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    Government Threatening To Invade Organic Farms To Spray Roundup

    Azure Farms, a 2000-acre farm in Oregon that has been certified organic for 18 years, is under threat from the local Sherman County government. Why? Because Sherman County officials are re-interpreting a law concerning the “control of noxious weeds,” claiming that if the organic farm doesn’t “completely eradicate” certain weeds, they will invade and forcefully spray […]

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    John Kerry Admits: “WTC 7 on 9/11 was Brought Down in a Controlled Fashion”

    What do you believe of 9/11? You “know” that two planes crashed into the Twin Towers of New York’s World Trade Center. One plane hit the Pentagon, and another crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. Combined, over 3,000 Americans died on September 11, 2001, in an apparent terror attack on the United States by 19 Al-Qaeda […]

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    Former Navy SEAL Exposes Over 3,000 High Level Elite Pedophiles, Media Silent

    The federal Trafficking Victims Protection Act defines sex trafficking as “the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, obtaining, patronizing, or soliciting of a person for the purposes of a commercial sex act.” Every year, more than 100,000 children fall victim to sex trafficking in the United States. Some of the top ranking American defense personnel, intelligence analysts, […]

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    Scientists recognize indigenous medicine of the dandelion as a cancer killer

    Beyond their medicinal benefits, indigenous plants were a staple of Native people’s diet before Western contact. Today, indigenous plants are central to efforts to improve dietary health for current generations. Dandelion (Alutiiq names: Qutemnaanaarua’a. Scientific name: Taraxacumofficinale) Dandelion is a generous source of Vitamins A, B, C, and D and various minerals. It is also […]

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    $10,000 reward offered for killer of rare Yellowstone female wolf

    She was together with the same alpha male wolf for more than nine years, park officials said. The dead wolf was double the average age of a Yellowstone wolf and had at least 20 pups, of which 14 became yearlings. The reward for information leading to whoever shot a rare white wolf found inside Yellowstone […]

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    How To Get Rid Of A Headache In 5 Minutes Without Pills

    When you have a headache and the pill you need isn’t at hand, the situation seems hopeless. But it isn’t so. There’s a scientific way to get rid of a headache called acupressure. Today Bright Side will tell you about this technique which removes a headache effectively and quickly. Acupressure is a kind of massage, the effectiveness of which is confirmed by numerous scientific studies. By its nature, it’s a form […]

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    Johnson & Johnson to Pay over $110 Million to Woman Who Got Cancer from Its Talcum Powder

    A St. Louis jury recently ordered Johnson & Johnson, the world’s largest consumer healthcare company, to pay more than $110 million to Lois Slemp. Slemp is a 62-year-old Virginia woman, who claimed she got ovarian cancer (the deadly disease has now spread to her liver) after four decades of using the U.S. pharmaceutical giant’s talcum powder […]

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    The Gory Federal Poisoning Program the US Does Not Want You to Know

    Alcohol kills nearly 3 times more Americans each year than guns. Alcohol poisoning kills an average of six Americans a day. In 2015, nearly 88,000 American citizens died as a direct result of excess alcohol abuse. But there was a time, many, many years ago, when the American government deliberately killed over 10,000 citizens to […]

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    Disgusting Images From Inside House Of Accused Child Abuser Released

    The raid of David Timothy Deakin’s house in the Philippines is thought to be one of the largest ever seizures of illicit digital content in the country. In the stuffy, messy house, investigators found children’s underwear, toddler’s shoes, cameras, bondage cuffs, fetish ropes, stacks of hard drives and a meth pipe. The images show the […]

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    School Bans Unvaccinated Kids From Classroom

    One-quarter of students attending the Mariposa School of Global Education in Agoura Hill were told to steer clear of the school due to an outbreak of chickenpox that began in Macrh. Daniel Stepenosky, the superintendent of Las Virgenes Unified School District that includes the Mariposa School, acknowledgedto CBS Los Angeles that three students were found to have chickenpox. […]

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    Bill Clinton Fired FBI Director One Day Before Vince Foster Was Murdered

    In July 1993 President Bill Clinton fired FBI Director William S. Sessions just one day before he ordered the murder of close aide Vince Foster.  Was the suspicious death of Vince Foster and the firing of Republican FBI Director William S. Sessions firing a coincidence? Many experts believe that Bill Clinton needed an FBI Director […]

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    If You Use Facebook Messenger, This Is How You Are Being Recorded Even When Not On The Phone

    Suggestion: If you have messenger on your phone delete it. Then re-download it and read the terms of agreement. This is sheer lunacy. Also for those who didn’t know this one, check out the video below. This news is actually about 5-7 years old. Notice what the government has made cell phone makers do now? […]

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    Shadow People

    Article By Frank Statler In the occult and paranormal circles there is a frightening entity called a shadow person. They are thought to be a type of demon or ghost or maybe even a figment of a person’s imagination. A shadow person is an unknown creature that has been around for a number of centuries.  […]

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    Mining company accused of destroying Aboriginal site and ancient Rock arts

    “There is rock art, grinding stones … there’s about 50 of them and spear sharpening tools in the area they’ve bulldozed. We’re talking about material that is 10, 20, 30 thousand years old. Kimberley Aboriginal leader Wayne Bergmann has demanded Buru Energy halt works at its Ungani oilfield operations in the Canning Basin, claiming the […]

