Money Does Not Exist

ZeroHedge Yesterday the US Senate held hearings on “virtual currencies” (meaning Bitcoin). Meanwhile the “virtual currency” ran up above $800/USD and it was reported it got above $900. It pulled back but as of now, is hovering above $700. It was interesting at the hearing, the so called Bitcoin ‘experts’ included FinCen and the Secret Service. The focus seemed to be on potential criminal activities in the digital currency (not other benefits such as a replacement currency in the event of a US Dollar collapse, etc.). Using phrases such as “money laundering” and “criminal activity” and “child pornography” certainly did … Continue reading Money Does Not Exist

Cops Kill 8 Times More Americans Than Terrorists Do

Many people have noticed that several of the local police officers, particularly the younger ones are more gruff, rude and even abusive as compared to the past. Many veteran officers attribute the shift towards DHS’ training of local police which focuses on teaching the police that the public is their enemy as opposed to the traditional view that teaches that the local population and the police are partners in keeping the community safe. Whatever happened to the friendly neighborhood cop who walked a beat, was well-known and respected by the local residents and was seen as the protector of the … Continue reading Cops Kill 8 Times More Americans Than Terrorists Do

Electronics Made in China Come ALREADY Hacked, Enabling Easy Cyber Crime

While inspecting shipments from China, Russian customs agents found something odd. Inside several of the kettles and irons they found WiFi chips and microprocessors. If the devices were plugged in, the chips would search for unsecured WiFi networks up to 650 feet away, then “call home” to grant access to cybercriminals. While the unusual form of cybercrime took researchers by surprise, it was only the latest in an emerging threat of hacked electronics coming straight from the Chinese factories. There is a long list of devices riddled with backdoors, infected with malware, or fitted with spying devices before leaving Chinese … Continue reading Electronics Made in China Come ALREADY Hacked, Enabling Easy Cyber Crime

Infographic: Ten Most Common Emergency Food Fails

Check out the following infographic from FoodInsurance.com for some mistakes to avoid while preparing your pantry stockpiles and share your own mistakes in the comment section below to help others improve their preps! You have your 1,000 pounds of wheat. Your 500 gallons of water and enough ammo to make Chuck Norris jealous but the question remains, are you truly prepared? Just because you’ve been prepping for twenty years doesn’t mean you haven’t made some mistakes along the way. It’s not enough to just have your emergency food storage, you have to be able to store it, eat it and … Continue reading Infographic: Ten Most Common Emergency Food Fails

LIST OF NAMES — Military Purge High Officers — Terrifying

Look up the service records of some of these guys. MOST have perfect LONG services, highly decorated. Military Suicides Drop; Unclear Why (2013) “Last year the number of suicides in the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines spiked to 349 for the full 12-month period, the highest since the Pentagon began closely tracking the numbers in 2001, and up from the 2011 total of 301. There were 295 Americans killed in Afghanistan [war] last year, by the AP’s count.” There are more dying by suicide than in war. Why???? http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/wireStory/apnewsbreak-military-suicides-drop-unclear-20855176 “In 2005 alone, there were 6,256 suicides nationally among those … Continue reading LIST OF NAMES — Military Purge High Officers — Terrifying

Only rich Americans ‘deserve to live’

American journalist Gordon Duff says the US economic problems have turned it into a country where only rich people deserve to live decent lives. “People who have money no matter how they got it, dealing drugs, prostitution, kidnapping children off the street, taking kickbacks from contractors….they deserve to live,” Duff told Press TV on Tuesday. “If you don’t, you deserve to die, you don’t deserve medical care, the Affordable Care Act has to be squat and stops, your children… they deserve third-rate schools,” he said. “This country is an island of frightened starving poor who are totally and absolutely oppressed … Continue reading Only rich Americans ‘deserve to live’

US and UK struck secret deal to allow NSA to ‘unmask’ Britons’ personal data

• 2007 deal allows NSA to store previously restricted material • UK citizens not suspected of wrongdoing caught up in dragnet • Separate draft memo proposes US spying on ‘Five-Eyes’ allies The phone, internet and email records of UK citizens not suspected of any wrongdoing have been analysed and stored by America’s National Security Agency under a secret deal that was approved by British intelligence officials, according to documents from the whistleblower Edward Snowden. In the first explicit confirmation that UK citizens have been caught up in US mass surveillance programs, an NSA memo describes how in 2007 an agreement … Continue reading US and UK struck secret deal to allow NSA to ‘unmask’ Britons’ personal data

Art is Dangerous to Authorities

Art is dangerous. It makes people move out of standard-response channels. They don’t see what they’re supposed to see anymore. They see what they’re not supposed to see. That’s why colleges teach brain-deadening courses in art history. Every attempt is made to codify the students’ reactions. I’m not just talking about political art. I mean anything that truly comes out of reliance on imagination. Those who run things—and their willing dupes—want reality to look a certain way and be experienced and felt in certain ways. These limited spectra form a shared lowest common denominator. Even so-called spiritual experience is codified. … Continue reading Art is Dangerous to Authorities

Large Scale Study Shows Nuts Decrease Cancer Risk By More Than One-Third

Writing in Nature’s British Journal of Cancer, the team behind the new analysis reported that consumption of nuts – including tree nuts such as almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts – was found to be inversely associated with risk of pancreatic cancer, independent of other potential risk factors for pancreatic cancer. The data, from a large-scale prospective study, investigated the association between nut consumption and risk of pancreatic cancer in more than 75,000 women who took part in the Nurses’ Health Study, and had no previous history of cancer. “Frequent nut consumption is inversely … Continue reading Large Scale Study Shows Nuts Decrease Cancer Risk By More Than One-Third

If You’re Going To Drink Coffee, Make It Caffeinated

Many people reasonably opt for decaffeinated coffee due to allergies, increased anxiety, heart rate and nervousness. However, if you are avoiding the caffeine in coffee for reasons unrelated to negative symptoms, you’re likely not doing your health any favors. Not only is decaffeinated coffee unnatural and highly processed, but is has also been found to increase blood lipids that raise the risk of heart disease. Caffeinated coffee contains antioxidants that may offer cardiovascular protection, anti-cancer properties and even prevent diabetes, which is itself a major heart disease risk factor. But it also increases homocysteine levels and may have negative effects … Continue reading If You’re Going To Drink Coffee, Make It Caffeinated