Weapons of Mass Migration 

Over 7.2 million illegal immigrants have entered the United States since President Joe Biden came into office. This record border crisis is not organic, behind it are official policies, heavy financing, and agreements between the U.S. government and the United Nations.

The world is watching different pieces of this unfold, with video of groups of illegal immigrants crossing into the United States, not trying to evade border patrol, but rather waiting to be arrested. What is being left out of the discussion is: Why?

This Epoch Original Documentary “Weapons of Mass Migration” exposes how the United States and United Nations work hand-in-hand to facilitate mass migration, which is being weaponized to destroy America.

Directed and hosted by Joshua Philipp, senior investigative reporter and host of EpochTV’s “Crossroads,” he sets out to investigate what is really taking place behind the border crisis and why is it being carried out.

The investigative journey takes him deep into the jungles of Panama, into the migrant camps in the mouth of the infamous Darien Gap, which is known as one of the most dangerous places in the world, through United Nations facilities, and alongside the programs being used to process and facilitate mass migration at the U.S.-Mexico border. Get ready for never-before-seen footage that reveals how the border crisis is manufactured and highly organized.

As the border crisis gets worse by the day, it is not just impacting local communities and towns near the border, but also communities far away. Immigration is the top issue that Americans are concerned about.

Pandemic Treaty Falters as Talks End Without Agreement

Talks on the WHO Pandemic Treaty have ended without an agreed text, with the next steps up for debate, putting the treaty at risk. The Gazette has more.

Talks to draw up a global pact to help fight future pandemics have ended without a draft agreement, sources close to the process said on Friday.

Negotiators from the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) 194 member states were hoping to have a final draft agreement by the end of Friday, with a view towards adopting the legally-binding text at the World Health Assembly later this month.

But they stopped negotiating on the text at lunchtime and have moved instead to working out how best to continue work on the treaty – either in the next few weeks, months or even years, one official said.

The aim of the document, alongside a series of updates to existing rules on dealing with pandemics, is to shore up the world’s defences against new pathogens after the COVID-19 pandemic killed millions of people.

But there have been deep disagreements throughout the negotiating process, particularly around equity, and the timeline for reaching an agreement was always ambitious, experts said. The accord, commonly known as a treaty, has also become politicised in some countries.

Worth reading in full.

The WHO issued a press release on Friday where it claimed negotiations will continue on the draft text ahead of the vote on May 27th.  Read more…   

WEF just admittied CASH will soon be Illegal, here’s how their plan works

The WEF just held a summit to discuss the banning of physical cash in favor of an all digital currency system. This is all about control and surveillance.

The Financial Incentive to Murder and Poison American Children

BOMBSHELL! Most Skin Cancer Deaths Are From LACK Of Sunlight!

The Surprising Cause of Melanoma (And No, It’s Not Too Much Sun)

Dr Joseph Mercola: Rates of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, have been rising for at least the last three decades, and this increase has been largely blamed on exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun.

However, research published in the British Journal of Dermatology shows that the sun is likely nothing more than a scapegoat in the development of melanoma, and the sharp increase may actually be “an artifact caused by diagnostic drift.”

Melanoma Increases Due to Benign Disease, Not Sunlight
Diagnostic drift, according to the study, refers to a hefty increase in disease that is being fueled by non-cancerous lesions.  The researchers revealed that, rather than being fueled by increasing exposure to sunlight as is commonly suggested, the increased incidence was almost entirely due to minimal, stage 1 disease.

They noted: “There was no change in the combined incidence of the other stages of the disease, and the overall mortality only increased from 2.16 to 2.54 cases per 100,000 per year … We therefore conclude that the large increase in reported incidence is likely to be due to diagnostic drift, which classifies benign lesions as stage 1 melanoma.”

In other words, people are being diagnosed with melanoma skin cancer even when they have only a minimal, non-cancerous lesion, and these diagnoses appear to be skewing disease rates significantly. Further, adding even more credence to the growing body of evidence showing sun exposure is not the primary cause of melanoma, the researchers noted that the distribution of the lesions reported did not correspond to the sites of lesions caused by sun exposure.

