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The United Kingdom’s top surveillance agency has acted unlawfully by keeping details about the scope of its Internet spying operations secret, a British court ruled in an unprecedented judgment issued on Friday.
Government Communications Headquarters, or GCHQ, was found to have breached human rights laws by concealing information about how it accesses surveillance data collected by its American counterpart, the National Security Agency.
The ruling was handed down by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, a special court that handles complaints related to covert surveillance operations conducted by law enforcement and intelligence agencies. In its 15-year history, the tribunal has never before upheld a complaint against any intelligence agencies.
- Four Reasons Why Freedom Lovers Should Cheer a Restrictionist-Led DHS Shutdown The Department of Homeland Security is almost certainly headed for a partial shutdown. The funding that was authorized for the agency in December as part of the Cromnibus spending bill runs out at the end of the month. Restrictionist Republicans had thought they could leverage the DHS funding issue to kill President Obama’s “executive amnesty” – their misleading term for a three-year reprieve from deportation for some undocumented aliens that does not lead to a path to legalization. But they have hit a Democratic wall. Three times last week, Dems used Senate filibuster rules to prevent even a procedural vote on the funding bill till Republicans stripped their “anti-executive amnesty” amendments from it. But the Republican leadership cannot get the restrictionists to knock it off without triggering a revolt against itself. And with Congress in recess all of next week, it gives Republicans less than eight days to get their act together, which they are in no way, shape or form close to doing.
- Virginia House Votes 96-4 to Take Second Step Against NDAA Indefinite Detention
Today, the Virginia House of Delegates passed a bill to push back against federal indefinite detention powers. The vote was 96-4.
In 2013, Virginia was the first state to pass legislation in response to the indefinite detention powers purportedly authorized in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2012, still active today. That law was a first step, limited in scope, forbidding state agencies, in some situations, from cooperating with some federal attempts to exercise the indefinite detention provisions written into sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act.
For 2015, House Bill 2144 (HB2144), sponsored by Del. Benjamin L. Cline (R-Rockbridge), takes things two steps beyond simply refusing to cooperate with federal agents in the event of indefinite detention in Virginia. It sets the stage to create the type of leverage and attention D.C. would not want public if it refuses to cooperate with the state of Virginia.
This legislation would require two things from the feds if it wants to detains, pursuant to NDAA, any U.S. citizen in the state of Virginia.
“the U.S.Secretary of Defense shall provide notification within 24 hours of the detention to both the Secretary of Public Safety and the chief law-enforcement officer of the locality in which the citizen is detained…
the U.S. Secretary of Defense or his designee shall seek authorization from the chief law-enforcement officer of the locality in which the citizen is detained prior to removal of the citizen from the locality”
- Sheriff Calls Out “Veiled Threats” Against America’s Police from Obama’s Homeland Security Secretary
Larimer County, Colorado Sheriff Justin Smith recently called out the veiled threats of Jeh Johnson, Obama’s Homeland Security Secretary.
In a letter to sheriffs across the country, Johnson wrote the following:
Silence Breeds Tyranny
After years of dithering, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler has at last deposited the formal proposal to reclassify Internet as a public utility and subject it to federal regulation, championed by proponents as “net neutrality.”
Wheeler outlined the plan in an article for Wired magazine last week and it will be considered for a vote by the commission Feb. 26.
The plan has not yet been released to the public, but at least one FCC commissioner who has seen it isn’t taking the bait.
“It gives the FCC the power to micromanage virtually every aspect of how the Internet works,” said FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai in a statement after the plan’s release. “It’s no wonder that net neutrality proponents are already bragging that it will turn the FCC into the “Department of the Internet.”
“For that reason, if you like dealing with the IRS, you are going to love the President’s plan,” said Pai.
- Judge: Obama’s Internet Executive Order “Goes Too Far” Bypasses Congress – The Next Step Towards Police State USSA!
Many might already know that on February 12, 2015, the White House produced a fact sheet on Barack Obama’s newest Executive Order, bypassing congress once again to implement changes more fit for a dictatorship rather than the Federal Republic America once was.
The fact sheet via the WH is titled “Executive Order Promoting Private Sector Cybersecurity Information Sharing,” and as with all Obama’s Executive Orders, spins the true facts and neglects to show transparency into the reckless and dangerous “unprecedented” next step into the police state USSA.
