Breaking News : Doritos Chips Linked to Cancer and Other Diseases.

We should all be aware that our world is run by greedy CEOs. By now they have incorporated so many toxic ingredients in our food supply that it’s hard to even know what is healthy anymore. Processed foods are terrible…

Processed foods are terrible for our health. They are packed full of ingredients like high fructose corn syrup, and they are causing a rapid decline in the public’s health. They also contain lots of artificial ingredients that were never meant to be consumed in the first place. They are artificial chemicals that are added to food to make it cheaper to produce. They contain preservatives, which are chemicals to prevent the food from rotting. Colorants and flavors are chemicals used to give foods a certain taste and color. Lastly, processed foods contain texturants or more chemicals added in to give the food texture. It’s needless to say that processed foods are terrible for our health.

One of the most popularly consumed foods in America, Doritos chips, are heavily processed and have recently been linked to cancer and other diseases. Processed foods are the reason that our health is declining so rapidly, heart disease is the number one killer in the USA, and cancer patients are multiplying. It’s because of food brands like Doritos, sell massive amounts of cancer-causing chemicals all over the world – yet they’re not only getting away with it, they’re stinking freakin’ rich.

Doritos has an immense amount of ingredients that are horrible for your body. For starters, they contain genetically modified corn. They contain toxic pesticides that destroy your entire body. Over time, they deteriorate your most vital organs like your liver, kidneys, and immune system.

Several animal studies indicate serious health risks associated with GMO food including infertility, immune problems, accelerated aging, faulty insulin regulation, and changes in major organs and the gastrointestinal system.”

Doritos also contain harmful dyes and colorants that are detrimental to your health. Yellow #5 and Yellow #6 are included in Doritos, and they can cause hyperactivity, allergic reactions, and cancer. Red #40 has been shown to damage DNA. It caused swelling around the mouth, hives, hyperactivity, and cancer in children. Maltodextrin is another popular chemical in processed foods. It’s a chemical sweetener made from cornstarch, but it derives from genetically modified corn.

Ingredients of Doritos:

Whole corn, vegetable oil (corn, soybean, and/or sunflower oil), salt, cheddar cheese (milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), maltodextrin, wheat flour, whey, monosodium glutamate, buttermilk solids, romano cheese (part skim cow’s milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), whey protein concentrate, onion powder, partially hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oil, corn flour, disodium phosphate, lactose, natural and artificial flavor, dextrose, tomato powder, spices, lactic acid, artificial color (including Yellow 6, Yellow 5, Red 40), citric acid, sugar, garlic powder, red and green bell pepper powder, sodium caseinate, disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate, nonfat milk solids, whey protein isolate, corn syrup solids.

One of the main reasons the United States has such an obesity problem is because of the corn syrup solids present in most processed foods. It disrupts the metabolism, elevated blood triglyceride levels, cause weight gain, and heart disease. Just because the food tastes good, doesn’t mean you should eat it. They modify the food to taste good and be addictive with chemicals.

Instead of eating the toxic Doritos, make your own healthy versions of this recipe!


The recently named national animal of the US is being sent to slaughter over a political dispute in Yellowstone National Park. It was recently found that 44 bison, which are part of one of the last remaining wild herds in the country, are being captured in Yellowstone National Park‘s Stephens Creek bison trap and are being sent to slaughter. These bison were born wild and have spent their lives growing up in the Yellowstone National Park, in the state of Wyoming, and are considered a national treasure. However, in the upcoming months, hundreds of bison will be caught and slaughtered in an annual cull.

In 1902, bison populations were at serious risk in the Yellowstone National Park, with only about two dozen left, which was largely due to an excess of hunting and poaching. Following these drastic declining numbers, intervention began as workers within Yellowstone worked hard to bring the species back from incredibly low numbers, which turned out to be a huge success.

However, following this, ranchers who were raising livestock in Montana decided that they no longer wanted the buffalo near their cattle, as they feared an outbreak of brucellosis, which is a disease that causes cattle to have miscarriages. The ranchers decided that they could not risk an outbreak of the disease within their herd, as it would seriously affect th.eir income. Despite this, it is believed that bison originally caught the disease from cow ranchers who had allowed their cattle to graze in the national park in 1917, and individuals at the Buffalo Field Campaign (BFC) claim that the disease has never spread from wild buffalo to domestic cattle, and all female cows in the region are required to be vaccinated against the disease.

In 1995, the state sued the National Park Service (NPS) and a settlement was reached which created the Interagency Bison Management Plan. The aim of this plan is to maintain bison population numbers within the park below 3,000.

