We hear a lot about “election integrity” or lack thereof, particularly around the issues of counting the vote and the ballot box. But the truth is that elections are more likely to be stolen via search engine manipulation effects (SEME).
What is SEME?
SEME is an abbreviation for the search engine manipulation effect. In a series of randomized controlled experiments, it has been shown that more than 20% of undecided voters can be manipulated into voting one way or the other, by simply manipulating the rankings of search engine results.
Continue reading “Google has Usurped Democracy: Across the Globe, Fair Elections No Longer Exist. – Robert W. Malone MD 2/13/24”
A U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) risk assessor admitted fluoride is neurotoxic at relatively low levels and the agency’s key expert witness on fluoride’s neurotoxicity conceded flaws in his own study as the landmark fluoride trial drew to a close on Tuesday.
Continue reading “EPA’s Final Witnesses Concede Fluoride’s Harm, Admit to Flaws in Key Study as Trial Closes – Brenda Baletti, Ph.D. 2/14/24”
During Congressional hearings last spring, Gil Cisneros, then-Under Secretary for Military Readiness, announced that the Pentagon was closing its newly formed Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion within its K-12 school system and reassigning its controversial DEI chief after a ten-month internal investigation.
Continue reading “Pentagon Secretly Institutionalized DEI In Its K-12 Public Schools – Adam Andrzejewski 2/8/24”
Leaks from within CNN reveal that for months its executives have been actively imposing an editorial line designed to reinforce Israel’s framing of events in Gaza, to the point of obscuring atrocities by the Israeli military.
The dictates, say insiders, have resulted in senior staff refusing to accept assignments to the region “because they do not believe they will be free to tell the whole story”. Others suspect they are being kept away by editors who fear they will fight the restrictions.
Continue reading “CNN’s Israel Bias has Been Laid Bare. but CNN is the Norm, not the Exception – Jonathan Cook 2/12/24”
As our workplaces continue to integrate with digital technology, employee privacy might be at a higher risk than ever before. Significant American corporations, like Walmart, Delta Air Lines, T-Mobile, Chevron, and Starbucks, have reportedly enlisted the services of the Ohio-based tech startup, Aware. This firm uses artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze employee communications through popular apps such as Slack, Microsoft Teams, and Zoom. The invasion of worker privacy happening is no longer mere conjecture.
Continue reading “AI Is Inflaming Workplace Surveillance – Ken Macon 2/14/23”
Under a repressive new act, British nationals could face prison for undermining London’s national security line. Intended to destroy WikiLeaks and others exposing war crimes, the law is a direct threat to critical national security journalism.
Continue reading “UK Steps Up War on Whistleblower Journalism with new National Security Act – Kit Klarenberg 2/9/24”
With a move that could be seen as limiting the spread of diverse political views, Meta, the parent company of popular social media platforms, has revealed a strategy that aims to diminish the circulation of political content on its apps.
Continue reading “Instagram and Threads To Restrict All Political Speech By Default – Christina Maas 2/12/24”
The Guardian reveals CNN’s pro-Israel bias is no accident, but a conscious and complex effort directed from the very top of the network.
The British Guardian has just published an extraordinary, thorough confirmation of what we already suspected — that CNN’s bias about reporting Israel’s war on Gaza is no accident, but a conscious and complex policy directed from the very top of the network.
Continue reading “The ‘Guardian’ Exposes how CNN Slants the Gaza News – James North 2/4/24”
Russia is advancing towards a China-like extensive surveillance system. The Perm region is the first to mandate that private video camera owners must integrate their devices into a regional surveillance network, a practice poised to be replicated nationwide.
The initiative, driven by a decree from Perm’s Governor Dmitry Makhonin, took effect on January 25. This move aligns with President Vladimir Putin’s martial law declaration in Ukraine’s occupied territories in October 2022, granting regional governors augmented powers to ensure the “security” of their areas….
The day is growing ever closer when Washington may have to add to its agenda with Beijing a nettlesome item it has long sought to avoid: the increasingly likely fact that China let the SARS2 virus escape from the Wuhan lab where it was concocted, setting off the Covid-19 pandemic that killed some 7 million people globally and wrought untold economic havoc.