The fact sheet is divided into four parts; 1) Encouraging Private-Sector Cybersecurity Collaboration; 2) Enabling Better Private-Public Information Sharing; 3) Providing Strong Privacy and Civil Liberties Protections and; 4) Paving the Way for Future Legislation.
In the first video below, Andrew P. Napolitano explains exactly how this new Executive Order goes too far, leading us into unchartered waters, where private and personal emails will now become fodder for the US government. In the second video below, FCC commissioner Ajit Pai joins NewsMax TV to explain Obama’s “alarmingly unprecedented direct involvement” into the FCC’s plan to regulate the internet.
Feds Hold Hearing On Whether They Should ‘Regulate’ Sites Like Drudge, Infowars And The Economic Collapse Blog
The control freaks that run our government always seem to want to “regulate” things that they do not like. And so it should be no surprise that there is a renewed push to regulate independent news websites. Sites like the Drudge Report, Infowars.com and The Economic Collapse Blog have been a thorn in the side of the establishment for years. You see, the truth is that approximately 90 percent of all news and entertainment in this country is controlled by just six giant media corporations. That is why the news seems to be so similar no matter where you turn. But in recent years the alternative media has exploded in popularity. People are hungry for the truth, and an increasing number of Americans are waking up to the fact that they are not getting the truth from the corporate-controlled media. But as the alternative media has grown, it was only going to be a matter of time before the establishment started cracking down on it. At the moment it is just the FEC and the FCC, but surely this is just the beginning. Our “Big Brother” government ultimately wants to control every area of our lives – and this especially applies to our ability to communicate freely with one another.
The Federal Election Commission is an example of a federal rule making body that has gotten wildly out of control. Since just about anything that anyone says or does could potentially “influence an election”, it is not difficult for them to come up with excuses to regulate things that they do not like.
And on Wednesday, the FEC held a hearing on whether or not they should regulate political speech on blogs, websites and YouTube videos…
Google Chrome’s new voice recognition feature transmits small recordings of you back to Google HQ—potentially setting a disturbing precedent
Your Xbox will listen to you. Your TV will listen to you. And now, if you’re not careful with its new voice recognition features, Google Chrome will listen to you, too. Welcome to the Internet of Things: Where the electronics you bring into your house are now smart enough to outsmart you, and keep tabs on everything you do… potentially for the highest bidder.
According to Sean Sullivan, security advisor at F-Secure, the fine print on Google Chrome’s Voice Search Hotword feature may record a few seconds before you speak and send it to Google—not a company with the greatest track record on respecting privacy.
Secure Private Alternative To Skype
Since Edward Snowden revealed the National Security Agency’s mass surveillance programs last summer, developers and tech companies like Google have been rushing to create tools that restore some semblance of security and privacy for Internet users. Tox, a Skype alternative that features instant messaging, call and video features, is the latest entry in that field.
Tox, developed by a group of 4chan members, is very much in its infancy and not without its problems, notes Wired. To ensure privacy, Tox adds encryption to its instant messaging capabilities and will connect users directly, much like a BitTorrent protocol. The peer-to-peer connection will eliminate the need for servers hosted by the Tox team, which means there is no user data stored for the NSA, or any government agency, to find.
“Nowadays, every government seems to be interested in what we’re saying online. Tox is built on a ‘privacy goes first’ agenda, and we make no compromises. Your safety is our top priority, and there isn’t anything in the world that will change that,” states the Tox website. The team will also hire a security firm to test the encryption to ensure it is secure, notes Wired.
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- The vaccines under trial are the Chimpanzee Adenovirus 3 for the Zaire Ebola strain and glycoproteins for both the Zaire and Sudan strains.
- Uganda and the East African region have mostly suffered the Sudan and Zaire strains.
- Uganda’s decision to be part of a potentially game-changing vaccine is one that stems from history. The country has been a hot spot for Ebola, with the largest epidemic in 2000, killing more than 200 people, including front-line health workers.
- Israel official says Netanyahu misled over Congress speech
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM: A senior Israeli official suggested Friday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had been misled into thinking an invitation to address the U.S. Congress on Iran next month was fully supported by the Democrats.
Netanyahu was invited by the Republican speaker of the house, John Boehner, to address Congress on March 3, an invitation Boehner originally described as bipartisan.