When population numbers exceed 3,000, the additional bison are sent to slaughter by native tribes or are shot by hunters. This means that the park is now slaughtering the very animals that it previously worked so hard for over a century to protect.

Marty Zaluski, a state vet for the Montana Department of Livestock, told The Dodo, “It’s really complex and if there were a simple solution, we would have fixed it already”. Zaluski claims that the bison population increases by around 13% each year, meaning that populations do need to be managed in order to prevent hundreds of bison being sent to slaughter. The largest cull that has taken place so far was in the winter of 2007 when 1,600 bison were killed.

Zaluski continued his comments by saying that he thinks that fertility control should be in place to keep the numbers down instead of slaughtering them, which he believes makes more sense as the species are not at risk of extinction anymore. He said, “To be quite honest, I am frustrated and mystified about why fertility control is a tool that isn’t being used. You can reduce population and reduce the number of animals going to slaughter”. There are currently believed to be around 5,500 bison in Yellowstone National Park, which means that 2,500 are currently at risk of being killed.

Conservationist Stephany Seay from the Buffalo Field Campaign believes that the interventions in the bison populations are fuelled by ranchers with political influence, and bison populations need to remain in order to actually heal the damage on the land made by cattle.He said in a statement,

“Montana’s livestock lobby continues to play deadly political games with this keystone species which is not in the least guilty of the crimes cattlemen blame them with. In truth, invasive cattle have left death, pollution and destruction in their wake across the lands of the west, and only wild, migratory buffalo can heal these injuries.”

Seay also commented on the sad notion of culling considering that bison were recently named as the national animal by the US Congress due to the fact that they “embody such monumental significance in this country, as a symbol of the wild, untamed land, as the true shapers and stewards of native grasslands and prairie communities”. Although research is currently being carried out to find a suitable area to relocate the bison to in order to decrease the numbers in the national park, this may not even be possible as it is currently against the state and federal laws to move any wild bison to other land reserves that may have been exposed to brucellosis. Due to this, the NPS are proposing a quarantine program for the bison. They said,

“From quarantine, animals that repeatedly test negative for brucellosis could be sent alive to other public, private or tribal lands. Quarantine would reduce the need for capture/slaughter operations, and it would promote an even more robust population of Yellowstone bison across the country”.

However, the state of Montana and the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) have disagreed with this proposal as they have disputed the location for the bison to be moved to. Therefore, plans for this year’s bison cull are still in place. The NPS have urged citizens to discuss the culls with their local representatives and the members of the Interagency Bison Management Plan, in order to come up with new ideas to save these innocent animals who urgently need help.

Seay added,

“In one direction lies the trap, in the other the gun, and these attacks last for months on end without respite”.
What are your thoughts?

PSYCHOLOGICAL TEST: Who looks younger? Your choice will indicate what kind of thinker you are.

The personality tests that we show each day on our page are very popular among our followers, mainly because many of them help people to better know their inner world and certain hidden skills that they had not previously noticed. In today’s article, we propose something different from what has been seen previously: in this image three children appear, but one seems younger than the rest. Now it’s your turn, which one do you think it is?


Do you belong to 35% of the population that has chosen the first answer? You must be in luck since you belong to the selected group of intuitive thinkers. What does this mean? Mainly that instinct is one of the qualities that define you the most and you feel the proudest… You know perfectly well when to act, what decisions will be right and even what people are the best to share your life with! You are almost never wrong, and that makes you successful.

When you get up every morning you think it’s impossible to explain the world in a logical way, but you also think it’s totally unnecessary. It is best to face life as it is, not necessarily operating with our brain at every moment. As for your feelings, something that really characterises you completely is honesty… You’ll probably gain more of problems for your comments, but you really think it’s for the best.


4 out of 10 people consider that the second child is the one who seems younger than the others. These people are complex thinkers. Is this a virtue or a defect? Surely the first thing, since these people know perfectly what the pros and cons of any aspects are. They may take a long time to make an important decision, but they are guaranteed the greatest possible success… You cannot fail to have such a brilliant mind!

As for the world in general, you think that most of the events that happen cannot be explained logically… what surrounds us is too complex to be defined in a simple sentence! Probably logic is not exactly one of the things that have more values, like reason, but your actions have given rise to the rest of your close friends to be right in everything… You may not be the most friendly person in the world, But those who know you really know you worth it…

For you, a balance between logic, intuition, and reason is the best that can be. The combination of the three is present in your mind, which makes you very wise. One of the professions that would best suit you would be the teacher: sharing your knowledge with the new generations is something that you really love and do as a person. Your students will realise that you are doing your best to learn many important concepts, and that will make them do their part too.


