Jan 23 08:00

Ford finally recalls three MILLION cars as part of biggest auto recall in U.S. history over deadly airbags that have killed 27 people including 17-year-old who was hit in throat by shards of metal

Ford will recall three million cars after air bag inflators ruptured, injuring 400 people and killing at least 27 worldwide.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Tuesday ordered Ford to issue the recall, rejecting a bid by the second-largest U.S. automaker to avoid it. The recall will come at a cost of $610 million to Ford.

The defect, which in rare instances leads to air bag inflators rupturing and sending potentially deadly metal fragments flying, prompted the largest automotive recall in U.S. history affecting 41.6 million cars.

Jan 22 14:08

As Biden Became President, Medical Journal Quietly Retracted Study That Claimed Hydroxychloroquine Is Ineffective

This retraction appears to validate the claims then-President Trump made about the medication being a frontline drug in the battle in the pandemic.

Jan 21 20:51

Banking Blockade: Another Bank Just Announced They're Closing Trump's Accounts

BankUnited has followed Signature Bank in deciding to close former president Donald Trump's bank accounts in what appears to be part of a banking blockade aimed at punishing him for actions he took as our commander-in-chief.

Jan 19 22:15

A Guide to Home-Based COVID Treatment- PDF Booklet

AAPS - Association of American Physicians and Surgeons.

Excerpt (Ch 3, para 2): "Hospital care for critical patients has a much higher death rate, and far higher risk of long-term lung, heart, neurological, and other complications for those who survive.

Jan 19 09:12

A Death and a Settlement as Bayer Continues Trying to End Roundup Litigation

Seven months after Bayer AG announced plans for a sweeping settlement of U.S. Roundup cancer litigation, the German owner of Monsanto Co. continues to work to settle tens of thousands of claims brought by people suffering from cancer they say was caused by Monsanto’s weed killing products. On Wednesday, one more case appeared to find closure, though the plaintiff did not live to see it.

Lawyers for Jaime Alvarez Calderon, agreed earlier this week to a settlement offered by Bayer after U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria on Monday denied summary judgment in favor of Monsanto, allowing the case to move closer to a trial.

The settlement will go to Alvarez’s four sons because their 65-year-old father, a longtime winery worker in Napa County, California, died just over a year ago from non-Hodgkin lymphoma he blamed on his work spraying Roundup around winery property for years.

Jan 19 07:08


Delores Cahill explains the significance of a 2012 paper on SARS immunisation which revealed subsequent deaths among animals and children that had received the vaccine.

Jan 18 15:15

De-Platforming of Gun Sites Is a Dark Harbinger

Surrendering freedoms to a few corporations to arbitrate isn’t just dangerous for the firearm industry. It erodes all of our rights as well as this nation we all dearly love.

Jan 18 01:14

WhatsApp delays privacy update over user 'confusion' and backlash about Facebook data sharing

WhatsApp has delayed a privacy policy update that caused confusion and backlash among users over fears it could mean broader data sharing with the messaging app’s owner Facebook.

“We’ve heard from so many people how much confusion there is around our recent update. There’s been a lot of misinformation causing concern and we want to help everyone understand our principles and the facts,” WhatsApp said in a blog post over the weekend.

The updates related specifically to features that allow users to message and interact with businesses on WhatsApp. Last year, Facebook announced that businesses using WhatsApp could store and manage their chats with customers using Facebook’s “secure hosting infrastructure.”

Jan 17 21:14

Ten Things You Need to Know about the Experimental COVID Vaccines

The COVID vaccines produced by Pfizer and Moderna are called mRNA (messenger RNA) vaccines – a completely new type of vaccine that has never been licensed or used on humans before...
Experimental COVID Vaccines: mRNA Vax is an Operating System. The mRNA vaccines of Moderna and Pfizer could barely be regarded as medicine in the traditional sense. They are transhumanistic tools to synthetically alter you at the genetic level. In fact, Moderna has even admitted on their website that their new COVID vaccines are an “operating system” and the “software of life”:

Jan 17 07:46

40% of L.A. Firefighters Decline to Show Up for Coronavirus Vaccine

40% of Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) firefighters have failed to turn up for voluntary vaccination against the coronavirus, following a pattern of reluctance seen among many front-line health care workers and first responders.

