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Meet the 20 men who could be the next pope…

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 …and protector of the greatest pedophile network in history. As the papal conclave begins in Rome, wrapped in mystery and secrecy, there is no indication that the 115 cardinals will be deciding between just a couple of front-runners in choosing a successor to Pope Benedict XVI. Milan’s Cardinal Angelo Scola …

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The War on Cash advances

War on cash

The War on Cash is advancing on all fronts. One region that has hogged the headlines with its war against physical currency is Scandinavia. Sweden became the first country to enlist its own citizens as largely willing guinea pigs in a dystopian economic experiment: negative interest rates in a cashless …

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How to Take Control of Your Business Success

When you’ve been working hard in your business, you are naturally delighted when it starts paying off. You’ve spent uncountable hours developing your brand, working on your website, streamlining processes, and marketing your business on social media. It’s taken time to transform your initial business idea into a viable business. …

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Hell of a job: Vatican hires Fox News journo for image makeover

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The Vatican has turned to a Fox News reporter for help to improve its relations with the media amid communications blunders and a leaks scandal. The Holy See hired the Channel’s Rome correspondent for the position of senior communications adviser. The TV journalist Greg Burke is also a member of …

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Guardian: We have published only 1% of Snowden files

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Alan Rusbridger, editor of The Guardian newspaper. The editor of the Guardian said Tuesday that his newspaper has published just 1 percent of the material it received from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, and denied that the paper had placed lives or national security at risk. Alan Rusbridger …

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Mainstream media to remove comments section on articles

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Desperate to cling onto their ability to dictate reality, the crumbling mainstream media is beginning to kill off article comment sections in a cynical bid to silence dissenting voices. Studies confirm that article comment sections – for better or worse – are heavily swaying public opinion. How many times have you …

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Australian activist defeats spy cameras in landmark case

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Expansion of the global surveillance grid was dealt a major blow in Australia last week after a legal challenge by an individual against the State of New South Wales brought about a landmark ruling. A local resident opposed to the introduction of CCTV cameras successfully proved that public surveillance carried out by …

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Reuters has Twitter account hacked

Reuters reports that a hacker briefly seized control of the news agency’s technology news Twitter feed, @ReutersTech, on Sunday and used the account to post a stream of fabricated reports about Syria and the Middle East under the new handle @ReutersME. The stunt appeared to be the second step in a campaign by …

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Prince Philip: Is this the sickest man in the UK?

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Respectful: Britain’s Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh visits the Field of Remembrance in the grounds of Westminster Abbey in central London on Thursday. Look at the photograph below? This picture will fill Millions of Brits with pride, nostalgia and patronism. Women, old and young will inevitably coo. Men, no …

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Ayahuasca stimulates brain to fight Alzheimer’s and Down syndrome

Shaman ayahuasca brew ceremony Brazil

Ayahuasca, a powerful hallucinogenic drug, stimulates the brain to fight the debilitating effects of Alzheimer’s and Down syndrome, a new study reveals. The research, carried out in Brazil, comes amid a growing swell of studies examining the health benefits of the hallucinogenic, psychoactive drug. Most investigations have focused on how an …

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The sugar industry paid scientists to demonize fats in food

Sugar industry paid scientists demonize fats food

In the 1960s, the sugar industry funded research that downplayed the risks of sugar and highlighted the hazards of fat, according to a newly published article in JAMA Internal Medicine. The article draws on internal documents to show that an industry group called the Sugar Research Foundation wanted to “refute” concerns about sugar’s …

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80 percent of US packaged foods may contain dangerous chemicals

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Roughly 80 percent of all the packaged foods sold within the United States contain chemicals outlawed in other parts of the world, Britain’s Daily Mail reports. Six common food additives found in an estimated 8-out-of-10 products sold in American stores are banned outside of the US, the Mail claims, putting …

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Assange to start Wikileaks party, run for Australian Senate

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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says he intends to run for a seat in the Australian Senate in next year’s federal election and will announce the formation of a WikiLeaks party. He made the announcement from the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Assange has been living in the embassy for the past …

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US drone strike deaths: 41 terrorists and 1,147 civilians

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While I haven’t covered the topic of drones very much as of late, it was a core topic at Liberty Blitzkrieg several years ago. The most recent, relevant piece I published on it was during the summer of 2013 and titled: The Truth About Drones. Here’s an excerpt: A lot of …

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Phoney Trump-Russia dossier was funded by Clinton camp and DNC

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A Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer is caught up in more fallout following a report that the Clinton campaign and the DNC funded the infamous Trump-Russia dossier alleging collusion. Another journalist claims he was misled by the lawyer. On Tuesday, the report alleged that Marc E. Elias, a lawyer representing the …

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Federal Reserve tests negative interest rates as Japan goes to -0.1%

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From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group In a shocking move last Friday, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) slashed its interest rate to -0.1%. However, the surprise doesn’t end there. Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said there will be “no limit” to the monetary easing, and that rates would be cut even …

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