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The big four: Tech companies vs. humanity

Daily Coin | Since mid-2016 the big 4 tech companies – Google, Facebook, Twitter and, the biggest social media platform in the known universe, YouTube, have engaged in secretive/open policies of censorship.
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Minority Report: NYPD unveils plan to deploy drone fleet that will soon use facial...

Natural News | The New York City Police Department (NYPD) has a new crime-fighting tool at their disposal
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Woman forced to power home with generator after power company pulled her plug

Lexi Morgan | Woman switched out smart-meter with her own, DTE shuts her down

Rights groups demand justice as new details on DEA spying program revealed

Nadia Prupis | As new reporting by USA Today on Wednesday exposed the scope of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's two-decade secret surveillance operation against American citizens
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Trendies ready for ultimate wearable: “Chip implanted in their skin used for payments”

Mac Slavo | The Mark of the Beast is more almost here than ever before.
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“Integrated” Muslim migrants: Germans are disgusting they should all disappear

Paul Joseph Watson | "Integrated” Muslim migrants speak about how they feel

Report: Thousands of Iraqi women illegally detained, tortured, raped

Andrea Germanos | "The abuses of women we documented are in many ways at the heart of the current crisis in Iraq.”
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Psychologists urged to examine complicity in supporting abusive systems of torture in U.S. criminal...

Intellihub | Psychologists Must Choose Whether to Oppose HR Violations or Act as Bystanders
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Canadian regulated companies try to overcharge for pot: cannabis patients strike back

Lexi Morgan | Hundreds rally outside courthouse in support for medical cannabis

VA whistleblowers detail shocking retaliation by government officials

Intellihub | Whistleblowers detail a culture of retaliation that is alive and well within the VA.
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If they would feed radioactive oatmeal to little kids, what wouldn’t they do?

Melissa Dykes | Children literally fed radioactive oatmeal by government scientists

Germany in shock after “monstrous” attacks, rape by 1,000 men “of Arab or North...

Tyler Durden | “The scale of the attacks at the city’s central railway station has shocked Germany.”
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Division in the new America — Will it run rampant?

Intellihub | Two different trains of thought spark division in some cases
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Watch: Out of control cop tases man sitting down for no reason

Intellihub | Modern-day police brutality is off the charts, now, in Pennsylvania at least one police officer appears to have lost his mind altogether
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Court overrules disclosure of US ‘school of assassins’ graduates names

RT | People involved in torture, extrajudicial killings, and other violations of human rights got their training at the facility funded by US taxpayer money
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800 families file lawsuit against Saudi Arabia over 9/11

Anti-Media | In September, Congress overrode President Obama’s veto of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act
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Censorship is what happens when powerful people get scared

Liberty BlitzKrieg | The way I see it, two key events of the 21st century directly led to the situation we find ourselves in currently

Che: A Revolution in Pop Culture Misrepresentation

Sarah Backer | The truth is wearing a Guevara shirt is much like sporting a shirt with Hitler’s or Stalin’s face on it. The only difference is that the Guevara shirt is socially acceptable, thanks to the obtuseness of Hollywood.

35.8 million worldwide living in modern-day slavery: Report

Sarah Lazare | 'Modern Slavery Affects Us All,' warns study by Australian anti-slavery NGO
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Teacher physically abuses Autistic 12-yo then calls him an ‘idiot’: Claims lawsuit

Shepard Ambellas | 'Threw student onto floor against bookcase'
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Hollow privacy promises from major Internet Service Providers

Electronic Frontier Foundation | It’s no surprise that Americans were unhappy to lose online privacy protections earlier this month
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Torture broke CIA’s own ‘human experimentation’ rules – report

RT | The CIA’s torture program had explicit guidelines on human experimentation from 1987, according to a report
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Detroit citizens launch Detroit water brigade as battle looms with corporate monopolization of water...

J.D. Heyes | The "little people" have had enough in Detroit, and they're not taking it anymore

Sex slaves are ‘’necessary’’ to release war stress according to Japanese official

Sergey Baranov | Apparently, a Japanese court has shown a different position in regards to ‘’operating within the boundaries of law’’ by sentencing two American servicemen to prison on rape charges while being on duty at a U.S. military base in Okinawa

Escaped Scientologist Goes Public About “Cult” Brainwashing and Labor Camps

JG Vibes | A former Scientologist that was on a compound since childhood is now going public with a book and media appearances to speak about the brainwashing, child labor camps, as well as other horrors that she witnessed and experienced.
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The IRS can nix your right to travel: “They could revoke your passport on...

Mac Slavo | If you are found to be delinquent in paying your taxes,the IRS can now revoke your passport
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Julian Assange could be forced out of Ecuadoran embassy soon

NY Post | And now, his tenuous status opens him to arrest by British authorities,
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Man threatens to call cops on girl’s lemonade stand

Intellihub | 13-year-old girl told she can't have a lemonade stand without a business license by a man who threatened to call the police

Arkansas sheriff’s department with DHS deny family’s civil rights and kidnap their 7 children...

Daniel Barker | The Stanleys of Garland County, Arkansas, would be considered by most to be an average American family

Guantanamo Guards Fire ‘Non-Lethal’ Rounds at Hunger Strikers

Jacob Chamberlain | Guards at Guantanamo Bay fired four "non-lethal" rounds at prisoners on Saturday after attempting to force prisoners from communal cellblocks into isolated one-man cells—in an attempt to end an ongoing hunger strike in the secretive prison.