WhatsApp, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and more down in Turkey in apparent internet ban


Much of the internet appears to have gone down in Turkey.

People in the country are having problems accessing much of the internet’s biggest websites and services, including Facebook, WhatsApp, YouTube, Twitter and more. The website Down Detector confirmed problems in the country, particularly in the west.

Some have reported that the sites are simply slow, but that it is still possible to access them. Others say they are down entirely.

Much of the internet appears to have gone down in Turkey.

People in the country are having problems accessing much of the internet’s biggest websites and services, including Facebook, WhatsApp, YouTube, Twitter and more. The website Down Detector confirmed problems in the country, particularly in the west.

Some have reported that the sites are simply slow, but that it is still possible to access them. Others say they are down entirely.

Turkey Blocks, a website that tracks issues with the internet in Turkey, claimed that web traffic including that for WhatsApp was subject to throttling, where connections are slowed down to the point they are unusable. It claimed that the internet ban was related to the arrest of some political activists the night before the outage went into effect.

The issue began overnight but has been going on throughout the day, according to local reports.

The internet in general seems to be having a rocky few weeks – recently, it went down for almost a full day after a strange cyber attack on the internet’s infrastructure that appeared to be executed by webcams.

9 Brands To Buy To Make The World A Better Place Through Shopping

These brands are changing the game when it comes to sustainability and fashion.

Credit: Teysha

Credit: Teysha

As companies that endlessly produce marketable products for consumers increases, so does the amount of waste and exploitation of human workers. The number of companies that engage in bad practices far outnumber those that attempt to do right by the environment and workers.

Today’s culture is all about fast fashion, and that means cutting corners that usually take longer and cost more. Sustainable brands are often overlooked because of the higher cost of merchandise generated by the company’s commitment to quality and justice.

If you’ve been looking for a way to live a more sustainable life and make the world a better place one article of clothing at a time, these are the brands to buy.

Chinti & Parker Clothes

Credit: Chinti & Parker

Credit: Chinti & Parker

This company produces clothing in carefully selected factories that reduce carbon emissions by following Carbon Neutral Company guidelines. They use materials that are environmentally sustainable, even in their packaging, such as organic cotton, bamboo, and seaweed. Polyester is excluded because it can take up to 200 years to decompose. The founders said of their decision to be more conscious, “For many other things, we can’t help but think of the Henry Ford quote, ‘whether you think you can or whether you think you can’t, you’re right.’ It’s up to everyone involved to create mass change.”

Panda Sunglasses

Credit: Panda Sunglasses

Credit: Panda Sunglasses

These sunglasses are made to custom-made the shape of your face and are made from sustainable and durable Moso bamboo while still getting UVA protection. They partner with organizations that, for every pair of sunglasses they sell, they provide free eye exams, prescription eye-glasses, and medical assistance for those with cataracts or similar eye deficiencies. They also partner with Pencils of Promise to bring education to 250 millions kids around the world that lack basic skills such as reading, writing, and math.

Minna Wedding Dresses

Credit: Minna

Credit: Minna

Minna is described as an “eco-luxe” brand and creates wedding dresses, veils, and bridesmaids dresses for that special day. What makes them stand out is that their products are made from sustainable, organic, recycled and locally produced textiles. The company also utilizes environmentally-friendly production practices, such as local manufacturing and zero waste pattern cutting techniques for every garment.

Veja Shoes

Credit: Veja

Credit: Veja

Most shoes are composed of rubber, which is a highly unsustainable material that used to be sourced from the Amazon rainforest and is mostly made synthetically with oil now. The Amazon remains the only place where rubber is naturally produced and Veja makes shoes sourced from 60 families who own land with wild rubber. Orders for the shoes are taken six months ahead of time because they don’t want to overwhelm the families. Veja co-founder Bia Saldanha works within the rubber industry to create a fair price for rubber and those who harvest it and preserve valuable rainforest.

Punjammies Pajamas

Credit: Punjammies

Credit: Punjammies

Punjammies made by Sudara are produced by women in India that are recovering after escaping human trafficking. The venture started when Shannon Keith visited India and learned that young girls and women were being sold into sex slavery back in 2005. She was inspired to launch Sudara, a company that helps women evade trafficking and sex slavery. They employ women to keep them out of the brothels and empower them.

