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University of Hawaii attacks Guatemalan professor for speaking out about GMOs

By Lilley: (NaturalNews) Isn't freedom of speech a wonderful thing? The ability to say what's on your mind and freely express yourself is incredible, unless you're Hector Valenzuela, a professor at the University of Hawaii's (UH) College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources. He's worked there for more than 20 years but has repeatedly been bashed for speaking against GMOs.

All dialog on vaccines halted by industry shills: speeches canceled after bullying and threats

By Huff: (NaturalNews) An honest panel discussion on vaccines that was supposed to take place on June 16, 2015, at the Johnson GEO Centre in St. John, Newfoundland, has officially been cancelled after vaccine-worshiping troglodytes bullied the facility into censoring the event by barring it from being held at the venue.

Vaccine database wiped by government to hide uptick in admitted vaccine injuries

By Huff: (NaturalNews) Trying to access the latest data on vaccine injury awards is like playing whack-a-mole, with the U.S. government doing everything it can these days to bury the truth and keep the public in the dark about the dangers and ineffectiveness of vaccines.

Former CBS investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson reports that the most recent statistics on vaccine injury settlements have officially been scrubbed from the federal government's vaccine "court" website, which is run by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).

Facebook beta testing online publisher "kill switch" - will sites be blocked if they don't promote official propaganda?

By Adams: (NaturalNews) Over the last several days, Facebook has been beta testing a "kill switch" that caused articles from online publishers to be blocked from social sharing. Complaints poured in to Natural News and other independent publishers such as Western Journalism, which wrote an article entitled Multiple Reports: Facebook Blocking Links To Online Publishers.

Facebook discriminates against Native Americans with traditional cultural names

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) The "inclusive" social media giant Facebook is once again caught in controversy, this time with company censors denying a Native American woman access when she tried to register using her traditional name.

As reported by Britain's Daily Mail, Brenna Happy Cloud of Salem, Oregon, has accused Facebook of discrimination after the social site prevented her from continuing to use her name. Happy Cloud said she was suddenly locked out of her account recently and received the same message each time she tried to log in for five days.

Militant Australian vaccine and fluoride fanatics seek to eliminate all forms of free speech

By Huff: (NaturalNews) Perhaps the only country in the world more committed than the U.S. and England to poisoning its own citizens with deadly chemicals in the name of "public health" is Australia, where bitter establishment fogies are angrily resisting all forms of free speech that question or object to the longstanding status quo.

Man arrested for Facebook insults sues Wisconsin police for violating First Amendment

By Heyes:(NaturalNews) A Wisconsin man who has filed suit in federal court has claimed that Village of Arena police introduced irrelevant racial undertones in an investigation of him, resulting in an unfair arrest.

As reported by Courthouse News, the recently filed complaint names the village as well as police officer Nicholas Stroik, and involves community reactions to the July 19, 2012, arrests of "several African-Americans suspected of burglary."

U.S. govt. to black out all news sites on the web - trial run tested in California - huge upcoming event?

By Heyes:(NaturalNews) Mistrust of government is high these days, so anytime there is an event of unusual circumstance, millions of us immediately think that there must be ulterior motives.

Such is the case with actions taken by certain Internet Service Providers (ISPs) on Wednesday, when a number of online news sites were blocked as the ISPs "tested" advanced technology that is capable of blocking access to the Internet.

As reported by Before It's News, which cited reporting from regular news sources: