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Oct 08 19:04

Apple fixes 'chargegate' bug that left iPhone XS users unable to charge when their screen was off

Apple has issued an update to its iOS software to fix a bug that left some users unable to charge their phones.

iPhone users were reporting a bug that means their devices do not charge when plugged in, with the new XS and XS Max handsets among those said to be affected.

Today the firm released a new update, iOS 12.01, to address the issue.

Oct 08 17:19

Antidepressants Cause Severe Withdrawal Symptoms like Hallucination, Mania & Anxiety, New Study Reveals

New research reveals severe withdrawal symptoms in over half of those who discontinue antidepressant drugs, including lasting and even permanent damage.

Oct 08 17:18

How EMF from Bluetooth Ear Pieces Can Affect Your Eyes, Ears, Brain and Body

Many people who use Bluetooth technology to connect their devices may have no idea that exposure has been linked to brain tumors as well as dizziness, sleep issues, anxiety, depression, birth defects and more.

Oct 08 12:53

Anti-Vaccine Japan Has World’s Lowest Child Death Rate & Highest Life Expectancy

Fact: Japan has the lowest infant mortality rate following ban on mandatory vaccinations, they urge other countries to follow this firm stance

The citizens of Japan are statistically proven to be the healthiest and longest-living people in the world. The country also has the lowest infant mortality rate on the planet. It may come as no surprise to many that the Japanese Government banned a number of vaccines that are currently mandatory in the United States and has strict regulations in place for other Big Pharma drugs and vaccines in general. Japan’s anti-vax policies have long been criticised by vaccine pushers in the US who claim that vaccinating the public “promotes health.”

Oct 08 10:51

Sino-US Tensions: Pentagon Accuses China of Threatening America’s National Security

Sino/US tensions risk boiling over into something much more serious than already.

Washington considers China’s significant political, economic, trade, and military strength as a threat to US national security.

Accusations by US officials against China, Russia, and other countries are all about wanting no nations compromising Washington’s hegemonic agenda – its aim for unchallenged control.

The Trump regime slammed what it called Beijing’s “unfair trade” and other practices, along with accusing the country of intellectual property theft, cyberwar, interfering in America’s electoral process, militarizing the South China Sea, and controlling offshore islands it claims belong to other regional countries.

The US also claims the right to conduct freedom of navigation operations close to Chinese waters its officials consider provocative.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I think this paper was created in such a way as to anger the Chinese government, but also accomplish another agenda, which I will get to later in this post; that the US military is behind China, in nearly every sector of its weaponry, has to be laid squarely at the feet of the Pentagon, and those contractors with whom they are so cosy, and who give so much money to political campaigns as to prevent any reasonable, and long overdue criticisms of their products or services from harming their bottom line.

But what concerns me here, is the bristling, angry tone this takes, against both the Chinese government, and Chinese businesses, and there is a reason for that.

The Chinese are very practical, and bright, people. They understand that there are those in the bowels of power in DC who would love to see a regime change in both Russia and China. Paul Craig Roberts: Washington plans to nuke Russia and China Understanding this, can you possibly blame Chinese leadership for doing everything in its power to prevent this from happening?!?

But the belligerency here is the sort of J'accuse! rhetoric one expects to hear as the demonization prelude to a US war against China, and attempting to mold American opinion positively toward this agenda.

I frankly think that, even with the reinstitution of the draft, a war against China would be one of the most pigheadedly, ham-fistedly stupid things this government could do, and particularly at this time in our military's history. We don't have the weaponry, the manufacturing, the money, or the troop strength to insure a positive outcome to a conventional war with China.

And if the US goes to war against China, we had better count on Russia coming in on the Chinese side of the equation. Folks, I am saying this because I care about both my country, and our military; this potential war may well not end well for the US at all.

Oct 08 08:44

5G network uses same EMF waves as Pentagon crowd control system

The global rollout of 5G is well underway, and we soon may see new small cell towers near all schools, on every residential street, dispersed throughout the natural environment, and pretty much everywhere. But the safety of this technology is in serious question, and there is a raging battle to stop the taxpayer-funded implementation of 5G.

