Corporations Save Billions As Americans Die Younger

Americans are dying younger despite our previous improvements in American life expectancy.  For companies who pay out on pensions this could be good news: If people don’t end up living as long as they were projected to just a few years ago, employers won’t have to pay them as much in pension and other lifelong retirement benefits.1 Due to the slight rise in the mortality rate, at least 12 large companies have reduced their estimates for how much they could owe retirees by a combined $9.7 billion. For instance, Lockheed Martin adjusted their “estimated retirement obligations”2 down by a total of around $1.6 billion for 2015 and 2016. Mortality trends are only a small piece of the calculation companies make when estimating what they’ll owe retirees and the fact that people are dying slightly younger won’t cure corporate America’s pension problems but the simple fact that companies are taking […] Read More

What You’ll Never Read About Virus-Research Fraud

Jon Rappoport, Guest THE RABBIT HOLE There are very few investigators on the planet who are interested in this subject. I am one of them. There is a reason why. In many articles, I’ve written about the shocking lack of logic in the curriculum of advanced centers of learning. When I attended college, I was fortunate to have a professor who taught logic, and taught it in a way that appealed to the minds of his students. In other words, for those of us who cared, we could not only absorb the subject matter, we could think with it; for example, we could approach an area of knowledge and track it back to its most basic premises. And then we could check those premises and see whether they were true and correct. If they were incorrect, we could then challenge many accepted notions that followed from those basic untruths. […] Read More

The couldn't give a XXXX FILES

Our own Sculley and Mulder mixed up in one Captain W E Paranoia this month investigates the Aids virus. Did it just happen or was it created in a lab ?. My father, Wing Commander Paranoia, used to say ‘you can’t enslave a free man, you can only kill him.’ Information is exactly the same, no attempts at imprisoning, restraining or gagging it will ever succeed. The more draconian the measures, the more hi tech the equipment used to impound it, the more channels will be found for it’s dissemination. Let’s not forget that the Net itself (probably one of the greatest information liberators we’ve invented) was created by intelligence and military forces bent on societal repression. Fears are rife through out the cyber community of increasing crackdowns on the information super highway, as the forces that be, like sick evil drooling vultures sharpen their knives and prepare to […] Read More

An Unsolved Mystery

The circumstances attending the sudden death of M. Delessert, inspector of the Police de Sûreté, seem to have made such an impression upon the Parisian authorities that they were recorded in unusual detail. Omitting all particulars except what are necessary to explain matters, we produce here the undoubtedly strange history. In the fall of 1861 there came to Paris a man who called himself Vic de Lassa, and was so inscribed upon his passports. He came from Vienna, and said he was a Hungarian, who owned estates on the borders of the Banat, not far from Zenta. He was a small man, aged thirty-five, with pale and mysterious face, long blonde hair, a vague, wandering blue eye, and a mouth of singular firmness. He dressed carelessly and unaffectedly, and spoke and talked without much empressement. His companion, presumably his wife, on the other hand, ten years younger than himself, […] Read More