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NBC Report Predicts RFID Chips To Be Widely Used In Humans By 2017

A recent prediction by NBC is that by  2017, all citizens of America will be tagged with microchips. These chips will be implanted to help identify individuals immediately, according to the report. The technology will be used to answer one question, namely “am I who I say I am?” Some worry that the RFID Microchip will give the government too much control over the populace, allowing it to track one’s every s ...

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Millennial students following in the footsteps of baby boomers in demanding grades at college be abolished

It is perhaps ironic that everyone loves to tout a Harvard or Yale Law Degree as something almost holy and miles above every other law school graduate, but the fact of the matter is, it is quite impossible to ever really determine how competent those ivy leaguers are since they no longer give out actual letter grades.  Instead, students are graded on a system of either Honors, Pass, Low Pass, and Fail, and ...

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NBC: YOUR CHILDREN WILL BE MICROCHIPPED “SOONER RATHER THAN LATER”

An NBC News report that promotes the microchipping of children asserts that it will happen “sooner rather than later” and that Americans will eventually accept the process as something just as normal as the barcode. It goes on to highlight mother of three Steffany Rodroguez-Neely, who talks about how she briefly lost her daughter after she hid behind a rack of clothes, bringing to the fore, “every parent’s ...

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They Are A Fast Moving Group…Getting Ready To Fight the Government

Law enforcement officials and the watchdog groups that track the self-styled “patriot” groups call them anti-government extremists, militias, armed militants or even domestic terrorists. Some opponents of the largely white and rural groups have made fun by calling them “Y’all Qaeda” or “Vanilla ISIS.” Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors extremism, said there were about 150 such gro ...

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Nixon aide reveals that they created war on drugs to target hippies and black people

It was pre-fabricated.  Nixon and aide, John Ehrlichman, the brainchild of the Watergate scandal, decided to create the war on drugs specifically to go after two groups of people. "The Nixon campaign in 1968, and the Nixon White House after that, had two enemies: the antiwar left and black people. You understand what I'm saying?" Ehrlichman was quoted as saying. "We knew we couldn't make it illegal to be ei ...

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Anonymous Reveals – What America Does Not Want You To Know

ake your time with this, it might take you a few day’s to get through. Remember, no one forces you to believe anything, but at least watch listen and do more research. At least you would have shown you are not ignorant. Good Luck and let us know what you think AFTER you had a fair go at the material provided. *********************************************** >>> WHAT AMERICA DOES NOT WANT YOU TO KNOW ...

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Member of the Obama administration publicly admits TTIP meant to protect bank fraud

Last year, Wikileaks published a section of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement which outlined how the super secret trade deal was written to give sovereign power to corporate entities.  Now on May 7, a member of the Obama administration, the Italian Ambassador John Philips, let slip that the European version of TPP (The Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investments Partnership - TTIP) needs to be signed q ...

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New Jersey state troopers arrest woman for remaining silent during traffic stop

New Jersey state troopers arrested a woman on an obstruction charge after she refused to answer questions during a routine traffic stop, dashcam footage shows. Now the woman is suing the troopers, arguing that they violated her civil rights. The arrest of Rebecca Musarra, an attorney from Philadelphia, took place on the Pennsylvania border. She was patted down twice and State Trooper Matthew Stazzone read h ...

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Legalized theft: Italian high court rules it is not against the law to steal food

Laws are put in place in a society to both lay down legal and moral boundaries, and to ensure that a citizenry does not fall into anarchy when they find it easier to commit a crime than to work honestly towards a solution.  And perhaps no greater example in recent days could be with the establishment of transgender bathroom rights, which just days after their legalization had both stalkers and sexual predat ...

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Supreme Court: FBI Can Treat Anyone Surfing Net Anonymously as a Criminal

(CommonDreams) The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday quietly approved a rule change that would allow a federal magistrate judge to issue a search and seizure warrant for any target using anonymity software like Tor to browse the internet. Absent action by U.S. Congress, the rule change (pdf) will go into effect in December. The FBI would then be able to search computers remotely—even if the bureau doesn’t know ...

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Eurozone country offers to bribe refugees with cash if they will leave and go home

European leadership has become extremely limp-wristed when it comes to protecting their own sovereignty over the past 10 years, and no greater example could be in how they are dealing with millions of Syrian, African, and East European refugees who have flooded in through Turkey over the past 12 months. In fact, besides allowing their citizenry to be terrorized by rapists, murderers, and Islamic Jihadists, ...

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Teen Charged With Felony After Filling Water Cup With Soda at McDonald’s

SM Gibson April 21, 2016 (ANTIMEDIA) Springdale, AK – On Monday, an 18-year-old man wasarrested after filling a water cup with soda at an Arkansas McDonald’s. The incident began when Cody Morris, who is now facing felony robbery charges, drove through his local McDonald’s drive-thru accompanied by two friends. He placed an order for three large waters. After receiving their complimentary drinks at the windo ...

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