Facebook confirmed to be a massive spy machine that records your conversations and violates your privacy

by: Vicki Batts (Natural News) Facebook is once again at the helm of controversy and has been accused of spying on app users. A court case in California alleges that the social media giant used its apps to gather information about patrons and their friends — including reading their messages, tracking their location and even accessing photos on their phones. Former startup Six4three has been engaged in a veritable Pandora’s box of a case against Facebook for roughly two years. And the latest revelations from Six4three’s lawsuit allege that Facebook has been engaging in mass surveillance of users for some time … Continue reading Facebook confirmed to be a massive spy machine that records your conversations and violates your privacy

Twitter Ablaze After Most of French Museum Collection Found to Be Fake

CC0 SOCIETY The social media platform quickly responded to news of fakes spotted in a landmark French museum, with a lion’s share of users pegging it ’embarrassing’ and questioning the level of expertise of those who originally accepted the works into the museum’s collection. State-owned Étienne Terrus museum in the southern French city of Elne, near the Spanish border, has discovered that 82 of the 140 works originally thought to have been painted by the renowned artist are in fact fakes, French media reported. An alarm was raised by an art historian after taking note that some of the buildings depicted in the paintings were erected after Étienne Terrus, a close … Continue reading Twitter Ablaze After Most of French Museum Collection Found to Be Fake

Stranger Psychic Phenomenon Than Déjà Vu? Its Déjà Rêvé

by Christina Sarich Déjà vu, the phenomenon of feeling like you’ve already experienced something before – a smell, a room, someone’s presence, even though you don’t have a conscious memory, is something that reminds us that the world of consciousness is a little more flexible than we often assume. Déjà Rêvé is even stranger. This weird anomaly of consciousness happens when you recall dreaming something at the exact same time that you see it in “real” life. Are these psychic phenomenon indicators that time, space, and consciousness are more like a stretched rubber band, rather than the linear staircase of events … Continue reading Stranger Psychic Phenomenon Than Déjà Vu? Its Déjà Rêvé

SMASHING THE CULT OF CELEBRITY AND THE DISEMPOWERMENT GAME

by Dylan Charles, Editor Waking Times At the dark heart of corporate consumer culture lie the social programs that mass-produce conformity,  obedience, acquiescence and consent for the matrix. The cult of celebrity is the royal monarch of these schemes, the ace in the hole for mass mind control and the disempowerment of the individual. This is the anointed paradigm of idol worship and idol sacrifice, a vampire’s feast on our individual and collective dreams. Who do you love? Who do you hate? Who do want to be like?  Combine this paradigm with the technology of social media, and the individual is flung into oblivion, never fully … Continue reading SMASHING THE CULT OF CELEBRITY AND THE DISEMPOWERMENT GAME

Kim Jong-un’s secret Brazilian passport discovered (PHOTOS)

Brazilian passports, which were used by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and his father in an attempt to get foreign embassies to issue them travel permits, have been revealed for the first time.   Black-and-white scans of the passports, which were issued by the embassy of Brazil in Prague in February 1996, feature real photos of then-Korean leader Kim Jong-il and his son and successor-to-be Kim Jong-un, security sources confirmed to Reuters. While the youngest Kim is known to have studied in Switzerland under the fake identity of the son of North Korea’s embassy chauffeur, the Brazilian passport with his … Continue reading Kim Jong-un’s secret Brazilian passport discovered (PHOTOS)

Confidence tricks

Former Lehman Brothers Chief Executive Richard Fuld. Photo by Kevin Lamarque/Reuters The financial world is a theatrical production, abundantly lubricated by that magical elixir of illusionists: confidence by Matt Seybold assistant professor of American literature and Mark Twain Studies at Elmira College in New York. He is co-editor of the forthcoming Routledge Companion to Literature and Economics. His writing has appeared in Mark Twain Annual, T S Eliot Studies Annual, Henry James Review, and Reception. Edited by Marina Benjami On 10 June 2008, Dick Fuld, the soon-to-be infamous CEO of a soon-to-be infamous investment bank, Lehman Brothers in New York, assembled his executive committee in response to a second-quarter earnings report … Continue reading Confidence tricks

Nestle accused of using JUNK SCIENCE to market infant formula products to gullible women

  (Natural News) Swiss food giant Nestle is coming under fire for misleading consumers using nutritional claims regarding its infant formulas. by: Isabelle Z. A report by the Dutch group Changing Markets Foundation and Globalization Monitor that investigated the way Nestle markets infant formula around the world found that their health claims regarding nutrition and ingredients were based on marketing strategies rather than scientific evidence. They reached their conclusion after studying more than 70 Nestle baby milk product across 40 countries. The firm often boasts of its commitment to science, but the report accuses them of manipulating people’s emotional responses to sell their … Continue reading Nestle accused of using JUNK SCIENCE to market infant formula products to gullible women