(NaturalNews) Spokane is a mid-size city in eastern Washington whose history is intimately connected to the beautiful river and falls located in its center. In the early 1970s, the city hosted the world's very first environmentally themed World's Fair (Expo 1974), at which President... [...]
(NaturalNews) Banks around the world are no longer the quaint little savings-and-loan depositories of yesterday. Today, most of them are owned or co-opted by giant mega-wealthy criminal conglomerates that charge customers for everything from cash deposits to ATM fees.One Western... [...]
There are 5 key differences between true love and toxic love in this humble author’s mind. Let’s dig right in.
In true love, the development of self is most important. Both parties should want the best for one another.
In toxic love, the primary focus is on the relationship itself, sometimes obsessing over how the two people involved interface.
In true love, there is comfort in separate interests. We can have our own friends and meaningful relationships outside of our romantic relat [...]
1. Project MKUltra
From the 1950’s through the 1970’s, the CIA conducted mind control experiments on U.S. citizens. President Clinton even issued a formal apology on behalf of the government in 1995 for it. The government used drugs, hypnosis, abuse, and electronics in an attempt to control the minds of various subjects. This story was originally uncovered when a Freedom of Information Act request exposed 20,000 classified documents and triggered a series of Senate hearings.
2. The G [...]
You have to love brutally honest and clever kids. They’ve come up with some of the most hilarious test answers here. They really cracked us up. Enjoy.
The post 27 Hilarious Test Answers That Aren’t Technically Wrong… These Kids Are True Geniuses! appeared first on Higher Perspective. [...]
Ah yes, the USS Liberty trope.
I love this one. The Anti-Semites always throw this one out when their arguments against Israel start to run ragged.
Of course they do NOT tell you that the CIA WANTED the USS Liberty sunk, that Lyndon B. Johnson – the Pres of the US – wanted it sunk. They also do not tell you that there was a ship looking just like the USS Liberty docked in an Egyptian port.
Nor, do antisemites tell you that waving an American flag and yelling in English is EXACTLY wha [...]
(NaturalNews) All the talk about the Jade Helm military exercises targeting Texas as a "hostile territory" has turned the mainstream media into its usual self: finger-wagging denialists who pretend nothing is ever a threat unless they say so first. Jade Helm is no threat to your safety... [...]
Jon RappoportActivist PostAfter covering medical/science scandals and deep fraud for over 30 years, I have some words of advice for people just entering the field. I’m talking about independent reporters who want to discover the truth, no matter where it leads. Let’s start with this: know the difference between an experimental hypothesis and actual science. An experimental hypothesis can be disguised as official science, but it is actually in a nascent stage. It has little or no evidence to [...]
Prof. Vasile Lupasc is a historian and a writer who graduated from the Faculty of History at the University of Bucharest, Romania. He is also eight times world champion in karate and a member of the International Grandmaster Society. Vasile’s interest for both history and martial arts has lead him to recover and convey the world of ancient warriors in a clear, compelling and thrilling way. Prof. Lupasc joins us to speak about his writings on King Vlad Tepes, the subject of seven books he has a [...]
I long ago came to the conclusion that the path to reclaim our freedom and turning things around in this centralized, power hungry police state must involve a larger portion of the population growing our own food – decentralizing power and improving eating habits and health.
Thanks to some ingenious developments, there are now some interesting and efficient ways to make that happen.
So, this post will deal with the question of whether or not hydroponics can help.
Actually, this post deals wit [...]
While most of us have been busy thinking about net neutrality, guess what Google has been doing. The leading search engine has decided to change the criteria it uses for ranking content on the internet, so that content will no longer be ranked by popularity, as it has been since the beginning. The new ranking system will instead use what it has determined to be ‘truth’ as its ranking tool. This Orwellian move opens the door for Google to homogenize thought and become the global arbiters of t [...]
Without an increase in the pool of real savings, banks cannot create more credit. [...]
If you’ve been wondering what all that coffee is doing to you, cheer up. A recent review of data completed at Gill Heart Institute in Kentucky focused on the cardiovascular, genetic, antioxidant and caffeine effects of coffee and found that drinking the brew reduces the risk of mortality right across the board. They also documented that coffee:
Reduces risk of stroke
Does not increase risk of coronary heart disease
Does not increase risk of congestive heart failure and may be preventative [...]
