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Evidence Suggests The Moon Isn’t What We Think – Someone Might Have Put It There

Source: Collective Evolution August 10, 2018 By Arjun Walia In Brief The Facts:In 1962 Gordon MacDonald, a NASA scientist, published a paper stating it’s more likely that the moon is hollow than not. MIT’s Sean C. Solomon furthered this statement citing knowledge of the moon’s gravitation field as evidence. Reflect …

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Propaganda/Psyops

Dreamers

Source: Caitlin Johnstone Rogue Journalist August 12, 2018 Caitlin Johnstone People try to tell me that there is no hope. That the status quo is too fully locked in. That the sociopathic manipulators who are driving our species toward war, ecocide and Orwellian dystopia are just too powerful and too …

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Black Budget
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Government’s Own Report Shows Tax Dollars Spent in Afghanistan Have Boosted Opium Production

Source: Blacklisted News August 12, 2018 Rachel Blevins As the longest war in United States history approaches yet another anniversary, the U.S. is being forced to admit that after pouring billions of dollars into “counternarcotics efforts” in Afghanistan, the result has been an overwhelming increase in opium production. The recent report from …

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Foreign Policy

The Secret Battle for Africa

Source: The Corbett Report August 11, 2018 James Corbett In October 2017 United States African Command confirmed that three Green Berets had been killed and two more had been wounded when their patrol was ambushed in Niger. Reaction to this news from the non-Corbett Report audience was: “What? There’s a …

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Censorship

Problem Reaction Solution: Internet Censorship Edition

Source: The Corbett Report August 10, 2018 James Corbett Don’t be an idiot! The government is NOT going to be the neutral arbiters of the internet and the big tech companies are NOT monopolies unless YOU forfeit your responsibility and use their controlled platforms. The answers to the social media …

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Crimes Against Humanity

The Other Hiroshimas: A Review of ‘Napalm: An American Biography’, by Robert M. Neer

Source: Washington’s Blog August 9, 2018 by Robert Barsocchini Fire-weapons have been used from ancient times.  Napalm-like weapons were used by and against the Romans and Greeks.  One term used for them was “wildfire”; another was “Greek fire”, as incendiaries were widely used by the Greeks.  Some ships were equipped …

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Geoengineering

Geoengineering Programs and Weather Modification Experiments WORLDWIDE!

Source: ClimateViewer News May 22, 2018 Jim Lee SCOPEX, FICER, DHS Hurricane Control, Marine Cloud Brightening, Ocean Iron Fertilization, and Cloud Seeding Projects around the Globe! Related Posts:Inventor of Cloud Seeding Created ‘Weather Weapons of War’A technofix for the climate?Climate Global Control Trading LLC Creates & Steers Hurricanes with Ionospheric …

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Propaganda/Psyops

Let’s All Move to Taxlandia! – #PropagandaWatch

Source: The Corbett Report August 9, 2018 James Corbett So how much taxation is too much? And how much is too little? And how much is juuuuuust right? Don’t worry if you don’t know, the European Union is here to educate you (and your children) on the right answer to …

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Health

Hydrogen Water: Why You Should Drink It

Source: Wake Up World August 7, 2018 By Dr. Edward F. Group The benefits of hydrogen (H2) were discovered centuries ago and used for medical purposes. Recently, this chemical element has become incredibly popular as an additive to drinking water known as “hydrogen water” for similar medical and health benefits. Advantages …

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Privacy

Did YOU fall for it? Privacy watchdogs warn selfie lovers that Google’s “art doppelganger” app isn’t just for fun – they are building facial recognition database

Source: Privacy Watch August 2, 2018 by David Williams People love taking pictures. Whether it’s of food, places, their pets, and especially themselves, most people just can’t help but press the shutter button on cameras and capture images that they’ll review once or twice later but inevitably forget about. The …

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