Tuesday - May 21, 2019

COLUMN

  • Death doesn’t equal someone’s opinion about death

    Death doesn’t equal someone’s opinion about death

    by Jon Rappoport “I saw people die of HIV.” No. You saw people die. Doctors said they had HIV. “I saw people die from Ebola.” No you didn’t. You saw people die. You yourself have no idea what killed them. You can pretend you know, but you don’t. “The doctors know what kills people.” You

  • Message of urgency about the avalanche of migrants that is approaching Tijuana

    Message of urgency about the avalanche of migrants that is approaching Tijuana

    by Bernardo Méndez @Americasinmuros, its president Kino Miquirray and its director Bernardo Méndez Lugo inform as a matter of urgency and national emergency: Possible scenario with the arrival of caravans exodus migrants to the border of Mexico-US: the case of Tijuana, urgent actions of the three levels of government. It is very possible that of

  • Beyond an artificial world

    Beyond an artificial world

    Futurists are inclined to predict a world in which AI (artificial intelligence) will take over a major portion of what is now human activity. In a matter of decades, for example, they say one computer will have more capacity than all the human brains on the planet put together. Then, the prediction goes, AI will

  • Letter from Catholic priest to the New York Times

    Letter from Catholic priest to the New York Times

    Dear brother and sister journalist: I am a simple Catholic priest. I am happy and proud of my vocation. I have lived in Angola for 20 years as a missionary. I see in many media, especially in your newspaper, the broadening of the subject in a morbid way, investigating in detail the life of a

  • A spirit fable: the moon, the mother, and the dog

    A spirit fable: the moon, the mother, and the dog

    por Jon Rappoport    Hace unos días, me desperté con el pensamiento muy claro, como si hubiera sido plantado en mi cabeza, que todo lo que experimento es producto de mi propia imaginación.  Esto, lo he aprendido desde entonces, es una enseñanza de la antigua Hermetic School of Philosophy.  En cualquier caso, decidí llevar a

  • Thanks to Amazon, the government will soon be able to track your face

    Thanks to Amazon, the government will soon be able to track your face

    by Peter Asaro, Kelly Gates, Woodrow Hartzog, Lilly Irani, Evan Selinger and Lucy Suchman Amazon, the company synonymous with online shopping, is supplying facial recognition technology to government and law enforcement agencies over its web services platform. Branded Rekognition, the technology is every bit as dystopian as it sounds. Given the enormous reach of Amazon’s

  • The individual vs. the reality machine

    by Jon Rappoport Technocratic mystics believe (or pretend to believe) that hooking up brains to a super-computer Cloud will bring on a miracle: Humans will have instantaneous access to truth, facts, and bottom lines on any subject under the sun. The connection will be automatic. Putting aside the vast neurological problems in achieving this fantastical

  • This is the future of independent media if we do nothing

    This is the future of independent media if we do nothing

    by Article by Matt Agorist Alternative and independent media is under attack and needs your help to survive. The Free Thought Project is going offline. We are doing so for 72 hours to demonstrate the inevitable effect of social media censorship, Google organic traffic throttling, and Facebook’s attack on freedom-minded independent media. The Free Thought

  • Independence Day of the soul

    Independence Day of the soul

    by Jon Rappoport Trumpets blare. In the night sky, spotlights roam. A great confusion of smoke and dust and fog, and emerging banners carry the single message: WE. The great meltdown of all consciousness into a glob of utopian simplicity… There are denizens among us. They present themselves as the Normals. Beyond all political objectives,

  • “Once Gay” Christians defend their right to counseling, but legislators remain unmoved

    “Once Gay” Christians defend their right to counseling, but legislators remain unmoved

    by Greg Burt Hundreds of Christians from throughout the state gathered at the California state capitol last week to defend the liberty of “once gay” citizens to receive counseling and resources to help them live lives in accordance with their faith. AB 2943, introduced and sponsored by the LGBT legislative caucus, threatens anyone, even churches,