Oct 07 17:11

Lawsuit Claims Popular LaCroix Sparkling Water Has Insecticide and Other Harmful Chemicals

By Aaron Kesel

A lawsuit filed in Cook County, Illinois Circuit Court against popular beverage LaCroix alleges the sparkling water advertised as "all natural" includes a dangerous ingredient used in cockroach insecticide (linalool) as well as other harmful artificial ingredients that are "non-natural and synthetic compounds."...

Oct 06 10:48

Your Cell Phone is a Psychotronic Weapon of Mass Mind Control

Your cell phone is a psychotronic weapon. That means that your cell phone CAN read and control and probably IS reading and controlling your mind.

Oct 06 10:47

5G Network Uses Same EMF Waves as Pentagon Crowd Control System

The new cell network uses high band radio frequency millimeter waves to deliver high bandwidth data to any device within line of sight.

Oct 06 10:46

DEA Grants Pharmaceutical Company Monopoly on Medical CBD

News circulated recently that the DEA had rescheduled cannabidiol (CBD), the nonpsychoactive ingredient in cannabis, but the technicalities of the agency’s decision actually show their ruling is highly restrictive.

Oct 06 10:45

Study Finds Disinfectant Cleaners May Alter Children’s Gut Microbiome

Are chemicals you use to clean your home ending up in your gut?

Oct 06 10:32

Shingles Vaccine Troubling Ingredients

Many people Zostovaxwho at least look at a thing and smell it before they eat it think nothing of having a mysterious liquid injected directly into their blood. Many who read food labels for every last ingredient have no idea what they are taking in a vaccine injection. The shingles vaccine, like every other, contains troubling ingredients that should give thinking people pause for reflection.

Oct 06 09:39

Would you pay $550 to see your own medical records? Study reveals 60% of US hospitals charge more than the recommended limit - and there are no laws to stop them

US hospitals make it difficult and exorbitantly expensive for Americans to access their own medical records - despite laws protecting their rights to their health information.

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 protects not only the privacy of patient records, but their ability to request and receive documents about their health.

But the US government does not regulate the possible barriers between patients and their information.

Oct 05 16:55

#4 on PROJECT CENSORED’s Top 25 List: “How Big Wireless Convinced Us Cell Phones and Wi-Fi are Safe”

By B.N. Frank

Activist Post and many others have already reported about The Nation’s February 2018 article, “How Big Wireless Convinced Us Cell Phones and Wi-Fi are Safe.” It received so much attention that there were follow-up interviews with Mark Hertsgaard...

Oct 05 15:07

Facebook user who uploaded pirated copy of ‘Deadpool’ sentenced

A California man who uploaded a pirated copy of the movie Deadpool to Facebook has been sentenced to three weeks prison. The film was shared to the social media network, shortly after it premiered, where it was viewed 6,386,456 times. The man was indicted following an FBI investigation last year and previously pleaded guilty.

Oct 05 09:18

NAFTA 2.0 Enshrines Deregulation for all of North America

Trump’s re-negotiated NAFTA, now called the USMCA, pushes food safety and other forms of deregulation to new extremes, making it more difficult to undo the damage even after Trump leaves office, says Patrick Woodall of Food and Water Watch

Oct 04 18:12

“PC Magazine” Fires Author and Relocates Article Citing Health Effects of 5G

By B.N. Frank

On August 22, 2018, PC Magazine published John Dvorak’s article, “The Problem with 5G” which cites health risks as a major concern with this technology. On August 26, 2018 Activist Post published an article about John’s article. Unfortunately, John was fired on September 20 and PC Magazine replaced this article’s link with an article written by someone else. They also relocated John’s article to a different link...

Oct 04 09:18

Six FDA Approved Sweeteners Proven Toxic To Human Digestion

By Marco Torres

Using artificial sweeteners causes biochemical changes in the body and actually throw off the body’s ability to monitor how many calories we consume. FDA-approved artificial sweeteners and sport supplements have now been found to be toxic to digestive gut microbes, according to a new paper published in Molecules...

Oct 04 06:12

NEW FCC RULING GIVES FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF 5G ROLLOUT

On Monday October 1st, Sacramento, Houston, Indianapolis and Los Angeles became the first cities to gain access to Verizon’s 5G Wireless service.

