The extinct dinosaur called The Individual

“Give up your dreams, if you must. Cease dreaming altogether. Call those dreams and ambitions and visions…delusions. Then you will be ready. Then you can truly serve humanity. You can fall back into the arms of the many who will receive you with love. You’ll become an empty vessel through which miracles are channeled. One day Oprah will interview you.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

In a BBC documentary, “Google and the World ...

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This Can’t Be Happening – 03.11.15

‘This Can’t Be Happening’ host Dave Lindorff discusses the recent coup plan disrupted by police in Venezuela with veteran journalist Alfredo Lopez — a story largely blacked out or mocked as bogus by the US corporate media despite solid evidence of a plot, and of US involvement in that plot. Lindorff and Lopez, who are colleagues on the news site thiscantbehappening.net, also talk about why President Obama on Tuesday ...

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The Vaccines CoverUp

Dissolving Illusions

Disease, Vaccines and the Forgotten History(vaccine charts) – by Roman Bystrianik














Watch Gary’s ground-breaking film Silent Epidemic: The Untold Story of Vaccines for FREE!

Silent Epidemic: The Untold Story of Vaccines

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Gardasil HPV Vaccines: Unnecessary and Lethal

By, Dr. Gary Null

April 8, 2014


Every parent desires only the best for their children, which is why most parents insist that their children, primarily girls but now also boys, receive the three-shot series of HPV vaccines. Parents do this because there is the unchallenged assumptions that vaccine public mandates and physician recommendations are founded upon sound scientific and medical principles of safety and efficacy. This is not only true for the HPV vaccines—Merck’s Gardasil and Glaxo’s Cervarix—but for all childhood ...

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Visions of a fallen world: What our crowded, imperiled planet really looks like



A new book skips over the statistics and gets right to the emotional core of overpopulation

The more than 7 billion humans alive right now are, by virtue of our very existence, contributing to a problem of a planetary scale — and we could number as many as 5 billion more by this century’s ...

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Stop Trying to ‘Fix’ the Relationship

I used to be what I like to call a “Little Miss Fix-It.”

Whenever there were problems with the guy I was dating at the time, I always tried to just “fix” everything on my own. I’d try to find some neat and easy way that would fix the problem and put us back together again.

Needless to say, this method didn’t really work too well. In fact, it seemed that whenever it got to the point where I would try to ...

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How Your Smartphone Will Radically Change Your Health Care

By, Eric J. Topol, M.D., Huffington Post

Have you ever wondered why doctors and hospitals own your medical records? You pay for the visits, labs, scans and hospitalizations but you have no product to show for it. And getting a hold of your data about your body is often exceedingly difficult. The good news: this tight clench of your medical information is about to be released.

That’s because you will be generating quite a bit of your medical ...

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ANOTHER Epic Fail for Influenza Vaccine

Here we are in the winter of 2015 and U.S. public health officials admit that the historically ineffective influenza vaccine is once again an epic fail.
Flu Vaccine Effectiveness Measured from 0 to 62 Percent
In the past three flu seasons, the CDC has claimed the flu vaccine’s overall effectiveness clocked in at between 47 and 62 percent while some experts have measured ...
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US Addiction to Corn and Cars Is Fueling Global Hunger and Displacement

Deidre Fulton, Commondreams

Driven by the United States, global demand for food-based biofuels such as corn ethanol is unsustainable, threatening the food security of some of the world’s poorest people and endangering already strained land and water resources, according to a new research published this week.

“Mandating Hunger: The Impacts of Global Biofuels Mandates and Targets” (pdf) was issued Tuesday by ActionAid USA, an international non-profit working to end poverty around the world. The study charges that “[b]y creating an ...

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‘There Will Be A Reckoning’

Jon Queally, Commondreams

On the verge of retirement, noted environmentalist and celebrated systems analyst Lester Brown has a dire warning for the world he has spent more than half a century advising on issues of food and energy policy: there is no end in sight for the interrelated scourge of climate change, global poverty and hunger.

In fact, according to Brown, in several vulnerable areas around the world, the situation may be about to go from very bad to much ...

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