Federal Agents Threaten To Arrest Lavabit Founder For Shutting Down His E-Mail Service

Mike Masnick 16 August 2013 The saga of Lavabit founder Ladar Levison is getting even more ridiculous, as he explains that the government has threatened him with criminal charges for his decision to shut down the business, rather than agree to some mysterious court order. The feds are apparently arguing that the act of shutting … Continue reading

Laser pistols, coming to a battlefield near you. They’re already on test jets for the Navy and Air Force, as well as large cargo and Navy ships navigating known pirating areas.

August 15, 2013 Fox News by Allison Barrie The military aims to turn lasers weapons from science fiction into reality for everything from space platforms to Humvees. “RELI” is the Department of Defense’s relatively new Robust Electric Laser Initiative, which is meant to create next-generation lightweight, compact laser weapons. Weaponized lasers will bring nearly instant, … Continue reading

Britain taps fiber-optic cables for secret access to world’s communications, then shares with NSA

Ewen MacAskill, Julian Borger, Nick Hopkins, Nick Davies and James Ball guardian.co.uk, Friday 21 June 2013 12.23 EDT The Guardian Secret document detailing GCHQ’s ambition to ‘master the internet’ Britain’s spy agency GCHQ has secretly gained access to the network of cables which carry the world’s phone calls and internet traffic and has started to … Continue reading

In the 21st century the two hundred year-old propaganda that the American people control their government has been completely shattered.

by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts 17 June 2013     In the 21st century the two hundred year-old propaganda that the American people control their government has been completely shattered.  Both the Bush and Obama regimes have made it unmistakenly clear that the American people don’t even influence, much less control, the government.  As far … Continue reading

The Next NSA Spying Shoe to Drop: “Pre-Crime” Artificial Intelligence

16 June 2013 Washington’s Blog     NSA Building Big Brother “Pre-Crime” Artificial Intelligence Program NSA spying whistleblower Edward Snowden’s statements have been verified.    Reporter Glenn Greenwald has promised numerous additional disclosures from Snowden. What’s next? We reported in 2008: A new article by investigative reporter Christopher Ketcham reveals, a governmental unit operating in secret … Continue reading

Glyphosate Weedkiller in our Food and Water?

By Colin Todhunter Global Research 16 June 2013     “Historians may look back and write about how willing we are to sacrifice our children and jeopardize future generations with a massive experiment that is based on false promises and flawed science just to benefit the bottom line of a commercial enterprise.” So said Don Huber in referring … Continue reading

The Turkish Spring: Lawyers Being Rounded Up

  By Marjorie Cohn 13 June 2013 The Jurist     For nearly three weeks, thousands of protestors have gathered peacefully at Occupy Gezi in Taksim Square in Istanbul. Turkish police have unleashed a brutal crackdown, resulting in three confirmed deaths and nearly 5,000 injured. According to Turkish lawyer Kerem Gulay, a Fulbright Scholar and … Continue reading

The US is being spun toward war by liars again.

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky Global Research 14 June 2013     Is president Obama setting the stage for a “humanitarian intervention” by casually accusing the Syrian president of killing his own people? “Following a deliberative review, our intelligence community assesses that the Assad regime has used chemical weapons, including the nerve agent sarin, on a … Continue reading

U.S. Military Proposal to Arm Rebels Includes No-Fly Zone in Syria.

By Julian Barnes and Adam Entous WallStreetJournal 13 June 2013 WASHINGTON—A U.S. military proposal for arming Syrian rebels also calls for a limited no-fly zone inside Syria that would be enforced from Jordanian territory to protect Syrian refugees and rebels who would train there, according to U.S. officials. Asked by the White House to develop … Continue reading

Man Behind Syrian ‘Chemical Weapons’ Claim Is Fiction Writer Who Ran Spin Control on Benghazi Cover-Up

Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com 14 June 2013 Ben Rhodes, the White House national security advisor behind the claim that President Bashar Al-Assad used chemical weapons in Syria, is a fiction writer with zero educational background in government, diplomacy or national security who also played a key role in covering up the truth behind the attack … Continue reading