Jan 16 07:02

James Murdoch Lambasts Some US Media For Advancing 'Insidious' Forces Amid Capitol Riot

James Murdoch, youngest son of media oligarch Rupert Murdoch, earlier in summer resigned from his position on the board of his father's News Corp media empire, citing "disagreements over the editorial content".

James Murdoch, in an interview with The Financial Times, denounced American media, and Fox News in particular, for advancing what he described as "insidious and uncontrollable forces", and expressing hope that the deadly Capitol havoc will result in a "reckoning" for the media in the US.

“The damage is profound," Murdoch told the FT. “The sacking of the Capitol is proof positive that what we thought was dangerous is indeed very, very much so. Those outlets that propagate lies to their audience have unleashed insidious and uncontrollable forces that will be with us for years.”

Jan 16 04:16

Over 11,000 Ice Cream Cartons Recalled Due To Possible Metal Pieces

The ice cream flavor is cookies and cream. Not cookies and metal pieces. Or metal pieces and cream. Nonetheless, a piece of metal equipment is what one customer reportedly found in a container of Weis Quality Cookies and Cream Ice Cream.

Jan 16 04:08

Hot Pockets recall: Nestle recalls nearly 763K pounds due to possible glass, plastic contamination

Nestlé Prepared Foods is recalling about 762,615 pounds of pepperoni pizza Hot Pockets, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced late Friday.

The frozen stuffed sandwiches, which were shipped to stores nationwide and produced in November, are being recalled because they “may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically pieces of glass and hard plastic,” according to a news release.

The USDA classified the announcement as a "Class I" recall, which it defines as a "health hazard situation where there is a reasonable probability that the use of the product will cause serious, adverse health consequences or death."

According to the USDA notice, the “problem was discovered when the firm received four consumer complaints of extraneous material in the pepperoni hot pocket product” and there has been “one report of a minor oral injury associated with consumption of this product.”

Jan 15 16:42

Big Tech’s Purge is Only Beginning… For Them

Now more than at any other point in history is there the opportunity for a real, properly-built and decentralized social media platform owned by those that hold the governance tokens and not a corporation or organization which is corruptible.

Because we’ve seen how that story ends.

Jan 15 06:17

WhatsApp Clarifies It Cannot See Your Private Messages

WhatsApp is under fire due to a change in the company's Terms of Service, effective Feb. 8, which now states that WhatsApp will share user data with parent company Facebook.

Users are leaving the platform — one indication is a massive surge of new users into competing messaging service Signal — and now, WhatsApp is mitigating the damage.

"We want to address some rumors and be 100 percent clear we continue to protect your private messages with end-to-end encryption," the company tweeted Tuesday.

In an infographic attached to the tweet, WhatsApp clarifies that it "cannot see your private messages or hear your calls and neither can Facebook." Furthermore, WhatsApp says it "does not keep logs of who everyone is messaging or calling," it "cannot see your shared location and neither can Facebook," and it "does not share your contacts with Facebook."

Jan 15 06:12

WhatsApp's changes to personal data violate users' privacy and pose a threat to national security, according to a court filing in India, the app's biggest market

After widespread backlash from users and privacy activists alike, a petition has been filed in India against WhatsApp's new privacy policy.

The petition, filed in the Delhi High Court, calls on the Indian government to ensure WhatsApp does not share user data with third parties, Bar & Bench report.

WhatsApp informed users on Wednesday that it was updating its terms of service and privacy policies from February 8, 2021.

The messaging platform announced it would start sharing some personal data, including phone numbers and locations, with its parent company, Facebook.

If users don't agree to new terms of service, they will lose access to the app.

A WhatsApp spokesperson told Ars Technica the change was to allow businesses to store WhatsApp chats using Facebook's broader infrastructure. The company says the changes do not impact users in the UK or the EU, and do not affect the privacy of conversations with friends and family.

Jan 11 16:18

Free Speech Platform Gab Reports 750% Increase in Traffic

In response to the surge in traffic, Gab founder and CEO Andrew Torba gave a concise comment simply stating:

“Checkmate, Silicon Valley.”

Jan 11 15:32

Unprecedented Numbers Exercise 2nd Amendment Rights in 2020

We know from retailer reports that about 40% of buyers were first-time gun buyers, and that there were significant increases in the percentage and number of female and minority gun buyers. Forty-percent of those first-time gun buyers were women. The 2nd Amendment is not bound by race, gender, or socioeconomic status. -- It is about giving Americans a fighting chance to defend themselves and their families.

