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“Hollywood HATES You!!” Tucker Carlson GOES OFF on the Emmys

Sep 20th 2017, 20:46, by Global Truth

“Hollywood HATES You!!” Tucker Carlson GOES OFF on the Emmys Tucker Carlson takes on Wendy Osefo on the Emmy Awards.   .

Government agencies fabricate science data all the time, warns science whistleblower

Sep 20th 2017, 17:39, by Global Truth

One of the biggest lies ever told by the left – and there have been many – is the idea that manmade global warming is going to lead to the end of our world, and that the only thing that can stop it is the implementation of a massive, centralized government. In order to sell this lie to the AmericanRead More

Solutions: Stop Using YouTube

Sep 20th 2017, 08:40, by Global Truth

Every year come 9/11 I see my “9/11: A Conspiracy Theory” video making the rounds again. But this year something marvelous happened. I was able to point people to my mirror of the video. And my Dtube mirror. And my mirror. And my mirror. The YouTube crackdown is coming (exactly as I warned you it would), butRead More

Russian Collusion: Hillary Clinton Invited Vladimir Putin To “Pay For Play” Event

Sep 20th 2017, 08:35, by Global Truth

In newly released emails which the mainstream media is willfully ignoring, Hillary Clinton invited Russian president Vladimir Putin to a Clinton Foundation event. The Russian collusion between Hillary Clinton is becoming very apparent. Hillary Clinton likes to talk a tough game about Russian President Vladimir Putin. And she likes to put him on the list of those at fault for herRead More

Deadly earthquake hits Mexico City

Sep 20th 2017, 08:13, by Global Truth

Thousands of people streamed out of buildings in Mexico City on Tuesday after central Mexico was hit by a magnitude 7.1 earthquake. The US Geological Survey said the quake was centered near the Puebla state town of Raboso, about 76 miles (123 km) southeast of the capita   .

Nikki Haley Meltdown: Assad Must Go…and War With North Korea!

Sep 19th 2017, 19:51, by Global Truth

There must be something about being named US Ambassador to the UN that brings out the inner mass murderer in people. Madeline Albright famously admitted that she thought 500,000 dead Iraqi children due to US sanctions was “worth it.” John Bolton never met a disagreement he didn’t want to turn into a war. Samantha Power barked about human rights whileRead More

Scientists And Physicians Send Appeal About 5G Rollout And Health Dangers To The European Union

Sep 19th 2017, 19:32, by Global Truth

On September 13, 2017, more than 180 scientists and doctors sent an 11-page Appeal for a moratorium on the roll out of 5G in the European Union. The reason for the appeal is “RF/EMF has been proven to be harmful for humans and the environment,”but 5G has not been investigated fully for potential health hazards and environmental impact by INDEPENDENT scientists, rather than industry scientistsRead More

Putin orders to end trade in US dollars at Russian seaports

Sep 19th 2017, 19:27, by Global Truth

Russian President Vladimir Putin has instructed the government to approve legislation making the ruble the main currency of exchange at all Russian seaports by next year, according to the Kremlin website. To protect the interests of stevedoring companies with foreign currency obligations, the government was instructed to set a transition period before switching to ruble settlements. According to the headRead More

Planet X to really cause mass extinction this month?

Sep 19th 2017, 10:14, by Global Truth

The elusive Planet X, or Nibiru, with its unimaginably long 27-million-year orbit, is still only a theory to many. But one astrophysicist believes it spells doom for Earth. Nibiru’s arrival this month, he says, will bring about a mass extinction of untold proportions. The celestial body, theorized in many an ancient text – most notably among the Sumerians –  isRead More

Lady Gaga posting occult picture telling she is in pain

Sep 19th 2017, 10:02, by Global Truth

“Lady Gaga is suffering from severe physical pain that has impacted her ability to perform,” a statement from her label published on Monday reads. “She remains under the care of expert medical professionals who recommended the postponement earlier today.” The 31-year-old singer also shared a occult message with fans on Instagram, saying she has been “searching for years to getRead More

Freedom Is a Myth: We Are All Prisoners of the Police State’s Panopticon Village

Sep 19th 2017, 08:15, by Global Truth

“We’re run by the Pentagon, we’re run by Madison Avenue, we’re run by television, and as long as we accept those things and don’t revolt we’ll have to go along with the stream to the eventual avalanche…. As long as we go out and buy stuff, we’re at their mercy… We all live in a little Village. Your Village may beRead More

A World Doomed in a Never Ending War

Sep 19th 2017, 08:00, by Global Truth

Are you disappointed with Donald Trump’s bellicose continuing with the deployment in Afghanistan? Well, if you are not; you should be. Predicting a non ideological President, who prides himself on making pragmatic decisions, raises prognostication to a new level of mystical proportions. Instilling hope during an election campaign seldom translates into dynamic action on every pledge made. Defending Trump noRead More

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Late Night Comics Destroyed In Attempt To Ridicule Trump

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Trump Declares War On Global Crime Syndicate In Epic UN Speech

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Trump Declares War On Global Crime Syndicate In Epic UN Speech


Porn Is Stunting Sexual Development Of US Teens

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The Left Is Scared Of The Libertarian Movement Because It Is Open And Free

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“The News” is a Social Construct. It is Used to Program You.

Sep 20th 2017, 09:52, by Corbett, James Corbett

If all the “alternative” media ever does is report on “the news” (as decided by the MSM), then aren’t they just unwitting participants in the mockingbird media system? Join James for this heady thought for the day as he dissects the idea of “the news” and talks about the real value of an outlet like The Corbett Report.

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thenews.mp4 (video/mp4, 5 MB)

Jeffrey Tucker Reveals the Future Bit by Bit

Sep 20th 2017, 01:11, by Corbett, James Corbett

Jeffrey Tucker of joins James to talk about his book, Bit by Bit: How P2P Is Freeing the World. We discuss how “the market” is about cooperation and discovery, and how revolutionary peer-to-peer technology is now making the state and all of its functions and functionaries obsolete.

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tucker-bitbybit.mp4 (video/mp4, 137.3 MB)

Interview 1300 – Jeffrey Tucker Reveals the Future Bit by Bit

Sep 18th 2017, 07:25, by Corbett, James Corbett

Jeffrey Tucker of joins James to talk about his book, Bit by Bit: How P2P Is Freeing the World. We discuss how “the market” is about cooperation and discovery, and how revolutionary technology is now making the state and all of its functions and functionaries obsolete.

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Solutions: Stop Using YouTube

Sep 17th 2017, 05:19, by Corbett, James Corbett

Every year come 9/11 I see my “9/11: A Conspiracy Theory” video making the rounds again. But this year something marvelous happened. I was able to point people to my mirror of the video. And my Dtube mirror. And my mirror. And my mirror. The YouTube crackdown is coming (exactly as I warned you it would), but the YouTube exodus is also here (just as I predicted at the beginning of the year). The only problem is there are too many platforms to keep track of.

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solutionsaltplatforms.mp4 (video/mp4, 9 MB)

Interview 1300 – Music Theory to Conspiracy Theory on The Ripple Effect

Sep 15th 2017, 04:47, by Corbett, James Corbett

James returns to The Ripple Effect Podcast as a co-host, to help Ricky interview Vinnie, as we discuss everything from Music Theory to Conspiracy Theories.

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2017-09-14 Ripple Effect.mp3 (audio/mpeg, 112.6 MB)

Ghostwriters on the Storm: How Big Pharma (and everyone else) Ghostwrites Articles

Sep 12th 2017, 12:30, by Corbett, James Corbett

Did you ever read an “article” on a “reputable news site” that was so much like an advertisement that you had to double-check you weren’t reading a press release? Well guess what? You probably were! Today James goes over a couple of examples of how Big Pharma and Big Agra ghostwrite articles to disguise PR as news.