25% of the people who face this test solve that the last boy is the one that really seems much younger than the rest. What does this mean? These individuals are thought of as so-called logical thinkers. Are you among them? If so, it means that when face problems, you often make decisions that are based on reasoning. Although it values the quality of intuition a lot, it is not precisely between your abilities… Logic will help you fulfill all your desires!

One of your main virtues is leadership: your closest friends see you as really charismatic and with very great gifts to control every situation, so they will not hesitate twice to follow you. On the other hand, your firm oratory makes it possible for you to be able to persuade anyone who thinks differently about you… Your arguments will change their minds completely! Feel very proud of this ability, since it can open many doors in different areas of life…

It is obvious that you have very extensive knowledge of a great number of different disciplines: mathematics, science, art, nutrition… Those around you recognise your talent and feel very good to be a part of your most personal circle. When making an important decision you often think for several minutes of the answer, but after a thorough analysis, always come to a successful conclusion. If you think something is right, you will take the initiative to make it happen…


A Native American Activist Followed Her Mother’s Footsteps to Standing Rock. Now She Faces Years in Prison.

After spending a year in jail awaiting trial, Oglala Lakota Sioux activist Red Fawn Fallis pleaded guilty last week to two federal felonies related to her arrest while protesting the Dakota Access pipeline. As part of the plea agreement, prosecutors dropped the most serious charge against her, which would have carried a 10-year mandatory minimum sentence with the possibility of life imprisonment.

Fallis was arrested on October 27, 2016, during a large-scale law enforcement operation to evict pipeline opponents from a camp alongside North Dakota Highway 1806. After officers tackled Fallis and pinned her on the ground facedown, they allege that she fired three shots from a revolver underneath her stomach, which did not result in any injuries. Last month, The Intercept revealed that the gun in question belonged to a paid FBI informant who was in a romantic relationship with Fallis. The informant, Heath Harmon, had infiltrated the protest camps starting in August 2016 and was near Fallis’s side for much of the day leading up to her arrest.

As a condition of the plea bargain, federal prosecutors dismissed the count of discharge of a firearm in relation to a felony crime of violence, and the state of North Dakota, which had previously charged Fallis with attempted murder, agreed not to reinstate or pursue any charges related to the incident. Prosecutors have recommended Fallis receive a seven-year sentence, although U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland can still impose up to 10 years in prison based on Fallis’s guilty plea to civil disorder and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Fallis’s attorneys are recommending a sentence of 21 to 27 months, including one year of time served.

In a statement explaining Fallis’s decision to accept the plea deal, the Water Protector Legal Collective cited several negative pretrial rulings issued by Hovland, as well as the likelihood of jury bias based on a survey of potential jurors revealing strong antagonistic feelings toward anti-pipeline protesters. U.S. Attorney David Hagler declined to comment for this story. A Morton County Sheriff’s Department spokesperson did not respond to a request for comment.

While law enforcement frequently cited Fallis’s case to advance a narrative of anti-pipeline protesters as violent extremists, her supporters see her legal plight as only the latest episode in the U.S. government’s long history of hostility toward indigenous people who push back against powerful government and corporate interests. More than 50 people turned out to support Fallis at her federal hearing in Bismarck on January 22; many expressed sadness and outrage about her likely prison sentence.

“As indigenous people, we’re simply not allowed to act in defense of our children, land, or traditions without incurring severe punishment,” said Eryn Wise, a member of the Jicarilla Apache and Laguna Pueblo nations who worked with Fallis at Standing Rock. “We’re horrified they took another person from us who we may not get back for a long time.”

Unanswered Questions

Fallis’s arrest in October 2016 occurred amid a highly militarized police raid on land that would still belong to the Great Sioux Nation had the Fort Laramie treaties of 1851 and 1868 been honored. In a pretrial motion, Fallis’s attorneys attempted to raise the issue in her case, arguing that the government had a burden to establish the law enforcement operation as lawful by addressing treaty rights in court. But Hovland refused to allow consideration of this broader historical context, instead making several orders to limit the case’s scope. “This is not a complex case,” Hovland insisted in a January 2 order.

Fallis’s attorneys also filed several motions asking the government to disclose information related to the sweeping surveillance activities of public law enforcement and private security contractors hired by the company behind the Dakota Access pipeline. Drawing in part on stories and documents published by The Intercept, they argued that Fallis’s case could not be considered apart from this intrusive intelligence gathering, given that an undercover informant employed by the FBI had initiated a relationship with Fallis, and then made available the gun she was accused of firing.

