Police State

When It Becomes Serious, First They Lie – When That Fails, They Arrest You

Monday, March 16, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Charles Hugh-Smith ZeroHedge.com 03/16/2015 Simply put: when lies no longer work, governments freak out and devote their resources not to eliminating wars of choice, cronyism and corruption but to suppressing dissent and resistance to those policies. The U.S. government has always been free to pursue wars of choice with its professional military, with... »

Minority Report (2002) Esoteric Analysis – Pre-Crime is Now Here!

Sunday, March 15, 2015
By Paul Martin

JaysanAlysis.com 3/15/2015 Spielberg’s Minority Report is now an important film to revisit. Based on the short story by visionary science fiction author Phillip K. Dick, Spielberg’s film version implements an important number of predictive programming elements not found in Dick. Both are worth a look, but the film is important for JaysAnalysis, since now... »

‘Freedom in jeopardy': Thousands rally across Canada against new anti-terror law

Sunday, March 15, 2015
By Paul Martin

RT.com March 15, 2015 Thousands of demonstrators have united across Canada to take action against proposed anti-terrorism legislation known as Bill C-51, which would expand the powers of police and the nation’s spy agency, especially when it comes to detaining terror suspects. Organizers of the ‘Day of Action’ said that “over 70 communities” across... »

CIA director: Social media ‘greatly amplifies’ terror threat

Saturday, March 14, 2015
By Paul Martin

By Douglas Ernst The Washington Times Friday, March 13, 2015 CIA Director John Brennan said Friday that changing technology and social media websites have “greatly amplified” the security threats facing the free world. Mr. Brennan told the Council on Foreign Relations in New York that the Islamic State group, for example, uses new technologies... »

FCC to Seize Cable TV, Radio & Broadband Regulations for Internet Takeover

Friday, March 13, 2015
By Paul Martin

FCC cherry picking existing laws for cable, radio & broadband to regulate Internet by ALEX JONES & KIT DANIELS INFOWARS.COM MARCH 13, 2015 The FCC is combining several separate sections of telecommunications law developed for radio, cable TV and broadband access for a regulatory takeover of the Internet, according to its 400-page report released... »

FCC RULES DESIGNED TO STIFLE INTERNET POLITICAL SPEECH

Friday, March 13, 2015
By Paul Martin

Net neutrality is a classic Trojan horse by KURT NIMMO INFOWARS.COM MARCH 13, 2015 On Thursday the Federal Communications Commission made public a document detailing its so-called net neutrality rules that were approved two weeks ago on a 3-2 vote. A PDF version of the document can be downloaded here. The rules impose heavy... »

‘Jade Helm 2015′ 8-Week Summer Special Ops Exercises Prep For End Game And ‘Mastering The Human Domain’

Friday, March 13, 2015
By Paul Martin

By Stefan Stanford AllNewsPipeline.com March 13, 2015 From July 15th to September 15th of 2015, the US Army’s Green Berets, US Navy Seals, US Marines Special Ops Command and US Air Force Special Ops Command will be taking part in ‘Jade Helm 15′, 8 weeks of night time drills in 7 states in the... »

US Senate committee advances cybersecurity bill in secret session

Friday, March 13, 2015
By Paul Martin

Bipartisan group of senators vote 14 to 1 on Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act as lone dissenter calls measure ‘a surveillance bill by another name’ Alan Yuhas in Washington and Spencer Ackerman in New York GuardianUK Thursday 12 March 2015 The Senate intelligence committee advanced a priority bill for the National Security Agency on Thursday... »

‘Privacy killer': Senate panel quitely passes CISA ‘cybersecurity’ bill amid fresh surveillance fears

Friday, March 13, 2015
By Paul Martin

RT.com March 13, 2015 The Senate Intelligence Committee voted overwhelmingly to advance a cybersecurity bill meant to expand information-sharing between the private sector and the government, though privacy advocates contend it only strengthens domestic surveillance programs. Dubbed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA), the bill cleared the Senate Intelligence Committee by a 14-1 vote,... »

Warning: Your neighbor’s BBQ could be a terrorist meeting

Friday, March 13, 2015
By Paul Martin

MassPrivateI Friday, March 13, 2015 This summer beware: Is your neighbor having a cookout? Call the police, they could be a terrorist! This is no joke, it’s a sad state of affairs when no one is questioning the absurdity of the alleged war on terror (barbecuing)! The following B.S. bulletin prepared by the DHS... »

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