The whistleblower behind the NSA leaks has decided to go public. The Guardian just revealed his name(Edward Snowden) and wrote another article with the announcement. He is holed up in a hotel in Hong Kong.

by Glenn Greenwald, Ewen MacAskill and Laura Poitras in Hong Kong 09 June 2013 The Guardian     The individual responsible for one of the most significant leaks in US political history is Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old former technical assistant for the CIA and current employee of the defence contractor Booz Allen Hamilton. Snowden has … Continue reading

Russia demands more information from Turkey regarding the seizure of 2 kgs of sarin from known Al Nusra Front rebels last week. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said “I do not rule out that someone would like to use it to declare that a red line has been crossed and foreign intervention is needed,”

RIA Novosti 07 June 2013 Moscow has called on Turkey to provide more information about the reported seizure of the chemical agent sarin from militants detained on the border with Syria, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Thursday. “We are still waiting for comprehensive information from our Turkish colleagues in connection with the reports, … Continue reading

Karzai demands handover of Afghan prisoners held by Britain at Camp Bastion

09 June 2013 PressTV Afghanistan’s President Hamid Karzai has set a two-week deadline for the British armed forces to hand over all Afghans in Camp Bastion to the Afghan government. The announcement by Karzai’s spokesperson on Saturday came after last week’s revelations that the UK forces in Afghanistan are holding over 90 Afghan nationals without … Continue reading

Eavesdropping, and some other stuff to say.

The outrage coming from the media in the past week has been a long time coming. The global government leaning New York Times even jumped on board this week with their editors saying  ” the Administration has lost all credibility” , they were forced to reissue the editorial to say “the Administration has lost all … Continue reading

The 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit’s Rapid Response Force Landed in Jordan on Tuesday under an ordered media blackout. No doubt in reponse to Syria taking back Qusayr, which is a key weapons trafficking city for Syria. They wanted it back to funnel new missiles it just received from Iran and Russia into Lebanon to attack Israel. As a former Marine, these are not our training forces. That’s what the Berets and other certain parts of the Army are for. They’re ground combat killers. Heads up Lebanon. Get out if you can.

A large U.S. military force has reportedly arrived at a port in the south of Jordan, ready to be deployed at the country’s border with neighboring Syria.  The Israeli military intelligence website DEBKAfile has reported that 1,000 U.S troops from the 24th Marine Expeditionary Force arrived at the southern Jordanian port of Aqaba on Tuesday … Continue reading

The Syria Chemical Weapons Saga: The staging of a US-NATO sponsored attack on Syrian civilians, again.

by Professor Michael Chussodovsky Global Research 05 June 2013 The following article first published in December 2012 [scroll down] documents how the Pentagon  not only provided chemical weapons to Al Nusra, an affiliated Al Qaeda terrorist organization, but also provided  training to the rebels in the use of these weapons. While Washington  points its finger … Continue reading

Russia Draws a “Red Line” in Syria: S-300, MiG 29s and MiG 31s headed to Syria

Dr. Christof Lehmann 06 June 2013   The recent commitment by Russia to honor a contract with Syria for the delivery of S-300 Surface to Air defense systems, considered to be one of the best, if not the best in the world, is followed up by a Syrian request for the delivery of MiG 29 … Continue reading

Syrian government forces have regained control of Qusayr on the Lebanon border despite best efforts of NATO. You think Russia’s S-300 system had anything to do with this? Of course. Look for things in Lebanon to heat up in the coming weeks and months.

Press TV  05 June 2013 Syria’s state television reports that Syrian forces have regained full control of the strategic city of Qusayr following three weeks of fighting with the militants in the region. The Syrian military forces dismantled the terrorist network of the militants in the strategic area, which borders Lebanon. Many of the foreign-backed … Continue reading

U.S. sending Patriot missiles and F-16’s to Jordan.

