Charlotte Dubenskij reports on the ongoing Yellow Vest movement in France and the petition circulating demanding to sue the government over negligence when it comes to fighting climate change. Then, Ashlee Banks talks with Former UK MP George Galloway about Macron’s concessions, the future and goals of the Yellow Vest movement and the uprisings across Europe and Asia that they are inspiring.
The presentation of the Top 25 stories of 2017-2018 extends the tradition originated by Professor Carl Jensen and his Sonoma State University students in 1976, while reflecting how the expansion of the Project to include affiliate faculty and students from campuses across North America has made the Project even more diverse and robust. During this year’s cycle, Project Censored reviewed over 300 Validated Independent News stories (VINs) representing the collective efforts of 351 college students and 15 professors from 13 college and university campuses that participated in the Project’s Campus Affiliates Program during the past year.
“Just look at us. Everything is backwards; everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge, governments destroy freedom, the major media destroy information, and religions destroy spirituality.”
— Dr. Michael Ellner
“Declining fertility rates around the world should be cause for celebration, not alarm, a leading expert has said,” reports the UK Guardian.
‘You may recall it was barely two weeks ago that the New York Times published an op-ed applauding the extermination of the human race as a way to “save the planet.” Now, The UK Guardian, a globalist-run propaganda rag that despises human freedom, has published a story saying that declining birth rates of human babies is a “cause for celebration.”
The story cites Sarah Harper, a former director of the Royal Institution, a globalist-run depopulation front group, who explains that, “far from igniting alarm and panic falling total fertility rates were to be embraced, and countries should not worry if their population is not growing.”
Incredibly, Sarah Harper cites the rise of AI (Artificial Intelligence) and illegal immigration as reasons why human fertility doesn’t matter anymore. Apparently, she thinks that Third World illegals and self-aware machines will replace the humans in developing nations. That’s exactly why these globalists want open borders, by the way… to overrun First World nations and populate them with low-education masses that are easy to control (and easy for globalists to exterminate).
Giving birth to human babies to sustain human society, “is really old thinking,” she explains in the UK Guardian article. “All the evidence is, that if families, households, societies, countries have to deal with large numbers of dependants, it takes away resources that could be put into driving society, the economy etc.,” she stated. In other words, Harper is arguing that having human babies is holding back society, and that real “progress” requires shutting down reproductive fertility.’
The true story of how the Boston Globe uncovered the massive scandal of child molestation and cover-up within the local Catholic Archdiocese, shaking the entire Catholic Church to its core.
SPOTLIGHT tells the riveting true story of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Boston Globe investigation that would rock the city and cause a crisis in one of the world’s oldest and most trusted institutions. When the newspaper’s tenacious “Spotlight” team of reporters delve into allegations of abuse in the Catholic Church, their year-long investigation uncovers a decades-long cover-up at the highest levels of Boston’s religious, legal, and government establishment, touching off a wave of revelations around the world. Directed by Academy Award-nominee Thomas McCarthy, SPOTLIGHT is a tense investigative thriller, tracing the steps to one of the biggest crime stories in modern times. Starring Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schrieber, Brian D’Arcy James and Stanley Tucci,
This story is based on events that have happened in the past, are happening now, and will happen to you soon. You can prevent this from happening to you, but you have to get ready now. Not much time left.
Yellow Jackets Uprising Against Neoliberal Macron Who Put In Place Permanent Fascist State of Emergency Laws, After France Abused Temporary State of Emergency Measures: Putting Citizens Under Preventive House Arrest
IS THE YELLOW JACKET UPRISING GOING TO RESULT IN REVOLUTION AND OVERTHROW OF NEOLIBERAL GOVERNMENT?
Has the revolution started in France?
NEOLIBERAL MACRON SYMBOLIZES THE RISE OF THE RICH 1 PERCENT, AS THEY SUPPRESS AND PUNISH THE 99 PERCENT BY BLAMING IMMIGRANTS
What seems to be rising just about all around the world (including inside of France) is a combination of Militarism, Capitalism, and Racism. The 1 percent are backing more and more political leaders globally. In France, Macron is backed up by and was put into power by the Rothshild billionaire family. Neoliberals are just as bad if not worse than Neoconservatives. Macron looks like he may be imposing his will on the 99 percent, via host of laws that grant him and his 1 percent friends absolute power and absolute control.. Here are some of the first steps he is taking to consolidate his hold on power.
