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AirAsia flight goes missing with 162 passengers on board

Air Asia plane

An AirAsia passenger jet with 162 people on board has disappeared during a flight between Indonesia and Singapore, prompting an international search and rescue operation. AirAsia flight QZ8501, an Airbus 320-200 passenger jet that took off from the Indonesian city of Surabaya at 5:27am, lost all contact with air control at 7:24 …

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Air pollution in China reaches hazardous levels

China Beijing pollution smog

Beijing raised its pollution alert from yellow to orange, the second highest, Friday as pollution levels reached 20 times recommended limits. By 4pm Friday the Air Quality index in Beijing reached 470, with anything over 300 considered severe pollution, while in neighboring Hebei province Dangerous PM2.5 particles climbed above 500 …

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Khorasans: about as real as the Kardashians

Kim Kardashian

Obama is now – after the fact – scrambling to justify bombing the sovereign nation of Syria without the permission of either the Syrian government or even the United States Congress by saying that we were going after the super-evil Khorasans, who were about to attack us. My God!  That …

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The real reason why the US and France are back in Iraq

Iraq oil

Why is Obama now re-committing the U.S. military to Iraq? Why is France strongly backing military action? Obama says it’s to protect minorities. That’s nothing new. Obama is the fourth president in a row to bomb Iraq … while claiming it is for humanitarian purposes. But the architects of the Iraq War (the one …

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Google to Wi-Fi entire planet with 180 satellites

Satellite above earth

The world wide web may seem like a global community, but two-thirds of the planet still remain without access. Now, Google is planning to change this by launching a fleet of 180 satellites to provide web access for the 4.8 billion people not yet online, according to sources close to …

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New South Wales bushfires linked to military explosives exercises

NSW Bushfire

The Australian Defence Force is investigating claims that explosives used in a military training exercise could have started the bush fires that have destroyed swathes of New South Wales.  The exercise took place at a military base near the town of Lithgow in the Blue Mountain region last Wednesday. On …

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Naked Juice GMO class action settlement announced: Here’s how to claim $45 from PepsiCo even without proof of purchase

Naked Juice

The Naked Juice company was sued in 2011, accused of using GMO ingredients and deceptively labeling its products, “all natural.” As the Organic Consumers Association explains: According to plaintiffs, Naked Juice used soy ingredients that are genetically engineered “by design or by contamination.” (Naked Juice doesn’t use certified organic or …

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Facebook friends could change your credit score

Facebook

Choose your Facebook friends wisely; they could help you get approved or rejected for a loan. A handful of tech startups are using social data to determine the risk of lending to people who have a difficult time accessing credit. Traditional lenders rely heavily on credit scores like FICO, which …

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11 children killed by NATO airstrike

NATO kills children

Afghan villagers sit near the bodies of children who they said were killed during an air strike in Kunar province April 7, 2013. A NATO airstrike has killed 11 children and one woman in the East of Afghanistan, report local officials. A house collapsed during the attack, causing the casualties …

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Carbon tax proven useless against global warming

no carbon tax sign

For years, global warming advocates have argued that implementing some sort of carbon tax would substantially reduce the amount of carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere by the heavily industrialized United States. The idea, they say, is that a carbon tax would ultimately lead to fewer harmful, climate-changing emissions because …

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Iranian boy dies from medicine shortage due to EU and US sanctions

iran sanctions

Western sanctions on Iran have affected not only the nation’s oil revenues, but also human lives. A teenage boy has died from hemophilia due to a shortage of medicine caused by strict EU and US sanctions on the Islamic republic. Fifteen-year-old Manouchehr Esmaili-Liousi died in hospital after his family failed …

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Why the New World Order needs Australia

The New World Order is real and the Globalists who desire the establishment of a New World Order are doing everything in their power to create the global government they need to guarantee global control and power. The Globalists will only achieve the establishment of a New World Order under two conditions. …

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Occupy Bilderberg 2012

Well, it looks like the most cunning and deceptive people on the planet may not be so bright after all.  The infamous and elusive Bilderberg club has decided to bring their annual meeting back to the United States after setting last year’s event at a hotel buried deep in the mountains …

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5 alternative doctors found dead in a month, 5 more missing

5 natural holistic doctors dead

Editor’s note: It seems practitioners of holistic medicine in Florida are being targeted, in recent months we have seen the financial industry hit with dozens of mysterious deaths: 48 suspicious banking deaths I read about Dr. Baron Holt DC not long after he died less than a month ago near me here on the …

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UKIP wins European elections setting off a political earthquake

Nigel Farage drinking beer

Nigel Farage has unleashed his much-promised political earthquake across British politics as Ukip stormed to victory in the European elections, performing powerfully across the country. The Eurosceptic party’s victory marked the first time in modern history that neither Labour nor the Conservatives have won a British national election. In a stunning warning to the established …

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