Fascinating. I've watched these videos through once so far and Im still trying to put things together. Turns out that Stanley Kubrick's personal views of politics mirrors a lot of what we believe. This is Part 3 of his analysis which includes the Gold Room. Please watch the entire series. I'm sure many of us would enjoy this. Please vote up. Enjoy the goose bumps.
Three American youth have been sentenced to prison for an alleged plot to blow up a highway bridge in Cleveland, Ohio, in yet another case of FBI agents deliberately inciting troubled youth to commit terror actions.
In an apparent forced plea bargain, in which government prosecutors intimidated suspects to plead guilty to avoid a harsher sentence, the three Americans were sentenced to prison on Tuesday by a federal judge.
School makes good on threat of ‘consequences’ for refusing to submit to ‘Mark of the Beast’ ID scheme
Aaron Dykes | Infowars.com
November 19, 2012
After months of protesting a policy requiring high school students to wear an RFID-enabled ID badge around their necks at all times, Andrea Hernandez is being involuntarily withdrawn from John Jay High School in San Antonio effective November 26th, according to a letter sent by the district that has now been made public.
RT: In a single second, law enforcement agents can match a suspect against millions upon millions of profiles in vast detailed databases stored on the cloud. It’s all done using facial recognition, and in Southern California it’s already occurring.
Imagine the police taking a picture: any picture of a person, anywhere, and matching it on the spot in less than a second to a personalized profile, scanning millions upon millions of entries from within vast, intricate databases stored on the cloud.
It’s done with state of the art facial recognition technology, and in Southern California it’s already happening.
Hedge funds took profits and piled on millions in debt at Hostess. They created this bankruptcy, not unions
By Jake Blumgart | Salon.com
As Hostess moved to end its operations last week — a bankruptcy judge asked the company Monday to try mediation with its unions; those talks are scheduled to begin today — commentators were eager to blame the rigidity of unions.
But the story is far more complicated than that — and in some ways, the exact opposite of the tale pushed by those on the right. It’s the story of two bankruptcies, hundreds of millions of givebacks from Hostess unions and hundreds of millions of debt piled onto the company by venture capitalists. It’s a story of management that boosted its own salaries, while failing to make agreed payments into workers’ pension funds. And it’s a story of changing tastes and diets.
(NaturalNews) Dissatisfaction is spreading rapidly throughout a very divided nation in the wake of the Nov. 6 elections, as citizens in nearly every state have begun petitioning the federal government to leave the union.
The secession effort is being led by the independence-minded citizens of Texas, with more than 111,000 residents having signed an online petition requesting secession as of this writing.
Lawmakers in Texas are set to respond to a growing wave of discontent with federal authority, as they look set to consider a pair of bills that will set the state on a collision course with Washington.
Let the nullification begin
CNBC | November 20, 2012
Part 2: Peter Schiff: QE to Push Gold Higher - CNBC 11/20/2012
UPDATE - Student Expelled for Refusing Location Tracking RFID Badge: Rutherford Institute to Seek Prelim. InjunctionSubmitted by emalvini on Tue, 11/20/2012 - 15:02
Update to this story: Video: Student Expelled for Refusing Location Tracking RFID Badge
November 20, 2012
SAN ANTONIO, Texas —School officials for the Northside Independent School District in San Antonio, Texas, have informed high school student Andrea Hernandez that she will be “withdrawn” from John Jay High School’s Science and Engineering Academy, effective Monday, November 26, because she objects to wearing a name badge signifying participation in the school district’s new “Student Locator Project.” The badges include tiny Radio Frequency Identification (“RFID”) chips that produce a radio signal, enabling school officials to track students’ precise location on school property.
"Contrary to reports, the Romney camp probably wasn't terribly surprised by the election results."
November 19, 2012 | Alternet
The big chin-scratching story in the aftermath of the 2012 campaign is that the Romney-Ryan campaign was “shell-shocked” by its loss to Barack Obama. "I don't think there was one person who saw this coming," a senior adviser to the campaign told CBS . “There's nothing worse than when you think you're going to win, and you don't,” said another. “It was like a sucker punch."
The most likely explanation for that yawning disconnect is that the campaign figured it was better to appear to be entirely clueless about the race than acknowledge that it had been bullshitting its fat-cat donors about Romney's chances of winning in order to keep the cash spigot open.
Anatomy of the State is a brief but revealing literary expose of government by the famed Austrian economist - Murray Rothbard. The State is examined from a perspective not typically touched upon by mainstream authors concerning such matters. An introductory page adorns the quote:
“The greatest danger to the State is independent intellectual criticism.”
~ Murray N. Rothbard (1926 – 1995)
The following is a summary of Anatomy of the State. Italicized portions that appear in block quote are either direct quotes from the book or from the citation specified in the text.
What the State Is Not
In the most basic sense, the State is an entity that sustains itself by maintaining a monopoly of force over a geographical area and uses that monopoly to extract sustenance from the productive individuals under its rule. The government is not “us.” This is a widespread misconception regarding the nature of the State. “We” are not the government. If “we” were the government, it could be justly rationalized that – “Government debt doesn’t matter because ‘we’ owe it to ourselves” – or – “If the government kills a portion of the population, it is actually an act of suicide. After all, those people were the State.” In a representative democracy, does the tyranny of a majority implicate the minority in the consequences of its actions? For instance, were casual drinkers responsible for the creation of Al Capone and the heinous acts he committed? Presently, are U.S. anti-war activists responsible for the deaths that resulted from the Iraq War? Absolutely not! The State is an organization independent of the individual. The People are not the State! The State is not the People!
Where is the outrage!
CNET reports Sen. Leahy (D) will not support the exception that includes warrantless access to email data. Don't let your guard down though, I will continue to watch this bill up to the vote. CNET - Leahy scuttles his warrantless e-mail surveillance bill
Proposed law scheduled for a vote next week originally increased Americans' e-mail privacy. Then law enforcement complained. Now it increases government access to e-mail and other digital files.
CNET- A Senate proposal touted as protecting Americans' e-mail privacy has been quietly rewritten, giving government agencies more surveillance power than they possess under current law.
CNET has learned that Patrick Leahy, the influential Democratic chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee, has dramatically reshaped his legislation in response to law enforcement concerns. A vote on his bill, which now authorizes warrantless access to Americans' e-mail, is scheduled for next week.
Revised bill highlights