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Zwartboek NOSjournaal

Sep 20th 2017, 08:41, by TheKarskensTimes

The Karskens Times, website van journalist van het volk Arnold Karskens

De metafysica van de afscheiding – dag 2 – de droom van de afscheiding / geplaatst 20 september 2017

Sep 20th 2017, 08:30, by Wakkeremensen

De metafysica van de afscheiding – dag 2 – de droom van de afscheiding geplaatst 20 september 2017 De Eenheid van God en Zijn Zoon

Op deze dag van je leven / 20 September 2017 / Neal Donald Walsch

Sep 20th 2017, 08:15, by Wakkeremensen

20 September 2017 / Neal Donald Walsch Op deze dag van je leven, geloof ik dat God wil dat je weet… … dat je een puur kind van

Gasberen (Rob Leuven’s nutteloze leerstoel)

Sep 20th 2017, 08:04, by Interessante Tijden

Het ledenblad van de Jagersvereniging meldt dat een vloedgolf van ongewenste vreemdelingen vanuit Duitsland ons overspoelt. We hebben het dan over de Wasbeer (Procyon lotor), Waschbär, die in Duitsland volgens Der Spiegel (2012) al met mogelijk een miljoen dieren aanwezig

Een Schrijven van de Schepper / 19 September 2017 / door Jennifer Farley

Sep 20th 2017, 08:00, by Wakkeremensen

Een Schrijven van de Schepper 19 September 2017 / door Jennifer Farley, ” Jouw Gaven En Kracht ” Je weet wie je bent, je weet

Over de bijna doden niets dan goeds, maar zeker NIET de waarheid (video)

Sep 20th 2017, 07:56, by Geen Nieuws

Gelukkig is er in deze dagen van gemopper ook wat afleiding. Weliswaar niet op een prettige wijze, want sterven aan kanker wens je niemand toe. Maar als aasgieren rond een nog niet gestorven springbok of buffel, het is maar waar u het scenario wil zien, cirkelen tal van zogenaamde flinke

NOS en Telegraaf verharmlosen Amerikaans genocide-dreigement aan Koreanen

Sep 20th 2017, 07:56, by Blik Op NOSjournaal

De NOS bij monde van lichtgewicht Amerika-correspondent Woutertje Zwart en de Telegraaf in de persoon van Herman Stam, geven media-dekking a

Dagtekst van Woensdag 20 September 2017 door Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov

Sep 20th 2017, 07:45, by Wakkeremensen

Dagtekst van Woensdag 20 September 2017 door Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov De ademhaling – manier om in contact te komen met de spirituel

Heavenletter 2038: Een Ogenblik van Geluk / Geplaatst 20 september 2017

Sep 20th 2017, 07:30, by Wakkeremensen

Heavenletter 2038: Een Ogenblik van Geluk Brief uit de Hemel Geplaatst 20 september 2017 God zei: Is er enige reden waarom

Verwoestende aardbeving (7,1) treft Mexico: zeker 224 doden

Sep 20th 2017, 06:42, by Signs of the Times

Het dodental van de zware aardbeving in Mexico loopt snel op. Bij de aardbeving met een kracht van 7,1 zijn zeker 224 mensen om het leven gekomen. Gebouwen stortten in, mensen raakten onder het puin bedolven en de miljoenenstad Mexico-Stad is

Metro 2033 – Een dystopische toekomst met kenmerken van het Russische verleden

Sep 20th 2017, 06:23, by

In 2002 verscheen op de website van Dmitry Glukhovsky het boek Metro 2033 in delen online. Het boek was volledig gratis te lezen, en is dat in het Russisch nog steeds. De spelontwikkelaars 4A Games…

Rusland en de klimaatovereenkomst van Parijs

Sep 20th 2017, 06:00, by Climategate

Het grote voordeel van internet is dat je nog eens oude interviews kunt terugluisteren. Je kunt dan ook verifiëren of de verwachtingen die je daarin hebt uitgesproken, zijn uitgekomen of niet. Zo stuitte ik onlangs bij het surfen op internet op een oude discussie tussen Sible Schöne,…

Wij betalen met ons belastinggeld voor wapens die in Syrië dood en verderf zaaien. Deze documentaire doet je mond openvallen

Sep 20th 2017, 05:30, by NineForNews

Deze week kreeg de documentaire Shadow World in België een filmprijs voor beste documentaire. Dat melden verschillende media.

Miljoenennota verbergt 8 miljard bezuinigingen

Sep 20th 2017, 03:00, by De Lange Mars

Volgens de Miljoenennota 2018 blijft er na verdeling van alle kosten bijna 8 miljard euro over. Rutte bezuinigt zonder deze term te gebruiken. Het demissionaire kabinet heeft 8 miljard ruimte en weigert dit te gebruiken, bijvoorbeeld om de uitkeringen te

Sweden: Giving up neutrality against people’s will | (Verborgen) nieuws

Sep 19th 2017, 23:15, by Earth Matters

(Strategic Culture | Peter Korzun) Sweden, a non-NATO nation, has launched its largest military exercise in over 20 years

Jeroen Guijs in gesprek met Martijn van Staveren over Archonten en hoe deze te ontstijgen | Spiritualiteit | Wetenschap

Sep 19th 2017, 23:15, by Earth Matters

(Waarheid Openbaring) Jeroen Guijs in gesprek met Martijn van Staverenover Archonten en hoe deze te ontstijgen

Afwaardering vrije-uitloopei tot scharrelei | Duurzaam 2.0

Sep 19th 2017, 23:15, by Earth Matters

(Dierenperspectief | Wim van Oort) Als gevolg van de ophokplicht van pluimvee door de vogelgriep zitten alle kippen in Nederland sinds begin februari 2017 al meer dan 12 weken op stal

Cursus Schumann Resonantie op 11 en 12 november in Winsum, 25 en 26 november in Soest.

Sep 19th 2017, 22:40, by World Unity

De cursus Schumann Resonantie wordt verkwikkend en vernieuwend gegeven, vooral met de intentie om je energie, je trilling, te verhogen. Dit om je zicht te verbreden en om een betere wereld te maken…

Emmen dinsdag 14 november 2017. Lezing: Vreemde bewegingen in het luchtruim

Sep 19th 2017, 22:40, by World Unity

Anton Teuben is sinds 1985 in Nederland bekend als klokkenluider en UFO meldpunt. UFO’s zijn geen fantasie, ze bestaan wel degelijk. Bij de bekendmaking van buitenaards leven komen we ook in contac…

Je ergeren aan je kind is een tikkeltje dom

Sep 19th 2017, 22:00, by Nieuwetijdskind

Kleren die overal rondslingeren, iedere morgen gedoe om op tijd te komen of gezeur bij het eten, zomaar wat ergernissen in gezinnen. In ieder gezin zijn er terugkerende situaties die voor ons als ouders een bron van ergernis zijn. Voor iedereen zijn ze anders, maar wat ons verbindt is het…

Vergeten Dromen – 6 tips om alsnog je dromen te gaan waarmaken!

Sep 19th 2017, 22:00, by Nieuwetijdskind

Waarom vergeten veel volwassenen hun authentieke kinderdromen? Hoe voelde het ook alweer om vol van vertrouwen, enthousiasme en blijheid te zijn? Wil je dit heerlijke gevoel herontdekken, lees dan de tips in het artikel!

Emmen dinsdag 14 november 2017. Lezing: Vreemde bewegingen in het luchtruim

Sep 19th 2017, 21:52, by AntonTeuben

Anton Teuben is sinds 1985 in Nederland bekend als klokkenluider en UFO meldpunt. UFO’s zijn geen fantasie, ze bestaan wel degelijk. Bij de bekendmaking van buitenaards leven komen we ook in contact met de technologie die door UFO’s wordt gebruikt. Met UFO technologie was het gebruik…

Neonicotinoiden en fipronil vormen systemische bedreiging voor bijen én mensen

Sep 19th 2017, 21:44, by DuurzaamNieuws

Nieuw grootschalig onderzoek toont aan dat neonicotinoiden, waaronder fipronil, grote schade aanricht onder bijen en andere insecten, maar ook aan mensen.

Russische havens vervangen dollars voor roebels

Sep 19th 2017, 21:40, by Marketupdate

De Russische president Poetin heeft zijn regering opdracht gegeven om nieuwe wetgeving door te voeren, waarmee alle Russische havens met ingang van volgend jaar verplicht worden roebels te accepteren in plaats van dollars. Het plan om de havengelden in eigen valuta af te rekenen werd…

Nog meer vragen over het diabetes ongeluk

Sep 19th 2017, 18:50, by De Vrije Media

Eerder publiceerde De Vrije Media een artikel over de achtergrond van het diabetesongeluk van 10 juni jl. Verder onderzoek blijkt meer vragen dan antwoorden op te leveren. Zo blijkt een nadere besc…

Voortgang Over panels, plannen en planning

Sep 19th 2017, 18:19, by De Vrije Media

Inmiddels beginnen de ideeën om De Vrije Media verder door te laten groeien tot een volwaardig mediaplatform vorm te krijgen. Een aantal mensen heeft zich gemeld voor het panel en gezamenlijk wordt…

Rode, gele en groene vliegende schotels hangen uren boven bases op Zuidpool. Lees erover in dit CIA-document

Sep 19th 2017, 17:00, by NineForNews

In het internetarchief van de CIA is een document te vinden waarin wordt gesproken over vliegende schotels die boven de Zuidpool zijn gesignaleerd.

Plan Dutch Filmworks pakt onderliggende probleem niet aan

Sep 19th 2017, 16:54, by Bits of Freedom

Afgelopen zaterdag zaten we bij Kassa om uit te leggen waarom het plan van Dutch Film Works om illegale downloaders aan te pakken met een blafbrief geen goed idee is.