31 Bits Jewelry

Credit: 31 Bits

Credit: 31 Bits

31 bits was started be college students who were moved by a friend’s story of her recent experience in Uganda. Women their age were single mothers with no education and no job, but they were making jewelry out of old posters. The company creates gorgeous jewelry while giving displaced women in Northern Uganda and Indonesia an opportunity to combat poverty by giving them jobs, education, health care, and counseling.

Teysha Leather Boots

Credit: Teysha

Credit: Teysha

The use of leather is already raises questions of morality, so Teysha uses ethically sourced Guatemalan textiles and leather for handmade shoes. The custom-made shoes are handcrafted on looms in factories that are sustainably run. The company empowers artisans in Guatemala, where over half of the largely rural community lives in poverty. You can see how these beautiful shoes are made here.

Sseko Sandals

Credit: Sseko

Credit: Sseko

This company has a slogan that says it all: “Wear Sseko. Send a girl to college.” The women that are employed by Sseko are high potential, talented young women that are generating an income to eventually go to college. Every single woman that has graduated from the company is either currently in school or has already graduated. The company is based in Uganda the employees come from all walks of life.

People Tree T-Shirts

Credit: People Tree

Credit: People Tree

Basic t-shirts are often taken for granted and might seem easy to produce, but to make one cotton tee and a pair of jeans, it takes about 20,000 liters of water. People Tree uses 100% FairTrade cotton and even works to make sure that cotton workers earn 30% in income. The garments are made with sustainable materials and use traditional skills in production that support rural communities.

Shared from: http://www.trueactivist.com/9-brands-to-buy-to-make-the-world-a-better-place-through-shopping/


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10 Ways The Democratic Primary Has Been Rigged From The Beginning

Here are 10 ways the establishment has sought to orchestrate the results of the U.S. presidential election.

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Credit: WorthyNews.com


This article originally appeared on AlterNet.org

It’s not over. Far from it. The economic and political establishment, which includes the Democratic National Committee, its Wall Street and corporate backers and the major media—most of it now owned by a half dozen big corporations—have worked feverishly to turn the Democratic primary process into a coronation for Hillary Clinton.

Bottom line: they wanted to declare it over before actual voters could vote, but their carefully crafted strategy began to #FeelTheBern.

Here are 10 ways the establishment has sought to orchestrate the results, and why the race has a long ways to go.

1. Major Media Blackout

When Sanders began his campaign, as he often recounts, he had virtually no national name recognition and trailed Clinton by 60 to 70 points in national polls. The major media barely breathed his name, even when he began drawing crowds of 20,000 or more to summer rallies. This was partly the result of the obsession with Trump, but also because the conglomerates controlling the media hardly wanted to promote such a fierce critic of Wall Street and the 1 percent.

In December, the nightly news networks had allotted Trump 23 times more coverage than Sanders; on ABC alone 81 minutes to Trump for the year, compared to only 20 seconds for Sanders. While Sanders was holding extensive campaign events and press availabilities for months, Clinton was mostly avoiding public events and media avails, with the media largely ignoring its rebuff. (Even today, Clinton often passes on press conferences.)

2. They’re Debating When?

Ironically, unlike the Republican National Committee, the DNC manipulated its debate schedule to have the fewest number of debates at the worst times, intended to minimize voter viewing, including setting them on holiday weekends and the Saturday night before Christmas.

The goal was to restrict voter exposure and side-by-side comparison with other candidates who offered a significant alternative to Clinton, which served to keep name recognition off Sanders and his prescription for change artificially low. Additional debates were only added much later after widespread condemnation of the DNC.

3. Sanders Booms, Media Works to Marginalize

As the votes began coming in for Bernie, especially with his big win in New Hampshire, Clinton surrogates were given extra time as TV analysts to downplay the results, and the media narrative shifted.

The media paradigm typically is crafted inside the Washington Beltway and New York boardrooms, with other reporters compelled by their own editors or self-censorship to follow along, a practice also known as pack journalism.

