White Helmets banned from entering US for 2017 Oscars, Hollywood dreams dashed

LOS ANGELES (WeAreChange) — Syrian cinematographer Khaled Khateeb, who helped produce the Oscar-nominated propaganda documentary short The White Helmets, has reportedly been barred from entering the United States after officials found “derogatory information” about him. Consequently, the 21-year-old will not be attending the 2017 Oscars to be held in Los Angeles. The Associated Press reported: Khateeb was scheduled to arrive Saturday in Los Angeles on a Turkish Airlines flight departing from Istanbul. But his plans have been upended after U.S. officials reported finding “derogatory information” regarding Khateeb. Derogatory information is a broad category that can include anything from terror connections to passport...

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Cornell Student Exposes the GMO Propaganda that is Pushed in University

Article Via: Alt Healthworks My name is Robert, and I am a Cornell University undergraduate student. However, I’m not sure if I want to be one any more. Allow me to explain. Cornell, as an institution, appears to be complicit in a shocking amount of ecologically destructive, academically unethical, and scientifically deceitful behavior. Perhaps the most potent example is Cornell’s deep ties to industrial GMO agriculture, and the affiliated corporations such as Monsanto. I’d like to share how I became aware of this troubling state of affairs. Throughout my secondary education, I’ve always had a passion for science. In...

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Karma Hits Bill Maher After Taking Responsibility For Milo Yiannopoulos’s Fall Video Surfaces Of Him Defending Pedophilia

Bill Maher has been taking credit for Milo Yiannopoulos’ fall interviewing Yiannopoulos on his show “Real Time” days before Milo’s infamous comments were leaked, but Maher’s own past may come back to haunt him. In 1998 Bill Maher defended pedophilia in a much worse way than Yiannopoulos these types of jokes aren’t funny by anyone.

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GOP draft of Obamacare repeal plan could leave 20 Million people without insurance

A new GOP draft for repealing Obamacare indicates that as many as 20 million Americans could lose insurance. Politico’s Paul Demko on Friday presented a draft of the bill drafted by House Republicans that would repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. While the details of the draft are not final, it is a widespread plan that would take apart crucial aspects of Obamacare, particularly Medicaid expansion and taxes that currently fund the health care law. Larry Levitt – senior VP at the non-partisan Kaiser Family Foundation added: “A substantial number of people could lose coverage because it’s no longer affordable.” The draft...

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Bloomberg Saleswoman Sues Over Rape, Drug Culture By Former Bloomberg Manager

 A former Bloomberg sales executive allegedly drugged, raped and harassed a saleswoman on his staff twice during her time with the conglomerate the 58-page civil lawsuit filed in Bronx, New York claims. The lawsuit exposes a sick culture at Bloomberg and exposes disgusting harassment of a former manager. The lawsuit claims civil rights violations, sexual harassment, a hostile work environment, and sexual discrimination. The New York Post reported that Nick Ferris, a former global business development head at Bloomberg attacked a 22-year-old unnamed woman identified only as Margaret Doe. The first attacked happened in February 2013 after the pair...

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Indiana Officials Expose Evidence of Electoral Hacking by the DHS

Article Via: The Daily Sheeple According to a report published by the Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group, the Department of Homeland Security, under the Obama administration, attempted to hack the Indiana State electoral system nearly 15,000 times. The news comes in the wake of months of post-election talk the Russians helped Donald Trump get elected, thwarting any chance of Hillary Clinton to win in November of 2016. Yet even with the bipartisan parade of politicians, including former president Barack H. Obama, Lindsey Graham, John McCain, and others, the American people have not been presented one shred of evidence...

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WATCH: Israel Creates A Remote Controlled Flying Car Called The Cormorant

In an amazing new revolutionary technological advancement, Israel has finally achieved what others have only set out to do and created the world’s first remote-controlled flying car. In a video posted to youtube by The Israel Project, the team demonstrates the flying car called the Cormorant that looks like something you would see in a sci-fi movie or the old tv show The Jetsons. After, 15 years of development and more than 200 flights Urban Aeronautics, based in central Israel, hopes to bring the Cormorant into the public market by 2020. Formerly known as Air Mule, the drone is about the...

