Dozens of ‘Extinct’ Creatures Found Alive in ‘Lost City’ Deep Within Rainforest

(TMU) — A specialized team of conservation scientists has found what appears to be a hidden oasis deep in the rainforest of Honduras that’s teeming with dozens of rare and endangered creatures. The remote settlement, known…

  Amazon, Google and Facebook warrant antitrust scrutiny for many reasons – not just because they’re large

There’s a growing chorus of U.S. politicians, antitrust scholars and consumer watchdogs calling for stricter antitrust treatment of Amazon, Google, Facebook and other tech giants. Some even say they should be broken up. Most recently, U.S. lawmakers launched a sweeping…

  UK Approved $18 Million in Arms Sales to Israel During Deadly Gaza Protests

(MEE) — The British government licensed arms deals worth over £14m ($17.8m) to Israel last year even as Israeli soldiers were accused of intentionally firing on Palestinian protesters at the Gaza border in what the UN says may be potential…

  Citizens Now Face Up to $500 ‘Speeding Tickets’ for Riding BICYCLES Over 15 MPH

(Support Free Thought) – Denver, CO — In a likely move to bolster the city’s bottom line, Denver Park Rangers are stepping up efforts to catch people speeding. No, they aren’t going after cars driving…

  Google Using AI To Meddle In 2020 Election, Prevent ‘Next Trump Situation’: Veritas

A new undercover exposé by Project Veritas reveals that the company is programming its machine learning algorithms in order to avoid the “next Trump situation.” “We all got screwed over in 2016, again it wasn’t…

  NY Times admits it sends stories to US government for approval before publication

The New York Times casually acknowledged that it sends major scoops to the US government before publication, to make sure “national security officials” have “no concerns.” By Ben Norton The New York Times has publicly…

  Major face surveillance company announces dystopian new tracking tech

Since 2006, the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles has used face surveillance technology to try to weed out fraudulent license applicants. From day one, the RMV has allowed law enforcement agencies across Massachusetts and the…

  George Soros Receives Joseph A. Schumpeter Award

Earlier today, George Soros, the chair and founder of the Open Society Foundations, was presented with the globalist (in the worst sense of the term) Joseph A. Schumpeter Award for innovative achievements in the field…

  Walmart uses AI camera tech to track checkout theft at 1,000 stores

Walmart’s early use of AI at its stores isn’t just for the sake of convenience. The retailer has confirmed to Business Insider that it’s using camera-based computer vision tech to deter theft and losses at its checkouts (including self-checkouts) in over 1,000 stores….

  The West’s Losing Battle for Hong Kong

Another pivotal battle is being fought over Hong Kong between Beijing and political forces backed by the special administrative region’s former British colonial masters. At the heart of the battle is a proposed law that…

  No evidence Islamic State had foreknowledge of Sri Lanka bombings, says official

It is not at all clear that the Islamic State and its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who claimed responsibility of the Sri Lanka bombings in April, had foreknowledge of the attacks, according to a top…

  US-China Economic Warfare: Chinese Enterprises Blacklisted by the US

The US considers China a strategic adversary. Waging war on the China by other means makes reconciling major bilateral differences all the harder. According to a US Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) document, 143…

  Google’s Chrome Web Browser “Has Become Spy Software”

Google’s Chrome is essentially spy software according to Washington Post tech columnist Geoffrey Fowler, who spent a week analyzing the popular browser and concluded that it “looks a lot like surveillance software.”  Fowler has since switched to Mozilla’s Firefox because of…

  Dead On Arrival: A Brief Post-Mortem On The US’ Regime-Change Operation In Venezuela

Source: Joaquin Flores via The Strategic Culture Foundation They say hindsight is 20/20, and nothing exemplifies that more than the kind of post-mortem that can be done on the failed attempt by the US to overthrow…

  US cyber attacks on Iranian targets not successful, Iran minister says

US cyber attacks against Iranian targets have not been successful, Iran’s telecoms minister said on Monday, within days of reports that the Pentagon had launched a long-planned cyber attack to disable his country’s rocket launch…

  ‘Death To America’: Iran Is Poised To Unleash Hordes Of Hezbollah Terrorists On U.S. Soil

If the U.S. goes to war with Iran, we won’t just be fighting the Iranian military.  In recent years, Hezbollah has grown into the most powerful terror organization that the world has ever seen.  It…

  The Drone Iran Shot Down Is A Quarter Billion Dollar Surveillance Monster

The US drone that Iran shot down over the Strait of Hormuz last week is an RQ-4A Global Hawk, a $220 million surveillance monster in the sky, Wired reported. According to Iran, the Northrup Grumman-made…

  A $25 Raspberry Pi Was Used To Hack NASA’s Mission System

By Mayukh Saha / Truth Theory In another bizarre ‘How on earth was it possible?’ news, one of NASA’s labs was hacked last year by a $25 Raspberry Pi Device. This news comes after a survey…

  A $25 Raspberry Pi Was Used To Hack NASA’s Mission System

By Mayukh Saha / Truth Theory In another bizarre ‘How on earth was it possible?’ news, one of NASA’s labs was hacked last year by a $25 Raspberry Pi Device. This news comes after a survey…

  Hundreds Of 737 Max Pilots Sue Boeing Over ‘Unprecedented Cover-Up”

Over 400 pilots have joined a class-action lawsuit against Boeing, accusing the company of an “unprecedented cover-up” of “known design flaws” on the company’s top-selling 737 MAX, according to the Australian Broadcasting Company.  The MAX, first put…

  Hundreds Of 737 Max Pilots Sue Boeing Over ‘Unprecedented Cover-Up”

Over 400 pilots have joined a class-action lawsuit against Boeing, accusing the company of an “unprecedented cover-up” of “known design flaws” on the company’s top-selling 737 MAX, according to the Australian Broadcasting Company.  The MAX, first put…

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