New documents may explain why no one has been able to find the SARS2 virus (aka SARS-CoV-2) infesting a colony of bats, from which it might have jumped to people. The reason would be that the virus has never existed in the natural world. Documents obtained by U.S. Right to Know, a health advocacy group, provide a recipe for assembling SARS-type viruses from six synthetic pieces of DNA designed to be a consensus sequence—the genetically most infectious form—of viruses related to SARS1, the bat virus that caused the minor epidemic of 2002. The probative weight of the recipe is that prior independent evidence already pointed to SARS2 having just such a six-section structure.
Continue reading “New Documents Bolster Lab-Leak Hypothesis – Nicholas Wade 1/25/24”
The moment Kissinger’s last breath left his corpse, media commentators lost no time running out the gates, either singing songs of slavish praise about the “great liberal statesman” on one hand or composing devastating critiques of the bloodstained trail of tears Kissinger’s legacy left on the world.
I was beginning to think that nothing new or relevant could be said about the life of Sir Kissinger (he was made a Knight of the Order of St. Michael and St. George in 1995). But with the smell of Messianic fanaticism weighing heavily in the air of Jerusalem these days, I realized I was quite mistaken. In 2012, Kissinger said something quite curious that very few people have taken seriously, yet his statement opens the door to an important lesson about world history—and Kissinger’s peculiar life gives us a window into it.
Continue reading “Sir Henry Kissinger: Midwife to New Babylon – Matthew Ehret 12/23/23”
Journalist James O’Keefe uncovered a “shadowy network of secretive nonprofits” (some of which are funded by taxpayers) that are facilitating the invasion of illegals on the southern border.
O’Keefe said “Alita’s Angels” is a “brand-new nonprofit with no tax records on file” that operates inside an old Bank Building in the Arizona border town of Nogales.
Continue reading “Journalist Uncovers “Shadowy Network” Of NGOs Facilitating US Border Invasion – ZeroHedge 1/18/24″
Why is the U.S. mainstream hiding Netanyahu’s provocative statement, that Israel will permanently occupy everything “from the river to the sea?”
The other day Benjamin Netanyahu produced his most memorable statement since October 7. He said that his ultimate aim is that Israel will permanently occupy all the territory “from the river to the sea.” There is video of him saying it in Hebrew.
Continue reading “Netanyahu Just Said Israel will Permanently Occupy the Land ‘From the River to the Sea.’ The U.S. Media is Covering it up – James North 1/19/24”
The U.S. Senate Finance Committee, part of the legislative branch of the U.S. government, is investigating why Wall Street billionaire Leon Black gave sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein $158 million. But the Senate has made no mention of investigating the more than $100 million in unexplained money and property that former retailing magnate and billionaire Leslie Wexner gave to Epstein.
Continue reading “Three Branches of U.S. Government Have Kept the Secrets of Jeffrey Epstein’s Money Man, Leslie Wexner, Locked Up Tight – Pam Martens and Russ Martens 1/12/24”
A note explaining the retraction of the claim that Hamas militants had specific orders as to “which commander should rape which soldiers” indicates the publication censored itself at the behest of the Israeli government.
Continue reading “Washington Post Erases Israeli Minister’s Farfetched October 7 Rape Claim at his Request – Wyatt Reed 1/3/24”
Over the past week, more than a dozen of the biggest mainstream news outlets have published articles about the possibility of scandalous news breaking this week from the unsealing of documents in a federal court case involving the sex trafficker of minors, Jeffrey Epstein.
Continue reading “Mainstream Media Is Avoiding the Big Story on Jeffrey Epstein and Sealed Court Documents – Pam Martens and Russ Martens 1/3/24”
On Saturday, popular account Libs of TikTok announced its suspension from Facebook.
According to an email posted on X, in a statement, Facebook informed: “The Page Libs of TikTok has been disabled for going against our Community Standards. You cannot visit the Page and you won’t be able to add new people to the Page.” This was posted along with a link to the Community Standards page….
Mobile communications giant T-Mobile has on the low updated its terms of service to include fines if content runs afoul of its perceived violations of “hate speech and profanities.”
For now at least – this applies to marketing texts (application to person, A2P – commercial and enterprise service), rather than individual consumers. For example, businesses and campaigns emailing you will be subjected to this type of scrutiny – not messages you send to friends and family….
