‘100yrs to repair Gaza’: Oxfam says blockade remains, aid almost non-existent
“situation in Gaza is becoming increasingly desperate…”
by RT
Science as the New Religion
Irrational faith in corporate R&D is not science, it is a modern day cult built on old, shameless tricks.
by Tony Cartalucci

Hillary Clinton Exposed Part 2 – Clinton Foundation Took Millions From Countries That Also Fund ISIS
The latest ISIS conflict is the most Orwellian and terrifying.
by Michael Krieger
Report: 100% of Corn in These Popular Chips is ‘Completely GMO’
Usual suspects appear behind popular chip brand.
by Christina Sarich

Saudi Arabia Says It Might Help Israel Attack Iranian Nuclear Sites
Saudi Arabia’s eastern Persian Gulf border only 100 miles from Iran’s Bushehr nuclear site.
by Taylor Tyler
Washington Has Destroyed Trust Between Nuclear Powers, Thus Raising The Specter Of War
How can the Russian government trust Washington?
by Paul Craig Roberts

Iran begins massive naval drill test firing more than 20 new missiles
“The military drills and the military might of Iran sends out the message of peace and friendship…”
by Vasudevan Sridharan
Elites Want To Destroy The Earth In Order To Save It
Globalists pose as saviors to problems they create.
by Infowars.com


The Greek Resistance
Greece and Germany are locked into a new conflict that has reawakened old ghosts.
by Aljazeera
Dow Jones Industrial Average Drops 100 Points As Fears Mount Ahead Of Greek Bailout Announcement
“I feel certain that the Greek letter for a six-month extension of the loan agreement with the conditionalities that accompany it will be accepted.”
by Jessica Menton

Islam: Secret Weapon Of The Globalists
Governments radicalize Islam to use as “bogey man” threat.
by Infowars.com
Deaths from Prescription Painkillers Triple in 20 Years – What’s Going On?
The deaths of Philip Seymour Hoffman and Heath Ledger may have grabbed headlines, but there is a far larger tragedy behind America’s recreational painkiller epidemic.
by Ella Jameson

Germany rejects Greece request for loan extension
Greece needs unanimous backing from the other 18 eurozone finance ministers to secure a deal.
by Jennifer Rankin and Helena Smith
Russians Feel the Pinch of Rising Food Prices as Inflation Bites
Prices for these products rose 40 percent, 67 percent, and 24 percent, respectively, since January last year.
by Moscow Times

Indian workers awarded millions after US firm found guilty of trafficking
Five men awarded $14m after being lured to US to help repair damage after Hurricane Katrina.
by Reuters
Libya crisis ‘created by NATO intervention’
Possible alliances between local militias and ISIS militants.
by World Bulletin