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- A training device mistakenly left by a FBI Secret Service contractor at a Washington hotel was the "suspicious package" that prompted a building evacuation. The FBI and Secret Service sent teams of investigators to the Mayflower Hotel, a few blocks from the White House, after the package was found. Another possible false flag operation stopped before it got started.
- Infants have been stopped from boarding planes at airports throughout the U.S. because their names are the same as or similar to those of possible terrorists on the government's "no-fly list."
- All across America, people who have jobs working with the public are being trained to spy on the businesses and people they serve. Imagine, you pay the cable man or the exterminator hundreds of dollars for their service, and while they’re in your house they are spying on you – in many cases getting a percentage of anything seized from you
- At last count in 1998, the New York Civil Liberties Union found 2,397 cameras used by a wide variety of private businesses and government agencies throughout Manhattan. This time, after canvassing less than a quarter of the borough, the interns so far have spotted more than 4,000.
- "We must prevent the next war while simultaneously stopping the current one. We can do it and we must."
- Feel like getting something off your chest against that iniquitous warmonger in the White House? Well, you can write a letter to your newspaper, tune in to liberal talk radio, or click to a reliably leftie website. Alternatively, you can take a drive on the highways of the United States.
- Since he became a director of Applied Digital Solutions, a company that manufactures the VeriChip, Tommy Thompson, Bush's former HHS secretary, wants to tag all US citizens like cattle.
- Piece by piece, the central government demanded creation of key components, which, if integrated, could be used to create a virtual surveillance state. That integration is now an explicit objective of the Homeland Security Act.
- Rumors inside the military say that a growing faction of discontented high-ranking officers are attempting internally to try and stop the Bush administration’s imminent plans for war with Iran in an effort to avert global war.
- A computer chip will be embedded in passport covers...
- Troops Equate Civil Disturbances with Terrorism, Citizens are called "rebels"
- The plans of Northcom have their origins not in the terrible events of 9/11, but in longstanding concerns in corporate America about the political stability of the United States. This is a society increasingly polarized between the fabulously wealthy elite at the top, and the vast majority of working people who face an increasingly difficult struggle to survive. The nightmare of the American ruling class is the emergence of a mass movement from below that challenges its political and economic domination.
- The Pentagon has reasserted its control over old retired "cannon fodder" a/k/a military veterans, claiming that "retired soldiers are mobilization assets for life."
- While African-Americans have traditionally made up a significant percentage of the US Armed Forces, the numbers of Black enlistees is on the decline, reports the Dallas Morning News.
- The possible scenarios range from "low end," relatively modest crowd-control missions to "high-end," full-scale disaster management after catastrophic attacks such as the release of a deadly biological agent or the explosion of a radiological device, several officers said.
- Under the cloak of secrecy imparted by use of military code names, the American administration has been taking a big - and dangerous - step that will lead to the transformation of the nuclear bomb into a legitimate weapon for waging war.
- What a quandary. The U.S. has a shortage of students attaining education in science. Ah, but the military is stepping to the forefront.
- The Army provides its recruiters with efficient and thorough training manuals on all aspects of their job, including one titled, "The School Recruiting Program Handbook" (USAREC Pamphlet 350-13).
- Britain's MP George Galloway's visit to the United States in May and his appearance before a Senate committee, was the last gasp of political fresh air that we Americans have had. Since then, we've continued to be gagged by the cancerous smog of lies and disinformation, belching from the smoke stacks of an industrialized corporate media, fueled by feted government propaganda.
- The George W. Bush administration may soon resume production of antipersonnel land mines in a move that is at odds with both the international community and previous U.S. policy on the weapons, says a leading human rights organization. In December of this year, the Pentagon will decide whether or not to begin producing a new type of antipersonnel land mine called a ”Spider”. The first of these mines would then be scheduled to roll out in early 2007.
- Patents filed by an Israeli inventor Amit Weisman and US company Yardeni Associates of Connecticut make scary reading for nervous travellers.
- A federal judge in Portland ruled Thursday that Brandon Mayfield's high-profile challenge to the USA Patriot Act can go forward.
- The frightening by-product of these beliefs is that, since the Cult is in Power in the United States, it is so easy to create the very situations which are described, thus ensuring the fulfillment of the ideas of the Dispensationalists: the Cult that wants to Create Armageddon and needs 5 billion people on the planet to go willingly to the sacrificial altar, and the Muslims have been chosen to be first.