A parade of big-name liberal columnists, editorial writers and TV analysts vilified Sanders’ visionary program, especially Medicare-for-all and free college tuition, while promoting Clinton’s “pragmatic” (lower your expectations) message that minimized the ongoing crisis felt by the millions left behind without health care, unemployed or stuck in low-paying jobs, facing mountains of student debt and all the other pervasive disparities Sanders described.

The next storyline depicted Sanders as a narrow candidate because the majority of his support came from students, working-class white voters, independents, and low- to moderate-income voters, largely ignoring that Clinton’s own base failed to include any of those groups who would be critical to winning a general election in November. Or that Clinton continues to fail to move support among those constituencies.

4. Vote Rigging

After Sanders’ sweeping win in New Hampshire, the DNC went into hyper drive to break his momentum, starting in the next voting state Nevada.

Concerned Sanders would win Nevada, Sen. Harry Reid, the former Senate Majority Leader and most powerful elected official in Nevada, as it later emerged, arranged a plan with owners of Las Vegas casinos, where many caucuses were being held, and other employers, to ensure Clinton would win. The Nevada caucuses were then rigged with massive voting irregularities such as casino owners orchestrating which workers would be allowed to vote and, in clear intimidation, openly monitoring how they voted.

Vote tampering also occurred in other states, most recently in Arizona where on election day, polling locations were sharply cut forcing many voters to stand in line for up to five hours in the heat, with some leaving before casting a vote.

Voter suppression laws, rampant now across the country, disproportionately disenfranchise students and young voters, a group that has voted for Sanders by margins of up to 80 percent. The laws, passed by right-wing legislatures and governors, also target African Americans and Latinos, which will ultimately harm any Democratic nominee in November.

5. The Sexism Canard

Desperate for attack lines against Sanders, the Clinton camp and her adherents have tried to paint him as a sexist, employing the same tactic of exaggerated small slights they used against Barack Obama in 2008 (remember “you’re likeable enough”). Add in the clumsy effort of Clinton surrogates Gloria Steinem and Madeleine Albright to criticize young women who vote for Sanders.

Memo to Clinton and company: Bernie Sanders is not Donald Trump. He has a near perfect voting record on such issues as women’s reproductive rights and pay equity, and most of his proposals, especially Medicare-for-all, free college tuition, and expanding Social Security would disproportionately help women.

As the 90 percent female organization of nurses NNU has stated, we would love to break the glass ceiling, but this election is unprecedented in its opportunity to shatter the class ceiling.

6. Undemocratic Primaries

Sanders has won the overwhelming majority of independent voters in “open” primaries or caucuses that allow them to vote.

Many Clinton surrogates have fulminated that any independent voters are allowed to participate in the Democratic Party nominating process. As if only the two major parties should be allowed to decide who can run for office while a record 43 percent of U.S. voters are now independents in a corrupted system. Winning the independents’ votes is decisive in general elections, suggesting they should have a voice in determining who are the strongest candidates.

Because of the media blackout, many voters do not gain sufficient information about Sanders until shortly before election day. Early voting reflects lower name recognition for Sanders, benefiting Clinton and enabling her to win some close races.

That contributes to the meme of her inevitability but does not indicate she is the stronger candidate. In competitive states, Sanders has won a majority of those who voted on election day. When voters have more time to compare candidates based on sufficient information, they tend to choose Bernie.

7. Superdelegates Toe the Line

Enormous pressure was brought to bear on the some 700 superdelegates, mostly Democratic elected officials and other high-profile DNC members, to fall in line behind Clinton, facing intimidation or promises well honed by a Clinton machine that has had 25 years of practice.

An additional factor is the DNC decision to step up raking in cash from Wall Street and other corporate donors, and their implicit pledge to use those funds only for Democratic candidates who play ball by supporting Clinton.

These officials believe that the way to win elections is through big donor fundraising and shapeshifting positions. The Sanders’ campaign, supported by millions of small donors engaged in a movement mobilization, is foreign in their eyes and threatening to their donor base.

The overwhelming tilt of superdelegates for Clinton has fueled the narrative that Sanders can’t win, a line that the superdelegates, who have a wider audience as members of Congress and often as supposedly neutral TV analysts, parrot relentlessly, along with the other Clinton/DNC/major media attacks.

