Thursday, May 23, 2013

New World Next Week: Episode154 - Portland Defeats Fluoride, London Murder, Robot Surgery Episode154 -
Portland Defeats Fluoride, London Murder, Robot Surgery

Episode154 - Portland Defeats Fluoride, London Murder, Robot SurgeryWelcome back to New World Next Week - the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

Story #1: Portland Voters Reject Water Fluoridation
Visits From the Tooth Fairy: Minority Groups Backing Portland’s Pro-Fluoride Measure Received $143,000 In Payments From Campaign
Did State Employees Help Pro-Fluoride Advocates On State Time?
Tami Canal on #MarchAgainstMonsanto

Story #2: British Soldier Literally Butchered On London Street
Syrian Rebel 'Cuts Out Soldier's Heart And Eats It' In Horrific Propaganda Video

Story #3: Jury Deliberations To Begin In First Case of 26 Malpractice Suits Involving Robot Surgery
Predator Drone Court-Martialed For Afghani Civilian Deaths
Obama Adminstration Formally Admits Killing Four Americans In Drone Strikes
Who Is Accountable When Drones Kill?

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