Medical Drug Effects in a World Organized on Scarcity by Jon Rappoport, investigative reporter, – June 13, 2017

Jon Rappoport, Guest Waking Times First, I want to give you a quick overview of the devastating effects of medical drugs. The article is, “The Epidemic of Sickness and Death from Prescription Drugs.” The author is Donald Light, who teaches at Rowan University, and is the 2013 recipient of ASA’s [American Sociological Association’s] Distinguished Career Award…

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3 Questions You’re Not Supposed to Ask About Life in a Sick Society – May 30, 2017

“It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” ~ J. Krishnamurti

Society is directed by a never-ending mainstream narrative which is always evolving, and always reaching new dramatic peaks in sensationalism and hype. They fill your mind with topics they select, they keep your attention on these topics, and they invite and encourage you to argue amongst each other about these topics. In this way our collective attention is permanently commandeered, preventing us from diving too deeply into matters which have more than a superficial impact on day-today life.

Free-thinking is the ability and willingness to explore of ideas and areas of the mind which are yet undiscovered or are off-limits. It is a vanishing art that is deliberately being stamped out by a control system which demands conformity, acquiescence and obedience of body, mind, and spirit.  

For your consideration, here are three questions you’re not supposed to ask about life in our profoundly sick society.

1. Who owns the money supply, and the world’s debt?

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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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More than 700 Oil Spills in North Dakota Reported in the Same Month Pipeline Opens – Waking Times – May 25, 2017

Alex Pietrowski Waking Times There’s more reason to be concerned about the Dakota Access Pipeline than you may think. The distress expressed by water protesters at Standing Rock is not just for the sake of opposing big oil. There is a valid reason: the prevalence of oil spills in North Dakota. To emphasize this possibility, let’s take…

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Remarkable Beach Cleanup Removes 5.3 Million Kg of Trash, Transforms Coastline – May 23, 2017

Anna Hunt Waking Times This is one of the most dramatic beach makeovers, ever. Over a span of 85 weeks, resident volunteers in north western Mumbai, India, transformed Versova beach from one of the most littered to absolutely stunning. The beach cleanup removed 5.3 million kilograms of trash, which is over half of the daily garbage generated by…

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Gynecologist Gives 10 Reasons Women Should Quit Taking Birth Control Pills – May 23, 2017

Christina Sarich, Staff WriterWaking Times Millions of women are prescribed birth control pills every day to prevent pregnancy or to control a hormonal imbalance, but Dr. Sara Gottfried, a practicing gynecologist, is convinced women have been sold a pack of lies when it comes to these top-selling pharmaceutical drugs. Here’s why. First, you should know…

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Hawaii Seeks a Ban on Chemical Sunscreens in Effort to Save Coral Reefs – May 16, 2017

Save Coral Reefs

Vic Bishop, Staff Writer Waking Times Around the world ocean’s coral reefs are dying as a result of bleaching, water temperature increases, poor stewardship, vandalism, tourism, and pollution, and worldwide attention is needed to protect them. Now, in an effort to save coral reefs, Hawaii is making an effort to ban certain chemical sunscreens for the…

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