Sunday, February 27, 2011
Rockefeller Interview & Real ID/RFID Conspiracy., page 1
It is important to note that the technology of tracking, tracing, and databasing innocent people right down to their blood is a top-down directive from federal agencies, not a legitimate scientific endeavor.West reminds us that the story broke in summer of 2010 that hospitals were covertly collecting DNA from newborns, where the information was stored in military databases.
Activist Post: DNA "Genetic Patdown" Introduced to Airports by DHS
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
A tale of customer service, justice and currency as funny as a $2 bill - Baltimore Sun
Monday, February 21, 2011
Many diseases are treated under this brain plant umbrella; with psychiatric diseases it's tricky:
Psychiatric illnesses require a similar operation — but surgeons must implant the electrode into a different spot in the brain.
There's the rub: It's not clear which spot is best for which psychiatric disease. In fact, two manufacturers — Medtronic and St. Jude Medical — have begun major studies of DBS' effects on depression. Each places the implant in a different region, based on promising pilot studies.
Trying brain pacemakers to zap psychiatric disease - Yahoo! News
Microchip Implants, Mind Control And Cybernetics
Sunday, February 20, 2011
Marine scientist Samantha Joye, University of Georgia, presented video evidence of the persistent damage caused by BP in the gulf at a conference in Washington. Her findings contradict BP's lies that the gulf is healing.
Earlier this month, Kenneth Feinberg, the government's oil compensation fund czar, said based on research he commissioned he figured the Gulf of Mexico would almost fully recover by 2012 — something Joye and Lubchenco said isn't right.
"I've been to the bottom. I've seen what it looks like with my own eyes. It's not going to be fine by 2012," Joye told The Associated Press. "You see what the bottom looks like, you have a different opinion."
NOAA chief Lubchenco said "even though the oil degraded relatively rapidly and is now mostly but not all gone, damage done to a variety of species may not become obvious for years to come."
Revealed: Air Force ordered software to manage army of fake virtual people | The Raw Story
In the continuing saga of data security firm HBGary, a new caveat has come to light: not only did they plot to help destroy secrets outlet WikiLeaks and discredit progressive bloggers, they also crafted detailed proposals for software that manages online "personas," allowing a single human to assume the identities of as many fake people as they'd like.On the 15th of this month, Homeland Security "accidentally" shut down 84,000 websites. Going after child pornography websites, the Department of Homeland Security managed to kick thousands of sites off line:
The revelation was among those contained in the company's emails, which were dumped onto bittorrent networks after hackers with cyber protest group "Anonymous" broke into their systems.
In another document unearthed by "Anonymous," one of HBGary's employees also mentioned gaming geolocation services to make it appear as though selected fake persons were at actual events.
"There are a variety of social media tricks we can use to add a level of realness to all fictitious personas," it said.
Happy Rockerfeller writes about this at The Daily Kos. And assures us there is no relation "in no way" to Happy Rockerfeller of the Rockerfellers.
Without notice, all 84,000 sites had their content blocked and visitors were re-directed to a Homeland Security banner that read, "This domain name has been seized by the ICE - Homeland Security Investigations, pursuant to a seizure warrant issued by a United States District Court..." followed by a warning about the consequences of distributing child pornography.The "kill switch" bill was introduced in June of 2010 by Senator Joe Lieberman, which would give Obama the power to shut down the internet. The bill is called the "Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act, or PCNAA." Alex Jones at Prison Planet reported on this back then, with link to the pdf of the 197 page bill. Also in support of this bill is Rockerfeller:
The error was quickly noticed, but because of the time it takes DNS addresses — essentially an index of the Internet — to propogate across the web, some websites still carried the DHS warning up to three days later.
The bill has the vehement support of Senator Jay Rockefeller, who last year asked during a congressional hearing, “Would it had been better if we’d have never invented the Internet?” while fearmongering about cyber-terrorists preparing attacks.
Saturday, February 19, 2011
Thursday, February 17, 2011
S 230 / HR 521 : GMO Salmon Unsafe Bills � The PPJ Gazette
Sunday, February 13, 2011
"Fixation with healthy eating can be sign of serious psychological disorder" and goes on to claim this "disease" is called orthorexia nervosa -- which is basically just Latin for "nervous about correct eating."
"Orthorexics commonly have rigid rules around eating. Refusing to touch sugar, salt, caffeine, alcohol, wheat, gluten, yeast, soya, corn and dairy foods is just the start of their diet restrictions. Any foods that have come into contact with pesticides, herbicides or contain artificial additives are also out."
Choosing healthy foods now called a mental disorder
Pepper spray release hospitalizes passengers at Powell St. station – California Beat
Related note: In 1950, the U.S. military released a "bacterial fog" over San Fransico to test biological warfare programs.
Hey CBS, I've got your chemtrail pictures right here!
Saturday, February 12, 2011
Market of Choice is a chain grocery in our area; a lot of high priced, gourmet stuff, with bakery, fish, meat, deli, cheese and wine departments. You can eat upstairs or downstairs by a fireplace, or outside. Very upscale. I shop there every week because in spite of the overpriced stuff there are good alternative items, and it just depends on what I'm buying. I avoid a lot of things; just get what I'm getting.
However, Market of Choice has a notoriously lousy rep as an employer; fascist tactics, such as point systems and typical heavy handed and trivial rules that contribute to the grinding down of the hoi polloi . All about control.
This corporate world view is applied to customers as well. Every week, without fail, the baggers would put all the cans in one bag, all the glass bottles in another, and not seem to understand that (since we always brought in our own bags) the insulated cooler bag was obviously for perishables. Instead, they'd put fish in the canvas bag, or lettuce, and, say, a bag of walnuts in the cooler bag.