WASHINGTON, June 3 (UPI) — Deployment of a Patriot missile battery and F-16 fighter jets to Jordan was approved over the weekend, a U.S. Central Command spokesman said. Delivery of the weaponry, as part of a multinational training exercise, was approved by U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, CNN said Monday, noting a broader message … Continue reading

BP announces plans for Alaska’s Prudhoe after Alaska oil tax change. BP plans for new drill rigs, evaluating projects on Alaska’s North Slope. Michael Morrell gave BP the keys to Alaska somehow. He just quit the CIA for a cush multimillion dollar adviser job at BP. I bet it was through private information he attained on the Alaska Governor while running the CIA. He blackmailed the Governor into allowing BP into one of the U.S.’s most protected areas. I am all for responsible drilling in parts of Alaska but certainly not by BP. Let a U.S. company reap profits from our sovereign resources. This is a very bad day for Alaska, our sovereignty, and our eco-system.

By Becky Bohrer, Associated Press | Associated Press – Mon, Jun 3, 2013 JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — BP Alaska plans to bring two new drill rigs to the North Slope by 2016, part of an additional $1 billion investment the company envisions over the next five years following the state’s rollback of oil production taxes. BP is … Continue reading

Supreme Court rules that a DNA swab after an arrest, without a conviction, is a legitimate search

4 June 2013 Washington (CNN) — The Supreme Court has ruled criminal suspects can be subjected to a police DNA test after arrest — before trial and conviction — a privacy-versus-public-safety dispute that could have wide-reaching implications in the rapidly evolving technology surrounding criminal procedure. At issue in the ruling Monday was whether taking genetic … Continue reading

U.S. probes source of GMO wheat in Oregon; importers suspend orders

By Charles Abbott and Meeyoung Cho 31 May 2013   (Reuters) – Two days after news that genetically modified wheat had been found growing in Oregon, U.S. officials said they were no closer to knowing how it appeared, while South Korea joined Japan in suspending some U.S. wheat purchases. A top official with the U.S. … Continue reading

Illegal, supposedly unreleased genetically engineered wheat made by Monsanto found in Oregon field, federal investigation underway. It was primarily being sold to Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.

by Eric Mortenson The Oregonian 29 May 2013 Illegal genetically-engineered wheat has been discovered growing in an Eastern Oregon field, which may cause severe marketing and export problems for one of the state’s biggest crops. State agriculture department Director Katy Coba said 85 to 90 percent of the Pacific Northwest’s soft white wheat crop is … Continue reading

PressTV reports that Turkey seizes sarin in homes of anti-Syria militants. Here we go. NATO just got busted, I love it. The water has been muddied people. Syria is now justified to equip themselves with the same weapons. This story will be huge, when the facts eventually start coming out.

Iran Press TV Fri May 31, 2013 7:10AM GMT Turkish security forces have confiscated two kilograms of the nerve agent sarin after raiding the homes of militants from the terrorist al-Nusra Front fighting against Syria, Turkey’s media report. Several Turkish newspapers reported on Thursday that two kilograms of sarin gas as well as heavy weapons … Continue reading

The Network of Global Corporate Control: A Tightly-knit Core of Financial Institutions

by Stefania Vitali, James B. Glattfelder,  Stefano Battiston 29 March 2011   The structure of the control network of transnational corporations affects global market competition and financial stability. So far, only small national samples were studied and there was no appropriate methodology to assess control globally. We present the first investigation of the architecture of … Continue reading

World Bank Insider Blows Whistle on Corruption, Federal Reserve

  by Alex Newman 26 May 2013   A former insider at the World Bank, ex-Senior Counsel Karen Hudes, says the global financial system is dominated by a small group of corrupt, power-hungry figures centered around the privately owned U.S. Federal Reserve. The network has seized control of the media to cover up its crimes, … Continue reading

