May 03 07:40

Beware: One woman already lost $2,000 to this new Amazon scam

Amazon may have started as a humble online marketplace for books, but the company has since grown into an unrivaled economic and retail juggernaut. Amazon today is more popular than ever and recently reported that its revenue during the recent March quarter jumped to $108.52 billion, a 44% increase compared to the same quarter a year ago.

With more people relying on Amazon than ever before, in part due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, scammers have increasingly started to impersonate Amazon security personnel amid efforts to swindle unsuspecting users out of their hard-earned money. In fact, a Florida woman named Linda Shepard was recently bilked out of $2,000 after scammers called her up and said that someone was attempting to gain access to her Amazon account.

May 02 07:33

Why I'm Removing All Articles Related to Vitamin D, C and Zinc and COVID-19

Over the past year, I’ve been researching and writing as much as I can to help you take control of your health, as fearmongering media and corrupt politicians have destroyed lives and livelihoods to establish global control of the world’s population, using the COVID-19 pandemic as their justification.

I’ve also kept you informed about billionaire backed front groups like the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), a partner of Bill Gates’ Alliance for Science, both of whom have led campaigns aimed at destroying my reputation and censoring the information I share.

Other attackers include HealthGuard, which ranks health sites based on a certain set of “credibility criteria.” It has sought to discredit my website by ensuring warnings appear whenever you search for my articles or enter my website in an internet browser.

Well-Organized Attack Partnerships Have Formed

May 02 06:00

How Costco Is Masking A 14% Price Jump With Shrinkflation

The oldest trick in the retailer book is back.

We have previously written about shrinkflation - the "creative" masking of higher prices whereby retailers sell a materially lower amount of products for the 'same' price, covering up what is often a significant price increase on a "per unit" basis (see ""Shrinkflation" - How Food Companies Implement Massive Price Hikes Without You Ever Noticing", "Shrinkflation Hits The UK: Toblerone Shrinks By 10%, Price Stays The Same", Shrinkflation Intensifies – Stealth Inflation As Thousands of Food Products Shrink In Size, Not Price), and we have a feeling that in light of the recent surge in commodity costs and food prices, we will be writing about it a whole lot more in the coming weeks.

Take Costco, which as The Bear Traps report notes, is now charging the same price for paper towels but the roll has 20 fewer sheets. TBT refers to a recent post in a Red Flag Deals message board, where a member makes the following observation:

May 02 03:36

How Costco Is Masking A 14% Price Jump With Shrinkflation

The oldest trick in the retailer book is back.

We have previously written about shrinkflation - the "creative" masking of higher prices whereby retailers sell a materially lower amount of products for the 'same' price, covering up what is often a significant price increase on a "per unit" basis (see ""Shrinkflation" - How Food Companies Implement Massive Price Hikes Without You Ever Noticing", "Shrinkflation Hits The UK: Toblerone Shrinks By 10%, Price Stays The Same", Shrinkflation Intensifies – Stealth Inflation As Thousands of Food Products Shrink In Size, Not Price), and we have a feeling that in light of the recent surge in commodity costs and food prices, we will be writing about it a whole lot more in the coming weeks.

Take Costco, which as The Bear Traps report notes, is now charging the same price for paper towels but the roll has 20 fewer sheets. TBT refers to a recent post in a Red Flag Deals message board, where a member makes the following observation:

Apr 30 13:37

Food prices skyrocketing on soaring agriculture futures as prices for lumber, gas and other commodities climb amid lingering pandemic

But prices aren’t just rising on food, as bad as that is. A bevy of other consumer goods including raw materials such as lumber — needed to build houses and businesses — are also rising, along with energy costs as the world attempts to recover from being ‘closed’ due to the pandemic in an unprecedented over-reaction. -- And as always, as costs for necessities like food and energy rise — gas prices are way up just since Joe Biden took office — the poorest Americans are being hurt the most. Families that have reduced income due to job losses or slowdowns are going to have the hardest time paying for what they need moving forward. And again, there isn’t a light yet at the end of the tunnel.

Apr 30 09:19

Is your car spying on you? Drivers are allowing vehicle makers access to their personal data to share with third party companies, report says

Buyers of the latest cars are being warned that their gizmo-laden motors are collecting personal data - and they've inadvertently giving vehicle maker's the green light to share it with third-party companies right under their nose.

This is the claim being made as a result of new research, which found that 86 per cent of people would be unhappy if their car spied on them and shared their information with others, despite many doing just that.

It follows previous reports of motorists, especially those using lease and finance agreements who change cars regularly, failing to wipe their personal information from their motors, effectively handing over their details to the next owner.

The investigation warns drivers that their cars are not just spying on them but handing the information collated to other firms.

