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Level 3 Resources

This is a listing of ALL resources filed under the Level 3 category.  Level 3 resources are taking things to that next level when it comes to exploring what is hidden from public view.  At this level you may find things to be somewhat shocking because you are seeing that there is a bigger disconnect from what is public versus what is really going on behind the scenes.  Indeed, things are NOT as they may seem at all!

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Toxic Legacy

Glyphosate is the active ingredient in Roundup, the most commonly used weedkiller in the world. Nearly 300 million pounds of glyphosate-based herbicide are sprayed on farms ― and food ― every year.

Agrochemical companies claim that glyphosate is safe for humans, animals, and the environment. But emerging scientific research on glyphosate’s deadly disruption of the gut microbiome, its crippling effect on protein synthesis, and its impact on the body’s ability to use and transport sulfur ― not to mention several landmark legal cases ― tells a very different story.

In Toxic Legacy, senior research scientist Stephanie Seneff, PhD, delivers compelling evidence based on countless published, peer-reviewed studies―all in frank, illuminating, and always accessible language.

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Brainwashed the Movie

We normally sell our DocuMovies, but we are allowing the world to stream Brainwashed America, Part One for FREE because of the serious threats facing America. We must inform the American people of the ultimate weapon of disinformation, information operations, psychological warfare or what is commonly called, ‘brainwashing.’

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The Called

A film made by Jennifer Mac starring Juan O Savin.

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Che Guevara

The standard-bearer of choice for the hyped-up Cuban Revolution is Che Guevara.  The pervasiveness and worldwide reach of a romanticized view of Che, enshrined in iconic imagery, is a unique phenomenon of modern history.  However, it lacks solid grounding in historical facts.  This publication adds new testimonial and photographic material to the extensive bibliography on Che Guevara that has been woefully lacking on his victims.  Their stories too deserve to be told.  The first version of this publication is from May 2011.  This second edition, of December 2020 contains considerable updates and editions.

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Uyghur Women Brutalities

The #Uyghur​ human rights crisis has received increased attention as of late, but action to stop the atrocities has been slow on the part of the international community. Uyghur #women​ in particular have been especially brutalized by the #Chinese​ regime’s policies.
We will hear from individuals with firsthand knowledge of these atrocities, the current situation, and the international response.

Moderator: Julie Millsap, Communications Director for #CampaignforUyghurs​

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COVID-19: The Great Reset

Since making its entry on to the world stage, COVID-19 has dramatically torn up the script of how to govern countries, live with others and take part in the global economy. COVID-19: The Great Reset is a guide for anyone who wants to understand how the novel coronavirus could cause so much disruption and suffering, and what changes are needed to create a more inclusive, resilient and sustainable world.

The book provides a worrying, yet hopeful analysis. COVID-19, as the greatest public health crisis of the century, has led to enormous economic devastation and made existing inequalities worse. But the power of the human being lies in their foresight, ingenuity and — at least to a certain extent — ability to take their destiny into their hands and plan for a better future. This book shows us where to start.

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1986: The Act

Man and microbe, from Polio to COVID19… a never more relevant forensic examination of the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act and its consequences. What happens when an ancient wisdom – a mother’s intuition – is pitted against powerful interests in a race against time?

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The Fruits of Graft Interview

In this 6-part video series by The Banking With Life Podcast, Wayne Jett returns to start a series with James Neathery around Wayne’s book, The Fruits of Graft: Great Depressions Then and Now.

Part 1: Classical economics, mercantilism, and a little bit about The Great Depression are discussed in today’s episode.

Part 2: Picking up where left off in part 1.

Part 3: Through the Great Depression and right up to WWII.

Part 4: Starting around 1940 and taking it on up to 1980.

Part 5: Starting around 1980 and taking us up to 2008.

Part 6: Picking up around 2008 and bringing us up to modern times (2020).

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Hippocratic Hypocrisy

A collaborative film by Spacebusters and Dr. Andrew Kaufman about how authentic medicine was hijacked by the power elite and turned into a deadly, sickness for profit industry.

The Psychopath Epidemic

Psychiatrists estimate that 1 percent of the adult population are psychopaths. That’s about 50 to 60 million psychopaths worldwide. Two million psychopaths in America alone. They crave power. They feign charm. They have zero empathy, don’t feel guilt, and think of themselves as inherently superior to the people around them.

This highly engaging and gripping read provides a detailed analysis of how our society encourages and rewards psychopathic tendencies and how, because of this, psychopaths the world over have risen to power. Reilly offers a field guide to psychopaths — how to spot them and the organizations they run — so we can avoid the inevitable damage of their worst impulses.

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Alternative News Links

These are links to news resources/blogs that are an alternative to the mainstream media.  The people behind these sites are dedicated to getting at the truth.