Technology

Kim Jong-Un has a cyber-army of 6,000 hackers and may soon be able to attack the US with miniaturised nuclear warheads, say South Korea

Tuesday, January 6, 2015
By Paul Martin

South Korea says Kim has twice as many hackers as previously thought Figure comes in wake of Sony hack and attack on South’s nuclear plants Kim regime may also be able to hit U.S. with nukes thanks to new rockets By CHRIS PLEASANCE DailyMailUK 6 January 2015 South Korea has accused Kim Jong-Un of... »

S. Korea claims Pyongyang has nuclear missiles that could reach US

Tuesday, January 6, 2015
By Paul Martin

RT.com January 06, 2015 South Korea says its northern neighbor has developed compact nuclear warheads that could reach mainland America. Seoul also alleges Pyongyang shows no signs of stopping its nuclear program and has gained access to tons of weapons-grade plutonium. The South Korean Ministry of Defense published the revelations in a white paper,... »

Shocking Interview with Military Insider Exposes Chemtrail Cover-up

Tuesday, January 6, 2015
By Paul Martin

oshua Krause The Daily Sheeple January 5th, 2015 Even among die-hard conspiracy theorists, very few issues are more divisive than chemtrails, and for very good reason. It’s such a blatant, in-your-face attack on the American public, and would likely require large numbers low ranking logistics personnel to pull off. This sort of thing couldn’t... »

FBI: No Expectation of Privacy from Stingrays in Public

Tuesday, January 6, 2015
By Paul Martin

Agency claims citizens’ cell phone data up for grabs Mikael Thalen Prison Planet.com January 5, 2015 Two U.S. Senators attempting to investigate government use of cellphone interceptors, commonly referred to as “Stingrays,” have confirmed that no search warrants are obtained when FBI agents use the devices in public. Senators Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Patrick... »

This handy device will let you send text messages even after the grid crashes

Tuesday, January 6, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: Daniel Barker NaturalNews.com Tuesday, January 06, 2015 If and when the power grid goes down — along with the cell towers that depend on it — we will all undoubtedly be asking ourselves the same question: “How the heck will I be able to order a pizza?” All kidding aside, there is a... »

Homeland Security Dept. Blunder Opened Door to Cybersecurity Attacks on Power and Water Systems

Monday, January 5, 2015
By Paul Martin

AllGov.com Monday, January 05, 2015 Sometimes even when it’s trying to do the right thing, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) steps on a rake. A recent miscue by the department could make it easier for someone to bring down the nation’s power grid. A Freedom of Information Act request was filed with DHS... »

How Many of These Secret Surveillance Programs Do You Know About?

Sunday, January 4, 2015
By Paul Martin

Vladimir Platov Activist Post.com Sunday, January 4, 2015 According to various publications in the American and foreign media, the United States has created a global system of cyber espionage that allows the interception and processing of personal data around the globe in violation of fundamental human rights. Tapped phones, intercepted short messages, supervised discussions... »

Four ‘big’ parts of AirAsia QZ8501 plane found – Indonesian officials

Saturday, January 3, 2015
By Paul Martin

RT.com January 03, 2015 Search teams have discovered four large parts of AirAsia QZ8501, and 30 bodies of victims have been recovered, Indonesian search officials said. The plane crashed Sunday into the Java Sea with 162 people onboard. Earlier in the day, Indonesian search and rescue said that they had discovered two parts of... »

D.C.-Area Schools Track Students with 30,000 Surveillance Cameras

Saturday, January 3, 2015
By Paul Martin

Police given access to watch students in real-time Mikael Thalen Prison Planet.com January 2, 2014 Public schools throughout the Washington, D.C.-area are being outfitted with thousands of surveillance cameras despite little to no input from students and parents. According to an investigation by News4, more than 30,000 cameras are currently operating throughout multiple school... »

Geo-Engineering Scientist ‘Terrified’ of Projects He Helped Create

Friday, January 2, 2015
By Paul Martin

Christina Sarich Prison Planet.com January 2, 2015 Dr. Matthew Watson from Bristol University in the UK told the media recently that he’s “terrified” by many of the geoengineering projects currently in the works to thwart man-made climate change, a phenomenon being hawked as an excuse for weather modification programs by many in mainstream science... »

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