How Deceptive Food Marketing Benefits Big Food Corporations But Threatens Your Health

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Beware: Deceptive food marketing ahead!

-By Paul A Philips

Nothing could be more manipulative than the way in which Big Food uses deceptive marketing to get us to buy products while increasing its profit margin. Having been deceived, you could become seriously ill through frequent and long-term consumption of certain food products you believe to be “healthy” through deceptive marketing. The corporations will take no responsibility nor be held accountable for this… see more


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“We Are Living In The Most Important Time In The History Of Our Universe”

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– Delores Cannon Discusses Our Current Paradigm

-by Arjun Walia

…Dolores’s theory proposes that a series of souls are traveling from other planets and dimensions to assist Earth at this time. Many of these souls, which are of a higher vibration than the resident Earth souls, are incarnating on the planet for the first time. She affirms that the souls that have spent many lifetimes reincarnating on Earth are stuck in a karmic cycle, repeating the same patterns of mistakes and lessons, which is ultimately leading to the destruction of the planet. Thus, there has been a calling for purer souls to come to Earth to cleanse and raise the planet’s vibration… see more


Data sharing: Facebook hands users’ friends’ data to dozens of ‘partners’ without consent

Facebook, data sharing, surveillance-Source: RT

At least 60 different firms – including Apple and Microsoft – have data-sharing partnerships with Facebook, which gave them access to user data without explicit consent, according to a New York Times investigation.

The report claims that Facebook allowed its partners to access the data of users’ friends without their explicit consent, even after declaring that it would no longer share such information with outside firms – a possible violation… see more


 

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