Bayer sold a medicine tainted with HIV. Once it was discovered in the US, they continued to sell it overseas for over a year in order to clear stock. by magnora7 in corruption

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That's a crime worthy of rendition. Go kidnap and torture the executives authorizing that crime.

Nazi doctors, indeed...

Correcting The False Narrative On Venezuela & Humanitarian Aid by fred_red_beans in Venezuela

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“I have compared the statistics of Venezuela with that of other countries and there is no humanitarian crisis, of course there is scarcity, anxiety and shortages but those who have worked for decades for the United Nations and know the situation of countries in Asia, Africa and some of America, know that the situation in Venezuela is not a humanitarian crisis,” then UN Independent Expert on the Promotion of a Democratic & Equitable International Order, Alfred De Zayas, February 20, 2018

Bill Gates, Monsanto, and eugenics: How one of the world's wealthiest men is actively promoting a corporate takeover of global agriculture by Tom_Bombadil in conspiracy

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The Gates Foundation has admittedly given at least $264.5 million in grant commitments to AGRA (www.gatesfoundation.org/about/Documents/BMGFFactSheet.pdf), and also reportedly hired Dr. Robert Horsch, a former Monsanto executive for 25 years who developed Roundup, to head up AGRA back in 2006.

Silvia Ribeiro wrote in the Mexican news source La Jornada in 2010.

"Although Bill Gates might try to say that the Foundation is not linked to his business, all it proves is the opposite: most of their donations end up favoring the commercial investments of the tycoon, not really "donating" anything, but instead of paying taxes to state coffers, he invests his profits in where it is favorable to him economically, including propaganda from their supposed good intentions"

U.S. looking for ways to get aid into Venezuela: envoy - Stockpiling goods on Columbian border in anticipation of collapse - Maduro insists his country is not suffering a humanitarian crisis by magnora7 in Venezuela

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Yep.

Also, 'world police' is a euphemism for; invading resource robbery racket.

The US Government Just Reclassified 'Pink Slime' as 'Ground Beef' by useless_aether in Foodfun

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Good point. I don't think that we'll fail that far, cause man made climate change is a hoax.

Small intellectual victories...

The FBI knew of a plot to assassinate Occupy leaders with sniper rifles and did nothing about about it. by Robin in ConspiracyHeadlines

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If the average citizen provided identity info about a target to a known assassination plot and then hid the info, then they'd be charged with a conspiracy.

The fact that the FBI knew about the plan, and covered up for the assassin (s) literally proves that they were involved.

At a minimum, guilty of a cover-up.

Official FBI files contain this info.

This isn't a conspiracy theory. It's a conspiracy fact.

(https://www.democracynow.org/2014/3/25/why_did_fbi_monitor_occupy_houston)

U.S. looking for ways to get aid into Venezuela: envoy - Stockpiling goods on Columbian border in anticipation of collapse - Maduro insists his country is not suffering a humanitarian crisis by magnora7 in Venezuela

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Iraq and Afghanistan were liberated too.

Their is much to look forward to...

Pressure mounts on Facebook and Google to stop anti-vax conspiracy theories - Repetition of information, even if false, can often be mistaken for accuracy. by The_In-Betweener in ConspiracyHeadlines

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Probably not. Most of the people "at the forefront of accepting the truth" end up being wrong.

Actually, I agree with this statement. The current forefront of accepting the truth is the provaccine community. Over 4 billion dollars of settlement money has unambiguously proven this assumption false.

The informed vaccine consent community will be vindicated by history.

At a minimum, it's good to hear that you currently don't feel that you can make an informed decision. That is progress.

Guess What Else is Put In Vaccines? "Human Diploid Cells" Translation: Aborted Fetal Tissue by Tom_Bombadil in Health

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Once again, you fail to understand the point. I'm interested in the facts about vaccination. The abortion issue is an entirely separate subject. Please put your on your analysis cap back on.

I'm sure that you'll agree that it is common knowledge that there are serious risks associated with injecting human material into another person, correct?

I'm sure you'd also agree that parents deserve to be informed, and must consent to; having human material injected into their child, right???

Can you think of an ethical reason to misinform the public about this??? At this point you have to be asking yourself: Why do they keep saying that Vaccines are Safe and effective, when it is obvious that they are not safe?

What is really going on with these vaccines??? Right???

Pressure mounts on Facebook and Google to stop anti-vax conspiracy theories - Repetition of information, even if false, can often be mistaken for accuracy. by The_In-Betweener in ConspiracyHeadlines

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So, you think that 4 billion dollars were erroneously paid out by the courts?

Also, the Streisand effect only works if the media publicises it, and doesn't aggressively suppress it.

I'm sure you read the post about the CDC whistleblower, right?

I posted a couple more today. Here's the title of one of them, "The Supreme Court Ruled Vaccines Are “Unavoidably Unsafe” In 2016 – What Has Changed Since? Nothing.".

It's unfortunate that the facts challenge your belief system. Regardless, the public is waking up.

Will you be at the forefront of accepting the truth, or will you wait to get the facts from CNN? It's up to you.

