(DoD) - The National Security Agency (NSA) is host to one of the most inclusive and formidable cybersecurity training programs in the world. It’s a program designed to not only train the future cybersecurity force, but to improve the skills of the teachers – and even civilian counterparts – as well. Steven LaFountain, Dean of the College of Cyber at the NSA, talks about what the school is, what it does, and why it’s important. Read the rest of this entry »
(SHTFPlan) - At the height of the financial crisis in 2008 the U.S. government forced some of the countries largest banks to take “bailout” funds amounting to billions of dollars in order to keep them from going bankrupt. It was a move designed to not only keep too-big-to-fail financial institutions afloat, but one that would inspire confidence and keep American consumers spending. As a result, the last several years have seen stock markets reach record highs with Americans continuing to rack up personal debt for real estate, vehicles, education, and consumer goods as if the financial crisis never happened. Read the rest of this entry »
Making the unique freedom of speech and privacy laws of Finland available to the rest of the world.
(ActivistPost) - The decentralization of technology is a key component in overcoming restrictions imposed by governments upon independent media. Recently, we all have witnessed the heavy-handed approach law enforcement has taken again the citizens of Ferguson, even going so far as to apparently use a kill-switch during one particularly chaotic moment. Read the rest of this entry »
(NaturalBlaze) - Yesterday, I wanted to share the great news about people who were actually successfully reversing their ALS, also called Lou Gehrig’s. It turns out, people are also reversing another neurodegenerative disease – Multiple Sclerosis.
Against all odds, and without much success in the conventional medical system, some people are discovering a way back to life, foregoing the belief in the typical death-sentence prognosis. They make connections about auto-immune conditions, the brain and the nervous system. They make connections, using an array of research studies and their own bodies, experimenting with specific nutrients and lifestyle changes. Read the rest of this entry »
(ReasonTV) - Honduras is one of the poorest countries in Central and South America. It has the highest murder rate in the world, almost double the next closest contender. It’s a place ravaged by the drug trade and political instability, where as recently as 2009 the military ousted a president pushing to modify the constitution in order to extend his own term. It may seem like the last place on earth where businesses would want to invest, and people would want to move.
(DailySheeple) - The New York Times is reporting that the Obama administration is working behind the scenes to “forge a sweeping international climate change agreement to compel nations to cut their planet-warming fossil fuel emissions,” without seeking approval from Congress whatsoever: Read the rest of this entry »
(ArtSlantStreet) - In a week when the world roiled—when rockets rained on Israel and Israeli troops let loose into the Palestinian territory of Gaza, and when, as if the world stage were in fact a formulaic three-act Hollywood action blockbuster, a civilian jetliner blasted into oblivion over Ukraine leaving an incredulous global audience gasping for the credits to roll—Abby Martin, a Russia Today (RT) TV host, immersed in this hell-broke-loose cluster-fuck of a news week, ended it by stepping away into the art world. Read the rest of this entry »
(NoMoreFakeNews) - In a recent video interview with Brian Hooker, Gary Franchi of nextnewsnetwork.com has elicited several pieces of vital information.
Franchi’s interview is headlined: “CDC Responds: Admits Omitting Vaccine Data.” It is available at nextnewsnetwork and at YouTube.
Brian Hooker, PhD, Franchi’s interviewee, is one contact for CDC whistleblower William Thompson. Hooker has published a re-analysis of the CDC’s fraudulent work on the MMR vaccine, showing that the CDC indeed buried the connection between the vaccine and autism. Read the rest of this entry »
(SHTFPlan) - These days you never know what could be used as a deadly weapon of mass destruction requiring a militarizedSWAT response.
In San Marcos, California, where students and staff members are always looking out for potential domestic terrorists, a call to 9-1-1 prompted a full university lockdown and brought elite members of the police department out in force.
(JamesCorbett) - When Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 went down on July 17, 2014, we were immediately inundated with base propaganda trying to convince us that the shootdown could be traced back to the Kremlin. But what was this rush to judgement based on? What have we learned about the crash since then? Why has MH17 completely disappeared from the news cycle? And who really stood to benefit from the disaster? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this week’s edition of The Corbett Report. Read the rest of this entry »
(BrandonTurbeville) - Right on schedule and as many researchers, including myself, predicted, the Western-backed and engineered rise of ISIS across Iraq and the most likely staged Foley beheading video is now being used as justification for the violation of Syrian airspace, itself only the precursor to “targeted airstrikes” inside Syria.
According to the New York Times, the Obama administration authorized surveillance flights over Syrian airspace over the weekend. Defense officials stated Monday evening that the US military is sending both manned and unmanned (drones) surveillance flights over Syrian territory. The drones will also be joined by U-2 spy planes. Read the rest of this entry »
The joint CDC—Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) paper not only revealed thatone in six children across America suffered from a developmental disability in 2006-2008, but the rate of parent-reported developmental disabilities in their children had increased 17.1% from 1997 to 2008. Read the rest of this entry »
Debt, Vaccines and Food as a Weapon: When International Aid is Used for Population Control
(AaronDykes) - No strings attached? Yeah, right. Here’s a rundown of some of the major ways that international loans are used to control entire populations.
