“The CDC Medical Police State: the Right to Detain Anyone”

Image: http://www.deesillustration.com "…HHS/CDC believes that it is important to define for the public what is meant by the term ‘apprehension.’ Apprehension means the temporary taking into custody of an individual or group for purposes of determining whether quarantine, isolation, or conditional release is warranted…When an apprehension occurs, the individual is not free to leave or … Continue reading “The CDC Medical Police State: the Right to Detain Anyone”

“Psychotropic Drugs, Are They Safe? Fourteen Lies That Our Psychiatry Professors in Medical School Taught Us”

Image: http://www.aftershocklifeafterect.wordpress.com Before swallowing that prescribed mind-altering drug, you might want to check out the following article: Psychotropic Drugs, Are They Safe? Fourteen Lies That Our Psychiatry Professors in Medical School Taught Us By Dr. Gary G. Kohls First published by global cResearch in January 2016 Myth # 1: “The FDA (US Food and Drug … Continue reading “Psychotropic Drugs, Are They Safe? Fourteen Lies That Our Psychiatry Professors in Medical School Taught Us”

“WHY IT MATTERS: Seth Borenstein Is Wrong About Almost Everything Regarding Climate Change.”

Image: http://www.izquotes.com “The climate system is a coupled non-linear chaotic system, and therefore the long-term prediction of future climate states is not possible.” – IPCC TAR WG1, Working Group I: The Scientific Basis This quote comes straight from the AGW-horse's mouth. Blindly and willfully holding to a lie, simply because one hates the oil industry, … Continue reading “WHY IT MATTERS: Seth Borenstein Is Wrong About Almost Everything Regarding Climate Change.”

Hidden History: US Workers’ Bitter Struggle for Labor Rights

The Most Revolutionary Act

Plutocracy II: Solidarity Forever

Directed by Scott Noble (2016)

Film Review

Plutocracy II (the sequel to Plutocracy) covers the resistance movements that arose in response to the brutal sweatshop conditions of US mines and factories in the late 19th century. Prior to the rise of the labor movement, most US workers earned starvation wages, as well as experiencing the highest rate of work place accidents and deaths in the developed world.

This documentary traces the rise of the Molly Maguires, the United Mine Workers, the Western Federation of Miners, the American Railway Workers Union (started by Eugene Debbs), the American Federation of Labor (which only represented white male skilled workers), the Peoples Party (aka the Populist Party), the Socialist Party, the International Workers of the World (IWW) and the progressive and anarchist movement.

Solidarity Forever also highlights the extreme violence used by industrialists and federal and state governments…

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How the Soviet Collapse Enriched a Few and Destroyed Millions

Journal of People

Telesur | 06 September, 2016

To mark the 25th anniversary of the collapse of the Soviet Union, teleSUR looks at how the biggest selloff in human history destroyed the lives of millions.

Historians and economists on the left and right might argue over whether the Soviet Union’s state-controlled economy was better for its nearly 300 million citizens, but the facts cannot be denied: “shock” therapy, designed with close guidance by Western economists, allowed a few oligarchs to buy off the bloc’s wealth for cheap as hundreds of millions suffered from economic depression along with the kind of extreme inequality that continues to this day.

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