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Australian parents who don’t vaccinate their children will be fined $14 per week by the authoritarian regime

(Natural News) If you live in Australia and want to exercise your right not to vaccinate your kids, you’d better be prepared to pay for that privilege. The new federal budget will see parents who don’t vaccinate losing AUD$14 per week, which equates to around USD$10.49 at today’s rate, from their family tax benefit payments. The measure will be set in motion starting July 2018, and it is expected to raise m ...

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Netflix bans “The Red Pill” movie because it contains too much TRUTH

(Natural News) Let me start out by saying that I have no political agenda. Like most of you, I’m just a regular, straight-down-the-middle person living my life. That said, I am open-minded and believe that getting different perspectives and listening to many viewpoints is important in shaping my own views. The world would be a bleak place, indeed, if we were all forced to accept only one side of any given e ...

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Video: ‘Cyclops’ Goat Born in India

May 18, 2017 A village in India is buzzing over the birth of a remarkable one-eyed goat that some residents have taken to calling a 'miracle.' The unlikely cyclops was born on May 10th in the Indian state of Assam and instantly captured the attention and imagination of villagers there. Along with its jaw-dropping singular eye, the baby goat was also born with only one ear, making the unfortunate creature tr ...

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Swedish prosecutor drops case against Julian Assange

Sweden has dropped its rape investigation against Julian Assange and will revoke its arrest warrant, the Swedish Prosecution Authority has announced on its website. The decision was made by Sweden’s director of public prosecution, who confirmed that she decided to discontinue the investigation against the WikiLeaks co-founder. "Director of Public Prosecution, Ms Marianne Ny, has today decided to discontinue ...

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Plane Vanishes in Bermuda Triangle

May 17, 2017 The infamous Bermuda Triangle is back in the news following the strange disappearance of a small plane as it flew through the mysterious location earlier this week. Bound for central Florida from Puerto Rico, the aircraft lost contact with air traffic control around three hours into the flight on Monday and vanished from radar. Aboard the plane were a woman named Jennifer Blumin, her two young ...

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6 Reasons We’re Fatter Than 30 Years Ago, It’s Not Food Or Exercise…

“If you are 40 years old now, you’d have to eat even less and exercise more than if you were a 40 year old in 1971, to prevent gaining weight.” York University Press Release (source) A study conducted by researchers at York University in Toronto, Ontario, who “set out to identify whether the relationship between number of calories consumed, amount of physical exercise, and intake of macronutrients (protein, ...

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The Book of Enoch Speaks of The Nephilim, How Angels Lusted For Power, and How God Unleashed The Flood Gates

Much of the Bible story we know today has carefully been sorted, so it doesn't threaten the established belief system. However, the Ethiopians have kept behind closed doors a more detailed Bible, comprised of 88 books instead of the conventional 66 from the Kings James version. Those missing book, most notorious being the Book of Enoch, speak of corrupted angels, humans with tremendous lifespans, the Nephil ...

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Jimmy Fallon Fires Back At Critics Of His Trump Interview: ‘I Don’t Want To Be Bullied’

The internet still isn't quite over Jimmy Fallon's interview with Donald Trump last September, when he playfully ruffled Trump's famous comb-over and potentially endeared the controversial candidate to undecided voters. It looks like Jimmy Fallon isn't over it either. "I didn't do it to humanize him," the 'Tonight Show' host protested in a New York Times interview published on Wednesday. "I almost did it to ...

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Daily Dose Of This Plant Could Reverse Age-Related Decline In The Brain

The findings of a Yahoo News/Marist poll show that people over the age of 69 generally don’t have positive views of marijuana. While the majority of younger Americans increasingly view marijuana as a legitimate medication and relatively acceptable recreational substance, the older crowd has been slower to adopt these views. In a twist of irony, a recent study shows that a daily dose of cannabis could revers ...

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Gowdy Hints at Clinton Wrongdoing: It’s Worse Than You Think

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), who took himself off the short list of possible replacements for former FBI Director James Comey, said history “will be nicer” to Comey once classified details surrounding the investigation of Hillary Clinton goes public. Gowdy’s statement also indirectly confirms an Infowars report from July 7 in which an anonymous FBI source said the reason why Comey didn’t prosecute Clinton over ...

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Russia Prepared to Release Transcript of Trump-Lavrov Meeting to Debunk Witch Hunt

Russian president Vladimir Putin has announced that Moscow is seeking permission from the Trump administration to release a full record of the President’s meeting with Russian officials to Congress to show Trump did not disclose sensitive classified information during talks. “If the U.S. administration considers it possible, we are ready to submit a transcript of Lavrov’s talk with Trump to the U.S. Senate ...

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‘Mystery Flashes’ Solved by NASA

May 16, 2017 NASA scientists have seemingly solved the mystery of fleeting flashes that have been seen emanating from Earth over the years by observers in space. Originally discovered by legendary astronomer Carl Sagan in 1993, the puzzling flashes were first spotted in images taken by the Galileo spacecraft en route to Jupiter. Although initially explained as reflections of sunlight off of bodies of water, ...

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