“In gelul kun je niet wonen”. Het naïeve ideaal van een gemeenschappelijk huis

Sep 19th 2017, 16:44, by

Bas Heijne, columnist en schrijver, is een scherp observator van sociale ontwikkelingen in ons land. In NRC Handelsblad schrijft hij wekelijks een lezenswaardige column over vooral de eigenaardighe…

NS wil camerabeelden delen met gemeente Breda

Sep 19th 2017, 15:45, by PrivacyNieuws

De NS heeft bij de gemeente Breda het verzoek neergelegd de beelden van de honderd tot 150 camera’s in en rond het station mee af te lezen. Om zo de veiligheid te waarborgen en sneller te kunnen optreden als dat nodig is. NS, ProRail en de gemeente Breda dragen gezamenlijk de zorg over de…

Overheid gaat in 2018 passagiersinformatie verwerken

Sep 19th 2017, 15:41, by PrivacyNieuws

De EU PNR-richtlijn (Passenger Name Record) schrijft voor dat volgend jaar mei in iedere lidstaat een PIU (Passenger Information Unit) aanwezig moet zijn. De eenheid Pi-NL zal reserverings- en check-in-gegevens van luchtvaartmaatschappijen in samenwerking met vergelijkbare units in andere…

USA situatie: WOZ waardedaling door zendmasten

Sep 19th 2017, 15:40, by StopUMTS

USA situatie: WOZ waardedaling door zendmasten

USA: De jongeren van nu groeien langzamer op dan hun ouders

Sep 19th 2017, 15:40, by StopUMTS

USA: De jongeren van nu groeien langzamer op dan hun ouders

Schildklierkanker, toename, twee artikelen

Sep 19th 2017, 15:40, by StopUMTS

Schildklierkanker, toename, twee artikelen

USA: 5G opponents launch statewide media campaign

Sep 19th 2017, 15:40, by StopUMTS

USA: 5G opponents launch statewide media campaign

Cursus ‘Straling meten voor beginners’

Sep 19th 2017, 15:40, by StopUMTS

Cursus ‘Straling meten voor beginners’

Ontdek wat je browser over je weet

Sep 19th 2017, 15:27, by PrivacyNieuws

Websites doen niets liever dan persoonlijke informatie over jou verzamelen. Meestal gaat het om redelijk onschuldige data die ervoor zorgt dat de advertenties die je te zien krijgt relevant zijn. Zo kunnen de uitbaters van sites de rekeningen, betalen zonder dat jij hoeft te betalen om een…

Is door SS’er opgericht Wereld Natuur Fonds CIA-product? (1)

Sep 19th 2017, 15:13, by Interessante Tijden

Socioloog Donald Gibson beschreef in Ecology Ideology and Power (2002) al hoe de internationale milieubeweging eind jaren ’60 met financiering van CIA-mensen als Robert Anderson (Aspen Institute, olie-maatschappij Arco) tot stand kwam. Zo kreeg Friends of the Earth (FOE) haar

Veel mensen zien in deze satellietfoto bewijs dat een schimmig overheidsproject verantwoordelijk is voor orkanen. Hebben zij gelijk?

Sep 19th 2017, 15:00, by NineForNews

Moeder natuur is niet verantwoordelijk voor het extreme weer in de VS, maar het schimmige overheidsprogramma HAARP zit erachter.

Elke werkende kreeg er van Rutte-II half procent koopkracht bij (en halve ton schuld om overal banken te spekken)

Sep 19th 2017, 14:59, by 925

Wat fijn, een half procent meer koopkracht! We staan er echt beter voor dan dik vier jaar geleden, bij het begin van ‘Rutte-II&rsqu…

Activist John Baselmans: ‘Orkaan Irma moest koninklijke cokehandel St. Maarten veiligstellen’

Sep 19th 2017, 14:56, by MartinVrijland

Activist John Baselmans (die zich zelf ‘het orakel’ noemt) benaderde mij naar aanleiding van mijn artikel over Sint Maarten. In dit artikel veronderstelde ik de mogelijkheid dat HAARP-technologie is gebruikt om de olie van Venezuela ‘veilig te stellen’. Reuters meldde op 14 juni 2017 dat de…

Orkaan Maria en haar geboorte op 23 september (video)

Sep 19th 2017, 14:02, by

Met in het achterhoofd dat de heftige orkanen zoals we die nu meemaken, worden gestuurd door de regen- en windmeesters van de elite, is de naam Maria voor de nieuwste orkaan veelzeggend. Aanstaande 23 september wordt door veel mensen uitgelegd als de geboorte van “iets” en dat allemaal in…

Welke verhaal vertel jij jezelf?

Sep 19th 2017, 13:32, by Just Be You

Welk verhaal vertel jij jezelf?Dit is iets wat ik heel vaak zeg en vertel. Als iemand zegt het is moeilijk of het is niet makkelijk dan vraag ik vaak: welk verhaal vertel je jezelf en welk verhaal wil je geloven? Vaak is het nodig om even bewust te worden en weer in de juiste flow te …

Deze projecten transformeren uitstoot in iets heel gaafs

Sep 19th 2017, 13:26, by hetkanwel

Heel veel mensen werken aan klimaatdoelen, hernieuwbare bronnen en groene innovaties. Hulde!

Sheldon Nidle – September 19

Sep 19th 2017, 13:01, by Galactic Channelings

Sheldon Nidle – September 19

Tapijtbombardement aan giftige chemicaliën daalt neer in Texas. Kijk hoe de overheid orkaanslachtoffers behandelt

Sep 19th 2017, 13:00, by NineForNews

In het door orkaan Harvey getroffen gebied in Texas daalt een tapijtbombardement aan giftige chemicaliën neer in een poging insecten te doden.

Het levensgevaarlijke EU monster dendert verder (video)

Sep 19th 2017, 12:49, by

In het algemeen zij wij als volk nogal ingenomen met onszelf, maar misschien zouden we dat minder zijn als we zouden weten dat wij de New World Order modelstaat zijn. Uit de toespraak van EU baas Jean Claude Juncker blijkt duidelijk dat het nu snel zal gaan met die nieuwe wereldorde en dat…

Zo kom je sneller van de griep af

Sep 19th 2017, 12:47, by GoedGezond

We vrezen allemaal de dag waarop we horen dat het griepvirus rond gaat. Je kunt de duur van griep zo kort mogelijk houden, op zo’n drie dagen. Kijk eens naar de strategieën en middelen die de griep…

Medisch Dossier : Het korte nieuws (September)

Sep 19th 2017, 12:23, by Dutch Amazing Nieuws Blog

In dit nummer Een mentale aanpassing De hersenen afstemmen Spring op de fiets Wondermiddel voor de hersenen De oorlog over vetten Kort nieuws Blauwe bessen houden u scherp Curcuminegel doet wondere…

Peter Pannekoek : Zacht van binnen (video)

Sep 19th 2017, 11:51, by Dutch Amazing Nieuws Blog

Vorig jaar was zijn eerste avondvullende theatervoorstelling ‘Zacht van binnen’ binnen mum van tijd uitverkocht. Theaters, publiek en pers waren enthousiast en daarom zal Peter Pannekoek, bekend va…

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Wikileaks Publishes Spy Files Russia Detailing Russias Mass Surveillance System

Sep 19th 2017, 17:17, by Grambler

FBI investigates school threats in Flathead

Sep 15th 2017, 04:15, by Montana

President Trump Signs a Resolution Condemning White Supremacists.

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Shooting reported at Washington State high school

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Lawsuit settled over rights to monkeys selfie photo

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thumbnail EXTREME 90-Day Natural Body Transformation Video – EVERY SINGLE DAY in 4 Minutes!!

Sep 18th 2017, 20:09, by HighImpactFlix

thumbnail This Wolf of Wall Street Just Tried to Scare You Back to Failing Dollars!

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thumbnail If You Use the Internet You MUST See and Share This Video!!

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thumbnail A Short Message to the BEST Dang Subscribers on the Planet!

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Sep 13th 2017, 04:43, by HighImpactFlix

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Sep 19th 2017, 05:13

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Small-Town American Budgets Devastated By Opioid Crisis As 41 States Subpoena Big Pharma

Sep 19th 2017, 20:45, by Zero Hedge


A surge in Opioid consumption, primarily prescription painkillers, heroin and fentanyl – a drug 50 to 100 times more powerful than morphine – and the resulting spike in overdose related deaths is devastating families in rural America.  But the opioid epidemic is laying waste to more than just the broken families it counts among its victims, as Reuters points out today, rural municipalities are finding it nearly impossible to fund the surging costs associated with overdoses which come in the form of emergency call volumes, medical examiner and coroner bills, and overcrowded jails and courtrooms.

As an example, Ross County, Ohio, a town of only 77,000, says its budget for child services has doubled in just 5 years and 75% of the children place into protection come from homes where parents have opioid addictions.

Ross County, a largely rural region of 77,000 people an hour south of Columbus, Ohio, is wrestling with an explosion in opioid-related deaths – 44 last year compared to 19 in 2009. The drug addiction epidemic is shattering not just lives but also stressing the county budget.

