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Colony Collapse Disorder & Nanobee’s

You’re traveling through this dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of heavy greed. A journey into a flipped out land whose boundaries are that of the darkest  imagination. That’s the signpost up ahead – your next stop, the Real World! After reading and viewing the following information, I can’t even think of a good explicit remark. Why isn’t this being investigated no hold barred, something is wrong in Disneyland, Lucy. I remember growing up and bees were everywhere, and stepping on a bee was common fun summertime activity.  The future now holds, you might step on a Robobee, and they probably bite. WTF!   Well lets start this ride and see where we end up. Fasten your seatbelts and  we will start… Read More

Corporations Are Trying to Take Away Your Right to Complain About Their Products

‘Non-disparagement’ clauses are quietly being slipped into contracts to prevent negative reviews. Customers may unknowingly sign away their right to free speech by accepting the terms of service without reading the fine print. To prevent consumers from posting negative reviews, some companies are slipping non-disparagement clauses into contracts. If users post bad reviews online, even accounts that are completely truthful, they could be sued for violating the terms of these so-called agreements. Companies do have the right to sue people for disparaging reviews if they are false. The issue at hand is whether a company can sue a client for posting a negative review that is true. As of now, litigation… Read More

Edward Bernays’ “Propaganda” Theory Has Been Perfected

Submitted by Jim Quinn via The Burning Platform blog, When six mega-corporations who depend upon other mega-corporations, Wall Street banks and political parties for their revenue, control all of the news and information flowing to the masses, you have all the ingredients needed to control, influence and mold the opinions, tastes and ideas of the people. We are being manipulated by men who constitute the real government, hiding in the shadows and pulling the strings. Nothing reported by these six mega-corporation media mouthpieces for the oligarchs can be trusted. Their job is to coverup, subvert, and obscure the truth. And best of all, they have succeeded in convincing the people we… Read More

Following Latest Recall Shocker, GM Has Recalled 56% More Cars In 2014 Than It Sold In 2013

They don’t call them Government Motors for nothing. Over the weekend we titled our summary of GM’s unprecedented avalanche of recalls so far in 2014 – the year in which the company’s criminal practice of covering up its faulty products became a congressional scandal –  as follows: “GM Set To Surpass Total Recall Record This Year.” Three days later we are happy to report that while Detroit, we not only have a big recall problem, we also have a new record, after moments ago GM just announced another 4 recalls affecting 2.4 million cars. This brings the total number of vehicle investigations since the start of the year to 35, and… Read More

Looks Like The ‘Burger King’s’ Subjects Are Royally Pissed Off

Burger King intends to renounce its American status for tax purposes, and public opinion is not on its side. Tolstoy wrote in War and Peace that “kings are the slaves of history.” And when the “king” in question depends on the patronage of happy customers for his well-being, his monarchy is also a slave to public opinion. Unfortunately for Burger King, which intends to renounce its American status for tax purposes, neither history nor public opinion is on its side. In fact, if social media is any gauge, the Burger King’s American subjects are downright pissed. Burger King’s Facebook page currently features the rather unfortunately-timed slogan, “Chicken Fries Are Back.” (Is that as in, too chicken to pay… Read More

Marriott’s Shameful Hotel Tipping Scam

Come on, Marriott — stop playing Lord of the Manor and just pay your housekeepers a decent wage! As an old popular song from the 1970s asks, what do you get if you “work your fingers right down to the bone”? Boney fingers. As the hardworking housekeepers for the sprawling Marriott chain of hotels know, that’s more than a cute song lyric; it’s the truth. Mostly women, these “room attendants,” as they’re called, are paid a poverty wage of barely $8 an hour by this hugely profitable lodging conglomerate to perform a very hard, physical job. Compelled to do very heavy lifting at unsafe speeds, they suffer the highest injury rate… Read More

McDonald’s Sues Protesters For Rejecting The Fast Food Junk

By Elizabeth Renter Natural Society “We’re doing this for your own protection.” Protesters with the Australian group BurgerOff are hearing a similar phrase from McDonald’s. The fast food giant is suing  protestors who object to the birth of a new McDonald’s restaurant near an elementary school. What’s more, Mickey D’s (slang for McDonald’s) is saying that the lawsuit is for the protesters’ own protection. It isn’t clear what this protection is against, unless McDonald’s thinks they can protect people from good health. Nearly 100,000 people from Australia, mostly in the town of Tecoma, have signed a petition seeking to stop McDonald’s from building there. But McDonald’s doesn’t care what the people want. Members of the group BurgerOff,… Read More

Parent’s Outrage From Cell Towers In Schoolyards Prompts Petition

While driving through the streets of many cities in America an eyesore is revealed that flies in the face of logic, mainstream medical literature, and law. If it wasn’t so sad, it would almost be comical to see massive metal cell phone towers casting shadows over elementary school yards and hospital buildings like the Grim Reaper’s sickle. Pathetic attempts to disguise them as palm trees, cactuses and pine trees, to me, border on insulting. Each cell tower you see represents an utter lack of concern for generations of children, families and communities as a whole. What many in the medical community warned of for years is now coming to the surface… Read More

The Agenda to Promote the Dark Side – The Music Industry Exposed

David Gardner, Conscious Reporter [Editor’s Note: This is the second part of a series of articles on this subject from David Gardner, who contributes to ConsciousReporter.com. Subscribe to their newsletter to be alerted when future parts in the series are published. Read part I here.] It’s no secret that the music industry has a huge impact on the direction of our culture. When the industry’s biggest stars are “obsessed” with the macabre, and their performances and music videos promote evil acts, demon possession and darkness, what kind of culture will be created? Will spiritual values survive in a world where darkness is increasingly embraced and glorified? “Music directly represents the passions of the soul.… Read More

The Companies Making a Profit by Abusing the Poor

We’re increasingly shifting costs to those least able to afford to pay. In Orange County, Calif., the probation department’s “supervised electronic confinement program,” which monitors the movements of low-risk offenders, has been outsourced to a private company, Sentinel Offender Services. The company, by its own account, oversees case management, including breath alcohol and drug-testing services, “all at no cost to county taxpayers.” Sentinel makes its money by getting the offenders on probation to pay for the company’s services. Charges can range from $35 to $100 a month. The company boasts of having contracts with more than 200 government agencies, and it takes pride in the “development of offender funded programs where… Read More

The Killing of America’s Creative Class

A review of Scott Timberg’s fascinating new book, ‘Culture Crash.’ Some of my friends became artists, writers, and musicians to rebel against their practical parents. I went into a creative field with encouragement from my folks. It’s not too rare for Millennials to have their bohemian dreams blessed by their parents, because, as progeny of the Boomers, we were mentored by aging rebels who idolized rogue poets, iconoclast cartoonists, and scrappy musicians. The problem, warns Scott Timberg in his new book Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Class, is that if parents are basing their advice on how the economy used to support creativity – record deals for musicians, book contracts… Read More

The Ugly Walmart Truth: Some Managers Treat Workers Like Dirt

A manager comes forward to reveal the corporation’s abusive culture and the way it retaliates against workers organizing for change. Low wages, no benefits, irregular schedules, and unreliable hours are just some of the horrible working conditions most Walmart workers have to endure. Yet when I asked some of the workers what they consider the worst part about working for the corporation, they didn’t mention any of these wretched labor practices. Instead, they all gave the same answer: disrespectful managers. These managers have committed offenses big and small. Some have refused to return a “hello” from their workers. Others have forced workers to do heavy-duty work despite medical conditions and pregnancies. And worse, one manager… Read More