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| 15 Feb 2018 | Jalen Martin, a student [senior] at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, claims that Secret Service agents visited his school a few weeks before the mass shooting unfolded yesterday. [Also, Martin notes the presence of three video cameras in each stairwell of the two exits. Within each hallway on each floor, there are two cameras. Did all of the cameras ‘malfunction,’ as they did during the 7/7 Tube attacks in London?]

Secret Service Changed Safety Protocol a Few Weeks Before Florida School Shooting


 

| 17 Feb 2018 | President Trump late Saturday suggested the FBI could have stopped the shooter who killed 17 people and injured 14 others at a High School this week if they spent less time working on the Russia investigation. “Very sad that the FBI missed all of the many signals sent out by the Florida school shooter. This is not acceptable. They are spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign – there is no collusion. Get back to the basics and make us all proud!” Trump tweeted. His comment comes after the FBI said Friday that it had failed to follow “protocols” when it received a tip earlier this year about 19-year old Nikolas Cruz, the alleged shooter who went on a rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla on Wednesday.

Trump says FBI missed Florida shooter ‘signals’ spending ‘too much time trying to prove Russian collusion’


Banks like to pretend that they’re so much more established and secure than the world of cryptocurrencies, but as anybody who pays close attention to the headlines would know…that’s just not the case…

Setting aside all of their rhetoric about embracing the blockchain, banks have mostly avoided or opposed cryptos (Goldman Sachs, sensing the opportunity for profit, is one notable exception), often citing their volatility and the ease with which they can be used to launder money as qualities that disqualify them from being taken seriously (though, as we recently witnessed with the US dollar, perhaps banks need to rework this volatility argument a bit).  Even yesterday’s announcement of the first criminal charges against a cryptocurrency trader pales in comparison to the many, many crimes that banks (or even one bank) have settled allegations of. The real answer to why the banks’ dislike cryptocurrencies is probably because they feel threatened. The recent selloff notwithstanding, the rise of cryptocurrencies has continued unabated, despite the efforts of some of the most powerful governments on Earth, while the concept is still very young, it does have potential to shake up the aging fiat system. In order to understand the race between the banks and cryptocurrencies, we developed a visual to see just how “David” is comparing to “Goliath.”

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Image: Over a million children under the age of six are currently on psychiatric drugs in America

(Natural News) Psychiatric drug use is on the rise in the U.S., with one out of every six Americans now taking some type of medication in this category. This is highly concerning given the scary side effects and poor effectiveness of many of these drugs, but there is one particularly disturbing aspect of this trend that seems to get glossed over, and that is the extraordinary number of children who are taking such drugs.

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Image: PSYCH DRUG SHOOTERS: Florida school shooter “was on medication,” reports Miami Herald, just like nearly all other mass shooters

(Natural News) Nearly every mass shooting over the last 20 years has one thing in common… and it’s not GUNS.

It’s actually psychiatric medications.

And now, to no one’s surprise, we are learning that Nikolas Cruz, the shooter who killed 17 students and staff at a Florida high school, was reportedly taking mental health medications, reports the Miami Herald.

In a story entitled, “Florida school shooting suspect was ex-student who was flagged as threat,” the Miami Herald describes Nikolas Cruz as “a troubled teen with few friends and an obsessive interest in weapons.”

The story quotes Barbara Kumbatovich, an in-law of the family, who “said she believed Nikolas Cruz was on medication to deal with his emotional fragility.”

Other media sources — even the Washington Post — have reported Cruz was treated in a “mental health” clinic, which are of course well known for dosing up patients with mind-altering, psychiatric drugs.

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As tensions mount over the South China Sea shipping corridor which handles $5 trillion in annual trade, China has finally rolled out its Chengdu J-20 stealth fighter jet which some have compared to the United States’ F-22 Raptor.

The new jet is rumored to have already been deployed to the South China Sea along with several of China’s Su-35s, to take part in a joint combat patrol over the region, according to the Chinese Ministry of Defense whose release did not mention the J-20.

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The fourth-generation medium and long-range fighter jet made it’s maiden flight in 2011 and was first shown to the public at a November, 2016 air show in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province.

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Worrying Signs


Time Is A Human Invention



Speaking to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Assistant Secretary of Defense Randall Schriver on Tuesday revealed that the Pentagon expects the cost of the Afghan War in 2018 to come to $45 billion.

Assistant Secretary of Defense Randall Schriver and Deputy Secretary of Defense John Sullivan

This obviously is subject to change, in the face of more probable escalations. The cost includes $13 billion in direct cost for US troops already committed, $5 billion to prop up Afghanistan’s own struggling military, and other funding for logistics, aid projects, and other assorted expenses.

That’s a lot of money to throw at the war in its 16th year, and there is a lot of questioning of the merits among senators of both parties, concerned that yet another doubling down on a war long since lost may not be the most prudent of courses.

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| 05 Feb 2018 | Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II said he will not stop the Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) from conducting autopsies of children who are suspected to have died as a result for receiving shots of the anti[sic]-dengue vaccine Dengvaxia. The Secretary reacted to the calls of Doctors for Public Welfare (DPW) which included former Department of Health (DOH) chief Esperanza Cabral who urged Aguirre to order a stop to the autopsies being conducted by the PAO. Aguirre has issued Department Order (DO) No. 792 dated December 12, 2017 which directed the PAO “to extend free legal assistance in civil, criminal and administrative cases to all possible victims of Dengvaxia [vaccine] related injuries, illnesses and deaths.”

Philippines: DOJ won’t stop Public Attorney’s Office autopsy of children who got vaccine


–Joei Smith, 33, got the flu shot in December and passed his physical days later –But that week he started to feel dizzy and weak at work; he went to urgent care –At hospital he was diagnosed with flu, sepsis, pneumonia and kidney failure

| 07 Feb 2018 | A man is set to lose his fingers and toes today after a month-long battle with the flu. Joei Smith, 33, was told he had just 24 hours to live when he arrived at the ER in Dallas, Texas, on December 29. Smith, a self-confessed ‘gym head’, had got the flu vaccine early in the season, and was in top shape during his annual physical in mid-December. But a week later, he started feeling dizzy at work, and that slowly turned into weakness.

Healthy gym fanatic set to lose all his fingers and toes after catching the FLU after getting the FLU VACCINE and being told he was in ‘top shape’ at his physical days earlier


 

The Enewetak Atoll, a concrete dome, holding the radioactive waste of 43 nuclear explosions is leaking into the ocean, veterans have warned

  • The Enewetak Atoll was used by the US to test weapons between 1948 and 1958
  • More than 8,000 people would later work to clean up these Pacific islands
  • This shifted 110,000 cubic yards of contaminated soil and debris into a crater
  • But now, with the dome weathered by decades of exposure, it’s feared rising seas and storms could see radiation leaking into the ocean

 


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