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The Daily PSYOP: HuffPo Censored and Deleted Anti-Pharma Vaccine Post From Their Website. Read It Here. Censorship is alive and well! In case you missed it, a contributing editor for The Huffington Post managed to slip a shockingly honest vaccine editorial by the Big Pharma watchdogs this morning. The article, titled “Vaccines Are Totally Safe Say The People Who Brought Us Vioxx, Bextra, Trovan, Phen-Fen, Xarelto, Raxar, and Seldane…”, remained published on HuffPo’s site for just a few hours before it was taken down. When you try to find the article, the link now directs you to a message reading “This post from The Huffington Post Contributor Platform is no longer available on our site.” Good thing someone was able to screen shot the entire article!

Here is the full article written by Martha Rosenberg. While I disagree strongly that there is such a thing as a safe or necessary vaccine, the rest of the article is brilliantly honest and the Huffington Post should be ashamed of themselves for the role they play in harming our children by censoring such important information. The Daily PSYOP: Why NIRP (Negative Interest Rates) Will Fail Miserably. From Zerohedge, 02/12/2016 What NIRP communicates is: this sucker's going down, so sell everything and hoard your cash and precious metals.

The last hurrah of central banks is the negative interest rate policy--NIRP. The basic idea of NIRP is to punish savers so severely that households and businesses will be compelled to go blow whatever money they have on something--what the money is squandered on is of no importance to central banks. All that matters is that people and enterprises are forced to spend whatever cash they have rather than "hoard" it, i.e. preserve and conserve their capital. That this is certifiably insane is self-evident. "People like me who have saved all their lives realize that they their savings (no matter how much) will never throw off enough money to allow retirement, unless I live off principal. If banks start charging savers interest on their cash, savers will have to save even more income to offset the additional costs imposed by central banks on their savings. The Daily PSYOP: Trump Will Be President - How Alt-Market Predicted The Outcome Five Months In Advance.

The Daily PSYOP: Is It All Going Down The Drain? Probably. ‘I Can’t Do This Anymore,’ Think 320 Million Americans Quietly Going About Day. The Daily PSYOP: The Central Banks Are Now Ready To Launch Their 'Brave New World' From ZeroHedge, Aug 31, 2016by Brandon Smith via, The latest Federal Reserve meeting in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is over and so far it would seem that the general investment world is not too happy about Janet Yellen’s statements as well as those of other Fed officials. In fact, many people are looking for some simple clarity as to what the central bank is actually planning. Most importantly, investors want to know why the Fed is suddenly so adamant about continued interest rate hikes in 2016. Only a couple months ago, almost everyone (including alternative economic analysts) was arguing that the Fed would “never dare” to raise rates again so soon, and that there was no chance of a rate hike so close to the presidential elections.

Instead, investors have been greeted with surging rate-hike odds as Fed officials openly hint of another boost, probably in September. Here is the issue that scares mainstream markets — many day traders are greedy, but not necessarily dumb. Indian atrocities in Kashmir. Cory Goldstein responds to viral dreadlocks video. Unwatchable: Brutally honest film about the rape crisis in Congo. I feel like Delusion/Stupidity is a survival mechanism | IGN Boards. The BMX Rider Dave Mirra, Who Died in a Suicide, Had C.T.E. Photo Dave Mirra, a star BMX rider who killed himself in February, had chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a brain disease linked to head trauma. The condition was diagnosed by neuropathologists at the University of Toronto and the Canadian Concussion Center, where Mirra’s brain was examined after his death.

“It’s assumed it is related to multiple concussions that happened years before,” Dr. Lili-Naz Hazrati told ESPN. Mirra won 14 gold medals at the X Games and helped popularize freestyle BMX, in which riders perform tricks on bicycles on the ground and in the air. He endorsed numerous products, including a video game series.

Freestyle BMX is a dangerous sport that produces many crashes, and Mirra was involved in many. Mirra died from a self-inflicted gunshot in February in Greenville, N.C. C.T.E. can be diagnosed only through a brain examination after death. The disease can affect memory, cognitive function and mood. Continue reading the main story. Cory Goldstein responds to viral dreadlocks video. Essena O'Neill - Why I REALLY am quitting social media - (Original Video) The psychology of Instagram and the shifting sexuality of a new generation. The recent death of horror master filmmaker, Wes Craven had me pretty upset when I saw the article pop on to my newsfeed last month.

Not just because I’m a huge fan, but because I had gotten to spend some time with him in 2004, after I was given the opportunity to be the student producer on the Wide Screen Film Festival. The festival was held at our university, where Craven served as our artist-in-residence. I didn’t know him well, but I was lucky enough to have been given advice from the man himself, which gave me the courage I needed to continue my maze-of-a-path into filmmaking.