Jan 09 08:58

Convicted Pedophile Marty Weiss Meets Twitter's Standards

Twitter has standards. Many registered Republicans don't meet these standards. Convicted child rapists like Marty Weiss meet Twitter's community standards.

Jan 07 13:37


According to a peer reviewed study published in a respected journal by the world’s most authoritative vaccine scientists, Bill Gates DTP vaccine killed 10 times more African girls than the disease itself. The vaccine apparently compromised their immune systems. Although, such study was never performed before 2017, Bill Gates and the Vaccine Alliance GAVI and WHO pushed the vaccines on unsuspecting African babies.

Jan 07 05:28

Vaxxed v. Unvaxxed: Lawsuit Seeks to Protect Americans From Discrimination Based on Vaccination Status

In a federal complaint filed last month in the U.S. District Court of California, constitutional litigators Greg Glaser and Ray Flores presented results of a pilot study showing unvaccinated adults and children are healthier than their vaccinated counterparts.

Jan 06 06:40

Bill Gates Worked To End Livestock Production, Pushed Lab Grown Meat

As the United States faces unprecedented meat shortages due to processing plants going offlinein response to the coronavirus, a long-standing globalist agenda to halt meat consumption is being fulfilled.

Tyson foods recently warned that the food supply chain is “breaking.”

Lockdowns have created a situation in which farmers have nowhere to send their product, and in turn millions of animals are being slaughtered. Additionally, vegetables that would normally end up on store shelves are rotting in the field.

Despite this reality, Twitter has announced that talk of food shortages will be censored.

Jan 04 12:03

Serious Warning Issued For Apple AirPods Max Users

Apple’s upcoming AirPods 3 are tipped to be a lot more expensive, but now warnings have been issued for the most expensive AirPods of all.

Across Twitter, Reddit (1,2,3,4) and Apple site forums, owners of Apple’s $550 AirPods Max are reporting problems with condensation building up inside their ear cups after just a few hours usage. Moreover, this may be caused by an unfixable design flaw.

Jan 03 07:54

Cattle Rancher Warns About the Meat You're Buying

In the video above, American cattle rancher Shad Sullivan from North Texas is interviewed by host Patrick Bet-David about the future of the cattle and meat industry. In April 2020, Sullivan posted a YouTube video1 discussing how U.S. farmers are being forced to dump the food supply — plowing under vegetable crops, euthanizing millions of chickens, aborting sows and burying feeder pigs, and dumping milk by the hundreds of thousands of gallons.

Sullivan says officials from the U.S. Department of Agriculture are also preparing farmers to depopulate cattle that are ready to harvest due to a “bottleneck created by the effects of COVID and the logistics therein.” Yet, while preparing U.S. cattle ranchers to cull their herds, the U.S. is actively importing beef from other countries.

Jan 02 12:12

Horror: Nashville Nurse Gets Bells Palsy From Vaccine!

Khalilah Mitchell, a registered nurse from Nashville, Tennessee, now suffers from bells palsy after getting a Covid-19 vaccine.

Dec 23 08:45

The Truth About Fauci—Featuring Dr. Judy Mikovits

By [RFK, Jr's] Children's Health Defense - April 24, 2020

"Dr Fauci ordered Mikovits to keep her mouth shut. When she refused, he illegally confiscated her work books and hard drives, drove her from government work + blackballed her from receiving NIH grants ending her science career. XMRV remains in American vaccines."

Dec 22 08:05

Warning: Covid Vaccines! Huge Risks, Huge Injuries – Huge Compensations?

Did you know that the US Government since 1988 paid as of 1 December 2020 more than 4.4 billion dollars to vaccine-injury victims? – It’s your money – Taxpayers Money. This is Health Services and Service Administration Vaccine Injury Compensation Data

The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP), was set up in 1988, to compensate for the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA) of 1986 (42 U.S.C. §§ 300aa-1 to 300aa-34) which was signed into law by US President Ronald Reagan, as part of a larger health bill on November 14, 1986.

Under NCVIA nobody can sue a vaccine producing pharma-company or laboratory for injuries and / or death caused by a vaccine. NCVIA’s purpose was to eliminate the potential financial liability of vaccine manufacturers due to vaccine injury and death. The official explanation for the NCVIA is “to ensure a stable market supply of vaccines, and to provide cost-effective arbitration for vaccine injury claims.”

