There’s A Strange Wave Of Amnesia Cases Linked To Opioids

Photo Illustration: R. A. Di Ieso Doctors worried that contaminated drugs may be to blame By Ed Cara A mysterious wave of people coming down with amnesia over the past four years has spooked public health experts in Massachusetts, as well as the Centers and Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). And the only connection between the victims appears to be the use of opioids and other recreational drugs. In this week’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, published by the CDC, doctors detailed the seeming outbreak. The first cases were found by Boston neurologist Dr. Jed Barash in November 2015. The … Continue reading There’s A Strange Wave Of Amnesia Cases Linked To Opioids

Extreme Weather Is Becoming More Frequent — and Expensive — in Europe

The Dachstein glacier in Austria has retreated by hundreds of feet in just a few decades. (Photo: Bob Berwyn) New research firms up links between climate change and extreme weather, and also tells us which countries are most at risk. By Bob Berwyn Even as United States President Donald Trump continues to make worrisome moves on climate policy in his first week in office, the rest of the world continues to treat the issue as deadly serious. This week, the European Environment Agency released its latest report, which clearly spells out the threat of rising sea levels and more extreme weather, … Continue reading Extreme Weather Is Becoming More Frequent — and Expensive — in Europe

WATCH: How far away would you need to be to survive a nuclear blast?

It’s not just the radiation you’d need to worry about.   by FIONA MACDONALD It’s been more than 70 years since two nuclear bombs were detonated over the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing at least 129,000 people, and causing devastating, long-term health effects. To date, those are the only instances of nuclear weapons being used for warfare, but the reality is there are almost 15,000 nuclear warheads remaining in the world today – and many of them are substantially bigger than the ones used during WWII. So, what would happen if nuclear war broke out tomorrow? Don’t panic … Continue reading WATCH: How far away would you need to be to survive a nuclear blast?

Obama Bombed 5 Out Of 7 Countries Trump Banned — Media Didn’t Care

  While the lying media is freaking out over President Trump’s travel ban for seven Middle Eastern countries deemed security risks, they didn’t give a damn about Obama bombing them. by Chris Menahan,Information Liberation Though the media is currently in a tizzy because Trump’s executive order held up around 300 people at airports, Obama’s bombings were reported as completely reasonable to bring about peace. Out of the seven countries that were banned by President Trump last Friday, five were bombed by the Obama administration: Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Libya and Somalia. Trump banning these people from America is bad, Obama bombing … Continue reading Obama Bombed 5 Out Of 7 Countries Trump Banned — Media Didn’t Care

Nobody is normal

Image edited by Web Investigator – Participants in the ‘Loucura Suburbana’ (Suburban Madness) Carnival street parade organised by the Nise da Silveira mental health institution, February 2014 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The ‘bloco’ aims to integrate patients with neighbourhood residents while promoting acceptance and blurring the lines defining mental illness. Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Are you average? Typical? Ideal? Adequate? The idea of ‘normal’ is a historical construct and it’s time we got rid of it Jonathan Sholl is an assistant professor in philosophy of science and medical philosophy at Aarhus University in Denmark. His research focuses on naturalising the concepts of … Continue reading Nobody is normal

HBO’s “Girls” Normalizes Ugliness, Sickness

(l. Lena Dunham)    Thanks to Cabalist Jewish (Satanic) control of mass media and education, western society resembles a satanic cult which controls and exploits  its members by making them sick.Consequently what passes for “art” and “entertainment” sentimentalizes and normalizes degradation and dysfunction.  The HBO series “Girls,” now entering its sixth and final season, is a prime example.    While superbly written and acted, periodically you have to shut your eyes and hold your nose. In a recent rerun, the lead character repeatedly pulls her underwear out of her bum, lances a boil on her ass and pierces an eardrum. Another character performs anal cunnilingus on … Continue reading HBO’s “Girls” Normalizes Ugliness, Sickness


Violent Islamic lust for British and Scandinavian girls goes right back to Muhammad. by Raymond Ibrahim Raymond Ibrahim is a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center The Muslim penchant to target “white” women for sexual exploitation—an epidemic currently plaguing Europe, especially Britain and Scandinavia—is as old as Islam itself, and even traces back to Muhammad. Much literary evidence attests to this in the context of Islam’s early predations on Byzantium (for centuries, Christendom’s easternmost bulwark against the jihad).  According to Ahmad M. H. Shboul (author of “Byzantium and the Arabs: The Image of the Byzantines as Mirrored in … Continue reading WHY MUSLIM RAPISTS PREFER BLONDES: A HISTORY

Hannah Arendt on Jewishness, the Immigrant Plight for Identity, and the Meaning of “Refugee”

Art by Tomi Ungerer from Otto: The Autobiography of a Teddy Bear — his iconic children’s book about the Holocaust “Society has discovered discrimination as the great social weapon by which one may kill men without any bloodshed.” BY MARIA POPOVA “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others,” George Orwell wrote in his cautionary 1945 allegory Animal Farm, the pertinence and prescience of which has continued to ripple through every present since. A generation later, Dr. King cautioned in his piercing 1963 letter on justice and nonviolent resistance: “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice … Continue reading Hannah Arendt on Jewishness, the Immigrant Plight for Identity, and the Meaning of “Refugee”

Christians were strangers

A fresco inside the catacomb of Priscilla in Rome, November 2013. The catacomb was used for Christian burials from the late 2nd through the 4th century CE. Photo by Reuters/Max Rossi How an obscure oriental cult in a corner of Roman Palestine grew to become the dominant religion of the Western world Michael Kulikowski is professor of history and classics at Pennsylvania State University, where he also heads the history department. He is the author of Late Roman Spain and Its Cities (2004) and Rome’s Gothic Wars from the Third Century to Alaric (2007). His latest book is The Triumph of Empire: The Roman World From Hadrian to Constantine (2016). … Continue reading Christians were strangers

Watch This Insane First Person Scooter Video And Try Not To Crap Your Pants

by Tom McParland In countries where most people commute on scooters or motorcycles, traffic laws seem to be more of a suggestion than a rule. This scooter rider takes on a crazy first person ride that he calls “not that scary” and I almost had a heart attack. This video illustrates perfectly that you don’t need a fast bike to get around quickly. This little Honda scooter might not pack a big punch, but the rider makes up for it with a superhuman like situational awareness and balls of steel. What looks to us like an action star trying to escape … Continue reading Watch This Insane First Person Scooter Video And Try Not To Crap Your Pants