Tuesday: The Nightly News. Cataloging The Lives Of The American People Lock,Stock, And Barrel. Plus, Sheriff Mack Reports From The Front Lines Of America's Sheriffs.
On The June 11, 2013 Broadcast Of The Infowars Nightly News, Jakari Jackson speaks with Sheriff Richard Mack about The Safe Streets Act in The Big Apple and the plight of the sheriff in Florida that was jailed for simply defending the 2nd Amendment. News Covered: Effort to Portray NSA Whistleblower Snowden as Chinese Intelligence Operative Underway. Most Americans Support Being Spied on by NSA. Off-duty cops collect DNA samples at Alabama roadblocks. Man Charged With DUI Despite Blowing .000 During Breathalyzer Test. The Obama Scandal Chronicles: The AP/Fox Wire Tap Scandal. Northern Colorado to Secede?
National Security Agency whistleblower William Binney, former technical director at the agency, returns to "Viewpoint" to react to the latest news regarding Edward Snowden. Snowden has gone on the record to admit that he is the source of leaks revealing top-secret U.S. government surveillance programs. An article detailing the collection of phone data from Verizon customers first appeared in The Guardian, and the next day, the Washington Post published PowerPoint slides related to PRISM, a covert national data collection program.
Hunting was very important for my Dad and I to stay close after very strained relationship over my "party lifestyle". Only being out in nature, relying on each-other for safety, guidance, food prep, and successful hunt has kept us as close as we are. I would hate to loose my closeness to my Father over a socialist agenda. Guns are used right or wrong. People make those choices
BREAKING: The Same ACLU that Sued Bush now Sues Obama over Surveillance on Americans
Alexander Abdo, ACLU National Security Project
(BusinessInsider) The American Civil Liberties Union filed a scathing lawsuit in an effort to stop the federal government's tracking of American citizens.
The ACLU's suit comes after bombshell reports revealed that the National Security Agency was obtaining access to systems of Google and other tech giants to read Americans' emails. The federal government is also collecting data of Verizon Business Service Network phone users.
These practices violate Americans' right to free speech, association, and privacy, the ACLU says. From its complaint:
This lawsuit challenges the government's dragnet acquisition of Plaintiffs' telephone records under Section 215 of the Patriot Act, 50 U.S.C. § 1861. In response to information published by the media, the government has acknowledged that it is relying on Section 215 to collect "metadata" about every phone call made or received by residents of the United States. The practice is akin to snatching every American's address book—with annotations detailing whom we spoke to, when we talked, for how long, and from where. It gives the government a comprehensive record of our associations and public movements, revealing a wealth of detail about our familial, political, professional, religious, and intimate associations.
The ACLU is asking a court to stop the government's tracking of Americans and to purge the information it already has.
This fight could eventually make its way to the Supreme Court, especially since the ACLU is actually a Verizon customer and arguably has "standing" to bring the suit, The New York Times' Charles Savage reports.
An ex-CIA employee working as a contractor at the U.S. National Security Agency said he leaked documents and details of a top secret U.S. surveillance program in order to protect the "basic liberties for people around the world." Edward Snowdon is hiding in a hotel room in Hong Kong and waiting for big dudes in black suits to extradite him for revealing the PRISM and Verizon documents.Holed up in a hotel room in Hong Kong, Edward Snowden, 29, said he had thought long and hard before publicizing details of an NSA program code-named PRISM, saying he had done so because he felt the United States was building an unaccountable and secret espionage machine that spied on every American.Edward Snowden, the Booz Allen Hamilton staffer with a top-secret security clearance who leaked details of NSA surveillance, is welcome to seek asylum in Iceland, according to lawmaker Birgitta Jónsdóttir and Smari McCarthy, executive director of the International Modern Media Institute, an organization dedicated to protecting whistleblowers.
Pavlovian salivation on cue - Webster Tarpley Show June 11 2013
A disgusting panorama of suicidal stupidity, and some more.
Webster Tarpley Show on Unbound radio, June 11 2013
Headline: TELL OBAMA: HANDS OFF SYRIA! SAY NO TO BRITISH-FRENCH-STATE DEPT. WAR PSYCHOSIS!