I don’t need to write a full history of Craven’s filmography to convince you of how impressive and talented this man truly was. From his humble beginnings, strict upbringing, and traditional education – Craven created a career for himself by learning a brand new trade completely on his own. After the workshop, some of the faculty and I were able to take Craven out for a fancy dinner at a local steakhouse. Polaris. Add your name and demand action from Congress to help stop human trafficking. Our new statistics report provides 2015 data from the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline, Polaris's BeFree Textline, and communications referencing overseas cases. The data are not intendedto represent the full scope of human trafficking, but to help identify trends. Key facts: You can view the resource below. Kamagasaki, Osaka. Kamagasaki, Osaka. 1000 × 667 - 709 × 531 - 1000 × 665 - 709 × 532 -

Argentina | The Illusionary Poor - The Caravan. YOU COULD SMELL THE VEGETABLES being stewed from a few blocks away. The aroma pricked the noses of a group of the gendarmería—a security force with part-military and part-police functions. A few of them, wearing army green, were on alert under an overpass in south-west Buenos Aires that separates Flores, an area of middle- and working-class housing, from a neighbouring slum, or villa. The smell was coming from the Los Piletones Foundation in Villa Soldati, as the slum is known, where, every mealtime for five days a week, about five hundred people come for free meals. Since it was founded in a shed 18 years ago, the foundation has been transformed to hold two kitchens, a kindergarten, library and Saturday school, as well as medical and veterinary centres. Poor people from across the south of the Argentine capital come here to receive help they cannot get elsewhere—special foods for elderly diabetics, for example.

Poverty has long been politicised in Argentina. Month under the scheme. Argentina: The Country That Monsanto Poisoned. By Michael Warren and Natacha Pisarenko / Jan 12, 2015 American biotechnology has turned Argentina into the world’s third-largest soybean producer, but the chemicals powering the boom aren’t confined to soy and cotton and corn fields. They routinely contaminate homes and classrooms and drinking water. A growing chorus of doctors and scientists is warning that their uncontrolled use could be responsible for the increasing number of health problems turning up in hospitals across the South American nation. In the heart of Argentina’s soybean business, house-to-house surveys of 65,000 people in farming communities found cancer rates two to four times higher than the national average, as well as higher rates of hypothyroidism and chronic respiratory illnesses.

Associated Press photographer Natacha Pisarenko spent months documenting the issue in farming communities across Argentina. In Santa Fe, cancer rates are two times to four times higher than the national average. The ecological disaster of China in 20 photographs - DailyBest. China is full of picturesque places, but their beauty pales on the background of heavily polluted areas of the country. Beijing and other parts of China are shrouded by thick clouds of smog threatening health of anyone not wearing dust masks. Uncontrolled dumping of waste in reservoirs throughout the country is already a common phenomenon. Depressing photographs seen here illustrate how bad pollution in China has become. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Source: Bored Panda. Korea's hidden problem: Suicidal defectors. Image copyright Thinkstock All over the world, people flee in their millions from tyrannous regimes, but how often do they find the better life they were hoping for?

In South Korea, statistics indicate that a startling number of defectors from the North end up taking their own lives. You always hear of the celebrity defectors. They write best-selling books and appear on television. They can earn tens of thousands of dollars for an evening at a speaking engagement. They are eloquent as they tell their harrowing stories of dangerous flights from extreme oppression. But there is sometimes a darker side to the stories of those who flee their homeland. In South Korea, the statistics reveal a truth.

There are a number of factors involved. Kim Song-il is now in his seventh line of business since he defected 14 years ago. Now he's started his own business selling chicken pieces. It's a struggle. Last year, there were 1,400 defectors. Or nearly all one way. Image copyright Getty Images. The Hidden South. VIDEO: Marine Life Doomed In Gulf Dead Zone. The truth behind Cambodia’s inequalities -- New Internationalist. A female garment worker joins a rally in front of the Ministry of Labor on December 28 2013, demanding a monthly living wage of $160. Licadho Last week in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, I walked past a gold BMW parked casually on a side-street. That is to say, last week I walked past a BMW 5 Series, which had been covered in $1,000 worth of gold, brassy vinyl (I hear that is the cost of such a paint-job).

A few men were gathered around the car, squinting and muttering to one another, as the driver watched on nervously from an ATM. At first I thought the car’s statement was meant to say: I have more money than you to anyone who happened to catch sight of it. As I walked a few blocks away from the gilded BMW, a homeless woman approached me with a baby on her back, asking for a few dollars to buy some milk. The Cambodian government answered this question with a firm ‘yes’. Between 2004 and 2012, the economy grew by more than eight per cent each year.

