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Funding Our Own Self Destruction

  TRUTHOUT website documents the control Goldman Sachs has acquired over European nations by financial indebtedness using various scams resulting in imposed austerity: Infiltration of the U.S. government is also presented. Austerity  measures in the U.S. are already being discussed. A link to an article identifying the IMF and the World Bank (operatives of Wall Street) as the largest sources of world p ...

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Internet Data Centers Waste Vast Amount Of Energy

  Jeff Rothschild’s machines at Facebook had a problem he knew he had to solve immediately. They were about to melt. The company had been packing a 40-by-60-foot rental space here with racks of computer servers that were needed to store and process information from members’ accounts. The electricity pouring into the computers was overheating Ethernet sockets and other crucial components. Thinking fast, ...

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U.S. Ready to Offer Mercenaries $10 Billion for a Drug-War Air Force

  Unsure how your private security firm makes money as the U.S. war in Afghanistan winds down? One option: Go into the drug trade — more specifically, the lucrative business of fighting narcotics. The State Department needs a business partner to keep its fleet of drug-hunting helicopters and planes flying worldwide. You could make up to $10 billion-with-a-B. Starting next month in Melbourne, Florida, t ...

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Pentagon Prepares Military Operation In Mali

It’s only December, but it looks like the Pentagon has all planned out how they’ll spend a good part of 2013. US officials now claim that the Defense Department is busy preparing a military operation in the nation of Mali. United States officials with knowledge of the matter tell the Washington Post that the Department of Defense and the US State Department will assist next year in a mission to overthrow Is ...

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US Government’s Handling Of State Secrets Is ‘Outmoded’

The US government's handling of state secrets is out of date, over-cautious and incapable of keeping up with the vast quantities of electronic data produced in the digital age, a federal committee says in a report to President Barack Obama that is published on Thursday. The report from the Public Interest Declassification Board, an advisory committee set up by Congress, paints a devastating picture of a sec ...

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History Of Mossad Black Ops and False Flags

A Brief history of Mossad Black Ops and False Flags, Mossad: a shell organization for Jewish/Israeli terrorism all over the world. False Flags: Committing an atrocious act, and blaming another party or nation for it. The point is to turn public opinion against an entity, and have someone else fight your battles for you. Lusitania Churchill, who was 1/2 Jewish, leaked intelligence to Germany that Lusitania c ...

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Nearly All Citizens Under Surveillance – Ex-NSA Analyst

A US intelligence agency whistleblower has revealed that the American government keeps track of the emails of nearly every American citizen, including US lawmakers, and can use the information against anyone it desires. Former National Security Agency (NSA) analyst William Binney said in a Tuesday interview with RT that the American domestic law enforcement and intelligence agency, the FBI, has massive acce ...

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NDAA 2013 Still Allows Military Detention In US

The law allowing for indefinite detention of Americans without trial has been stripped from next year’s National Defense Authorization Act, but tweaks to the NDAA don’t mean the possibility of extrajudicial imprisonment has been eliminated for all. When US President Barack Obama signed into law the annual defense spending bill for 2012, he acknowledged that he had reservations about a provision that allows ...

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New DVRs Will Use Cameras And Microphones To Spy On Their Owners

Think Google ad targeting is crossing the line? Verizon filed a patent for a cable television box that uses sensors to record what you’re doing and target you with specific advertisements that relate to your mood. The telecom giant Verizon wants to know you better. Much better. The company just registered a patent for its DVR of the future. The set-top box would use a depth sensor, an image sensor, an audio ...

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Facebook Mobile Update Raises Serious Privacy Concerns

The social networking site Facebook is in hot water with privacy advocates after asking users to be just a little too social. The popular Facebook site has started asking the hundreds of millions of users of its cell phone application to enable its new Photo Sync option, a setting that will automatically upload every image taken with a mobile device to the social network’s vast data servers. 
 Once Photo Sy ...

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