What our Readers Say about Us

Feedback from our Readers   The new NAMASTE website highlights and presents the most important information today, on the erosion of democratic governance by self-determination, replaced with a global agenda that represents the perception of the ruling elite that they have a divine-right-to-rule over all living things.  There are many … Continue reading

Rumsfeld and the Aspartame Fiasco

  By James S. Turner Many health-conscious people believe that avoiding aspartame, found in over 5000 products under brand names such as Equal and NutraSweet, can improve their quality of life. The history of this synthetic sweetener’s approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), including a long record … Continue reading

Unmasking Common Purpose

By Brian Gerrish It recruits and trains ‘leaders’ to be loyal to the directives of Common Purpose and the EU, instead of to their own departments, which they then undermine or subvert, the NHS being an example. Common Purpose is identifying leaders in all levels of our government to assume … Continue reading

Sweet Misery

 ‘Sweet Misery’ exposes ‘the truth’ about aspartame and the medical horrors it inflicts upon the unwitting victims who consume it, believing it to be safe!   Victims such as Charles Fleming who died as a result of drinking soft drinks that contained aspartame. His wife Diane Fleming was then arrested … Continue reading

Imprisoned for Crime Not Committed

In Britain – Sally Clark … In the USA – Diane Fleming …   The Tragedy The Cover-Up       Diane Flemming story has criminal implications for those power, they have allowed a poison to be marketed as a sweetener, knowing it destroys the body. Historically, Aspartame was never … Continue reading

Justice has not been served

  Introduction Readers who have read our last issue will remember the tragic story of Diane Fleming who is currently serving a life sentence in a US jail for a crime she did not commit. For those who are reading our magazine for the first time, Diane’s husband, Chuck Fleming, … Continue reading

John Swinton on the Free Press

One night, probably in 1880, John Swinton, then the preeminent New York journalist, was the guest of honour at a banquet given him by the leaders of his craft. Someone who knew neither the press nor Swinton offered a toast to the independent press. Swinton outraged his colleagues by replying: … Continue reading