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originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
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.....What is happening in Switzerland is just the tip of the iceberg – the visible part is the international articulation of big corporations, and the taking over of public space for political decisions by the world corporate oligarchy. We have to be vigilant and well organized to defend our waters, our earth and our society from the corporate attack on the common good….Globalresearch.ca
The Foundation will also be a bridge between the scientific and diplomatic communities, hence its strategic placement in Geneva, which houses several international organizations, from the UN to the World Trade Organization.
...These researchers chose Switzerland because it's a neutral country so charged particles should have no effect. A Black Hole created there may consume the rest of Europe or even the entire solar system while leaving the Switzerland intact. They think they're safe.
This entire phenomena has been known for decades but most studiously ignored by the demented experimenters at CERN. The letter above was written to U.S. President Calvin Coolidge by a group of scientists urging the development of the ultimate Death Ray. President Coolidge refused to fund the project so this cabal of reckless researchers moved their labs to Switzerland to continue their work in secret.
Switzerland is primarily a destination and, to a lesser extent, a transit country for women and children trafficked for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation and forced labor. One NGO reported that roughly 50 percent of the trafficking victims counseled in Switzerland came from Eastern Europe; 27 percent were from Latin America; 14 percent were from Asia; and the remaining nine percent came from Africa.
According to Tom Riedel, the former president and current secretary of Watkin's company, N.T. Technology, Brennan and Watkins formed a business partnership.
"N.T. Tech provided the domain name and hardware, [Brennan] is responsible for software and growing the community," said Riedel by email. "Right now it doesn't make enough to pay for itself, but hopefully someday it will."
originally posted by: SouthernGift
originally posted by: Creep Thumper
Why in the world does a medical facility need a cyclotron?
I think that's a terrible idea.
there are little mini cerns located in hospitals across the globe!
healthcare reform- electronic health record- algorithm- CERN -AI - transhumanism
There’s a lot of gaps to fill in
Just a rough draft of mine.
originally posted by: SKEPTEK
Pocahonta... I mean Elizabeth Warren is tweeting about dogs.
originally posted by: RadioRobert
This is interesting. ThinkProgress is basically shuttering. They are reportedly going to lose $3M this year.
Wasn't there a story about how several "news" organizations were laying off people en masse all around the same month? And people had found an EO or something else from the Obama administration that had $X budgeted and allocated for a set time period (16 months? Hazy memory) which just happened to coincide with the time between the funding implemented and the layoffs starting?
Interesting how such a well-known and otherwise successful group could find itself losing $3M a year. Gross mismanagement or maybe they, too were built to rely on said funding?
On February 1, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Vice Media would be laying off 10 percent of its staff, or approximately 250 workers, as part of a reorganization effort; just hours later, the Miami New Times reported that McClatchy, which operates newspapers across the country, had offered voluntary buyouts to 450 workers. These reports come just one week after Verizon (which owns HuffPost, Yahoo, and AOL) laid off seven percent of its staff, including Pulitzer Prize-finalist Jason Cherkis; BuzzFeed cut 15 percent of its workforce, decimating entire verticals; and the Gannett Company, which owns more than 1,000 daily and weekly newspapers across the country, eliminated approximately 400 jobs.
In sum, that comes to at least 2,100 jobs that are either eliminated or will be soon...
Specifically, FP reported:
For decades, a so-called anti-propaganda law prevented the U.S. government’s mammoth broadcasting arm from delivering programming to American audiences. But on July 2, that came silently to an end with the implementation of a new reform passed in January. The result: an unleashing of thousands of hours per week of government-funded radio and TV programs.
In other words, propaganda.
Prior to lifting the ban, programming created by the Broadcasting Board of Governors and distributed via outlets like Voice of America and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty could only be listened to or watched in foreign countries. Those restrictions were implemented under provisions of the Smith-Mundt Act, also known formally as the U.S. Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948, a piece of legislation that authorized government propaganda activities (often referred to colloquially as “public diplomacy”).
The act was “modernized” in 2012 and passed as part of the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act.
According to Jones, provisions of the act expired last week, ironically at the same time that mass layoffs across what can only be described accurately as Left-wing media companies. He theorized that the U.S. government, under Obama, authorized funding that went to many of the media outlets now laying off thousands of reporters.
The funding effort was apparently reintroduced in November 2016 — just days after POTUS Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton — by Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio), who introduced a provision included in the National Defense Authorization Act of 2017 for $160 million “over two years,” according to VOANews.
The funding just ran out, Jones says.