1058 Search Results for heart

Night for Day or Day for Night in the Heart of Darkness

Edward Curtin

“I had a dream, which was not all a dream. The bright sun was extinguish’d, and the stars Did...

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More “sudden heart attacks” …with a “climate change” twist

Kit Knightly Anyone following the news cycle since the Covid “vaccines” rolled out has seen a simply remarkable uptick...

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Another predicted spike in heart attacks (but it’s still nothing to do with the vaccines)

Kit Knightly This past week saw two high-profile Australians – cricketer Shane Warne and Labour senator Kimberley Kitching –...

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Increased energy prices could “cause heart attacks and strokes”

Kit Knightly Our UK readers will be familiar with the press coverage of the cost of living crisis in...

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Aortic Stenosis: The latest heart attack scapegoat

Kit Knightly In only our second article of this new year, This Year in the New Normal, OffG predicted...

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Wearing Your Heart on Your Lapel

W Stephen Gilbert We’re entering the poppy season again. Soon we’ll be able to play the game of spotting...

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The Divine Right of Dark-hearted Despots

This essay was in part, inspired by — and written in memory of — William Blum (1932-2018). Blum was...

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A Partisanship Of The Heart: Interior Measures Towards A Re-Visioning Of Capitalism’s Imperium Of Death

by Phil Rockstroh According to a nationwide study [https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/drug-overdose-data.htm] conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),...

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King Coal and the Nuclear Heartland, Hand in Hand in Cumbria

by Marianne Birkby at Radiation Free Lakeland The “nuclear heartland” is how Cumbria, home to Sellafield, the nuclear industry’s...

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Whistling in the Dark

Sylvia Shawcross

In the morning, the bobolink sings. It always heartens me—listening to the morning chorus of creatures waking up to...

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Better Than…

Todd Hayen

It seems that the concept of “better than . . .” has completely left the human experience. And wow,...

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Fire in the Soul: Nick Lyons

Edward Curtin

With lilacs in the dooryard blooming a week ago, I was struck by a sense of synchronicity so strong...

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And the Cancer Keeps Rolling In

Todd Hayen

Kate Middleton has cancer. The King of England has cancer. Every day we hear of more and more people...

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Maybe better than we did

Sylvia Shawcross

Now, Godot the raccoon, now aptly named Myrtle-Godot arrived plump and tired and fuzzy at dawn for what would...

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2024 & the Inevitable Rise of Biometrics

Kit Knightly

Have you noticed a lot of two-factor authentication prompts lately? Are you getting emailed verification codes that take forever...

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A Nanny State Idiocracy: A Tale of Too Many Laws and Too Little Freedom

John & Nisha Whitehead

“Whether the mask is labeled fascism, democracy, or dictatorship of the proletariat, our great adversary remains the apparatus—the bureaucracy,...

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Military Operations in Civilian Disguise – Part 3

Lissa Johnson, Daniel Broudy & David A. Hughes

Originally published by Propaganda in Focus. Part One of this article is available here and here, Part Two here...

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Menace on the Menu: The Financialisation of Farmland and the War on Food and Farming 

Colin Todhunter

Between 2008 and 2022, land prices nearly doubled throughout the world and tripled in Central-Eastern Europe. In the UK, an influx...

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This Week in the New Normal #90

Our successor to This Week in the Guardian, This Week in the New Normal is our weekly chart of...

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Wings, Prayers and Hooplas

Sylvia Shawcross

It took me a year before I finally succumbed to a phone that would accept 5G. They bugged me...

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