The move angered the White House, which is upset about the event coming two weeks before Israeli elections and the fact that Netanyahu, who has a testy relationship with President Obama, is expected to be critical of U.S. policy on Iran.
- American ISIS Hostage Reported Killed Identified As Kayla Mueller Of Arizona
The Islamic State claimed that a 26-year-old woman from Prescott, Arizona taken hostage was killed in a Jordanian airstrike.
According to ISIS, the woman, identified as aid worker Kayla Mueller, was killed after Jordanian fighter planes bombed a building where she was being held in Syria.
These claims have not been confirmed as true.
ISIS released a statement identifying Mueller’s phone numbers and other personal information. The statement released Mueller’s full name, which had not previously been made public. There was no photographic evidence provided with the claim.
“The criminal Crusader coalition aircraft bombarded a site outside the city of Raqqah today at noon while the people were performing the Friday prayer,” ISIS said in its statement. “The air assaults were continuous on the same location for an hour.” See here for information and a complete translation of the statement.
- American ISIS hostage is dead, family confirms Kayla Jean Mueller, a 26-year-old American woman held by Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants, has been confirmed dead, her parents and the Obama administration said Tuesday.
- Obama sends Congress draft for war authorization
President Barack Obama has officially asked Congress for war authority to fight Islamic State militants, opening a debate on Capitol Hill over the extent of U.S. military involvement in fighting the group Obama says poses a “grave threat” to U.S. national security.
Obama’s request doesn’t rule out ground troops, calling for their use against the Islamic State in “limited circumstances” including the use of special ops forces to take military action against the group’s leadership. His authorization includes no geographic limits and would expire in three years, unless reauthorized.
- ‘Normandy 4’ Ukraine peace talks in Minsk LIVE UPDATES Marathon negotiations in Minsk between the leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine have managed to produce a ceasefire agreement between Kiev and the rebels in the east of the country, raising hopes for an end to the violence.
- The Minsk ceasefire deal, point by point
A glimpse of hope has appeared for peace in Ukraine after a 13-point memorandum was signed Thursday in Minsk.
The deal was brokered by the leaders of France, Germany and Russia, who joined their Ukrainian counterpart on Wednesday for marathon overnight negotiations.
The useless agreement which everybody wanted I have to say that I am both amused and appalled at the completely over-the-top reaction of most commentators to what we might as well call the Mink-2 Agreement (M2A). Apparently, analysis has been abandoned altogether and has now been replaced with hyperbole and vociferous but empty statements. Reading some of the comments made here one could be forgiven for thinking that somehow the war in the Ukraine was over and that the AngloZionist Empire, aided by Putin, Surkov and an anonymous but sinister army of Russian oligarchs, has just inflicted a terrible and final blow to the Novorussian dream.
What is going on here? Has everybody just gone crazy?
In part, this is due that one could read anything, everything and its opposite into this agreement (more about that later) and also to the fact that the western media simply had to present any agreement as a triumph of western willpower, diplomacy and sanctions. This is all utter nonsense, of course, but that is what you get for exposing yourself to the corporate media. So let’s set aside all the loud clamoring and use our brains to actually *think*.
- At Minsk, Putin got ‘Everything He Wanted’ and Took No Responsibility for the Future, Illarionov and Piontkovsky Say
After the publication of the Minsk agreement, Andrey Illarinov and Andrey Piontkovsky say that “Putin received practically all that he wanted” without assuming any responsibility for what will happen next, while Ukraine assumed all responsibilities and France and Germany took responsibility for ensuring Kyiv does so.
“The only significant positive result” for Ukraine was “the agreement about a ceasefire and the separation of opposing forces,” something that gives a chance for an end to the bloodletting, the two say. But they add that they are concerned that since the ceasefire is scheduled to go into effect only three days from now, Putin and pro-Russian forces will move to take more territory or stage new provocations (ruspolitics.ru/article/read/v-minske-putin-poluchil-prakticheski-vse-chto-hotel.html).
Fiddl’n With Reality
- Sixth Generation Super Hornet Could Give up on Being Stealthy Russia and China are already working on new networked air defenses coupled with new radars operating in the UHF and VHF-bands that threaten to neutralize America’s massive investment in fifth-generation fighters. Fighter-sized stealth aircraft are only optimized to perform against high-frequency fire control band radars operating in the Ku, X, C and portions of the S-band
- The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever
When future generations look back on the global-warming scare of the past 30 years, nothing will shock them more than the extent to which the official temperature records – on which the entire panic ultimately rested – were systematically “adjusted” to show the Earth as having warmed much more than the actual data justified.