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Protestors in Florida Arrested for Blocking Pipeline as Last Stand at Standing Rock Unfolds

Article Via: AntiMedia As protesters at the site of the Dakota Access Pipeline make their last stand against police crackdowns ordered by North Dakota’s governor to evacuate their campsites, protesters in Florida are also continuing their fight against another contentious pipeline. Two protesters, Nicolas Segal-Wright, 26, and Karrie Kay Ford, 29, were arrested Wednesday after placing themselves 250-feet into a segment of the Sabal Trail Transmission pipeline, a joint project between Spectra Energy Corp., NextEra Energy Inc., and Duke Energy. According to ClickOrlando, a local Florida outlet, Marion County Sheriff’s office said Segal-Wright and Ford used a “device to...

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Arizona Senate Republicans Seek to Legalize Asset Forfeiture Against Protestors

Article Via: The Daily Sheeple If Republicans in Arizona’s senate have their way, police in that state could soon have the power to seize assets and property from protesters, the Arizona Capitol Times reports. From a February 22 article: Claiming people are being paid to riot, Republican state senators voted Wednesday to give police new power to arrest anyone who is involved in a peaceful demonstration that may turn bad — even before anything actually happened. SB1142 expands the state’s racketeering laws, now aimed at organized crime, to also include rioting. And it redefines what constitutes rioting to include actions...

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Off-Duty Florida Cop Pulls Gun on Driver Towing her Personal Vehicle Which was Illegally Parked

Article Via: The Free Thought Project Orange County, FL — If your vehicle was being towed for being illegally parked and you pulled a gun on the tow truck driver and demanded he put it down, you would be arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. However, if you do this as a police officer, you get a vacation. Deputy Tracy Weiss with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department was given a slap on the wrist this week after begin caught on video accosting a tow truck driver. The incident happened in April of last year. However, the ‘investigation’ wasn’t...

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Emails show close ties between new EPA head Scott Pruitt and energy firms

The close relationship between Scott Pruitt, the new administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, and fossil fuel interests including the billionaire Koch brothers has been highlighted in more than 7,500 emails and other records released by the Oklahoma attorney general’s office on Wednesday. Late Thursday night, February 16th, a judge in Oklahoma ordered thousands of letters between Pruitt and fossil fuel companies be made public. It’s a request he’s denied for more than two years until the judge said he must comply. Republicans rushed to get Pruitt confirmed on Friday by the Senate — before the release of his email records — despite Democrats’...

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Donald Trump’s Number 1 Foreign Policy Challenge Escalating NOW

While very few people talk about the serious threat unfolding right now in Eastern Ukraine while the two world super powers position for influence. We give you the full story of what is happening right now with the face-off between U.S President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. For videos like this support us on

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Regulations have Made the Practice of Medicine an Obstacle Course of Criminality

Article Via: The Daily Sheeple This criminalization of everyday life is not just insanely costly and insanely counter-productive–it’s insanely punitive. The average person has little exposure to the criminalization of everyday enterprise in America via over-regulation and outsized penalties for even accidental violations of rules and regulations. One field that continues to be burdened with excessive/counter-productive regulations and outsized penalties is the practice of medicine. I received the following email from a physician correspondent: “As you will see, physicians have to deal with the federal government’s increasingly crazy and copious rules (like which patients they can screen for disease...

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A New Perspective on Depression – Perhaps We’ve Had it Wrong all Along

Article Via: AntiMedia The phenomenon of depression is among the most common psychological disorders in the United States. It is estimated that about 16 million Americans experience a depressive episode every year, while around 350 million (5% of the world’s population) suffer from some form of depression. The symptoms vary from weight gain, weight loss, insomnia, and oversleeping to an inability to feel pleasure, sadness, and loss of focus. The causes for depression vary as well, but common depressive episodes revolve around major events such as death, illness, and loss. The general understanding within the medical community is that...

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