337 Dead Whales In Chile Is Worst Case Of Mass Deaths So Far

In the most shocking case of mass animal deaths to date, 337 endangered Sei whales have been found dead in Southern Chile. According to Chilean news agencies. the whales were discovered by scientists on November 16, but only now has the mass death been reported to the authorities (and leaked to the press). In May, in the same part

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Stanley Kubrick Confesses Moon Landing Was Faked After All

A stunning new video has emerged after Stanley Kubrick’s death in which Kubrick allegedly admits that the NASA moon landings were faked.  Filmmaker T. Patrick Murray says he interviewed Kubrick three days before his death in March 1999. He was forced to sign an 88-page NDA to keep the contents of the interview a secret

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Abortion Drugs Discovered in Bill Gates’ Vaccines

UNICEF, the World Health Organization, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have been accused of secretly sterilizing millions of women in Africa by doctors in Kenya after abortion drugs were discovered in Tetanus vaccines. Antifertility agents were found in the vaccinations after doctors noticed a sudden boom in infertility rates and became suspicious. The

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Watch As Two Elephants Save A Calf From Drowning In Zoo Pool

Amazing footage from Grand Park Zoo in Seoul, South Korea shows two adults elephants rescuing a baby elephant from a pool in their enclosure. One adult is standing with the calf when it accidentally falls into the deep end of the pool. Immediately, both elephants become frantic. They pace along the side of the pool

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Afghan Opium Production 40 Times Higher Since US – NATO Invasion

Since the U.S.-led NATO invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, the production of opium in the country has increased by 40 times according to Russia’s Federal Drug Control Service, fueling organized crime and widespread death. The head of the FSKN, Viktor Ivanov, explained the staggering trend at a March U.N. conference on drugs in Afghanistan. Opium

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