Beyond the shopping malls. Cambodia: The Poor Side | dailydoesit. First time in this country, I have already gotten sick the first few days. Catching malaria was the worse for me. I have gotten shots for them but I guess I was easy to catch it. I wasn’t doing so well, puking, running to the bathroom every 5-10 minutes, diarrhea was the worse for me because the toilets don’t flush. I had many coin treatments during my vacation just cause I got sick quite a few times. Coin treatment is the last thing I would want but it helps a lot more than any other treatments. Listening to all the khmer songs that I have listened too while I was in Cambodia.. This is my older aunt’s house in one of the villages that I was less staying. I also managed to be one of the witnesses of a few bad accidents which I’ve seen a few dead people.. in person, which gave me the goosebumps. My bestest friend in Cambodia, Ung Chantha but I call her Chantha. There are so many reasons why this girl is like my bestest friend.

This boy was legit my ride or die, as you can say it, lol. Europe's refugee crisis, explained. The meaning of the phrase "refugee crisis" can be hard to grasp — until you see the photographs. A Syrian toddler, dead on a Turkish beach, after the boat in which his family was attempting to flee to Europe capsized at sea. Desperate families crowding a Hungarian train station, their children sleeping on floors and sidewalks, fearing Hungary will intern them in sinister-sounding "camps.

" Greek tourism towns filling with tents and with humanitarian workers, to accommodate the rickety boats of refugees that arrive daily at the shores. Today, more than 19 million people have been forced to flee their home countries because of war, persecution, and oppression, and every day an estimated 42,500 more join them. Many, though far from all, of them head for Europe, which is why the crisis there can appear most acute. There are two layers to this crisis and why it has grown so dire.

The war and repression driving this unprecedented crisis Thomas van Linge But it’s not just Syria. The Sun. Meat Unhappy. The Story: An Overview of the Experiment — Stanford Prison Experiment. Inside Konami: public shaming, tyrannical management and punitive reassignment. Konami, already a publisher mired in bad press, has today found itself at the centre of a maelstrom of ill-will thanks to a series of revelations about HR practices at the firm that wouldn't seem out of place in the military or a prison - practices that denigrate, demoralise and dehumanise the people working there.

Revelations from the Nikkei last night reveal a corporate culture where employees are treated almost like inmates, with little to no respect for personal achievement or autonomy. They show a viciously unwelcome side to a business that will likely lose it even more fans than the cancellation of Silent Hill or the departure of Hideo Kojima. That things have been increasingly unsettled at Konami has been open knowledge for some time. The firm's most talented developers, producers and directors have been streaming out of the company's doors for years, either by choice or after confrontations with management.

Key projects have been cancelled or farmed out as licences. Migrants and refugees risk their lives to reach Europe, in pictures. We Are All Louisianans. LiveLeak - Massive Explosion In Tianjin, China (New angle) Tianjin Port Explosion -- Extremely Close Dashcam Video. December – 2010 – Journeys towards Justice. At home with the Roma: Remote villages where people struggle with terrible poverty to continue traditional way of life. The Latest: 20,000 march against government in Romania. Brenda Ann Kenneally documents life below the poverty line in Troy, York in her documentary project, Upstate Girls. I think Evangelion fucked me up. : evangelion. The Ukrainian Revolution & the Future of Social Movements / CrimethInc. Ex-Workers' Collective. #ViolenceIsViolence: Domestic abuse advert Mankind.

Cengiz Yar Jr. – The Young Men of the Free Syrian Army. 5 Stupid Habits You Develop Growing Up in a Broken Home. Children of the Mountains Struggle to Survive. The world is dieing. Life on earth is dying, thanks to one species. Why Are Millions of Fish Suddenly Dying In Mass Death Events All Over The Planet? | UKIAH BLOG. Male Masturbation: 5 Things You Didn't Know. Russian beauty lays into the greedy and dishonest people who are destroying her country. Women in Afghanistan: the back story. What I wish people knew about depression. Baltimore riots hurt O'Malley's already slim chances - James Hohmann. Honduran Police Burn Community to the Ground. This Is What An Economic Depression Looks Like In The 21st Century. Whistle Blower Threatened with 35 Years in Prison, Warns of Developing Tyranny. Aaron Swartz. California Drought Photos Show What Happens When It Rains Just 4 Inches In 13 Months.

Amid All the Recent Tragedy In the World, This Is the Little Thing That Got Under My Skin. Now Is a Critical Moment to Stop Some Scary Global Corporate Deals That Are in the Works. James Stewart survives torture in LA County jail - hypothermia, food deprivation, raw human sewage. The cost of shopping for health insurance. 55 year old Homeless Man carries 2 Masters Degrees ( Maurice Johnson )

Shell Oil Spill off Nigeria's Coast: Worst in a Decade - Energy Digital. The Incredible poverty in Japan !!!!!!!!!! THE CON of BEING AN RN - Nurse RN Jobs. Brazil Boiling: Video of brutal clashes as country gripped by protests. Daughters of the Syrian Revolution. Some People Say I Had No Reason To Runaway From Home. "Hot Girls Wanted" - Netlfix Documentary on the Miami Adult Film Scene - Page 4.