Two weeks ago, under the headline “How we are being tricked by flawed data on global warming”, I wrote about Paul Homewood, who, on his Notalotofpeopleknowthat blog, had checked the published temperature graphs for three weather stations in Paraguay against the temperatures that had originally been recorded. In each instance, the actual trend of 60 years of data had been dramatically reversed, so that a cooling trend was changed to one that showed a marked warming.
This was only the latest of many examples of a practice long recognised by expert observers around the world – one that raises an ever larger question mark over the entire official surface-temperature record.
- Global Warming: So Dishonest It Makes Enron Look Like a Paragon of Integrity “Fiddling temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever,” says Christopher Booker, not pulling his punches. And I think he’s right not to do so. If – as Booker, myself, and few others suspect – the guardians of the world’s land-based temperature records have been adjusting the raw data in order to exaggerate “global warming” then this is indeed a crime against the scientific method unparalleled in history.
- White House doubles down: Climate change more dangerous than terrorism
The White House insisted Tuesday that the dangers posed by climate change are greater for average Americans than the threat of terrorism.
Speaking to reporters, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said Americans no longer face the same threat of attack that they did prior to Sept. 11, 2001, crediting the administration’s efforts to degrade organizations such as al Qaeda.
Today, Mr. Earnest said, climate change is a greater threat for everyday Americans.
“There are many more people on an annual basis who have to confront the direct impact on their lives of climate change, or on the spread of a disease, than on terrorism,” he said. “When you’re talking about the direct daily impact of these kind of challenges on the daily lives of Americans, particularly Americans living in this country … more people are directly affected by those things than by terrorism.”
- U.N. Climate Chief: We’re ‘Intentionally’ Transforming The World Economy
“This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time to change the economic development model that has been reigning for at least 150 years…”
The EPA’s Hopes of Regulating Lead Ammo is All-But ANNIHILATED Now In December, a federal appeals court ruled that it was not the jurisdiction of the EPA to regulate the kind of ammo used by hunters. Environmental advocacy groups had long griped that the EPA was not doing enough to crack down on hunters and their ammo, despite the fact that some of the strongest conservationists in the U.S. are hunters who thoroughly make use and enjoy the outdoors.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia agreed that the EPA had no right to regulate ammo, ruling, “We agree with EPA that it lacks statutory authority to regulate the type of spent bullets and shot identified in the environmental groups’ petition.”
- Infoporn: Proof That the FDA Isn’t Protecting Americans’ Health
Making drugs is tricky business. It’s also expensive, so it’s no shocker that labs take scientific shortcuts when trying to get a treatment to market—where it can start earning back the millions of dollars spent in development. Whenever the FDA catches falsified data or unreported side effects, it issues a warning letter to document the bad research. That’s good. But a new study shows the FDA also goes to extreme lengths—from bureaucratic obfuscation to outright redactions—to hide any links between that negligence and any particular drug. That makes it impossible to tell if these letters are doing anything to protect consumers.
Information ain’t always pretty. The busted-looking chart below is a list of clinical trials—the crucial studies that ensure drugs are safe and effective—containing flawed research.
The FDA buries evidence of fraud in medical trials. My students and I dug it up.
Agents of the Food and Drug Administration know better than anyone else just how bad scientific misbehavior can get. Reading the FDA’s inspection files feels almost like watching a highlights reel from a Scientists Gone Wild video. It’s a seemingly endless stream of lurid vignettes—each of which catches a medical researcher in an unguarded moment, succumbing to the temptation to do things he knows he really shouldn’t be doing. Faked X-ray reports. Forged retinal scans. Phony lab tests. Secretly amputated limbs. All done in the name of science when researchers thought that nobody was watching.