Interview with Harry S Dent, Jr., author, Fortune 100 consultant, new venture investor and noted speaker. Mr. Dent discusses his book "The Great Depression Ahead" and the current state of the US economy
Harry Dent of HS Dent Investment Management explains why he predicts a market crash in the third quarter of the year and that the U.S. is headed towards bankruptcy. Stock Market.. an aging Bull Market? Real Estate Party Over? Invest In Gold? Europe Crash Impact? The Government Has To Fail... Survive and Prosper in 2013 with Harry Dent.
Harry S Dent is a financial newsletter writer and author , who is also the founder of HS Dent Investment Management, an investment firm based in Tampa, Florida. Mr. Dent's latest book is The Great Crash Ahead. Other books include The Great Depression Ahead and The Next Great Bubble Boom.
The Boston Marathon bombing had obvious signs of being staged, and just like the pivotal false flag 9/11, that meant overlap with planning drills -- before, during and after.
ON DAY ONE of the Boston bombing, Truthstream Media reported on the running coach who witnessed bomb sniffing dogs and authorities proclaiming a "drill" underway at the marathon finish line, making clear to those who have long since followed the pattern that the attack came with the prior knowledge of, and perhaps participation of, government. This was strongly suggested by photos showing official looking operatives with backpacks and communications gear near the bomb site before hand, and immediately after the bombing.
That revelation was followed by news that the FBI had already checked out the Tsarnaev brothers over their 'extremist' Internet activity. While the agency claimed to have found no evidence of ill intent, the boys' mother has stated the the FBI was monitoring and checking in on them for years. It has been exposed that nearly all of the 'plots' since 9/11 have been provocateured by the FBI in "sting" operations where a patsy is goaded into taking action with a dud bomb or averted attack. In the case of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, the admitted role of the FBI in setting up the perpetrators did NOT stop the attack from going live and killing several people and injuring hundreds.
Just as 9/11 followed exercise scenarios that portrayed bin Laden's face as a threat over an image of the Twin Towers inside crosshairs, it has now been revealed the the Boston Marathon bombing followed plans for a specific Boston exercise where backpack bombs were used. Chillingly, the drill, funded by a $200,000 Homeland Security grant, depicted an apparent extremist patriot group dubbed "Free America Citizens" planting backpack explosives in 'dry-run' to gauge police response for a larger attack.
In this case, Homeland Security's Urban Shield drill in Boston was scheduled to take place after the bombing. However, it follows numerous Boston Urban Shield exercises and semi-annual multi-agency drills that take place every year in Boston on Patriot's Day (when the Marathon is typically held) and July 4th.
Homeland Security advisor Arnold Bogis pointed this out, stating in 'Marathon as a dry-run disaster,' a 2008 article, that:
"Today thousands of runners and hundreds of thousands of spectators are unwittingly taking part in a planned disaster ..."Massachusetts is better prepared for a real disaster because every Patriot's Day and Fourth of July is treated as a 'disaster.'"
Urban Shield operations takes place in major cities across the country, as Homeland Security uses the pretense of potential attacks and funding for training scenarios as a means of taking command of local & state emergency personnel.
A fellow emergency planner who was not at the scene of the Boston Marathon bombing Twittered over news about the involvement of Boston's Office of Emergency Management: "Nice mention of Rene Fielding, former colleague who's been helping Boston prepare for a terrorist attack for years..." later adding, "We spent years rehearsing only to be so far away when it happened. Sucks to be so far away."
The attitude of this emergency manager gives away the disconnect between the consequences of real events and the disaster/terrorist training that takes place ahead of, and often on top of, these attacks.
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Egyptian Blooper: Politicians, Unaware They Are Live on Air, Threaten Ethiopia over Dam Construction
As people wake up to the rampant lawlessness and corruption in Washington, expect that our government will use the favorite public opinion shaping tool of governments everywhere — false flags. Here's one caught on live TV. And when disaster happens, real or manufactured, will your family have to turn to FEMA?