As The Intercept previously reported, Harmon said he was recruited by the FBI after approaching his brother, a Bureau of Indian Affairs police officer, about “being an observer” of the protest movement. He gave conflicting accounts about the gun. On the morning after Fallis’s arrest, he filed a report with the Mandan Police Department claiming it had been stolen two to three weeks prior. Later, in an interview with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives and the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation, he said he’d last seen the weapon a few days before Fallis’s arrest, having left it in her trailer at the water protectors’ Rosebud Camp.

Defense lawyers for Fallis sought additional materials regarding Harmon’s activities as an informant, contending that prosecutors had only turned over “sparse summaries” of his communications with the FBI rather than the more detailed reports that likely existed if the bureau followed its standard protocols. They also requested information on other covert operatives at Standing Rock. In a pretrial hearing, one of the officers who helped arrest Fallis had testified that law enforcement received a briefing on the morning of October 27, 2016, from either a law enforcement or private security infiltrator who was posing as a protester. Hovland ruled against these requests for discovery information.

Defense filings suggest the documents turned over by the government still included some new information on Harmon’s activities. He had been “instructed to collect information on potential violence, weapons, and criminal activity,” a defense motionnoted, adding that Harmon’s FBI contacts had recommended that he receive extra compensation to keep him “motivated for future taskings.” The defense motion suggested that Harmon had been slated to testify against Fallis had her case gone to trial as scheduled.

Additional discovery requests rejected by Hovland pertained to the activities of private security agencies. Fallis’s attorneys had challenged the legality of police operations at Standing Rock due to law enforcement’s close collaboration with TigerSwan, a security firm hired to protect the pipeline. An ongoing lawsuit filed by the North Dakota Private Investigation and Security Board alleges that TigerSwan illegally provided security and investigative services in the state after having been denied a license to do so. A civil trial in that case has been scheduled for October 2018.

Following The Intercept’s publication of a “links chart” prepared by a North Dakota fusion center identifying Fallis as a leader of the protest movement more than seven weeks prior to her arrest, defense lawyers asked the judge to compel the government to turn over all intelligence collected about Fallis and her activities. The judge ordered the government to “disclose all relevant information” concerning Fallis, including but not limited to her placement on the chart — but such disclosure will no longer be required given Fallis’s decision to accept the government’s plea offer.

A Legacy of Activism

Among the water protectors who gathered at Standing Rock, Fallis was known for her work as a medic and mentor to younger activists. According to Mia Stevens, a family friend, Fallis had dedicated her work to her late mother, Troy Lynn Yellow Wood, a prominent activist with the American Indian Movement.

Founded in 1968, AIM fought for the legal rights and cultural survival of indigenous people. According to Phyllis Young, a Standing Rock Sioux tribal member and longtime AIM member, Yellow Wood was at the center of many of the group’s struggles and helped to establish Women of All Red Nations, which fought for an end to forced sterilization of indigenous women, among other causes.

By traveling to Standing Rock, Fallis was almost literally following in her mother’s footsteps. In 1974, Young said, members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe invited AIM to an area at the confluence of the Missouri and Cannonball rivers known as Sacred Stone, which would later become the site of the first NoDAPL camp.

Until the 1978 passage of the American Indian Religious Freedom Act, it was illegal for indigenous people to practice many of their traditional spiritual ceremonies. Standing Rock traditionalists decided to carry out a pipe ceremony at the site and sought AIM’s protection to do so. Yellow Wood was among the AIM members who responded to that call, Young said.

Many of Fallis’s supporters contend that her stature as a politically active indigenous woman played a central role in drawing the attention of law enforcement. “They just could not stand for us as Indians to talk back to them, and most of all, they couldn’t stand for us as women to be talking back to them,” Young said.

In early May, Fallis was granted a three-day furlough from jail to attend a memorial in Denver for her mother and grandmother. Young, who accompanied her to the ceremony, said Fallis had a emotional reunion with family members before receiving blessings at traditional ceremonies organized on her behalf. “They honored her far into night,” Young said.

But while an older generation of AIM activists sees Fallis as having carried on the work of the organization, her case also represents a continuation of the infiltration that created fissures within AIM in the 1970s. Standing Rock Sioux tribal member Ladonna Allard, who hosted the Sacred Stone Camp, says people in the movement are “trying to deal with the whole fact of Heath Harmon and how he was able to get so close to everybody.”

After spending a year in jail following her arrest, Fallis was transferred to a halfway house in Fargo. Earlier this month, federal marshals re-arrested her after she failed to attend a mandatory adult education course and returned late to the halfway house. At the January 22 hearing, both prosecutors and defense attorneys expressed supported for returning Fallis to the halfway house with the addition of GPS monitoring.