- 1. Terror attacks, perhaps in the form of perceived suicide bombings, will take place at venues that represent the heart of America, such as a baseball game or holiday celebration. 2. A US warship will come under attack in the Persian Gulf. 3. Nuclear terror will reach American shores...
- A federal agent seeking, for instance, to tap a citizen’s telephone or bug his home is required by the Patriot Act only to "certify" that "information likely to be obtained by such installation and use is relevant to an ongoing criminal investigation." The judge is then required to issue a warrant for that surveillance, whether he believes that agent or not. Given the notorious dishonesty among federal officials in the Bush regime, we are left with precious little protection against Big Brother.
- Given that the attacks of 9/11 and 7/7 were both false flag operations masked by simultaneous "terror drills," it behooves those of use seeking to halt the cycle of synthetic terror and expanding police state to note upcoming drills that could be used as a cover for another inside job terrorist attack. The United States Army's NORTHCOM command has announced one such drill for an indeterminate date next August.
- Perhaps the greatest outrage about the new New York City government's policy of random bag searches in the subway is the lack of outrage about it. Where are the stories about people turning around and not being searched, interviews with opponents of the policy, or even an in depth discussion of the legalities of it?
- Imagine that every time you printed a document, it automatically included a secret code that could be used to identify the printer -- and potentially, the person who used it.
- "It's very reminiscent of the '50s and the 'red scare' where people showed up at libraries trying to find which political books professors had read, because they were going to be put on a communist list or something," said Michael Gorman, a British-born librarian who heads the U.S. library group.
- New York's rulers have already trotted out this blatherskite to justify their rifling of commuters' belongings.
- Citizenship “training,” whether in or out of school, wherever and whenever it has been practiced, is nothing more than an organized conspiracy to make children and adults exactly what the state wants them to be: stupid, compliant, tax-paying slaves, easily led to believe that voting makes a difference and serving as cannon-fodder for imperial adventures is a patriotic and moral calling. Trained to do what they are told, not complain, and not ask questions, law-abiding Americans have been aptly honed to be perfect Nazis
- I’ve long suspected that the phenomena of reality TV was not just a form of popular entertainment but was intended to condition the public in preparation for a total surrender of privacy and the imposition of a police state. That reality is now upon us.
- McCarthy-style witch hunts are coming back, and the first place we'll be seeing them is at Pennsylvania's public colleges and universities.
- ...civil liberties groups say that because the act mandates secrecy about many of its uses, Americans may never know whether their privacy has been violated by law-enforcement investigators relying on the act's powers.
- President Bush will soon announce whether the United States military is going to occupy yet another region of the world, and, if anything, this new occupation will be as costly and counterproductive as the one in Iraq.
- The searches that have begun on the New York subway are only the beginning.
- As each day passes, and we continue to see our “representatives” refusing to represent American freedom, and as we continue to see our voting powers eliminated by the non-elected partnership-stakeholding system of leadership, one wonders if there will ever be another election. Specifically, one wonders if Martial Law will be implemented before another election date rolls around. Due to the fact that our nation has been totally and very skillfully bankrupted by highly educated economic experts, one wonders if we have been set up to purposefully crash, whereby giving Martial Law its jurisdiction.
- Isn’t it nice of New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly to allow citizens to “turn around and leave” the subway system instead subjecting themselves to massive violations of the Fourth Amendment of the (now almost completely dead) Constitution.
- The fact that they are outing this NOW leads me to believe they have this shit in the testing/application phase for at least a couple of years.
- Subway riders may face random police checks of their bags under a security measure being considered in the nation's capital, the latest city to look for ways to deter terrorism on rail systems.
- Lenses, pocket change could intensify effect of ‘less lethal’ weapon
- The Defense Department quietly asked Congress on Monday to raise the maximum age for military recruits to 42 for all branches of the service.
- The targeting of cities, which are large population centers, continues today. The pattern of slaughtering civilians remains unchanged.
- Chilling Political Speech
- For the past few years, U.S. citizens have lived with an increasingly secretive government.
- The organizations, including the American Civil Liberties Union and Greenpeace, are suing for the release of the documents. The organizations contend that the material will show that they have been subjected to scrutiny by FBI task forces set up to combat terrorism.
- A teenager was jailed for nine days after being accused of burning an American flag on the Fourth of July, and he faces trial next month.
