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Taxes on everything: What can we learn from Hungary?

The Hungarian government has withdrawn its plans to impose a tax on consumption data on the Internet, which had generated massive public protests over the past two weeks. The announcement of the cancellation was made by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. “This tax in its present form can not be applied,” he said. The government wanted to impose a tax on telecommunications, but people interpreted it as a tax on the ...Read full article...

Why So Many Mixed Messages on Mammogram Benefits?

Dr. Joseph Mercola Mercola.com October 10, 2014 Earlier this year, one of the largest and longest studies of mammography to date — involving 90,000 women followed for 25 years — found that mammograms have no impact on breast cancer mortality.1 Over the course of the study, the death rate from breast cancer was virtually identical between those who received an annual mammogram and those who did not, while 22 ...Read full article...

Big Agriculture Attempts to Mislead Consumers

by Ulson Gunnar New Eastern Outook September 29, 2014 It would seem that large agricultural corporations touting genetically modified organisms (GMOs) they claim possess enhanced benefits for farmers and consumers would be proud to differentiate their products on the shelves from organic and traditionally produced food. However that is not the case. Not only is big-ag attempting to hide the true nature of their products, but the many big-business ...Read full article...

Russia to build eight nuclear reactors in South Africa

Russia will build eight nuclear reactors in South Africa before 2023 as part of a strategic partnership in nuclear energy, announced Monday the Russian state nuclear company Rosatom, that confirmed the project will have a total investment of between 31,000 and 39,000 million euros. “Each reactor will cost 3900 million euros,” specified Monday the president of the company, Sergei Kiriyenko. Russia will also be responsible for financing the project ...Read full article...

Transhumanism Will Be Only for the Richest

The future of humanity passes by a world government in which “we are almost already” and where “a global caste of leaders makes the most important decisions,” says author. “In 2050 we will have conquered disease and old age, so the rich can live forever. The poor however, will die as usual while being entertained by drugs and computer games“.  Although the previous description seems to depict today’s reality, living ...Read full article...

Navy Research Paper: ‘Disrupt Economies’ with Man-Made ‘Floods,’ ‘Droughts’

Wired.com September 14, 2014 A recently-unearthed U.S. Navy research project calls for creating mad-made floods and droughts to “disrupt economy” of an enemy state. “Weather modification was used successfully in Viet Nam to (among other things) hinder and impede the movement of personnel and material from North Viet Nam to South Viet Nam,” notes a Naval Air Warfare Weapons Division – China Lake research proposal, released last month ...Read full article...

Scientists ‘reset’ stem cells to study start of human development

Reuters September 12, 2014 LONDON (Reuters) – British and Japanese scientists have managed to “reset” human stem cells to their earliest state, opening up a new realm of research into the start of human development and potentially life-saving regenerative medicines. In work described by one independent expert as “a major step forward”, the scientists said they had successfully rebooted pluripotent stem cells so they were equivalent to those of ...Read full article...

City of London’s New Digital ID System

Tony Gosling RT.com August 11, 2014 This latest Russian ‘sanctions tilt’ toward nuclear confrontation comes alongside a quiet and apparently unconnected launch of a global digital ID system through the City of London’s slick mouthpiece magazine, The Economist. Under the innocuous sounding headline ‘Estonia Takes The Plunge’ we’re told by a characteristically unidentified writer that, ‘Some good ideas never take off because too few people embrace them’. There are ...Read full article...

U.S. Satellite Images are a Hoax against Russia

The Russian Ministry of Defense has declared the purported satellite photos placed on Twitter by the US Ambassador in Ukraine as fakes.  I could tell that the images were fakes not only from their low resolution and absence of proper designation, but also from the unprofessional way in which the information was released.  Of course, many users of social media would have no experience and could easily fall for ...Read full article...

WiFi: An invisible but ubiquitous threat to the future of the species

Whistleblower Says WiFi to Kill Millions by Jim Fetzer VeteransToday.com July 8, 2014 “Of the microwave-exposed women, 47.7% had miscarriages prior to the 7th week of pregnancy….”–Professor John R. Goldsmith, International Consultant / Advisor for Radio-Frequency Communication, Epidemiology and Communications Sciences Advisor to the WHO Today I conducted one of the most disturbing radio interviews of my life as host of “The Real Deal”, with a British physicist and electronic warfare ...Read full article...

The Eight Major Chemtrail Types

Spraying chemicals and biological agents on U.S. citizens is legal in the United States, even if it causes permanent injury or death. Learn more about Public Law 105-85 and how it affects you. Nearly any time you study a technical subject, you discover that the details are more complex than they initially appear. This certainly applies to chemical aerosols—”chemtrails”. I work from home and have observed chemtrails since they ...Read full article...

Google’s New All-Seeing Satellites

Editor’s Note: In an earlier article, we explained how the all seeing, all feeling and all knowing global brain is being built and how it is being fed information. This article by Wired.com only confirms what we warned about. By Marcus Wohlsen Wired.com 13 June, 2014 The reach of Google’s online empire is hard to overstate. In a sense, the Google search engine is the loom through which the ...Read full article...

DOW Agrosciences Waging War on Peasants

GLOBAL ATTEMPTS BY DOW AGROSCIENCES TO GAIN APPROVAL OF NEW GENETICALLY MODIFIED SOYBEAN VARIETIES RESISTANT TO THE HERBICIDE 2,4-D HAVE BECOME PARTICULARLY AGGRESSIVE IN RECENT MONTHS. SIMULTANEOUS APPLICATIONS HAVE BEEN FILED IN SEVERAL OF THE COUNTRIES WHERE GENETICALLY ENGINEERED CROPS (GE or TRANSGENIC CROPS or GMOs) WERE INTRODUCED IN THE 1990s. By GRAIN 5 June 2014 The push for approval of new transgenics is part of a broader strategy ...Read full article...

The Big Risk of Nano-materials in your Food

The problem with nano-packages is that their powerful payloads may cause harm to those who eat them in their food. With the arrival of globalization and due to monopolistic practices and technological advances, our food supply became dependent on a global system of production, distribution and manufacturing. Today, food is not anymore what we plant and harvest, but what others create in a lab, often times without the proper ...Read full article...