While Fallis’s case has been one of the highest profile among the hundreds filed against anti-DAPL protesters, she is not the only one to face harsh penalties for her role in the protests. On January 21, attorneys for Michael “Rattler” Markus, another pipeline opponent charged with federal crimes related to the October 27 raid, announced that they had arrived at a plea agreement with the U.S. government. Prosecutors will drop the most serious charge against Markus — use of fire to commit a federal felony offense — in exchange for his plea of guilty to civil disorder. Prosecutors and the defense are jointly recommending a prison sentence of 36 months.

A sentencing hearing for Fallis is scheduled for May 31. Her attorneys intend to call several witnesses, defense attorney Bruce Ellison said at the hearing in Bismarck. Ellison is also a longtime attorney for Leonard Peltier, a member of AIM who was imprisoned for the killings of two FBI agents in the 1970s, in what many indigenous activists and human rights groups have labeled a wrongful conviction.

According to Eryn Wise, a member of the International Indigenous Youth Council, the young people who grew to admire Fallis at Standing Rock have only grown more determined as they’ve followed her case, particularly given the urgency of climate change and other environmental degradation, as well as the prevailing sense that their traditional lands remain under occupation by the U.S. government.

“What’s happened to Red Fawn has only inspired the youth to pursue this line of work more,” Wise said, “because they realize that without people standing up like she has, there won’t be a future for anybody.”

Top photo: Danielle Giagnoli carries a sign in support of Red Fawn Fallis during a “Stand With Standing Rock” demonstration against the Dakota Access pipeline in Santa Ana, Calif., Nov. 26, 2016.

Bald Eagles Keep Dying Because of Lead Poisoning And No One’s Talking About It

The national bird of the United States is the bald eagle, because it represents freedom and independence. Rather ironically, bald eagles are disappearing everywhere and nobody is even saying anything about it.

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Bald eagles are close to facing extinction because their food sources are being poisoned by US manufacturers. Dangerous chemicals are released into bald eagle habitats and causes them to get sick and slowly die off. In the 1950’s they started using pesticides such as DDT.This is infecting their natural habitats, and it isn’t just the eagles that are affected. Fish are also taking a heavy hit from this toxic chemical. Thankfully, DDT is now illegal in the United States. However, eagles are still declining.

Lynn Tompkins, executive director of Blue Mountain Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center has been studying the decline of these majestic birds for over 30 years. One eagle was brought into their rehabilitation center that could barely even hold his head up. He was lethally poisoned with chemicals, but the rescuers cleansed them from his blood.

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The national bird of the United States is the bald eagle, because it represents freedom and independence. Rather ironically, bald eagles are disappearing everywhere and nobody is even saying anything about it.

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Bald eagles are close to facing extinction because their food sources are being poisoned by US manufacturers. Dangerous chemicals are released into bald eagle habitats and causes them to get sick and slowly die off. In the 1950’s they started using pesticides such as DDT.This is infecting their natural habitats, and it isn’t just the eagles that are affected. Fish are also taking a heavy hit from this toxic chemical. Thankfully, DDT is now illegal in the United States. However, eagles are still declining.

Lynn Tompkins, executive director of Blue Mountain Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center has been studying the decline of these majestic birds for over 30 years. One eagle was brought into their rehabilitation center that could barely even hold his head up. He was lethally poisoned with chemicals, but the rescuers cleansed them from his blood.

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“His head was upside down when we got him,” Tompkins told The Dodo. “Lead affects the nerves, so that’s your brain, your use of muscles, all parts of the body. The birds often cannot stand … They usually have difficulty breathing. They cannot even open their beaks.”However, this bird was poisoned with lead.
Led poisoning is prevalent among bald eagles. Tompkins says that she tested 160 birds for traces of lead. “We’re finding it in more and more species,” she said. “We started off with eagles but now we’re also testing hawks, owls and other birds.” Tompkins found that 80 percent of eagles, 30 percent of hawks and 25 percent of great horned owls had lead in their blood.


Pro-Cannabis Doctor, Who Fought Against Big Pharma, Found Dead at Home

Holistic pro-cannabis doctor found dead.

A holistic doctor who was an advocate of cannabis as a medical treatment has been found dead.


Popular and well-known former Miss Universe contestant Sonya Kay Forbes was found dead at her Cunningham Avenue, St. Andrew home, and the autopsy revealed the cause of death was a stab wound to the abdomen.

Dr. Forbes, 40 was known for being in support of using cannabis to treat and cure medical conditions, she was currently working on a groundbreaking study which was using cannabis to help people suffering from long term eye problems.

