Month: February 2020

FBI Opposes Thorough Investigation of New 9/11 Atrocity Evidence

Transcript Available: On this week’s episode of 9/11 Free Fall, host Andy Steele is joined by Mick Harrison and John O’Kelly of the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry to discuss the latest developments in two major cases: the petition for a federal grand jury investigation, which the Lawyers’ Committee first filed in April 2018, and the FBI 9/11 Review Commission lawsuit filed last March.

Britain’s OFCOM Regulating Social Media: The Beginning of the End of Free Speech

There is no more serious risk to “young people’s health” than the state itself—its wars, its rigged financial and political structures, and myriad other serious social and environmental issues created and exacerbated by self-serving sociopaths who claim to be “civil servants” rather than self-seeking water carriers for a parasitical and violent state. 

Swedish Apartment

Simon Hodges: How ICNIRP, AGNIR, PHE and a 30 year old political decision created and then covered up a global [5G] public health scandal

Why is the origin and structure of ICNIRP so opaque when the decisions it has made have had direct impacts on the health of billions of people?  This is something which is far more than ‘curious to say the least’ and should be a matter of thorough public investigation considering what is at stake in all of this in terms of global public health.  Billions of people may well have been adversely effected by the extremist decisions of this self appointed scientific oracle of health and safety to which the whole world seems to have meekly deferred to without asking any real questions.

BRICS and the Digital Money Project: Alternative to US$, New Wave in International Payment System?

In 2019 Russia, Brazil, India, China and South Africa were planning to issue their own digital money in order to reduce the share of payments in the US currency. BRICS countries are reducing the share of settlements in dollars. In Russia, over the past five years, the dollar`s share in foreign trade payments has decreased from 92% to 50%, and the ruble has increased from 3% to 14%.