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But with Obamacare now under threat from Republicans, Democrats are back on the offensive. A women was sexually assaulted by another passenger two years ago. Police on Friday charged and arrested a year-old. A lawyer representing Sgt. Legal teams for Inzola Group Inc. The developer alleges the City treated its bid for a major downtown expansion project unfairly, while the City said it was disqualified for good reason. The girls are now stuck in Germany. Toronto police are asking the public for assistance in locating a man wanted in a sexual assault investigation near Cumberland Street and Bay Street.

J was the subject of a month-long rescue effort by an international team of scientists. The councillor says two candidates in the race echo substantial parts of her platform. Risk of measles exposure confirmed at Vancouver music festival, restaurant and transit last weekend.

Workers continue to pump water out of a Honolulu dam after heavy rains prompted an evacuation warning. President Donald Trump has never been a big fan of former Secretary of State John Kerry, accusing him of cluelessly negotiating the Iran nuclear deal and surrendering American Hurricane Florence already has inundated coastal streets with ocean water and left tens of thousands without power, and more is to come.

A mother and baby killed when a tree smashed into their house are among four deaths caused by Hurricane Florence. Slow-moving storm batters North Carolina city with wind and rain; Leland Vittert reports. A new report says a firefighter battling the largest wildfire in California history was killed last month when thousands of gallons of flame-suppressing liquid were dropped from a It's about the water, not the wind, with Hurricane Florence making an extended stay along the North Carolina coast.

To develop an understanding of the bigger picture behind all of this, click here. There are no magic bullets in the fight against cancer: If there were a magic bullet, though, it might be something like dichloroacetate, or DCA, a drug that kills cancer cells by exploiting a fundamental weakness found in a wide range of solid tumors.

So far, though, it kills them just in test tubes and in rats infected with human cancer cells; it has never been tested against cancer in living human beings. Also, it's a small molecule that might be able to cross the blood-brain barrier to reach otherwise intractable brain tumors.

It acts in the body to promote the activity of the mitochondria. Researchers have assumed that the mitochondria in cancer cells were irreparably damaged. But Michelakis wondered if that was really true. With his colleagues he used DCA to turn back on the mitochondria in cancer cells—which promptly died. One of the great things about DCA is that it's a simple compound, in the public domain, and could be produced for pennies a dose.

But that's also a problem, because big drug companies are unlikely to spend a billion dollars or so on large-scale clinical trials for a compound they can't patent. For a follow-up by Dr. Michelakis with promising results, click here and watch a minute video at this link. For the DCA website, click here. Thank you Newsweek for this important article.

Why haven't any other mass media reported this major story? Why aren't many millions of dollars being poured into research? Notice even Newsweek acknowledges the drug companies are not interested in finding a cure for cancer if they can't make a profit from it. Some suspect the drug companies have even suppressed cancer cures found in the past. For one amazing example of this, click here. The man behind the latest YouTube sensation has spoken out for the first time about his global cuddling controversy.

Serial hugger Juan Mann describes the free hugs he hands out His cuddling campaign received an international dose of publicity today, after a clip showing his public displays of affection won a coveted front page spot on the video sharing website. An American television audience of millions also watched him at work, when the video was broadcast on the prime-time breakfast program Good Morning America yesterday. Today, the hugger was at it again, brandishing his "free hugs" sign in the busy pedestrian thoroughfare, and having quite a few people take him up on his offer.

Demands for a halt to the hugs petered out shortly after, and the end of the clip shows Mann hugging an official. City worker Elly Mitchell, who handed out a few free hugs on her lunch break today, said she was inspired to organise [an] event after seeing the video online. If you haven't seen this powerfully inspiring four-minute video clip, join the over 10 million who have by clicking here. The free hugs movement is rapidly spreading around the world!

Click here and here to see more. For several other short, deeply inspiring videos, click here. A newly declassified document gives a fascinating glimpse into the US military's plans for "information operations".

The declassified document is called "Information Operations Roadmap". Officials in the Pentagon wrote it in The Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, signed it.

The operations described in the document include a surprising range of military activities: The military's psychological operations, or Psyops , is finding its way onto the computer and television screens of ordinary Americans. Strategy should be based on the premise that the Department [of Defense] will 'fight the net' as it would an enemy weapons system," it reads. The document recommends that the United States should seek the ability to "provide maximum control of the entire electromagnetic spectrum".

US forces should be able to "disrupt or destroy the full spectrum of globally emerging communications systems, sensors, and weapons systems dependent on the electromagnetic spectrum". The fact that the "Information Operations Roadmap" is approved by the Secretary of Defense suggests that these plans are taken very seriously indeed in the Pentagon. For other revealing news articles on government corruption, click here.

Bush and John Kerry were both members of the secret organization. It was in fact a reaction to a secret society, the Masons. Founder William Huntington Russell thought of his little enclave as sort of anti-Masons and as a home for the wealthy and the powerful Each year, 15 young undergraduate seniors are tapped for membership.

