White House admits staging fake vaccination operation to gather DNA from the public by Mike Adams The White House has officially admitted that fake vaccination programs have been used by the United States as a cover for covertly stealing DNA samples from the public as part of the so-called “war on terror.” The aim of the scheme, carried out in the Middle East, was to use DNA analysis to identify suspected terrorists who would then be targeted to be killed by the United States. As the New York Times reported in 2011, “In the months before Osama bin Laden was … Continue reading You Won’t Believe What the Government Is Using Your DNA For, and They Even Admit It! It’s Wicked and It’s Sickening!
The device is a square array of a thousand ultrasound emitters placed at the bottom of a water-filled chamber. In their experiments, researchers used the array to pull in hollow triangular objects. To pull the objects, the array generates low-pressure at front of the targets. Sound waves ricochet off the rear part of object . The tractor beam was able to move a hollow triangular object forward 1cm . This was done with a device that exerted pressure using sound waves . Device could have applications in treating cancer and targeted drug delivery . The beam pulls with a billion … Continue reading Star Trek edges closer to reality: Tractor beam moves object using nothing but the power of ultrasound
Mark Aldridge, Leader of the Australian Alliance on the need for a treaty between the Australian regime and the sovereign people of Australia by Mark Aldridge The ideal of a Bill of Rights for all Australians, the need for a treaty between the Australian government and the sovereign people of this land and the need to revisit our constitution are issues that are long overdue for transparent and educated debate. Treaties and other forms of agreements are accepted around the world as the means of reaching a settlement, between indigenous peoples and those who have settled upon their lands. Treaties … Continue reading Australian Alliance: Aboriginal Sovereignty and the Right to Self-Determination
(John Vidal) Small farmers are being squeezed out as mega-farms and plantations gobble up their land The world’s food supplies are at risk because farmland is becoming rapidly concentrated in the hands of wealthy elites and corporations, a study has found. Small farmers, the UN says, grow 70% of the world’s food but a new analysis of government data suggests the land which they control is shrinking every year as mega-farms and plantations squeeze them onto less than 25% of the world’s available farmland, says international land-use group Grain. These mega-farms are less productive in terms of amount of food … Continue reading Corporations And Wealthy Elites Now Control More Than 75 Percent Of The World’s Farmland
By Jacob Levich Despite annual revenues approaching $1 trillion, the global pharmaceutical industry has lately experienced a critical decline in the rate of profit, for which it lays most of the blame on regulatory requirements. A US think tank has estimated the cost of new drug development at $5.8 billion per drug, of which 90 per cent is incurred in Phase III clinical trials mandated by the US Food and Drug Administration and similar agencies in Europe.41 (These are tests administered to large groups of human subjects in order to confirm the effectiveness and monitor the side effects of new … Continue reading Big Pharma and the Gates Foundation: “Guinea Pigs for the Drugmakers”
by MIKE WHITNEY Plunging retail sales and rising inflation have rocked Japan’s anemic economy and cast doubt on the future of Abenomics. While the US Commerce Department announced that first-quarter growth in the United States had slipped into negative territory for the first time since 2011 (-0.1 percent), the news from Tokyo was even grimmer. Following a tax hike that began on April 1, retail sales have collapsed sabotaging far-right prime minister Shinzo Abe’s hope for a strong recovery and steering the economy towards another slump. According to Bloomberg News: “Japan’s retail sales dropped at the fastest pace in at … Continue reading Japan Hits the Skids
By Joachim Hagopian It has been a busy weak for President Obama. On Memorial day he secretly flew off to Afghanistan just to let the troops know he genuinely cares and is thinking about them. Or so his PR advisors want it to appear as his ratings continue slumping and his disastrous foreign policy continues to come under heavy fire from all sides. A true characteristic of psychopaths is that everything they do is to self-servingly promote their own image and position. Currently finding himself on the defensive, what does Obama the psychopath do? He opportunistically rushes off as Commander-in … Continue reading Obama’s Foreign Policy: A US Military-Intelligence Agenda Which Seeks to Destabilize the Planet