According to the documentary, “The Big Secret,” unethical profiteering on the public’s health can be traced back to John D. Rockefeller, (1839–1937) a wealthy U.S. industrialist credited with creating much of our current medical system. Specifically, Rockefeller’s foundations along with the Carnegie foundation, revamped medical schools to emphasize the use of drugs made by companies they owned, instead of a less-drug intensive model that had been in use in schools.
This “drugs first” approach to health care continues today at medical schools and in traditional medical practice, both of which are enmeshed with Big Pharma. The “patent medicines” Rockefeller pushed have simply been replaced by brand name drugs.
Political parties no longer support the people, and it’s hard to say if they ever really did. Government and politics are now simply, as president Theodore Roosevelt emphasized, “tools of corrupt interests which use them in martialling [sic] to serve their selfish purposes.” He flat out stated that “Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people.
Manning is not being punished for any crime, nor has she been charged with a crime. Rather, she is being held in contempt of court for refusing—on principle and courageously—to testify before a star chamber grand jury impaneled to railroad journalist and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange into a US prison, or worse.
At the time of his death, Patton was America’s highest-ranking military officer stationed on the European continent and certainly one of our most famous war-heroes. But he had bitterly clashed with his civilian and military superiors over American policy towards the Soviets, whom he viewed with intense hostility. He died the day before he was scheduled to return home to America, there planning to resign his commission and begin a major national speaking-tour denouncing our political leadership and demanding a military confrontation with the USSR.
Free speech has been on the chopping block for a long time. Journalists are already silenced and have to ask the government for permission before running stories while alternative media is censored and blocked by Google’s search algorithms. But now it’s getting worse, and Congress isn’t stopping it.
With all the hyped-up BS about Political Correctness, Multiple Genders, Changing Birth Certificates to reflect Gender “X” and other heretofore unknown ‘progressive’ thinking and memes, one has to wonder what will happen with families who, in these unfortunate times, have their surnames as “White” or “Black”?
The entire US power structure is complicit in the vicious assault against Andy Ngo last Saturday. The lying press says Antifa is on the “side of right”1, prominent Democrats like Joe Biden call Antifruits"courageous"2, cops won't prosecute them, judges won’t punish them, etc. Antifa is emboldened because the Cultural Marxist scum in power have emboldened them.
Bonanza media investigative team of independent journalists take exclusive interviews with one of the suspects of downing the MH17, Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad, the colonel who collected the black boxes and much more.
A second concern about human space-flight is the huge cost. The NASA estimate for the whole Apollo programme is over $200 billion in today’s money  – for a programme lasting only a decade, and which resulted in just 6 successful Moon landings.
12bytes says: The author of this article is nearsighted to an extreme. The NASA space program may have been the most profitable venture in human history due to the technology transfer to the public sector. Environmental concerns aside, the bulk of products and materials in the modern world have resulted directly, or have benefited from the space program, including adhesives, insulation, plastics, textiles, composites, metals, electronics, medical devices, solar energy, baby diapers and much more and NASA is still at it. While there are indeed major concerns with NASA (Never A Straight Answer) as a body, in no way can it be faulted for its cost.