Egyptian Blooper: Politicians, Unaware They Are Live on Air, Threaten Ethiopia over Dam Construction
Following are excerpts from a parliamentary session on the dam crisis between Egypt and Ethiopia, with leading Egyptian politicians, including President Morsi, it was aired on Channel 1, Egyptian TV and was posted on the Internet on June 3, 2013:
Saad Al-Katatni, chairman of the Freedom and Justice Party: I say loud and clear that all options are available to us, and that we will support all the options, but we must proceed gradually: If diplomacy fails to change the situation, we shall resort to international law, and if this is unsuccessful, we shall resort to any option one can imagine, in order to protect our water security, because for us, water security is a matter of life and death.
Younes Makhioun, chairman of the Al-Nour Party: We in the Al-Nour party believe that Egyptian agreement to the building of this dam would be a dangerous strategic mistake, because Ethiopia – and Israel and the U.S., which are behind it – would use it as a lethal bargaining chip to pressure Egypt.
We should use bargaining chips. For example, 35% of the Ethiopians belong to the Oromo people. They have a thing called the Oromo Liberation Front. The domestic Ethiopian front is very weak and fragile. We could also support the Ogaden National Liberation Front. This would constitute a means to pressure the Ethiopian government. If all these attempts fail, we may resort to our intelligence agencies in order to destroy any dam that undermines Egypt's security, because some experts have said that building this dam is tantamount to a declaration of war against Egypt.
Al-Azhar scholar Sheik Hassan Al-Shafe'i: I remember that the foreign minister of Ethiopia came to Egypt, and mocked the Egyptian people. He said that the Nile does not have wings and cannot fly to Israel. But the Egyptian people knows, like any other people would know, that the Nile might have subterranean "wings," through pipelines passing under the Red Sea. This is entirely possible. Many countries import water through pipelines.
Ayman Nour, chairman of the Ghad Al-Thawra Party: I don't know whether this is something that should be said or not, but like some of my colleagues said, there are many political rivalries in Ethiopian society. Some changes are anticipated there. We do not need an embassy in Ethiopia. What we need is a task force that will deal with politics and intelligence. We should play a role in all aspects of Ethiopian reality. I think this would be much less costly than other options to fend off the danger. We should intervene in their domestic affairs.
The Ethiopian newspapers say that Egypt has no military option. They say that Egypt does not possess the capabilities – no airplanes, no missiles – and that Sudan would not allow this... Indeed, Sudan's position is nauseating. It is much weaker than it should be. But we could leak intelligence information. We could leak that Egypt is trying to buy planes for aerial refueling, and so on. Even if this is unrealistic, it would bring results on the diplomatic track.
Muhammad Anwar Essmat Al-Sadat, chairman of the Reform and Development Party: We should be aware of the influence of Egypt's national soccer team in Ethiopia. Our national team was champion of Africa and has tremendous influence. The same is true with regard to Egyptian art. We have great influence. We could also use the Egyptian churches and Al-Azhar. Some people talked about a possible military operation. Practically speaking, this is difficult. We'd be criticized for something like that.
We should form an axis with Eritrea, Somalia, and Djibouti. This is a job for the intelligence agencies. They will resolve this from within. We have the right to do this. There are a hundred ways of doing this indirectly when we lose hope.
Magdi Ahmad Hussein, chairman of the Islamic Labor Party: I'm very fond of battles. With the enemies, of course – with America and Israel, but this battle must be waged with maximum judiciousness and calm. Even though this is a secret meeting, we must all take an oath not to leak anything to the media, unless it is done officially by sister Pakinam. We need an official plan for popular national security, even if we... Okay... Fine... The principles behind what I'm saying are not really secret... Our war is with America and Israel, not with Ethiopia. Therefore, engaging in a war... This is my opinion...
Participant: This meeting is being aired live on TV.
Magdi Ahmad Hussein: I am not presenting a secret plan or anything. All the countries do what I am saying and what has been said by others. All countries with regional conflicts do that.
