Author: Joshua Flint

Ingunn Sigursdatter – Norway: Happiest Country on Earth Myth & Awakening the Norsemen

Ingunn Sigurdsdatter, was born into a religious and politically active family. Her grandfather was a prominent Norwegian politician for 20 years and head of the Leftist Party. She has degrees in languages & social sciences. She has founded and co-founded three companies, taught at university, high school and alternative school. Ingunn also co-authored a book for children about Thor Heyerdahls crossing of the Pacific Ocean in a balsa fleet. She’ll discuss her profound change in direction that resulted in the decision to turn in her passport to the city mayor and relinquish her citizenship, causing much commotion in the...

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Weather Channel Co-Founder calls Federal climate report “bad science gone berserk”

A “total distortion of the data.” Politically funded.” “Agenda driven.” The new White House report is a “horrid distortion of science,” says Weather Channel Co-Founder John Coleman in his daily blog. “They call people such as me who debunk their non-scientific silliness as “deniers” and claim we are flat-earthers and shills for “big oil”. It is insulting and maddening. But I will not be silenced. And neither will the thousand others, many of them with Ph.D.’s and on the faculties of major universities who are working to stop this bad science that labels CO2 as a pollutant and blames...

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WHAT! UN Convicts Vatican of Cont. Child Sex Abuse

  Kevin Annett’s International Tribunal into Crimes of the Church and State (ITCCS) are not the only ones accusing the Vatican. Now the UN Committee Against Torture (UNCAT) have jumped on the bandwagon and are investigating the Vatican on charges of torture. The UNCAT defines torture as: “Any act by which severe pain or suffering, whether physical or mental, is intentionally inflicted on a person for such purposes as obtaining from him or a third person, information or a confession, punishing him for an act he or a third person has committed or is suspected of having committed, or...

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Written by David Gumpert This would seem to embody the USDA’s advisory, “Know your farmer, know your food,” right? Not exactly. For the USDA and its sister food regulator, the FDA, there’s a problem: many of the farmers are distributing the food via private contracts like herd shares and leasing arrangements, which fall outside the regulatory system of state and local retail licenses and inspections that govern public food sales. In response, federal and state regulators are seeking legal sanctions against farmers in Maine, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and California, among others. These sanctions include injunctions, fines, and even prison...

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