Banking and Monetary Policy

Global Economy: Between A Rock And A Hard Place

Source: The Corbett Report July 7, 2018 James Corbett Well, it’s official: “Japan Inc.” is now “Bank of Japan Inc.” Oh, OK, not officially official, but just about. As the Nikkei Asian Review reports, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) is now a top-10 shareholder in a whopping 40% of the …

Electrosmog

PhoneGate: The Cell Phone Industry’s Biggest Coup?

Source: Natural Blaze July 6, 2018 By Catherine J. Frompovich If you are one of the two billion people worldwide [2016] who use the latest in cell phone technology—by the way, I’m not one!—you need to take seriously what’s going on to prevent you, the consumer, from knowing the real …

Military Industrial Complex

Nation Horrified To Learn Child-Killing Death Merchants Have Racist Employee

Source: Caitlin Johnstone Rogue Journalist July 6, 2018 Caitlin Johnstone “A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people. Only a small ‘inside’ group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very …

Weather Modification

Iran just Accused the West of Engineering Drought for the 2nd Time

Source: The Mind Unleashed July 5, 2018 Markab Algedi Iran Brigadier General Gholam Reza Jalali, the man in charge of Iran’s Civil Defense Organization recently came out and openly said Iran’s clouds were being “stolen” by Israel and another nation in the region. He said that they were altering the …

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Surveillance State

The Weird DARPA/Facebook “Coincidence” You Never Heard About

Source: The Corbett Report July 5, 2018 James Corbett Ever hear about “Lifelog?” You know, the DARPA project to create an automatically updated, itemized, organized, electronic list of every interaction you have, every event you attend, every place you go and everything you do? The project that was announced as …

Police State

Police Union Calls for Banning of Books in High School Because They Mention Police Brutality

Police are calling for books to be banned from school because they talk about police brutality and real life scenarios that they say breeds distrust. Source: The Free Thought Project July 3, 2018 Matt Agorist Censorship is a necessity of the police state. Peaceful ideas that oppose the status quo …

Oligarchy

Babies

Source: Caitlin Johnstone Rogue Journalist July 4, 2018 Caitlin Johnstone When a baby is born, its parents teach it how to eat solid foods and walk and talk, which generally works out fine. Then they start teaching the baby all the lies their parents taught them, and things start to …

Education
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What if We Treated Public Schools as Monopolies?

If monopolies are bad, then public schooling is possibly the worst kind of monopoly. Source: Foundation for Economic Education June 3, 2018 by Kevin Currie-Knight Many of my friends who defend public education are also the political type who are very worried about monopolies. They often point to the damage that …

Free Energy

Inventor of ‘Free Energy’ Electrical Generator: “I’ve Been Poisoned Several Times”

Source: Collective Evolution July 2, 2018 By Arjun Walia In Brief The Facts: Adam Trombly and colleague Joseph Kahn designed and applied for patents for the Closed Path Homopolar Generator, a revolutionary design for super-efficient generation of electrical power. He explains the suppression of free energy machines. Reflect On: We …

Health

I Learned I Have Sleep Apnea. It’s More Serious Than Many People Realize.

Image: Chris Youssef There are many treatment options for a problem that can be downright deadly. Source: The Burning Platform July 2, 2018 Administrator One of the lighter moments along my journey to receiving a sleep apnea diagnosis was learning that “heroic snoring” is a clinical term. It sounds more …