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    Germany’s State-Owned Bank Mysteriously Transfers Over $5 Billion to Four Banks

    A country that puts its trust in the bankers is a country doomed. With just a simple click, the bankers can turn things upside down. This is exactly the reason for Iceland deciding to deal with the bankers ruthlessly, by jailing them after the financial crisis. But the U.S. and European governments, instead of following […]

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    WikiLeaks Offer James Comey A Job

    Presumably Julian Assange believes even the most craven, corrupt former public official is not beyond redemption. Hours after Comey was unceremoniously fired by President Trump, Julian Assange reached out to the FBI man and suggested he could “help lead” the WikiLeaks office in Washington D.C. WikiLeaks would be happy to consider hiring James Comey to help lead […]

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    Ocean Epidemic: Researchers Find Over 30 Plastic Bags Inside Whale

    Every year we produce nearly 300 million tons of plastic, half of which is single use. More than 8 million tons of this plastic is dumped into the ocean each year, devastating the environment and the species that live in this complex and delicate ecosystem. With the introduction of plastic, a cheap and versatile material, we have […]

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    Wolves Return To Denmark After 200 Year Absence

    For the first time in more than 200 years, a wolf pack is roaming wild in Denmark. There have been sitings of male wolves in Denmark since 2012, but the recent addition of a female from Germany makes the pack official. Prior to 2012, the last known wolf was killed in 1813. The pack could […]

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    Judge Orders ExxonMobil To Pay $20 Million, Huge Victory For Environmentalists

    Though it’s actually a huge victory for Texans and anyone living near a refinery or chemical, olefins or plastics plants, this order by U.S. District Judge David Hittner is being celebrated primarily by environmentalists because of the message it sends to energy giants around the world. In a landmark decision that is believed to be the biggest […]

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    Hitler’s 3rd Reich Was Financed By The Federal Reserve and The Bank of England

    Slowly the myths of Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler and World War Two are being broken down and the real history of the 20th century is slowly being established.  ‘Follow the money’ is the first rule in investigative journalism, in regards to the third Reich the money trail will take you down a labyrinth full of surprises. […]

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    The Zigmund Adamski UFO Incident

    In this article we will be taking a look at the Zigmund Adamski UFO incident which took place in June 1980. Tingley residents still believe this strange event was linked to extraterrestrial visitors… The Disappearance On 6 June 1980, Zigmund Adamski left the house to go shopping for potatoes around half past three in the afternoon. When […]

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    Siege of ‘Little Green Men’ The 1955 Kelly, Kentucky, Incident

    On the night of August 21, 1955, during the heyday of flying-saucer reports, a western Kentucky family encountered humanoid-like creatures that terrified them at the family farmhouse. On the evening of Sunday, August 21, 1955, present at the Sutton farmhouse at Kelly were eleven people: widowed family matriarch Glennie Lankford (50); her children, Lonnie (12), […]

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    The strange mystery of Colonel Percy Fawcett and the lost city of Z

    This May marks 92 years since Colonel Percy Fawcett lost contact with the world. One of Britain’s greatest explorers, Fawcett’s life is defined by a near-lifelong obsession – that an unknown, ancient civilisation lay lost in the Amazon – “the Lost City of Z”. But in 1925, he vanished, along with eldest son Jack, 22, […]

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    Pyramids Contain Alien Technology – Proof

    UFO Aliens may have helped build Pyramids of Giza says, Cairo university archeologist Head of the Cairo University  Archaeology Department, Dr Ala Shaheen in December 2010 had told an audience that there might be truth to the theory that aliens helped the ancient Egyptians build the oldest of pyramids, the Pyramids of Giza. On being […]

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    100% Self-Reliant Town In The Netherlands Will Live Off-grid, Producing All Of Its Own Energy And Food

    We only have one planet, and so we should use it wisely. You know, kind of like that saying about our health. Well, some of you may have heard that one, and if not, I believe you still get the gist of it. Think about this: our planet and its resources are like our body […]

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    Official 9/11 Report NOT Credible: NIST Employee Confirms Controlled Demolition of 9/11 Towers [Video]

    No matter how hard you try to hide the truth, one day it shall come out. Theists (those who believe in the existence of God) will tell you this is how God has programmed the world. Atheists (those who don’t believe in the existence of God) will also tell you this is how nature has […]

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    Elon Musk: 100 Tesla Gigafactories Could Power The Entire World

    Leonardo DiCaprio and Elon Musk convened in his Gigafactory to talk lithium ion batteries, climate change, and the future of alternative energy sources. Taking steps towards a future independent of fossil fuels is more important now than ever. THE GIGAFACTORY The Tesla Gigafactory produces lithium ion batteries, supporting the Tesla vehicles and providing low-cost batteries […]

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    Puerto Rico Becomes First U.S. Territory To Declare Bankruptcy

    Puerto Rico — For the first time in American history, a territory claimed by the United States is filing for what is essentially bankruptcy. On Wednesday, the New York Times reported that Puerto Rico, which the U.S. appropriated following the Spanish-American War, has just claimed in a New York federal court filing that due to […]