Police firing that killed 17 Chattisgarh villagers three years ago was unprovoked, inquiry suggests

Testimonies of villagers and officers involved in the encounter, of which Scroll.in has copies, throw serious doubt on the official version of events. Aarefa Johari Photo Credit: CDRO video/via YouTube.com Eye-witness testimonies to a commission inquiring into an encounter between security forces and tribals in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur district that took place three years ago and…

Monsanto’s GMO Creations Caused 291,000 Suicides in India

Indian Farmers Facing Debt, Reliance on GMOs ~ By Mike Barrett It is no secret that Monsanto is making life difficult for countless farmers in America with its parented seeds. After all, the biotech giant has already filed 145 lawsuits, or on average about 9 lawsuits every year for 16 straight years, against farmers who have “improperly reused their patented seeds.” But did you know…

Fox News report in December 2001: Bin Laden Already Dead

Jim Stone — via Rebel News May 28, 2013     Impeachment scandal #6   We have all heard about the report that Osama Bin Laden died in 2001, but few of us have ever seen it. Kjtruthnews found it. I saw this but did not pay attention to it at the time because none…

Bill Gates and 47,500 Cases of Paralysis

Bill Gates and 47,500 Cases of Paralysis “The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is financially backing and publicly endorsing mass polio virus vaccinations in India. In case you didn’t hear him yourself, Bill Gates publicly announced that vaccines could help reduce the world population by 15%. Gates also proclaimed that every newborn should be registered…

Mideast situation enters Twilight Zone

The site of bomb attacks that killed 46 people in Turkey’s southern town of Reyhanli on May 11, 2013 Mon May 13, 2013 8:45AM GMT 10 By Jim W. Dean The Israeli attacks were of course a provocation to see if Syria might send a Sarin-laced missile into Israel in return, but they are not…

List of ongoing Conflicts : Updated on April 2 2013

AFRICA: (24 Countries and 115 between militias-guerrillas, separatist groups and anarchic groups involved) Hot Spots: Central African Republic, Darfur, Democrati Republic of Congo, Libya, Mali, Nigeria, Puntland, Somalia, Somaliland –Algeria: fights between regular army and: al-Qaeda Organization in the Maghreb (AQIM) or al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) since 2005 (known in the past as…

27 million slaves in the world today

There are 27 million slaves in the world today. People forced to work without pay, under threat of violence and unable to walk away. Is there slavery in your own backyard? Try the interactive map to find out Yes, we mean real slavery. People held against their will, forced to work and paid nothing. Sometimes…

We are Preparing for Massive Civil War, Says DHS Informant

What kind of event would allow the president to define as terrorists all gun owners opposed to gun confiscating executive orders? What would it take to link 2nd amendment with al Qaeda? Or is this government incapable of black-op false-flag operations?

Big Pharma: Big Incentives and A Tragic Miscarriage of Justice

Big Pharma Companies Face Hefty Penalties [Source] By Elizabeth Magill – September 29, 2012 Elizabeth is a member of The Motley Fool Blog Network — entries represent the personal opinions of our bloggers and are not formally edited. Collectively, drug companies have paid $6.6 billion in penalties in 2012 (through July) to settle Medicare, Medicaid,…