Monday, January 30, 2012

CIA Claims Publication of Bin Laden Death Photos Would ‘Trigger Violence’

The Central Intelligence Agency says releasing images of a dead Osama bin Laden “could trigger violence, attacks, or acts of revenge against the United States.”

The agency made that argument Wednesday in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch, which claims the CIA should release the photos taken by U.S. forces. The American public, Judicial Watch said, has a “right to these historical artifacts.”
By David Kravets-Wired
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Newly discovered JFK assassination tapes made public

The public can listen to newly discovered audiotapes of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, 48 years after the tragedy.

The National Archives and Records Administration is providing public access to the recordings, which consist of conversations among individuals in Washington, Air Force One pilots and officials on board the flight from Dallas to Andrews Air Force Base following the assassination on Nov. 22, 1963.

The two-hour-and-22-minute recording, long thought to be lost or destroyed, was found “among other papers and memorabilia of Army Gen. Chester 'Ted' Clifton Jr., who served as senior military aide to President Kennedy,” according to a statement Monday from the Government Printing Office (GPO).
The Hill
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Presidential Commission: Directed Energy Weapons Used On American Citizens in Tests

In the dawn of 2012, many Americans, still left in the dark and unawakened to the fact that their omnipotent government and floundering leaders in Washington would have anything less than the peoples best interest at heart, will now face one of their biggest fears.

Factions within the US Government’s Military Industrial Complex have been, and indeed are testing Directed Energy Weapons, along with chemical, nuclear and biological agents on the civilian populace.
The Intel Hub
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Saturday, January 28, 2012

Fritz Springmeier -Author of Bloodlines of the Illuminati- Alex Jones Show (1-27-12)

Alex Jones talks with Fritz Springmeier about his encyclopedia of rare, unbelievable information that exposes the dynasties that make up the global elite: Bloodlines of the Illuminati

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Friday, January 27, 2012

End the Lie Radio with Madison Ruppert - Episode 1

Airs: Sunday 11:00 PM - 1:00 AM EST

End The Lie Radio

End The

Covered in the first episode:

- Earth Rising - the Revolution: Toward a Thousand Years of Peace by Dr. Nick Begich and James Roderick -- how this book written in 2000 connects perfectly to what is going on in 2012 with the massive Big Brother surveillance state, unconstitutional TSA/DHS operations, drones, threat assessments, psychotronic devices/weaponry and much more.
- Biometric databases
- How military technology is brought back home to be used against us
- Legislation being pushed under the guise of being anti-child pornography when actually it is designed to increase surveillance on Americans
- Current events with Iran

Thursday, January 26, 2012

The Caging of America

Over all, there are now more people under “correctional supervision” in America—more than six million—than were in the Gulag Archipelago under Stalin at its height. That city of the confined and the controlled, Lockuptown, is now the second largest in the United States.
by Adam Gopnik -The New Yorker
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JFK Special: Oswald was in the Doorway, after all!

The release of the notes taken by Dallas Police Department Homicide Detective Will Fritz during his interrogation of Lee Harvey Oswald, the suspected assassin of President John F. Kennedy, in which Lee told Fritz that he was “out front with Bill Shelly” has resurrected a debate of long-standing over whether Oswald was the “Doorway Man” in the famous photograph taken during the assassination by Associated Press photographer James “Ike” Altgens.

In this study, we examine that question. Dr. Fetzer had previously concluded that Oswald was another figure in the Altgens photo, namely, the man who is standing to the right/front of Doorway Man as viewed in the photograph (to Doorway Man’s left/front from his perspective) but whose face and shirt have been obliterated. New observations, first advanced by Ralph Cinque, have convinced Fetzer that Cinque is right: the man in the doorway was Lee Harvey Oswald, after all.
by Dr. Ralph Cinque and Jim Fetzer
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Monday, January 23, 2012

Supreme Court Court Rejects Willy-Nilly GPS Tracking

The Supreme Court said Monday that law enforcement authorities might need a probable-cause warrant from a judge to affix a GPS device to a vehicle and monitor its every move — but the justices did not say that a warrant was needed in all cases.

The convoluted decision (.pdf) in what is arguably the biggest Fourth Amendment case in the computer age, rejected the Obama administration’s position that attaching a GPS device to a vehicle was not a search. The government had told the high court that it could even affix GPS devices on the vehicles of all members of the Supreme Court, without a warrant.
By David Kravets-Wired
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Saturday, January 21, 2012

Former Liberian dictator Charles Taylor had US spy agency ties

After a quarter-century of silence, the US government has confirmed what has long been rumored: Taylor, who would become president of Liberia and the first African leader tried for war crimes, worked with US spy agencies during his rise as one of the world’s most notorious dictators.

The disclosure on the former president comes in response to a request filed by the Globe six years ago under the Freedom of Information Act. The Defense Intelligence Agency, the Pentagon’s spy arm, confirmed its agents and CIA agents worked with Taylor beginning in the early 1980s.
By Bryan Bender-Boston Globe
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R.I.P. Etta James

Friday, January 20, 2012

Thursday, January 19, 2012

NYPD and Pentagon to place mobile scanners on the streets of NYC

The head of the New York Police Department is working with the Pentagon to secure body scanners to be used throughout the Big Apple.