Dr. Forbes is just the latest in a long line of holistic doctors who have been found dead at home in mysterious circumstances.

The pressures of being a holistic doctor in a world led by Big Pharma are huge. To go against the status quo in terms of healthcare is a dangerous move, and many holistic doctors have talked about the pressures and threats from the mainstream pharmaceutical industry.

Marijuana in particular is one of the newest types of alternative drugs that holistic doctors such as Forbes have been promoting, and Big Pharma don’t like it.

Despite being legalized in around half of all U.S states now, heavy sanctions on the marijuana industry prove just how unsure and still wary the government are about letting people enjoy the benefits of this wonderful drug.

The close ties that Big Pharma share with the government due to billions of dollars of lobby money given each year means that one does not operate without the approval of the other.

Naturally, anyone who is an enemy of Big Pharma makes themselves an enemy of the government and vice versa.


Dr. Forbes was a former resident at Kingston Public Hospital and dedicated her life to spreading the message about how more people should be choosing alternative therapies such as marijuana instead of Big Pharma’s chemical drugs.

After the recent holistic doctor deaths, friends and family of Dr. Forbes say that she had made a point of telling them that she was ‘not suicidal’.

RJR News reported that investigators have said that Dr. Forbes died of a single stab wound to the stomach, and they have declined to say whether the wound was self inflicted or not.

Dr. Forbes was a well known public figure in her area and aside from her medical background, was also known for her former beauty queen days, when she participated in the Miss Jamaica World contest in 1999.



The dust rose from the ground as hundreds of Lakota tribesmen and women danced around a pine tree, lifting their voices to the heavens. Adorned with robes that displayed birds, the moon and other nature scenes, they went on for hours before collapsing. The scene repeated itself for days on end. They danced to the point of exhaustion, sometimes even death. Which was fitting, because to the Lakota tribe and their brethren, their very existence was on the line.

The Ghost Dance, of the late 19th century, was an act of desperation and faith. While the federal government saw it as revolutionary, the result was simply tragedy. Introduced by a Paiute prophet named Wovoka, aka Jack Wilson to whites, the dance saw Native American followers of Wovoka — who claimed to have had a vision during a solar eclipse on January 1, 1889 — dance around a tree in a trance. Why? To wipe out evil and bring about the restoration of the Natives and the buffalo while getting rid of the white settlers. A tall order for a mere dance, and to help, the believers wore special shirts they said could repel bullets. If all Native Americans danced in unison, some thought, they could be saved.

The most influential Lakota leader was the legendary Sitting Bull, who helped lead a short-lived military triumph against Maj. Gen. George Armstrong Custer at Little Bighorn in 1876. He and his compatriots were now confined to Standing Rock Reservation. With the bison decimated and little rainfall on unfamiliar land, starvation loomed. “These guys come up with the Ghost Dance, and it’s completely an alien thing to Sitting Bull,” says Ernie Lapointe, Sitting Bull’s great-grandson and biographer. “But he allowed it to be practiced among his people because they had to have some kind of hope for survival.”

Dancing in a circle spread like wildfire, and federal agents in the region grew alarmed by the craze. They saw it as an apocalyptic cult — a precursor to insurrection — even though the reality was quite peaceful. “Indians are dancing in the snow and are wild and crazy,” an agent at South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation telegrammed Washington in late 1890. “We need protection and we need it now.”

President Benjamin Harrison sent the Army to head off a revolt, and Maj. James McLaughlin — the agent for Standing Rock — concluded that removing Sitting Bull was key to ending the craze. Sitting Bull wasn’t planning a fight; in fact, he tried getting his people to stop dancing because he saw things were getting out of hand. He planned to travel to Pine Ridge to consult with leaders there about how to end the Ghost Dance. But before he could do so, McLaughlin sent in a cadre of Indian police officers to arrest Sitting Bull on December 15, 1890. The 56-year-old leader, spurred on by a supportive crowd, stood his ground. A supporter of the holy man shot policeman Lt. Bull Head, who wheeled around and shot Sitting Bull. A shoot-out ensued, killing eight Native Americans, including Sitting Bull, and six police officers.

“This conflict, which cost so many lives, is much to be regretted,” McLaughlin later wrote, concluding, “yet the good resulting therefrom can scarcely be overestimated, as it has effectually eradicated all seeds of disaffection sown by the Messiah Craze.”

And the death toll from that encounter was soon to be dwarfed, when Big Foot, another Lakota leader, fled with a traveling party toward Pine Ridge. Amid Ghost Dance–inflamed tensions, the Army intercepted them, and while trying to disarm the Natives at a cavalry camp along Wounded Knee Creek, several of them started to dance. When a Lakota refused to give up his rifle and a shot went off, the soldiers responded by massacring as many as 300 men, women and children.

