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7 Signs You’re Getting Healthier

By: Amanda Froelich, True Activist. It can be so easy to point fingers at our weaknesses when we’re picking up a new skill or even striving to do better at something – most relevant, getting healthy! Therefore, I find it more productive and inspiring to focus on the positives of what is working. Change isn’t […]

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Attempted Setup of Luke Rudkowski

We Are Change A few hours before making this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange.org received an email from an anonymous sender claiming to be a Bilderberg whistleblower with attached photos from inside the 2013 Bilderberg meeting at the Grove Hotel in Watford, England. The email was sent to his personal email address that he has […]

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Edward Snowden Vanishes From His Hong Kong Hotel Room

Chris Carrington Activist Post According to reports from the BBC, Edward Snowden has vanished from his Hong Kong hotel room. Ex-CIA employee Snowden, 29, was not expected to check out and the move has taken many by surprise. His whereabouts are unknown and thus far he has not made contact with anyone as to his […]

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NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden comes forward

The source behind the leak of the top-secret NSA surveillance program – one of the most significant leaks in US history – has been revealed. A 29-year-old former CIA contractor Edward Snowden has fled to Hong Kong to avoid the fate of Bradley Manning. The former technical assistant for the CIA and current employee of […]

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Anonymous Turkey hacks PM Erdogan’s office email accounts

Turkish government networks were hacked on Wednesday, compromising the private information of staffers in PM Tayyip Erdogan’s office, a source in PM’s office confirmed to Reuters. The attack was in support of the ongoing anti-government protests. Staff email accounts were reportedly accessed after a phishing attack, and those affected were cut off from the network, […]

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Turkish police brutally disperse Istanbul protest

12 people have been seriously injured and hundreds suffered respiratory problems after police attacked protesters with tear gas and water cannon in an attempt to break up an Occupy Gezi Park rally in central Istanbul. The clashes erupted after police carried out a dawn raid against protesters Friday, the second in as many days. Demonstrators […]

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Pot Legalization: Public Opinion Begins to Sway

The current battle over marijuana decriminalization is beginning to gain attention from the general public, as well as state and federal officials. No longer the platform of fringe activist groups, medical marijuana is now legal in 18 states and the District of Columbia. But it’s not only those suffering from chronic illnesses who have access […]

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App allows votes against Monsanto

A new app aims to become an engine for consumer activism, helping users spend money on products from companies they share causes with, boycotting those they don’t. The prime targets at the moment are Monsanto and Koch brothers.   The power that new technology gives to grassroots movements comes into focus occasionally. It did when […]

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