About 75 percent of the 200 children placed into state care in the county have parents with opioid addictions, up from about 40 percent five years ago, local officials say. Their care is more expensive because they need specialist counseling, longer stays and therapy.

That has caused a near doubling in the county’s child services budget to almost $2.4 million from $1.3 million, said Doug Corcoran, a county commissioner.

For a county with a general fund of just $23 million, that is a big financial burden, Corcoran said. He and his colleagues are now exploring what they might cut to pay for the growing costs of the epidemic, such as youth programs and economic development schemes.

But it’s not just the cost of child services that is wreaking havoc on municipal budgets as everything from autopsy and toxicology costs to court fees and jail expenses are surging throughout rural America.

Autopsy and toxicology costs there have nearly doubled in six years, from about $89,000 in 2010 to $165,000 in 2016, county data shows.

Court costs are soaring, mainly because of the expense of prosecuting opioid-related crimes and providing accused with a public defender, local officials say.

The county is using contingency funds to pay for the added coroner costs, said Mike Baker, the county’s top government official. Last year, the county drew $63,000 from those funds, up from $19,000 in 2014, he said. In 2014, the county saw 10 drug-related deaths. In 2016, the number had grown to 53.

In Mercer County, West Virginia, 300 miles (483 km) to the south of Indiana County, opioid-related jail costs are carving into the small annual budget of $12 million for the community of 62,000 people.

The county’s jail expenses are on course to increase by $100,000 this year, compared to 2015. The county pays $48.50 per inmate per day to the jail, and this year the jail is on course to have over 2,000 more “inmate days” compared to 2015, according to county data.

“At least 90 percent of those extra jail costs are opioid-related,” said Greg Puckett, a county commissioner who sits on a national county opioid task force. “We spend more in one month on our jail bill than we spend per month on economic development, our health department and our emergency services combined.”

Meanwhile, as Bloomberg has just noted, attorneys general from 41 states are broadening their investigation into the opioid industry and have served subpoenas to five pharma companies that make the most powerful prescription painkillers.

They announced Tuesday that they had served subpoenas requesting information from five companies that make powerful prescription painkillers and three distributors. Forty-one attorneys general are involved.

The investigation into marketing and sales practices seeks to find out whether the industry’s own actions worsened the epidemic.

If the industry cooperates, the investigation could lead to a national settlement.

The Healthcare Distribution Alliance said in a statement that it’s not responsible for the volume of opioid prescribing but that it does want to work on solving the public health crisis.

Dozens of local and state governments have already filed, announced or publicly considered lawsuits against drugmakers or distributors.

To add some context to the scale of the opioid epidemic, the California Department of Public Health recently dropped some staggering statistics showing that there are a remarkable number of counties in California where annual prescriptions for pain killers actually exceed the population.

Trinity County is the state’s fourth-smallest, and ended last year with an estimated population of 13,628 people.

Its residents also filled prescriptions for oxycodone, hydrocodone and other opioids 18,439 times, the highest per capita rate in California.

Besides Trinity, other counties with more prescriptions than people include Lake, Shasta, Tuolumne and Del Norte counties. In the Sacramento region, El Dorado, Placer and Sacramento counties had prescription rates above the statewide average, with Yolo County slightly below the state average.

A county’s prescription total represents all opioids dispensed via prescriptions filled at a pharmacy and tracked by the state. Statewide, 15 percent of Californians were prescribed opioids in 2016, ranging from 7.3 percent of residents in tiny Alpine County to almost 27 percent in Lake County.

As might be expected, the scripts per capita are highest in California’s more rural northern counties.

So who is participating most in this deadly epidemic? Well, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the biggest abusers of opioids are high-school educated, unemployed, white people living in small towns…

“The following characteristics were associated with higher amounts of opioids prescribed: a larger percentage of non-Hispanic whites; higher rates of uninsured and Medicaid enrollment; lower educational attainment; higher rates of unemployment; (small-town) status; more dentists and physicians per capita; a higher prevalence of diagnosed diabetes, arthritis, and disability; and higher suicide rates,” concluded the authors of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study released in July.

“What you’re seeing in California is what you’re seeing in many parts of the country, including Oregon,”Korthuis said. “There are still a lot of rural counties around the U.S. that are awash in prescription opioids.”

Of course, growth in opioid addiction is hardly just a California phenomenon. According to the CDC’s Annual Surveillance Report of Drug-Related Risks and Outcomes, addiction-related deaths are far more prevalent in the rural ‘rust-belt’ states of the Midwest.

Meanwhile, the epidemic is growing far more severe every year with overdose deaths up 167% across the country since 1999.

The rate of drug overdose deaths increased from 6.1 per 100,000 population in 1999 to 16.3 in 2015; for unintenttional drug overdose deaths, the rate increased from 4.0 per 100,000 in 1999 to 13.8 in 2015; for drug overdose deaths involving any opioid, the rate increased from 2.9 per 100,000 in 1999 to 10.4 in 2015 (p<0.05); for unintenttional drug overdose deaths involving any opioid, the rate increased from 2.1 per 100,000 in 1999 to 9.3 per 100,000 in 2015 (p<0.05). For all four categories of drug overdose deaths, increases in rates were largest from 2013 to 2015, with the rate increasing on average by 9% per year for overall drug overdose deaths (p<0.05), 11% per year for unintenttional drug overdose deaths (p<0.05), 15% per year for drug overdose deaths involving any opioid (p<0.05), and 16% for unintenttional drug overdose deaths involving any opioid (p<0.05).

But don’t worry too much because, as Princeton Economist Alan Krueger told us recently, there is a simple solution to the opioid epidemic in the U.S…apparently it can all be solved with just a little more Obamacare.

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Happy Birthday CIA: 7 Truly Terrible Things the Agency Has Done in 70 Years

Sep 19th 2017, 19:45, by The Anti-Media


On Monday, President Trump tweeted birthday wishes to the Air Force and the CIA.

Both became official organizations 70 years ago on September 18, 1947, with the implementation of the National Security Act of 1947.

After spending years as a wartime intelligence agency called the Office of Strategic Services, the agency was solidified as a key player in the federal government’s operations with then-President Harry Truman’s authorization.

In the seventy years since, the CIA has committed a wide variety of misdeeds, crimes, coups, and violence. Here are seven of the worst programs they’ve carried out (that are known to the public):

1) Toppling governments around the world — The CIA is best known for its first coup, Operation Ajax, in 1953, in which it ousted the democratically elected leader of Iran, Mohammed Mossadegh, reinstating the autocratic Shah, who favored western oil interests. That operation, which the CIA now admits to waging with British intelligence, ultimately resulted in the 1979 revolution and subsequent U.S. hostage crisis. Relations between the U.S. and Iran remain strained to this day, aptly described by the CIA-coined term “blowback.”

But the CIA has had a hand in toppling a number of other democratically elected governments, from Guatemala (1954) and the Congo (1960) to the Dominican Republic (1961), South Vietnam (1963), Brazil (1964), and Chile (1973). The CIA has aimed to install leaders who appease American interests, often empowering oppressive, violent dictators. This is only a partial list of countries where the CIA covertly attempted to exploit and manipulate sovereign nations’ governments.

2) Operation Paperclip — In one of the more bizarre CIA plots, the agency and other government departments employed Nazi scientists both within and outside the United States to gain an advantage over the Soviets. As summarized by NPR:

“The aim [of Operation Paperclip] was to find and preserve German weapons, including biological and chemical agents, but American scientific intelligence officers quickly realized the weapons themselves were not enough.

“They decided the United States needed to bring the Nazi scientists themselves to the U.S. Thus began a mission to recruit top Nazi doctors, physicists and chemists — including Wernher von Braun, who went on to design the rockets that took man to the moon.”

They kept this plot secret, though they admitted to it upon the release of Operation Paperclip: The Secret Intelligence Program That Brought Nazi Scientists To America by Annie Jacobsen. In a book review, the CIA wrote that “Henry Wallace, former vice president and secretary of commerce, believed the scientists’ ideas could launch new civilian industries and produce jobs.” 

They praised the book’s historical accuracy, noting “that the Launch Operations Center at Cape Canaveral, Florida, was headed by Kurt Debus, an ardent Nazi.” They acknowledged that “General Reinhard Gehlen, former head of Nazi intelligence operations against the Soviets, was hired by the US Army and later by the CIA to operate 600 ex-Nazi agents in the Soviet zone of occupied Germany.”

Remarkably, they noted that Jacobsen “understandably questions the morality of the decision to hire Nazi SS scientists,” but praise her for pointing out that it was done to fight Soviets. They also made sure to add that the Soviets hired Nazis, too, apparently justifying their own questionable actions by citing their most loathed enemy.

