The COSMIC truth: Ten revelations that prove Democrats are DEMON-infested creatures pretending to be human by: Mike Adams (Natural News) When you interact with top-level Democrats, never make the mistake of thinking you’re dealing with human beings. The cosmic truth of the matter is that high-level “DEMONcrats” are quite literally demon-infested creatures who are pretending to be human. This is not a metaphor. It is literal. This is what allows Democrats to now legalize infanticide — the medical mass murder of children. States like New York, Virginia, Maryland and others have either already legalized the murder of children or are rapidly pursuing laws to legalize … Continue reading WHAT THE FUCK ?
by Elva Thompson, Contributor Waking Times We live in the Information Age – a fast digital reality of gloss and glitter – a stage show with plot and purpose specifically designed to keep us in a constant state of physical stimulation – lots of things are on offer in this electrical paradigm from toothpicks to silicone sex dolls and everything imaginable in between. The wrong direction Locked up in our cities of concrete and glass we have become fast ‘everything’ junkies living our lives through facebook, twitter, phones and ipads. We have traded the natural world for a digital copy and given … Continue reading A SPECIES IN CRISIS
by Courtenay Harris Bond Medication-assisted treatment is the most effective way to treat opioid use disorders. But the road to recovery is often long and complex. WHEN ANNA BRENNAN was 15 years old, her mother abandoned her in the projects of northeast Philadelphia. Her aunt eventually took her in, but Brennan struggled with anxiety and depression. She also needed to support herself, so in ninth grade she dropped out of high school and went to work at an all-night diner downtown. At 20, she met her first husband, who also lived with mental illness and had substance use issues — and … Continue reading The Benefits, and Realities, of Using Medication to Overcome Addiction
MAGIC MUSHROOMS “The climate’s looking good.” by Victor Tangermann Talking Psychedelics It’s not the kind of topic you would expect to be discussed at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. It’s when world leaders, business moguls, and economists meet to discuss the pressing issues facing the world. During an interview with Business Insider, Robin Carhart-Harris, head of psychedelic research at Imperial College in London, said that “the climate’s looking good” for turning psychedelics into approved medical treatments. The interview took place at a Wednesday session called “The New Science of Psychedelics,” led by Carhart-Harris, that discussed the “untapped potential of … Continue reading Scientist Tells World Leaders MDMA and Magic Mushrooms Should Be Legal
PHOTOGRAPHY BY NATHAN COOPER Emerging science is putting the lie to American meritocracy. BY CHRISTIAN H. COOPER On paper alone you would never guess that I grew up poor and hungry. My most recent annual salary was over $700,000. I am a Truman National Security Fellow and a term member at the Council on Foreign Relations. My publisher has just released my latest book series on quantitative finance in worldwide distribution. None of it feels like enough. I feel as though I am wired for a permanent state of fight or flight, waiting for the other shoe to drop, or … Continue reading Why Poverty Is Like a Disease
Everett Historical via Shutterstock Nazi membership is outlawed, but not its racist American cousin. by Kelly Weill, Josephine Huetlin They have white hoods, Ku Klux Klan badges, and stockpiles of weapons. But these Klansmen aren’t in America—they’re in Germany, where a new wave of far-right extremism is taking cues from the U.S. Police in eight German states led raids last week on suspected members of a group called the National Socialist Knights of the Ku Klux Klan Deutschland, a name that glorifies both the American Klan and the Nazi party of Germany’s past. The raid, which reportedly turned up more … Continue reading The Ku Klux Klan Is Growing—in Germany
US President Bill Clinton standing in Red Square during a Moscow summit in January 1994. Photo by Diana Walker/Time Life Pictures/Getty The development sector set out to summon the magic of capitalism from the ashes of communism. How is it going? John Rapley is a political economist at the University of Cambridge, as well as a journalist and co-creator of the Caribbean Policy Research Institute in Jamaica. His latest book is Twilight of the Money Gods: Economics as a Religion and How it all Went Wrong (2017). He lives in London. Edited by Sam Haselby Think of human development as a long journey. At … Continue reading Economics as a moral tale