BREAKING: Researchers claim 100 percent cure rate vs. covid-19 — Prepare For Change – June 30, 2020

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BREAKING: Researchers claim 100 percent cure rate vs. covid-19 in 100+ patient trial conducted in Ecuador, using intravenous chlorine dioxide

From Natural News:

Preliminary data from a clinical trial involving more than 100 covid-19 patients in Ecuador has resulted in a claimed 100 cure rate within four days, according to Andreas Kalcker who is closely following the results of the effort. The tests were carried out by the Asociacion Ecuatoriana de Medicos Expertos en Medicina Integrativa, a group of integrative medicine practitioners. →

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36 Powerful Images of Women Protesters Leading from the Front Across the World – December 28, 2019

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36 Powerful Images Of Women Protesters Leading From The Front Across The World

Anuj Tiwar, India Times, Dec 26, 2019

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Celebrating the power and courage of all the women and girls across the world who have to taken to the streets for their beliefs in gender equality, violence and democratic values.

Here are some images of protests where women scripted the victory saga.

1. Jamia Millia Islamia students protesting against Citizenship Act.

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UN Special Rapporteur on torture: “Collective persecution of Julian Assange must end now” — NewsVoice.se – June 7, 2019

Professor Nils Melzer, UN Special Rapporteur on torture. Pressfoto: Eskinder Debebe for UN (News.un.org)

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“In 20 years of work with victims of war, violence and political persecution I have never seen a group of democratic States ganging up to deliberately isolate, demonise and abuse a single individual for such a long time and with so little regard for human dignity and the rule of law,”says Mr Nils Melzer“The collective persecution of Julian Assange must end here and now!”.

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BBC, Sky News Have Hidden Their Interviews With UN Expert on the Torture of Assange — June 3, 2019

 

 

 

 

By Caitlin Johnstone

UN Special Rapporteur on torture Nils Melzer has said that on the 31st of May he gave video interviews with both Sky News and the BBC on his findings that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is the victim of psychological torture. As of this writing, footage of those interviews is nowhere to be found.

In response to a smear by virulent empire propagandist Idrees Ahmad about his conducting an interview with RT, Melzer tweeted that he has given interviews to both Sky News and BBC World, but that they seem not to have been aired.

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UN Torture Report: “Demonized” Assange Has Faced “Psychological Torture” — Activist Post – May 31, 2019

By Joe Lauria

(CN) — The UN special rapporteur on torture has issued a stinging rebuke to the United States, Great Britain, Sweden and Ecuador for “deliberately” exposing WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to years of “cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment,” which can only be described as “psychological torture.”

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Unprecedented New Map Unveils Illegal Mining Destroying Amazon — Waking Times – December 12, 2018

Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch Waking Times A first-of-its-kind map has unveiled widespread environmental damage and contamination of the Amazon rainforest caused by the rise illegal mining. The survey, released Monday by the Amazon Socio-Environmental Geo-Referenced Information Project (RAISG), identifies at least 2,312 sites and 245 areas of prospecting or extraction of minerals such as gold, diamonds and coltan in six Amazonian countries—Bolivia, Brazil,……Read more

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WikiLeaks: Julian Assange Sues Ecuador For Violating “Fundamental Rights And Freedoms” — October 20, 2018

By Aaron Kesel Lawyers for Julian Assange are suing Ecuador, accusing the government of violating Assange’s “fundamental rights and freedoms.” Statement: WikiLeaks publisher @JulianAssange launches case against his continued gagging, duress https://t.co/uVQbYRlth1 pic.twitter.com/dOuX6r8Hu4 — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 19, 2018 This comes after Ecuador cut off communications with the WikiLeaks founder for months. Assange has been barred…..Read more

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(Video) This Woman Built A House From Milk Boxes — January 28, 2018

There is no doubt about it, humans have produced an astronomical amount of trash. In fact, the average American consumes about 4.4 pounds of trash every single day and America alone sent 254 million tons of trash to the landfill in 2013. Where does it all go? Thankfully, there are certain efforts in place that…Read more & video

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Ecuador Holds World Reforestation Record for Planting 647,250 Trees in a Single Day – May 27, 2017

Anna Hunt, Staff  Writer Waking Times A record set by the people of Ecuador is one of the most impressive in the Guinness Book of World Records still stands. In just one day in 2015, thousands of volunteers from around the country planted 647,250 trees in over 150 locations. Deforestation Ecuador is one of the country’s…

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Why Corporate Media Won’t Tell You What’s Being Done to the Amazon – Sept. 30, 2016

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Dylan Charles, Editor
Waking Times

Some 90% of the world’s media is controlled by a mere six corporations. The business model of this industry is dependent on advertising revenue, which means that the content they produce must serve well the bottom lines of advertisers, or more significantly, content cannot be of detriment to the profits of corporate advertisers.

This is the reason why so much of the most important news in our times goes un-noticed and under-reported on, most notably environmental news, for if our attention was sufficiently directed to these issues then we would certainly change our attitudes, priorities and behaviors, potentially harming the income streams of the biggest environmental destroyers on the planet, and the biggest advertisers.

Of particular note is the destruction being done to the Amazon, the ‘lungs of the earth’ as it is known by those who understand the value of life and the need to protect the world’s ecosystems from corporate greed. While indigenous people continue to rally around in support of Amazonian conservation, consumerism in ‘first-world’ parts of the world continues to demand resources that are increasingly being harvested from the most bio-diverse regions of the planet.

After failed conservation efforts, the Ecuadorian government has given up and as of September 2016 the state owned oil company Petroamazonas began drilling for oil in the most pristine and biodiverse region of the entire Amazon, the Yasuní. As reported by Amazon Watch:

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