from Tim Pool:
by Erin Elizabeth, Health Nut News:
While it seemed that originally Italy’s current far-right Five Star Movement (M5S) government wasn’t going to require vaccines for school and that Italian Health Minister, Giulia Grillo understood choice was every parents right, something has changed.
“Under a new law from the Italian government, all unvaccinated kids under the age of six can be barred from public schools and while kids aged 6-16 cannot be banned they risk their parents having to pay a €500 ($560) fine. The ban comes amid a surge in measles cases in the European country. Among the 10 mandatory vaccinations for school, admission are shots for chicken pox, polio, mumps, rubella and of course, measles. The Lorenzin law, named for the former Italian Health Minister who introduced it, came into effect on Tuesday.”1
by Joe Lauria, Consortium News:
The social media giant has given no reason to Christine Assange who had turned to Twitter to campaign for the liberty of her son.
The Twitter account of Christine Assange, the mother of the arbitrarily detained founder of WikiLeaks, has been restricted, she told Consortium News on Tuesday.
“My Twitter account has been ‘blocked due to ‘unusual activity,’” Ms. Assange wrote in a text message. Twitter, however, has provided her no reason for its action.
Ms. Assange is a prolific user of Twitter in her campaign to free her son who has been a refugee in the Ecuador embassy in London since 2012.
by Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project:
After investigating themselves, police are claiming that a teen girl grabbed a gun while handcuffed with her hands behind her back, and shot herself in the mouth.
Chesapeake, VA — A mother is grieving and also crying foul after police say her 19-year-old daughter killed herself during a routine traffic stop. According to the mother, police told her that her daughter was handcuffed when she somehow got a gun and shot herself. Now, after “investigating themselves” police have officially closed the case despite witnesses and a video telling a different story.
by John Kiriakou, Consortium News:
Marty Gottesfeld is a reminder of the Justice Department’s determination to silence truthtellers, writes John Kiriakou.
Last year I wrote about a whistleblower from New England who took direct action to save a child’s life and who paid for it with his freedom. Marty Gottesfeld is now serving 10 years in prison for trying to save Justina Pelletier from abuse at the hands of her doctors at Children’s Hospital in Boston.
At the age of 14, Justine developed searing stomach pain and inexplicable digestive problems. Her parents took her to a series of doctors until a metabolic geneticist at Tufts Medical Center diagnosed her with mitochondrial disease, a genetic malady that can lead to weakened muscles, neurological problems and dementia.
Twitter is facing a $250 million lawsuit from Devin Nunes, President Trump has vowed to investigate Facebook’s overt censorship of Conservatives, while the Washington Post and CNN are each facing $250 million lawsuits from Covington Catholic’s Nick Sandman. The tide against these fascist companies is turning. And Q says, “You were warned @JACK, THE STRIKE WILL BE FAST.” Bob Kudla joins me to discuss.
by Simon Black, Sovereign Man:
Starting in 2021, Americans will require permission to visit Europe… technically the 26 borderless countries within Europe’s Schengen area.
The process will start out simple enough, taking about ten minutes to complete and costing around $8.
The EU estimates it will grant about 95% of the Americans who apply three years of access to the region.
But what if you are part of that unlucky 5%?
BOOM! Rep. Devin Nunes Sues Twitter for $250 Million in Damages for “Shadow-Banning” Conservatives to Influence Elections
by Jim Hoft, The Gateway Pundit:
Rep. Devin Nunes sues Twitter for $250 million in damages for censoring conservatives–
Twitter is targeting pro-Trump Republican lawmakers Matt Gaetz, Devin Nunes, Mark Meadows, Jim Jordan and John Ratcliffe with the same shadowbanning technique.
by Annie Nova, Technocracy News:
In the car where Paula Hanson lives, often parked outside a local sheriff’s station in Lancaster, California, her phone wouldn’t stop ringing.
Hanson tried to explain to the employees at Discover Bank all that had happened to her. First, she had been laid off from her job, and then her father fell ill and she moved into his house to take care of him. Shortly after he died, last year, Hanson, 62, became homeless. She simply didn’t have the money to tackle the $17,000 in credit card debt she owed Discover.
With Facebook now under federal investigation, we take a look back on its beginnings with DARPA and the CIA
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, began a total surveillance program in 2003 called LifeLog.
Interestingly, the LifeLog project was terminated at approximately the same time that Facebook was founded.