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DHS

The Department Of Homeland Security Has A Job For You!!!

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY D.H.S. MAKE-WORK-FOR-MORONS PROGRAM (MWFMP) ARE YOU HOPELESSLY STUPID? LACKING IN ANY SKILLS WHATSOEVER? GREEDY?LAZY? COWARDLY? SNEAKY? DISHONEST? A NATURAL WHORE THAT WOULD SELL OUT ANYONE FOR MONEY? EVEN YOUR COUNTRY AND THE CONSTITUTION? A NATURAL BULLY, BUT ONLY IF YOU CAN HIDE AMONG 100+ OTHERS? DO …

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Censorship

Facebook, Google Outline Unprecedented Mass Censorship at US Senate Hearing

Photo: Facebook’s General Counsel Colin Stretch, Twitter’s Acting General Counsel Sean Edgett, and Google’s Senior Vice President and General Counsel Kent Walker, are sworn in for a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill, Nov. 1, 2017. (AP/Jacquelyn Martin) The hearing was called to review what technology companies are doing …

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Surveillance State

Fast food restaurants to use facial recognition to spy on customers

Source: MassPrivateI by mapi Imagine in the not too distant future you and your family stop at a Jack In The Box for lunch. Much to your surprise, you notice there is no one behind the counter to take your order. How will they take your order you ask? Don’t …

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Police State

Top Ten Signs We’re Living in a Police State

Source: The Last American Vagabond January 19, 2018 by Ryan Cristián “The further a society drifts from Truth, the more it will hate those that speak it.” – George Orwell There are some who would have Americans believe that certain kinds of change are necessary to the modern survival of …

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Cryptocurrency

The Bitcoin Psyop

Source: The Corbett Report January 19, 2018 James Corbett Yes, the blockchain is truly revolutionary. Yes, bitcoin is Tulipmania 2.0. Yes, cryptocurrency is a nail in the coffin of the bankster parasites. Yes, digital currency is a tool of the totalitarian tyrants. No, these statements are not contradictory. But don’t …

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Imperialism

Full Spectrum Arrogance: US Bases Spanning the Globe

Source: Global Research January 19, 2018 By Ann Garrison “There are 50,000 troops still in Germany, still winning World War II three quarters of a century later.” Late last year, a divided Congress approved a military spending bill of 700 billion dollars , more than either the President or the Pentagon had …

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Justice

Juries Should Be More Than Rubber Stamps for Prosecutors

Source: Foundation for Ecnomic Education January 18, 2018 by  Daniel J. Mitchell I haven’t written in any detail about “jury nullification” since late 2010, and it’s time to rectify that sin of omission. Nullification occurs when a jury votes not guilty because a law is either unjust or wrongly applied, not because …

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Government

How To Capture a Wild Pig: The Allure of Free Stuff and New Tech

Source: The Daily Bell January 17, 2018 By Joe Jarvis The tale of how to catch a wild pig deserves more detail. A smart farmer knew that if he went out with his dogs and nets and cattle prods to capture wild pigs that the pigs would run amok. It …

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Crimes Against Humanity

In Words and Deeds: The Genesis of Israeli Violence

Source: counterpunch January 18, 2018 by Ramzy Baroud Not a day passes without a prominent Israeli politician or intellectual making an outrageous statement against Palestinians. Many of these statements tend to garner little attention or evoke rightly deserved outrage. Just recently, Israel’s Minister of Agriculture, Uri Ariel, called for more …

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Electrosmog

Most Don’t Question “Sensitivity” To Air Pollution But Still Question “Sensitivity” To Electrical Pollution

Source: Activist Post January 17, 2018 By B.N. Frank As many as 1/3 are affected.  Symptoms from exposure to Electrosmog vary. We already know that some people and animals are more adversely affected by air pollution than others.  Many of them are diagnosed with conditions like allergies, asthma, COPD, etc. …

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