Homeless men are being recruited for one of the most unwanted jobs in the industrialized world – clearing of radioactive fallout at the world’s worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl – the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, a special report has claimed. One of the recruiters, Seiji Sasa, told Reuters how and where he is looking for potential laborers in the northern Japanese city of Sendai. The headhunter supplies homeless people to contractors in the nuclear disaster zone for a reward of $100 per head. “This is how labor recruiters like me come in every day,” Sasa explained, walking past the destitute … Continue reading Japan’s homeless ‘recruited’ for cleaning up Fukushima nuclear plant
“I’m a good judge” … said by government employee and judge Gisele Pollack who, it seems, sentenced people to jail because of their drug use…while she, herself, was high on drugs. But, in her defense, “she’s had some severe personal tragedy in her life”. And that’s why, it seems, she’s being allowed to check herself into rehab instead of being thrown in jail. …because not a single poor person or non government employee who gets caught using drugs ever “had some severe personal tragedy in her life”. I’m reminded of something I read earlier today: We’ve discussed the whole “high … Continue reading Burn the Fucking System to the Ground
Frankly, this artificial sludge drink looks just like piss (but maybe piss would be healthier). Yeah, I said it. WARNING: On top of the GMO high fructose corn syrup, the ingredients inside this imitation fruit beverage pose the risk of forming a known carcinogen inside the bottle – just waiting for you to drink it. More than 20 years after the FDA and beverage industry first learned that sodium benzoate and citric acid or ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) can create the carcinogen benzene while in the bottle together – and 7 years after, shamefully, the public was first told – … Continue reading Artificial Fruit Drink Creates Its Own Cancer Causing By-Product
Mainstream medicine has been claiming for decades that aspirin lowers our risk of heart attack, stroke and even reduces the risk of cancer. All of these assumptions, which were never conclusively proven in any study have been subjected to the scrutiny and criticism of hundreds of health experts. Now, the most comprehensive review ever undertaken by Warwick Medical School for the NHS National Institute for Health Research has concluded that people should avoid aspirin all together. The review, conducted by the research arm of the NHS, said the dangers of bleeding in the brain and stomach caused by aspirin exceed … Continue reading The Risks of Aspirin Outweigh The Benefits
There are already many countries where the scarcity of water affects people’s lives. While water for drinking may be first to come to mind, as agriculture is the largest use of water worldwide water scarcity first and foremost is a threat to food supply. And as many industrial processes rely on water availability, it also hampers economic development. In the simplest sense, water scarcity is supply falling short of demand. Demand for freshwater will increase in most regions of the world due to population growth. Between eight and ten billion people are expected to live on Earth in 2050, as … Continue reading Water supply will struggle to meet demands of thirstier world
The notion that hallucinogenic drugs played a significant part in the development of religion has been extensively discussed, particularly since the middle of the twentieth century. Various ideas of this type have been collected into what has become known as the entheogen theory. The word entheogen is a neologism coined in 1979 by a group of ethnobotanists (those that study the relationship between people and plants). The literal meaning of entheogen is “that which causes God to be within an individual” and might be considered as a more accurate and academic term for popular terms such as hallucinogen or psychedelic … Continue reading Religion as a Product of Psychotropic Drug Use?
From the design team’s obsession with unboxing to satanic pricing and the world’s most unlikely mullet, there is more to Apple than meets the eye The company behind the ubiquitous iPhone and iPad is famously secretive, but there a few little known facts about the California-based company. 1 Steve Jobs was adopted and half Syrian Apple’s legendary co-founder and chief executive died in October 2011, but while heading up the company Steve Jobs revealed that he was actually adopted and half Syrian. His biological parents, Joanne Schieble and Syrian immigrant Abdulfattah Jandali met as 23-year-old students at the University of … Continue reading Eleven things you didn’t know about Apple
Hundreds of aggressive teenagers stormed a New York mall, trashing stores and terrifying customers and personnel, local media report. Some teens allegedly took part in a game of “knockout.” The mall briefly shut down in response to the violence. More than 400 “fast and furious” teens reportedly stole cheap items, smashed jars of candy and even beat up security guards at Kings Plaza Shopping Center in Brooklyn between 5 pm and 7 pm on Thursday. They used social media to set up the attack, designed to put the mall “on tilt”. “I’ve been here seven years and I have never … Continue reading Hundreds of teens go on ‘trashing’ spree in NYC mall
Elderly Blogger Arrested for Opposing Zionist Genocides by Joshua Blakeney “To learn who rules over you simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize” – Voltaire Recently Prof. James Fetzer invited me to contribute to The Real Deal radio platform on a regular basis. The Real Deal has been one of the most distinguished venues for discussions about all the censored subjects that have been of import in recent years. From 9/11 to 7/7 to Fukushima to JFK to the deleterious role of Zionist-neocons, Prof. Fetzer’s shows have offered the public invaluable analyses of the kind that are … Continue reading Criticize Israel – Go To Jail!
Once the elite, tracing their lineage to the Pilgrim Fathers – America’s white Anglo-Saxon Protestants‘ grip on power is weaker than ever If ever you reflect on the eclipse of Wasp (white Anglo-Saxon Protestant) America, consider Dulles International Airport outside Washington. Why “Dulles”, you may wonder: does that refer to a nearby village or river in this particular neck of Northern Virginia, or some evicted Indian tribe, or local landed family? In fact, our mighty regional transport hub was named after John Foster Dulles, former Secretary of State, who died in 1959, mourned at the time by his country as … Continue reading Why Wasps are an endangered species in the US