Police State

The London Police Now Have a Firm Definition Of Thought-Crime … And They’re Going To Use It

Image credit: TFTP Source: Activist Post March 19, 2018 By Jon Rappoport “Whether he went on with the diary, or whether he did not go on with it, made no difference. The Thought Police would get him just the same. He had committed—would still have committed, even if he had …

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It’s Now or Never – The Fight for Freedom

Source: Wake Up World March 17, 2018 By Tim Bryant Why is today’s society the way it is? People will often argue that society has always been like this, and that this is its natural state, while others will listen to what they’re told or simply ignore discussion of the topic altogether, deeming …

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War Crimes

15 Years On, the Staggering Death Toll in Iraq Keeps Climbing

Ali Hamza, 8, sits at the graves of his brother, Mohammed, and sister Asinat, who were killed at their school when a suicide car bomb attack near Qabak elementary school in the Shiite Turkomen village of Qabak, Iraq, Oct. 7, 2013. (AP Photo) Source: Mint Press News March 16, 2018 …

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The Russia Poison Story is WMD 2.0

Source: The Corbett Report March 17, 2018 James Corbett So you know the poisoning of Sergei Skripal? The incident that is causing British Prime Minister Theresa May to start a war of words with the Russians that could potentially lead to World War III? Well, imagine explaining the story to …

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War Crimes

Coverup of Extensive War Crimes: 50th Anniversary of the My Lai Massacre

Source: Global Research March 16, 2018 By Dr. Gary G. Kohls and Prof Michel Chossudovsky Global Research Editor’s Note This article was first published on March 15, 2008 to commemorate the 4oth Anniversary of the My Lai Massacre In a bitter irony, Colin Powell, who was responsible for the coverup of the My …

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How Blockchain Technology is Changing the World

Source: IQS Directory February 2, 2018 Since the earliest days of the internet, community and security have been key topics associated with both the growth of the digital age and the difficulty of finding a secure place within it. A noble, albeit elusive goal, the tech giants of today still …

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Smart Grid

Who Will Smart Meters Make Smarter?

Source: counterpunch March 15, 2018 by Jack Dresser Mundane utilities do not evoke passion among political activists. But the routine, everyday, and habitual create our greatest vulnerabilities. Psychologically set on automatic, these bypass conscious choice and self-protective scrutiny. Therein lies their potential power. Edward Snowden’s data dump exposed an ambient …

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What’s The Difference Between Vaccine Immunity & Natural Immunity?

Source: Collective Evolution March 14, 2018 Helen Lobato What do you do when the laws of the land require you to vaccinate your children and where failure to comply means no child care,  kindergarten and no government family payments or rebates?  Allona Lahn is the leader of the Natural Immunity …

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Political Parasites

It’s Impossible To Overstate How Terrible Mike Pompeo Is

Source: Liberty Blitzkrieg March 13, 2018 Michael Krieger When the director of the CIA, an unelected public servant, publicly demonizes a publisher such as WikiLeaks as a “fraud,” “coward” and “enemy,” it puts all journalists on notice, or should. Pompeo’s next talking point, unsupported by fact, that WikiLeaks is a …

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Guns Against Tyranny

Tiananmen Square, April, 1989 Source: U.S. Parents Involved in Education March 14, 2018 By USPIE Advisory Board Member Lily Tang Williams via The National Review I was born in Chengdu, China. When I was growing up, the Communist Party controlled everything. There were no choices of any sort. We were …

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