The rollout of 5G is expected to herald the beginning of Smart Cities, where driverless cars, pollution sensors, cell phones, traffic lights, and thousands of other devices interact in what is known as “The Internet of Things”. The move towards the smart grid was hastened last week when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved a rule that will limit the role of local authorities regarding the build of 5G networks, specifically the amount city officials can charge telecommunication companies (“Big Tech”).

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Human health is of no consequence to this government, if money is to be made, and there has been no real, serious vetting of this technology before it is being rolled out.

Oct 03 14:18

Gab.com Is Being Targeted By Payment Processors

GAB ---In the last two weeks both of our payment processors have threatened to or have frozen our service

Oct 03 09:39

Is There a Vaccine Cancer Connection?

“This vaccine has not been evaluated for its carcinogenic or mutagenic potentials or impairment of fertility.”

This phrase or one similar can be found on just about every vaccine package insert and should be justification for any reasonable person to decline vaccination. However, doctors are not required to give full informed consent regarding vaccines and most people blindly trust their doctors.

Considering the recommended vaccine schedule has tripled in the United States over the last thirty years, parents have begun to question whether this is necessary or valuable to their children.

Oct 02 18:00

Study Finds Disinfectant Cleaners May Alter Children’s Gut Microbiome

Are chemicals you use to clean your home ending up in your gut?

Oct 02 17:58

The Truth About the Patient/Therapist Mind Game

There is something particularly odious – in my view – about the way in which we in the West approach what (until very recently) used to be called ‘mental illness’.

Oct 02 12:10

‘Dilbert’ Creator Scott Adams’ Son Dies from Fentanyl Overdose, Calls for ‘Execution’ of Chinese Drug Executives

Scott Adams made the heartbreaking revelation in a video on his Periscope, telling viewers he received a call from his ex-wife over the weekend that his 18-year-old stepson, Justin, had been found dead.

Full Periscope video here:

Oct 02 09:40

iPhone XS owners say it's making their selfies look TOO good: Customers complain the camera is automatically 'smoothing' skin

iPhone XS owners have uncovered a peculiar effect in Apple's latest high-end handset.

Some are reporting that the front-facing camera on the iPhone XS is making their faces appear strikingly smoother, with some claiming the photos look similar to edits applied in beauty apps like FaceTune.

The mysterious effect is also present in the iPhone XS Max, which has exactly the same front-facing camera as the iPhone XS.

Oct 02 09:12

iPhone XS hit by 'chargegate' bug as users complain Apple's new phones won't charge when plugged in with the screen off

iPhone users are reporting a bug that means their devices do not charge when plugged in, with the new XS and XS Max handsets among those said to be affected.

According to accounts on social media as well as Apple's own forums, some devices will not charge if plugged in when in 'sleep' mode, meaning the screen is off.

Some only work if the screen is turned on and the device 'woken up'.

Sep 28 11:21

Read the Shocking Conclusions from 28 Medical Studies Linking Fluoride to Lower IQ in Children

To date, there are at least 53 known international scientific studies concluding that fluoride consumption is harmful to the development of intelligence in children, it impairs their learning and memory capacity. Children are commonly exposed to fluoride from municipal water supplies, dental treatments, environmental pollution, and in-utero.

Sep 28 11:21

Why the Entertainment Industry Loves to Use Illuminati and Occult Symbolism to Sell

You really have to wonder if the accountants and marketing teams of the entertainment industrial complex have actually signed a deal with the devil, or if they’ve just realized how exceptionally profitable it is to use Illuminati and occult symbolism as a marketing device.

Sep 27 17:15

Another Recall: Burn Baby, Burn — Fitness Tracker Inferno!

By B.N. Frank

Just announced! ANOTHER Fitness Tracker recall! This time it’s due to burn risk.

"Portland-based Provata Health has recalled around 30,000 fitness trackers following reports of burns due to overheating issues...The Chinese manufactured devices come with a digital display, accelerometer, optical heart rate sensor and Bluetooth technology. They are offered in three colors: black, blue and mint green."...

