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October, 2019

  • 23 October

    Boris Johnson to Push for General Election if Brexit Delay Granted

    Its been sometime since we’ve reported on the ongoing Brexit theatrics over in the UK. Largely because the outcome is likely to be what we envisaged several years ago when the referendum results came in, it won’t happen. Last night the commons voted to block Boris Johnson’s plan to get the new deal signed off within three days, and a …

  • 21 October

    Johnson & Johnson Recalls Baby Powder After Traces of Asbestos Found

    Johnson & Johnson have yet again found themselves in hot water after asbestos was found in some of its baby powder products, the offending product was purchased online. Johnson & Johnson have recalled batch number 22318RB which included the powder containing the small amounts of asbestos and will do further tests to try and establish how the powder became contaminated …

  • 20 October

    95% of Baby Foods Tested Contain Toxic Metals that Could Lower Babies’ IQ

    A new study published by the nonprofit Healthy Babies Bright Future (HBBF) is raising alarms about many baby foods. The study found 95% of the baby foods tested contained traces of toxic chemicals, including lead and arsenic. The problem is decades old, HBBF reports, but new tests of both popular and niche products show there is continuing widespread exposure to …

  • 9 October

    “They’re Murdering My Son” – The Father of Julian Assange Tells Us What’s Really Going On

    The Facts: John Shipton, Julian Assange’s father, recently gave an interview to the Strategic Culture Foundation sharing the latest on Julian Assange and how he’s being treated.Reflect On:What is Julian Asssange and Wikileaks really a threat to? Is it corporate and political elite interests? Is this why all of this is happening to him? The last article we published regarding …

  • 7 October

    How Did 274,000 Babies End Up on Psychiatric Meds?

    An estimated 17.3 million American adults (7.1% of the adult population), experienced at least one major depressive episode in 2017. The highest rates are reported among those aged between 18 and 25The vast majority are prescribed antidepressant drugs, despite the fact there’s virtually no evidence to suggest they provide meaningful help, and plenty of evidence showing the harms are greater …

  • 3 October

    Internally Displaced Syrian Refugees Tormented by US Forces

    Tens of thousands of Syrian refugees are trapped in northern and southern camps controlled by the US and its jihadist foot soldiers. On October 1, Russian and Syrian Joint Coordination Committees on the Repatriation of Syrian Refugees said US forces, illegally occupying southern Syria, “disrupted” operations to permit Rukban camp refugees from leaving their virtual captivity, adding: “(T)he Americans fail(ed) …

September, 2019

  • 26 September

    Bill Gates-Funded Chemical Cloud to help ‘Climate Change’ Could End in Disaster

    Everyone’s favourite philanthropist and billionaire, Bill Gates has put his money behind a new project which aims to stop global warming. According to Andy Parker the project director at the Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative “Modeling studies have found that it could reduce the intensity of heat waves, for instance, apparently it could reduce the rate of sea level rise. …

  • 18 September

    Former Disney Star Ricky Garcia Sues Ex-Manager for Sexual Abuse

    Ricky Garcia, a member of the boy band Forever in Your Mind claims his ex-manager sexually assaulted him for years and passed him around as a “sexual plaything” to other pedophiles in the industry. The former Disney Channel star, now 20, alleges Joby Harte of Hot Rock Media sexually abused him from the age of twelve and throughout his teenage …

  • 17 September

    Will Trump Take Neocon Bait and Attack Iran over Saudi Strike?

    The recent attacks on Saudi oil facilities by Yemeni Houthi forces demonstrate once again that an aggressive foreign policy often brings unintended consequences and can result in blowback. In 2015 Saudi Arabia attacked its neighbor, Yemen, because a coup in that country ousted the Saudi-backed dictator. Four years later Yemen is in ruins, with nearly 100,000 Yemenis killed and millions …

  • 16 September

    Japan Will Have to Dump Radioactive Water into the Sea

    Japan’s environment minister said on Tuesday that Tokyo Electric Power will soon run out of room to store the radioactive water from its destroyed Fukushima nuclear power plant, and they will now have to dump it into the Pacific Ocean. Tokyo Electric (or Tepco) has collected more than 1 million tonnes of contaminated water from the cooling pipes used to …

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