I don't know why people out there still think law enforcement and intelligence agencies are there to protect us. They want nothing of the sort, as is evidenced by this admission of a former CIA director: "In order to spy on domestic dissidents, just call them terrorists."
Back in 2012, the ACLU of Massachusetts published a report called 'Policing Dissent', exposing the Boston Police Department's 'red squad' surveillance operations, directed at antiwar and economic justice organizers. Among thedocuments we obtained through a public records lawsuit were so-called 'intelligence reports' from the Boston police fusion center, the Boston Regional Intelligence Center (BRIC). These documents shocked the public. In files labeled "HOMESEC-DOMESTIC", "GROUPS-CIVIL DISTURBANCE", and "GROUPS-EXTREMISTS", detectives described the entirely peaceful activities of groups and individuals ranging from Veterans for Peace and CodePink to Howard Zinn and a former city council member.
"I want them to be worried that we’re watching. I want them to be worried that they never know when we're overhead." That's what Police Chief Richard Biehl of Dayton, Ohio told the Washington Post while referring to the people of his city as he supported new aerial surveillance technology that would allow his officers to "track every vehicle and person across an area the size of a small city, for several hours at a time."
In this video titled "Astrotheology; Fact or Fiction?" Jan Irvin; author, researcher & noted expert in Astrotheology, interviews Randy Mabe who answers a lot of questions about the origins of the stories of the birth of Christ, the biblical flood and many others. This is a very revealing and fact-packed interview with numerous citations to back up the assertions that many original religious stories evolved from astronomy/astrology and their roots in mapping/tracking the stars as a tool for predicting seasons, sun & moon cycles & celestial events.
Here is a set of search results from GPonline.com related to Vitamin D3 Benefits for Overall Health. Viewpoint - Vitamin D deficiency. There is a strong case for prescribing higher dosages of vitamin D in elderly patients, says Dr...Vitamin D deficiency in adults can only be diagnosed by laboratory measurement of plasma level ... -stay wards develop vitamin D deficiency through lack of exposure to sunlight, combined with declining capacity of the skin to synthesise calcidiol. Osteomalacia of the pelvis caused by vitamin D ...
Freelance Journalist Jim Stone links to a great article and has some insightful views on his site. Here's a sample:
Though it is dated six months ago, This article is as good as anything I could have done it is a MUST READ. Top 350,000 non-jewish Americans ruined by the NSA? YOU CAN DAMN WELL BET IT IS SPOT ON.
The NSA is more than just a set of eyes and ears, it is the tool that will be used to finalize the destruction of America by intercepting and deleting vital communications of all Americans who do not fit the NWO/zionist agenda. This includes extremely gifted people who are destroyed for simply being too good at too many things for the elite to feel comfortable with - the best and brightest Americans. The NSA collects enough both hard and meta data to kill anyone at will and on schedule if the target finds a way to prevail despite being attacked or destroyed.
From her June 23/13 article on Inalienable vs. Unalienable Rights, titled How the Declaration of Independence got Hijacked, Susan Boskey has this to say:
Bouvier’s Law Dictionary (1856) defines unalienable:
"Incapable of being transferred. Things which are not in commerce, as, public roads, are in their nature unalienable. Some things are unalienable in consequence of particular provisions of the law forbidding their sale or transfer; as, pensions granted by the government. The natural rights of life and liberty are unalienable."
U.S. Legal.com 2013 defines inalienable:
"Inalienable right refers to rights that cannot be surrendered, sold or transferred to someone else, especially a natural right such as the right to own property. However, these rights can be transferred with the consent of the person possessing those rights. (emphasis mine)"
According to Bouvier's Law Dictionary (1856), the meaning of inalienable starts out much the same as unalienable; but it morphs over time starting with the 1910 definition. Inalienable has evolved to mean rights that can be transferred with the consent of the person having them. If someone consents to transfer their rights, those rights can no longer be considered un-alienable, impossible to transfer, inherent human rights. They become rights "in commerce."
This is a screenshot from my Twitter account where I talk about my Philosophy On The Rewards Of Leisure Time. Not bad. Not bad at all.
The following article, called The Inter-Net Is Being Cast Over America, was written by Clint Richardson on his Reality Blogger site and is republished in full as per Clint's written permission. Here's a quote, click the blue 'Continue' button below for the full article:
In short, this is the implementation of the government's own closed-internet system called "First Net", and it creates a cross-border, inter-jurisdictional grid for all governments and first responders - the implementation of a border-less and cross-jurisdictional law enforcement system connected to a private (not for public use) secure government internet which will cover "every square foot of land in America."