Apr 30 07:30

The Destructive Human Health and Environmental Impacts of Glyphosate Based Herbicide

On 9 April 2021, retired physician and health and environmental campaigner Dr Rosemary Mason wrote to the Danish Environmental Protection Agency (DEPA). She wanted to draw the agency’s attention to the findings that indicate the glyphosate-based herbicide Roundup causes high levels of mortality following contact exposure in bumble bees (glyphosate-formulated herbicides are the most widely used weedicides in agriculture across the globe).

This, Mason argued, has led to a decline of bumblebees in Denmark. She asked the agency why it had used “fraudulent science” on glyphosate from the European Commission and the European Chemicals Agency, which in turn take their ‘science’ from Monsanto/Bayer, rather than from the direct observations of The Danish Nature Agency.

Mason’s correspondence focused not only on the destructive environmental impacts of glyphosate but also on the devastating human health aspects.

Apr 29 12:25

Bio-Barcodes: GMO Spores Hidden in Food to Track Supply Chain?

By Ice Age Farmer

Spraying your food with genetically modified spores with custom DNA sequences in order to trace it through the global supply chain sounds like science fiction, but one company funded by SOSV — the same VC behind ‘food replacement’ companies like Memphis Meats, Finless Foods, and NotCo — has made it a reality, and is already testing its technology.

Biological barcodes and resource tracking is clearly an integral part of the blockchain/AI supply chain being rolled out as part of The Great Reset. But what happens when you eat them? Christian breaks down Aanika and their technology in this Ice Age Farmer broadcast.

Apr 27 08:50

Bad infrastructure and not being male among reasons people give up EVs

Much less is known about why someone might buy an EV but then decide to go back to fossil fuel for their next vehicle. The very idea is probably enough to stimulate some outrage among the Ars audience, but according to a new study in Nature Energy, not only does such a thing happen, but it has happened at a rate of about 20 percent among early adopters in California, the largest market in the US for plug-in vehicles.

Scott Hardman and Gil Tal at University of California, Davis decided to examine the rate and reasons that Californians abandoned their electric cars, something the researchers say has not been examined until now. With the help of the Californian Air Resources Board, Hardman and Tal surveyed Californians who bought either plug-in hybrid EVs (PHEVs) or battery EVs (BEVs) between 2012 and 2018, contacting more than 14,000 households. In total, 4,167 households completed the survey, but only 1,842 respondents had made a decision about whether or not to keep that plug-in.

Apr 27 07:43

Growing Opposition to the Bayer Monsanto Roundup Settlement

Tens of thousands of people have sued Monsanto owner Bayer AG alleging their non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and other cancers were caused by glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide.

Three cases brought by Lee Johnson, Edwin Hardeman, and Alva and Alberta Pilliod went to trial.

And in each case, the courts found the Roundup caused the cancers, that Monsanto hid the risks, and that compensatory and punitive damages were justified.

Bayer wants to resolve the thousands of remaining cancer claims with an $8 billion to $9 billion compensation fund. Those cases are being negotiated by Monsanto lawyers and the lawyers representing the cancer victims.

But last year, in a surprise to the Monsanto plaintiffs lawyers, a separate settlement was put forward to handle everyone else who might bring a case against Monsanto in the future – including people who have yet to get sick or contact a lawyer.

Apr 27 07:33

Since 2019 Apple Has Known That Its AirDrop Feature Leaks Users’ Info But Has Yet to Admit It or Fix It

By B.N. Frank

Apple is not having the greatest year. In January, the company warned that its iPhone12 model could cause health emergencies for people with pacemakers and other medical implants.

In February, the company was chastised for its “colossal e-waste timebomb”.

More recently the company has been outed for not doing anything about a huge security flaw in their AirDrop feature...

Apr 26 15:51

Skechers Will Pay $40 Million to Settle FTC Charges That It Deceived Consumers with Ads for "Toning Shoes"

The Federal Trade Commission announced that Skechers USA, Inc. has agreed to pay $40 million to settle charges that the company deceived consumers by making unfounded claims that Shape-ups would help people lose weight, and strengthen and tone their buttocks, legs and abdominal muscles.

Did you buy Skechers toning shoes? You may be eligible for a refund. Go to or click this image.

Apr 26 10:23

Crypto exchange boss allegedly flees with $2 billion in funds

The CEO of a Turkish cryptocurrency exchange has reportedly disappeared with $2 billion of investors' funds, leaving more than 300,000 users concerned about their money.

The crypto platform Thodex said it had been “temporarily closed” to address an “abnormal fluctuation in the company accounts,” according to a statement on its website. But local media reports claim the firm's founder, Faruk Fatih Ozer, has flown to Albania, sparking an ongoing international manhunt.

Apr 24 13:08

There's New Legal Drama Around McDonald's Soft Serve Machines

McDonald's perpetually broken soft serve machines are, once again, in the limelight. After news broke in late 2020 of the increasing popularity of Kytch—a third-party device that can improve the chain's soft serve machine performance—McDonald's allegedly intervened in order to sabotage the fledgling tech company that makes it. As a result, the fast-food giant may be facing a lawsuit.

