Full disclosure is required to make a contract between two parties valid. There is little to no honest exchange in many areas of modern life. Rather, the “norm” is corporate secrecy and steamrolling over citizens’ concerns.
Most countries and their governments have been quietly turned into corporations. Corporations were once formed to serve the people by performing a certain function, such as building a dam, then dissolving. Things have changed. Corporations now hold the status of “person” and their purpose is to make a financial profit and to survive. The President of the USA is its CEO.
Corporations are liable for the stealth installation of “smart” meters and for the dangers they pose – and they are liable for many other dangerous commodities and actions. Holding employees financially accountable for their companies’ products and policies is proving to be an effective approach to effect change.
This video is a valuable, informative resource. The approach described here can be applied to many concerns, not just “smart” meters.
The InPower Docu-Series illustrates a powerful new method to restore social justice and accountability. Episode #1 focuses on solving the ‘smart’ meter problem: how we can prevent and reverse the installation of this dangerous technology, through holding corporate executives and government actors financially accountable — for the first time ever. And in so doing, we can restore safety in our homes, and bring balance to our world.
Hello, Novartis. The pharmaceutical giant has just been fined $50 million by the government of South Korea for bribing doctors to prescribe the company’s drugs.
FiercePharma reports: “Last year, prosecutors in the country [Korea] raided Novartis offices to gather documents and account books. South Korean officials later indicted a half-dozen Novartis execs, as well as more than a dozen doctors and five medical journal heads…The Korea Times says the criminal trial is now underway.”
A Novartis spokesperson called the crime “in violation of our policies and inconsistent with our culture…”
Really? There’s more.
FiercePharma continues: “Outside of Korea, Novartis faces separate bribery claims in Greece, where an official earlier this month said ‘thousands’ of people could be implicated.”
“The company faced other allegations in Turkey, which it now considers ‘unsubstantiated,’ and paid $25 million to U.S. authorities last year to settle a bribery investigation in China.”
Sounds like bribery might be central to the culture of Novartis.
You walk into a doctor’s office. He makes a diagnosis and writes out a prescription for a drug. Unknown to you, he’s been paid off to tell you to take the drug…
“The Mountain of Evidence for a Massive International Pedophile Ring Protected by Police and Intelligence Agencies”
From reddit.com : Two high-profile pedophilia cases have come to light in recent years, the abuses of Jerry Sandusky at Penn State and those of famed British entertainer Jimmy Savile. While both cases certainly garnered their fair share of media attention, their time in the spotlight has ended and we are led to believe that their horrific abuses were the result of a lone pedophile preying on children, while esteemed institutions turned a blind eye to their indiscretions.
Occasionally, however, the media would pick up on a story such as “Jimmy Savile was part of satanic ring,” or “Jerry Sandusky was part of pedophile ring, victim claims.” These stories seem absurd at first glance. Yet if they are investigated further, we are led down a horrific and disturbing rabbit hole of pedophiles populating positions of power in government, finance, and entertainment.
This post will lay out the evidence for an international pedophile ring of massive proportions. The information contained within is of tremendous importance, for we are sitting on our very own modern holocaust, a holocaust of children. I promise that this statement is by no means an exaggeration, and urge you to not be scared away by these walls of text, which are as concise as possible while still conveying the necessary information. Throughout, I will be completely transparent with my sources, and will not beat you over the head with conclusions, but rather present you with evidence and let you decide for yourselves…
Earlier today, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced charges against three officials in connection with the water crisis.
Stephen Busch and Michael Prysby were arraigned today and released on $10,000 bond. They both have probable cause conferences on May 4.
Prysby was charged with two felony counts of misconduct in office, one felony count of tampering with evidence, one felony count of conspiracy to tamper with evidence, and two misdemeanors (one treatment violation under the Michigan Safe Drinking Water Act and one monitoring violation under the Michigan Safe Drinking Water Act).
Busch is facing one felony count of misconduct in office, one felony count of tampering with evidence, one felony count of conspiracy tampering with evidence, and two misdemeanors (one treatment violation under the Michigan Safe Drinking Water Act and one monitoring violation under the Michigan Safe Drinking Water Act).
Two state employees and one city employee face various charges in the crisis.
Monsanto manufactured over 1 billion pounds of PCBs and the company’s own documents show they continued to sell the man-made chemicals after becoming aware of the dangers to both humans as well as the environment, according to Reeve…
“Monsanto was the only manufacturer of PCB’s in the United States from 1939 until PCBs were banned in the late ‘70s,” Reeve told KGW. “During that time there’s documentary evidence that Monsanto knew that PCBs were dangerous to the environment, that they migrated from waterways to fish, from fish to birds and also to people and they, nonetheless, continued to manufacture and distribute PCBs.”…
Portland is joining Seattle, Spokane, Berkley, Oakland, San Diego, and San Jose in lawsuits against Monsanto over toxic pollutants.
“The greatest danger to the State is independent intellectual criticism.” – Murray N. Rothbard
“Beneath the rule of men entirely great, the pen is mightier than the sword.” – Edward George Bulwer Lytton
Read Propaganda, by Edward Bernays.
Read Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury.
Get rid of your television. Preferably, destroy it.
Read Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley
Clear your mind. Make a commitment to not use mind-altering substances for 90 days. If you fail, go to an AA meeting and restart the 90 days.
Read The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve – 5th Edition, by G. Edward Griffin.
Read 1984, by George Orwell.
Make your very own set of Fallacy Flash Cards from the list at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fallacies
Hold internet authors accountable by citing fallacies.
Read The Law, by Frédéric Bastiat.
Make a list of your natural rights.
Read The Constitution of the United States and The Bill of Rights.
Read Animal Farm, by George Orwell.
To discover who your two senators and one congressman really represent, do a little research at https://www.opensecrets.org/ Make a list of “your representatives” 10 biggest donors and send the lists to your senators and congressperson by email or letter.
Read War is a Racket, by Smedley D. Butler.
Read On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society, by Dave Grossman.
Watch this TED Talk, A radical experiment in empathy, by Sam Richards.