The FBI knew of a plot to assassinate Occupy leaders with sniper rifles and did nothing about about it. by Robin in ConspiracyHeadlines

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Redacted. With no arrest of the assassin(s). Investigating assassination conspiracy, and arresting conspirators is the responsibility of the FBI.

To ignore it, is a cover-up. The act of ignoring evidence (as opposed to investigating an prosecuting crimes) is a literal cover up.

100% Accurate.

The US Government Just Reclassified 'Pink Slime' as 'Ground Beef' by useless_aether in Foodfun

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The corporate government has been in a tailspin dive for decades. It feels like it will crash any second... but I know that it won't.

There's still a long way down...

:-(

Pressure mounts on Facebook and Google to stop anti-vax conspiracy theories - Repetition of information, even if false, can often be mistaken for accuracy. by The_In-Betweener in ConspiracyHeadlines

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And where did those get it from? I'd expect that there was a family who took the money and then said something, if you're right – how would that be enforced, anyway?

A judge can issue a gag order, or terms can be included in settlements, etc.. This a fairly common occurrence. It is surprising that you've never heard of this. For example: Trump's lawyer had a similar arrangement with Stormy Daniels. She deliberated for some time about the consequences; in spite of elite support from the political establishment.

Would they go "we paid them to keep a" – no, I can't see how that'd work.

I'm guessing you now can see how it can work. There are many potential outcomes.

Keep in mind that Stormy Daniels reluctantly broke the terms; with tremendous political, media, legal, and economic support. A vaccine injured family would have no media support (so the public never sees the facts), or public support, or political support.

On top of this, they are guaranteed to incur years/decades of legal maneuverings against the combined legal armies of big pharma, and the state...

I interviewed hundreds of trolls. Everything I thought I knew about them was wrong by Mnemonic in Internet

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Per your description; we have the same definition of trolls.

They're basically online gangs of punk assholes who sometimes make people's lives miserable. They can be relentless in their harassment, and occasionally take things too far. The original members of anonymous are a good example of a troll group, until some whitehats commandeered the name during the Arab spring.

They are not highly organized terrorists that have a political group agenda, or organized goal. Their threat is minimal, yet maddening to the victims. Not the type of threat the articles suggests.

The article aggrandized these punks for political reasons. This crap journalism will be cited in some internet antitrolling bill/law that will be used to silence investigative journalists, or forums that openly discuss contraversial subjects.

Please consider this further, as this is written to frighten Facebook using mother's into irrational opinions.

Telling Fired Journalists "Learn To Code" Is Now "Abusive Behavior" On Twitter - Lets make it clear coding is so beneath them. by MojaveCoyote in SundogsPlace

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They are functional stooges for the American polit bureau.

Sometimes a rude awakening is appropriate. It unfortunately won't change the media landscape. The MSM still retains is most valuable stooge assets. There's also a fresh population of recently unemployed bootlickers who are desperate to smile like a doughnut (to pay the mortgage).

I truly pity them. They were led to believe that this was a path to success and security (just like everyone else). Most journalists didn't write these things; but likely would have for that promotion carrot (cause if not someone else would).

The corporate system is legalized slavery (with extra steps), and almost everyone is caught in it's web. Myself included.

Pressure mounts on Facebook and Google to stop anti-vax conspiracy theories - Repetition of information, even if false, can often be mistaken for accuracy. by The_In-Betweener in ConspiracyHeadlines

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Do you think they saw this headline?.

Edit:.

‘Repetition of information, even if false, can often be mistaken for accuracy.’.

This is the fundamental strategy of the vaccine program.

"Vaccines are safe, and effective."
"Vaccines are safe, and effective."

"Vaccines are safe, and effective."
"Vaccines are safe, and effective."
"Vaccines are safe, and effective."

The world is waking up. The public is winning the information war.

Why are the Rockefellers and the Jesuits guiding the UFO Disclosure Movement? by useless_aether in Jesuits

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To scare the fuck out of humanity with a fake alien invasion.

The FBI knew of a plot to assassinate Occupy leaders with sniper rifles and did nothing about about it. by Robin in ConspiracyHeadlines

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The FBI was planning the assassination! Is fell through, because they were going to assassinate the leaders.

Jokes on them, though. Occupy was an anarchist organization (direct democracy). They have no leaders.

The FBI knew of a plot to assassinate Occupy leaders with sniper rifles and did nothing about about it. by Robin in ConspiracyHeadlines

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The FBI was planning the assassination! Is fell through, because they were going to assassinate the leaders.

Jokes on them, though. Occupy was an anarchist organization (direct democracy). They have no leaders.

“Nearly 25% of mothers go back to work within two weeks of giving birth. To give you a sense of where human mothers fall on the legal protection hierarchy, it’s illegal to separate a dog from her newborn pups before 8 weeks in several states.” The law protects dogs more than human women. by Orangutan in whatever

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I feel like this supports the American economic eugenics theory. Low income parents are disadvantaged, and their children suffer from a reduction in breastfeeding.