5 Reasons to Question the Official Story of the Orlando Shooting – Zen Gardner

The FBI has had a long history in creating, organizing and facilitating terrorist attacks in order to bust them at the last minute and claim credit for stopping terror attacks. Source: 5 Reasons to Question the Official Story of the Orlando Shooting - Zen Gardner

Center for a Stateless Society » The Weekly Abolitionist: Prisons and Entrepreneurship

Image: griid.files.wordpress.com ...once prisoners are released they are highly constrained in their ability to engage in productive entrepreneurship. In many states, occupational licensing laws prohibit workers and entrepreneurs with a criminal record from practicing a wide range of professions. These laws ban former prisoners from turning their lives around by producing goods and services that … Continue reading Center for a Stateless Society » The Weekly Abolitionist: Prisons and Entrepreneurship

“U.S. Elites: the Original Gangsters”

Image: counterpunch.org ...many today “understand organized crime in a very restricted sense, as being virtually synonymous with super-criminal organizations such as the Mafia,” when in fact “established economic and political power structures” mesh with, often thrive on, illicit activity. This situation suggests the “decent citizen,” as radical pacifist David Dellinger called her, must decide whether … Continue reading “U.S. Elites: the Original Gangsters”

It Is Against The Law To Cure Cancer In America — Dublinmick’s Breaking News

The Most Revolutionary Act

Why raw almonds are illegal in the US:

Bittermandeln

Forbidden Fruits: Whatever Medicinal Foods The F.D.A. Forbids Written by Sarah C. Corriher Category: Reports Published: November 28, 2009 “Drop the almonds! NOW MISTER!” Vitamin B-17, Raw Bitter Almonds, and Apricot Seeds In 2007, bitter almonds were becoming popular throughout alternative medicine for their vitamin B-17 (laetrile) content. Health food stores had stopped selling B-17 in the form of apricot seeds in 2002, due to armed raids. The F.D.A. openly banned apricot seeds and laetrile extracts, because they had been published as a cure for cancer. Curing cancer is illegal in America. The British government followed suit, and did the very same things during 2002. Innocent people in both countries were arrested and wrongfully charged as criminals for merely selling apricot seeds, a carrier of vitamin B-17.

Bitter almonds were later discovered to be the highest source of this vitamin. Vitamin B-17…

View original post 323 more words