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The Rice Experiment Shows that Intentions and Words Have Power

January 17, 2018 Truthstream Media 1

The rice exposed to affectionate human intentions became only slightly discolored with age, while the jar of rice treated with threatening intentions became filled with mold, condensation, and rot. Rice that was completely ignored responded with modest condensation and small spots of mold. Unless there is fraud in this experiment, it indicates that emotions and intent can have a much stronger impact on living things, including us and those around us, than ever imagined possible. […]

Politics

Parts of Affluent California Look Like the Third-World

January 17, 2018 Daily Wire 0

A disturbing video shows thousands (literally) of tents and shacks where homeless people are living along the Santa Ana River Trail in Orange County, an upscale area in California. More than 25% of the nation’s homeless population now lives in California. Most sleep on the streets, under bridges, and tucked away in fields and parks. This video will haunt you. […]

Kakistocracy

Why California Is the Poverty Capital of America

January 17, 2018 LA Times 1

California has the highest poverty rate in the US, based on the cost of housing, food, utilities, and clothing. With 12% of the American population, California is home to about one in four of the nation’s welfare recipients. The welfare state, supported by a massive bureaucracy of 883,000 full-time state and local employees, is incentivized to expand its ‘customer’ base by bringing in more and more welfare recipients, which includes illegal aliens. In short, California is the poverty capital of America because it is ruled by collectivists. […]

Politics

Antifa Professor Admits Carrying Rifle and Chasing James Fields’ Car Before Deadly Crash

January 17, 2018 InfoWars 0

University of North Carolina anthropology professor, Dwayne Dixon, admitted chasing chasing James Alex Fields, Jr. with a rifle, causing Fields to drive into a crowd of other Antifa and Black Lives Matter protesters, resulting in one death and dozens of injuries. The media was quick to brand Field’s actions as terrorism but, according to authorities, Fields expressed remorse and shock after the incident, asking “Are they okay?”, suggesting the tragedy was not intended but a result of fleeing from Professor Dixon and his rifle. […]

Kakistocracy

Twitter Suspended Account of Conservative Congressional Candidate

January 17, 2018 Gateway Pundit 0

Twitter suspended the account of Congressional candidate, Chris DePizzo, after he tweeted that his Democrat rival was a “liberal media darling” who ignores the concerns of his own district. He also said that his opponent’s donors in California and New York were more important to him than his constituents. Clearly, Twitter is no longer just a provider of a channel of communications, it has assumed the role of censor as well – and an extremely biased one at that. […]

Kakistocracy

Google and Facebook Emerge as a Threatening Duopoly over Personal Communication.

January 17, 2018 Fox News 0

Google and Facebook have become a duopoly, capturing 84% of digital revenue worldwide, excluding China. That adds up to 30% of all revenue on the entire planet. The companies have a strong left-collectivist bias and are weaponizing their ideology. Tucker Carlson says the companies are even more powerful than governments. [Congress has the power to regulate them, but backs away partly because politicians fear this power and partly because many of them also are collectivists.] […]