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Time To Hack The Matrix – October 10, 2016

LIVE Weekdays 12:00PM CST & 9:00PM CST

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Hosted by TMC & Dark
In this show TMC & Dark (Utah MTB) talk about programming and how we all at some point have been. It has been designed that way to enslave us. The old joke holds true when God passed out brains people thought he said trains…


Show Notes:

Suboxone drugmaker sued over antitrust violations, blocking out generic drug makers
A major lawsuit against drug manufacturer Indivior alleges that the company has violated antitrust laws by trying to extend their monopoly on Suboxone. New York’s Attorney General announced that the suit had been filed by 35 states along with the District of Columbia in late September. Suboxone is a prescription drug that is used to treat addiction to painkillers, heroin and other opioids. California’s Attorney General commented that the actions of Indivior purposely drove up their prices and caused people in need to lose access to valuable medication. Attorney General Harris said, “When prescription drug companies unlawfully manipulate the marketplace to maximize profits, they put lives at risk and drive up the cost of healthcare for everyone. Indivior and MonosolRX flagrantly violated the law, deceiving doctors and patients and shutting down generic competition in order to rake in profits.”


Russia to citizens: ‘Nuclear war with the West could happen soon’
As tensions rise in the middle East, an official TV channels in Russia has issued a chilling warning that war with the West could be imminent.  Zvezda, a nationwide TV service run by the country’s Ministry of Defence, said last week, ‘Schizophrenics from America are sharpening nuclear weapons for Moscow.’ Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday proposed a law suspending a Moscow-Washington agreement to dispose of weapons-grade plutonium


Organs regrow themselves in clinical study
Helping the body to regrow damaged organs may sound like science fiction, but researchers in Switzerland say they’ve done just that. The medical device company, Xeltis, is working with bioabsorbable materials. These materials act as scaffolding to help the body restore complex parts or organs using the patient’s own tissue. The porous structure of the scaffolding provides anchor points for healthy tissue to grow in a processes known as Endogenous Tissue Restoration. Once the healthy tissue is in place, the scaffolding is absorbed back into the body.


Backpage.com raided, CEO arrested in Texas for allegedly pimping children

Carl Ferrer, 55, was arrested in Houston after landing on a flight from Amsterdam, the attorney general of Texas announced. Ferrer was arrested on a warrant from California, which charged him with pimping children and other counts. In a joint investigation, California and Texas authorities said they found that adults and children had been forced into prostitution through escort ads on Backpage. The CEO of Backpage, a website that has been accused of allowing ads for child sex trafficking, was arrested Thursday in Texas. 


Will there be another Snowden? The watchers are now being watched
It should come as no surprise at this point: the federal government is spying on all of us. Whether we’re persons of interest or not, they’re keeping tabs on regular, law-abiding citizens in an attempt to keep all of us enslaved under their ridiculous regime.  While the courageous whistleblower Edward Snowden was the first to expose the NSA for the corruption of spying on innocent Americans, it’s now looking as though he may not be the last. Because now it seems as though the watchers are the ones being watched.


 

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