Former Facebook Executive: “You Don’t Realize It, But You Are Being Programmed”

  Ex-Facebook exec hits out at social media, saying users are being ‘programmed’. There is no denying that the creation of social media has been one of the most revolutionary changes to our modern society. It has completely changed the way in which we communicate with each, other, the way we seek out information and has changed our general outlook on life. There is immense pressure on people to present a ‘perfect life’ on their social media profiles, Facebook in particular. The rise of Facebook has coincided with a stark rise in the number of anxiety and depression issues being reported in young people and it is thought that despite aiming to bring people together, social media makes people feel even more isolated and alone. The dark side of social media was touched on by former Facebook executive Chamath Palihapitiya who spoke at an event run by the Stamford […] Read More

Exploring Canadian Monsters: Manitoba

Manitoba has a special place in the world of monsters. The word “cryptid” was first used by Manitoba’s John E. Wall in 1983 to describe animals sought by cryptozoologists. The province of Manitoba stretches from the U.S. border of North Dakota in the south to the territory of Nunavut to the north. It is the eighth largest of Canada’s provinces and territories at 651,036 square kilometers, and boasts prairies, farmland, mountains, lakes, rivers and tundra. With 645 kilometers ofHudson Bay coastline to the northeast, Manitoba is the only Prairie Province (which includes Saskatchewan and Alberta) to have a saltwater border. The province was created in 1869 under much protest when the Métis (an aboriginal people who take their roots from First Nations and Europeans) rebelled against Canada for, among other things, installing an English-speaking governor over a French-speaking one. The nerve. An estimated 1.3 million people live in Manitoba. Famous residents include […] Read More

Elon Musk Just Exposed the Oil Oligarchy’s Control Over Mainstream Media In Epic Rant

Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla, Space-X, and Paypal, recently posted a series of Tweets pointing out how media organizations have an obvious incentive to give bad press to electric cars and alternative energy in general. Musk was unforgiving towards the mainstream media in his epic Twitter rant, calling them hypocrites and saying that the public no longer trusts them. He said that he doesn’t advertise for Tesla, his electric car company, which means that he contributes no money to the media, who depend on advertising dollars to stay in business. On the other hand, the traditional auto industry and fossil fuel companies are among the world’s largest advertisers, meaning that they are one of the primary industries keeping the mainstream media in business. When it comes time to cover a story that involves these industries, journalists, and media organizations have an obvious bias and conflict of […] Read More

Exploring Canadian Monsters: New Brunswick

New Brunswick, one of the smallest Canadian provinces at 72,908 square kilometers, is nestled on Canada’s eastern shores between Nova Scotia and Quebec, sitting atop the American state Maine like a pompadour. First Nations peoples have lived in the area since at least 7000 BCE. New Brunswick was also part of Vinland, a section of North America explored by the Vikings around 1000 CE. The province is covered by 15 million acres of forestland, more than 60 rivers, and boasts the Bay of Fundy where tourists flock to watch whales. New Brunswick’s Saint John was the first incorporated city in Canada. Famous people from New Brunswick include two Fathers of Confederation, Peter Mitchell and Samuel Leonard Tilley, founders of Canada’s oldest candy company Gilbert and James Ganong, actors Walter Pidgeon and Donald Sutherland, father of Canadian poetry Sir Charles G. D. Roberts, and Brenda Robertson, the first woman elected to […] Read More

The Crown of England is Owned and Operated by the Vatican — They Control 1.2 Billion ‘Slaves’

The Vatican is one of the most powerful corporations in the world. It is powerful because it controls the Crown of England and nearly every church in the world, especially Catholic churches. Furthermore, the Vatican operates under Roman law and controls most of the Western courts and some Eastern courts. In the USA today, nearly every U.S. court is controlled by the Crown Temple, a corporation controlled by the Vatican. This is why there is always a Crown agent in the courtroom during a trial. Any country that has Crown agents running its legal system is controlled by the Vatican/Rome to a large degree. This means that the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, and “countries” that are operating under the Western legal system are all Roman “colonies”. The Vatican is a religious corporation run by religious leaders who are loyal to the Roman Empire. In other words, Rome […] Read More

43 Outrageous Facts Most People Don’t Know About the World Around Them

Once you go down the rabbit hole, you will discover things that most people don’t know. Here are 43 outrageous facts that most people are clueless about. 1. The IRS is not a U.S. Government Agency. It is an Agency of the IMF. (Diversified Metal Products v. IRS et al. CV-93-405E-EJE U.S.D.C.D.I., Public Law 94-564, Senate Report 94-1148 pg. 5967, Reorganization Plan No. 26, Public Law 102-391.) 2. The IMF is an Agency of the UN. (Blacks Law Dictionary 6th Ed. Pg. 816) 3. The U.S. Has not had a Treasury since 1921. (41 Stat. Ch.214 pg. 654) 4. The U.S. Treasury is now the IMF. (Presidential Documents Volume 29-No.4 pg. 113, 22 U.S.C. 285-288) 5. The United States does not have any employees because there is no longer a United States. No more reorganizations. After over 200 years of operating under bankruptcy its finally over. (Executive Order 12803) […] Read More