3) Operation CHAOS — The FBI is widely known for its COINTELPRO schemes to undermine communist movements in the 1950s and anti-war, civil rights, and black power movements in the 1960s, but the CIA has not been implicated nearly as deeply because, technically, the CIA cannot legally engage in domestic spying. But that was of little concern to President Lyndon B. Johnson as opposition to the Vietnam war grew. According to former New York Times journalist and Pulitzer Prize-winner Tim Weiner, as documented in his extensive CIA historyLegacy of Ashes, Johnson instructed then-CIA Director Richard Helms to break the law:

“In October 1967, a handful of CIA analysts joined in the first big Washington march against the war. The president regarded protesters as enemies of the state. He was convinced that the peace movement was controlled and financed by Moscow and Beijing. He wanted proof. He ordered Richard Helms to produce it.

“Helms reminded the president that the CIA was barred from spying on Americans. He says Johnson told him: ‘I’m quite aware of that. What I want for you is to pursue this matter, and to do what is necessary to track down the foreign communists who are behind this intolerable interference in our domestic affairs…’”

Helms obeyed. Weiner wrote:

“In a blatant violation of his powers under the law, the director of central intelligence became a part-time secret police chief. The CIA undertook a domestic surveillance operation, code-named Chaos. It went on for almost seven years… Eleven CIA officers grew long hair, learned the jargon of the New Left, and went off to infiltrate peace groups in the United States and Europe.”

According to Weiner, “the agency compiled a computer index of 300,000 names of American people and organizations, and extensive files on 7,200 citizens. It began working in secret with police departments all over America.” Because they could not draw a “clear distinction” between the new far left and mainstream opposition to the war, the CIA spied on every major peace organization in the country. President Johnson also wanted them to prove a connection between foreign communists and the black power movement. “The agency tried its best,” Weiner noted, ultimately noting that “the CIA never found a shred of evidence that linked the leaders of the American left or the black-power movement to foreign governments.”

4) Infiltrating the media — Over the years, the CIA has successfully gained influence in the news media, as well as popular media like film and television. Its influence over the news began almost immediately after the agency was formed. As Weiner explained, CIA Director Allen Dulles established firm ties with newspapers:

“Dulles kept in close touch with the men who ran the New York Times, The Washington Post, and the nation’s leading weekly magazines. He could pick up the phone and edit a breaking story, make sure an irritating foreign correspondent was yanked from the field, or hire the services of men such as Time’s Berlin bureau chief and Newsweek’s man in Tokyo.”

He continued:

“It was second nature for Dulles to plant stories in the press. American newsrooms were dominated by veterans of the government’s wartime propaganda branch, the Office of War Information…The men who responded to the CIA’s call included Henry Luce and his editors at Time, Life, and Fortune; popular magazines such as Parade, the Saturday Review, and Reader’s Digest; and the most powerful executives at CBS News. Dulles built a public-relations and propaganda machine that came to include more than fifty news organizations, a dozen publishing houses, and personal pledges of support from men such as Axel Springer, West Germany’s most powerful press baron.”

The CIA’s influence had not waned by 1977 when journalist Carl Bernstein reported on publications with CIA agents in their employ, as well as “more than 400 American journalists who in the past twenty‑five years have secretly carried out assignments for the Central Intelligence Agency.”

The CIA has also successfully advised on and influenced numerous television shows, such as Homeland and 24 and films like Zero Dark Thirty and Argo, which push narratives that ultimately favor the agency. According to Tricia Jenkins, author of The CIA in Hollywood: How the Agency Shapes Film & Televisiona concerted agency effort began in the 1990s to counteract negative public perceptions of the CIA, but their influence reaches back decades. In the 1950s, filmmakers produced films for the CIA, including the 1954 film adaptation of George Orwell’s Animal Farm.

Researchers Tom Secker and Matthew Alford, whose work has been published in the American Journal of Economics and Sociology, say their recent Freedom of Information Act requests have shown that the CIA — along with the military — have influenced over 1,800 films and television shows, many of which have nothing to do with CIA or military themes.

5) Drug-induced Mind control – In the 1950s, the CIA began experimenting with drugs to determine whether they might be useful in extracting information. As Smithsonian Magazine has noted of the MKUltra project:

“The project, which continued for more than a decade, was originally intended to make sure the United States government kept up with presumed Soviet advances in mind-control technology. It ballooned in scope and its ultimate result, among other things, was illegal drug testing on thousands of Americans.”


“The intent of the project was to study ‘the use of biological and chemical materials in altering human behavior,’ according to the official testimony of CIA director Stansfield Turner in 1977. The project was conducted in extreme secrecy, Turner said, because of ethical and legal questions surrounding the program and the negative public response that the CIA anticipated if MKUltra should become public.

“Under MKUltra, the CIA gave itself the authority to research how drugs could:’ ‘promote the intoxicating effects of alcohol;’ ‘render the induction of hypnosis easier;’ ‘enhance the ability of individuals to withstand privation, torture and coercion;’ produce amnesia, shock and confusion; and much more. Many of these questions were investigated using unwitting test subjects, like drug-addicted prisoners, marginalized sex workers and terminal cancer patients– ‘people who could not fight back,’ in the words of Sidney Gottlieb, the chemist who introduced LSD to the CIA.”

Further, as Weiner noted:

“Under its auspices, seven prisoners at a federal penitentiary in Kentucky were kept high on LSD for seventy-seven consecutive days. When the CIA slipped the same drug to an army civilian employee, Frank Olson, he leaped out of the window of a New York Hotel.”

Weiner added that senior CIA officers destroyed “almost all of the records” of the programs, but that while the “evidence that remains is fragmentary…it strongly suggests that use of secret prisons for the forcible drug-induced questioning of suspect agents went on throughout the 1950s.

Years later, the CIA would be accused of distributing crack-cocaine into poor black communities, though this is currently less substantiated and supported mostly by accounts of those who claim to have been involved.

6) Brutal torture tactics — More recently, the CIA was exposed for sponsoring abusive, disturbing terror tactics against detainees at prisons housing terror suspects. An extensive 2014 Senate report documented agents committing sexual abuse, forcing detainees to stand on broken legs, waterboarding them so severely it sometimes led to convulsions, and imposing forced rectal feeding, to name a few examples. Ultimately, the agency had very little actionable intelligence to show for their torture tactics but lied to suggest they did, according to the torture report. Their torture tactics led the International Criminal Court to suggest the CIA, along with the U.S. armed forces, could be guilty of war crimes for their abuses.

7) Arming radicals — The CIA has a long habit of arming radical, extremist groups that view the United States as enemies. In 1979, the CIA set out to support Afghan rebels in their bid to defeat the Soviet occupation of the Middle Eastern country. As Weiner wrote, in 1979, “Prompted by Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Carter signed a covert-action order for the CIA to provide the Afghan rebels with medical aid, money, and propaganda.

As Weiner detailed later in his book:

“The Pakistani intelligence chiefs who doled out the CIA’s guns and money favored the Afghan factions who proved themselves most capable in battle. Those factions also happened to be the most committed Islamists. No one dreamed that the holy warriors could ever turn their jihad against the United States.”

Though some speculate the CIA directly armed Osama bin Laden, that is yet to be fully proven or admitted. What is clear is that western media revered him as a valuable fighter against the Soviets, that he arrived to fight in Afghanistan in1980, and that al-Qaeda emerged from the mujahideen, who were beneficiaries of the CIA’s program. Stanford University has noted that Bin Laden and Abdullah Azzam, a prominent Palestinian cleric, “established Al Qaeda from the fighters, financial resources, and training and recruiting structures left over from the anti-Soviet war.” Much of those “structures” were provided by the agency. Intentionally or not, the CIA helped fuel the rise of the terror group.

Weiner noted that as the CIA failed in other countries like Libya, by the late 1980s “Only the mujahideen, the Afghan holy warriors, were drawing blood and scenting victory. The CIA’s Afghan operation was now a $700-million-dollar-a-year-program” and represented 80% of the overseas budget of the clandestine services. “The CIA’s briefing books never answered the question of what would happen when a militant Islamic army defeated the godless invaders of Afghanistan,” though Tom Twetten, “the number two man in the clandestine service in the summer of 1988,” was tasked with figuring out what would happen with the Afghan rebels. “We don’t have any plan,” he concluded.

Apparently failing to learn their lesson, the CIA adopted nearly the exact same policy in Syria decades later, arming what they called “moderate rebels” against the Assad regime. Those groups ultimately aligned with al-Qaeda groups. One CIA-backed faction made headlines last year for beheading a child (though President Trump cut off the CIA program in June, the military continues to align with “moderate” groups).

Unsurprisingly, this list is far from complete. The CIA has engaged in a wide variety of extrajudicial practice, and there are likely countless transgressions we have yet to learn about.

As Donald Trump cheers the birthday of an agency he himself once criticized, it should be abundantly clear that the nation’s covert spy agency deserves scrutiny and skepticism — not celebration.