- The missile has a blunt nose that, combined with high velocity, creates a bubble of air in front of the weapon. The idea is that the bubble forces earth out to the sides as the missile descends, creating a cavity that the weapon can slide through.
- On June 29 President Bush took the great leap forward in transforming the nation’s intelligence services by ordering a restructuring of the FBI and putting “a broad swath of the agency” under the direct control of the executive. Bingo -- Bush’s personal secret police: an American Gestapo.
- Military's use of firm to acquire youth data raises privacy fears
- The US Strategic Command in Omaha, Nebraska, is reported to be developing "global strike" options, including a nuclear option, against potential adversaries with nuclear weapons such as Iran and North Korea.
- Not so coincidentally, seven of the 13 members of the Rumsfeld space commission had ties to aerospace companies that could stand to gain from the launching of a major space weapons program.
- A team of Senate and House Democrats today are planning to introduce legislation today aimed at significantly increasing size of the U.S. Army.
- It's been a tough year for the US military. But you wouldn't know it from the Internet, now increasingly packed with slick, non-military looking websites of every sort that are lying in wait for curious teens (or their exasperated parents) who might be surfing by.
- Seven high-security federal prisons will be getting lethal electrified fences in a $10 million project intended to reduce the number of perimeter guards needed.
- The USA is building a very large, secret base in Israel. What are the reasons that the USA is building this base in Israel?
- And thus we see the true magic in Bush's education system, a system that will transform smart children into standardized cogs. Wave the standardized test wand and slower students can be transformed from kids into cons, maybe even cannon fodder.
- While the positive scientific and technological aspects of the successful mission have received splashy worldwide attention, scant notice has been paid to the destructive military applications and capabilities demonstrated and suggested by Deep Impact. In light of the weaponization of space that is being aggressively pursued by the Bush administration, all space policy must be examined with these potentially cataclysmic implications in mind.
- They're not just after your credit card or Social Security numbers
- A new policy requires state troopers to stop at least one vehicle an hour, whether the driver has done anything wrong or not.
- "These sorts of national security issues seem to be intruding in ways one would never have expected," said Perry Plumart, director of conservation advocacy for the American Bird Conservancy. "You expected airline security; you don't expect it when you go birding. Who knew you'd have a police escort?"
- Former intelligence officer speaks out on coming U.S. martial law
- The document acknowledges, for instance, plans to team military intelligence analysts with civilian law enforcement to identify and track suspected terrorists. It also recognizes an expanded role for the National Guard in preparing to deal with the aftermath of terrorist attacks. And it asserts the president's authority to deploy ground combat forces on U.S. territory "to intercept and defeat threats."
- The DOD began building an extensive data base of 30 million 16- to 25- year-olds, combining names with Social Security numbers, grade-point averages, height and weight, e-mail addresses and phone numbers.
- It's odd that Congress would pass a bill banning flag burning on the same week that reports confirmed the US military used napalm in Iraq. Apparently, it's alright to incinerate Iraqis, but not okay to burn a 5'x7' piece of tri-colored cloth.
- Justice Department attempts to quash testimony by wife of bioweaponeer William Patrick III in STEVEN J. HATFILL, M.D. v. ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT, THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE; THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION (et al).
- If you flew in June of 2004 the Transportation Security Administration now has a file on you, amassing such passenger records as our names, phone numbers, and credit card info.
- For the most part, the planes are flying in continuous circles to the left, which could indicate that they're equipped with forward-looking infrared, known as FLIR.
- "We would like to be able to use cutting-edge types of media," said Col. James Treadwell, director of the Joint Psychological Operations Support Element, a part of Tampa-based U.S. Special Operations Command. "If you want to influence someone, you have to touch their emotions."
- Just six months into the government’s fiscal year, the Army was carrying almost the same number of deserters on its books as the service registered for all of 2004.
- A specifc public works project became "classified" following 911. This project, which has been on-going throughout the U.S., has lethal capabilities for innocent U.S. citizens.
- The FBI is to be re-organised, and will include another new intelligence body called the National Security Service.
- The young woman on the phone says she is proud to have won $50,000 in scholarships from the CIA.
- The list below contains many of the keywords the Government Spooks search YOUR email and chat for.
- The United States reportedly plans to resume production of plutonium 238, a substance so radioactive that a speck can cause cancer.
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