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RFID CHIP: The Ultimate Goal Is Mind Control

Series, I detailed how special interests, university think tanks, combined with key federal agencies, are conspiring to implement (not plan) complete control over the internet. Initially, I believe that their two goals are (1) profit; and, (2) control of the flow of information similar to what we see in the corporate controlled media. However, I quickly realized that I had set my sights too low in assessing ...

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Discussions on Internet Taxing Continue

We learnt last year that the proposition of the International Telecommunication Union to introduce internet taxing had started to gain serious momentum. Since then there has been the small issue of a world conference discussing the future of how the internet will be regulated, with the potential of a tax inclusion also being deliberated. What we know for sure is that any form of online taxing would see a ne ...

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BOSTON TEA PARTY WERE TERRORIST?? Parents Get Access To Secret School Curriculum

Parents of school children across Texas now are gaining access to a previously secret public school curriculum, according to an announcement from a state lawmaker. The CSCOPE program, an online offering that until now has prohibited, under penalty of law, teachers from sharing the lessons with parents, stirred up controversy because of its various lessons – some that were taken offline after the questions a ...

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Homeland Security Approves Seizure of Cell Phones and Laptops within 100 Miles of Border; Report Remains Secret

Americans have no Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable searches and seizures if they happen to be within 100 miles of the border, according to the “Executive Summary” of a still-secret report by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). As the ACLU-created map above shows, nearly 2/3 of Americans (197 million people)—including the entire populations of Florida, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massac ...

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Congress Prepares to Kill 6th Amendment with Secret “Drone Court”

In response to Obama’s imperial killing machines – his fleet of roaming drones – a gaggle of senators, led by the gun-grabber Dianne Feinstein, is poised to kill off Sir William Blackstone’s “palladium of English liberty,” the Sixth Amendment.   Feinstein has proposed “legislation to ensure that drone strikes are carried out in a manner consistent with our values, and the proposal to create an analogue ...

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70 MPH ON A LONGBOARD: Skateboarder Sought By Police After Brazen Speed Run On Mountain Road

Skateboarder Decio Lourenco's popularity is soaring thanks to his starring role in a YouTube video that shows him hurtling down a steep mountain road at 68 mph to set off a speed camera. Now the cops in South Africa are after Lourenco for what presumably amounts to reckless driving. "We've handed over the matter to traffic officials and want him arrested," JP Smith, the Cape Town official in charge of safet ...

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NOT FOR YOUR EYES: Freedom of Information Takes Another Hit in the United States

The US government doesn't like Iran. I get that. It claims, on pretty dubious grounds, that Iran might be planning, at some point down the road, to take some of the uranium it is processing into nuclear fuel to a higher level of purity and make it into an atomic bomb. Because of that possibility, which Iran denies, and for which there is no hard evidence, the US has been tightening an embargo against Iran, ...

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CISPA’s back: Hacking, Online Espionage Resurrect Cybersecurity Bill

The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection act (CISPA) will be reintroduced before the US House next week following a spate of cyber espionage and hacking attacks. Civil liberties advocates have criticized the bill for violating privacy laws. The House Intelligence Committee’s Chairman Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) and ranking member Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-Md.) will attempt to breathe new life into CISPA on ...

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The Fema Camp Bill is Back!

It looks as if Representative Alcee Hastings a Democrat from Florida has decided to reintroduce his FEMA Camp bill. A few years ago I was the first person to write an article about this awful piece of legislation. Fortunately, I was successful in exposing it to a much larger group of people via the alternative media and the bill did not move forward in the legislative process. The latest iteration of this b ...

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CISPA’s back: Hacking, online espionage resurrect cybersecurity bill

The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection act (CISPA) will be reintroduced before the US House next week following a spate of cyber espionage and hacking attacks. Civil liberties advocates have criticized the bill for violating privacy laws. The House Intelligence Committee’s Chairman Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) and ranking member Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-Md.) will attempt to breathe new life into CISPA on ...

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The End of the Free Internet As We Know It? [VIDEO]

An innovative activist and researcher, who refers to himself as only “4409″ recently ventured into the Phoenix Convention Center to investigate the Identity Ecosystem Steering Group which is trying to create a blueprint to control access the internet. Subsequently, “4409″ discovered that big money is behind a coming government program designed to make it mandatory that for you and I to use the internet, we ...

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