Apple Pay: Users Can Now Make Purchases With The ‘Simple Touch Of A Finger’
It’s the implant RFid chip we should fear
‘More than 220,000 companies including McDonalds, Whole Foods, Nike, Subway and Disney have already signed deals with Apple to implement the technology in their stores. The six largest banks as well as credit cards from Visa, MasterCard and American Express have also announced their support…’
US Air Force Doesn’t Like Atheists
Airman denied reenlistment for refusing to say ‘so help me God’
‘An atheist airman at Creech Air Force Base in Nevada was denied reenlistment last month for refusing to take an oath containing “so help me God,” the American Humanist Association said Thursday.
‘And in a Sept. 2 letter to the inspectors general for the Air Force and Creech, Monica Miller, an attorney with the AHA’s Apignani Humanist Legal Center, said the airman should be allowed to reenlist without having to swear to a deity, and instead given a secular oath. Miller said the AHA is prepared to sue if the airman is not allowed to reenlist.
‘According to the AHA, the unnamed airman was told Aug. 25 that the Air Force would not accept his contract because he had crossed out the phrase “so help me God.” The airman was told his only options were to sign the religious oath section of the contract without adjustment and recite an oath concluding with “so help me God,” or leave the Air Force, the AHA said…’
Special Report: How U.S. Government Admits Vaccines Cause Autism [Video]
In certain circumstances the federal government will pay out compensation to parents whose children have been damaged by vaccines
3000-Year-Old Sword Found in River
‘Eleven-year-old Yang Junxi says he touched the rusty weapon’s tip while washing his hands in the Laozhoulin River, in Gaoyou County, the state news agency Xinhua reports. After pulling it out he took it home, where it quickly became a sensation for curious locals, before the family decided to send the blade to officials for examination. “Some people even offered high prices to buy the sword,” Junxi’s father Jinhai says. “But I felt it would be illegal to sell the relic.”…’