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Octlantis: The Newly Discovered Octopus City

Sep 19th 2017, 19:22, by Dawn Luger


Biologists have just discovered an underwater city of octopuses. Octlantis features dens made out of piles of sand and shells and is home to up to 15 of the cephalopods, according to marine biologists.

The scientists recorded 10 hours of video footage of the site now dubbed Octlantis, which lies 10 to 15 meters (33 to 49 feet) under the water and measures 18 by 4 meters (59 by 13 feet). The international team of researchers saw the gloomy octopuses meeting up, living together, communicating with each other, chasing unwelcome octopuses away, and even evicting each other from dens – so it seems Octlantis can be quite a rough place to live.

Octopolis seems to be centered on an unidentified human-made object about 30 cm (11.8 inches) in length, but there’s no obvious comparable object in Octlantis that creatures appear to have settled around. Instead, it might be jutting rocks that first attracted the octopuses to the area, according to the researchers.

“These behaviors are the product of natural selection, and may be remarkably similar to vertebrate complex social behavior,” lead researcher David Scheel, from Alaska Pacific University, told Ephrat Livni at Quartz. “This suggests that when the right conditions occur, evolution may produce very similar outcomes in diverse groups of organisms.” –Science Alert

Two behaviors at this site suggest that Octopus tetricus octopuses aren’t quite the loners they’ve always been portrayed as by biologists, but what we don’t know yet is whether these small octopus cities are particularly common, or exactly how they get started. Normally, octopuses meet to mate before going their separate ways and were never thought of as a social species.

The first odd social behavior is the “Octopus Fight Club.” The new octopus city lies in Jervis Bay on the coastline of eastern Australia and is close to another similar site discovered in 2009 called Octopolis. At that site, scientists have seen a kind of Octopus Fight Club take place in the past. Second,  the researchers also discovered the discarded shells of eaten prey scattered around the city and sometimes those shells were used to form dens.

“At both sites there were features that we think may have made the congregation possible – namely several seafloor rock outcroppings dotting an otherwise flat and featureless area,” says one of the team, Stephanie Chancellor from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

“We still don’t really know much about octopus behavior,” says Chancellor. “More research will be needed to determine what these actions might mean.”

*The research has been published in Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology.

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[WATCH] Angry Woman Verbally Abuses Man For Bringing PTSD Dog Into Restaurant

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An angry woman was captured on video screaming at a man for bringing his PTSD dog into a restaurant. The man remained silent during the verbal onslaught until coolly telling her to calm down.

Shocking footage captured the moment a woman yelled at a military veteran after he brought his PTSD dog inside the restaurant. Workers and diners queued up to defend the serviceman who remained silent during the unpleasant verbal onslaught.

Holding his dog’s leash, the veteran stands near his dog, which appears to be a Great Dane mix with an official military coat wrapped around its body. These animals help victims of serious injury or accident feel safe during potentially difficult social situations. And the dog was probably handy in this particular social situation.

The video immediately went viral with online users criticizing this verbally abusive tirade.

The woman repeatedly states that she finds animals, dogs included, in restaurants to be “gross.” When the screaming woman claims the veteran shouldn’t be allowed to bring his dog inside, one waitress is heard saying, “He’s allowed because he fought for our country.” The aggressive diner then responds erratically, claiming her husband was also a serviceman who died abroad and continued screaming. “It’s nasty to me, it’s f******* disgusting,” before calling various diners “w***es and b***es.”

Standing alongside a seemingly embarrassed male companion, the woman continues her tirade as the veteran tries to calm her down. It doesn’t take long for her to eventually begin threatening the staff to “shut her up.”

“Who’s gonna shut me up? Are you gonna make me? [sic],” pointing at workers. The staff continues to try to encourage the woman to leave, telling her she’s welcome to go eat somewhere else but she continues to yell loudly. After swearing and making more threats to more diners, the woman leaves the restaurant only to walk back in and shout, “It’s my opinion, none of y’all are gonna change it. It’s disgusting, it’s gross!”

Ironically, the “gross” and “disgusting” dog had more composure than the irate woman railing against its presence.

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Zero Hedge: Here’s What Your Identity Sells For on the Dark Web (Video)

Sep 19th 2017, 18:17, by The Daily Sheeple

The Equifax boondoggle has the potential to be cosmically bad!

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Source: This Is What Your Identity Sells For On The Dark Web

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Hurricane Maria Could Take Out Power in Puerto Rico Indefinitely and It’s Too Late to Prepare

Sep 19th 2017, 17:53, by Daisy Luther


It seems like no one can catch a break this hurricane season. Many islands, including the US territory of Puerto Rico, are taking a second hit from Hurricane Maria just over a week after Hurricane Irma tore through the region, and in their already weakened state, the damage could take out the power indefinitely.

Dominica was devastated last night

Hurricane Maria reached Category 5 levels yesterday just before making landfall in Dominica. The small island was absolutely devastated. No respecter of persons, it even ripped the roof off of the home of the Prime Minister.

Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit posted on Facebook:

Initial reports are of widespread devastation. So far we have lost all what money can buy and replace. My greatest fear for the morning is that we will wake to news of serious physical injury and possible deaths as a result of likely landslides triggered by persistent rains.

So, far the winds have swept away the roofs of almost every person I have spoken to or otherwise made contact with. The roof to my own official residence was among the first to go and this apparently triggered an avalanche of torn away roofs in the city and the countryside.

Come tomorrow morning we will hit the road, as soon as the all clear is given, in search of the injured and those trapped in the rubble.

I am honestly not preoccupied with physical damage at this time, because it is devastating…indeed, mind boggling. My focus now is in rescuing the trapped and securing medical assistance for the injured.

We will need help, my friend, we will need help of all kinds.

It is too early to speak of the condition of the air and seaports, but I suspect both will be inoperable for a few days. That is why I am eager now to solicit the support of friendly nations and organisations with helicopter services, for I personally am eager to get up and get around the country to see and determine what’s needed. (source)

Dominica has a population of 72,000 people and is 289 square miles.

During the storm’s siege on Dominica, it had maximum sustained winds of 150 mph and was downgraded to a Category 4, then an hour later, regraded to a Category 5.

After hitting Dominica, Hurricane Maria when past Martinique and Barbados causing little damage. The island of Guadeloupe, however, has lost all communication, so we don’t know how bad the damage was there at this time. This video was uploaded before communication was lost.

This video was taken on Monday night in Petit-Bourg, Guadeloupe, as Hurricane #Maria pummels the island

— CNN (@CNN) September 19, 2017

Hurricane warnings have been also posted for the U.S. and British Virgin Islands, St. Kitts, Nevis, Montserrat, Martinique, and St. Lucia. A tropical storm warning has been issued for Antigua and Barbuda, Saba, St. Eustatius, St. Maarten and Anguilla.

Next up: Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico, a United States territory, sustained a billion dollars in damage from Hurricane Irma, and now they’re up for Round Two, expecting a direct hit from Hurricane Maria tonight or tomorrow morning. Hurricane Maria has regained power and is again a Category 5 storm.

Governor Ricardo Rossello warned citizens:

“If you are in a flood zone or in a wood house, your life is in danger. There has never been an event like this in our history in the last 100 years. Our call is for all citizens to move to a safe place.” (source)

The governor also imposed rationing of batteries, milk, canned foods, flashlights and other supplies. Fuel was not rationed. (source) With supplies being doled out like this, there is absolutely no chance at this late hour to prepare for the long haul.  If someone isn’t well-prepared already, it’s too late to do more than the bare minimum now.

Puerto Rico’s financial problems certainly make the idea of recovery a lot more difficult. Bloomberg reports:

Puerto Rico is facing an active hurricane season with little financial ability to navigate a natural catastrophe. It filed for bankruptcy in May after years of economic decline and borrowing to fill budget gaps. A series of defaults have effectively left it unable to raise money in the capital markets. And its aging government-owned electric utility, the Electric Power Authority, is also operating under court protection from creditors. Puerto Rico’s emergency fund stood at about $32 million before Irma passed through.

Prepa, the government-run utility, is still trying to restore power to hundreds of thousands of residents after its electrical infrastructure sustained as much as $400 million of the nearly $1 billion of damage from Irma. It was already in need of upgrades because it relies on oil to produce most of its electricity and the median plant age is 44 years, more than twice the industry average. (source)

It’s entirely possible that Hurricane Maria will put the island in the dark for quite some time to come, completely changing their way of life. Gov. 70,000 people are still without power from their bout with Irma, and much more damage to the utility system is expected. Rossello said:

“We will not have sustainable electric infrastructure in the near future. We will be bringing in crews from outside of Puerto Rico to attend to these measures.” (source)

Philipe Schoene Roura, the editor of a San Juan, Puerto Rico-based newspaper, Caribbean Business, wrote:

Prepa Executive Director Ricardo Ramos Rodríguez recently said the powerlines carrying electricity in the public corporation’s system are in such a deteriorated state that a strong storm could leave the island without power for weeks.

