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The Cyprus Template: Bank Deposits At Risk
By Karen Mutton. The "bail-in" regulations which can be enacted in the event of bank insolvencies will have dire consequences for many depositors, as has already happened in Cyprus. Deposit insurance schemes are so underfunded that they could never compensate all unsecured creditors in the event of a bank crash.
Airship Hysteria in Mid-1890s America
By Steven A. Arts. In 1896–97, mysterious airships were reported by countless eyewitnesses in cities and towns from California to the Midwest and on to the East Coast of the USA. There were even stories of airship crashes, alien beings and a kidnapped calf.
GMOs, Glyphosate and Tomorrow
An interview with Don Huber, PhD by Chris Walters. A recently discovered infectious agent, as small as a virus, is implicated in causing diseases in crops treated with glyphosate as well as significant health problems in animals fed with these contaminated GM products. A concerned scientist made a stand before it’s all too late.
Project Censored's Top 25 News Stories
By Professor Mickey Huff and the Project Censored team. Following an extensive review process, Project Censored presents its list of the top 25 validated independent news stories of 2012–2013 which received no attention or only partial coverage in the corporate media.
By Trish MacGregor and Rob MacGregor. In 1984, US military–intelligence remote viewer Joe McMoneagle tuned into a series of geographic coordinates on Mars and was astonished by what he saw. Here he reflects on his experiences at the time and other psy-spying sessions.
By Paul Stonehill. A vast underground complex built by the Nazis in western Poland was a surprise discovery for invading Red Army troops in late January 1945, but the Russians, who administered the region until 1993, never properly explored the tunnels. What secrets lie within?
By Drs J. J. Hurtak and Desiree Hurtak. Research into Brown’s gas, or oxyhydrogen gas, continues apace around the world, with applications being explored in diverse fields including welding and automotive industries and even in the transmutation of nuclear waste.
By Andrew Gavin Marshall. The world's super-rich families compete and cooperate for control not just over nations but over entire regions and the planet as a whole. Globalisation has facilitated the widespread reach of the "family office", the main institution of modern dynasties.
By Dr Mae-Wan Ho. The mind–body divide has been breached in conventional western medicine, thanks to new research findings in molecular genetics which not only bridge mind and body but also East and West.
By Dr Lawrence Broxmeyer. The Ebola virus ravaging several West African nations has striking similarities with two strains of tuberculosis that are just as deadly and cause Ebola-like symptoms. Health authorities deny this link and don't consider it in the design of diagnostic tests.
An interview by Franky Ma. Throughout his life, Simon Parkes has had interactions with extradimensional beings as well as with intelligence operatives and Illuminati members because of his ancient bloodline connections.
By Louis Proud. Many cases of high-voltage syndrome, in which sufferers seem to cause electrical devices to fail in their presence, feature paranormal aspects such as psychokinesis. Often the common factor is that these people experienced severe electric shock during childhood.
By Karen Mutton. As the Super Shemitah year comes to a close, China is preparing to challenge the US dollar with a gold-backed yuan, currency wars are ruining economies while negative interest rates and bail-ins are threatening depositors and bond-holders.
By Gordon Duff. A secret agency called the DVD, allegedly set up in Germany in the 1920s as a coalition between the US Bush family and the "Hitler Project", has been associated with paedophile networks, nuclear weapons funding, the 9/11 attacks and high-level looting. Does it really exist, and is it sworn to serve evil agendas?
By Patrick Chouinard. The revelation in the early 1990s of Caucasian mummies unearthed in the Tarim Basin in Xinjiang, China, has rewritten the history of migrations between West and East. Genetic testing confirms that the original people were not of Mongoloid origin.
By Prof. Mickey Huff and Project Censored. Continuing an initiative going back to 1976, the Project Censored team has selected and judged the most important American and international news stories of 2014–2015 that were underreported by the US corporate media.
By Chris Cole. The use of drones is increasing rapidly worldwide, and drone targeted-killings are also on the rise. Protests at drone bases and factories are becoming more common, while the public is being given scant information by politicians and military officials.
By Jenny Hawke. Sleeping on a bed inclined at five degrees has great benefits for circulation, metabolism and the immune system. It can also ease a range of conditions from Alzheimer's, diabetes and glaucoma to migraines, multiple sclerosis and varicose veins.
By Phil Kouts. A Mars fly-by is actively promoted as a viable, practical goal, but NASA's two systems for travelling beyond low Earth orbit are not sufficient even to "return" to the Moon. Agency insiders admit that an international collaborative effort is needed to solve human deep-space exploration problems.
By Richard Malter. Silver has a long history of use as an antimicrobial. Now, an internal infection can be targeted via a silver-nylon conductive cloth placed on the skin and charged positive via a stimulator device, resulting in the flow of an ultra-low direct current of silver ions.