That misconduct happens isn’t shocking. What is: When the FDA finds scientific fraud or misconduct, the agency doesn’t notify the public, the medical establishment, or even the scientific community that the results of a medical experiment are not to be trusted. On the contrary. For more than a decade, the FDA has shown a pattern of burying the details of misconduct. As a result, nobody ever finds out which data is bogus, which experiments are tainted, and which drugs might be on the market under false pretenses. The FDA has repeatedly hidden evidence of scientific fraud not just from the public, but also from its most trusted scientific advisers, even as they were deciding whether or not a new drug should be allowed on the market. Even a congressional panel investigating a case of fraud regarding a dangerous drug couldn’t get forthright answers. For an agency devoted to protecting the public from bogus medical science, the FDA seems to be spending an awful lot of effort protecting the perpetrators of bogus science from the public.
- A new giant vaccine scandal exposes government lies and psyops
If you control the use of words and numbers, you can make trillions of dollars, and you can hide scandals that would otherwise take you down into infamy and prison.
You can pretty much operate a whole sector of society and remain untouched.
Nowhere is this more clear than in the criminal work of the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
The real name of that agency should be: Centers for Disease Information Control. That’s what they do. They manipulate words and numbers to present fictional images to the public.
They’re a tax-funded PR front for the medical cartel. A 24/7 psyop.
“Yes, of course I’m a criminal. I work for the CDC.”
Here is the latest blockbuster.
- Dr. Unloads On ‘Safe’ Vaccines Alex Jones welcomes Dr. Andrew Wakefield to the studio to talk about his war with vaccines.
- Autism Media Channel
CDC Fraud: Formal Complaint to the ORI and the CDC
OFFICIAL COMPLAINT to the Office of Research Integrity (ORI), and the CDC.Appendix 1 to the ORI complai
- Andrew Wakefield
Andrew Jeremy Wakefield (born c. 1957) is a British former surgeon and medical researcher, known for his fraudulent 1998 research paper in support of the now-discredited claim that there is a link between the administration of the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine, and the appearance of autism and bowel disease.
After the publication of the paper, other researchers were unable to reproduce Wakefield’s findings or confirm his hypothesis of an association between the MMR vaccine and autism, or autism and gastrointestinal disease. A 2004 investigation by Sunday Times reporter Brian Deer identified undisclosed financial conflicts of interest on Wakefield’s part, and most of his co-authors then withdrew their support for the study’s interpretations. The British General Medical Council (GMC) conducted an inquiry into allegations of misconduct against Wakefield and two former colleagues. The investigation centred on Deer’s numerous findings, including that children with autism were subjected to unnecessary invasive medical procedures, such as colonoscopy and lumbar puncture, and that Wakefield acted without the required ethical approval from an institutional review board.
On 28 January 2010, a five-member statutory tribunal of the GMC found three dozen charges proved, including four counts of dishonesty and 12 counts involving the abuse of developmentally challenged children. The panel ruled that Wakefield had “failed in his duties as a responsible consultant”, acted both against the interests of his patients, and “dishonestly and irresponsibly” in his published research. The Lancet immediately and fully retracted his 1998 publication on the basis of the GMC’s findings, noting that elements of the manuscript had been falsified. The Lancet’s editor-in-chief Richard Horton said the paper was “utterly false” and that the journal had been “deceived”. Three months later, Wakefield was struck off the Medical Register in May 2010, with a statement identifying deliberate falsification in The Lancet research, and is barred from practising medicine in the UK.
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- Monsanto Forced To Pull Advertisement Because Someone Actually Fact-Checked Them
Monsanto was recently forced to withdraw one of its advertisements after The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) of South Africa determined that the information in the advertisement was unsubstantiated.
The commercial boasted the many benefits of GMO crops, but The African Centre for Biosafety (ACB) filed a complaint because they believed that Monsanto’s claims were false.
In the advertisement, Monsanto claimed that GMO crops “enable us to produce more food sustainably whilst using fewer resources; provide a healthier environment by saving on pesticides; decrease greenhouse gas emissions and increase crop yields substantially.”
After the complaint was filed, Monsanto was unable to provide sufficient evidence to support their claims, and were thus forced to pull the advertisement.
- Pennsylvania Researchers Discover Glyphosate Herbicide in Honey and Soy Sauce Researchers from Abraxis LLC and Boston University have further confirmed that the world’s most used herbicide – glyphosate – is widespread in food products around the globe. The researchers tested honey, pancake and corn syrup, soy sauce, soy milk and tofu purchased in the Philadelphia, US metropolitan area.
