Exposing COVID-19 Crimes

The video above features a lecture David E. Martin,1 Ph.D., gave in Dornach, Switzerland, in late October 2023. Martin is a national intelligence analyst and founder of IQ100 Index, which developed linguistic genomics, a platform capable of determining the intent of communications. This technology has allowed Martin to scan and review millions of patents, resulting… Read More »

Vitamin B12 Is Key for Optimal Tissue Regeneration

Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) is required for healthy nerve function and the synthesis of red blood cells and DNA. A deficiency in B12 increases inflammation and oxidative stress by raising homocysteine. High homocysteine, in turn, is associated with cardiovascular disease and decreased immune response. Vitamins B6, B9 (folate) and B12 break down homocysteine.1 B12 deficiency is… Read More »

Why Are Certain Cold Medicines Being Removed From Store Shelves?

Over-the-counter decongestants containing pseudoephedrine are commonly used to relieve stuffy noses due to colds, flu or allergies. But the drugs, which include brand names Sudafed and Galpseud, can cause life-threatening complications, including heart attack and stroke. The risk of serious adverse events is concerning enough that France’s medicines agency has warned people not to take… Read More »

Solutions for Troubled Times

In the video above, finance expert Catherine Austin Fitts, founder and president of the Solari Report, discusses coming changes to the banking system, how they threaten our freedom, and what we can do to prevent them. Fitts was the assistant secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) during the Reagan administration. She understands the financial… Read More »