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January, 2020

  • 24 January

    Epstein, the Maxwell Sisters and the FBI’s Counter-Terrorism Database

    Jeffery Epstein could not have raped as many children as he did without the help, grooming and participation of Ghislaine Maxwell. His buddy, Prince Andrew could not have made it back into high society limelight despite being of the blood without the media intervention of Ghislaine Maxwell, as we have documented. Epstein would owe his society access to Maxwell and …

  • 19 January

    UK Advertising Authority Bans Advert Warning of Potential 5G Dangers

    The Telecom’s Industry has got into the pockets of Government agencies yet again, this time with the ASA, the UK’s advertising authority. A recent advert by ‘Electrosensitivity UK‘ was swiftly banned from public advertising on claims by the ASA that the advert was providing false information: The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned a “misleading” advert by campaign group Electrosensitivity-UK …

  • 2 January

    Parents Addicted To Their Cell Phones Are Affecting Their Children’s Development

    Recently, the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital at the University of Michigan looked at how parents affect their children by using technology. When a parent spends more time on their phone and other devices, they end up having less meaningful interactions with their children. The child feels frustrated when their parent relationship is interrupted by technology. When a parent uses devices a lot, the child has …

December, 2019

  • 29 December

    Why Content Creators are Leaving YouTube and Flocking to LBRY

    What is LBRY?

  • 7 December

    “Shadow Banning” Is Written Into Twitter’s New Terms

    Twitter has written “shadow banning” aka, censorship, into their new terms.  The platform will now intentionally “limit the visibility” of some users. Expect those who dissent from the official narrative to be the ones censored. Critics have accused Twitter of censorship for quite some time now.  But this time, it’s official. The company has admitted they will attempt to silence …

  • 1 December

    China to Introduce Face Scans for Mobile Users

    As from Sunday people in China will be required to scan their faces when registering for new mobile phone services. The regulation was announced just two months ago and is being justified as protecting the ‘legitimate rights and interests of citizens in cyberspace’ Facial recognition is already used in excess in China as the state continues to increase mass surveillance …

October, 2019

  • 26 October

    Scientific American Issues Severe Warning on 5G

    In a recently published article entitled, We Have No Reason to Believe 5G is Safe, Scientific American (SciAm) magazine issued a stern warning about the known and potential dangers of 5G technology.  Of particular significance is the fact that SciAm is the oldest continuously published monthly magazine in the United States, founded by inventor and publisher Rufus M. Porter in …

August, 2019

  • 30 August

    Lawsuit Filed Against Apple & Samsung For Unsafe Radiation Levels

    Its no secret that mobile phone technology poses a major health risk to humans and the environment, regulations are in place to limit the levels allowed in products, though many fear even these limited levels could cause a danger to human health. Apple and Samsung have just had a lawsuit filed against them for exceeding these levels set out by …

  • 22 August

    Measles Fear Campaign Not Working? Time For Computer Simulations!

    The ongoing measles fear campaign has been going on for the best part of this year, with vaccination uptake in decline across many Countries in the West and the so-called anti-vax movement growing by the day, health authorities and their Big Pharma overlords have been working overtime to ensure the population is in a permanent state of fear over a …

  • 5 August

    Facial Recognition Coming to Your Local Supermarket (and Everywhere Else)

    Facial Recognition technology has been slowly drip fed into our everyday lives over the past few years. Our first major interaction with it was most likely in social media mobile apps like Facebook, which could cleverly identify pictures on the platform which were you, or friends of yours using the technology. Well, it didn’t stop there – this technology is …

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