Lapointe says the story about his people being defeated at Wounded Knee is false. The Lakota are still there, he says, and will remain on the land after the whites have gone. Last year, Standing Rock once again was at the center of a standoff, as protests against an oil pipeline just outside its borders secured a temporary halt to construction. But oil now courses through the Dakota Access Pipeline, and under waterways that the Lakotafear will be contaminated.

In Lapointe’s eyes, the pipeline is just an extension of what the government has done to his people for centuries — and a reflection of the settlers’ lack of humility and respect for the land. “They’ve always had this fear of Native people because of our spiritual way of life,” Lapointe says. “They are always fearing everything — even today.”


Disturbing: Researchers Finally Confirm That Cancer Is A Purely Man-Made Disease

Researchers confirm that cancer is a ‘man-made’ disease.

Cancer is such a huge health problem worldwide, it is now estimated that in some parts of the world one in two people will develop cancer at some stage in their life.


There is currently no cure for cancer and as it stands, it is one of the most debilitating and life changing diseases. But the scariest part is that it seems to have come out of nowhere.

Just going back to the 1950’s cancer rates were a fraction of what they are today, people who are old enough to remember will recall cancer being something that was fairly uncommon, highly dangerous and not properly understood.

Now researchers at the University of Manchester have confirmed what doctors have been suspecting – the reason that cancer rates have sky rocketed is that they are a human-borne disease that is being fed year on year.

The team of researchers focused their study on looking at the skeletons of mummified bodies alive thousands of years ago, and they made the groundbreaking discovery that not a single ‘mummy’ dies from cancer, or even had tumors present in their body at time of death.

This result proves that cancer is something that has developed in recent years, tumors being able to develop and grow in our bodies due to the environments we now live in.

Poor diets and lifestyle choices such as having totally sedentary lives, not getting enough exercise and eating way too much processed foods and foods that contain chemicals are all factors that contribute to cancers these days that the Egyptians just weren’t exposed to.

Lead researcher Michael Zimmerman said:

“In an ancient society lacking surgical intervention, evidence of cancer should remain in all cases. The virtual absence of malignancies in mummies must be interpreted as indicating their rarity in antiquity, indicating that cancer-causing factors are limited to societies affected by modern industrialization,”


While Professor Rosalie David noted:

“In industrialized societies, cancer is second only to cardiovascular disease as a cause of death. But in ancient times, it was extremely rare. There is nothing in the natural environment that can cause cancer. So it has to be a man-made disease, down to pollution and changes to our diet and lifestyle.

The important thing about our study is that it gives a historical perspective to this disease. We can make very clear statements on the cancer rates in societies because we have a full overview. We have looked at millennia, not one hundred years, and have masses of data.

Yet again extensive ancient Egyptian data, along with other data from across the millennia, has given modern society a clear message – cancer is man-made and something that we can and should address.”


20 Signs Your Body is Too Acidic and 10 Ways To Quickly Alkalize It

Acidity affects all body organs, the skin, intestines, brain, bones, lungs, liver, kidneys, and heart.

So if the environment in the body is excessively acidic, the body will suffer from numerous health issues.

As soon as the body enters a state of acidosis, the body is a perfect environment for multiple ailments and diseases, and it will become a subject of chronic inflammation, which is the leading cause of various diseases.

Processed foods and modern, unhealthy diets, keep the body in a constantly acidic state, so the important minerals are eradicated from the body, in an attempt to neutralize and eliminate the acid.

This is the reason why numerous people suffer from osteoporosis – as the vital minerals for the bones, such as calcium, sodium, magnesium, and potassium, are removed from the body. When they are entirely depleted, the body becomes even more acidic, and major diseases, like cancer, take place.

Most meats, dairy products, soy, and grains are acidic. Also, alcohol, refined sugar, coffee, highly processed foods, sugar replacements and GMO oils (and GMO foods) are all highly acidic.

Therefore, when we consume them and they are metabolized, the body generates acidic waste products, which should be neutralized and eliminated. Alkaline foods are the ones which neutralize them and should be consumed in high amounts.

