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The Demise of Dissent: Why the Web Is Becoming Homogenized

By Charles Hugh Smith In other words, we’ll be left with strictly generated and authorised feign news and “approved” dissent. We’ve all listened that the problem with the web is fake news, i.e. unsubstantiated or erring calm that’s designed to trick or boar confusion. The problem isn’t just fake news–it’s the homogenization of …

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Conspiracy Theory Confirmed: Federal Reserve Exposed Working as Arm of US Intelligence

June 29, 2017 By Rachel Blevins While some may have called it a swindling speculation at one point, a new report is shedding light on the United States Intelligence services’ friendly attribute with the nation’s executive banking structure, and how they combine to spy on unfamiliar banks. Confidential accounts within …

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New Nevada Law Legalizes Commercial Hemp Production Despite Federal Prohibition

By Michael Maharrey Tomorrow, a new Nevada law goes into outcome legalizing blurb industrial hemp prolongation in the state, despite a sovereign anathema on the same. The new policy sets the substructure to nullify federal breach in use and outcome within the state. A bipartisan bloc of 12 legislators sponsored Senate …

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