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David Icke Live in Vancouver – Tickets Available Now


After 15 years of waiting, David Icke’s much-anticipated return to Canada is finally happening in 2017 with a speaking visa issued to him by the Canadian government for the first time since 2002.

With a three-date tour of Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary, David Icke is well and truly back in Canada after already presenting his all-day events in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, Estonia, Italy, Czech Republic and the Netherlands in 2016 and more in 2017 – including Germany, Iceland, Manchester, Dublin, Sweden, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, Croatia … and many other countries.

Book Tickets early for David’s September visit to Canada to avoid disappointment.

Since the early 1990s, David has made it his life’s mission to warn the world of an impending global fascist state – alerting people to plans for a Third World War leading to global government imposing its will on every man, woman and child on Planet Earth.

Now, as the world clearly moves so fast in precisely that direction, the world is waking up to David Icke and asking – so what else has he been saying all these years? PLENTY.

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‘The sheer volume of scientific literature can be quite overwhelming, especially given the amount of contradictory evidence that is often presented. It is no wonder that many doctors regularly turn to meta-analyses and systematic reviews; these kinds of studies condense large amounts of information into a single study. Indeed, many view these as something of the gold standard of evidence.

In the past, doctors primarily relied on each other to develop standards of care; they would share their findings and utilize each others’ expert opinions for selecting the best line of treatment. Over time, however, scientific studies became the new guiding light for doctors. Due to the ever-increasing number of studies being conducted, an alternative was born.’

Read more: Doctor proves Big Pharma manipulates 80% of medical research for profit

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‘Telecommunications giant AT&T announced Saturday it has sealed a deal to acquire the Time Warner media conglomerate in a stock-and-cash merger deal after it was unanimously approved by the boards of the two companies.

Time Warner boasts a large portfolio of cable networks, including CNN, HBO, which airs the Game of Thrones television series, as well as Warner Brothers, producer of such landmark film franchisers and TV series as Harry Potter and the Big Bang Theory.

“This is a perfect match of two companies with complementary strengths who can bring a fresh approach to how the media and communications industry works for customers, content creators, distributors and advertisers,” AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said in a company statement.’

Read more: AT&T strikes deal to buy Time Warner for $85.4billion, regulators yet to approve

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‘For some people, losing weight is a no-brainer – eat less and move more, right? If it’s so simple, why can’t everyone do it? It turns out that if you’ve been eating a diet full of refined sugar and fat, you could actually be suffering from brain damage that stunts your ability to determine how much you should eat.

When it comes to weight loss, it’s important to realize that saturated fats and refined sugar do more than just pack on the pounds. According to researchers, they also change the brain’s chemistry, causing people to overeat these foods and triggering a vicious cycle of eating and gaining weight.

In a study that was published in Physiology & Behavior, trained rats were granted limited access to low-fat food and then tested on two types of problems – one that tested their memory abilities and learning dependent on the hippocampus, and one that did not.’

Read more: Saturated fats and refined sugar linked to brain damage, encourage overeating


‘A newly released report, published in the The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology has revealed that exposure to hormone-disrupting chemicals is attributed to $340 billion in health costs each year in the United States.

These endocrine-disrupting chemicals, or EDCs for short, are found in many everyday items that are used in homes across the country. Plastic food containers, detergents, flame retardants, cosmetics and even toys for children can be host to these damaging substances.

Some of the problems related to exposure to EDCs include neurological damage and behavioral problems such as attention deficit/hyperactivty disorder (ADHD), autism and loss of IQ. The report suggests that these issues make up about 80 percent of the problems caused by EDC exposure.’

Read more: $340 billion per year in US healthcare costs linked to chemicals found in plastic, detergents, cosmetics and toys

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‘Washington has finally thrown in the towel on its long, tortured efforts to establish peace between Israel and the Palestinians. You won’t find any acknowledgement of this in the official record. Formally, the U.S. still supports a two-state solution to the conflict. But the Obama administration’s recent 10-year, $38-billion pledge to renew Israel’s arsenal of weaponry, while still ostensibly pursuing “peace,” makes clear just how bankrupt that policy is.’

Read more: White House Fails Badly On Solution for Israel-Palestine Conflict

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‘Police dashcam footage of a Pennsylvania officer kicking a robbery suspect in the head during an arrest last year has been released as part of a criminal case being taken against the cop and the city of Allentown.

Hector Medina-Pena, 33, filed the lawsuit alleging that police officer Joseph Iannetta used excessive force during his arrest on May 30, 2015.

The suit also claims the incident was part of a wider pattern of police violence over the past decade that has not being appropriately addressed by the city of Allentown, according to The Morning Call.’

Read more: Dashcam catches cop kicking suspect in the head during arrest 


‘Maurice spent over 15 years in Illinois state prisons. Before he was released in the spring of 2015, authorities told him he would have to be on an electronic monitor (EM). “I thought “maybe I’d actually need it,” he told AlterNet. He knew that life was fast on the outside and he figured a monitor might help “to slow everything down.” But after few days on a GPS-enabled ankle bracelet, Maurice realized he had made a grave miscalculation.’

Read more: E-Carceration: The Problematic World of Being On an Electronic Monitor

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‘With a handful of states slated to vote on either medical or full marijuana legalization this November, the pressure is on for the federal government to perhaps reassess its dated policies on the drug. After all, there’s no shortage of evidence the legal and cultural stigmas attached to the drug for generations were a purposeful political attack on communities of color. Science has found an abundance of benefits on the drug’s part, namely for certain bodily and mental health conditions, but newly released documents indicate that the FDA has its own bizarre reasons for marijuana regulations.’

Read more: Here Are the Bizarre Reasons the FDA Refuses to Say Marijuana Is Medicine


‘In bad movies (and bad history alike), the Native American ceremonial pipe figured prominently as symbol of defeat — typically in a cliched scene of subdued chieftains signing a treaty of surrender and passing around a “peace pipe” in a sorrowful gesture to seal the raw deal.

The reality is that the communal smoking of a ceremonial pipe, often filled with tobacco, is a centuries-old tradition rich in spiritual meaning for many Native people who see it as an eternal channel through which tribes seek metaphysical strength, courage and endurance. The ceremonial pipe both shapes and conveys Native people’s living history, a story that’s perpetually being written.

Indeed, a dramatic new chapter is unfolding this year in a volatile confrontation on a remote stretch of the Northern Plains in rural North Dakota. It’s a “Battle of Two Pipes,” pitting the cultural power symbolized by the Native American pipe against the bruising financial power of a giant pipeline, owned by Energy Transfer Partners.’

Read more: Enough Native Stereotyping: Dakota Pipeline Showdown at Standing Rock is Where Native American Are Drawing the Line


‘If the United Nations caused 10,000 deaths and 700,000 cholera infections after Haiti’s January 12, 2010 disastrous earthquake, then it stands to reason that a continued association with the UN after six years of inaction on the cholera, plus the ravages of Hurricane Matthew, could only lead to more Haitian deaths.

Former UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, flew over the city of Aux Cayes, in southern Haiti on Saturday, October 16, 2016, and he visited a high school where some people are sheltered. The wet mattresses from Hurricane Matthew had hardly dried before Mr. Ban Ki-moon and his associates began to plot for the UN to prolong its mandate in Haiti.’

Read more: Haiti’s Cholera Spreading, Money Grubbing, United Nations Plague