Non-Elite Humans Are Daring To Create Their Own Narratives

Authored by Michael Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, Somewhere between the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein and his extremely suspicious death in a Department of Justice operated prison, the public learned that an FBI intelligence bulletin published by the bureau’s Phoenix field office mentioned for the first time that conspiracy theories pose a domestic terrorism threat. This was followed up last week by a Bloomberg article discussing a new project by the U.S. military (DARPA) to…

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Crypto Needs Less Government Regulation – Not More

A recent opinion article by Peter Lin, “Why Regulation Is The Best Thing For Crypto,” presents common arguments on why the state and state-affiliated institutions should administer cryptocurrency. Underlying the arguments is an assumption: the free market cannot provide necessary standards for crypto and the state must step into the void. Also read: Why the Birth of Bitcoin Can Be Traced Back to 1971 The Case Against Greater Crypto Regulation…

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Bangkok is the world’s most visited city again, fourth year in a row

Bangkok is again the world’s most-visited city for the fourth consecutive year, beating out Paris and London. The rankings are compiled annually by Mastercard. Welcoming around 22.7 million international visitors, Bangkok ranked as the top destination for global travellers this year. Many of Bangkok’s visitors originate from these top five destinations, listed in order: Mainland China, Japan, South Korea, India and the United Kingdom. Popular attractions include the Grand Palace,…

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Kittens Found Huddled Together in Backyard, Get Help Just in Time

Two kittens were found huddled together in a backyard. They have been each other’s biggest support. Carol @thekittennanny Carol, a foster volunteer of the Humane Society of Valdosta (in Georgia), was contacted about two tiny kittens who desperately needed rescue. A Good Samaritan found four kittens abandoned in her yard. She waited for the cat mother but she never returned. Two of the kittens lost their fight despite her best…

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Hurricane Dorian Updates: At least one dead, ‘Catastrophic Damage’ reported as storm crawls toward U.S. coast

HURRICANE DORIAN– The strongest storm anywhere on the planet this year — is leaving “catastrophic damage” in its wake as it makes its way across the Bahamas, where it’s claimed at least one life. At around 4 a.m. on Monday morning, the National Hurricane Center tweeted out its latest advisory. 6 AM EDT Tropical Cyclone Update on Hurricane #Dorian: Eye of Dorian Wobbling over Grand Bahama Island. https://t.co/1xVT0k15aM pic.twitter.com/vqJuHwgvas —…

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This is the ‘total devastation’ Hurricane Dorian left behind on 2 islands in the Bahamas

Hurricane Dorian, now a still-dangerous Category 2 storm, finally left the Bahamas on Tuesday after nearly two days hovering over two islands in particular, Abaco Island and Grand Bahama, as a Category 5 monster, the strongest storm ever recorded in the Bahamas. Seven people have been confirmed dead from Dorian and the death toll is expected to rise. “It looks completely flattened,” Lawson Bates, a staffer for the nonprofit MediCorps,…

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Best DSLR cameras under Rs 50,000 in India for September 2019

If you are looking to practice beginner level photography and need a feature-rich DSLR,  cameras under Rs 50,000 can suffice. Fortunately, Canon, Nikon and now Sony do have their best offerings in the price range in India. As this is a more beginner segment, ease of use is also prioritized as these could be your first DSLR with a changeable lens.  These companies have some real value for money DSLR…

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Child Sex Offenders Could Face Life Behind Bars Under New Laws

PA/The Carly Ryan Foundation Child sex offenders could face life behind bars under a new legislation set to be introduced in Australian federal parliament next week.  It’s been revealed approximately one in three child sex offenders don’t spend any time in prison for their actions in Australia, but the new law would leave judges with no choice but to put paedophiles behind bars. Under the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Sexual Crimes…

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Research confirms fluoride lowers children’s IQ

The August 19, 2019, issue of JAMA Pediatrics1 delivered an unexpected bombshell: A U.S. and Canadian government-funded observational study found that drinking fluoridated water during pregnancy lowers children’s IQ. The research, led by a Canadian team of researchers at York University in Ontario, looked at 512 mother-child pairs living in six Canadian cities. Fluoride levels were measured through urine samples collected during pregnancy. They also estimated the women’s fluoride consumption…

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What Will Happen to Us Before 2025?

The 21st century is the age of rapid technological progress, and we’re advancing at a mind-blowing rate. So what do you think our world will look like by 2025? It’s only a little bit more than 5 years from now, but by various accounts, it’s going to be really exciting in 5 years. Solar panels will beat fossil fuels in energy output, becoming the largest source of energy on the…

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