Maintaining A Principle & Foundation – Truth, The First Casualty
- Scott Walker backtracks from striking ‘truth,’ ‘human condition’ from Wisconsin Idea
Facing a massive backlash, Gov. Scott Walker retreated Wednesday from a proposal to wipe out language at the foundation of the Wisconsin Idea — the long-cherished principle that the state’s public universities exist to seek truth and serve the people of the entire state.
“The Wisconsin Idea will continue to thrive,” Walker’s spokeswoman, Laurel Patrick, said in a statement. “This was a drafting error. The final version of the budget will include the Wisconsin Idea.”
But earlier in the day, Walker told reporters in De Pere that the proposed language change in his 2015-17 budget plan would better focus the University of Wisconsin System.
“The focus would be honed in, in particular to look at making sure that we prepare individuals in this state … for the jobs and opportunities that are available in the state,” Walker said, according to Wisconsin Radio Network.
Walker’s proposed changes to the Wisconsin Idea would have struck passages about state outreach, improving the human condition and pursuing truth, in favor of more narrowly defining state campuses as agents of workforce development.
Gone would have been: “Inherent in this broad mission are methods of instruction, research, extended training and public service designed to educate people and improve the human condition. Basic to every purpose of the system is the search for truth.”
Also proposed to be cut: language stating that part of the university’s mission is “to extend knowledge and its application beyond the boundaries of its campuses.”
Walker would have added language to the opening sentence specifying the universities’ responsibility as economic engines, adding the line, “to meet the state’s workforce needs” to a sentence about developing human resources.
- The U.S. Supreme Court Is Marching in Lockstep with the Police State
“[I]f the individual is no longer to be sovereign, if the police can pick him up whenever they do not like the cut of his jib, if they can ‘seize’ and ‘search’ him in their discretion, we enter a new regime. The decision to enter it should be made only after a full debate by the people of this country.”-–U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas
The U.S. Supreme Court was intended to be an institution established to intervene and protect the people against the government and its agents when they overstep their bounds. Yet as I point out in my book A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State, Americans can no longer rely on the courts to mete out justice. In the police state being erected around us, the police and other government agents can probe, poke, pinch, taser, search, seize, strip and generally manhandle anyone they see fit in almost any circumstance, all with the general blessing of the courts.
Whether it’s police officers breaking through people’s front doors and shooting them dead in their homes or strip searching innocent motorists on the side of the road, these instances of abuse are continually validated by a judicial system that kowtows to virtually every police demand, no matter how unjust, no matter how in opposition to the Constitution.
These are the hallmarks of the emerging American police state: where police officers, no longer mere servants of the people entrusted with keeping the peace, are part of an elite ruling class dependent on keeping the masses corralled, under control, and treated like suspects and enemies rather than citizens.
A review of the Supreme Court’s rulings over the past 10 years, including some critical ones this term, reveals a startling and steady trend towards pro-police state rulings by an institution concerned more with establishing order and protecting government agents than with upholding the rights enshrined in the Constitution.
- Kansas v. Colorado, 206 U.S. 46 (1907)
As Congress cannot make compacts between the states, as it cannot, in respect to certain matters, by legislation compel their separate action, disputes between them must be settled either by force or else by appeal to tribunals empowered to determine the right and wrong thereof. Force, under our system of government, is eliminated.
Helping The Defenseless
- Breastfeeding Mother Arrested and Babies Taken Away by Force: The Parents’ Side of the Story
The police literally ripped 14 month old Levi from his mother’s breast, reports Erica May Carey, as she was nursing him in the car at a California gas station. Her baby was screaming, and she says her breast was exposed as the officers dragged her from the car. As she recounted the events of last Thursday, Erica began weeping, saying that she was “hogtied like an animal, when moments before I was nursing my infant.” She was arrested and jailed for fighting to keep her children with her.
Watch the video here from King 5 News:
- Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars
- The people know that they have created this farce and financed it with their own taxes (consent), but they would rather knuckle under than be the hypocrite.
Factor VI – Cattle
Those who will not use their brains are no better off than those who have no brains, and so this mindless school of jelly-fish, father, mother, son, and daughter, become useful beasts of burden or trainers of the same.
- Mr. Rothschild’s Energy Discovery
What Mr. Rothschild  had discovered was the basic principle of power, influence, and control over people as applied to economics. That principle is “when you assume the appearance of power, people soon give it to you.”
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