Sep 27 13:31

The Bitcoin Psyop - corbettreport


TRANSCRIPT AND SOURCES: https://www.corbettreport.com/bitcoinpsyop/
Yes, the blockchain is truly revolutionary. Yes, bitcoin is Tulipmania 2.0. Yes, cryptocurrency is a nail in the coffin of the bankster parasites. Yes, digital currency is a tool of the totalitarian tyrants. No, these statements are not contradictory. But don’t worry if you think they are. You’re just a victim of "The Bitcoin Psyop."

Sep 27 11:08

'Vaccines can kill' billboard featuring the son of a former MMA fighter, who claims the toddler died from a vaccination, goes up in Kansas City

A 'vaccines can kill' billboard that features the son of a former professional fighter, who blames his toddler's death on vaccinations, has been erected in Missouri.

Twenty-month-old Nicholas Catone, of New Jersey, died suddenly in his sleep in May 2017, 17 days after receiving a DTaP vaccination, according to his parents.

The vaccination helps children younger than age seven develop immunity to three deadly diseases caused by bacteria: diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough.

But Nicholas' parents, former MMA fighter, Nick Catone and his wife Marjorie Madison-Catone, who has been a nurse for 12 years, believes their son's death was caused by the vaccination.

Nicholas is now the face of his parent's campaign to bring awareness to families that 'vaccines can kill'.

Sep 27 10:52

Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated: Mawson Homeschooled Study Reveals Who is Sicker

Something is wrong with America’s children. They are sick – allergic, asthmatic, anxious, autoimmune, autistic, hyperactive, distracted and learning disabled. Thirty-two million American children – a full 43% of them – suffer from at least one of 20 chronic illnesses not including obesity. Across the board, once rare pediatric disorders from autism and ADD to Type 1 diabetes and Tourette’s syndrome are soaring, though few studies pool the data. Compared to their parents, children today are four times more likely to have a chronic illness. And while their grandparents might never have swallowed a pill as children, the current generation of kids is a pharmaceutical sales rep’s dream come true: More than one million American children under five years old takes a psychiatric drug. More than 8.3 million kids under 17 have consumed psychiatric drugs, and in any given month one in four is taking at least one prescription drug for something.

Sep 26 13:17

America is So Free the Average Family Has to Spend More on Taxes than on Food and Clothing

The financial enslavement of the American people (and the rest of the world) is nearly complete.

Sep 26 12:03

Which Milk Alternatives Are Worthy of Your Consideration?

By Marco Torres

The risks of consuming pasteurized cow’s milk are pronounced when consuming in the long term, especially for women. Not only does pasteurized milk create imbalances in the ratios of crucial minerals, but it influences progression and rates of osteoporosis. So which alternatives to milk are there and which ones are actually healthy?

The most heavily consumed processed milks in the world all carry significant problems if we assess their toxic/nutrient balance. Cow’s milk is is essentially a dead liquid, devoid of any real nutritional value...

Sep 26 10:37

Top U.S. scientists forced to resign over allegations of corruption and false studies

Integrity and incorruptibility are qualities that we have every right to expect from the pillars of the scientific community. Shockingly, however, these pillars seem to be crumbling right before our eyes.

Agence France-Presse (AFP) recently reported that two of the most prominent scientists in the United States have been pressured to resign in the past few days, after it was reported that their methods revealed both their lack of integrity and susceptibility to corruption. (Related: The scientific fraud pandemic; few honest scientists remain.)

How the mighty have fallen

One of the most respected scientists in his field, José Baselga, chief medical officer at New York’s Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, is the published author of hundreds of articles featuring the most cutting-edge cancer research. The New York Times called him “one of the world’s top breast cancer doctors” and “a towering figure in the cancer world.”

Sep 25 17:32

What Apple's new iPhones REALLY cost: Teardown finds $1,249 XS Max has just $443 of parts

TechInsights, an Ottawa, Ontario-based firm which rips open phones to analyze their contents and estimate the cost of the parts inside, said on Tuesday that the iPhone Xs Max with 256 gigabytes of storage capacity contains about $443 in parts and assembly costs, compared with $395.44 for the 64-gigabyte version of last year's iPhone X.

Sep 25 10:53

Your Elected Officials Received How Much $$ From AT&T, Verizon and Comcast??