The DNC created the undemocratic superdelegate system to confer the power on the Democratic Party hierarchy to handpick their preference and blunt the ability of insurgents to win the nomination after outsiders George McGovern and Jimmy Carter shocked the party establishment by winning nominations in the 1970s.

8. Who’s Most Electable, Who Is Not

It’s repeated over and over by her superdelegates and the media—Clinton is the most electable candidate, and Democrats must rally behind her to beat Trump. The line has been so drummed into the narrative that many voters in exit polls cite it as the reason they voted for Clinton.

One problem: it’s not true. Virtually every poll for months has shown Sanders faring better against Trump, Cruz and Kasich than Clinton, often by a wide margin, even as the media has already played out the attack lines Republicans would use against Sanders.

Additionally, the media largely ignores the salient point that Clinton has nearly the highest unfavorable ratings of any leading Democrat to run for president. By contrast, Sanders, widely praised by voters as the most honest and trustworthy candidate most have ever seen, has among the lowest unfavorable ratings, despite the media shock that anyone would trust, much less vote for a Democratic socialist.

The media consistently downplays a key Sanders point: how the enthusiasm he generates—evident in the more than 800,000 people who have packed his campaign rallies—that is largely absent from Clinton’s campaign is critical for the nominee to win, as well as to help in down-ballot races for Democrats.

9. The Math, the Math

The final defense for the Clinton camp and the major media, spinning out from the eastern media centers to local news outlets, is that Clinton is too far ahead in delegates so the race is over.

To strengthen the case, Clinton’s big margin among superdelegates is added to the total of delegates won in primaries and caucuses. Even though, unlike pledged delegates, superdelegates are not committed to their position. They can flip at will, as they did from Clinton to Obama in 2008.

Next time you hear a pundit say Sanders needs to win 60 percent of the remaining delegates, “and that just can’t happen,” consider his 80 percent margin in Idaho and Utah.

In state after state, especially those that are not closed to independents, where Sanders has had time to campaign so voters get to know him, his platform, consistent record and unimpeachable character, and when the voting process is allowed to move forward without open rigging, Sanders does increasingly well.

The result often is wins, as in Michigan and recent caucus states, or effective ties in votes and delegates, as in Iowa, Missouri and Illinois. Even in states where Clinton ultimately won because of voters who voted early by mail, Sanders increasingly won the majority of those who turn out on election day.

10. Forward to Victory

Sanders himself says the path to his nomination is challenging, but still within range. States that were the biggest hurdle, in the South where the Clintons have a long history and Sanders was a complete unknown, are all past.

The remaining states, including the two largest, California and New York, which have a base more favorable to Sanders, can be won with lots of delegates to be awarded. National polls have already shown substantial movement toward Sanders the past two months, and his edge over Clinton in head to head matchups with the remaining Republicans continues to grow.

The challenge, of course, is not just to Clinton, but to the movement, including nurses and the activist army that has shattered all records in campaign contributions to Sanders and creates the overflow crowds at his rallies.

Enthusiasm for the Sanders campaign, the transformative program he presents, which is the program NNU and grassroots activists have long championed, is off the charts and continuing to grow.

It’s on to California, and what promises to be an explosive convention in Philadelphia.

This article (10 Ways The Democratic Primary Has Been Rigged From The Beginning) is free and open source. You have permission to republish this article under a Creative Commons license with attribution to the author and AlterNet.org.

Bottle Water Fluoridation in Munich Germany (2 out of 22 save)

After this post: Water Fluoridation I was wondering around my local super market today and decided to check out the chemical levels in the bottle water they offered. As mentioned in the previous post, flouride was discovered to make humans less prone to fight back and generally leave the human in a more docile state, this is due to flouride killing off a part of the brain. Long exposure (about a year, results in this damage being irreparable). This was discovered by the Nazi’s and used in the drinking water of towns they captured during ww2. The Americans caught wind of this in 1945 and quickly decided to add it to their nations water supply (you couldn’t make this stuff up).