Dec 22 08:01

Donald Trump Administration’s Approval of “Radioactive Roads”: Lawsuit against EPA

Environmental, public health and union groups sued the Environmental Protection Agency today for approving the use of radioactive phosphogypsum in roads. The groups also petitioned the agency to reconsider its Oct. 20 approval.

The EPA has long prohibited use of phosphogypsum in roads because it contains uranium and radium that produce radionuclides linked to higher risks of cancer and genetic damage.

The agency ignored its own expert consultant, who found numerous scenarios that would expose the public — particularly road-construction workers — to a cancer risk the agency considers to be unacceptably dangerous.

Because the phosphogypsum is likely to be used in roads within 200 miles of phosphogypsum storage stacks, most of which in are Florida, the approval may also affect hundreds of protected plants and animals and their critical habitat.

Dec 22 02:02

Your Search History Could Influence Your Credit Score Under New IMF Proposal

A new working paper from the International Monetary Fund proposes that banks start using "nonfinancial data" such as people's "history of online searches and purchases" to influence credit scores.

[...] Imagine being denied credit or having your credit score tanked because you bought the "wrong" book, visited the "wrong" website or listened to a sermon online from the "wrong" Christian pastor.

Dec 21 10:42

Shoppers Beware: Scammers Are Sending Fake Shipping Notifications to Steal Your Info

With the pandemic pushing more holiday shoppers online this year, business is booming for major shippers like Amazon, FedEx, and UPS. Malls around this time are already veritable Petri dishes with crowds packing into stores and willing to elbow the ever-loving Christmas cheer out of each other over gifts. And to cash in on the wave of shoppers opting for a virtual haul this year, scammers have overwhelmingly shifted to using fake shipping notifications in their phishing schemes, per a CNBC report.

Dec 18 17:15

Media Blackout: Moderna’s FDA Report Lists 13 Deaths in Vaccine Trials — 6 in Vaccine Group, 7 in Placebo

By Spiro Skouras

In this report, we examine discrepancies in the FDA Moderna report that was voted on by an advisory panel. The panel voted 20-0 recommending EUA.

Some of the discrepancies include cherry picked trial participants to achieve the desired results to gain EUA, as well as 13 total deaths in the trials – 6 in the vaccinated group and 7 in the placebo. Something the media refuses to address.

Dec 17 12:27

Apple's AirPods have a frustrating new 'feature.' We figured out how to fix it

After upgrading to iOS 14 or MacOS 11 Big Sur you've likely experienced your AirPods randomly switching between your Apple devices. The new automatic switching feature is supposed to make your life easier, but for many -- including yours truly -- it's annoying.

In theory, the new feature would be able to identify which Apple device you want to use your AirPods with in real-time. For example, if you're streaming music on your iPhone and you start playing a video on your iPad, the AirPods should switch to your iPad. But in reality, the feature is somewhat finicky. I know I've experienced issues with my iPhone taking over my AirPods connection when I unlock it while I'm listening to music on my iPad.

Dec 16 21:45

American Medical Association Rescinds Previous Statement Against Prescription of Hydroxychloroquine to COVID-19 Patients

However, on page 18 of a recent AMA memo, issued on October 30, (resolution 509, page 3) the organization officially reversed their stance on HCQ, stating that its potential for good currently may supersede the threat of any potential harmful side effects.

Dec 16 14:57

Facebook Criticizes Apple Privacy Policy in Newspaper Ads

Facebook is again pushing back on new Apple privacy rules for its mobile devices, this time saying in full page newspaper ads that the social media giant is standing up for small businesses.

In ads that ran in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and other national newspapers, Facebook said Apple's new rules “limit businesses ability to run personalized ads and reach their customers effectively."

“While limiting how personalized ads can be used does impact larger companies like us, these changes will be devastating to small businesses adding to the many challenges they face right now," the ad states.

The ads come after Apple said earlier this week it would begun spelling out what kinds of personal information is being collected by the digital services displayed in its app stores for iPhones and other products made by the trendsetting company.

Dec 16 14:28

Latest iOS update shows all the ways Facebook tracks you. There are a lot.

Knowing Facebook tracks everything you do is one thing, but actually seeing it? Oof.