By B.N. Frank

There’s no doubt that technology can be wonderful. Anyone experiencing car trouble will tell you that having a cell phone can literally be a life saver. But it’s actually not necessary for millions more cell towers to be installed in front of homes and everywhere else so we can all have cell phone service. Unfortunately, this may happen anyway thanks to The Federal Communication (FCC) and many U.S. elected officials due to their unrelenting push to pass legislation in order to win the ridiculous and the highly risky “Race for 5G”...

Sep 25 09:50

CBD Scammers: Not All CBD Is Created Equally

By Susan Boskey

Is hemp cannabidiol (CBD) oil the new snake oil? Definitely not! Yet by the way some websites are marketing it I’m left to wonder.

The cannabis industry and others call the unrestrained and exuberant marketing of legal marijuana the “Green Rush” as excitement (and sometimes greed) can often supersede the consideration of including information vital to purchasers...

Sep 25 08:08

New Apple connection problem? iPhone XS users report subpar cell and Wi-Fi reception

Eight years after Apple's iPhone 4 Antennagate fiasco, we are seeing complaints from iPhone XS and XS Max users that Wi-Fi and cellular reception and performance isn't living up to expectations. FCC lab test results appear to lend credence to these concerns.

Sep 24 18:05

FCC Wants to Give $2B to Wireless Carriers on September 26

By B.N. Frank

According to a recent article in ARS Technica, this FCC proposal will also force cities and towns to act on small cell tower and wireless infrastructure applications within 60 or 90 days. It will be voted on September 26, 2018 and statements are still being accepted.

Numerous U.S. municipal governments, organizations, medical professionals and environmentalists are extremely ticked off...

Sep 24 15:30

Be careful with your new iPhone ...Apple's 'toughest ever' handset fails drop tests

Apple has billed the iPhone XS and XS Max as having the 'most durable glass ever in a smartphone.'

But neither device could survive being dropped onto a cement sidewalk.

New drop tests from device insurer SquareTrade confirmed that both of Apple's latest high-end smartphones are prone to shattering when dropped from six feet above the ground.

The iPhone XS and XS Max are made up of a glass display on the front, as well as a glass panel on the back side of the device.

And while SquareTrade found that the new models are much more durable than their predecessor, the now-discontinued iPhone X, they still managed to fail every drop test.

Sep 23 15:05

Psych Meds Put 49 Million Americans at Risk for Cancer

With 1 in 5 Americans taking a psychiatric medication, most of whom, long term, we should probably start to learn a bit more about them. In fact, it would have been in the service of true informed consent to have investigated long-term risks before the deluge of these meds seized our population over the past thirty years.

Sep 22 10:41

Top food researcher resigns after his work gets retracted

A prominent Cornell University food researcher resigned after an investigation found he committed academic misconduct, including misreporting data, the school announced Thursday.

Brian Wansink has been removed from all teaching and research positions and will retire at the end of the school year next June, Cornell said in a statement.

Wansink had previously helped update the US dietary guidelines and is known for his research on consumer behavior, which has been widely cited including in articles by The Associated Press.

Cornell says Wansink’s academic misconduct also included “problematic statistical techniques, failure to properly document and preserve research results and inappropriate authorship.”

Sep 22 08:34

FDA and CDC Issue Separate Warnings For Pet Owners Including Bacteria Resistance

By Aaron Kesel

The FDA has announced that some flea and tick medications can cause adverse reactions in dogs and cats, issuing warnings to pet owners and vets. Meanwhile, the CDC has announced that people are getting sick from pets and the antibiotics are failing to work.

Animals that received drugs in the isoxazoline class, including products sold under the names Bravecto, Nexgard, and Simparica, have experienced adverse events such as muscle tremors, ataxia and seizures, the FDA said...

Sep 21 14:44

Facebook Wants A Facial Recognition Smart Home Device For Its Users

By Aaron Kesel

Facebook is planning to announce a new home assistant device called “Portal” with a controversial facial recognition camera. This is significant because not even Amazon’s Echo or Google’s own Smart Home device has a facial recognition camera built in...