Those seeking dominance wield control in modern society largely through the manipulation of finance and economics. Power over entire countries comes not only through the debts themselves, but through the conditionalities tied to the financial agreement, as is done regularly by the IMF, World Bank and other aid programs. Notoriously, many locales – free in name – have been brought under the yoke of international domination, altering the shape of its development and its population. Read the rest of this entry »
(NoMoreFakeNews) - Here’s a clue: victory doesn’t look like a trickle of hidden data occasionally seeping out of a cavern.
This is all about making a case. An explosive case.
Most (honest) scientists don’t have a clue. They don’t know how or why a story explodes. They tend to favor the “trickle theory” of releasing information because it fits their notion of order and pattern.
(NextNewsNetwork) - Kids CAN go to school WITHOUT vaccines. For many years, especially while many of these vaccinations were still being developed, the majority of the population relied solely on the CDC for their information about vaccines. In recent years, large groups of people have started to question the overall benefit of vaccinations. With so many people objecting to the mandatory shots, we turn to Dr Mayer Eisenstein. Read the rest of this entry »
(NaturalBlaze) - In an age where food is thought of as “filler” and of little importance in the recovery process, some hospitals are turning that idea on its head by embracing local organicfood for recovery and beyond.
Recently, Rodale Institute partnered up with St. Luke’s University Health Network in Pennsylvania to bring the local organic farm to the hospital platter.
Perhaps the term “hospital cuisine” will now take on a truer, less sarcastic meaning. Like, maybe it will be easier to “stomach” by not appearing already digested. But seriously folks… Read the rest of this entry »
(ReasonTV) - In March 2013, Steve Oates’ home in Goodyear, Ariz. was stormed by police, SWAT, and DEA agents because of a marijuana grow room in the guest house.
“It was like something you see in the movies. It was 6:30 in the morning, and basically you hear ‘bang! bang! bang!’ on the door, and next thing you know you hear the crash of a battering ram,” says Oates. Read the rest of this entry »
A new system called Robo Brain is being funded by the usual suspects in the military-industrial-surveillance complex.
(NicholasWest) - The initiative to merge robotics with artificial intelligence continues to expand its vision. I recently wrote about an internal cloud network program which enables robots to do their own research, communicate with one another, and collectively increase their intelligence in a full simulation of human interaction. It has been dubbed “Wikipedia for Robots.”
A parallel project in Germany went further by seeking to translate the open Internet into a suitable robot language that would prompt accelerated, autonomous machine learning. Read the rest of this entry »
(JoeWright) - The latest press release from Virginia Tech University, posted in full below, uses a familiar sales pitch which asserts that the only way to keep the public safe is through pervasive surveillance.
(GrayWolfSurvival) - As you know if you’ve been reading my blog for a while, I’ve written several articles on OPSEC. This one hits a lot closer to home.
In order to live in a technological society, you have to give up certain expectation of privacy from those who have the technology to tap into certain systems. If you email someone, you have to expect that someone could read those emails. If you talk on your cell phone, you have to expect that someone could overhear your conversation if they had the tech and chose to use it. Read the rest of this entry »
“Just one mistake by a biotech company, we’ll be eating other people’s prescription drugs in our cornflakes.” — Larry Bohlen, Health and Environment Programs Director at Friends of the Earth
(TMNA) – Do you remember the biotech firm Prodigene?
In a special investigative report, we followed the trail of biopharming, where science is using genetically engineered crops to grow pharmaceutical and vaccine components. Some of these treatments are developed to be eaten directly as food. Read the rest of this entry »
(PressforTruth) – Technology in the marketplace is overriding state control faster than the politicians can grasp the concepts. Just as the internet ended the corporate oligopoly of information, the invention of the 3D printer may revolutionize society once again. Dan Dicks of Press For Truth interviews Cody Wilson, one of the major players in creating 3D printed guns. Read the rest of this entry »
Reporters assaulted, arrested, threatened with death
(MikaelThalen) - Missouri State Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson used riot police to intimidate, assault and arrest journalists early Wednesday morning after several thrown bottles ignited unrest in the streets of Ferguson, Mo. Read the rest of this entry »
Unannounced drills blasted as “outrageous” by city councilor
(PaulWatson) - The U.S. Army is set to continue training exercises involving low flying “black helicopters” over Minneapolis and St. Paul tonight despite residents and local officials expressing outrage at the danger posed by the unannounced drills. Read the rest of this entry »
Feds also use provocateurs to “justify” the militarization of local law enforcement
(KurtNimmo) - A retired Philadelphia, Penn., police captain recently said the federal government routinely uses provocateurs against demonstrators to discredit them in the eyes of the public.
Capt. Ray Lewis, who retired from the Philadelphia Police Department in 2004 after serving 24 years and was present during the 2011 Occupy Wall Street protests, said undercover provocateurs “infiltrated Occupy Wall Street like crazy” as a way to influence public opinion against the protestors, a strategy which is also used against other movements critical of the establishment. Read the rest of this entry »