Apr 24 04:52

This nationwide food brand just recalled every single one of its products

When a company has to recall a product it is often pretty serious. That’s especially true when the product is a food item that may contain a harmful pathogen. Typically, just one type of food is affected; a produce company might recall lettuce but still sell tomatoes that are perfectly safe, for example. Unfortunately for Jule’s Foods, a California-based food producer that sells its goods across the country, it has been forced to recall not one, not two, but all of its food products due to the potential for Salmonella contamination.

Apr 23 14:21

Monopoly: An overview of the Great Reset – Follow the Money

If you’ve been wondering how the world economy has been hijacked and humanity has been kidnapped by a completely bogus narrative, look no further than this video by Dutch creator, Covid Lie. -- What she uncovers is that the stock of the world’s largest corporations are owned by the same institutional investors. They all own each other. This means that “competing” brands, like Coke and Pepsi aren’t really competitors, at all, since their stock is owned by exactly the same investment companies, investment funds, insurance companies, banks and in some cases, governments. This is the case, across all industries.

Apr 23 13:18

PG&E Refunds Smart Meter “Opt-Out” Fees to EMF-Disabled Customer

On April 16, Pacific Gas and Electric refunded Smart Meter “opt-out” fees paid by the family of Nina Beety who is disabled by electromagnetic sensitivity. Beety requested disabled accommodation from PG&E to have analog electromechanical meters on her family’s home when the company initiated its wireless Smart Meter roll-out in her community. She explained that EMF-emitting devices cause her disabling health effects. PG&E ignored Beety’s requests for disabled accommodation, and refused to allow residential customers to have analog, non-digital meters without paying a so-called “opt-out” fee. The family was forced to pay $415 in fees to avoid Smart Meters on their home.

The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits surcharge fees for disabled people...

Apr 22 14:38

Buyers’ Strike? Everyone Knows the Housing Market Has Gone Nuts: Prices Spike but Sales Plunge

No housing market is equipped to handle the perversity of vacant homes being used as leveraged investment vehicles to generate capital gains just by sitting there. -- But these vacant homes are part of the shadow inventory. When owners decide that it’s time to take profits, they’ll put the homes on the market whereby they move out of the shadow inventory and into the inventory for sale. But since these homes are vacant and the owner lives somewhere else and doesn’t need to buy another home, it adds inventory without adding demand from the seller (who already lives in a home and doesn’t need to buy another). This would be the opposite of what has been taking place, and the effects of this would be the opposite too.

Apr 22 14:05

The Federal Reserve Should Not Finance Insane New Spending

PR : I don't mind the opinion of the article,  but why does anyone assume The Fed can be corrected? By design it creates more debt to keep the perpetual system of looting and skimming alive. When Bretton woods ended, aka the "Nixon shock" -- it should have been game over. Starting wars of aggression in the Middle East and propping up a piece of paper with other countries natural resources is about what the U.S dollar has come to. Now, with Biden just shipping trillions around like it's nothing, I don't believe it's long before we go full  Weimar republic. Get your wheel-barrel ready, you're going to need it when hyper-inflation hits and a loaf of bread will cost 50 pounds in worthless paper. This is what private central banks do, this is what they have always done, and they are LOOTING and STEALING from YOU -- every SINGLE DAY. It needs to be ended, much like the first and second banks of America.

Apr 22 12:59

COVID Natural Remedies BANNED as DOJ and FTC Seek to Silence Doctors Promoting Vitamin D, C, Zinc, etc.

By Brian Shilhavy

What is the U.S. Government’s response to all of the deaths being reported from experimental injections? Are they investigating them to see if the pharmaceutical companies are acting criminally?

No, last week the Department of Justice announced that they were going to start enforcing a new bill signed into law back in December by then-President Donald Trump, which makes it illegal for anyone to promote non-pharmaceutical products as treatments for COVID-19.

The law is called the “COVID-19 Consumer Protection Act,” but it really should be named the “COVID-19 Pharmaceutical Protection Act.”...

Apr 20 06:10

This Account Educates People On Tourist Scams In Different Countries (23 Pics)

TikTok account @isotravels has released a series of videos, titled "Known scams in every country" and while they don't cover every country, we can forgive for the clickbait—underneath the slightly misleading title lies a comprehensive list of the dirty ways people try to rob tourists blind.

Apr 19 05:47

The Evil Business of Nestlé

Apr 19 05:47

This is why we can't have nice things

Apr 18 11:35

Corporations invoke “woke” ideology as a cloak to hide their evil intentions

It is no longer a secret that the United States has become a tyrannical police state controlled by a system of corporate-government fascism. Many of the biggest and most powerful corporations in the world are based here, and they use their money and influence to buy off politicians and even judges, effectively steering policy in their favor.