The Shocking Truth About Emmanuel Macron – What You Need To Know!
THE THREE GREATEST EVILS ARE MILITARISM, RACISM AND PREDATORY CAPITALISM, AS SYMBOLIZED BY TRUMP
Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Speech About The Three Evils of White American Society; Racism, Militarism And Capitalism – Scientific Power Has Outrun Our Spiritual Power. We Have Guided Missiles And Misguided Men
FASCISM IS GROWING GLOBALLY, AS THE 1 PERCENT TAKE THE REIGNS OF POWER VIA CORPORATE INFLUENCE, AN ARMY OF LOBBYISTS AND AVALANCHES OF CORRUPTING MONEY
The Philippines claims to be a democracy, but how can that be with a situation where the state can just murder anyone it wants to, based on a rumor, neighbor complaint or just being in the wrong place at the wrong time? Can anyone disagree with the leader, without fear of being assassinated? How much REAL freedom, rights, justice and democracy is there in the Philippines, other than in name and appearance?
Many other countries that ‘grew’ extremely Fascist styles of government like Japan and Italy joined Hitler in his global quest for domination over other countries, order to have ABSOLUTE power globally. Currently, it seems that the run up to a WWIII is in the works, as many supposed democracies are descending into Fascist forms of government, both via Neoliberal and Neoconservative leaders that favor war over peace accords and UN brokered agreements. As they above countries descend into more Militarism, Capitalism, Racism, brutality, absolute power, and absolute control, it will results in more and more absolute corruption.
POWER AND MONEY CORRUPTS, ABSOLUTE POWER AND AVALANCHES OF 1 PERCENT MONEY CORRUPT ABSOLUTELY, RESULT IN FASCISM
Power and money corrupts
Absolute power and absolutely insane mountains of money corrupt absolutely
What is fascism?
PROVING FASCISM CAN HAPPEN UNDER EITHER A LIBERAL OR CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT, MACRON MAKES FASCIST BUT TEMPORARY STATE OF EMERGENCY LAWS INTO PERMANENT LAWS
Fascism can and will happen under Neoliberals like Macron, or here in the US under Clinton, Pelosi and other paid off corporate Democrats.
Liberal fascism: It’s Macron, not Le Pen, making state of emergency permanent
FASCISM GROWS BY STEPS; ONE OF THE FIRST STEPS WAS TO PUT IN PLACE ‘EMERGENCY’ LAWS THAT WERE TEMPORARY
THE STATE OF EMERGENCY WAS ONLY SUPPOSED TO TARGET TERRORISTS, BUT IN PRACTICE IS TARGETED ALL PROTESTERS AND LEADERS OF OPPOSITION MOVEMENTS, ARRESTING THEM ALL
ARE THE JACKBOOTS OF FASCISM RISING IN FRANCE?
Time will tell, but it is a worrying sign when the military patrols the streets with automatic weapons and in full military gear. Usually, that is only reserved for Fascist governments, who rule with an iron fist, and allow no dissent.
THE VICHY FLAG OF A FASCIST FRANCE
Did France learn from history, or will the lesson have to be repeated again?
COMMON DREAMS; FRANCE ARRESTS CLIMATE ACTIVISTS AHEAD OF COP21 AND PUTS THEM UNDER HOUSE ARREST
UN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE ON STATES OF EMERGENCY
VIOLATING FREE SPEECH AND FREE ASSEMBLY AND FREE MOVEMENT WITHOUT ANY CHARGES IS A GROSS VIOLATION OF DEMOCRACY; SIGNALS A DESCENT INTO FASCISM
There is a birth of multi dimensional thinking and of an expanded state of consciousness that is leading to Oneness in the world. But at the same time this birth is happening, there is also a death and dying process happening. Which one will ‘win’ in the end?
The choice is ours to make individually. Ideally, we focus individually on love, peace, forgiveness and creating a world of Oneness that works for everyone.
But for those who don’t want to evolve, there is the option of devolution into darkness, which grows fear, separation, anxiety, anger, hatred and violence, as the ‘dying’ choice.
Source: A Green Road Journal
What Were the Orphan Trains?
The real-life history behind Wanderville.
The orphan trains were a series of social service programs that relocated poor and homeless city children.From 1854 to 1929, more than 200,000 children traveled by train from the East Coast to seek new homes in nearly every state in the continental United States.