Sep 21 12:59

The Painful Truth About Last Year’s Failed Flu Vaccine

“There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” – Mark Twain

“…most ‘flu’ appears to have nothing to do with influenza. Every year, hundreds of thousands of respiratory specimens are tested across the US. Of those tested, on average 16% are found to be influenza positive.” – From the British Medical Journal editor, Peter Doshi, MD

“71 people would need to be treated with the flu vaccine to prevent one case. In other words, the flu vaccine did nothing for 70 out of 71 who received it. That means this study found the flu vaccine failed 99% (70/71).” — Dr David Brownstein

“Under ideal conditions (when the vaccine actually matches the main viruses circulating that season) you need to vaccinate 33 healthy adults to avoid one set of influenza symptoms. 33 is what is called the NNV (Number Needed to Vaccinate).” – Dr Tom Jefferson of the Cochrane Collaboration (Cochrane Database Syst. Rev. 2018. Feb. 1,2:CD001269)

Sep 21 11:56

Daily dose of booga booga - Next flu pandemic could be ‘DEADLIER than Spanish flu – wiping out 400 million across the globe’

A DEADLY flu pandemic like the Spanish flu could happen again, wiping out 400 million globally, leading flu experts have warned.

It's 100 years since the 1918 pandemic killed tens of millions of people - yet there's nothing stopping the flu virus becoming just as deadly again.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"GET YOUR VACCINATIONS! GET YOUR VACCINATIONS! GET YOUR VACCINATIONS! GET YOUR VACCINATIONS!"

Sep 21 10:37

First U.S. Airport “Biometric Terminal” Set For Rollout This Year

By Nicholas West

Biometric identification at U.S. airports has quietly been rolling out at various locations around the world. In some cases, it has been sprung upon the general traveling public without warning, leaving some to question how optional all of this will be as travelers becomes acclimatized to the new boarding process.

Despite many privacy groups warning about the type of incremental “mission creep” we have seen across the spectrum of technological tracking and surveillance, Delta Airlines is taking the lead in bringing about what they call the future of global air travel...

Sep 21 10:22

Turkey Fines Google $15Mln Over Breaches of Competition Law

The Turkish Antimonopoly Committee decided to make Google pay a 93-million-lira fine (some $15 million) over breaches of competition legislation in the sphere of software for mobile phones, the committee said on Thursday in a statement.

"It was decided to fine the companies of Google, Google International and Google Reklamcilik that will have to pay 93 million Turkish liras over the violation of the legislation on competition in the sphere of sales of software for mobile phones. These companies must remove the violations within six months and restore the effective competition on the market," the statement said.

Sep 21 10:19

When Pharmaceutical, Vaccine and Medical Device Corporations Rule the World’s Healthcare Industries: Too Late, It Already Happened

“Corporations should not be involved in any aspect of the democratic process. They should not be involved in education at any level. They should not be involved in health care. They should not be involved in the administration of social services. They should not be involved in the administration of justice. WHY? Because they are incapable of understanding and conforming to higher human aspirations and needs. Better to leave these areas to government, and to non-profit organizations, both of which are administered by humans in the human interest…The corporation is sociopathic in its disregard for human goals and values; in fact its behavior fits the World Health Organization’s criteria for defining the psychopath.” – Wade Rowland, author of Greed, Inc. Why Corporations Rule the World.

Sep 20 18:30

Apple now giving users ‘trust ratings’

The new Apple iOS 12 update launched early this week now gives users a ‘trust rating’ based their habits and manner of usage.

Sep 20 13:56

Canada Finds Glyphosate Contamination In Their Popular Food Products

Since independent labs in the United States have been finding glyphosate residue in all kinds of foods such as cereal, granola, snack items and even natural food brands – it’s no surprise that Canada should find the same contamination issue in their treasured foods as well.

Sep 20 11:51

iPhone owners claim their battery life has been 'cut in half' ahead of the launch of all-new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max tomorrow

Twitter is awash with claims the power shortages have been caused by the firm preparing for the UK and US release of its iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max tomorrow.

One user claimed their iPhone 6S Plus battery drops by almost 50 per cent in less than 15 minutes since the announcement.

Another asked: 'Did anyone else's iPhone battery life just get cut in half?'

Although there is some truth to the claims, it is not evidence of an Apple conspiracy to force users to upgrade to the latest handset.

Instead, the recent release of iOS 12 has demanded additional resources from their gadgets while it downloads, installs and re-indexes data stored on the iPhone.

