IMHO...Typical democrat...Doesn't care about ANYTHING but themselves...
The 5G revolution is rushing toward us and it will bring a whole new era of harm from ultra-high microwave frequency radiation. And those who raise their voices against the danger to our health and our human rights to safety have been the subject of harassment, intimidation and attempts to silence them.
On July 14, 2016 the FCC voted to unleash 5G in the United States, approving sweeping Spectrum Frontiers rules to make spectrum bands above 24 GHz available for 5G. Even though serious health risks are associated with the proliferation of cell phone technology, the attitude of the FCC seems to be ‘full speed ahead and damn the torpedoes.’
This guy never took to living conventionally, or really, having anything to do with the grid that he didn’t have to.
Mike Oehler is a veteran in the DIY homesteading movement – writing the book on how he made his own underground home for cheap, less than $50 using found materials and his reservoir of ingenuity.
This house, dug into a hill and concealed underground, lends itself to camoflauge, self-sustainability, energy efficiently, prepping and survival.
Learn from his experience how to design for the best management of water flow, sunlight into your underground dwelling, and the best way to insulate naturally, and live as low cost as you prefer.
This is not fiction…
It’s not a conspiracy theory…
It’s a plausible explanation for a mysterious event that actually happened.
On the evening of May 28, 1993, an enormous blast rocked the Australian Outback. It measured 3.9 on the Richter scale and sent shock waves out hundreds of miles. Truck drivers and gold prospectors in the area saw the dark sky light up with a bright flash.
I only heard about the incident a few months ago, when Doug Casey and I met a shadowy figure with deep connections to the US government in a café in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. He and his colleagues within the US military and intelligence community are 100% convinced that this strange event was actually Aum Shinrikyo—a Japanese doomsday cult—testing a nuclear weapon.
This week’s episode of “Empire Gone Wild” features our freshly inaugurated dear leader, Donald Trump, who appears determined to enthusiastically continue the Obama administration’s policy of recklessly arming Saudi war criminals.
First, here’s a little background from The Washington Post:
The State Department has approved a resumption of weapons sales that critics have linked to Saudi Arabia’s bombing of civilians in Yemen, a potential sign of reinvigorated U.S. support for the kingdom’s involvement in its neighbor’s ongoing civil war.
Tenth Amendment Center:
With the CIA’s ability to ‘breach almost anything connected to the internet’ made public, many citizens have begun questioning their devices.
A clip has surfaced showing an anonymous woman asking Amazon’s Alexa a series of questions – starting with ‘would you lie to me’ and finishing with ‘Alexa, are you connected to the CIA?’
The virtual assistant swiftly responded to the first question, but shutdown after it was interrogated about its connections with the US government agency.
With his widely followed, and positively reviewed, address to Congress last week, President Trump showed how easy it could be to unite Washington around a big-budget centrist agenda on health care, immigration, taxes, infrastructure and the military. But the continued accusations surrounding his campaign’s alleged Russian connections, and the President’s conspiratorial responses, have insured that the battle lines have only hardened. However, anyone with even a casual concern with ballooning government debt should take notice just how easily both parties in Washington would agree to vastly expand the gushing red ink if a political truce can be brokered. Those fears should galvanize around the newly-issued Republican replacement for Obamacare. If such a monstrous bill could successfully navigate Congress, we would find ourselves stuck deeper in a deficit deluge than we can possibly imagine.
As of October 24, the U.S. Treasury was flush with $435 billion of cash. That was because the department’s bureaucrats had been issuing debt hand-over-fist and piling up a cash hoard, apparently, for the period after March 15, 2017 when President Hillary Clinton would need to coax another debt ceiling increase out of Congress.
Needless to say, Hillary was unexpectedly (and thankfully) retired to Chappaqua, New York. But the less discussed surprise is that the U.S. Treasury’s cash hoard has virtually disappeared in the run-up to the March 15 expiration of the debt ceiling holiday.
Vitamin D has become quite the heavily researched nutrient: last year 4,388 studies were published according to listings on PubMed. And in 2015, another 4,356 studies were published too. That’s nearly 9,000 studies in just a two-year period! And the majority of these findings point to one thing: vitamin D plays an integral role in the prevention of many diseases and conditions.
Some of these studies may prove to be quite influential regarding future research, medical policies and even public opinion. Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that frankly isn’t appreciated nor recognized often enough for its benefits, so this onslaught of new research is quite promising.