Report on Syria – Nobel Peace Laureate Mairead Maguire: “The Syrian State is Under a Proxy War Led by Foreign Countries”

by Mairead Maguire 24 May 2013     Report and Appeal to the International community to support a process of dialogue and reconciliation in Syria between its people and Syrian government and reject outside intervention and war. After a 10 days  visit to Lebanon and Syria, leading a 16 person delegation from 8 countries, invited … Continue reading

Under the Disguise of The “Battle against Terrorism”: The U.S., Britain and France Support “Al Qaeda in Syria”. The UK’s intransigence in the EU show’s the West’s true intentions in Syria

Phil Greaves 28 May 2013     The UK Foreign secretary William Hague, and his French counterpart Lauren Fabius, are leading an isolated charge within the EU to lift a supposed arms embargo to self-described ‘rebels’, hitherto destroying Syria for over two years. Several underlying factors need to be addressed before these diplomatic (some would … Continue reading

Why Disinformation Works. In America “Truth has no Relevance. Only Agendas are Important”

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts 25 May 2013     Have you ever wondered how the government’s misinformation gains traction? What I have noticed is that whenever a stunning episode occurs, such as 9/11 or the Boston Marathon bombing, most everyone whether on the right or left goes along with the government’s explanation, because they can … Continue reading

Millions march against Monsanto last weekend

25 May 2013 The Guardian Organisers say that two million people marched in protest against seed giant Monsanto in hundreds of rallies across the US and in more than 50 other countries on Saturday. “March Against Monsanto” protesters say they wanted to call attention to the dangers posed by genetically modified food and the food … Continue reading

European Powers Lift Embargo, Move to Arm Syrian Opposition. Now Providing Direct Military Support to Al Nusra Terrorists

by Johannes Stern Global Research 28 May 2013     On Monday the foreign ministers of the European Union (EU) met in Brussels and agreed not to renew the arms embargo against Syria. This will allow each European country to directly arm the Syrian opposition fighting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, which was previously forbidden under … Continue reading

Russia protects one of its proxy governments, Syria, with S-300 missile defense system. Combined with the Iskander missiles Russia has already delivered, Syria is amply able to handle rebel attack. Which is why you are seeing the NATO backed rebels resort to using chemical weapons against the Syrian regime. Iran’s movement of it’s long range missiles last week(noone knows which ones yet) coupled with Syrias new capability should keep NATO at bay for a while longer. Expect more NATO backed terrorist bombings(including chemical) in Syria and Iran, Russia has forced NATO into this play. Also, Syrian and Iranian missile transfers to Hezbollah are much safer as a result of this, expect Telaviv to be hit by more sophisticated missiles from Lebanon soon.

Ria Novosti 28 May 2013   MOSCOW, May 28 (RIA Novosti) – Russia’s delivery of S-300 air defense systems to Syria is a restraining factor against possible foreign interference in the Syrian conflict, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Tuesday. “We believe such steps are to a great extent restraining some ‘hot heads’ … Continue reading

Shell and BP raided in probe into petrol price fixing: Oil firms investigated over claims they manipulated cost for more than a decade…..And then there was one, Chevron/Texaco has won the oil game I think. They will transition us into the SDR with Condi Rice as the next Vice President(Chevron/Texaco legend, they named an oil tanker after her, then changed the name when she joined the Bush II White House run. They didn’t want to give the impression of conflict of interest. Most likely a U.S. spy all along placed with Chevron now Chevron/Texaco. With this Benghazi scandal, the Republicans feel they have 2016 locked in for them. They will pair the pre-determined winner with Condi Rice, it’ll be Christie or Petraeus. I don’t think Petraeus accepts SecDef from Christie but maybe.

European Commission launched inquiry into price manipulation Fear prices have been driven up at the pumps for millions of motorists Commission suspects firms ‘had colluded in reporting distorted prices’ Tory MP Robert Halfon called for ‘urgent action’ in the UK The AA said it had repeatedly warned about the issue since 2005 By Rob Davies … Continue reading

U.S. CORP And The Impending IMF Merger

Washington’s Blog 17 April 2013   Been lots of talk around lately regarding the collapse of the US Dollar and what that would mean for the United States of America and the world. There has also been a lot of talk about the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States of America and how unhappy … Continue reading

A U.N. official investigating the use of sarin gas in Syria says that the evidence is leading to the fact that the gas was used by the NATO backed rebels, not by the Syrian government forces like the Khazar Jew controlled media would have you believe.

