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Wireless Radiation: Russian Government Recommends Banning Wi-Fi and Cell Phones in Primary Schools

On July 17th, 2020, the Russian Ministry of Health published recommendations to schools to ban the use of Wi-Fi and cell phones in elementary schools. The Medical Department of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, prepared the recommendations together with the Russian Ministry of Health. The …

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America Invades America

So apparently U.S. President Donald Trump has “invaded Oregon” according to the Mainstream Media and even the governor of the state in question Kate Brown who is not surprisingly a Democrat. This is in reference to the Federal Government sending in agents to arrest protestors often by just dragging them …

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The New Cold War Heats Up

At this time of all times, when the world is staggering from the shattering effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, it would be sensible for nations to pull together in order to devise policies and practicalities to counter and defeat the devastation that is taking place and seems likely to increase.  Now …

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Who Will Come to America’s Rescue? A Nation Under Internal Threat, Engulfed in an Unprecedented Crisis…

USA needs help. Let’s face it: our democratic institutions aren’t working well; our president is behaving like a depraved, spiteful monarch; our police, with almost 19,000 independent units nationwide, are unmanageable; our unprecedented social and economic divides are growing; the health of our citizens is declining; new digital platforms are …

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The Militarization of Strategic Waterways: US- India War Games Contemplated. Aggressive “Signal to China”

“Whoever attains maritime supremacy in the Indian Ocean would be a prominent player on the international scene.” (US Navy Geostrategist Rear Admiral Alfred Thayus Mahan (1840-1914)) Among Washington’s strategic objectives is the militarization of major seaways, extending from the Mediterranean to South Asia and the Far East, through the Suez Canal, the Red Sea, the Gulf of Aden, …

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