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Surveillance State

The Most Important Surveillance Story You Will Ever See For Years Just Went Online

Source: Collective Evolution June 30, 2018 By Arjun Walia In Brief The Facts:A “fortress-like” AT&T building located in eight major American cities have played a central role in another huge National Security Agency (NSA) spying program. Reflect On:Why are they monitoring us so heavily? Is it really for ‘national security …

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Electrosmog

If Firefighters Are Concerned About Exposure to Cell Towers and Antennas, Maybe Everybody Should Be. 5G Complaints by San Francisco Firefighters Are Unsettling.

Source: Activist Post June 29, 2018 BN Frank If firefighters are willing to run and leap and climb and jump into burning buildings and forests but aren’t willing to be subjected to prolonged periods of radiation exposure from cell towers and antennas, maybe the rest of us shouldn’t be willing …

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Injustice

White House: US, Ecuador Coordinating About Future Of Assange Asylum

Source: Caitlin Johnstone Rogue Journalist June 29, 2018 Caitlin Johnstone The agenda of the United States government to extradite WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange is kind of like Israel’s nuclear arsenal: everyone knows it exists, but government officials refuse to openly confirm it. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has admitted that Assange’s …

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Taxation

Texas Man Evicted For Not Paying Government Mandated ‘Rent’ On His Own Property

Source: The Daily Sheeple June 28, 2018 Dawn Luger A 79-year-old man in Texas was forcibly evicted from a home he’s owned and lived in for decades.  He was thrown out for not paying to rent his own property from the government. Property taxes are nothing more than rent demanded …

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Taxation

Which Came First, Civilization or Taxation? (Hint: You Can’t Tax Something That Doesn’t Exist)

Source: The Daily Bell June 24, 2018 By Joe Jarvis Someone asked on Quora how the government justifies property taxes. Isn’t that like paying rent for land that your own? The answers were sickening. It would be one thing if people responded in good faith about the “social contract” and …

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Imperialism

Dismantling A Society: How Empires Feed Off the Republic

Source: counterpunch June 28, 2018 by RS Ahthion “It is patently ridiculous for the United Nations to examine poverty in America.” -Nikki Haley (1) Nikki Haley released a ferocious rebuke of a UN report detailing poverty in the United States. As if she could will away or dismiss its findings …

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Regime Change

Why You Should Be Intensely Skeptical Of Everything You Hear About Iran Protests

Source: Caitlin Johnstone Rogue Journalist June 27, 2018 Caitlin Johnstone Every few weeks I switch from being accused by pro-establishment Democrats of writing propaganda for Putin and Assad to being accused by pro-Trump Republicans of writing propaganda for the Iranian government, all because I am opposed to US-led regime change …

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Gun Rights

Americans Now Own 40% Of The World’s One Billion Guns

At the end of 2017, there were approximately 1 billion firearms in over 230 countries around the globe, 84.6 percent of which were held by civilians, 13.1 percent by state militaries, and 2.2 percent by law enforcement agencies – with Americans the dominant owners, according to a study released Monday. Source: ZeroHedge …

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Electrosmog

NEW wireless electric vehicle technology will threaten driver and passenger health

Source: New Paradigm by Lori Alton With most electric vehicles requiring charging every 100 to 250 miles, engineers are scrambling to find a more ‘convenient’ wireless charging options. Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have developed a method of “on the go” wireless charging – in which charging plates …

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GMO

Bayer + Monsanto = A Match Made in Hell

Source: The Corbett Report June 23, 2018 James Corbett It is hardly surprising that the first thing Bayer did after completing their takeover of Monsanto earlier this month was to announce that they were dropping the Monsanto name, merging the two companies’ agrichemical divisions under the Bayer Crop Science name. …

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