England and terror incidents throughout …

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Crimes Against Humanity

As the US Starts a New War in Syria With No Evidence, Israel Is Murdering Civilians—On Video

A now infamous image of an Israeli soldier detaining a 12-year-old Palestinian boy at a protest near the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh in 2015. Unlike in Syria, there is documented evidence of civilian murder, war crimes, and use of chemical weapons in Israel, yet the US chooses to …

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Socialism

You Can’t Argue against Socialism’s 100 Percent Record of Failure

After more than two dozen failed attempts, Socialism has proven itself to be a disastrous philosophy. Source: Foundation for Economic Education April 16, 2018 by Kristian Niemietz Socialism is extremely in vogue. Opinion pieces which tell us to stop obsessing over socialism’s past failures, and start to get excited about its …

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War

War is Just F**kin’ Wrong

Photo by Meg Chang | CC BY 2.0 Source: counterpunch April 16, 2018 by Ron Jacobs There is no such thing as a good war, especially not in 2018. History, both recent and otherwise, has proven this statement. No war in the past seventy years has made the world a …

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War

Edgar Cayce May Have Been Right About Russia’s Role in Preventing World War III

Source: Waking Times April 14, 2018 Dylan Charles The U.S. has been attempting to enter Syria for almost five years now, and the chemical weapons pretext has been in play since the invasion of Iraq. We seem to be in a repeat cycle. Some kind of macabre Groundhog Day where no …

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Privacy

All Your Data Are Belong to Them

Source: The Corbett Report April 14, 2018 James Corbett It’s shocking, shocking, I tell you! Apparently, and I’m just learning this from some breaking news headlines so bear with me, but apparently Facebook has not been on the up and up when it comes to protecting their users’ privacy. Incredible, …

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Surveillance State

SCARY: Computer experts show how easy it is to hack off-the-shelf smart devices like baby monitors and home security cameras

Source: PrivacyWatch April 13, 2018 by Frances Bloomfield Is anyone truly secure in their home? That may not be the case in a world where bridges are being connected by rapidly improving technology. And with off-the-shelf smart devices becoming increasingly common features in homes, it seems that it’s easier than …

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Interventionism

5 Things You Should Know About US-led ‘One-Time’ Strikes On Syria

Source: The Last American Vagabond April 14, 2018 by RT Multiple targets in Syria were bombarded by the US, UK, and France in retaliation to what they said was an Assad-orchestrated chemical attack near Damascus. Here are the main facts about the intervention. Washington approved “precision strikes” against Syria early …

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