(NaturalNews) Governments from Around the World Admit They Do ItThere are many documented false flag attacks, where a government carries out a terror attack ... and then falsely blames its enemy for political purposes. (Originally published on WashingtonsBlog.com)In the following... [...]
(NaturalNews) Millions of people seem too easily satisfied with the regurgitated mantras of assumed consensus (based merely on a bias in favor of perceived authority) to gain assurance that donating plasma on a frequent and long-term basis is without significant detrimental effects... [...]
a political system in which the state has substantial centralized control over social and economic affairs.
“I was not designed to be forced. I will breathe after my own fashion. Let us see who is the strongest.” –Henry David Thoreau
When it comes to statism and authority, I have conflicted feelings. On one hand, I like things to be well organized, but I don’t like being told what to do. It leaves me with sore feelings about massive government entitie [...]
Pawel Kuczynski is an incredibly artist who uses his work to remind us that there’s more than one way to see things. He’s been working at this since 2004, showing people all over the world his brilliant ideas. After seeing his paintings, you may see the world in a new light too.
These paintings evoke many different emotions for people. They truly make you stop and think. If you really like them, consider buying one from his store. You won’t regret it!
If Pawel’s artwork has inspired y [...]
(NaturalNews) I grew up thinking that every police officer had good intentions, that they were there to protect and serve, but that all changed one night in Uplands Park, Missouri, as my wife and I passed through a small municipality in St. Louis. I'd seen red and blue in my rearview... [...]
(NaturalNews) So you've decided it's time to get healthy, but you're not sure where to start. You know you need to lose weight. And maybe, just maybe, you should stop being a couch potato.So what now? Prepackaged meals? A gym membership? Less caffeine, chocolate, and alcohol?There... [...]
(NaturalNews) The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has admitted that this year's flu vaccine currently provides less than 50 percent protection against the most dangerous and common circulating strain of the influenza virus.Yet the agency not only encourages... [...]
(NaturalNews) When a well paid NFL football lineman quits the game to raise food for the needy, that's an unusually interesting story. After St. Louis Rams center Jason Brown decided to leave the game for good, his agent told him that he was making the biggest mistake of his life... [...]
Just how much of the residue from over 5.2 billion pounds of pesticides used in growing crops is leftover on your food before you eat it? That’s a good question, and no one really knows because the U.S. Food and Drug Administration does not perform sufficient tests to find out.
This means that there really is no way to know if the American food supply is safe at all. Federal auditors suggest that the food we eat, and the true amount of carcinogenic chemicals remaining on fresh fruits, vegetabl [...]
In case you haven’t heard, McDonald’s has rolled out a new ‘transparency’ ad campaign in an attempt to sway the public into thinking the company’s food is not harmful. But if McDonald’s were truly trying to be transparent, you would see a vastly different campaign. If you want to see a much more truthful rendition of what is offered by the fast food giant, check out the comical, more honest, satire McDonald’s commercial above. You would never see it aire [...]
The power of corruption and money are at it again – this time in academia. David Bronner, CEO of Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps, is a quirky, fun-loving activist. He is known for being outspoken on genetically modified crops, and a resilient supporter in the anti-GMO fight – often donating corporate funds to try to promote labeling when biotech interests are going all in with millions to prevent labelign
Some scientific journals aren’t too happy about Bronner’s vocal stance on biotechn [...]
A throwback issue from episode 7 about finding true north using a compass, the north star, the sun-stick-shadow method, and even more, such as Polaris (North Star) Southern Cross and the South Celestial Pole The movement of the stars The […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... [...]
image sourceBrandon TurbevilleActivist PostOn October 2, 2014, Turkey’s parliament passed a resolution to allow the Turkish military to enter the sovereign territory of Iraq and Syria under the pretext of battling Western-backed IS militants. The resolution will also allow foreign troops to use Turkish territory for the same purpose suggesting that the Incirlik air base may soon be used by the United States for its airstrikes against Syria.The vote was 298 in favor of the motion and 98 opposed [...]
from Sovereign Man:
Imagine coming home from work and finding that a group of men have broken into your house. What do you do? I have a gratified feeling that for an increasing number of our readers, the answer would be to draw their firearm and defend the home.
But it’s safe to say most folks would… call the police.
This happened in Greece recently, as recounted to me in an email by a colleague who was visiting his family in a rural, seaside town in the country’s southern mainland. There [...]