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Vaccine-induced immune overload now affects majority of US children, study finds

Immunologist says vaccines contribute to an “epidemic of inflammatory diseases including diabetes, obesity and autism”

Slowly, Slowly: Russia Troops Pulling Back from Ukraine Border

So slowly that the greater part of more than 40,000 Russian troops still remain close enough to move into Ukraine quickly, should Putin give the order

Kasim Reed. Click enlarge

Bilderberg 2014: Copenhagen 29 May to 1 June

A partial list of those attending the 2014 Bilderberg meeting in Copenhagen. Plus a heads up for a lesser known figure who could destined for bigger things

The Great Western Gas Fiasco

The Great Western Gas Fiasco

When I was invited in 1980 by Chinese military intelligence to “exchange views”, writes Eric Margolis, I asked how long it would take for the Chinese Army to take Vladivostok. After a long, uncomfortable silence, a general spat out, “one week”

The Pentagon after it had supposedly been hit by Fight 77, which is notably absent from the photo. Click to enlarge

Self-Betrayal Rots the American Psyche

Now they are so contemptuous of us, so extremely confident of their invulnerability and immunity, “so bold and arrogant” that on 9-11 [our leaders] “mocked us to our faces by leaving clues in plain sight.”

White House admits staging fake vaccination operation to gather DNA from the public

“CIA agents recruited a senior Pakistani doctor to organize the vaccine drive in Abbottabad, even starting the “project” in a poorer part of town to make it look more authentic”

The Treblinka Archaeology Hoax

The Treblinka Archaeology Hoax

Debunking a TV documentary on Treblinka that was used to perpetuate the myths behind the Holocaust Industry

Almost 10,000 troops in Afghanistan next year

Currently there are 32,000 American troops in Afghanistan. Now Obama says he wants nearly 10,000 to remain after the official U.S. withdrawal next year

Another Day, Another This Way or That way

It’s time to be secure about where you are and who you are; past time… or time to start doing so. Although of course, one can be safe and secure anywhere, depending on who you are.

US House approves $600 million military aid package for Israel

While the nation’s infrastructure crumbles due to lack of funds and the economy slides deeper into the red, Israel’s friends in the U.S. House of Representatives approve another massive donation

Scene of checkpoint massacre near Volnovakha, Ukraine. Click to enlarge

Ukraine SITREP May 22th, 19:32 UTC/Zulu: Ukie death squad murders conscripts

This may be a few days old but as yet few others are carrying it and it points to the direct involvement of Ukrainian private banks in massacres and false flags. Includes videos

Ukrainian Mi-24 gun ship over Donetsk Airport. Click to enlarge

Dozens Dead After Ukraine Forces Retake Donetsk Airport

Helicopter gun ships, paratroopers and air strikes used to wrest control of terminal buildings from pro-Russian separatists

Bilderberg Agenda Revealed: Elite Desperate to Rescue Unipolar World

Insider reveals the main talking point in the upcoming Bilderberg conference in Copenhagen. The number one item on the agenda: how to derail the global awakening and rising anti-E.U. sentiment in Europe

The Workless Class Woke Up

The Workless Class Woke Up

Gilad Atzmon reflects on the surge of support for Euro sceptic and right-wing parties in the recent European Parliamentary elections

Who Needs The United States? Not Russia And China

Russia and China have just signed “the gas deal of the century”, and are discussing using their own currencies to trade with one another. This has huge implications for the U.S. economy. Michael Synder explains

Strange Bedfellows: Nation of Islam and Scientology

Strange Bedfellows: Nation of Islam and Scientology

David Livingstone examines how both Nation of Islam and Scientology have their roots in Satanism. Includes video

A man believed to have been crucified by fighters of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria in the northern Syrian city of Raqqa. Click to enlarge

British jihadists are the most bloodthirsty in Syria: blamed for beheadings and crucifixions

Britain provides ‘non-lethal’ and ‘technical support’ to opposition forces in Syria but has ruled out supplying arms. Those are supplied by the West’s allies in the gulf states

‘Brits make up majority of Syria militant group’

UK intelligence turned a blind eye as British born Muslims joined up to help oust President Assad , a prime Western objective. However, he remains in power and as those fighters return the proverbial chickens will really come home to roost

Doctors will cool down the patients so their blood cells need less oxygen to survive. In effect, freezing them and inducing a state of suspended animation. Click to enlarge

Left between life and death: First ‘suspended animation’ trials set to begin in bid to buy time for stabbing and gunshot victims

Clinical trials for medical procedures that could have come from a Star Wars movie

Nature inspiring designs for new micro drones. Click to enlarge

What drones may come: Experimental robots take inspiration from nature

Researchers looked into whirlwinds and strong winds, considered to be most challenging of all obstacles faced by flying robots, by studying the movements of a hawk moth