Horrifying Video: Prison Guards Callously Laugh as Mentally Ill Man Dies in Front of Them

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I’m in no way able to watch this…just knowing this has happened makes my heart break. Poor soul. I despair of some ‘humans’.

Originally posted on Tales from the Conspiratum:

You don’t have to see the full video to understand what is going on. What is going on is a bunch of morally deficient humans, colored with authority, that are just following orders and policy. Sounds familiar? You could not have Nazi Germany without morally deficient people just following orders.

Warning: This might make you very angry.

Horrifying Video: Prison Guards Callously Laugh as Mentally Ill Man Dies in Front of Them | The Free Thought Project.


Heartbreaking enough, this is not some historic footage of a Nazi death camp. This is modern day America.


We see Mr. Lopez struggling to breath for hours, and then, finally, we have an unobstructed view as Mr. Lopez takes his last breath, dying, half-naked on the cold concrete floor of a prison cell – isolated and alone with no Defendant caring whether he…

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How to deal with clutter regret

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Great piece! ‘You are not your stuff’. Absolutely right.

Originally posted on A minimalist's journey:

Clutter regret is one of the regrets we fear the most: “What if I regret donating this particular item?” Take for instance the Legend of the Fuzzy Pink Bathrobe. Over all the things that I’ve donated over the years, I once regretted one item: my stuffed rabbit. The rabbit was a present. When the lady at my local goodwill store pulled this one out of the donation bag where I was standing  in the store, dropping of my stuff. “It will be perfect for our Easter’s display”, she said. My heart stung and I couldn’t utter a word anymore. I was regretting donating the rabbit at the spot.

Honestly? I felt more awful when my mother decluttered my favorite sweater: a yellow and green-hemmed sweater with a horse on it specially knitted for me by my grandmother. I LOVED that sweater. I would even try to put it on…

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My PERFECT ‘No Poo’ Combination!

biolage conditioner

Right – so, a confession. I haven’t used shampoo for around 6 weeks now.

Shock! Horror! Bleurgh!

No, please don’t fret – my hair is clean, soft and happy! What’s left of it, anyway.

I have been following a very low Calorie Diet since around April/May 2014. My hair started to fall out in clumps in around August. My fault – you should only follow a VLCD for a short amount of time. However, I feel I still have weight to lose – so the hair sacrifice is for the benefit of losing weight.

The hair loss isn’t noticeable at all to anyone else – just me. I have waist length dark brown hair. Naturally very thick. And, I hear that Telogen Effluvium is a temporary thing. Apparently the hair loss will stop once I start ‘eating normally’ again. Sadly, I can’t ‘eat normally’, being one of the many who turns to food for instant comfort. Ah, well!

In short, I wanted to do the best I could to the hair I still have. To be gentle. I’ve also developed eczema on my hands, so I now try to avoid harsh chemicals. Shampoo is very harsh, and always strips my hair, making it dry and brittle at the ends. Plus, after a day, I get a greasy top. Yuk!

Anyway – back to my PERFECT ‘No Poo’ clean hair method; believe me, I’ve tried many ‘No Cone’ (non-silicone) conditioners, the famous ‘baking soda wash and apple cider vinegar rinse’ method…the lot. For me though – this is the perfect ‘No Poo’ hair washing method.


I bought mine in Sally’s but it is cheaper online!

Biolage Conditioner

I bought mine in Sainsbury’s, but other brands are available!

Cider Vinegar


I soak my hair and then wash my hair, using the thick, unctuous Biolage in a shampoo style way, massaging my scalp. It feels SO nice, massaging silky conditioner into my head, instead of soapy stingy shampoo.

I rinse thoroughly.

I then condition my hair, excluding the scalp this time. I let that soak for a minute or two while I do my other bits and bobs!

I then rinse with water.

Then, I get a jug and pour half an inch of cider vinegar in, then fill the jug up to the top with warm water. I slowly pour this cider vinegar rinse all over my scalp, letting it saturate the scalp and drip down to the ends of my hair.

Then I give about three more ‘clean water’ jug rinses…and, voila! My hair feels soft, looks silky and seems to be shedding less.

I hope to NEVER use shampoo again!!! Good luck with your ‘no poo’ experiments!

Child abuse cover up? Witness statements sent by unregistered post and “opened”

Originally posted on Pride's Purge:

(not satire – it’s the UK today!)

There’s an important official inquiry under way at the moment into allegations of official involvement in the covering up of child abuse on the island of Jersey.

A key witness is a former police Senior Investigating Officer – Lenny Harper – who has been very critical of the Jersey government’s handling of the allegations.

Mr Harper’s confidential witness statements – which could contain the names of officials alleged to have been involved in the cover up as well as the identities of victims – were strangely sent to him by unregistered post instead of by secure courier.

The envelope containing them was opened by unknown people.

And because it was sent by unregistered post, there is no way of checking how or where the envelope containing the statements was opened:

harper envelope opsened

The Royal Mail say the envelope was opened before they received it, which means…

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Daily Express censors letter from British Red Cross criticising it

Originally posted on Pride's Purge:

(not satire – it’s the UK gutter press)

The Daily Express – like most of the UK press – doesn’t like to be criticised.

And – like most of the UK press – it doesn’t like to give a right of reply to anyone, not even to respected organisations such as the British Red Cross.

That’s why the newspaper is refusing to publish a joint letter from the British Red Cross, Refugee Action and the Refugee Council which is critical of it.

This is the letter the Daily Express doesn’t want you to see. So please share it as widely as possible.

Dear Sir,

The stream of aggressive stories about asylum seekers appearing in this paper in recent days is of serious concern to all of us who work with and support people fleeing persecution.

Your readers would be forgiven for thinking the UK is being flooded by asylum seekers. This couldn’t…

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“How The Media Controls Britain”

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EVERYONE! Please take a look!!!

Originally posted on WebInvestigatorKK:

by Tyler Durden

We have yet to read Owen Jones’ “The Establishment… And how they get away with it“, although Russell Brand’s take of the author has certainly piqued our interest: ”Owen Jones may have the face of a baby and the voice of George Formby but he is our generation’s Orwell and we must cherish him.” We do know, however, that the young author and Guardian columnist is one of those who are not afraid to think critically while accepting there is far more than meets the eye, and certainly than the controlled media would like revealed. To wit, from the book’s official blurb:

Behind our democracy lurks a powerful but unaccountable network of people who wield massive power and reap huge profits in the process. In exposing this shadowy and complex system that dominates our lives, Owen Jones sets out on a journey into the heart…

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Neil Sanders @ Alternative View 5

I’ll make no bones about it – I flippin’ adore Mr Sanders and absolutely learn something new from him every time I see him online.

If you are at all interested in how we, the masses, are so easily controlled by the few, then Neil has a hard hitting yet truly understandable way of putting it.

I like his faux ‘salesman’s pitch’ style on this video.

I must get to the next Alternative View Conference – such interesting speakers and subjects.