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Ben And Jerry Arrested At The Capitol For Protesting Corruption In Politics

By Amanda Froelich at trueactivist.com   “The history of our country is that nothing happens until people start putting their bodies on the line and risk getting arrested,” said Ben Cohen.   Activist’s, you know which ice cream company to support. Recently, few mainstream media sources have given attention to the Democracy Awakening campaign, which is protesting corruption in the American politica ...

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Electroshock torture used against defendant in U.S. courtroom to silence his defense speech… caught on video

(NaturalNews) What kind of world are we living in when a man defending himself in court is not only routinely interrupted by the judge but also jolted with 50,000 volts of electricity because he continued speaking? It's the world of Judge Robert Christopher Nalley who, in 2014, continually treated defendant Delvon King – who was in a Maryland court on gun charges – like a violent animal. Turns out, the viol ...

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THE VIDEO THAT WALMART DOESN’T WANT YOU TO SEE! FUTURE RFID CHIPPING HUBS…

This video expose is styled as a documentary short, covering 5 unusual facts about Walmart store closings. Walmart has had numerous contracts with the U.S. government. One of these goes back to the early 2000s, when Walmart began a cooperative with the U.S. Defense Department on RFID technology. With the help of the DoD, Walmart has been at the forefront of biometric and RFID technology. In 2012-2013, Walma ...

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CIA AGENTS TO TROLL ALTERNATIVE MEDIA SITES IN HUGE PROPAGANDA PROGRAM

VIA/The CIA are expanding an existing program that influences mainstream media outlets to promote fake propaganda stories, by having agents troll internet forums, social media, and website comment sections – in an effort to disrupt alternative media sites. In an expansion of Operation Mockingbird, the agency are now creating fake user accounts on various internet forums and social media channels, arguing po ...

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FBI gets aid from Israeli company to hack its Apple iPhone problem

A couple of days ago, the FBI suddenly suspended its lawsuit against Apple where they had wanted to have an iPhone owned by one of the San Bernadino terrorists unlocked to search for further intel.  And over the past 24 hoursn many have speculated as to why this shift took place, and who might be helping the Federal law enforcement agency to crack the security. And on March 23 we now have an answer as it ap ...

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FBI Orders Teachers To Report Students Who Question Government

New federal guidelines have just been introduced across the country, and what they mandate is quite disturbing to civil libertarians. The FBI has now instructed high schools across the nation to report students who in any waycriticize government policies and what the report phrases as “western corruption.” The FBI is interested in determining – as part of some warped “pre-crime” program – who might become p ...

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Evidence is mounting that legalization is way to win the war on drugs

Ever since President Richard Nixon initiated schedules to designate most recreational drugs as illegal, America began a War on Drugs that has now stretched over four decades and several trillions of dollars.  The results however have been catastrophic as not only has drug use increased over that time, but prisons have swelled with individuals who were incarcerated for victimless crimes, and violent cartels ...

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Minority Report: New billboards will track your movements and phone data through ‘consumer surveillance’

For those who ever saw the movie Minority Report you may remember the scenes with Tom Cruise's character running through a mall area where the billboards would scan his and other people's retinas and instantly switch their ads to accommodate the likes of the person walking past them.  And while this type of bio-metric scanning technology is not fully ready to achieve the ultimate in 'consumer surveillance', ...

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The NSA Actually Has A Program Called SKYNET — And It’s Terrifying

A recent examination of National Security Agency documents previously released by whistleblower Edward Snowden shows that the CIA and other U.S. agencies may be killing innocent people as a result of their reliance on metadata. The NSA’s SKYNET is a program that surveils phone metadata in order to track suspected terrorists. Through SKYNET, the security agency engages in mass surveillance of Pakistan’s mobi ...

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Google Maps Has Been Tracking Your Every Move, And There’s A Website To Prove It

Remember that scene in Minority Report, where Tom Cruise is on the run from the law, but is unable to avoid detection because everywhere he goes there are constant retina scans feeding his location back to a central database? That’s tomorrow. Today, Google is tracking wherever your smartphone goes, and putting a neat red dot on a map to mark the occasion. You can find that map here. All you need to do is lo ...

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Creepy Search Engine Finds Unprotected Webcams

January 26, 2016 An unsettling search engine feature on a website designed for cybersecurity experts is causing concern because it allows for users to spot unattended webcams and even control them. Known as Shodan, the website searches for any accessible devices which are hooked up to the Internet. Envisioned as a way to allow for companies to track devices being used at their offices, it eventually became ...

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