(Reuters) – U.N. human rights investigators have gathered testimony from casualties of Syria’s civil war and medical staff indicating that rebel forces have used the nerve agent sarin, one of the lead investigators said on Sunday. The United Nations independent commission of inquiry on Syria has not yet seen evidence of government forces having used … Continue reading

Rolling Stone : Rothschild corruption goes mainstream

Rolling Stone 25 April 2013 Matt Taibbi Conspiracy theorists of the world, believers in the hidden hands of the Rothschilds and the Masons and the Illuminati, we skeptics owe you an apology. You were right. The players may be a little different, but your basic premise is correct: The world is a rigged game. We … Continue reading

Unprecedented shortages of gold, silver, and ammunition. Allocated gold owners are being refused their gold around the world. ABN AMRO(Rothschild) is the biggest dog to refuse to hand over gold. The gold was never there in the first place people.

Michael Snyder Economic Collapse April 26, 2013 All over the United States we are witnessing unprecedented shortages of ammunition, physical gold and physical silver.  Recent events have helped fuel a “buying frenzy” that threatens to spiral out of control.  Gun shops all over the nation are reporting that they have never seen it this bad, and … Continue reading

ITER Fusion Reactor gets approval for critical piece of the project. They are not building this fast enough. If it is known to be possible others should begin construction in every nation of the world immediately. If it proves to be unsafe somewhere down the line, construction can be halted and countries are out very little. This should be pursued with the fervor of the Manhattan Project.

26 April 2013 Steve Connor An idyllic hilltop setting in the Cadarache forest of Provence in the south of France has become the site of an ambitious attempt to harness the nuclear power of the sun and stars. It is the place where 34 nations representing more than half the world’s population have joined forces … Continue reading

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon have introduced a system that enables someone to rub the arm of a sofa to “paint” a remote control for her TV or swipe a hand across an office door to post his calendar from which subsequent users can “pull down” an extended version. These ad hoc interfaces can be moved, modified or deleted with similar gestures, making them highly personalized. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) used a ceiling-mounted camera and projector to record room geometries, sense hand gestures and project images on desired surfaces.

25 April 2013 eScience Researchers previously have shown that a depth camera system, such as Kinect, can be combined with a projector to turn almost any surface into a touchscreen. But now researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have demonstrated how these touch-based interfaces can be created almost at will, with the wave of a hand. … Continue reading

U.S. Defense Secretary Hagel just delivered a $10 Billion Advanced Weapons Package to it’s Arab Allies to counter deliveries from Russia and China of its advanced weapons systems and missiles to its Shanghai Cooperative Organization member countries in the region. Of most reported importance, Iran and Syria… I’m more worried about South America and chemically tipped MANPADS personally. This was just a weapons transfer among NATO partners to counter recent moves by the SCO, primarily its delivery of Iskander missiles to Syria. The Iskandar is a surface-to-surface missile that no missile defense system can trace or destroy. It makes you wonder if the U.S. and Israel think Russia just delivered Iskander’s to Iran. Russian Pacific Fleet ships just left the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas a day ago.

by Luis Ramirez April 24, 2013 U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is wrapping up a trip to the Middle East – where he delivered a $10 billion weapons package to Israel and some of Washington’s Arab allies as a sign of U.S support in the face of Iranian threats. Secretary Hagel’s visit to Israel could … Continue reading

Reading a book called “The Most Dangerous Book in the World” on recommendation from a friend right now. Pretty all encompassing book, tying the political, and geo-political to the spiritual realm, where many of these men seek their power. It’s pretty right on so far. If you are just getting into the spiritual world of politics this is a good first read for you.