In addition to killing thousands of Palestinians in Gaza, Israel has been routinely attacking at least four other nations in the region: Iran, Yemen, Syria, and Lebanon. Why does the U.S. media keep the American public in the dark?
Continue reading “Israel is Provoking the U.S. into a Conflict with Iran, but the Media Ignores the Danger – James North 12/30/23”
Story at a Glance:
•SSRI antidepressants have a variety of horrendous side effects. These include sometimes causing the individual to become agitated, feeling they can’t be in their skin, turning psychotic, and occasionally becoming violently psychotic.
•During these psychoses, individuals can have out of body experiences where they commit lethal violence either to themselves or others.
•As lawsuits later showed, this violent behavior (and the frequent suicides that followed it) were observed throughout the SSRI clinical trials, but were covered up by the SSRI manufacturers and then the drug regulators (e.g., the FDA).
•Once the SSRIs entered the market, there has been a wave of SSRI suicides and unspeakable acts of violence.
•Sadly, the idea that SSRIs could cause any of this has always been viewed as a “conspiracy theory” or “mistaking correlation with causation” because very few are aware of the extensive evidence linking SSRIs to violent and psychotic behavior—despite it now being on the warning label of those drugs.
Continue reading “The Decades of Evidence That SSRI Antidepressants Cause Mass Shootings – A Midwestern Doctor 11/4/23”
Two weeks ago the Sunday New York Times Magazine published a long cover-story on thirty years of failed Middle East peace efforts between Israelis and Palestinians, a tragedy that resulted in the enormous bloodshed and destruction of the last couple of months. The discussion featured three Israeli and three Palestinian academics, moderated by staff writer Emily Bazelon, and the overall tone—for better or for worse—probably reflected the historical and ideological assumptions of the liberal Zionists who dominate the editorial leadership of the Times and most other major American media outlets.
Continue reading “American Pravda: The Nakba and the Holocaust – Ron Unz 12/11/23”
Rumble, the popular free speech video platform, is blocking access to its services in Brazil, rather than ban specific creators on its platform. This decision follows a contentious legal dispute with Brazilian authorities over content censorship demands.
Continue reading “Rumble Turns Off Access in Brazil, As It Challenges the Government’s Censorship Demands – Cindy Harper 12/22/23”
A massacre of protesters during the 2014 Maidan coup set the stage for the ouster of Ukraine’s elected president, Viktor Yanukovych. Now, an explosive trial in Kiev has produced evidence the killings were a false flag designed to trigger regime change.
Continue reading “Ukrainian Trial Demonstrates 2014 Maidan Massacre was False Flag – Kit Klarenberg 12/11/23”
Last May, the chairman and publisher of the New York Times, A.G. Sulzberger, wrote a twelve-thousand-word feature in the Columbia Journalism Review appealing to the importance of independent journalism and framing the Times as a news organization committed to this ideal.
Continue reading “The Dishonesty of the New York Times Revealed – Connor O’Keeffe 12/20/23”
In the run-up to the 2020 US presidential election, Big Tech engaged in unprecedented levels of election censorship, most notably by censoring the New York Post’s bombshell Hunter Biden laptop story just a few weeks before voters went to the polls.
And with the 2024 US presidential election less than a year away, both Google and its video sharing platform, YouTube, have confirmed that they plan to censor content they deem to be “harmful” in the run-up to the election.
Continue reading “Google Experiments with “Faster and More Adaptable” Censorship of “Harmful” Content Ahead of 2024 US Elections – Tom Parker 12/20/23″
The new Donald Tusk-led Polish government has been accused of engaging in “a barbaric attack on freedom of speech and journalistic independence” after seizing control of the state broadcaster TVP Info, taking several of its channels off the air, and taking further punitive actions against other state broadcasters.
Continue reading “Polish Government Takes Over State Broadcaster TVP Info, Takes Several Channels off Air – Tom Parker 12/22/23”
Learning how the sausage made is never easy. Disgust, horror, fascination are only some among the feelings we experience as we discover how many of our favorite foods are really made. But what about the songs and culture we consume? How often do we get to see how they’re really made?
