You’ve just crossed over into… The Twilight Zone. Just kidding, we are already there. We’ve been there for a while now. The CNBC headline asked, “Could you fall in love with this robot?” and the outlet also called her “hot,” but the real question should be, “Can you see how all of those nightmarish sci-fi movies are about to come true in our lifetimes?”… although I guess the latter would have been an awfully long headline. Meet Sophia, a lifelike robot (partially based on Audrey Hepburn (supposedly) with “realistic” facial expressions and cameras for eyes that “jokes” about destroying humans (at least, I think it was supposed to come off as a joke). Dr. David Hanson of Hanson Robotics, developed Sophia, an android activated on April 19, 2015 that is considered to be one of the most advanced to date as Sophia can use the cameras in her eyes […]
Dinesh D’Souza, the director of the second most successful political documentary of all time, “2016: Obama’s America,” spoke at Amherst College regarding American exceptionalism.
By Stefan Molyneux When debt consumes a country and its financial system collapses – who will pay? Who will be held responsible for the bad decisions, the debt and the malinvestment? Throughout history, it is typically the young who are sacrificed for the sake of the older generation; young people are herded into the buzz saw of war and have their futures sold off through massive debts long before they escape the crib. As financial collapse looms above several major world economies – who will be held responsible when the bill comes due? Support Stefan here Related articles Re-incarnation: A Blessing or a Curse?
By Joshua Krause Many of us often wonder how our system of government became so dysfunctional. Theories abound as to why, but one thing is certain: No matter what we do, it rarely seems like the government is listening to us. If anything, when they do pass or repeal a law that the vast majority of the voting public wants them to pass or repeal, it seems like they only do it when it happens to coincide with their interests (or the interests of their financiers). The truth of the matter is that our government is corrupt (I know, big surprise). But more importantly, our corruption doesn’t always take the form of shady backroom deals like many of us imagine. It’s actually right out in the open for all to see. The reason why our system is such a racket, is that in America, corruption is perfectly legal. Joshua […]
Lie Detector Apps Coming Soon to Smartphones, Say Manufacturers…real ones, not cheesy prank apps like the ones available today.
By Ben Swann In this episode of Truth in Media, Ben Swann explores the origin of ISIS that has already been long forgotten by American media. Swann takes on the central issue of whether or not ISIS was created by “inaction” by the United States government or by “direct” action. Visit BenSwann.com Related articles American People Officially Lose Faith In The CDC Is the Internet Making Us Less Religious? The 5 Surprising & Less-Known Reasons You’re Packing On Extra Weight 100,000 Signatures In 30 Days Are Needed For A White House Response About Extraterrestrials Irish Government and Flying Saucers in 1950 CDC Whistle-Blower Reveals Cover-up Of Vaccine & Autism Link Data 1969: Bloodrock
Heather Callaghan An award-winning, nationally recognized teacher gave a “mic-dropping” speech that ends with the announcement of her teaching resignation at Elyria, OH public schools. Stacie Starr was not just any teacher, however. She was the number one finalist in 2014’s “Live with Kelly and Michael” ‘Top Teacher’ award, a people’s choice and enviable contest of sorts. It’s like the “American Idol” for teacher contestants, and it drove her into the national limelight. This prompted many news segments to ask her how it felt to win that kind of recognition. In multiple pieces, you can see her getting tearfully choked up at the honor, and calling it one of the greatest days of her entire life. Furthermore, she did not simply download information into her learning-disabled, at-risk students – she taught them how to think. That is why she was recognized! That was near the end of the 2013-2014 […]
Catherine J. Frompovich Activist Post Readers probably are familiar with the colloquialism, “Money is the root of all evil.” Well, that ought to be set aside, if not abandoned totally, for the new—and insanely insidious—root of all evil, mind control technology! Don’t believe that? Well, please cut this writer some slack and plod through the information that will be divulged. It’s due to the excellent work of Deborah Tavares, the investigative journalist extraordinaire at StopTheCrime.Net. In the Resources section below, I’ve posted a link to some of Deborah’s online interviews, which are very telling, to say the least. One of Stop the Crime’s [STC] releases of documents, which previously were unavailable, is labeled “Planned Chemical ‘Sedation’ of the Population – Radio Microwave Frequencies for Mass Mind Control [PCSP].” It refers to the “Aquarius Group Operation Briefing.” In the STC introduction page, however, this is pointed out about the PCSP: […]
by KELLEY BERGMAN Intense geoengineering activity across the planet is influencing weather patterns globally to unprecedented levels. After studying one year of video on aerosols emission and transport, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has found aerosol pollution is changing weather and climate around the planet and strengthening extratropical cyclones–a type of storm system that drives much of the world’s weather. This video above shows aerosol emission and transport from September 1, 2006, to April 10, 2007. Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Scientists call airborne particles of any sort — human-produced or natural — aerosols. However, human-produced aerosols are now a top contributing source of pollution and a major concern, especially due to operations by international governments through military aircraft which pollute the sky almost daily to influence climate. The simplest effect of increasing aerosols is to increase clouds. To form clouds, airborne water vapor needs particles on which to […]