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Shocking new study shows chemo kills half of cancer patients, not cancer itself

(NaturalNews) A new landmark study found that up to 50 percent of people who receive chemotherapy are killed by the treatment, not cancer itself. For the first time, researchers from Public Health England and Cancer Research U.K. examined the numbers of cancer patients who died within 30 days of starting chemotherapy. Chemotherapy is an invasive and toxic treatment to kill cancer cells. Unfortunately, chemo ...

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Bono: ‘Trump is potentially the worst idea that ever happened to America’

Donald Trump could destroy America – so says U2 lead singer Bono. The globalist philanthropist turned social justice warrior made the comments on CBS This Morning with Charlie Rose, explaining how the Republican nominee’s “hijacking” of the “idea of America” is “really dangerous.” “Does Trump come to you as somebody who is a change agent, because people are so unhappy about the status quo? Or does he come t ...

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Gang Members Implicate U.S. Gov’t in Dumping Crates of Guns in Chicago

Isaac Davis, Staff Writer Waking Times There is a well-documented history of the U.S. government supplying weapons and arms to both friends and foe for political purposes and for profit. In addition to publicly known global arms deals to U.S. political allies like Israel and Saudi Arabia, revelations about the rise of ISIS indicate that U.S. arms and military trainees have been a critical factor in the rise ...

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Pepsi Admits That Its Aquafina Bottled Water Is Just Tap Water, Coca-Cola’s Dasani Is Next

By John Vibes at trueactivist.com   On Friday, the Pepsi corporation admitted that its Aquafina bottled water is not purified water or spring water, but simply plain old tap water. The company will now be forced to change the labeling of the brand to reflect that it is just tap water. Many informed customers choose bottled water because they are concerned about the quality of tap water, which is many t ...

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Cure for AIDS? Bee Venom Destroys HIV Cells, Finds Washington University Study

“If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, man would have only four years to live. No more bees, no more pollination, no more men!” — Albert Einstein Ever wondered why bees are so important to our survival? One of the thousands of reasons is the fact that they help to cure AIDS. Scientists from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, have found that by poking holes in the protectiv ...

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Brad Pitt Rich History of Smoking Weed and Drinking

Brad Pitt has had a rich history of drinking and smoking weed ... something he said he gave up once he became a parent, but clearly Angelina Jolie begs to differ. Check out Brad during a 2009 appearance on Bill Maher's show, rhapsodizing about rolling the perfect joint, but maintaining those days were behind him. TALKIN' WINE AND WEEDABC Quentin Tarantino told Jimmy Kimmel the same year how he and Brad were ...

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Russia in talks with U.S. economic ally South Korea to establish free trade with the EEU

The world is rushing headlong into a myriad of new trade alliances, with much different protocols than that of the European Union.  For example, over in Asia China leads the Asean trade union along with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), and in the Eurasian sphere Russia has put together a group of trade partners under the umbrella of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU). And at the heart of these tr ...

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The same Congress who allowed debt ceiling to reach $20 trillion now says it is a threat to national security

On Sept. 14, the House Budget committee published a speech where they asserted that the nation's $19.5 trillion national debt is now a security threat to the stability of the country. In their oratory on the House floor last week, the Budget Committee reported to Congress that the amount of debt that the government has accumulated has now reached the point where it in itself is creating a fiscal crisis that ...

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Y2K redux, or are people fleeing to the wilderness to just get away from an eroding society

At the height of the Y2K scare two decades ago fringe leaders, including many church Pastors, were calling for the end of the world or in some cases the time when the Anti-Christ was coming onto the scene to usher in the new world order. But following a terror attack on American soil, the introduction of the surveillance state, an economic collapse, and trust in society as a whole at perhaps its lowest poin ...

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Aliens Abducted A Man In Puerto Rico And Told Him How The Earth Will End

Aliens arrive on Earth to abduct a man in Puerto Rico and tell of a meteor which is on its way to destroy the Earth. The first date of initial contract has been reported to be 1988 in Puerto Rico. This sighting of aliens is one that I ignored since I know that many individuals have been abducted, and none of these abductees have been comprehensively identified. It is also likely that due to misunderstanding ...

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NASA Admits It Is In Contact With Alien Species And Just Forgot To Mention It

According to reports, Trish Chamberson, an official spokesperson from NASA has confirmed the existence of extra-terrestrial life and has claimed that aliens have been visiting planet Earth for thousands of years. NASA spokeswoman confirms the existence of aliens During the two-hour briefing, Chamberson confirmed that a number of theories which had previously been dismissed as groundless speculation from fri ...

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Scientific study reveals conspiracy theorists the most sane of all

(NaturalNews) If you're a conspiracy theorist, then you're crazy, right? That's been the common belief for years, but recent studies prove that just the opposite is true. Researchers -- psychologists and social scientists, mostly -- in the U.S. and United Kingdom say data indicate that, contrary to those mainstream media stereotypes, "conspiracy theorists" appear to be more sane than people who accept offic ...

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