Continue reading “Meet the Artists Behind the Artists: From the Doors and Crowley to Lady Gaga and Abramović – David Gosselin 12/16/23”
The TikTok account of a popular show hosted by journalist Glenn Greenwald was permanently banned, sparking debate over censorship practices on social media platforms. The account, primarily used for posting show clips, was banned for allegedly violating TikTok’s community guidelines, specifically the integrity and authenticity policy.
“Your account was permanently banned due to multiple violations of our community guidelines,” the notice from TikTok said, giving little detail about why.
“We could not get any kind of an answer on why it is that our account is banned, but we know that it’s permanently banned,” Greenwald said….
This article was coauthored with Ben Kinglsey
Picture a catastrophic oil spill environmental disaster. Imagine now that official minutes of meetings record that the Chief Executive Officer had received internal reports from the oil company’s own safety committee warning of safety risks, but had not shared those reports with the board. Imagine the CEO had then told the safety committee to stop writing reports and instead only to answer questions about safety when asked.
Continue reading “Press Silent on Shut Down of UK Government’s Ethics Committee – Molly Kingsley 12/12/23”
The U.S. government and Big Pharma have long suppressed evidence and dissent regarding unsafe, rushed vaccines, covering up injuries and disasters to maintain profits and vaccination programs. But social media is raising public awareness of vaccine injuries — and that may finally force accountability.
Continue reading “How Far Will the Government Go to Cover Up Vaccine Injuries? – Dr. Joseph Mercola 12/6/23”
“Trad Cath”: Traditionalist Catholicism is a movement encompassing members of the Catholic Church that emphasizes beliefs, practices, customs, traditions, liturgical forms, devotions and presentations of teaching associated with the Catholic Church before the Second Vatican Council (1962–65). It is very popular among young catholics, who believe in more traditional values.
Continue reading “The FBI Conducts Domestic Violent Extremism Investigations on TradCaths: House Report – Robert W. Malone MD 12/7/23”
Judicial Watch has come forward with newly acquired evidence of an intriguing alliance during the US 2020 election. The investigative body was able to obtain, via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) suit, a series of records demonstrating a comprehensive synergy between the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Information Security Agency (CISA) and a controversial entity, the Election Integrity Partnership (EIP).
Continue reading “Documents Show DHS Agency “Real-Time Narrative Tracking” of Social Media Posts in 2020 – Christina Maas 12/7/23″
There’s gathering contention over a newly-introduced California law that appears to be timed with the kick-off of presidential campaigns. The law, Assembly Bill 873, is touted by its supporters as a tool to help students differentiate between accurate, impartial information and opinionated “misinformation.” However, critics see it as yet another ploy by the state to undermine and mute non-mainstream media channels in the minds of young children.
Continue reading “Alarms Are Raised Over California Law Enforcing “Media Literacy” in Schools – Cindy Harper 12/8/23”
A new Washington Post report reveals Israel used white phosphorus in Lebanon that was manufactured in Louisiana and Arkansas.
A new exclusive from The Washington Post shows that US-made white phosphorus munitions were used by the Israeli military in Lebanon. The reporting team of William Christou, Alex Horton, and Meg Kelly uncovered three 155-millimeter artillery rounds fired into the Lebanon border town of Dheira.
Continue reading “Report: Israel Used U.S.-Supplied White Phosphorus in Lebanon Attack – Michael Arria 12/11/23”
A relative of newly-released Israeli captives has publicly accused the Israeli military of killing its own people and says Tel Aviv is blocking the victims’ families from speaking out.
In testimony delivered to Israel’s finance committee on December 3, Noam Dan, whose cousin’s husband remains in Hamas custody and who suffered the loss of two other family members in the hostilities, told legislators the Israeli military has killed its own.
Continue reading “Relative of Israeli Captives Confirms ‘3 Hostages Killed by Israeli Fire,’ Blasts Military – Wyatt Reed and Max Blumenthal 12/5/23”
In a dangerous precedent, the House of Representatives passed a controversial bill equating anti-Zionism with antisemitism. Pro-Israel lawmakers quickly followed with a bill to establish a congressional commission aimed at Palestine solidarity.
Continue reading “Two Dangerous Bills in Congress Take Aim at Palestine Solidarity – Mitchell Plitnick 12/6/23”