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8 Revisions to Canada’s Anti-Terrorism Bill That You Need to Know About

The House of Commons passed the new anti-terrorism bill on April 24th 2013 and received royal assent on the 25th. The bill revived provisions from the Anti-terrorism Act passed just after the Sept. 11 attacks and adds some new ones that can very easily violate civil rights. It is no secret that since 9/11 the increase in security and the sheer removal of civil rights and freedoms has been extensive. This of ...

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Whistleblower Outgunned in Michigan

Are you prepared to be even more shocked at how far people will go to disarm you? So you were horrified by images of black uniformed SWAT teams forcing people out of their homes in Boston; the images, regardless of the motives behind them, of block-to-block, house-to-house searches looked like something out of science fiction or NAZI Germany SS Forces in Europe during WWII. The mind-set and agenda by some v ...

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3 Lessons From Asia on Defeating a Techno-Dictatorship

Without a doubt, 3D printing has begun to shift paradigms. Already, small businesses are popping up around the world, providing both the printers themselves, and services for professional prototyping and small run production. Additionally, local institutions called "hackerspaces," are being built up in part around the the concept of personal manufacturing. 3D printing may still appear to be a novelty - but ...

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Is GPS Technology Now a Threat to National Security?

GPS tracking and positioning technology was brought to us by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), commonly known as the "mad science" element of military development. Apparently, DARPA has done such a good job thoroughly embedding GPS into military applications, as well as permitting it to trickle down to "civilian devices," that it has become a potential threat to national security. As st ...

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COLLAPSE: SPENDING ON ‘HOMELAND SECURITY’ EXCEEDS PRICE TAG ON NEW DEAL

Video surveillance is already big business. In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, expect it to get even bigger. By Keith Proctor FORTUNE -- Video surveillance is big business. Expect it to get bigger. After law enforcement used closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras to help identify last week's Boston bombing suspects, lawmakers and surveillance advocates renewed calls for increased numbers of ...

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TYRANNY: CPS KIDNAPS BABY AFTER PARENTS … SEEK SECOND MEDICAL OPINION [W/ HEARTBREAKING VIDEO]

A Sacramento couple is without their 5 month old baby after Child Protective Services sent in the police to forcibly remove the child from their care. A hearing is scheduled for Monday, April 29, 2013 on the incident which was triggered when Anna Nikolayev and her husband Alex took baby Sammy out of Sutter Memorial Hospital and sought a second opinion at Kaiser Permanente, a rival hospital, for Sammy’s flu- ...

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Horrific Evil Of Cheney Only Now Becoming Clear

On Sept. 12, 2001, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said that "what we are seeing is the definition of a new battlefield in the world, a twenty-first century battlefield." On Sept. 16, 2001, Vice President Dick Cheney said that America would have to "spend time in the shadows" and work on the "dark side." Since then the U.S. has been engaged in a global war on terror, but Americans haven't known how exactl ...

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FBI Responsibility for US Terror Plots

Boston's marathon bombings leave disturbing questions unanswered. Official accounts lack credibility. Mounting evidence suggests FBI responsibility. It doesn't surprise. Project Censored's fourth top 2013 censored story headlined "FBI Agents Responsible for Majority of Terrorist Plots in the United States." More on that below. Post-9/11, George Bush declared war on terrorism. It continues under Obama. Ameri ...

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POLICE STATE: US Domestic Security Termed Massive Failure

Since 9/11 the United States spent over $700 billion on national security but as the Boston tragedy showed the money went to nothing, American lawyer Jesselyn Radack told RT. The former ethics adviser to the United States Department of Justice believes Washington will increase surveillance after this attack, which would be myopic. RT: The US said it will charge the Boston bombing suspect with – possession o ...

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House Subcommittee Considering Geolocation Privacy, Claim NO WARRANT SHOULD BE REQUIRED!!

In the House the battle over the Fourth Amendment and privacy rages yet again with some saying our constitutional rights should be upheld while others claim probable cause warrants would hinder police. Currently, the debate surrounds geolocation data, which has been requested by the government more than ever. Keep in mind, researchers have shown that future movements can be predicted using geolocation data ...

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Condoleezza Rice Defends Torture, Confirms Bush’s Role In The Program In New Video Clip

In a video for the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, Condoleezza Rice defends the United States’ torture program and confirms the role of Bush in the program itself. The fact that Bush authorized waterboarding is not just now being revealed. Indeed, it has been known since he published his memoir. However, as the ACLU points out, “What comes as a bit of a shock, perhaps, is h ...

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