Is Lack of Sunlight a More Likely Culprit?
Despite all the bad press linking sun exposure to skin cancer, there’s almost no evidence at all to support it. There is, however, plenty of evidence to the contrary. Over the years, several studies have confirmed that appropriate sun exposure actually helps prevent skin cancer. In fact, melanoma occurrence has been found to decrease with greater sun exposure, and can be increased by sunscreens.

One of the most important facts you should know is that an epidemic of the disease has in fact broken out among indoor workers. These workers get three to nine times LESS solar UV exposure than outdoor workers get, yet only indoor workers have increasing rates of melanoma — and the rates have been increasing since before 1940.

A study in Medical Hypotheses suggested that indoor workers may have increased rates of melanoma because they’re exposed to sunlight through windows, and only UVA light, unlike UVB, can pass through window glass. At the same time, these indoor workers are missing out on exposure to the beneficial UVB rays, and have lower levels of vitamin D.  Read more…

Aspartame & Cancer Stem Cells: How This “Sweet Treat” May Drive Aggressive Tumor Growth

A concerning new study reveals the artificial sweetener aspartame could be fueling aggressive cancer growth by promoting cancer stem cell populations in one of the most hard to treat cancers.

A new study has found that long-term exposure to the artificial sweetener aspartame may promote cancer growth by increasing cancer stem cell populations in tumors. Cancer stem cells can seed new tumors and are associated with aggressive disease that is treatment-resistant. This study adds to a growing body of evidence compiled on the Greenmedinfo.com database linking aspartame to 77 distinct diseases and exhibiting 12 different modes of toxicity. Some of the most concerning diseases associated with aspartame include brain cancer, leukemia, lymphoma, and premature death. Key toxic mechanisms of aspartame include carcinogenicity, neurotoxicity, and endocrine disruption. This new research, along with prior data, suggests that aspartame may be contributing to the epidemic of chronic diseases in aspartame-consuming populations and should be avoided.

Aspartame, the ubiquitous artificial sweetener found in everything from diet sodas to sugar-free gum, has long been the subject of public and scientific controversy. While regulators and many mainstream health organizations insist it is safe, a growing body of independent research suggests otherwise. Now, a concerning new study published in the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology has found that long-term exposure to aspartame may fuel aggressive cancer growth by promoting cancer stem cell populations. Read more… 

Data forensic analyst exposes horror of data buried in EU’s drug adverse event reporting system

Earlier this month investigative journalist Sonia Elijah interviewed Dutch data expert and ethical computer hacker Wouter Aukema.  He exposed the true horrors of the trove of data buried within the European Medicines Agency’s EudraVigilance adverse event reporting system.

Aukema, who has over 30 years of experience as a data forensics analyst, teamed up with a software expert to develop a tool where they were able to download all 15 million case safety reports in the EudraVigilance database over the past 20 years.  The data includes reports for 6,000 medicinal drug products and substances, within and outside of Europe, including the experimental covid injections.

Sonia Elijah “My bombshell interview with data expert and ethical computer hacker, Wouter Aukema from the Netherlands, exposes the true horrors of the trove of data buried within the European Medicines Agency’s (“EMA’s”) EudraVigilance case safety reporting system – like never before!

Wouter Aukema, a data forensics analyst with over 30 years’ experience, teamed up with a software expert to develop a tool where they were able to download all 15 million case safety reports over the past 20 years, for 6,000 medicinal drug products and substances, within and outside of Europe, including the covid-19 experimental injections.