“To give you a number, if during Hurricane Georges 100 lines went down in 1998, today the same [kind of ] hurricane would bring down 1,000,” the official candidly told Caribbean Business when asked about the possibility of Prepa’s system effectively withstanding the onslaught of a similar storm.

“The lifespan of most of Prepa’s equipment has expired. There is a risk that in light of this dismal infrastructure situation, a large atmospheric event hitting Puerto Rico could wreak havoc because we are talking about a very vulnerable and fragile system at the moment,” Ramos added…

…Francisco Guerrero (a fictitious name to protect his identity), a Prepa field worker for 23 years, said it would take months for Prepa to bring up Puerto Rico’s power system should a hurricane like Harvey strike the island.

The lack of linemen and other technical personnel, as well as a lack of equipment—including replacement utility poles for powerlines and replacement parts—are the issues of greatest concern among public corporation employees, who say they risk their lives working with equipment in poor condition that provides them with little safety.

Guerrero said that today only 580 linemen remain out of the 1,300 who were part of the workforce in previous years—and that’s not counting the upcoming retirement of another 90 linemen. Likewise, he said there are only 300 electrical line testers to serve the entire island.

The source also said that much of Prepa’s equipment dates back to the 1950s—and the more “modern” equipment that is still functional dates from the 1990s; in other words, it’s from the past century.

“If a hurricane like this one [Harvey] hits us, the system is not going to come online, I’d say, in over six months. Right now, the warehouses don’t even have materials. I’m talking about utility poles and other stuff,” Guerrero explained.

“How can you say that you have equipment that dates back to the 1950s and you are not buying parts to repair them? When it’s time for maintenance work, you don’t have the part and you leave things as they are, but there is an entry in the log saying maintenance was done. And yes, it was done, but the most important thing was not done, which was to replace that part,” he added.

Although he did not assign the debacle to former Prepa Chief Restructuring Officer Lisa Donahue’s order to stop buying supplies as the main cause for the lack of materials, he is certain the order was “the straw that broke the camel’s back.” (source)

If you are in the path of a hurricane and you are unable to evacuate, these tips may help. While it is too late to purchase supplies, some of the other ideas in this article may be helpful. Remember that surviving the storm is only a small part of the battle. It’s the aftermath that is the true challenge.

Everything could change in less than two weeks

Can you imagine living without electrical power for six months? This will completely change their way of life for many residents of Puerto Rico.

Yesterday, I wrote about people in Florida who are facing a few weeks without electricity, and suddenly, that doesn’t seem nearly as bad. At least on the mainland, there’s the possibility of leaving the area. On the mainland, you can get supplies. On an island, you’re totally isolated.

Think for a moment about how quickly this has gone down.

The country was already bankrupt, but now, with a one-two punch of natural disasters, there’s little way for them to recover. Unless a person was already well-prepared, there is not much chance of them stocking up now. In less than two weeks, everything could change for millions of people.

If you take no other lesson from all of this, consider how fast things can happen and stop procrastinating. Get prepared.

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Federal Reserve Sets the Stage for Global Economic Disaster (Video)

Sep 19th 2017, 17:06, by The Daily Sheeple

Easy money, the cure to the ‘Great Recession”, is now clogging the system and preventing a lot of small business owners and entrepreneurs from finding success. The size and scope of these assets bubbles haven’t been seen since the Great Depression and now the Fed will start tightening the money supply…This ain’t gonna end well, folks.

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Source: The Federal Reserve Is Setting America up for Economic Disaster

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Coroner’s Office May Have Fostered a Workplace Full of Gossip of Death Scene Trysts

Sep 19th 2017, 16:42, by The Daily Sheeple

A Pennsylvania coroner’s office stands accused of breaking almost every rule in the book; stealing pills from deceased bodies, flashing photos of an employee’s boyfriends’ genitalia to co-workers and even a tale of a late-night romp with a police officer at a death scene.

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Freedom Is a Myth: We Are All Prisoners of the Police State’s Panopticon Village

Sep 19th 2017, 16:11, by John W. Whitehead

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“We’re run by the Pentagon, we’re run by Madison Avenue, we’re run by television, and as long as we accept those things and don’t revolt we’ll have to go along with the stream to the eventual avalanche…. As long as we go out and buy stuff, we’re at their mercy… We all live in a little Village. Your Village may be different from other people’s Villages, but we are all prisoners.”— Patrick McGoohan

First broadcast in Great Britain 50 years ago, The Prisoner—a dystopian television series described as “James Bond meets George Orwell filtered through Franz Kafka”—confronted societal themes that are still relevant today: the rise of a police state, the freedom of the individual, round-the-clock surveillance, the corruption of government, totalitarianism, weaponization, group think, mass marketing, and the tendency of humankind to meekly accept their lot in life as a prisoner in a prison of their own making.

Perhaps the best visual debate ever on individuality and freedom, The Prisoner (17 episodes in all) centers around a British secret agent who abruptly resigns only to find himself imprisoned, monitored by militarized drones, and interrogated in a mysterious, self-contained, cosmopolitan, seemingly tranquil retirement community known only as the Village. The Village is an idyllic setting with parks and green fields, recreational activities and even a butler.

While luxurious and resort-like, the Village is a virtual prison disguised as a seaside paradise: its inhabitants have no true freedom, they cannot leave the Village, they are under constant surveillance, their movements are tracked by surveillance drones, and they are stripped of their individuality and identified only by numbers.

The series’ protagonist, played by Patrick McGoohan, is Number Six.

Number Two, the Village administrator, acts as an agent for the unseen and all-powerful Number One, whose identity is not revealed until the final episode.

“I am not a number. I am a free man,” was the mantra chanted on each episode of The Prisoner, which was largely written and directed by McGoohan.

In the opening episode (“The Arrival”), Number Six meets Number Two, who explains to him that he is in The Village because information stored “inside” his head has made him too valuable to be allowed to roam free “outside.”

Throughout the series, Number Six is subjected to interrogation tactics, torture, hallucinogenic drugs, identity theft, mind control, dream manipulation, and various forms of social indoctrination and physical coercion in order to “persuade” him to comply, give up, give in and subjugate himself to the will of the powers-that-be.

Number Six refuses to comply.

In every episode, Number Six resists the Village’s indoctrination methods, struggles to maintain his own identity, and attempts to escape his captors. “I will not make any deals with you,” he pointedly remarks to Number Two. “I’ve resigned. I will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, debriefed or numbered. My life is my own.”

Yet no matter how far Number Six manages to get in his efforts to escape, it’s never far enough.

Watched by surveillance cameras and other devices, Number Six’s getaways are continuously thwarted by ominous white balloon-like spheres known as “rovers.” Still, he refuses to give up. “Unlike me,” he says to his fellow prisoners, “many of you have accepted the situation of your imprisonment, and will die here like rotten cabbages.”

Number Six’s escapes become a surreal exercise in futility, each episode an unfunny, unsettling Groundhog’s Day that builds to the same frustrating denouement: there is no escape.

As journalist Scott Thill concludes for Wired, “Rebellion always comes at a price. During the acclaimed run of The Prisoner, Number Six is tortured, battered and even body-snatched: In the episode ‘Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling,’ his mind is transplanted to another man’s body. Number Six repeatedly escapes The Village only to be returned to it in the end, trapped like an animal, overcome by a restless energy he cannot expend, and betrayed by nearly everyone around him.”

The series is a chilling lesson about how difficult it is to gain one’s freedom in a society in which prison walls are disguised within the trappings of technological and scientific progress, national security and so-called democracy.

As Thill noted when McGoohan died in 2009, “The Prisoner was an allegory of the individual, aiming to find peace and freedom in a dystopia masquerading as a utopia.”

The Prisoner’s Village is also an apt allegory for the American Police State: it gives the illusion of freedom while functioning all the while like a prison: controlled, watchful, inflexible, punitive, deadly and inescapable.

The American Police State, much like The Prisoner’s Village, is a metaphorical panopticon, a circular prison in which the inmates are monitored by a single watchman situated in a central tower. Because the inmates cannot see the watchman, they are unable to tell whether or not they are being watched at any given time and must proceed under the assumption that they are always being watched.

Eighteenth century social theorist Jeremy Bentham envisioned the panopticon prison to be a cheaper and more effective means of “obtaining power of mind over mind, in a quantity hitherto without example.”

Bentham’s panopticon, in which the prisoners are used as a source of cheap, menial labor, has become a model for the modern surveillance state in which the populace is constantly being watched, controlled and managed by the powers-that-be and funding its existence.

Nowhere to run and nowhere to hide: this is the new mantra of the architects of the police state and their corporate collaborators (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Google, Instagram, etc.).

Government eyes are watching you.

They see your every move: what you read, how much you spend, where you go, with whom you interact, when you wake up in the morning, what you’re watching on television and reading on the internet.

Every move you make is being monitored, mined for data, crunched, and tabulated in order to form a picture of who you are, what makes you tick, and how best to control you when and if it becomes necessary to bring you in line.

