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Jun 13

The curious case of Nick Ross, VIP child-abuse, filthy comments, Operation Yewtree, Crimestoppers and the death of Jill Dando | thecolemanexperience

The real Nick Ross has started to show his true colours.

The real Nick Ross has been pontificating on whether rape is really rape.

The real Nick Ross has just claimed that he would watch child pornography given half the chance.

The real Nick Ross did absolutely nothing to find Jill Dando’s killer.

The real Nick Ross didn’t bother looking into claims that Jill was investigating high-level child abuse before her death.

The real Nick Ross is linked to shady Tory donor Michael Ashcroft.

The real Nick Ross formed Crimestoppers with Ashcroft.

via The curious case of Nick Ross, VIP child-abuse, filthy comments, Operation Yewtree, Crimestoppers and the death of Jill Dando | thecolemanexperience.

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Jun 13

American Psychiatric Association: Half of Americans ‘mentally ill’

Based on the broadened definitions and categories, the new edition asserts that nearly half of all Americans will face a diagnosable mental illness at some point in their life. That’s up from fewer than 6 percent just eight years ago.

via American Psychiatric Association: Half of Americans ‘mentally ill’.

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Jun 13

Hallucinogens Could Ease Existential Terror: Scientific American

Hallucinogens Could Ease Existential Terror

Psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms, is being explored as a therapeutic tool to improve the lives of people with a life-threatening illness

via Hallucinogens Could Ease Existential Terror: Scientific American.

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Jun 13

Meet the doctor Big Pharma can't shut up -- Health & Wellness -- Sott.net

Other university psychiatrists and medical doctors I contacted for this article either wouldn't talk on the record or didn't want to be interviewed, confirming an atmosphere Healy describes as "McCarthyist." "There is a climate of fear," he said during our interview. "You find that they are very nervous about saying anything about drug treatments or adverse effects of drugs at all. Doctors keep patients on lots of drugs, even if they are uncomfortable with it. And if you ask them why they're doing so, the answer you'll get is: 'Well, this is the standard of care, and if I don't take care of it this way, I'm going to be in awful trouble.'"

via Meet the doctor Big Pharma can't shut up -- Health & Wellness -- Sott.net.

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Jun 13

Goodbye, First Amendment: ‘Trespass Bill’ will make protest illegal — RT USA

Just when you thought the government couldn’t ruin the First Amendment any further: The House of Representatives approved a bill on Monday that outlaws protests in instances where some government officials are nearby, whether or not you even know it.

The US House of Representatives voted 388-to-3 in favor of H.R. 347 late Monday, a bill which is being dubbed the Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011. In the bill, Congress officially makes it illegal to trespass on the grounds of the White House, which, on the surface, seems not just harmless and necessary, but somewhat shocking that such a rule isn’t already on the books. The wording in the bill, however, extends to allow the government to go after much more than tourists that transverse the wrought iron White House fence.

Under the act, the government is also given the power to bring charges against Americans engaged in political protest anywhere in the country.

via Goodbye, First Amendment: ‘Trespass Bill’ will make protest illegal — RT USA.

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Jun 13

Nearly 30% of Americans advocate for an armed rebellion — RT USA

Nearly one-third of Americans say an armed revolution might need to occur in the next few years to prevent an escalating war against constitutional liberties, a new study finds.Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind surveyed 863 US residents randomly in late April and found that 29 percent of those polled believe a revolution isn’t just imminent but imperative.According to the study, 29 percent of Americans agree that “an armed revolution might be necessary in order to protect our liberties” during the next few years. Forty-seven percent said they disagreed with the statement entirely, with one-fifth of the sample saying they weren’t sure how to answer.

via Nearly 30% of Americans advocate for an armed rebellion — RT USA.