Up until now, the only way the scientific community had been able to analyse side effects of a specific drug was by using the highly cumbersome and opaque interface of the EMA’s database system. In the video interview, Aukema demonstrated the many problems with the system.  Read more…

The fusion of two sisters into a single woman suggests that human identity is not
in our DNA

The biologist Alfonso Martínez Arias defends that genes do not define the uniqueness of a person, citing the example of Karen Keegan, who has two genomes

Two eggs fertilized by two sperm coincided in a uterus and, instead of giving rise to two sisters, they fused to form a single person: Karen Keegan. When she was 52 years old, this woman from Boston suffered very serious kidney failure, but luckily she had three children willing to donate a kidney to her. The doctors did genetic tests to see which offspring was most compatible and they got a major surprise: the test said that two of them were not her children. The reality was even more astonishing: Karen Keegan had two different DNA sequences, two genomes, depending on the cell you looked at. Biologist Alfonso Martínez Arias maintains that this chimeric woman is conclusive proof that DNA does not define a person’s identity.  Read more…

Self-Replicating Nanobots Found in both the Vaxxed and UnVaxxed

Deceitful tactics by artificial intelligence exposed: ‘Meta’s AI a master of deception’

Artificial intelligence systems are fast becoming increasingly sophisticated, with engineers and developers working to make them as “human” as possible. Unfortunately, that can also mean lying just like a person. AI platforms are reportedly learning to deceive us in ways that can have far-reaching consequences. A new study by researchers from the Center for AI Safety in San Francisco delves into the world of AI deception, exposing the risks and offering potential solutions to this growing problem.

At its core, deception is the luring of false beliefs from others to achieve a goal other than telling the truth. When humans engage in deception, we can usually explain it in terms of their beliefs and desires – they want the listener to believe something false because it benefits them in some way. But can we say the same about AI systems?

The study, published in the open-access journal Patterns, argues that the philosophical debate about whether AIs truly have beliefs and desires is less important than the observable fact that they are increasingly exhibiting deceptive behaviors that would be concerning if displayed by a human.

The study surveys a wide range of examples where AI systems have successfully learned to deceive. In the realm of gaming, the AI system CICERO, developed by Meta to play the strategy game Diplomacy, turned out to be an expert liar despite its creators’ efforts to make it honest and helpful. CICERO engaged in premeditated deception, making alliances with human players only to betray them later in its pursuit of victory.  Read more…   

Fentanyl Becoming Deadlier, Federal Drug Agency Warns

The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) has warned that fentanyl coming into the United States is becoming more deadly.

In a report released this past week, the DEA said that there is now a “higher average purity in pills containing fentanyl” smuggled into the U.S. by Mexican drug cartels.

“In 2022, the average fentanyl pill contained 2.4 milligrams (mg) of fentanyl, ranging from a low of .03 mg to a high of 9 mg,” the agency wrote in its 2024 National Drug Threat Assessment, noting that a lethal dose is about 2 milligrams.

The DEA added that its “forensic laboratory results documented that approximately seven out of 10 fake pills contain a deadly dose of fentanyl, up from four in 10 pills in 2021.”  Read more…

The Alarming History Of Peer Review

Peer Review is a system that is central to the knowledge-making industry today

According to Dr Richard Smith, former editor-in-chief of the British Medical Journal (MMJ), peer-reviewed publications are ‘central to science’ (2006) and the main mechanism for introducing ideas into the academic world

The mechanics are simple enough. A draft article is submitted to the editorial board of a journal who determine whether the paper can or cannot be published, and if published, whether amendments should be made.

In reality, the whole process of peer review is a complex quagmire since academic careers depend on them and they have also become the litmus test of ‘truth’. 

It may be hard to conceive but until the early 1950s, there was no such thing as peer-review. Until then, most English-language STEM books and journals had been published by learned societies and were almost exclusively devoted to works published for their members.

All that changed in 1951 when a 28-year-old Robert Maxwell (pictured) purchased three-quarters of Butterworth Press for a cool £500,000 in today’s value, renaming this ‘Pergamon Press’. The initial emphasis was on Science, Technology and Medicine journals, all using Peer Review, and this led commentator, Myer Kutz (2019), to write that ‘Maxwell, justifiably, was one of the key figures — if not the key figure — in the rise of the commercial STM journal publishing business in the years after World War II’.  Read more…

From one colonial master to another; China’s ongoing takeover of Africa and its natural resources

For years, China has been playing its own part in a neo-colonial struggle for influence in Africa. Rather than seeking a military footprint on the continent as, for example, the US has done, China has been engaged in “chequebook diplomacy.”

