Month: October 2016

Weather Weapons are Real, They Have a Treaty to Regulate Them

There is still a sizable portion of our society who cannot grasp the reality of weather altering devices and technologies which have made us all unsure about which weather is real, and which ones are not.

Why Haitians are urging people not to donate to American Red Cross

As the death count after Hurricane Matthew approaches 900 and reports of deadly cholera outbreaks begin to surface, Haitians have sent out desperate pleas for help.

How Can We Stop Drug Trafficking When It’s The CIA that’s Running the Show

Historically, illegal drugs were being used to destroy sovereign countries, and by now the Philippines’ war on drugs is a regular headline by CIA funded journalists and media networks, and a constant object for criticism of the Soros’ Open Society Foundation funded pseudo-non-government organizations, for being brutal and violative of human rights.

10 Behaviors That May Make Your Anxiety Worse

Forty million Americans, or 18 percent of the population, struggle with anxiety disorders, which are, collectively, the most common mental illness in the US. While anxiety is a normal response to stress, in some people the anxiety becomes overwhelming and difficult to cope with, to the point that it affects their day-to-day living.

Gao Probe Finds 21 Cases of Lethal Pathogens Shipped By Mistake

Laboratories around the US sent out highly contagious viruses and bacteria samples they mistakenly believed were inactive on at least 21 occasions since 2003, a government audit found, deeming oversight of the sample-sharing program sorely lacking.

Welcome to Marinaleda: The Closest Town to Utopia

We are always of the view that the basic needs of man should not be subjected to any economic principles. They should be made available at no cost, or at the least cost possible, to every breathing soul on this planet.