Over Christmas, we noticed a new control tactic. We're next in line, waiting with our cart, and an employee comes along and just starts unloading our items from our cart onto the conveyor belt! She didn't even say anything to us. We said (nicely) we're fine doing it ourselves, thank you. This did not help move anything any faster in any way. Happened again today; we're in line, and a woman comes over and starts to take things out of our cart. We had already emptied most of the cart anyway, so I don't see what the purpose was. She was pretty snippy with us. As we're finishing up bagging our groceries, and I'm putting the bags into the cart, she comes along and takes an empty bag out of my hand and puts it in the cart! This after I told her I "got it" and didn't need help.
Under the guise of being helpful; this is really about control. Making sure the customer is moving along, fast enough, confused enough, not chatting with the employees, not hanging around, not stealing anything...
I haven't taken a train in a long time, but have been thinking of taking a train trip to Portland and Vancouver, British Columbia... but now I'm rethinking this. The following item addresses the control factor: Why take the fun out of rail commuting?
Last month, we began to see first-hand the results of our Big Brother from Washington. First, they issued directives that no one was to sit in the lounge car for more than 30 minutes, and they must purchase food and beverages to sit there at all (this car sits virtually empty in the early morning without commuters). Now there is a plan to intentionally block Internet service in the lounge car in order to discourage passengers from using this as a space to work and study. And this is on top of Amtrak's already poorly thought-out commuter schedule and ever-increasing monthly pass rates.As the Vicki Walker and Doug Walker point out in their article, these controlling actions don't do much to encourage citizens from seeking alternative transportation. (To be fair, as some of the comments state, taking up a table for four with all your books and laptop and a cup of coffee for the entire trip is rude and selfish.)
Eugene's Municipal Exclusion Law
The city of Eugene has an "exclusionary law" which means that, at their whim, police can prohibit citizens from certain areas of downtown. (such as it is.) Not coincidentally, Oregon has the highest homeless population in the nation. In the city's report one police officer gave an example of how the law is beneficial, citing homeless people as the victims, with the excluded in this case a person who was attacking homeless people.
While this law is unconstitutional, it hasn't been fought hard enough; so far, it's been ruled as sound, though the city says it will take another look at the ordinance soon.
Friday, February 11, 2011
Your Sex Questions Answered
DNA spray installed in my neigborhood (Amsterdam West) | Jantine Wijnja
'Theft by finding': Woman took thrown out Tesco waffles charged with stealing | Mail Online
Monday, February 7, 2011
Sales of Gulf of Mexico seafood are getting a boost from the military after being hammered by last year's BP oil spill, which left consumers fearing that the water's bounty had been tainted.U.S. military purchases Gulf of Mexico seafood, boosting an industry battered by oil spill
Gulf seafood sales fell sharply after a BP gulf well blew out in April, spewing millions of gallons of oil into the sea. Consumers have long feared that fish, oysters and other products could be tainted by oil and chemicals used to fight the spill, although extensive testing has indicated the food is safe. The perception has lingered - along with the poor sales.
The Defense Department-run Defense Commissary Agency - known as DeCa - sells groceries to military personnel, reservists, retirees and their families at cost plus a 5 percent surcharge. The stores have emphasized healthy diets as part of first lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" fitness and health campaign.
"What fits in with that better than seafood?" Ackerman said.
The gulf seafood promotion begins Tuesday at Belle Chasse Naval Air Station, La., where chefs from the military and New Orleans restaurants will prepare gulf delicacies. Some 20,000 people have commissary privileges at the air base just outside New Orleans.
Sunday, February 6, 2011
Be prepared for whenever the lights go out (Bill Husted:Cax newspapers) gives us advice on being prepared for power outrages. Good advice, and I plan to follow some of it. (As, indeed, we are in general terms.) The second article appeared in the Commentary section: How safe is too safe? with two sides of the argument debating the TSA and body scanners. Amazingly, the "pro" side is titled Learn to accept airport screenings as a layer of security. (Bogdan Kipling:
he either ignores, or simply doesn't get, the real reason for Homeland Security, TSA, scanners, pat-downs, and all the rest: control. Under the guise of the real threat of terrorism, the actual agenda is manifested.Much of her [Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano] timidity, it appears, may be linked to the vigorous attention of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, an organization known for its energetic protests every time a Muslim is singled out for screening.The organization maintains that full-body scanners violate Muslims’ “religious and privacy rights” and that a Muslim woman should be patted down only by another Muslim woman.
The constant hum of fear and anxiety getting louder, and presented as an acceptable reality. Security and personal invasions are here to stay, crazy weather and earth events are random and frequent.
Saturday, February 5, 2011
Untold thousands of marine animals float dead in Amazon river & Florida | The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond
At Aquidauana, pantanal region of the Mato Grosso do Sul state, shoals of painteds, pacus, golden fishes, cacharas – and even stingrays, are floating dead in Rio Negro, one of the largest in the Amazon River basin.
Friday, February 4, 2011
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
the FAA, which warns pilots that their GPS signal "may be unreliable or unavailable" due to "GPS tests" that the Department of Defense will be conducting between January 20th and February 22nd. Details are fairly light beyond that, but the FAA does note that when the "tests" occur they will be active for 45 minutes, and be followed by 15 minutes of off time --And that's when new reports of bird and other animal die-offs will appear.
The testing hasn't happened yet, and the die-offs occurred end of December and the New Year. Which suggests that testing has already begun -- sort of "pre testing."
Animal die-offs have been happening all over the globe, and not all of them are directly related to sinister covert activities of course. But none of this is a coincidence.