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Archive | August, 2015

IG Farben: Pharmaceutical Conglomerate (1916 to 2015)

September of 1939, Germany invades Poland and within two days, France and Britain declare war on Germany. Hitler seized Norway and Denmark for the naval war against British trade supplies from America. France and Great Britain thought the war would last for years, and this is why the Western states did so little to react  Full Article…

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Slate (Magazine)

Slate.com is a leftist daily online magazine founded in 1996 that offers dogmatic, editorial and highly opinionated commentary about politics and current event news. Slate uses witty banter to push consistently for Big Government, genetically modified food consumption and allopathic medicine. Owned by Graham Holdings Company, Slate is a member of Amazon Associates, selling products  Full Article…

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American Cancer Society (ACS)

For one hundred years, the American Cancer Society has said they are dedicated to eliminating cancer, though cancer was barely an issue for America a century ago, and cancer cases and statistics have never been worse than they are right now. The “ACS” society was founded in 1913 by businessmen and a handful of physicians  Full Article…

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Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia founder

In 1996, “Bomis” was launched as a web portal that would soon find success with erotic, x-rated content, by catering to men who go on line to look at women, cars, and sports enticements. The project would soonafter be scaled back some from the soft porn and morph into what was known for a brief  Full Article…

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Fluoride

Sodium fluoride, the type of fluoride used in tap water across America today, is an industrial byproduct that doubles as insecticide, which was first used by the Nazis to keep the Jews weak and unable to rebel in the concentration camps of World War II. Yet today’s food and water contain some of the exact  Full Article…

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PolitiFact.com

PolitiFact.com is an online critical newspaper begun in August of 2007 and is a project operated by the Tampa Bay Times, where editors and reporters “fact-check” statements made by top politicians, whether in Congress or the White House, and these statements are published on their website with special ratings that the Politifact editors invented in  Full Article…

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American Medical Association (AMA)

The year is 1847. Physicians in America are not enjoying competing with inexpensive, natural remedies, which are offered by Indians and skilled midwives. These are remedies which are effective but are not profitable or patentable, so elitist physicians join forces and form an alliance called the AMA, the American Medical Association. Not just any doctor  Full Article…

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“Planned Parenthood” – Margaret Sanger (founder)

The “American Birth Control League” (Planned Parenthood) was founded in 1921 when the first birth-control clinic was opened in Brooklyn, New York, by one Margaret Sanger. In 1942, the birth control “league” became part of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, or PPFA. Today, their budget of about $1 billion US dollars (700 clinics alloted  Full Article…

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Fukushima

The Tokyo Electric Power Company, or “TEPCO,” the organization in charge of the Fukushima nuclear plant, took their time admitting the truth about the three (of the six total) damaged nuclear reactors that suffered meltdowns, worse than Chernobyl, after an earthquake off the coast of Japan triggered a tsunami that severely destroyed three reactors (by  Full Article…

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CDC – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The CDC is a for-profit corporation listed on Dun and Bradstreet with a “mission and vision” – – as stated on their website – – that the “CDC works to protect America from health, safety and security threats, both foreign and in the U.S.” As a health protection agency, the CDC is supposed to save  Full Article…

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