Apple officially launched iOS 14.3 Monday, and with it came an update to the App Store that promises to forever change the way you look at your downloads. Now, when you pull up an app, Apple offers a detailed list of "how developers may handle your data[.]" And when it comes to Facebook's family of apps, oh, man, do they ever handle it.

Facebook, of course, owns both Instagram and WhatsApp (as well as Oculus and scores of other name-brand services). But let's look at just the main Facebook app first. Here, for your viewing pleasure, is user data which Facebook confirmed to Apple its "privacy practices may include handling[.]"

Dec 14 05:12

Saw recall 2020: Fiskars 16-foot extendable pole saws and Craftsman chain saws recalled for laceration hazard

Nearly 550,000 saws sold at home improvement and hardware stores nationwide are being recalled because they pose a "laceration hazard."

Fiskars Brands Inc., of Middleton, Wisconsin, is voluntarily recalling about 467,680 of its 16-foot Extendable Pole Saw and Pruner because "the telescoping poles of the pole saw/pruner can separate, causing the poles to come apart and fall down and the saw blade and pruner head to drop, posing a laceration hazard," according to a recall notice posted on the Consumer Product Safety Commission website.

As part of a separate recall, Black & Decker is recalling about 82,000 Craftsman 10-inch corded chain saws because the saws "can start unexpectedly without operation of the switch when the extension cord adaptor is connected upside down."

Dec 12 11:15

The COVID Vaccine Is Here … And So Are Potential Side Effects …

By Spiro Skouras

The UK and Russia have begun their mass COVID vaccination campaigns and it won’t be long from now until the experimental shot is deployed in your town. Meanwhile, Canada, the US and Mexico are among a growing list of countries who have approved the Pfizer vaccine.

In this report, we examine some of the possible adverse events the CDC and FDA will be looking for, according to the agencies’ own virtual meeting on surveillance and vaccine safety held in October 2020.

We will also take a look at some of the adverse events experienced by the volunteers who participated in the trials according to an FDA review of the trial, as well as those who experienced adverse events outside of the trials.

Dec 10 12:35

Recall: Erectile Dysfunction, Depression Drugs Mixed Up

Recall: Erectile Dysfunction, Depression Drugs Mixed Up
Dec. 10, 2020 -- Sildenafil and trazodone tablets have been recalled by pharmaceutical distributor AvKare because the drugs were "inadvertently packaged together" when they were bottled by a third-party vendor, according to the company.

Sildenafil is the active ingredient in Viagra, used to treat erectile dysfunction, and trazodone is used to treat major depression.

The recall is for 100 milligram (mg) sildenafil tablets, lot 36884 with an expiration date of 03/2022, and 100 mg trazodone tablets, lot 36783 with an expiration date of 06/2022, CNN reported.

Dec 09 22:17

Learn The Risk’ Founder Brandy Vaughan Found Dead : Brandy Vaughan Cause of Death Remains Unknown

Brandy Vaughan Cause of Death: Although its not yet official, but there are strong believe that she may have been murdered by the big pharmaceutical companies she worked very hard to expose.

Dec 07 21:42

Dr Peter McCullough in Senate Homeland Security Hearing on COVID-19 Outpatient Treatment, 11-19-20

Dr McCullough: Let me just say before I answer that that this is not just a government culpability and malfeasance with respect to hydroxychloroquine. This is academic malfeasance. There were two fraudulent papers, one in the New England Journal of Medicine [18 June 2020], one in Lancet [22 May 2020], published by individuals interested in doing evil to the world with respect to a beneficial treatment of hydroxychloroquine. In an unprecedented manner these two manuscripts were withdrawn after two weeks where they could scare the public and the world’s physician audience. Since that time there have been dozens of fraudulent papers—

Dec 07 16:12

This Is Going To Be The Worst Winter For The U.S. Economy In Modern Times

We already knew that this was going to be the worst winter for the U.S. economy since the Great Depression of the 1930s, but now a new round of lockdowns threatens to rip the guts out of hundreds of thousands of small businesses all around the country. As I write this article, 33 million people are under “stay-at-home orders” in California alone. With each passing day, state governments are implementing even more new restrictions, and those new restrictions are going to increasingly choke the life out of economic activity in this nation.

Dec 04 21:56

Section 230: The little law that defined how the Internet works

The law has been a point of contention between Trump and social media companies all year. President Trump signed an executive order in May intended to pave the way for federal regulators to punish tech companies for how they moderate content.