Sep 20 11:37

Life Insurance Company Will Add Fitness Tracking Data to ALL Policies Next Year

By Nicholas West

One of America’s oldest insurance companies, John Hancock, has its eyes set firmly on the future. With the arrival of Big Data and the now never-ending stream of information that is available to data brokers on individuals in nearly real time, the lure of using it for customer analytics and behavior modification has become irresistible.

According to a recent announcement cited by Reuters, the company is taking the unprecedented step of “selling only interactive policies that track fitness and health data through wearable devices and smartphones.”...

Sep 20 09:15

Monsanto asks judge to overturn $289m cancer verdict, claims dying man presented lack of evidence

Agrochemical giant Monsanto has appealed to a California judge to throw out a $289 million jury verdict awarded to a man who claimed that the Bayer-owned company’s glyphosate-based weed-killers, including Roundup, gave him cancer.
The company filed motions in San Francisco’s Superior Court of California to claim that the jury’s decision was insufficiently supported by the evidence presented at trial by Dewayne Johnson, a school groundskeeper diagnosed with a terminal form of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

During the 2016 case, Johnson alleged his cancer was caused by years of exposure to Roundup and Ranger Pro herbicides, which both contain glyphosate – an ingredient that the World Health Organization’s cancer research agency classified as “probably carcinogenic to humans” back in 2015.

Monsanto has applied to Superior Court Judge Suzanne Bolanos, who presided over the original trial, asking her to set aside the verdict, reduce the award, or grant a new trial.

Sep 19 09:55

Reality show surgeon, 38, and his girlfriend, 32, who are charged with raping two women on film, 'used their good looks to snare more than 1,000 victims and traveled to Burning Man for prey'

A Californian doctor who appeared on Bravo reality show Online Dating Rituals of the American Male and his girlfriend have been charged with drugging, sexually assaulting and raping two women but investigators believe there could be more than 1,000 victims.

Orthopedic surgeon Grant William Robicheaux, 38, of Newport Beach, Orange County, and Cerissa Laura Riley, 32, of Brea, were charged earlier this month and on Tuesday authorities made a plea for more possible victims to come forward after police found hundreds of videos of intoxicated women believed to have been assaulted by the duo.

Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas said at a news conference that women 'might have felt a false sense of security' around the pair, because they are 'clean-cut and good looking'.

'We have all heard of a wolf dressed up in sheep's clothing,' Rackauckas said. 'Well, a wolf can wear scrubs or doctors' clothing. Or the wolf can be a beautiful woman.'

Sep 19 09:52

Big Pharma drug pushers infiltrate local public schools under the guise of “mandatory mental health screenings” for children

According to the World Health Organization, the United States is one of the most depressed countries in the world, with one in five adults experiencing some form of mental health issue each year. While some of the millions of people diagnosed with these conditions seek therapy to cope with their problems, the vast majority are simply handed prescriptions for antidepressant and other psychiatric drugs and sent on their way.

Sadly, more and more children are being swept up in this net of chemical medications. CCHR, the international mental health watchdog organization, warns that over 7 million children under the age of 17 are already on some form of psychiatric medication, including over 2 million on antidepressants, 1.2 million on antipsychotics, and 1.4 million on anti-anxiety medications.

Sep 19 06:36

Do you use Kleenex tissues? Top seller now guilty of adding skin-corrosive detergent Sodium Lauryl Sulfate

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) determined toxic at one percent, now loaded into Kleenex tissues at more than two percent.

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The chemical card also states that if inhaled, SLS causes sore throat and a cough. Don’t most people use Kleenex to blow their noses when they’re sick with a cold, infection, virus, or the flu? How is this legal? What’s next, maybe .01 percent anthrax tissues?

Sep 19 00:05

NZDF's new rifles - all 9040 of them - get firing pin replacements after breakages

Every single firing pin in the NZ Defence Force's 9040 new infantry rifles has been replaced after a number of the rifles broke when the weapon was brought into service.

The firing pin is a critical part of any firearm - without one it won't work.

The rifles were part of a $59 million deal to provide military personnel with state-of-the-art weapons.

The MARS-L rifle was brought to replace the Steyr rifle, which had been the general infantry weapon since 1988.

