Breakaway Links Of The Day – 4/11/2016

Zy Marquiez
April 11, 2016

Today we feature Big Pharma & Big Biotech in the leading stories, as well as economic info that shows things aren’t as copacetic as the mainstream would have you believe.

Also, definitely implore everyone to listen to the interview of Dr. Len Saputo.  Its the most common sense & straight forward approach as to not only how to view the health care system, but also what to do about it.  It really is worth your time to listen to it now, or file it away for later.

Hope everyone is moving forward, and stay safe.

Dr. Len Saputo – Medical Mafia – Vaccines Hoax – Healing Mind, Body & Soul – Health Medicine
A truly MUST listen interview. 
[Source: LeakProject]

Total Secrecy Of Pesticides Studies Allows Chemical Companies To Commit Mass ‘Agri-Murder’ With No Scientific Scrutiny Allowed
As the article elucidates:
In November, NaturalNews reported that, “Monsanto-funded scientists are calling for an end to Freedom of Information Act requests after they were ousted for colluding with the biotech industry to push GMOs and their associated pesticides.”
[Source: NaturalNews]

Massive $160 Billion Pharmaceutical Merger Stopped Cold
[Source: NaturalSociety]

19 Signs That American Families Are Being Economically Destroyed
Signs that show that the economy and American financial landscape are not what the mainstream media would have you believe. 
[Via: ZeroHedge | Source: Economic Collapse Blog]

Transparency International Plots To Strip Global Privacy With Public Registry Of Ownership
A highly disturbing trend that’s only going to grow if not addressed efficiently, and quickly.
[Source: TheDailyBell]

Transparency International Plots to Strip Global Privacy With Public Registry of Ownership


Source: TheDailyBell
April 8, 2016

The world is dotted with states and territories that make a specialty of providing services whose purpose is to facilitate ways to hide assets … Not all of what they do is illegal but so much of it is that the whole system needs changing.  – Transparency International Press Release

The so-called Panama Papers stolen from the Mossack Fonseca law firm specializing in shell companies has caused Transparency International to issue a press release listing three steps “to stop secret companies.”

We’d rather stop Transparency International.

This outfit, the largest entity of its kind with over 100 chapters around the world,  is determined to create an international registry that will list the “beneficial ownership” of all controlling legal entities. If you want to affix your name to a document asserting ownership of assets, be prepared to have that ownership revealed.

The group was founded by a former top executive of the World Bank.

We’ve been writing about the organization since 2011, and it seemed to us then as now that Transparency International’s idea regarding financial and business privacy was fundamentally wrong-headed. Contrary to what executives at Transparency International seem to believe, secrecy – privacy or anonymity – is an essential component of civilization.

Without privacy, authoritarianism flourishes because it is impossible to build and expand private networks that would act as a deterrent to government abuses. A worldwide transparency regime virtually guarantees abuses and corruption from those in  power.

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Incisive Analysis Into Media Propaganda Regarding The Panama Papers

Source: TheCorbetReport
James Corbett
April 5, 2016

The Panama Papers are out and the Panama Papers propaganda is out right along with it. So why does this new mega-leak seemingly only expose those in the State Department crosshairs or expendable others and not a single prominent American politician or businessman? And what does this have to do with the OECD’s plan for a global taxation grid? Find out more in today’s Thought For The Day with James Corbett.

Feds Admit Might Spy In Your Home For ‘Recruitment’ Purposes

US Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, recently testified in front of Congress about threats facing the US. During his official testimony, he said this: ‘In the future, intelligence services might use the internet of things for identification, surveillance, monitoring, location tracking, and targeting for recruitment, or to gain access to networks or user credentials.’ The Resident unpacks that sweeping statement.

Feds Admit the “Internet of Things” is for Spying on You – #NewWorldNextWeek

Source: CorbettReport

Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. In this week’s episode:

Story #1: The End Is Nigh For Europe As Officials Mull 2 Year Schengen “Suspension”
Wikipedia: Schengen Area
The EU’s new Coast Guard / Border proposal
NWNW Flashback: Schengen Ending – The Disintegration Of The European Project (Nov 2015)

Story #2: Feds Admit They’ll Use “Internet Of Things” For Spying
FBI Still Can’t Crack Encrypted Phone From San Bernardino Shootings
Shodan: The Search Engine for The Internet Of Things
In Australia, Even Learning About Encryption Will Be Illegal Soon

Story #3: Whitehat Hacker Replaces Malware with Antivirus

#GoodNewsNextWeek – Parmesan Cheese Is As Good As Gold

#NewWorldNextWeek Headlines: Fed May Lack Legal Authority for Negative Rates
Microsoft Drops a Cloud Data Center Under the Ocean
Obama Quietly Unveils 4.1 Trillion Dollar Budget with More for Pharma, Military and Cyberwar
While Americans Prepared for the Stupor Bowl…The-Powers-That-Shouldn’t-Be Signed The TPP And the TTIP is Next

The Last Word on Privacy


On December 28, 2012, in the midst of the holiday news break and under cover of the “fiscal cliff” hype, the US Senate quietly voted to approve a renewal of amendments to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Although hardly discussed at the time and almost never brought up since, the 2008 FISA Amendments Act represented a fundamental change to the US government’s official, on-the-record approach to the collection of personal data on its own citizens and others around the world. Find out more about the FISA Amendments Act, Facebook, and the end of privacy in this installment of The Last Word from

Crosstracking New Way Internet Giants Are Snooping On You

Legal and media analyst Lionel of Lionel media joins RT’s Ed Schultz to discuss the new method internet giants are spying on average citizens. Lionel says that the new method, crosstracking, doesn’t violate the Fourth Amendment, because it is corporations who are conducting unreasonable searches – not the government.