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mg per 1L
Brand Chloride Flouride
Contrex 0.00 0.00
Vittel 0.00 0.00
Black Forrest Still 0.90 0.00
Evian 6.80 0.00
Fiji 9.00 0.00
Gerolste 40.00 0.00
Perrier 22.00 0.00
Pertusquelle 23.00 0.00
ViO 9.00 0.00
Volvic 15.00 0.00
Voslauer 19.40 0.00
Adelholzener 21.00 0.15
Casscada 240.00 0.33
Franken Brunnen 86.00 0.30
Krumbach 87.00 0.14
Nestle 22.00 0.14
Residenze Quelle 170.00 0.27
San Benedetto 2.50 0.10
san peregrino 49.40 0.50
Staatl fachingen 139.00 0.30
Uberking 25.00 0.30


As you can see, the safest levels are 0.0. Out of the 22 brands looked at, only 2 were save:

Contrex and Vittel.



Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)

Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)

Few things exemplify more absolutely the fact that we are living in a world of deception, manipulation, and fraudulent science than GMOs. Over the past few years, a number of studies (both independent and peer-reviewed) have emerged which clearly outline why GMOs should not be approved as completely safe for human consumption. Despite this fact, their status has not changed.

The truth of their danger was also demonstrated by the March Against Monsanto, a worldwide protest where millions of people around the world gather every year to peacefully protest the biotech giants.

There is a reason why so many countries around the world have now completely banned GMOs and the pesticides that go with them.

“As part of the process, they portrayed the various concerns as merely the ignorant opinions of misinformed individuals – and derided them as not only unscientific, but anti-science. They then set to work to convince the public and government officials, through the dissemination of false information, that there was an overwhelming expert consensus, based on solid evidence, that GMOs were safe.” – Jane Goodall

We’ve written about this topic in depth, and while you can find out more information below in these select few articles that we have written, feel free to browse through the rest of the site.

New Study Links GMOs To Cancer, Liver/Kidney Damage & Severe Hormonal Disruption

Altered Genes & Twisted Truth: Dr Jane Goodall Helps Expose The Dangers Of GMOs

New Study Finds A “Very Strong” Correlation Between GMOs And Two Dozen Diseases

Multiple Toxins From GMOs Detected In Maternal And Fetal Flood: What Does 

Wikileaks Cables Reveal U.S. Government Planned To “Retaliate & Cause Pain” On Countries Refusing GMOs

GMOs Are A Bad Idea. If A 15 Year Old Can See It So Clearly, Why Can’t Many Scientists?

10 Scientific Studies Proving GMOs Can Be Harmful To Human Health

What Parents Need To Know About Monsanto: “By 2025 One In Two Children Will Be Autistic”

Cancer Death Rates Now Doubled In Argentina’s GMO Agribusiness Areas

The World’s Most Credible Medical Journal Outlines Bad News For Monsanto

Just Label It – We Have A Right To Know

Geneticist David Suzuki Says Humans “Are Part Of A Massive Experiment”




Over-Unity Energy

Over-Unity Energy

Despite many people opposing this idea, constantly citing the law of conservation of energy, multiple papers have been published in various peer reviewed journals showing that yes, extracting energy from the vacuum is possible. You can find these in the articles linked below.

“The concept that efficiencies cannot be greater than 100% is due to an incomplete understanding of the properties of space. The second law of thermodynamics must be modified to account for the fact that space is not empty, as has been taught for the last 150 years.” – Toby Grotz, engineer and researcher of new energy technologies since 1973

Collective Evolution has been lucky enough to have been covering a story, and working with Toby Grotz and Paramahamsa Tewari, to help create more awareness about this. Tewari has invented an over-unity machine. We have assisted them in building the website and we are extrememly honored to help spread the word: tewari.org 

We encourage all those who are reading this to check it out.

Do you really think that these brilliant scientists and engineers would devote their entire lives to something that did not show potential, or something that is not real? This concept is, again, still faced with fierce resistance, but this will all change, and for the sake of the planet it has to, so stay tuned!

You can view pictures of the machine at the link to the site above. It won’t be long until we are showing you a video of it ourselves.


Related CE Articles on this topic where you can find out more information:

Breaking News: Over-Unity Reactionless Generator Invented In India

Why There Will Be No Supression Of New Energy Technology

World Renowned Physicist Explains The Reality Of Free Energy

Multiple Scientists Confirm The Reality Of Free Energy