By Susan Duclos
All News PipeLine
What started out as research into the all-out final push for a completely “cashless society” to the point where they are now going after our nations children with the announcement of the new “cashless Monopoly” game, brought me so far down the rabbit hole that I started calling myself a “conspiracy theorist,” but the information is out there and I suggest readers click all the links and follow the information.
So, how do we get from the cashless society push to ‘Skynet’? Come on “Alice” jump in and lets explore.
As posted on MassprivateI
According to Courthouse News (CN) article, DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson warned law enforcement of a new breed of terrorism that sees people “self-radicalize.”
“As I have said many times, we are in a new phase of the global terrorist threat, requiring a whole new type of response,” Johnson said. “We have moved from a world of terrorist-directed attacks to a world that includes the threat of terrorist-inspired attacks.”
DHS propaganda is so unbelievable, they even have a guide book called “Terminology To Define Terrorists” which instructs them on how to use appropriate terminology when describing the latest terrorist threat.
By Justin Jouvenal
While officers raced to a recent 911 call about a man threatening his ex-girlfriend, a police operator in headquarters consulted software that scored the suspect’s potential for violence the way a bank might run a credit report.
The program scoured billions of data points, including arrest reports, property records, commercial databases, deep Web searches and the man’s social- media postings. It calculated his threat level as the highest of three color-coded scores: a bright red warning.
The man had a firearm conviction and gang associations, so out of caution police called a negotiator. The suspect surrendered, and police said the intelligence helped them make the right call — it turned out he had a gun.
As a national debate has played out over mass surveillance by the National Security Agency, a new generation of technology such as the Beware software being used in Fresno has given local law enforcement officers unprecedented power to peer into the lives of citizens.
By Daisy Luther
As posted at The Organic Prepper
There isn’t much that feels more self-reliant than going out to your backyard hen house to get fresh eggs for breakfast. There’s no need for USDA approval, you know what your hens have been eating, and you don’t have to pay a premium price and hope that the farm who raised the chickens that laid those grocery store eggs actually treated the hens humanely. Bonus points if the bacon you fry up comes from a local farm, and bonus BONUS points if you raised that little piggie yourself. Raising backyard chickens is incredibly rewarding.
It’s pure freedom, this control over your own food.
Of course, until you have to register your chickens. Then, as food freedom activist Joel Salatin says, “Everything I want to do is illegal.”
By Ron Paul
Jul 1, 2013
Ron Paul Institute
From massive NSA spying, to IRS targeting of the administration’s political opponents, to collection and sharing of our health care information as part of Obamacare, it seems every day we learn of another assault on our privacy. Sadly, this week the Senate took another significant, if little-noticed, step toward creating an authoritarian surveillance state. Buried in the immigration bill is a national identification system called mandatory E-Verify.
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“…The expanding terror watch list is compelling evidence that the federal government can’t even manage to keep a relatively small database under control. That’s a bad omen for the future. Under legislation signed into law by President Bush in 2005 and now due to be implemented in 2009, the nation will create a federally administered list that is a quantum leap in size larger than the terrorist watch list. Moreover, under this new program it won’t be the names of terrorists or suspected terrorists that inhabit the new, gargantuan federal database; it will be the names and personal information of ordinary law-abiding Americans…”
“…DHS-proposed regulations set standards for states to meet the requirements of the REAL ID Act, including security features that must be incorporated into each card, verification of information provided by applicants to establish their identity and lawful status in the United States, and physical security standards for all locations where licenses and identification cards are issued…”
“…In the last year New Yorkers from all five boroughs have seen the whirlwind erection of the supposed NSA listening plates. These plates adorn rooftops of both tenement and office buildings alike. They are clustered on the edges of buildings and on the sides of cedar water towers in groups ranging from two to a dozen. In every instance a bundle of black wires weave their way from the plates into small freshly built rooftop utility buildings. All plates share a common angle of approximately 15 degrees down towards the street…”
“…A first wave of U.S. passports implanted with radio tags will soon begin making their way into the hands of American travelers despite lingering privacy and security concerns, federal officials said Monday…The agency said it plans to issue the documents through the nation’s other passport facilities within the next few months, as part of its original plan to make all future passports electronic by October.”