Apr 18 11:03

Big banks loaned money to an oil giant under the guise of 'sustainability' — and more tales of Wall Street greenwashing

Fourteen months ago, Larry Fink, the CEO of BlackRock, the world's largest money manager, wrote a letter warning that climate change was on the verge of "fundamentally reshaping" the financial sector. The crux of his message was that the finance sector would have an effect on preventing climate change, if only it changed who and what it invested in.

His words proved somewhat prophetic. Last month, Wells Fargo rounded out the list of Wall Street giants that have since committed to align their business model with the Paris Agreement, an international environmental accord.

This should please everyone concerned about climate change. Yet there is a danger that the financial sector now gets credit for acting on climate, when, in fact, it hasn't even begun to do what is necessary.

Apr 18 08:47

Vaccine mix-up at North Carolina Walgreens results in saline injections instead of COVID treatment

The latest vaccine mishap amid a global effort to inoculate the general public against coronavirus occurred at a Walgreens in North Carolina.

Workers at the pharmacy in Monroe confirmed on Friday they mistakenly gave some people an injection of saline instead of the treatment for COVID-19. Walgreens told WCNC they managed to reach out to everyone who was affected by the incident as soon as they were able.

The drug store added that an investigation into the mix-up was underway and vowed customer safety and care is their top priority.

Apr 17 07:44

List of largest pharmaceutical settlements

he following is a list of the 20 largest settlements reached between the United States Department of Justice and pharmaceutical companies from 1991 to 2012, ordered by the size of the total settlement. The settlement amount includes both the civil (False Claims Act) settlement and criminal fine. Glaxo's $3 billion settlement included the largest civil, False Claims Act settlement on record,[1] and Pfizer’s $2.3 billion settlement including a record-breaking $1.3 billion criminal fine.[2] Legal claims against the pharmaceutical industry have varied widely over the past two decades, including Medicare and Medicaid fraud, off-label promotion, and inadequate manufacturing practices.[3][4] With respect to off-label promotion, specifically, a federal court recognized off-label promotion as a violation of the False Claims Act for the first time in Franklin v. Parke-Davis, leading to a $430 million settlement.[5]

Apr 17 07:20

Google Found Guilty Of Misleading Australian Customers On Data Collection

The Australian Federal Court has found Google guilty of misleading customers about personal location data collection on android mobile devices in a world-first enforcement action by the country’s consumer watchdog.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has been pursuing legal action against Google’s “misleading conduct” since Oct. 2019.

“This is an important victory for consumers, especially anyone concerned about their privacy online, as the Court’s decision sends a strong message to Google and others that big businesses must not mislead their customers,” ACCC Chairman Rod Sims said.

“Today’s decision is an important step to make sure digital platforms are upfront with consumers about what is happening with their data and what they can do to protect it,” Sims said.

Apr 17 06:55

Peloton fights federal safety recall of ALL their $4K treadmills after one child died and other customers were injured in accidents last month

Peloton is fighting a federal safety recall and has allegedly delayed an investigation into potential safety problems after it was revealed that a child died and others were injured in accidents on its treadmills last month.

Federal regulators told the Washington Post that the Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued an administrative subpoena requiring Peloton to name the child with family contact information within 24 hours so the agency could continue investigating.

Jessica Kleiman, a spokesperson for Peloton, said that the company did not provide personal information about the child to the agency because it 'respects its customers' privacy,' the outlet reported.

Apr 16 19:11

The Tinnitus I Experienced After My First Dose Of Coronavirus Vaccine Disappeared After I Used This Home Remedy

I found a remedy for the bad tinnitus and intermittent ringing in my ears I experienced with my first dose. I only had to do the treatment a few times. The tinnitus became inaudible, then gradually disappeared; the ringing never recurred.

I wrote is a detailed description of exactly what I did. Because suffering sucks.


I am not a doctor, or certified herbalist. (I’ve been working with herbs to treat my health issues for over two score years.) This is not medical advice. Human bodies are all different, and what works for one person may not for another. Please do your own research, come to your own conclusions, and make your own decisions.

Apr 16 11:37

U.S. Financial Markets Have Become A Giant Mirage Built On A Foundation Of Fraud

Would you pay more than 100 million dollars for a single deli in rural New Jersey that had less than $36,000 in sales during the last two years combined? I know that sounds like a completely ridiculous question, but the stock market apparently thinks that deli is worth that much. On Thursday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 34,000 for the first time in history, and investors all over the country cheered. But this financial bubble is not real. It is a giant mirage that is built on a foundation of fraud. Investors have lost all touch with reality, and in this sort of euphoric environment a small deli in rural New Jersey can literally be valued at more than 100 million dollars…

Apr 16 10:15

FCC shares tips to prevent, stop robocalls

Unwanted calls are the number one complaint to the Federal Communications Commission, with an average of 200,000 complaints annually made to the agency.

Due to the large volume of robocalls, the FCC is now taking action, making sure people can block robocalls on their phones.

“We’re going to put in place new technologies that help authenticate our calls,” Rosenworcel said. “And those new technologies will be in place in just a few months.”

With many robocalls being generated overseas, making fighting them more challenging, the FCC says it's working with partner agencies at home and abroad to increase their ability to go after the perpetrators and make the calls stop.

Apr 16 09:52

PS4's Fatal System Clock Battery Error Reportedly Proven By Player

A number of PlayStation 4 owners have seemingly proven, through various experiments, that the console can not play games once the internal CMOS battery dies. Sony's fourth generation PlayStation console launched back in 2013, running in stiff competition with the Xbox One and Nintendo Wii U for nearly seven years. In 2020 the PS4 was succeeded by the PlayStation 5, Sony's newest current-gen console.

Apr 15 14:39

Our government says there’s almost no inflation? Think again (Shades of Venezuela!)

This is what we get when we let government employees control our lives. Almost 300 percent inflation in lumber in one year. This while we’re being told that inflation is totally under control, running at less than two percent per year.3/4” Plywood Standard: March 2020 – $37.98 /sheet -- February 2021 – $72.49 /sheet -- March 2021 – $83.49 /sheet -- April 2021 – $95.98 /sheet...

Apr 15 08:24

Tinnitus Or Ringing In Ears After COVID-19 Vaccine? This Easy Home Remedy Made Mine GO AWAY.

The ringing had a rapid strong fade-in onset, got really loud, and then died off in about 30 seconds, twice at approximately 4 hours after my dose. Then my Honey asked me if I was "hearing the 'cicadas,' too," and I said, "you mean that noise is not really out there?!"

Details my adverse vaccine experience (includes full list of side effects) as well as the remedy, which for me was completely effective. Graphic, audio, and video illustrations.

"The Tinnitus I Experienced After My First Dose Of Coronavirus Vaccine Disappeared After I Used This Home Remedy"

Apr 14 13:45

Food Prices Are Rising Aggressively, And Even The Corporate Media Is Admitting That It Is Only Going To Get Worse

I know that food prices may seem ridiculous, but they aren’t ever going to be any lower than they are right now. -- I would encourage you to use this window of opportunity to stock up at these relatively low prices, because the price increases are only going to become even more painful as our leaders continue to flood the system with more cash.

Apr 14 13:39

The only race you can legally discriminate against in the USA

If you are white, you should be ashamed of yourself. You are the cause of riots in America. You are the reason the whole country had to deal with a white supremacist president for 4 years. You are the nationalist, the Nazi, the extremist, the domestic terrorist. White people. You. Or so they’d have us believe. -- The entire Left is preaching, teaching and embedding this in the curriculum, that White people are to blame for everything that’s wrong with America right now, just the way Hitler blamed the Jews for the pitfalls of the German economy. The parallel is deafening. History does repeat itself.

Apr 10 13:04

Mass vaccination site in Colorado shut down after people experience adverse reactions from vaccine

A Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) mass vaccination site in Colorado was shut down as multiple people experienced adverse reactions after receiving the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine.

The incident occurred in Commerce City, a suburb of Denver, at a mass vaccination site set up by private health corporation Centura Health. (Related: KNOCK KNOCK: Detroit will send government workers door-to-door to pressure residents to get vaccinated… what could go wrong?)

Apr 09 11:15

Anything for a buck, eh? Pantene pushes transgender mutilation of children to sell more shampoo

It would appear as though P&G has gone full “woke” with its hatred for men and adoration for women and transgenders. Remember this when shopping at the grocery store.

Apr 06 08:09

3 Southern States say No to covid-Papers Please

I certainly hope more follow and say no to covid passports

Apr 05 13:47

NICS All-Time Record for March 2021, Gun Sales Down 20% from Record Set in 2020

While demand for guns and ammunition remain at historically high levels, the recorded sales of guns has dropped a slight amount compared to last year. This may be due to some demand being satisfied. Firearms are durable goods which, with a little care, can remain effective and operational for hundreds of years.

Apr 05 11:52

Massive U.S. food shortage coming – get a backup supply ready RIGHT NOW

The hunger-relief organization Feeding America estimates that our country will be short eight billion meals in the next four months. Their food banks put out three times the usual this year, due to Covid-19 joblessness and homelessness, totaling over 17 billion pounds of food. On average, at least 10 percent of Americans cannot afford food that contains actual nutrition (organic whole food and non-GMO). Currently, one in every four families are experiencing food ‘insecurity’ during this pandemic, one in six families face hunger crisis periodically, and one in ten American adults (about 18 million) literally don’t have enough food to eat right now.

