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Past articles by John:

Amazon Working With Landlords To Put Alexa In Your Apartment Before You Move In

Amazon’s Alexa smart home gadgets are becoming more popular by the day, but there are still many people holding out on buying these types of devices because they have privacy concerns. However, soon some of us may not have a choice because Amazon is making moves to have the devices pre-installed in places like apartment … → Read More

2 Fort Hood Soldiers Arrested in Child Trafficking Sting

The Fort Hood military base in Texas has come under extreme scrutiny in recent months, as numerous dead soldiers were found on or around the base. This week, the base was in the news again after two Fort Hood soldiers were caught up in a child trafficking bust. The soldiers were among nine Texas residents … → Read More


John Vibes, Truth Theory Waking Times The legendary porn star Jenna Jameson has become increasingly outspoken since her departure from the profession in 2008, and regularly comments on social media about people in the entertainment industry. Last week, the former adult actress posted a few disturbing tweets with accusations about rampant pedophilia and child abuse in … → Read More

Colorado Town Threatens Up To A Year In Jail For People Who Don’t Wear Masks

By John Vibes The idea of wearing masks to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus is still very controversial in the United States, but some state and local governments are now threatening legal penalties for people who are walking around in public places without wearing a mask. Earlier this week, the city of Englewood, Colorado, … → Read More


John Vibes, The Mind Unleashed Waking Times In response to the massive protests that have developed around the United States in recent weeks, US lawmakers are now pushing for monumental police reforms that seek to limit legal protections for violent cops, and strip police departments of their military equipment. The measures are being introduced or supported … → Read More

Bus Drivers Across The Country Refusing To Transport Arrested George Floyd Protesters To Jail

Protests have spread across the United States this week in response to another police killing captured on camera. This time, the murder occurred in Minneapolis, where recently-fired police officer Derek Chauvin kneeled on the neck of George Floyd for several minutes until he was no longer breathing. As the demonstrations became more intense in Minneapolis, … → Read More

At Least 11 Local News Stations Caught Airing The Exact Same Amazon Propaganda Segment

At least 11 local news stations in the United States were caught airing the same scripted segment about Amazon, and their role during the COVID-19 pandemic. The segment played like a commercial for Amazon, even touting the company’s ability to “keep its employees safe and healthy,” during this difficult time, despite the fact that many … → Read More

Navy Releases Video Of High Energy Laser Weapon Destroying A Drone

The US Navy has been developing high energy laser weapons for the past several years, and just this week they announced the successful test of their most powerful iteration of this technology to date. On Friday, the Navy’s Pacific Fleet issued a statement announcing that a new laser weapon destroyed a drone during recent live … → Read More

No One Knows Why Epstein’s Secret Bank Account Moved Millions Since His Death

A judge in the Virgin Islands has recently questioned the lawyers of Jeffrey Epstein’s estate, after an old bank account registered to Epstein received millions of dollars from the estate in the months since his death. The account was opened by Epstein in the Virgin Islands in 2014 and was reportedly intended to be used … → Read More

City Tells Church It Will Lose Religious Designation Because It Shelters Homeless People

Earlier this week, on Christmas Eve, an order from the city of Cleveland was posted on the door of the Denison Avenue United Church of Christ, demanding that they kick out the homeless people that they had been allowing to sleep on their property or face losing their status with the city as a religious … → Read More

Oxycontin Maker Files for Bankruptcy AFTER Funneling Billions into Private Accounts

The Sacklers, the notorious family that owns Purdue Pharma, the company responsible for the controversial opiate Oxycontin, is accused of transferring $1 billion to offshore accounts, in an attempt to hide their wealth, amid a flurry of lawsuits related to the drug. The New York’s attorney general filed a complaint last week, citing evidence that the Sackler family made numerous large transfers… → Read More

London Tribunal Claims: China is Killing Political Prisoners for Their Organs

An investigation has uncovered that detainees in China are being killed for their organs. According to a London tribunal, led by Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, [...] → Read More

Assange Writes A Letter To Supporters From Prison, Here Is What He Said

Julian Assange is seriously ill as he awaits extradition for charges that could land him in jail for the rest of his life. According to reports from [...] → Read More

Philadelphia District Attorney Wants to Stop Prosecuting People for Drugs

Philadelphia has one of the worst heroin problems in the country, and the city’s District Attorney recently went public with a radical and controversial solution. During an interview with Axios on … → Read More

Multiple Government Websites Taken Down After Arrest Of Julian Assange

Following last week’s arrest of WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange in London, the hacktivist group Anonymous released a video calling for his captors to be held accountable. The video showed the c… → Read More

Rockefeller, Big Pharma Facing $1 Billion Lawsuit for Intentionally Infecting People With Syphilis

A federal judge recently approved a $1 billion lawsuit against Johns Hopkins University, Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (BMY.N) and the Rockefeller Foundation. The lawsuit is seeking restitution for victi… → Read More

NFL Legend Joe Montana Leads $75 Million Investment into Cannabis Company

Last week, former football star Joe Montana announced a massive investment in Caliva, a California-based cannabis business. Montana is among an unspecified number of investors who are putting forwa… → Read More

Canada: 16-Month Long Sting Operation Catches First Nations Man Selling $90 Worth of Fish

According to recent reports, a Canadian government agent posed as a scientist to set up an elaborate sting operation targeting a Cree First Nations man who was accused of illegally selling fish he’… → Read More

Governor and Attorney General Candidates Arrested With 48 POUNDS of Cannabis

This week, two political candidates for the Compassion party were arrested and charged with possession of 48 pounds of cannabis, after a raid of their home. → Read More

Not a Conspiracy Theory: Rich Lining Up to Pay for the Blood of Children to Be Injected into Them

A new startup is hoping to cash in on a disturbing trend that has been growing in popularity among the ultra-rich. It is a treatment in which blood from young people is injected into the veins of o… → Read More