Saturday, February 13, 2016

No Planes on 911 - Part 1 by Gari Jones

For sure, be sure to see the last 10 minutes if nothing else.  It was posted in 2013 and includes,  then newly released video showing the absence of the pentagon plane.  Also worthy of note is where they discuss the fact that two buildings are,  in fact,  located in front of the south tower,  you'll note that there is north tower smoke obscuring the side of one of these forward buildings.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Petition Wants U. S. Gov’t to ‘Do Something!’ Female Soldiers Get 25 Years…for Being Lesbian


*The mother of one of the two female soldiers who served seven years in Kuwait have filed a petition on asking president Obama and the United States government to intervene on a sentence carried out against their daughters: Monique Coverson and her partner, Larissa.
The petitioners suspect the women were targeted because they are lesbians
The two women lived an openly gay lifestyle during the years they served in the U. S. Army in Kuwait. When their service ended, the two were even able to get jobs as military contractors and returned to the Middle East to work in Kuwait.
But according to Jasmine Coverson, Monique’s mother, things changed on the morning of May 8, 2015.
The women’s house was raided and police confiscated one ounce of a “tobacco-like” substance. It was sent to a lab in Germany for analysis, and it was determined to be a substance that is completely legal in Kuwait. READ MORE

'Internet of Things' an Absolute Goldmine for Big Brother, Admits Top US Spy

DNI James Clappers acknowledges "intelligence services might use the [web-connected home devices] for identification, surveillance, monitoring, location tracking, and targeting for recruitment."
Though DNI James Clapper did "not specifically name any intelligence agency as involved in household-device surveillance", reports Spencer Ackerman, "security experts examining the internet of things take as a given that the US and other surveillance services will intercept the signals the newly networked devices emit, much as they do with those from cellphones." (Image: Shutterstock)

Sworn testimony delivered to the U.S. Congress by Director of National Intelligence James Clapper raised eyebrows on Tuesday as he acknowledged publicly for the first time that surveillance agencies are almost certain to exploit (if they aren't already) the increasing number of web-connected devices—also known as the "Internet of Things"—as a way to keep tabs on the population in the coming years.
"In the future, intelligence services might use the [Internet of Things] for identification, surveillance, monitoring, location tracking, and targeting for recruitment, or to gain access to networks or user credentials," Clapper said in his submitted testimony (pdf). READ MORE