The new weapon is based on the M-16/AR-15 type weapon and was intended to double the range effectiveness of those firing it out to 600 metres.

The first shipment of the 9040 rifles bought from United States manufacturer Lewis Machine and Tools arrived in May last year.

Sep 18 18:55

Google’s New ‘Selfish Ledger’ Aims to Direct Human Evolution and Track Your Entire Life

The Selfish Ledger is the title of a leaked Google video released earlier this year in May 2018. Now, a few months later, it’s worth taking a closer look at this apparently leaked vid.

Sep 17 10:49

The Way American Healthcare Screwed This Couple Is Just Sick

Health care in the U.S seems to be one of those topics that can divide up a room quickly. What is the best system? What’s wrong with the current system? Who can implement the best ideas? Well, according to the Pew Research Center, regardless of income, 83% of Americans say that the high cost of medical treatments is what makes quality care unaffordable to the public.

If you have never been forced to take a hard look at the medical system in action it may be difficult to understand exactly how much these treatments can be. So someone on Reddit re-shared the story of a 71-year-old man who lost his wife to cancer, and the the toll the expense of medical care took on their lives. Scroll down below to read the post, it may shock you.

Sep 17 10:47

Nurse Whistleblower: Hospitals Vaccinating Patients by Force Without Their Knowledge

The U.S. mainstream medical system and healthcare are failed establishments that have drifted away from healing to become profit-based outlets dispensing inferior and outdated pharmaceutical products. The historical direction has been clear to anyone paying attention and now it appears that the beginning of some tipping point has arrived. What it means and where it will lead is unknown. Yet the status quo of business as usual is changing moving forward as medical whistleblowers come forward and communities recoil against their loss of heath freedom.

Sep 17 09:02

Efforts To Protect Us From Unproven 5G Cell Towers Radiation Health Effects

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Americans for Responsible Technology and Grassroots teamed up the week of September 9, 2018 to visit members of the U.S. Congress House and Senate Commerce Committees, which have jurisdiction over the Federal Communications Commission, in order to inform legislative directors and aides about the science on wireless radiation, which has been “memory-holed” by all who fast track 5G wireless with its special cell towers that must be placed within very close proximity to consumers residences, or even on their properties, in order to implement that technology...

Sep 16 13:53

The Philosophy of the Free-Range Human

The path from soft-slave statist to free-range human is difficult.

Sep 16 13:39

The 1% Will Own Two-Thirds of World Wealth Within the Next Decade

The media is telling us that the economy is stronger than ever. That GDP is outstanding, that middle class income is higher than ever, and that the stock market is smashing all records. Hooray! With all this so-called good news, it’s easier than ever to forget that we are witnessing the greatest transfer of wealth scheme in the history of the world.

Sep 16 08:09

Rip-offs In Healthcare, Especially Prescription Drugs

By Catherine J. Frompovich

The healthcare – or shall I call it “sickness care” – industries in the United States and, perhaps globally, apparently operate under several misleading practices of being there to help consumers get well.

Although that sounds altruistic, nothing probably is further from factual and monetary truths, according to many concerned individuals who recognize what amounts to “rip-offs” and are calling it out for what it is...

Sep 15 10:36

The Ever-increasing Presence Of Glyphosate

Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s ‘flagship product’ Roundup®–now owned by Bayer Pharmaceuticals [1], apparently has contaminated every last bastion of healthful food production and naturally-grown field crops.

The latest and most unfortunate producer of clean and organic grain products, Bob’s Red Mill of Oregon, has been sued over the findings of glyphosate in its “organic oatmeal.”

Sep 15 08:06

BPA-Free Plastics Disrupt Fertility

By Andy Coghlan

Many plastic bottles are sold as “BPA-free” — meaning they don’t contain bisphenol A, an ingredient known to disrupt reproduction in mice. But now it seems that the additives used in place of BPA are potentially just as harmful...

Sep 15 05:56

Google engineers and scientists flee the company as evil takes over

Google has become so unethical that even some of its own employees want nothing to do with it anymore. In the latest example of the company driving away valued workers, senior research scientist Jack Poulson has quit his job in protest of the company’s plans to launch a censored version of the Google search engine in China.

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