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China and Brazil won’t speak ‘American’ anymore

By LUIS MIRANDA
Every couple of months, bilateral relations between new global powerhouses seem to confirm what has been long announced: The U.S. dollar is no longer seen as the world’s reserve currency.

Service Jobs Are Next to Go
By BLAIRE BRIODY
Rethink Robotics released Baxter last fall and received an overwhelming response from the manufacturing industry, selling out of their production capacity through April. He’s cheap to buy ($22,000), easy to train, and can safely work side-by-side with humans.
Sudden Death of Your Child After Vaccination May Be Written Off by Researchers

By WENDY LYDALLI
Around the world, medical authorities tell parents that vaccination has been proven not to cause SIDS, and sometimes they are even told that vaccination prevents SIDS.

United States backed Genocides: From Guatemala to Congo
By GLEND FORD
“There is no auditorium big enough to hold the all the living Americans who should justly be charged with genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.”
How Psychiatric Drugs Can Kill Your Child
By LUIS MIRANDA
Psychiatric disorders are not medical diseases. There are no lab tests, brain scans, X-rays or chemical imbalance tests that can verify any mental disorder is a physical condition.
HPV Vaccines are a Betrayal of the Public Trust
By NORMA ERICKSON
Last week, multiple news articles reported 44% of American parents refusing Gardasil or Cervarix for their children. Between 2008 and 2010, the percentage of parents concerned about the safety of these two vaccines nearly quadrupled. As of 2010, only 32% of eligible girls were vaccinated against HPV.
BRICS will create a bank to end hegemony of Europe and the U.S.
By LUIS MIRANDA
Issues such as decision-making or the contribution of each member are yet to be decided, which will likely prevent the release of the specific plans for the bank today, ahead of the meeting of Finance Ministers.
Russia and China secure their energy future without the United States
By LUIS MIRANDA
On Friday, in the Kremlin, both leaders signed a joint declaration to deepen bilateral ties and attended the signing of more than thirty agreements and documents that particularly affect the energy sector.
Bill Gates’ $100 million database to track students
By MICHAEL HAVERLUCK
The system has been in operation for several months and already contains millions of K-12 students’ personal identification ‒ ranging from name, address, Social Security number, attendance…
How to Break Up with the Financial System
By DAISY LUTHER
The US government actually has a name for people who have no bank accounts – they call these folks “the unbanked”. The FDIC defines the unbanked as “those without an account at a bank or other financial institution and are considered to be outside the mainstream for one reason or another.”
Angela Merkel blames Cypriots for bankers’ gamblings
By LUIS MIRANDA
The head of the German government was said to be “satisfied” with the result reached this weekend, after seven days of media controversy, political unrest and turmoil that followed in the stock market and that stopped the conditions of the first bailout from taking place.

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WHO warns about cancer incidence in Japan due to Fukushima radiation
The agency reports on the health risks linked to the Fukushima tragedy.
Nature’s Nutritional Secrets Unveiled
In a pill-popping world, giving your body what it needs is nothing short of revolutionary.
17 Examples of Vaccine Failures
It is the health of the institution that he led what made Pope Benedict XVI resign from his post.
Ratzinger quit because of sexual and financial scandals
It is associated with an increased risk of prostate cancer.
A Modern Day Labor Camp: Magdalene Laundries
Young women were incarcerated, often without trial, without a definitive sentence.

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