Human Rights Watch has just launched a new campaign to stop the creation of autonomous killer robots. – Autonomous sniper software has recently been created. Marry that with latest in robotic tech and u have an autonomous robot capable of making an accurate shot from over a mile away. Given orders by mouseclicks deep in bunkers or autonomously as well.

23 April 2013 Human Rights Watch (London) – Civil society will lead the way to press governments to ban fully autonomous weapons, Human Rights Watch said today at the launch of the global Campaign to Stop Killer Robots. These potential future weapons, sometimes called “killer robots,” would be able to select and attack targets without … Continue reading

Pakistan’s former President Pervez Musharraf flees court after judges order his arrest

                  18 April 2013 By Mehreen Zahra-Malik Islamabad (Reuters) – Former President Pervez Musharraf fled a courtroom on Thursday after judges ordered his arrest to answer allegations he committed treason in 2007, an ignominious retreat for a man who once dominated Pakistan and had hoped to revive … Continue reading

U.S. House of Representatives Shamefully Passes CISPA; Internet Freedom Advocates Prepare for a Battle in the Senate

18 April 2013 by Dave Maass and Mark Jaycox   Today, Internet freedom advocates everywhere turned their eyes to the U.S. House of Representatives as that legislative body considered the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. For the second year in a row,  the House voted to approve CISPA, a bill that would allow companies … Continue reading

Breaking : Coordinated sabotage is taking place in San Francisco. Statewide emergency alert to conserve energy has been declared… Bullet holes in a crucial California power sub-station…Fiber-optic cables were cut shortly before 1:30 a.m. in two locations along Monterey Highway. FBI is now working the case.

CBS San Francisco: […] Crews were working to clean up an oil spill caused by bullet holes at a PG&E transmission center just southeast of San Jose, a PG&E spokesman said. […] “We are currently on site assessing the magnitude of the vandalism and the impact,” he said. […] KTVU: Vandalism to major power transformer … Continue reading

North Hills Hospital was holding an active emergency preparedness drill 81 miles away when the West Texas Fertilizer blast happened. This was released locally – North Hills Hospital is proud to be hosting one of the largest emergency preparedness drills ever held in the state of Texas this week… If you live near North Hills Hospital, you will see a lot of activity in our parking lots over the next three days as the NCTTRAC sets up a mobile 140-bed hospital, along with dozens of ambulances, several AMBUS (multi-patient ambulances), and helicopters. This is only a drill and will simulate a hospital evacuation.-

      North Hills Hospital is proud to be hosting one of the largest emergency preparedness drills ever held in the state of Texas this week. We will be partnering with the North Central Texas Trauma Regional Advisory Council (NCTTRAC) and first responders from throughout North Texas to test our equipment and processes so … Continue reading

Breaking : US House (of sociopaths) passes CISPA

17 April 2013 Zack Whittaker ZDNet Major technology and Web companies — not limited to Google, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft — will not be allowed to promise to protect users’ privacy should CISPA pass Congress. CISPA will soon be voted on in the coming few weeks. (Image: CNET) For those out of the loop, CISPA will allow … Continue reading

Leaked security camera footage of the boston explosions identify a few of the likely operators who carried out the attack.

18 April 2013 Click on the picture to take you to the imgur page where the photos are. ————————————————————————————————————————- .

EMS: At least 60 dead and well over 100 injured in a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant near Waco, Texas on Wednesday. Videos attached.

– “The fertilizer plant that exploded Wednesday night in West, Texas, reported to the Environmental Protection Agency and local public safety officials that it presented no risk of fire or explosion, documents show. West Fertilizer Co. reported having as much as 54,000 pounds of anhydrous ammonia on hand in an emergency planning report required of … Continue reading

A third explosion has been confirmed at the JFK library in Boston.

by Dave Wedge Joe Dwinell Boston Herald   A third explosion occurred just after 3 this afternoon at John F. Kennedy library in what is now being called another confirmed attack. Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis said “a third incident — explosion — was at the JFK Library” on Columbia Point. “This is very much … Continue reading