New members, the neophytes, are expected to do things like lie in coffins, wrestle in mud, kiss a skull, and confess their sexual histories in front of the group to bond themselves together. There are a lot of [famous] Bonesmen Buckley; Averell Harriman, long-time governor of New York. And then there are the presidents: Many have claimed that secret societies have not had much influence on world politics.

This article and videos raises many serious questions about this. For those interested in exploring reliable information covering the big picture of how and why these secret societies are using government-sponsored mind control programs to achieve their agenda, click here.

And for other revealing media news articles on powerful secret societies, click here. Three of the alleged hijackers listed their address on drivers licenses and car registrations as the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla. Navy Aviation," according to a high-ranking U.

Another of the alleged hijackers may have been trained in strategy and tactics at the Air War College in Montgomery, Ala. The five men were on a list of 19 people identified as hijackers by the FBI on [September 14].

The three foreign nationals training in Pensacola appear to be Saeed Alghamdi and Ahmad Alnami, who were among the four men who allegedly commandeered United Airlines Flight That flight [ended in] rural Pennsylvania. The third man who may have trained in Pensacola, Ahmed Alghamdi, allegedly helped highjack United Airlines Flight 75, which hit the south tower of the World Trade Center.

Military records show that the three used as their address 10 Radford Boulevard, a base roadway on which residences for foreign-military flight trainees are located.

For more on this vitally important news, see this Washington Post news article and this Los Angeles Times news article. We have called you together to inform you that we are going to overthrow the United States government. At least the voice sounds amazingly like him. But it is not Steiner.

PSYOPS , as the military calls it, seek to exploit human vulnerabilities in enemy governments, militaries and populations to pursue national and battlefield objectives. Covert operators kicked around the idea of creating a computer-faked videotape of Saddam Hussein crying or showing other such manly weaknesses, or in some sexually compromising situation.

The nascent plan was for the tapes to be flooded into Iraq and the Arab world. The tape war never proceeded What if the U. According to a military physicist given the task of looking into the hologram idea, the feasibility had been established of projecting large, three-dimensional objects that appeared to float in the air.

The "Holographic Projector" is described in a classified Air Force document as a system to "project information power from space If the above link fails, click here. If you want to understand some of the many hidden capabilities of the U. Watch this video to see how easily faces can be manipulated on video. For other revealing news articles on the use of these "nonlethal" weapons, click here.

The Central Intelligence Agency conducted a year program to find ways to "control human behavior" through the use of chemical, biological and radiological material, according to agency documents made public today by John Marks.

Marks distributed 20 documents that described the following incidents, among others: In , the C. A letter from an unnamed C. In , two Russian agents who were "suspected of being doubled" were interrogated using "narcohypnotic" methods.

The two men were given sodium pentothal and a stimulant. One interrogation produced a "remarkable" regression, the papers said, during which "the subject actually relived certain past activities of his life. The subject totally accepted Mr. Watch a one-minute video clip showing Congressional testimony on a dart gun which causes a heart attack without leaving any evidence. Explore further reliable, verifiable information suggesting a major cover-up of government mind control programs.

Read other revealing news articles on mind control. A posthypnotic of the night before pointed finger, you will sleep was enacted. Misses [deleted] and [deleted] immediately progressed to a deep hypnotic state with no further suggestion. Miss [deleted] was then instructed having previously expressed a fear of firearms in any fashion that she would use every method at her disposal to awaken Miss [deleted] now in a deep hypnotic sleep and failing this, she would pick up a pistol nearby and fire it at Miss [deleted].

Miss [deleted] carried out these suggestions to the letter including firing the unloaded gun at [deleted] and then proceeding to fall into a deep sleep. Both were awakened and expressed complete amnesia for the entire sequence. Miss [deleted] was again handed the gun, which she refused in an awakened state to pick up or accept from the operator.

She expressed absolute denial that the foregoing sequence had happened. To verify the statement in the text, make a FOIA Freedom of Information Act request as described here , or directly view a scanned copy online here. To access thousands of pages of declassified CIA mind control documents online, click here. For lots more reliable information on this crucial topic, click here.

For many revealing news articles on mind control, click here. Its existence was first reported by The New York Times last week.

They also observed trends among the aircrafts, including lack of flight surfaces on the objects and extreme maneuverability. Despite Pentagon funding running out in , Elizondo oversaw UFO work for another five years before resigning in October out of frustration with the secrecy of the investigations. He had pushed for videos of the possible alien sightings to be made public so people could see the footage. Elizondo is one of several former government officials now employed by To the Stars Academy for Arts and Sciences, which claims it will "advance research into unexplained phenomena and develop related technology.

Many dozens of top officials have spoken openly of their personal involvement in the UFO cover-up, yet the media has failed to make this headlines until now. Explore our full index to revealing excerpts of key major media news articles on several dozen engaging topics. And don't miss amazing excerpts from 20 of the most revealing news articles ever published.

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