This is just a quick update to let you all know that the problems this site has been experiencing recently appear to have been solved.
First of all, the site has been moved to an offshore web hosting company in Iceland. Secondly, we're no longer using the Wordpress blogging platform. All the pages are hand coded and the site is no longer database driven. This makes it impossible to be hacked with sql injection or password & login attacks since there is no database or login form. And commenting is gone. The spam and sockpuppetry to constructive commentry was astronomical, so I trashed it.
I know, the title above doesn't seem to make much sense. But it will in a moment, I hope.
When the physical servers your sites and blogs are hosted on are in Canada or the United States, the company maintaining them is governed by the legislation governing society and business in those countries. As we've all seen in recent months, that legislation does little or nothing to protect the privacy of the people who own and run the sites on those machines. In fact, a lot of the legislation expressly states that people using these services have no reasonable expectation of privacy, which opens the floodgates to all form of data collection and nastiness that can and will be used against you now or in the future.
From the Activist Post article: 72 Types Of Americans That Are Considered "Potential Terrorists" In Official Government Documents
Below is a list of 72 types of Americans that are considered to be "extremists" and "potential terrorists" in official U.S. government documents. To see the original source document for each point, just click on the link. As you can see, this list covers most of the country...
1. Those that talk about "individual liberties"
2. Those that advocate for states' rights
3. Those that want "to make the world a better place"
Check out the comment 'Elm' left on this post at Henry Makow's blog:
Defining the word: Person:
In Reference to the TIMES December/January 2012/2013 Edition Cover in Freemason Warns of Biochem Attack on US City, Rather than Obama a "PERSON," Why Not Obama, "Man" Of The Year???
This is significant, because for Legal purposes, a "PERSON" is neither a man nor a human being, but rather, a brainless & soulless Legal Entity incapable of independent moral conscience or ethical volition. A PERSON for purposes of Commerce, under Maritime Jurisdiction, is a MASK or Corporate FICTION. It is significant to note for instance, neither human beings nor men are mentioned in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The word "human" is entirely absent. Simply stated, what is often referred to as "The Charter," is a political, not a social document. It is important to note the inclusion of the word "human," as in The Quebec Charter of "Human" Rights and Freedoms, as well as its conspicuous omission from the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
A lot of other people have written about this lately so it's not just me who notices it - The mainstream media and alternative media is beginning to fall into lockstep with their reportage of government and whistleblower stories.
Others see this as a good thing. Alternative media pundits shouting victoriously that: "The mainstream is finally waking up!" or "Big media can no longer ignore the elephant in the room..." are becoming more common. But to me, this is worrisome, because I just can't see the mainstream, who for decades now have been the purveyors of propaganda on behalf of governments, bankers and the elite in general turning against those who use them as a tool to shape public opinion.
From a different perspective, a handful of the bigger alternative media outlets have been allowed to grow in size and reach to be as big and sometimes larger than key mainstream outlets, and they have met little or no real friction from government or the elites.
The quote below is an essay written by George Orwell in 1946 called Politics And The English Language. It deals with how politicians use language to obscure the meaning of words and what's communicated so that only readers who know the tactics used will be able to decipher the true meaning of what's written.
I have been studying this deceptive tactic for a number of years now, among other perversions of the english language and what Orwell writes is not fiction. It is fact. In fact, it is now the primary communication too for anything related to politics, including policy, legislation, commercial dealings and virtually all language used by authority to communicate, including the media.
The following is also published at project Gutenberg's site and as such is in the public domain. The link is below and there are 49 other essays by Orwell on the same page, many of which are very enlightening. However, keep in mind that Orwell was a student of Aldous Huxley so some of his material was likely influenced by that.
Had I written such an essay, I would probably have titled it All Politicians Are Liars, but sometimes giving away the plot before the article is read is not the best approach.
From Gothamist: NYPD Officers Caught Wearing T-Shirts Professing Their Love For "Hunting Of Man"
Theis is a screenshot of the page at Gothamist blog. I wanted to preserve itthis way so that if it gets removed from over there, there's proof.
I've hinted around several times that I know a few things about the Canadian government that they'd rather not have publicized. I've been reluctant to say anything in detail because I have been harrassed, up close and personal, but I suddenly... don't give a **you know what** anymore. Let them go toe to toe with me, but the only way they'll shut me up is with a bullet to the head. And speaking of bullets...