The Secret Battle for resource rich Africa isn’t over yet, James Corbett writes. In fact, it’s just getting underway.

James Corbett:  Six years ago, I wrote ‘The Secret Battle for Africa’. In that editorial, I noted the extent of US Special Forces penetration into Africa and examined the geopolitical reality underlying this covert invasion:

Even a cursory review of the evidence shows that one important reason the US is deploying so many commandos to Africa in the first place is precisely to counter Chinese interests on the continent.

And, as I pointed out at the time, China was playing its own part in this neo-colonial struggle for influence in Africa. Rather than seeking a military footprint on the continent, however, China has been engaged in “chequebook diplomacy,” reinvesting its capital from the economic boom of recent decades in infrastructure projects and other Belt and Road initiatives in Africa.

Well, here we are six years later. How has this new scramble for influence on the African continent played out so far? And where will it go from here?

Today, let’s examine some of the key battlegrounds in the Secret Battle for Africa.  Read more…

Is It Happening? The Great Split

What is THE GREAT SPLIT? Are we very close to a fundamental shift that will change everything?  The Great Split is a period of time or event that divides the population.  We are already seeing it happening with those awakening, who are unvaxed and seeking freedom and those that just want things to stay the same and the government to tell them what to do. 

The Event That Will Change Everything

Today when you look at what’s going on in the world today none of it makes any sense it’s all crazy it makes no sense, but the system works  perfectly fine, the rich get richer and the poor get poorer and the people the masses are entertained with television and alcohol and drugs. . For the cabal to fulfil their agenda it requires the last big event. John Nolan  thinks we’re almost out of time and many can feel it and all observable signals show that there will be another worldwide event like 2020.

What do you notice about the Baltimore bridge COLLAPSE This doesn’t make sense

Something very strange is happening with the Baltimore collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge. Why are crew members being confined on the ship? Why is the FBI confiscating their phones? If there’s no attack then why isn’t the department of transportation in charge of the investigation?

Pelican Island Bridge in Galveston struck by barge, causing portion to collapse

A barge crashed into the Pelican Island Bridge in Galveston, Texas, on Wednesday, causing a section of the bridge, including railroad tracks, to smash down onto the barge, FOX 7 Austin reports.  Officials said there were no reports of injuries in the collision that occurred around 10 a.m. 

However, Galveston County Judge Mark Henry says two crew members did go overboard but were recovered from the water, FOX 7 Austin reports.  Henry says the collision caused oil to spill from the barge, which has a capacity of 30,000 gallons, although it is unclear how much of it went into the water. 

Video from the scene shows debris from the bridge and part of the rail tracks on top of the barge as it rests against the bridge. It wasn’t immediately clear what caused the barge to strike the bridge.  Video & Read more…

This Is What Happened After Several Schools Banned Cellphones

Banning cellphones in schools improved academics, reduced bullying, and reduced students’ need for counseling, a 73-page Norwegian paper found.

Girls benefited the most from the policies.

“Banning smartphones significantly decreases the health care take-up for psychological symptoms and diseases among girls,” Sara Sofie Abrahamsson, a postdoctoral researcher and the paper’s sole author, wrote in the abstract. Post-ban bullying among both genders decreases.”  Read more…

Hydrogen gas stove 

Once the We The People are not stopped by corrupt politicians and governments, amazing technologies emerges.  

To think this technology was discovered in 1776 and suppress by corruption.

Burning Bees

In New Zealand the Government are burning bee farms after it’s claimed traces of Foulbrood disease were found.

Farmers around the World are under attack – this is tragic. 

No bees. No food. No life.