Dec 03 13:07

Aerially Sprayed Pesticide Contains the PFAS “Forever Chemicals”. Impacts on Human Health

State efforts to control mosquito-borne illnesses may be creating a new health problem. The insecticide Massachusetts and numerous other states use for mosquito control, both applied aerially and sprayed from trucks along roads, contains per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), according to lab test results posted today by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER).

Dec 01 17:02

Americans Flocked to Gun Stores on Black Friday

This year’s Black Friday saw the fourth most gun-related background checks in a single day since 1998, according to data released by the FBI. Five of the top 10 busiest single days in the history of the background-check system have occurred in 2020, which has already set the record for most gun sales in a year. November overwhelmed gun stores, leading up to one of the busiest shopping days of the year. About 1.8 million background checks were processed in the first two weeks of November as Joe Biden pulled in front of President Trump in vote tallies.

Nov 30 15:28

America’s Pride In The Economy Is About To Be Greatly Shaken As Tens Of Millions Face Eviction In 2021

Unless there is emergency intervention, tens of millions of Americans could be facing eviction once the holiday season is over. We kicked the can down the road throughout 2020, but all of the rent that was originally owed to landlords all over the country is still due, and they are very eager to collect. Countless landlords are on the verge of financial ruin because of the rent moratoriums which were put in place, and kicking the can down the road even more would be absolutely disastrous for them. Of course it would also be absolutely disastrous if the moratoriums are not extended, because in some states more than half of all households are behind on their rent or mortgage payments, and most of them have no way to pay.

Nov 27 17:57

“Dark Winter” Reality – Millions Of Americans Are Expected To Lose Their Homes

On Monday, we noted that on Dec. 31 many of the key provisions in the CARES Act are set to expire if there is no action from Congress. This could be catastrophic for 12 million America who will lose access to their Emergency unemployment benefits activated in the aftermath of the covid pandemic, which alone could be a drag of up to 1.5% to growth in 1Q, according to a recent Bank of America report.

Nov 26 08:29

GM recalling 7 million vehicles for airbag problems after losing fight with safety regulator

GM is recalling 7 million pickups and SUVs worldwide with airbags made by the same manufacturer whose airbags are linked to at least 17 deaths in the United States.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ordered a US recall on Monday, rejecting GM's argument that this version of the airbags didn't need to be replaced.

The recall centers on a defect in airbags made by Takata, a now-bankrupt Japanese manufacturer, that caused the bags to explode, spraying shrapnel through the vehicle. In addition to the deaths, other drivers or passengers have been blinded or maimed.

Nov 24 16:23

The U.S. Dollar Is Being Systematically Destroyed, And We Are On A Path That Inevitably Leads To Hyperinflation

If we keep treating the U.S. dollar like it is toilet paper, it is just a matter of time before our entire financial system goes down the tubes. At this moment, the dollar is still the primary reserve currency of the world, and the fact that we control it is an absolutely massive advantage for us. Because the rest of the globe uses dollars to trade with one another, that creates a tremendous amount of artificial demand for our currency, and it keeps the value of our currency elevated at a level that it much higher than it otherwise would be. But now that we are starting to act like the Weimar Republic in their heyday, it is only going to be a matter of time before everyone else on the planet starts abandoning the U.S. dollar in droves. We are literally killing our “golden goose”, and most Americans do not even understand what is happening.

Nov 21 06:57

Scaring young moms for fun and profit

Nov 21 06:36

Docs for sale: US government issues rare fraud alert as Big Pharma spends billions bribing medics to prescribe their drugs

Health officials hope the move will push the drug giants to end their lucrative, thinly veiled ‘speaker programs’ for favored doctors. Fat chance – it’s too profitable a business for them, even though the social costs are huge.

For the first time since 2014, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has issued a rare special fraud alert highlighting allegations that major pharmaceutical companies have been throwing billions at doctors as part of questionable ‘speaker programs’.

Nov 20 06:59

Bill Gates briefed CIA on how to lobotomize Christian fundamentalists, religious “fanatics,” using vaccine that alters VMAT2 “God” gene

Billionaire and eugenicist Bill Gates briefed agents with the Central Intelligence Agency back in April of 2005 giving them details on how to eliminate what he calls the “fanatic” gene from the brains of Christian fundamentalists and other individuals that the government deems a threat and wishes to mentally lobotomize and oppress.

