Cancer causing chemicals in processed products

SOURCE: THE GUARDIAN The reputation of the meat industry will sink to that of big tobacco unless it removes cancer-causing chemicals from processed products such as bacon and ham, a coalition of experts and politicians warn today. Led by Professor Chris Elliott, the food scientist who ran the UK government’s investigation into the horse-meat scandal, and Dr. Aseem … Read moreCancer causing chemicals in processed products

Pentagon spent $2.3 trillion but had no idea where money went

SOURCE: VIDEO REBEL’S BLOG On September 10, 2001, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld went on CBS Evening News and admitted that the Pentagon (under the Clinton regime) had spent $2.3 trillion but had no idea where the money went. He promised the American taxpayers that the money was well spent but we just didn’t know where … Read morePentagon spent $2.3 trillion but had no idea where money went

Britain’s Gatwick Airport closed due to reported sightings of drones

SOURCE: INTEL NEWS On the heels of chaotic scenes at Britain’s Gatwick Airport, which remained closed for three days due to reported sightings of drones, the Islamic State has released images on social media showing drones carrying packages to large Western cities. The images, which appear to be PhotoShopped, have reignited concerns that the group may be close to … Read moreBritain’s Gatwick Airport closed due to reported sightings of drones

American embassies purchased data forensics software and various tactical spy equipment

SOURCE: INTELNEWS.ORG The Chinese government says it is seeking explanations from Washington after a leaked procurement database showed that American embassies purchased data forensics software and various tactical spy equipment. The purported database was published on December 21 by the international anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks, founded by Julian Assange, who is accused by some in the United States of … Read moreAmerican embassies purchased data forensics software and various tactical spy equipment

Reaction to Trump’s planned military withdrawal from Syria

SOURCE: CAITLIN JOHNSTONE Since I last wrote about the bipartisan shrieking, hysterical reaction to Trump’s planned military withdrawal from Syria the other day, it hasn’t gotten better, it’s gotten worse. I’m having a hard time even picking out individual bits of the collective freakout from the political/media class to point at, because doing so would diminish the frenetic … Read moreReaction to Trump’s planned military withdrawal from Syria