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by No Longer Allowing the Indoctrination of Our Children Into the Emerging 'Beast System'? Remember the Words of

September 15, 2015

All News Pipeline was recently sent an email that contained a very strange warning that was recently given out by a private school near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ahead of the Pope's visit next week in which the date of September 18th was given.

After reading this letter, what do you think? The letter begins: "We are living in very difficult times in this world." Why do they specifically mention September 18th? Much more including a statement from this concerned parent and several more pictures and videos below.

allvoices.com

by Herbert Dyer, Jr.

December 28, 2012

Dr. Cornel West is consistent, if nothing else. But, that's a good thing, I think, especially if one "professes" to be a truth seeker and truth teller.

On a recent episode of "The Smiley & West Show" the Princeton professor berated President Obama for his apparently heartfelt, tearful response to the mass shooting and bloodbath at Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown, Conn., while virtually downplaying and, indeed, ignoring the now routine killings of just as many, and more, children just blocks from Obama's own doorstep in Chicago. Professor West went further than ever before this time in his criticism of the president.

allvoices.com

by Dava Castillo

October 26, 2011

California is taking the lead to ban the death penalty. Supporters of the initiative include the American Civil Liberties Union, the Office of Social Ministry for the Catholic Diocese, NAACP and some retired judges, reported in Sign In San Diego.

The ban on the death penalty would be replaced by life in prison if the initiative passes in California, and there is still the possibility of wrongful convictions; however, if like Mr. House a person is subsequently cleared, they can be released. The question still remains about what we owe the wrongfully convicted and can someone like Mr. House ever be adequately compensated.

alternative-doctor.com

May 15, 2012

Disclaimer: Any information obtained here is not to be construed as medical OR legal advice. The decision to vaccinate and how you implement that decision is yours and yours alone.

1. Disease decline, 2. Disease dangers, 3. Vaccine safety, 4. Governments, 5. Vaccination self-policing, 6. Vaccine ingredients, 7. Contaminants, 8. Medical politics, 9. Vaccine failure, 10. Disease theory, 11. Long term effects, 12. Vaccine costs, 13. Trust and conflict of interest, 14. Vaccine victims treatment, 15. Many medical doctors advise against vaccines, 16. Vaccination as sacrament...

alternativenewsnetwork.net

by Satya Dev

September 14, 2017

In Egypt, a team of nine scientists from prestigious Egyptian medical schools and universities have found that one in every 50 children in America have metabolic brain disease, and it could be a result of the mercury contained in vaccines.

Mercury exposure is measured by examining children's urinary porphyrins (excreted organic compounds that are biomarkers for mercury toxicity). The presence of mercury within blood and urine exploits the well-known link with vaccines and metabolic brain disease (autism), but the severity of autism is closely linked to the levels of exposure to this harmful neurotoxin.

AlterNet

by Victor Navasky

September 2, 2004

The reading of the U.S. Constitution turns out to be a rousing crowd pleaser.

The last time I read the U.S. Constitution all the way through was almost fifty years ago, when I was a student at Swarthmore College. My roommate Marc Merson and I were at work on a one-act play (United We Stood); its premise was that an English literature professor had stumbled on the fact that the founding fathers had inadvertently signed the wrong document.

alternet.org

by Pratap Chatterjee

October 8, 2013

Big Bro is watching you. Inside your mobile phone and hidden behind your web browser are little known software products marketed by contractors to the government that can follow you around anywhere. No longer the fantasies of conspiracy theorist.

These technologies are routinely installed in all of our data devices by companies that sell them to Washington for a profit. That's not how they're marketing them to us, of course. No, the message is much more seductive: Data, Silicon Valley is fond of saying, is the new oil. And the Valley's message is clear enough: we can turn your digital information into fuel for pleasure and profits -- if you just give us access to your location, your correspondence, your history, and the entertainment that you like. Ever played Farmville? Checked into Foursquare? Listened to music on Pandora?

alternet.org

July 17, 2013

Texas officer with a history of ignoring orders went in with his gun drawn.

A police officer for a Texas school district may have used excessive force in fatally shooting a teenager who fled the scene of a fistfight, a federal judge ruled. Denys Lopez Moreno sued Officer Daniel Alvarado, Police Chief John Page and the Northside Independent School District in September 2011 for the death of her 14-year-old son, Derek Lopez.

alternet.org

by Natasha Lennard

December 29, 2012

Police were called when a 16-year-old made no threats but drew what may or may not have been weapons in a notebook.

This month in our Orwellian nightmares come true, a 16-year-old high schooler in Egg Harbor City, NJ, was arrested after doodling in his notebook what may have been either weapons or a magic hand with flames coming off it, or perhaps something else. Concerned by the boy's notebook, a Cedar Creek High School staff member called the local police, who searched the school and the teen's home with sniffer dogs.

alternet.org

by Alex Kane

October 8, 2012

Friends and family are demanding answers as to why the student, 18-year-old Gil Collar, was shot by police.

A freshman student at the University of Alabama was shot and killed by police early Saturday morning, and friends and family are demanding answers as to why he was killed. The student, 18-year-old Gil Collar was killed after he was naked and banging his head on windows at police headquarters. Collar, a high school wrestler, reportedly "assumed a 'fighting stance' and chased an officer before being shot." Collar was unarmed.

      

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