If Kelly gets his wish, the city will be receiving a whole slew of Terahertz Imagining Detection scanners, a high-tech radiation detector that measures the energy that is emitted from a persons’ body. As CBS News reports, “It measures the energy radiating from a body up to 16 feet away, and can detect anything blocking it, like a gun.”

What it can also do, however, is allow the NYPD to conduct illegal searches by means of scanning anyone walking the streets of New York. Any object on your person could be privy to the eyes of the detector, and any suspicious screens can prompt police officers to search someone on suspicion of having a gun, or anything else under their clothes.

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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Julian Assange: The Rolling Stone Interview

Under house arrest in England, the WikiLeaks founder opens up about his battle with the 'Times,' his stint in solitary and the future of journalism.
Michael Hastings /Rollingstone
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Saturday, January 14, 2012

Cocaine: The New Front Lines

Once concentrated in Colombia, a close U.S. ally in combating drugs, the cocaine business is migrating to nations such as Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador and Bolivia, where populist leaders are either ambivalent about cooperating with U.S. antidrug efforts or openly hostile to them.

Since 2000, cultivation of coca leaves—cocaine's raw material—plunged 65% in Colombia, to 141,000 acres in 2010, according to United Nations figures. In the same period, cultivation surged more than 40% in Peru, to 151,000 acres, and more than doubled in Bolivia, to 77,000 acres.

More important, Bolivia and Peru are now making street-ready cocaine, whereas they once mostly supplied raw ingredients for processing in Colombia. In 2010, Peru may have passed Colombia as the world's biggest producer, according to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. Between 2009 and 2010, Peru's potential to produce cocaine grew 44%, to 325 metric tons. In 2010, Colombia's potential production was 270 metric tons.
By JOHN LYONS /Wall Street Journal
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Friday, January 13, 2012

The Banking Backstory Behind Friday The 13th

The unlucky Friday the 13th is one of the most well-recognized superstitions in the Western world. This tradition is over 700 years old and has a very interesting origin.

During the 12th century there was a massive religious war that consumed most of Europe and Asia. Europeans referred to these times as “the crusades”. This war lasted centuries and allowed an elite class of knights to accumulate so much power and wealth that their influence rivaled both the monarchy and the church. The knights of the temple of Solomon, or more commonly known as “The Knights Templar” were the most influential political force of their time. They were the world’s first international bankers and were the corporate giant of the middle ages.
J.G. Vibes
Activist Post
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Thursday, January 12, 2012

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Feds Laundered Millions for Mexican Drug Cartel

American drug enforcement agents posing as money launderers secretly helped a powerful Mexican drug trafficker and his principal Colombian cocaine supplier move millions in drug proceeds around the world, as part of an effort to infiltrate and dismantle the criminal organizations wreaking havoc south of the border, according to newly obtained Mexican government documents.
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Sunday, January 8, 2012

America: From the Road of Freedom to the Streets of Fascism

Full Length Featured film documentary America: From the Road of Freedom to the Streets of Fascism. Directed by Brian D. Hill.
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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

SOPA – The End Of The Internet As We Know It!

The Stop Online Piracy Act will change the internet as we know it in an effort to censor and block the free flow of information. You would no longer be able to share, link to or post any videos, sounds or images on sites like Youtube Twitter and Facebook that have not been personally created by you! We have reached a fork in the road in regards to the direction the internet will go and we must do everything we can to make sure it continues down the path of being neutral open and free.

Monday, January 2, 2012

Did Eric Holder Cover Up FBI’s Role In ’95 OKC Bomb Plot?

Eric Holder, current attorney general of the United States, managed an FBI operation that provided explosives to Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols just prior to the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995, according to official documents released during the ongoing investigation into government foreknowledge of the supposed terrorist attack.

According to the documentation provided in the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit brought against the Department of Justice by Salt Lake City attorney Jesse Trentadue, the Oklahoma City bombing had aspects of being an FBI sting operation that went out of control. Holder had authorized the FBI to provide explosives to Nichols and McVeigh, then lost track of both the explosives and their targets. McVeigh went on to detonate some of the explosives outside the federal building, an act that was designed to help anti-terrorism legislation pass Congress. But an additional case of explosives was unaccounted for.
American Free Press
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US judge orders college to surrender IRA tapes

A federal judge in the United States has ordered Boston College to surrender taped interviews with an ex-IRA member, Dolours Price.

She was one of 26 former IRA volunteers to give a series of interviews - between 2001 and 2006 - as part of a research study, called the Belfast Project.

The interviewees, who signed confidentiality agreements, were given an assurance that the tapes would not be released until after their deaths.

What they were not told is that there was no guarantee that the interviews could be protected from court orders. Boston College would have to comply with the law.
Greenslade Blog
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Sunday, January 1, 2012

President Obama Signs Indefinite Detention Bill Into Law

President Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) into law today. The statute contains a sweeping worldwide indefinite detention provision. While President Obama issued a signing statement saying he had “serious reservations” about the provisions, the statement only applies to how his administration would use the authorities granted by the NDAA, and would not affect how the law is interpreted by subsequent administrations. The White House had threatened to veto an earlier version of the NDAA, but reversed course shortly before Congress voted on the final bill.
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