“Strip Searches, Brutality, And Violent Arrests, Proves Which Side The Government Has Taken on DAPL”

Image: http://www.thefreethoughtproject.com Like so many others these days, the author/reporter of the following article is finding out just how worthless the U.S. constitution truly is to "we the people", just as it always has been. The constitution hasn't been toyed with or broken, it is working exactly as it was made to work, when it … Continue reading “Strip Searches, Brutality, And Violent Arrests, Proves Which Side The Government Has Taken on DAPL”

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“Land for What?”

Image: http://www.slidesharecdn.com ..."1,000 years ago, in England, 100% of the bounty from the land was used for the common good but from the time of Henry VIII the public share of surplus revenues from the land reduced from 100% to c.4% by the beginning of the 19th century. To make up for the dwindling public … Continue reading “Land for What?”

“Army Major [General] Says “Everything’s in Place” to Round Up Antiwar Dissenters for Military Detention”

Image: http://www.thefreethoughtproject.com For those of you who pander the "everything is a conspiracy theory" scenario, you might want to pay close attention to what has been written in the following article, since the source of this information is a retired army major-general: Army Major [General] Says “Everything’s In Place” To Round Up Antiwar Dissenters For … Continue reading “Army Major [General] Says “Everything’s in Place” to Round Up Antiwar Dissenters for Military Detention”

THE CANCER INDUSTRY IS TOO PROSPEROUS TO ALLOW A CURE

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The Cancer Industry is too prosperous to allow a cure

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 by: Natural News Editors

My Personal Introduction to Conventional Cancer Treatment Began in 1995
The surgeon pointed his pen at a large tumor on the CAT scan and began to explain the procedure for removing the colon cancer. He then paused for a moment and said to my wife, “This isn’t your biggest problem.” He then began to tap his pen on three small points that were visible on the image of her liver. “These are a much bigger problem, because we can’t remove them with surgery.”

(Article by John P. Thomas, republished from Healthimpactnews.com)

Everyone we met at the University medical center was compassionate and concerned for us. After the surgery, we met with the oncologist. He explained the chemotherapy option. He told my wife, “You have 6 months to one year to live if you do chemotherapy. If you don’t do chemotherapy, then…

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