Poverty in the Cities
By the mid-1800s, millions of people lived in poverty in East Coast cities like Boston and New York. Many were immigrants who had recently arrived from other countries seeking a better life. Others had come from more rural parts of the U.S. to work in factories. As a result, cities were growing, and some areas, especially poor neighborhoods, were becoming extremely crowded.
In one such area, New York’s Lower East Side, people lived in tenements, densely populated apartment buildings that were run-down and unsanitary. Many families lived in just one or two small, cramped rooms which often lacked direct sunlight or even windows. Some tenement apartments housed illegal factories, where workers sewed garments or assembled items like brooms or cigars, working long hours for low wages. Children were among the urban poor. They lived in slums and tenements with their families and many worked in factories—sometimes instead of going to school.
A great many children were homeless as well. The polluted water and filthy living conditions in big cities led to epidemics and other diseases that left children orphaned. Some children were abandoned by parents who were too destitute to raise them; others were runaways escaping abuse or neglect. Although many private charitable and religious organizations operated orphan asylums, they were often filled to capacity. Thousands of children lived on the streets: they begged strangers for money, foraged through garbage, and slept in doorways and alleys. Some even turned to crime, picking pockets, stealing food, or joining street gangs. All of these children were commonly known as “urchins,” “waifs,” or “little wanderers.”
The Children’s Aid Society
In the 1850s, a minster named Charles Loring Brace went to work in New York City as a missionary dedicated to helping the poor. When he saw how many children were homeless, he founded an organization called The Children’s Aid Society. Brace felt that orphanages weren’t the best solution for these children. He also believed that if they grew up on the streets, they would become criminals as adults. Through the Children’s Aid Society, his goal was to send these children far from the cities to live in the country, where he thought they would have better lives.
At first the Children’s Aid Society placed children in rural households in New England and upstate New York. But advances in railroad travel made it possible to send larger numbers of children farther west. In 1854, the Children’s Aid Society sent its first group of 46 children by boat and train to Dowagiac, Michigan. When the children arrived there, the town residents and local farmers were invited to choose a boy or a girl to take home. The trip was considered a success, and over the next sixty years, many more trainloads followed, carrying children to the Midwest and beyond. Other charity organizations began to send children on trains as well, from Boston, Baltimore and other East Coast cities in addition to New York.
Being “Placed Out”
Many of the children who rode the orphan trains came from city orphanages. But a significant number of the train riders were not full orphans at all—they had at least one living parent who had given them up in order to save them from a life of poverty. Once they boarded the trains, most children never saw or heard from their birth families again. They were given new clothes and sometimes a Bible, and they traveled in groups escorted by at least one adult. The train journeys would often take several days.
The trains stopped at towns where people were waiting to see and select the children. A train’s arrival would be advertised in advance, with handbills, posters, and notices in the newspapers. Some people were interested in choosing a child to raise as their own. Others, though, were looking for older children who could do housework, farm chores or other labor.
At each stop, the orphan train riders were lined up at the train depot or other public area while people looked them over. Boys and girls were often inspected closely to see if they were healthy and suited for hard work—people looked into their mouths to check their teeth or felt their limbs, treating them much like livestock. Sometimes a child would sing a song or recite a poem in order to make a good impression. Unless they were lucky enough to be chosen by the same family, siblings were often separated and sent to live in different homes from one another. Once the selection process had finished, any children who were not chosen would return to the train with their escorts and continue to the next stop, where the selection would begin again.
Many children were adopted into the families that chose them. Some, however, were little more than servants, and some were abused, neglected, or overworked. While the Children’s Aid Society tried to check on the children they placed and make sure they were treated well, it was often very difficult to follow up. Sometimes, when there were problems, a child would be sent to a new home. Other times a child might simply run away.
Despite these problems, the orphan train program made a difference in the lives of many children. A number of them went on to be successful in adulthood. Two members of congress and a Supreme Court justice rode the orphan trains as children, and two boys who were on the same train in 1859 became the governor of North Dakota and the governor of Alaska.
The orphan trains stopped running in 1929. By then, the ways to help homeless children were beginning to change. More government social programs were established to help the poor, and large orphanages were being replaced by foster homes. Many years after the last orphan train ran, a museum in Concordia, Kansas was built to remember the thousands of young riders.