I say to the Egyptian people: Nobody can turn off your water supply – unless they want to turn the Egyptians into the world's most extremist people. Imagine what this people would do if its water were turned off – what all 80 million of us would do to Israel and America if our water were turned off.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi: We have a lot of respect for the Sudanese people in the north and the south, and we respect their decisions, and the same is true with regard to the Ethiopian people. We are not about to start any aggression against anyone whatsoever, or affront anyone whatsoever.
But we have very serious measures to protect every singe drop of Nile water – every single drop of water.
George Noory interviews Dr. Peter Breggin, Kevin Warwick, and David Seaman
About the show:
During the first half, Professor of Cybernetics at the University of Reading, England, Kevin Warwick spoke about advances in artificial intelligence, robotics and cyborgs. He defined the concept of a cyborg as a human who is enhanced through technology to have extra abilities. It's an intriguing question to explore-- would you have implants in your eyes if they could give you X-ray vision, or undergo a procedure so you could communicate telepathically?, he pondered. If it was a simple, safe procedure to have small implants installed, many people might consider it, kind of like laser eye surgery, he suggested. Currently, three students have small magnets implanted in their fingers as an experiment into expanding their sensory inputs with sonar, he reported.
Warwick shared details about robots being developed with biological brains using rat neurons, and how research like this is helping people with neurological problems. He touched on his research project involving a robot named Morgui that has five senses-- vision, hearing, infrared, ultrasonics, and radar, and how this data is fused together. He also talked about the Turing test, in which people try to guess whether they are communicating with a human or artificial intelligence. Warwick foresees robotic or autonomous cars coming in the near future, in which drivers might switch into this mode like they do with cruise control when they're on a freeway or toll road.
In the latter half, reporter David Seaman discussed the breaking news about whistleblower Edward Snowden, and the ramification of his disclosures regarding NSA surveillance of American citizens via the Internet and telephone. Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who first received the leaked information, has said that Snowden has given him thousands of documents, many of which are significant stories. "So, it's quite possible that by early next week, you and I could be living in a different kind of world," Seaman remarked, adding that he believes we're seeing a massive abuse of power, and the disassembling of 4th Amendment rights.
Seaman suspects that we have not learned the full extent of the NSA surveillance of American phone calls-- and that in spite of what we've been told, they may actually have transcripts of all conversations. We do know they have logs of all calls over the past seven years, including the numbers you've called, the numbers that have called you, the length of the calls, and the location data, he said. Snowden called this an "existential threat to democracy," and while Pres. Obama and various Senators have defended the surveillance, other Senators have expressed concern. Seaman is particularly galled by Pres. Obama presenting himself to voters as a constitutional law scholar, and now backing these actions. Seaman suggested that the ultimate goal of such surveillance is to prevent or stifle civil unrest.
During the first half-hour, psychiatrist Dr. Peter Breggin reacted to a new study about overconfidence, which finds that people can draw inaccurate conclusions when they underestimate what they don't know. Genuine confidence comes from the ability to think for yourself and solve problems, Breggin commented.
News segment guest: Will Thomas
Georgia airport concourse evacuated after blast
A blast occurred at a maintenance shed at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta on Tuesday morning, and a concourse had to be evacuated, a fire department spokeswoman said.
Janet Ward, the spokeswoman, said there was no fire and smoke.
"We have cut off power to Concourse D. And it had been evacuated as a precaution," she said.
Actually, Europe and America will collapse not Asia. Asia is the one LOANING all the Money to the West. Europe has it the WORST, America can possibly get through it. This year there was a 9% reduction in spending and the new tax rates will generate more revenue. The revenues are expected to be 2.9 trillion and the budget cost 3.9 trillion. Everything is getting reduced so that eventually some of the debt can be paid off. Asia has the majority of foreign reserves with low debt. Bottom-line is the DEFENSE BUDGET which is $700 billion, CANNOT BE MAINTAINED at that level. We will destroy our economy spending so much on the military we can collapse like Russia. There is NO WAY we CAN WIN against CHINA. China is the LOANING US THE MONEY and what we are going to go to war with CHINA through borrowing money through THEM? Bush pumped up the Military budget so high by about 400 billion more. We need that eliminated, CHINA KNOWS not to go to WAR because it damages their Economy