Apr 04 17:32

Apple Knowingly Sold Defective Macbook Pros, Says California Judge

When Apple launched a new butterfly keyboard with the MacBook Pro some years ago, it was slapped with a class-action lawsuit for its defective keyboards. Now a second class-action lawsuit could be in the making called "flexgate."

According to The Verge, Apple opted for fragile flex cables instead of beefier wires for its screens on MacBook Pro models in 2016. The new lawsuit, filed in the US District Court for the Northern District of California, is over the MacBook Pro developing "stage light" issues at the bottom of the screen, eventually leading to a complete failure.

Law360 reports that US District Judge Edward Davila decided this week to allow the "flexgate" lawsuit to move forward, ruling that Apple knew it was selling defective MacBook Pros.

Mar 31 17:14

WATCH: School Board meeting becomes heated during mask discussion

IDAHO FALLS — The Idaho Falls District 91 School Board of Trustees meeting became heated Tuesday afternoon during a discussion on masks.

The board spoke about bringing all students back to school five days a week rather than the current schedule of meeting in-person Monday through Thursday. The topic then turned to masks.

NOTE: These people are in charge of your children!

Mar 30 10:41

Obituary for Kansas woman concludes she died from allergic reaction to a coronavirus vaccine

Officials with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment(KDHE) are investigating the death of a 68-year-old woman from Atchison County, according to a recent report from The Epoch Times.

Jeanie Evans received the first shot of a coronavirus vaccine at a facility in Jefferson County on March 23. She died unexpectedly the following day at the Stormont Vail Hospital in Topeka after experiencing an adverse reaction to the vaccine, according to an obituary at the Becker-Dyer-Stanton Funeral Home.

It is not clear whether Evans suffered from preexisting conditions or comorbidities. KDHE officials also didn’t mention which coronavirus vaccine Evans received. Three coronavirus vaccines are approved for use in the United States so far: Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and Johnson and Johnson.

Mar 29 17:34

Miscarriages skyrocket 366% in six weeks due to Covid vaccines

Official data released by the British government shows that Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) injections are killing unborn babies at an astounding rate.

The latest Medicines and Healthcare produce Regulatory Agency’s (MHRA) Yellow Card Scheme report, dated Dec. 9, 2020, through March 7, 2021, reveals a whopping 366 percent increase in the rate of miscarriage thanks to Chinese virus jabs.

This is the seventh such report to be released by the MHRA and it clearly shows that Wuhan flu shots are extremely deadly, especially for pregnant women who, for whatever reason, decide to get jabbed.

It is important to note that there is no scientific data to suggest that Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) injections are safe or effective for pregnant women, and yet doctors and health authorities are still administering the shots to expectant mothers, resulting in many of them losing their unborn children.

Mar 28 11:39

Lil Nas X sells soul to Satan, his new Air Max shoe contains real human blood within the sole

Diabolical designers from the underworld have spawned a new version of Nike’s 1997 Air Max shoe that could make Satan himself very happy, and Lil Nas X is promoting them.

The satanic concept by MSCHF will be limited to a total of 666 pairs of shoes. All of which contain a single drop of real human blood.

In the ultimate offering to the king of Hell, the dark-fashion sneakers contain the Bible verse Luke 10:18 on them.

Mar 28 09:20

Soros Asset Management is betting big on “crypto infrastructure”

During an interview with Bloomberg TV, Soros Asset Management CIO Dawn Fitzpatrick, one of the most powerful women in the asset-management industry, said her firm is betting on crypto for the long term.

But rather than focusing on the virtual currency itself, Fitzpatrick said she is focusing on “the whole infrastructure” surrounding crypto.

Bloomberg: “Do you have an especially high level of conviction, high or negative, about strategies or themes?”

Fitzpatrick: “We think the whole infrastructure around crypto is really interesting and we have been making some investments into that infrastructure…we think that is at an inflection point.”

Mar 26 17:14

STUDY: Long term mask use breeds microbes that infiltrate the lungs and contribute to advanced stage lung cancer

A new study finds that cultivation and enrichment of microbes on the face can infiltrate the lungs through unconscious aspirations and cause inflammatory responses and advanced stage lung cancer. The nose and the mouth were designed to take in oxygen without strain, uninhibited. The oxygen travels down the trachea and splits off into two tubes called the bronchi. From there, the oxygen travels down a series of bronchioles until it reaches the alveoli, which are tiny air sacs covered with blood vessels. These air sacs take the oxygen directly to the heart, where it is dispersed throughout the body.

Mar 25 09:38

Pfizer vaccines halted in Hong Kong after multiple defects were reported

Hong Kong health officials have HALTED shipments of the Pfizer vaccine after multiple defects were identified and reported. The South China Morning Postreports that front-line healthcare workers discovered over fifty instances of cracked and leaking vials. How can Pfizer guarantee the consistency and safety of the mRNA science, if they cannot keep the vials intact and properly preserved?