Grassley Sends Letter to DOJ Demanding Unredacted Rosenstein Memo Detailing Mueller’s Scope

by Cristina Laila  May 18, 2018 Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) sent a letter to the Justice Department Friday demanding Rosenstein’s unredacted memo detailing Mueller’s scope. In Chairman Grassley’s letter to the DOJ, he noted Mueller’s team had just given Rosenstein’s memo to Judge Ellis therefore the Senate Judiciary Committee should be permitted to review the document. Grassley also criticized the time frame in which the memo was penned by Rosenstein–three months after Mueller was appointed. It’s also important to note that the FBI raided Paul Manafort’s home with guns drawn, several days before Rosenstein wrote his August 2nd memo. It is no surprise then that a federal judge in a May 8, 2018 hearing in the Eastern District of Virginia expressed some skepticism about a heavily redacted August 2017 memorandum that was drafted three months after you issued the Order appointing Robert Mueller as Special Counsel, and that […] Read More

Russian-American Lobbyist at Infamous Trump Tower Meeting With Don Jr. Knew Hillary Clinton

by Cristina Laila May 18, 2018 Hillary Clinton, Russian-American lobbyist Rinat Akhmetshin According to a newly released transcript of a testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee, Rinat Akhmetshin, a Russian-American lobbyist, knew Hillary Clinton and had contacts with her associates. Akhmetshin also expressed his contempt for Donald Trump and his family. Chuck Ross of The Daily Caller reported: The Russian-American lobbyist who attended the infamous Trump Tower meeting had contacts with members of Hillary Clinton’s inner circle and knew Clinton herself, he told the Senate Judiciary Committee in 2017. “I knew [Clinton]; I knew some people who worked on her campaign,” the lobbyist, Rinat Akhmetshin, told the Senate Judiciary Committee in closed-door testimony on Nov. 14. Akhmetshin, a former Soviet military intelligence officer, also said his attorney, Edward Lieberman, knows Clinton well. Lieberman’s late wife, Evelyn Lieberman, was a close confidante of Clinton’s. At one point, Akhmetshin said he […] Read More

Evidence Suggests America’s Foster Care System Is A Front For Child Sex Trafficking

As much as no one wants to talk about it, it’s important that we do. Unfortunately the sad reality is that child sex-trafficking is an epidemic in this day and age. While many people would consider this crime as bad as homicide, more often than not, we as a society are turning a blind eye to this issue. In fact, I’m curious to see how many hits this article receives as this topic tends to fall under the, “don’t ask, don’t tell” category, despite the fact that its a growing industry, the mainstream media remains largely silent. Yes, children are being drugged, kidnapped, and sold by actual pimps in exchange for sex — let that sink in for a moment. The fact of the matter is that turning a blind eye to this issue will never make it go away, despite how much we wish it would. What makes […] Read More

Secrets of Alchemists’ 600-Year-Old Textbook Hidden in Strange Stains and Grime

The half-magic, half-science practice of Alchemy is still shrouded in mystery. Far from merely an obsessive quest to transmute lead in gold, alchemy was an old and complex school of study that laid much of the foundation for the modern fields of chemistry and medicine. In 2014, the Science History Institute (then called the Chemical Heritage Foundation) acquired an extensive collection of alchemical tomes from a private collector, including a 600-year-old leather-bound book titled (in quintessential medieval wizard style) Recipes and Extracts on Alchemy, Medicine, Metal-Working, Cosmetics, Veterinary Science, Agriculture, Wine-Making, and Other Subjects, or “the Harry Potter book” as it’s referred to at the SHI. It’s an alchemy textbook, with gold nails driven into the cover in the shape of a six pointed star. Written in Latin by an Italian alchemist between 1425 and 1450 C.E.,  it includes helpful instruction on how to make a dying horse appear well-fed, healthy, and […] Read More

The Mystery of Sweden’s Bizarre Mass Disappearance

Mysterious disappearances come in many forms, and one very baffling type is that of mass disappearances, in which more than one person goes missing at the same time, often vanishing into thin air to leave searchers scrabbling for answers that may never come. One very strange such case of a mass vanishing happened in the country of Sweden, and which involves a series of strange events that have left investigators struggling to connect the dots ever since. There was nothing particularly remarkable about the day of July 29, 1965 when it began in the city of Gothenburg, Sweden other than all of the rain. People went out about their business as usual, including three friends by the names of Gay Karlsson, Jan Olof Dahlsjö, and Kjell Ake Johansson who worked at the local shipyards. Yet at some point during the day things took a turn for the strange when […] Read More

How You Were Tricked to Live in the Land of the Legally Dead

This article was first published on WakingTimes.com. The article below is the updated version. by Pao Chang, author of EsotericKnowledge.me The current reality of man is heavily controlled by words. As a result of that, words play a big role in shaping the reality and culture of man. Besides shaping the reality and culture of man, words also play an important role in trade. Some of the most important words used in the business of trading goods and services are related to the name. Your name plays a very important role in your life because it allows others to identify you and communicate with you. Furthermore, it allows you to operate in the realm of commerce and fiction, making it easier for you to trade goods and services with people not living close to you. Having a name can be a wonderful thing but if you do not know […] Read More

Precog Crime Fighting: The A.I. Approach vs the PSI Approach

Do we live in dangerous times? It depends who you ask: To a neo-Hobbesian like Steven Pinker we’ve never lived more safely in all of human history,  but survivors of mass shootings might beg to differ though… One thing is for sure, and that is the approach to police work has radically changed in the last decades, thanks to modern technology. We have filled our streets with surveillance cameras which will soon be enabled with face-recognition capabilities. And DNA-testing of evidence gathered at crime scenes is even helping find culprits who might have walked free not too long ago. All of these tools are useful after a crime has been committed, but the ultimate holy grail of crime fighting is to prevent the act before it even happens. Sometimes that can be accomplished through clever investigation that prevents a plot involving several delinquents who have clumsily left a trail […] Read More