More than 45,000 veterans and active-duty service members have killed themselves in the past six years. That is more than 20 deaths a day — in other words, more suicides each year than the total American military deaths in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Fault Lines investigates the $12bn industry of correctional healthcare and the surge in jail deaths in the US.
“When you combine the profit motive with a literally captive market of unpopular people, it’s a recipe for bad outcomes and, often, lethal outcomes,” David Fathi of the ACLU National Prison Project says.
“Millions of tons of aluminum and barium are being sprayed almost daily across the U.S., stated Mills, a former naval officer and UCLA graduate. “Just sprinkle aluminum or barium dust on a fire and see what happens. It’s near explosive. When wildfires break out, the aluminum/barium dust results in levels of fire intensity so great as to cause firefighters to coin a new term ̶ ‘firenados,’ ” he said. The entire U.S., in addition to various other NATO countries, are being sprayed.”
Omg, Europe is on fire, really. The Gillet Jaunes are STILL going, not missed a week=france lit Catalania politicians are jailed for 10-13 years= catalania lit! people are fuming! Netherland farmers continue to protest. They are barging down gouverment doors, literally. Dutch are LIT! When they where marching in, police was present inside to protect the politicians. They have beaten down protesters. This is turning very grim. The army is being called in now. thats how bad its getting! The farmers are locking down entire highway’s. In some parts they are spraying local gouverment buildings with hay. I saw this in a compiled newsshow but did not find the original vid. The press is now also being harassed in some cities as well.
Dutch 5G protests are growing, Switzerland is up in rage for 5G and they are mass protesting everywhere.
UC Berkeley economist Clair Brown argues for an economic system based on altruism, sustainability, and a meaningful life. Because even economics is about more than money.
In Buddhist economics, happiness is defined by the concept of interconnectedness. All people, all beings, are interdependent with each other and with nature. Happiness comes from making sure people lead comfortable, dignified lives and interact with each other and nature in a meaningful, caring way.