There is no practical way to ensure the safety of an experimental vaccine that has to be preserved at -93 degrees Fahrenheit. The Pfizer mRNA vaccine is shipped in boxes that can only be opened twice a day for a maximum of 180 seconds. If the nano-particles in the vaccine are not properly preserved at this correct temperature, they become dangerous and ineffective to human immune systems. Moreover, a manufacturing feat at this scale is naturally prone to multiple errors.

Mar 23 15:10

William McGurn: Christian baker Jack Phillips is back in court again for refusing to bake a cake

Jack Phillips is America’s most famous baker. People have taken him all the way to the Supreme Court in hopes of getting it to force him to bake them one of his custom cakes. This week he’s back in the dock, again defending his refusal to bake a custom cake with a message he says goes against his Christian faith.

Phillips owns Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colo., and holds traditional views on marriage and sexuality. The first legal action against him came via the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, when in 2012 he declined to bake a custom cake for a same-sex wedding and found himself accused of unlawful discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. This time he’s being sued because he wouldn’t bake a cake celebrating a gender transition

Mar 23 10:08

Hyperinflation begins: Supplies of everything are running short as prices soar

The Federal Reserve claims that the current burst of inflation is “transitory” and will eventually go away, despite indicators to the contrary. Even if it is transitory, though, the consequences will be heavily felt in the form of continued shortages and skyrocketing prices.

Mar 23 08:36

The U.S. government spent $5.2B mounting high-energy lasers to aircraft

The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory in conjunction with the Defense Advanced Research Agency spent $5.2 billion dollars mounting high-energy lasers to aircraft.

The Boeing YAL-1 Airborne Laser uses high-energy laser beams to superheat and destroy targets.

A video posted on The Daily Aviation YouTube channel gives all the details.

Mar 18 10:20

Shopping for an inexpensive projector? Don't fall for this deceptive practice

I'm always on the lookout for projector deals, but recently I've noticed an unfortunate trend in the way certain models are listed at stores like Amazon and Walmart. It's misleading at best, deceptive at worst -- and one that I think all projector sellers need to address immediately.

It's all about resolution. Take a look at this Amazon product listing for the "ViewSonic M1 Mini 1080p Portable LED Projector," which was captured on March 17:

Based on that headline, anyone shopping for this projector would naturally assume that it's a 1080p model, meaning capable of 1,920x1,080 "full HD" resolution. It says so, right there.


If you scroll down a bit, you'll see the actual, native resolution of the M1 Mini:

Mar 16 12:08

Sackler Family Grilled By Congress On Purdue Pharma’s Role In Opioid Crisis | NBC Nightly News

Mar 15 15:52

VACCINE DISASTER AHEAD - The Highwire with Del Bigtree

CDC Spin on New Mask Data; Celebrity Catches Fauci Lying!; Expert Warns of Coming Covid Vaccine Disaster; Hell in the Holy Land

#Masks #CDC #FireFauci #EugenioDerbez #Israel #Pfizer #Covid19 #ImmuneEscape

Mar 15 06:27

380,000 Kia Owners Told To "Park Outside" Due To Spontaneous Engine Fire Risk

Before there were over-the-air updates for everything, you'd just park the car further away from the house if it had the risk of spontaneously combusting. That's exactly that's going on over at Kia, where the automaker is telling owners to park nearly 380,000 vehicles outdoors due to the risk of an engine compartment fire.

The "recall", if you want to call it that, affects certain 2017 through 2021 Sportage SUVs and 2017 through 2019 Cadenza sedans. Kia is telling owners that a short circuit in the hydraulic electronic brake control unit can cause excessive current, increasing fire risk, according to ABC.

In addition to parking the cars outside, Kia is also suggesting that owners "should also park them away from structures until repairs are made."

Mar 14 15:13

What an OUTRAGE! Store-bought face masks contain cancer-causing agents: Exposed

Face masks have become the new norm in the U.S. and other countries. But what if you found out the face mask you’ve been wearing the entire time contained cancer-causing agents?

Alan Robertson posted a photo on Twitter of a face mask that he purchased from Lowes. Shockingly, the mask contains a label that reads: “WARNING. Cancer and Reproductive Harm.”

Mar 13 10:42

Here’s another reason to love blueberries: They protect against inflammation

Blueberries are among the most well-known and best-loved superfoods on the planet. Aside from being a delicious and versatile food ingredient, blueberries also provide plenty of essential nutrients and disease-fighting phytonutrients. For instance, research suggests that blueberries have one of the highest antioxidant levels of all plant-based foods. Antioxidants help reduce oxidative stress, a harmful event that has been linked to various age-related chronic diseases, such as heart disease, neurodegenerative diseases and cancer.

The antioxidants in blueberries are classified as flavonoids. Members of this class possess a wide range of biological activities and are collectively known as polyphenols. Research suggests that polyphenols are the most abundant and widely distributed group of bioactive molecules present in plants. They are also responsible for many of the medicinal properties exhibited by plants.

Mar 11 23:52

Covid-19 swab test burst woman’s brain membrane resulting in leaked spinal fluid

A Texas woman suffered a horrific membrane rupture after a Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) nasal swab test punctured her brain tissue, resulting in spinal fluid leaking from her body.

Chari Timm of San Antonio went to the hospital for chest pain when she was told that in order to receive care, she would need to first be tested for the Chinese virus. As the nurse jammed the nose javelin up Timm’s nasal cavity, however, it ruptured her brain membrane.

“It was an immediate instant migraine,” Timm recalled in an interview with local media. “I’ve never had a migraine ever in my life. It started in the back of my head and just extended to the front of my head and my entire brain was in extreme pain.”

Mar 11 15:35

UPDATED - How Many People Are the Vaccines Killing? - Dr Vernon Coleman

5TH MARCH 2021
No one knows how many people the vaccines are killing – or how many they will kill.

But although I haven’t seen the mainstream media mention most of these deaths, people have already died or been injured after being given the vaccine:

Mar 11 11:56

Return to 'old faithful' appliances! New rules will BAN manufactures of white goods like TVs, washing machines and fridges from designing them to conk out sooner than they should in bid to cut UK's 1.5m tons of electrical waste

Tech giants will be ordered to stop making products that are deliberately designed to have a short life and are impossible or expensive to repair.

The government has announced legislation designed to put an end to so-called 'built-in obsolescence' with products designed to fail.

The tactic allows manufacturers of everything from washing machines and TVs to smartphones to cash in as customers are forced to buy replacements.

Mar 10 11:42

Gas Pumps Dispense Less Than They Say

As if rising oil prices weren't bad enough, it seems that you might not even be getting all the gas indicted by the highly accurate looking meter on the pump. Blog An Entirely Other Day took a look at whether or not a gas pump can really measure to 1/1000th gallon accuracy, and the answer was "No".

The workings out say tell the story:

This means that the accepted inaccuracy of a gas pump is half a cubic inch (over half a US tablespoon) plus half a cubic inch for each gallon and never less than one cubic inch.

In short, the pumps are allowed by law to pretend four times more accuracy than they can measure, and if the pump is between tests, the tolerence is even greater. Sounds bad? Try living in the South (or in a New York Summer): the rules assume a temperature of 60ºF. Anything over that and the petrol expands, meaning you get even less in your tank for the price. Of course, this could always go the other way and over-dispense. But how would you ever know?

Mar 10 09:56

Return to 'old faithful' appliances! New rules will BAN manufactures of white goods like TVs, washing machines and fridges from designing them to conk out sooner than they should in bid to cut UK's 1.5m tons of electrical waste

Tech giants will be ordered to stop making products that are deliberately designed to have a short life and are impossible or expensive to repair.

The government has announced legislation designed to put an end to so-called 'built-in obsolescence' with products designed to fail.

The tactic allows manufacturers of everything from washing machines and TVs to smartphones to cash in as customers are forced to buy replacements.

The new rules will include a legal requirement on manufacturers to make spare parts available to consumers, which aims to extend the lifespan of products by up to 10 years.

The new measures, which apply to white goods such as washing machines, dishwashers and fridges, as well as items such as TVs, aim to reduce the 1.5 million tonnes of electrical waste the UK generates a year.

Mar 07 07:21

Dietary Supplements Company Ordered to Stop Distributing 'Adulterated' Products

A federal judge ordered a dietary supplements company to shutter operations and halt distribution of its "adulterated" products on Thursday.

U.S. District Judge Edward Korman issued a permanent injunction against Confidence USA Inc. of New York state, along with the company's president Helen Chian and founder Jim Chao, according to a news release from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The order prevents the company from manufacturing and distributing its products until the FDA orders otherwise.

The company is said to have violated regulations on supplement manufacturing processes while repeatedly failing FDA inspections. Inspectors could not "verify the identity of each dietary ingredient used" in the supplements from 2016 to 2018, while also being unable confirm that rules on "contamination" and "purity" of the ingredients were met.

Mar 07 07:19

Seresto Flea Collars Tied to Over 1,600 Pet Deaths in U.S. Since 2012

Seresto, a popular flea collar produced by the company Elanco Animal Health, has been tied to over 1,600 pet deaths in the U.S. alone since 2012, according to a new investigation by USA Today. But the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, which regulates flea collars and any other pet treatment containing pesticides, still refuses to act.

USA Today has uploaded the documents it gained access to through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, including the aggregate incident summaries about Seresto, which show over 75,000 incidents reported and 1,698 pet deaths linked to the flea collars between 2012 and June 2020. The pet collars were first introduced to consumers in 2012.

USA Today even spoke with a former EPA employee, Karen McCormack, who claims the agency has known about the dangers of the Seresto collars for years but have been, “turning a blind eye to this problem.”