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The Master and His Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World

Arran Gare cosmoandhistory.org It is now more than a century since Friedrich Nietzsche observed that ‘nihilism, this weirdest of all guests, stands before the door.’ Nietzsche was articulating what others were dimly aware of but were refusing to face up … Continue reading

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Shock study: Organs harvested from euthanized patients make better transplants

Source: LifeSiteNews LEUVEN, Belgium, June 16, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A disturbing study conducted by Belgian doctors and reported on in the medical journal Applied Cardiopulmonary Pathology involved killing patients via euthanasia in a room next to the hospital’s operating theater, … Continue reading

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Billions of dollars sneaks out the door through UN committees

Source: Jo Nova There are billions of dollars of money sneaking out the door of Western Nations and being used to feed the monster bureaucracy, the UNFCCC and its cohort. In The Carbon Tax that Ate Australia Tony Cox and … Continue reading

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A precarious life

Clay Lucas Sydney Morning Herald “Guy Standing is a professor of economic security at Britain’s Bath University. His 2011 book The Precariat: The New Dangerous Classoutlined his case for why an increasingly insecure workforce poses a threat to social stability.” … Continue reading

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Why Being Less of a Control Freak May Make You Happier

Kristin van Ogtrop Time A survey finds that many women won’t even delegate their most hated chore: housecleaning. And yet doing so could guarantee some measure of happiness. On my last birthday one of my sons wrote a poem for … Continue reading

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Farmers are concerned over calls to harness Asian capital to boost the nation’s food production

Ben Peckham Australian FARMERS have demanded an overhaul of foreign investment rules ahead of any attempt to harness Asian capital to boost the nation’s food production. Trade Minister Craig Emerson has outlined a plan to use Chinese and Indian investment … Continue reading

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Will TPP open the door to Frankenstein food in Japan?

Hugh Ashton Majirox News TOKYO (majirox news) — Genetically modified crops and organisms (GM and GMOs), according to their promoters, offer greater efficiency in production, resistance against disease and pests, and overall greater profitability for all. On the face of … Continue reading

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Hospital Requires Staff to Get Flu Shot

Source: Fox News “…[W]orkers that have no medical exemptions and refuse the vaccine will lose their jobs.” SAN TAN VALLEY, Ariz. – Flu season is here. Many people are already getting vaccinated, but surprisingly many health care workers do not. … Continue reading

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Health survey sparks ‘Big Brother’ fears

Source: ABC Two participants in the Federal Government’s compulsory Australian Health Survey say the experience has been deeply intrusive and a stressful violation of their privacy. A Queensland woman likened the survey process to having Big Brother knocking on her … Continue reading

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Natomas school officials go door to door to find unvaccinated students

Source: Natomas News 1o NATOMAS, CA – Natomas school officials are going door to door with a traveling nurse to give whooping cough shots to unvaccinated students. A new state law requires students entering seventh through 12th grades to get … Continue reading

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