A 49-year-old Gates told agents during the Project FUNVAC briefing that the human VMAP2 gene, also known as the “God gene,” can be altered using a vaccine.

Gates was able to map out notate a rather drastic difference in expression between to sample sets of human test subjects which he referred to as sample sets A and B during the briefing.

“So, our hypothesis is that these are fanatical people that have over expression of the VMAP2 gene and by vaccinating them against this we will eliminate this behavior,” gates told agents.

Nov 19 13:06

What Do Miralax And Antifreeze Have In Common?

O.K., so if you are thinking; "Why do they use the same substance in anti-freeze that they use in a drug that is supposedly prescribed to help me?", you are right on track. Now let's talk about what this chemical substance is, and what it may be doing to your body.

First of all let me be perfectly clear, ethylene glycol according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health is a very toxic substance. It is broken down in the body into more toxic chemicals. These chemicals can affect the central nervous system, the heart and the kidneys ( ). There are also neurotoxic affects associated with ethylene glycol. The manifestations of these specific neurotoxic affects may take the form of autism, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's disease, as well as depression, and schizophrenia.

Nov 18 11:24

Israeli Company Wants To Play Music Inside Your Head With Directed Sound Technology Without Headphones

By Aaron Kesel

A new technology called “sound beaming” developed by Noveto Systems allows listeners to hear music or sound without wearing headphones.

All that is needed is a simple device which tracks the ear and sends it audio using ultrasonic waves, creating personal listening experiences inside of a sound bubble, Times Of Israel reported.

The technology allows listeners to listen to music, play a game, or watch a movie without disturbing anyone else. That being said, unless you are within the distance of the device you won’t be able to hear sounds.

While this application is new, the concept has a much darker history...

Nov 18 09:19

Boeing 737 Max given approval to fly again by US regulators FAA’s move comes after plane was grounded in March 2019 following two fatal crashes

Wed 18 Nov 2020 13.30 GMT: US regulators have approved Boeing’s 737 Max to fly once more, 20 months after the manufacturer’s bestselling plane was grounded following two fatal crashes caused by design flaws.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has rescinded an order grounding the aircraft, in a move that could allow the planes to fly again before the end of the year.

The regulator still must approve new training programmes for pilots before the 737 Max will be able to fly again.

However, the confirmation from the regulator that it deems the plane safe is the key step towards allowing the planes back in the air. The European Aviation Safety Agency, the other key regulator in global aviation, has also indicated that it is likely to give approval to the plane soon, meaning a return to the skies is imminent.

Nov 18 08:46

Boeing 737 Max given approval to fly again by US regulators FAA’s move comes after plane was grounded in March 2019 following two fatal crashes

Wed 18 Nov 2020 13.30 GMT: US regulators have approved Boeing’s 737 Max to fly once more, 20 months after the manufacturer’s bestselling plane was grounded following two fatal crashes caused by design flaws.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has rescinded an order grounding the aircraft, in a move that could allow the planes to fly again before the end of the year.

The regulator still must approve new training programmes for pilots before the 737 Max will be able to fly again.

However, the confirmation from the regulator that it deems the plane safe is the key step towards allowing the planes back in the air. The European Aviation Safety Agency, the other key regulator in global aviation, has also indicated that it is likely to give approval to the plane soon, meaning a return to the skies is imminent.

Nov 17 19:38

Study Shows Electric Cars Become Practically Useless In Cold Weather

According to recent studies, cold temperatures significantly reduce the performance of electric cars, especially when it comes to battery life.

One study by AAA suggested that cold temperatures can reduce the range of the batteries in most electric cars by over 40 percent. It was also noted that the performance can be even worse when the interior heaters are used.

However, even electric car owners who live in hot regions are not safe, because high temperatures can also reduce battery range, although to a far lesser degree.

Nov 17 12:04

Isabel Marant: Designer apologises for Mexican appropriation

French fashion designer Isabel Marant has apologised after the Mexican government accused her of appropriating traditional indigenous patterns.

Mexican Culture Minister Alejandra Frausto Guerrero said she used the styles without acknowledgment.

One cape appears to use a pattern unique to the Purepecha community of northwestern Michoacan state. It is on the label's site for €490 (£440; $582).