These are the 20 symptoms of an excessively acidic state of the body:

  • Osteoporosis
  • Skin issues like eczema, acne, rashes, and dermatitis of all types
  • Immune deficiency
  • Sinus Issues
  • Joint pain and aching muscles
  • Excess mucus/phlegm
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Bladder and kidney infections
  • Cardiovascular damage due to acidic plaques – increased risk of heart attack and stroke
  • Neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and dementia
  • Diabetes
  • Chest Pain
  • Candida and yeast infections
  • Chronic Cough
  • Stomach issues including bloating, indigestion, acid reflux and excess gas
  • Weight gain and/or obesity
  • Reduced mental clarity
  • Allergies
  • Cavities and sensitive gums
  • Sciatica and stiff neck

The tissues and the fluids in the body are alkaline, except for the stomach, and when it is too acidic, other tissues take alkalizing elements from other body areas and form a less-than-optimal environment in the areas of the taken elements. Therefore, when the body tries to regulate the pH levels on its own, other body systems lose their proper state.

Hence, we need to assist the body in the alkalization, by changing the diet and the lifestyle.

Here are several ways which can help you reduce the acidity in the body:

  1. You should drink plenty of water to help the body flush the toxins and other harmful substances.
  2. Lemon water can help you regulate the pH levels in the body.
  3. Consume more alkaline-forming foods, like fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, beans, and legumes.
  4. Increase the intake of greens, as they are highly alkalizing. You can consume them in the form of salads, green juices, and smoothies.
  5. Avoid acidic foods, or reduce their intake to at least one a week. This means that you should limit the use of dairy, pastries, meat, coffee, soda, eggs, popcorn, soy, seafood, alcohol, sweeteners, white vinegar, wheat products, and fish.
  6. Avoid GMO foods.
  7. Note that the pH balance of the body is significantly affected by your emotional state, so you should learn to control anger, fear, stress, resentment and jealousy. Try to find something that relaxes you, for instance, reading, yoga, swimming, or meditation.

We are the ones responsible for our own health, so make sure you provide the best conditions for your body in order to maintain its optimal state and live in health and wellbeing. Thus, you will be happier and full of energy and joy every single day.

Warren accuses Trump of ‘disrespect’ to Native Americans for ‘Pocahontas’ nickname

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has had it with the whole “Pocahontas” thing.

The Massachusetts Democrat used a surprise appearance Wednesday before a Native American audience to launch a fiery — albeit belated — counter-attack against President Trump for using that nickname as far back as the 2016 campaign.

In the D.C. address, Warren accused Trump of engaging in the “disrespect of Native people” by using the term — while doubling down on her past claims of American Indian ancestry that earned her the moniker in the first place.

“Now I’ve noticed that when my name comes up, President Trump likes to talk about Pocahontas,” Warren said in a speech to the National Congress of American Indians.

Speaking of Trump, the potential 2020 Democratic presidential candidate said: “Now we have a president who can’t make it through a ceremony honoring Native American war heroes without reducing Native history, Native culture, Native people to be the butt of a joke. The joke, I suppose, is supposed to be on me.”

She added: “Our country’s disrespect of Native people didn’t start with President Trump.”

Trump has repeatedly mocked Warren for past claims she has made about being part Native American – claims contested by opponents during her Senate runs.

During her run for the Senate in 2012, it was revealed Harvard once touted her as a minority hire, citing Native American ancestry even though she hasn’t referred to herself that way in more recent years. She had claimed to be part Cherokee. But she did not provide documentation, and one report at the time estimated she could be just 1/32 American Indian.

“I get why some people think there’s hay to be made here,” Warren said Wednesday. “You won’t find my family members on any rolls, and I’m not enrolled in a tribe. … I respect that distinction.”

Defending herself, she said: “I never used my family tree to get a break or get ahead. I never used it to advance my career.”

But she stood by her ancestry claim, saying “my mother’s family was part Native American.”

Warren said the story her parents lived “will always be a part of me. And no one — not even the president of the United States — will ever take that part of me away.”

During her speech Wednesday, Warren also pivoted to “talk about Pocahontas” — and then told the story of “Pocahontas’s real journey.”

“Not Pocahontas, the fictional character most Americans know from the movies, but Pocahontas, the Native woman who really lived, and whose real story has been passed down to so many of you through the generations,” she said.

Warren said “in reality, the fable is used to try to bleach away the stain of genocide.”

Warren also called it “deeply offensive” that Trump keeps a portrait of former President Andrew Jackson in the Oval Office, “honoring a man who did his best to wipe out Native people.”

Despite her condemnation, Warren spoke at a “Jefferson-Jackson-Bailey” dinner for Connecticut Democrats in 2015.

In November, the president memorably revived the “Pocahontas” nickname during a White House event to honor Navajo code talkers.

“We have a representative in Congress who they say was here a long time ago. They call her Pocahontas,” Trump said at the time, spurring criticism for using the event to swipe at Warren.