How ‘Elite’ Bloodlines and Secret Societies Are Controlling the World

In the West, we’ve all been spoon fed the idea that we are free citizens of sovereign countries, where our democratically elected governments rule according to the peoples’ wishes. If that’s not achieved, it’s usually explained as being due to misfortunes such as crises, security threats or wars, or the stupidity of our governments. The few people that doubt these explanations, or even suspect hidden hands behind the occurrences of our time or the official narrative of our history, are easily dismissed as conspiracy nuts. Our Rulers in Ancient Times For sure, there were no hidden hands when humanity was in its “pre-history,” predating our “real history” as seen by most. For about 200,000 years our ancestors lived in small nomadic communities, sharing the food obtained by hunting and gathering. Problems, plans and rules were settled in probably long discussions, where the opinions were usually harmonised until a consensus […] Read More

Cop Sneaks Into Bed With 4-Year-Old Girl

Ontario, Canada — If you woke to find someone in your four-year-old daughter’s bedroom who refused to identify themselves to you or explain their presence in your house, what would you do? In the case of Cheryl Yurkowski — who lives in Ontario, Canada — you attempt to defend your child, your home, and yourself. Cheryl’s ordeal began after having an argument with her husband and his mother at a restaurant. Tired from the disagreement and wishing to avoid further conflict with the intoxicated man, she left separately to go home and go to bed. Not realizing his wife had already arrived at home and was asleep, Cheryl’s husband began yelling on a phone call — but his raised voice concerned neighbors, who then summoned the Kawartha Lakes Police. Cheryl explained what happened next, from her perspective, in a self-made video and subsequent interview with Larken Rose: “I woke […] Read More

Officer Firing at Fleeing Vehicle Misses Driver, Kills Female Passenger and Her Dog Instead

El Cajon, CA — In yet another tragic case of an officer fearing for his life from a fleeing car, a woman and a dog have been killed. Early Saturday morning, police spotted a stolen red Toyota and pulled over the vehicle. Inside the car were three men, a woman and a dog. As the officer approached the vehicle, it sped off before he could get to them and led police on a high-speed chase. Eventually, the car was cornered in a cul-de-sac and came to a halt. As the officer exited his vehicle, according to the El Cahon Police Department, the driver then sped toward the officer. ‘Fearing for his life,’ the officer fired four rounds into the vehicle. The driver was not hit, which means that if he actually intended to run over the officer, that he could have done so. However, the passenger in the vehicle, […] Read More

SWAT Team Raids Innocent Woman’s Home, Terrorize & Mock Her, Threaten to Kill Her Dogs

Minot, ND – In a case of mistaken identity, SWAT officers issued a no-knock search warrant on Sunday, kicking down an innocent woman’s door and holding her at gunpoint. Instead of apologizing for their mistake, the officers insulted her and threatened to kill her dogs. While lying in her bed on Sunday afternoon, Lynette Bintliff heard a SWAT team breaking down her door before storming her apartment with their guns aimed at her. “Just the door got kicked open really loud and all I saw was a gun, one of those long-barreled guns. A storm of SWAT team members came running in and they had their guns pointed at me and one of them tackled and handcuffed me,” Bintliff told KFYR on Tuesday. With no criminal record and having moved into the apartment two months earlier, Bintliff repeatedly attempted to tell the officers that they had apprehended the wrong […] Read More

Mom Calls 911 for Mental Help With Her Son, Cops Show Up, Tase Him to Death While He’s Restrained

The parents maintain that the deputies were never in danger and that their son was not armed. Coweta County, GA—On November 20, sheriff deputies in Coweta County, Georgia were summoned to help subdue a man having a psychotic breakdown. They ended up tasing him to death. Chase Sherman, 32, his fiancée, and his parents, Kevin and Mary Ann Sherman, were returning from a vacation. During a layover at the Hartsfield-Jackson airport in Atlanta, Sherman started having hallucinations and acting agitated. According to his father, he “got nervous … about planes crashing, and he just didn’t feel comfortable on a plane…. He thought nobody recognized him. I said, ‘Chase, we’re fine. We’re going to get a car and drive home.’ He didn’t know where he was at.” They rented a car to drive the rest of the way to their home in Florida.  Sherman’s fiancée told his parents that he may […] Read More

Cops Convicted of Conspiracy for Saying Man in Video with Hands Up ‘Went for My Gun’

Newark, N.J. — In 2012, Marcus Jeter was not breaking any laws, had no outstanding warrants, and had harmed no one when he was stopped by Bloomfield police officers Sean Courter and Orlando Trinidad. Courter, who made the initial stop, was quickly joined by Trinidad, who came raging in like a bat out of hell, slamming his car into Jeter’s car. During the stop, Jeter complied with every order the officers gave him, including keeping his hands up the entire time. Despite his compliance, however, Courter and Trinidad smashed in Jeter’s windows and dragged him from the car. Jeter was charged with resisting arrest, aggravated assault and other offenses based on video from one of the officers’ dashboard cameras. However, Jeter acquired a second police dashcam video through an open records request. Combined, the videos showed him with his hands in the air for virtually the entire encounter, according to […] Read More

On Police and Stolen Native Lives: A Lakota Mother Speaks

In Castaway’s case, the voices of those demanding justice have been more widely heard On July 12, 2015, Paul Castaway was shot and killed by Denver police while holding a knife to his own throat. The police initially claimed that Castaway, a mentally ill Indigenous man, had charged at them with a knife after stabbing his own mother in the neck. Surveillance footage would later contradict those claims and support the accounts of Castaway’s family and other witnesses, who have maintained that Castaway menaced no one but himself with the knife in his hand, and never charged police. Police later amended their version of events, acknowledging that Castaway never attacked his mother. Castaway’s death, the dishonesty of officials and the local prosecutor’s refusal to press charges are not, in and of themselves, extraordinary circumstances. Native people in the United States are statistically more likely to be killed by police […] Read More

Alabama Cop Gets SHUT DOWN When He Tried To Stop Man For ‘Jogging While Black’

An Alabama police officer recently got shut down when he tried to detain an African American man for doing nothing other than jogging. The man, Corey Dickerson, recorded the interaction, where he was essentially being harassed because of his ethnicity. Dickerson, was out of breath and resting when a police cruiser pulled up. The officer asked where he was going, even though the officer had no reason to suspect him of having committed any crime, according to The Free Thought Project. “You look like you been running,” the police officer said. “Where you been running from?” Dickerson admitted that he was running. “Just around,” and “nowhere in particular.” The officer asks if Dickerson had identification on him. He acknowledged that he did, but Dickerson knew his rights. “Well, looks like I’m about to get harassed,” he told the officer. He then notified the officer that he was live streaming […] Read More

Cop Charged with Felony After Video Shows Him Smashing in Suspect’s Face with a Shotgun

Owasso, OK — Owasso police officer, Mike Denton, was fired in 2011 after body cam and surveillance footage showed him stomping on a handcuffed man’s head and then repeatedly elbowing him in the face. The victim was Brian Spalding. Spalding’s arrest was caught on all of the officer’s lapel cams and paints a clear picture of excessive force, justifying the city’s response of firing Denton. However, the Fraternal Order of Police, who argued that Denton was simply “protecting himself” by stomping on a man’s head, nearly breaking both of his arms, and elbowing him. The FOP then filed a grievance which was heard by federal mediator Edward Valverde in March of 2012. On Sept 22, 2014, keeping his rank and position, and back pay, Denton was reinstated. “He’s put back into the exact same role that he left under, which means that he is a lieutenant over a patrol shift,” Police Chief Scott […] Read More