Crimes Against Humanity

Former Official Claims UN Aid Workers Raped 60,000 People in Last Decade

Credit: United Nations Source: The Mind Unleashed February 23, 2018 Amanda Froelich The UN is the focal point of controversy following allegations that its staff members have raped 60,000 people over the last decade, as well as used their positions to exploit those they were supposed to protect. The bombshell …

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Prison Industrial Complex

Stop Supporting Prison Slavery by Avoiding These 7 Companies

Source: New Paradigm by Arjun Walia Prison is big business, and working prisoners are a corporation’s dream. Prisoners are being contracted for work right now on a massive scale, and despite the alarming and unsustainable growth of inmate numbers in the United States, incentive to lock people up is only …

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New Study Links Cellphone Radiation to Heart and Brain Tumors

Source: Wake Up World February 23, 2018 By Dr. Joseph Mercola Mounting evidence suggests electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation from cellphones can trigger abnormal cell growth and cancer.1,2 As early as 2011, the evidence was strong enough for the International Agency for Research on Cancer, the cancer research arm of the World Health Organization, to …

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War of Drugs

FBI: Marijuana arrests outpace all violent crime

Source: The Influence February 23, 2018 Reminder: the war on drugs is still in full effect. It may be easy to forget with more and more states turning to legalized recreational and medical marijuana. It can get lost when we hear so many government officials responding to the opioid crisis …

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Surveillance State

AnyVision’s facial recognition cameras are being installed in ‘smart cities’ everywhere

Source: MassPrivateI February 20, 2018 by mapi Everywhere you turn politicians and corporations are trying to convince the public we need to convert our cities into ‘smart cities’. Last week AnyVision and Nvidia announced that they are working together to put facial recognition cameras in cities across the globe. “Nvidia has partnered with AI …

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Confirmed US Meddling in Thailand’s Upcoming Elections

Source: New Eastern Outlook February 21, 2018 Joseph Thomas As the United States intensifies its accusations against Russia for alleged interference in the 2016 US Presidential Elections, the United States itself is found engaged in confirmed political interference worldwide. This includes in Southeast Asia where Washington is attempting to rush …

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Agenda 21

Sustainable Development: Code for Reorganizing Human Society

Source: Activist Post February 21, 2018 By Tom DeWeese It’s in every community in the nation. We hear it talked about in county commission meetings and state legislatures. It’s even used in advertising as a positive practice for food processing and auto sales. It’s used as the model for building …

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On This Day in 1942, US Authorities Began Locking Up Americans In Concentration Camps

Today is the 76th anniversary of the signing of the executive order which allowed the internment of Japanese Americans — in concentration camps on US soil. Source: The Free Thought Project February 19, 2018 By Claire Bernish Authorities swarmed towns, knocking on doors, questioning neighbors, rounding up those who now, …

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Venezuela: Revenge of the Mad-Dog Empire

Photo by Diariocritico de Venezuela | CC BY 2.0 Source: counterpunch February 21, 2018 by Ajamu Baraka Only in the world of comic-book fantasies is the United States a friend to the oppressed in Africa or anywhere else on the planet. In the real world, the U.S. is a predator, …

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Surveillance State

The Hypocrisy of The New York Times: America is a Surveillance State

Source: Activist Post February 20, 2018 by Derrick Brose The New York Times is more than willing to point out the surveillance state in China and other nations; however, they remain silent about America’s surveillance. In early February The New York Times ran a piece titled “What It’s Like to …

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