When the government sees all and knows all and has an abundance of laws to render even the most seemingly upstanding citizen a criminal and lawbreaker, then the old adage that you’ve got nothing to worry about if you’ve got nothing to hide no longer applies.

Apart from the obvious dangers posed by a government that feels justified and empowered to spy on its people and use its ever-expanding arsenal of weapons and technology to monitor and control them, we’re approaching a time in which we will be forced to choose between obeying the dictates of the government—i.e., the law, or whatever a government official deems the law to be—and maintaining our individuality, integrity and independence.

When people talk about privacy, they mistakenly assume it protects only that which is hidden behind a wall or under one’s clothing. The courts have fostered this misunderstanding with their constantly shifting delineation of what constitutes an “expectation of privacy.” And technology has furthered muddied the waters.

However, privacy is so much more than what you do or say behind locked doors. It is a way of living one’s life firm in the belief that you are the master of your life, and barring any immediate danger to another person (which is far different from the carefully crafted threats to national security the government uses to justify its actions), it’s no one’s business what you read, what you say, where you go, whom you spend your time with, and how you spend your money.

Unfortunately, George Orwell’s 1984—where “you had to live—did live, from habit that became instinct—in the assumption that every sound you made was overheard, and, except in darkness, every movement scrutinized”—has now become our reality.

We now find ourselves in the unenviable position of being monitored, managed and controlled by our technology, which answers not to us but to our government and corporate rulers.

Consider that on any given day, the average American going about his daily business will be monitored, surveilled, spied on and tracked in more than 20 different ways, by both government and corporate eyes and ears.

A byproduct of this new age in which we live, whether you’re walking through a store, driving your car, checking email, or talking to friends and family on the phone, you can be sure that some government agency, whether the NSA or some other entity, is listening in and tracking your behavior.

This doesn’t even begin to touch on the corporate trackers that monitor your purchases, web browsing, Facebook posts and other activities taking place in the cyber sphere.

Stingray devices mounted on police cars to warrantlessly track cell phones, Doppler radar devices that can detect human breathing and movement within in a home, license plate readers that can record up to 1800 license plates per minutesidewalk and “public space” cameras coupled with facial recognition and behavior-sensing technology that lay the groundwork for police “pre-crime” programspolice body cameras that turn police officers into roving surveillance cameras, the internet of things: all of these technologies add up to a society in which there’s little room for indiscretions, imperfections, or acts of independence—especially not when the government can listen in on your phone calls, monitor your driving habits, track your movements, scrutinize your purchases and peer through the walls of your home.

As French philosopher Michel Foucault concluded in his 1975 book Discipline and Punish, “Visibility is a trap.”

This is the electronic concentration camp—the panopticon prison—the Village—in which we are now caged.

It is a prison from which there will be no escape if the government gets it way.

As Glenn Greenwald notes:

“The way things are supposed to work is that we’re supposed to know virtually everything about what [government officials] do: that’s why they’re called public servants. They’re supposed to know virtually nothing about what we do: that’s why we’re called private individuals. This dynamic – the hallmark of a healthy and free society – has been radically reversed. Now, they know everything about what we do, and are constantly building systems to know more. Meanwhile, we know less and less about what they do, as they build walls of secrecy behind which they function. That’s the imbalance that needs to come to an end. No democracy can be healthy and functional if the most consequential acts of those who wield political power are completely unknown to those to whom they are supposed to be accountable.”

Even now, the Trump Administration is working to make some of the National Security Agency’s vast spying powers permanent.

In fact, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is pushing for Congress to permanently renew Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which allows government snoops to warrantlessly comb through and harvest vast quantities of our communications.

And just like that, we’re back in the Village, our escape plans foiled, our future bleak.

Except this is no surprise ending: for those who haven’t been taking the escapist blue pill, who haven’t fallen for the Deep State’s phony rhetoric, who haven’t been lured in by the promise of a political savior, we never stopped being prisoners.

So how do we break out?

For starters, wake up. Resist the urge to comply.

The struggle to remain “oneself in a society increasingly obsessed with conformity to mass consumerism,” writes Steven Paul Davies, means that superficiality and image trump truth and the individual. The result is the group mind and the tyranny of mob-think.

Think for yourself. Be an individual. As McGoohan commented in 1968, “At this moment individuals are being drained of their personalities and being brainwashed into slaves… As long as people feel something, that’s the great thing. It’s when they are walking around not thinking and not feeling, that’s tough. When you get a mob like that, you can turn them into the sort of gang that Hitler had.”

In a media-dominated age in which the lines between entertainment, politics and news reporting are blurred, it is extremely difficult to distinguish fact from fiction. We are so bombarded with images, dictates, rules and punishments and stamped with numbers from the day we are born that it is a wonder we ever ponder a concept such as freedom. As McGoohan declared, “Freedom is a myth.”

In the end, as I make clear in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, we are all prisoners of our own mind.

In fact, it is in the mind that prisons are created for us. And in the lockdown of political correctness, it becomes extremely difficult to speak or act individually without being ostracized. Thus, so often we are forced to retreat inwardly into our minds, a prison without bars from which we cannot escape, and into the world of video games and television and the Internet.

We have come full circle from Bentham’s Panopticon to McGoohan’s Village to Huxley’s Brave New World.

As cultural theorist Neil Postman observed:

What Orwell feared were those who would ban books. What Huxley feared was that there would be no reason to ban a book, for there would be no one who wanted to read one. Orwell feared those who would deprive us of information. Huxley feared those who would give us so much that we would be reduced to passivity and egoism. Orwell feared we would become a captive audience. Huxley feared the truth would be drowned in a sea of irrelevance. Orwell feared that we would become a captive culture. Huxley feared we would become a trivial culture, preoccupied with some equivalent of the feelies, the orgy porgy, and the centrifugal bumblepuppy. As Huxley remarked in Brave New World Revisited, the civil libertarians and rationalists who are ever on the alert to oppose tyranny “failed to take into account man’s almost infinite appetite for distractions.” In Brave New World, they are controlled by inflicting pleasure. In short, Orwell feared that what we hate would ruin us. Huxley feared that what we love will ruin us.

You want to be free? Break out of the circle.

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Time and again, Whitehead hits the bull’s eye with commentaries that are insightful, relevant and provocative. And all too often, he finds himself under fire for his frank and unadulterated viewpoint. But as he frequently remarks, “Anytime people find themselves under fire from both the liberal left and the conservative right, it means that that person is probably right on target.”

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Wikileaks Publishes “Spy Files Russia” Detailing Russia’s Mass Surveillance System

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Perhaps in an attempt to refute recurring allegations that it has traditionally focused on exposing only US state secrets, if not being an outright covert and subversive Moscow front, today Wikileaks released a new cache of documents which it claims detail surveillance apparatus used by the Russian state to spy on Internet and mobile users. It’s the first time the organization has leaked material directly pertaining to the Russian state.

RELEASE: Spy Files #Russia #SORM #FSB

— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) September 19, 2017

The full datadump can be found here.

In its summary of the cache of mostly Russian-language documents, Wikileaks claims they show how a long-established Russian company which supplies software to telcos is also installing infrastructure – with the government’s blessing – that enables Russian state agencies to tap into, search and spy on citizens’ digital activity, suggesting a similar state-funded mass surveillance program to the one utilized by the U.S.’s NSA or by GCHQ in the U.K. (both of which were detailed in the 2013 Snowden disclosures).

And speaking of, shortly following the publication, another famous whistleblower, one also exiled and currently residing in Russia, Edward Snowden tweeted “Plot twist: @Wikileaks publishes details on Russia’s increasingly oppressive internet surveillance industry.”


To be sure, arguments have already broken out on Twitter suggesting that Wikileaks/Assange is trying to deflect from charges that it is a front for the Kremlin by finally dumping “something” on Russia. (see this tweet comment thread as one example). Making matters more complicated, it’s not possible at this point to verify the value or veracity of the latest Wikileaks document release.

The documents published today by Wikileaks (there are just 34 “base documents” in this leak) relate to a St. Petersburg-based company, called Peter-Service, which it claims is a contractor for Russian state surveillance. According to Tech Crunch, the company was set up in 1992 to provide billing solutions before going on to become a major supplier of software to the mobile telecoms industry.

Wikileaks writes:

The technologies developed and deployed by PETER-SERVICE today go far beyond the classical billing process and extend into the realms of surveillance and control. Although compliance to the strict surveillance laws is mandatory in Russia, rather than being forced to comply PETER-SERVICE appears to be quite actively pursuing partnership and commercial opportunities with the state intelligence apparatus.

As a matter of fact PETER-SERVICE is uniquely placed as a surveillance partner due to the remarkable visibility their products provide into the data of Russian subscribers of mobile operators, which expose to PETER-SERVICE valuable metadata, including phone and message records, device identifiers (IMEI, MAC addresses), network identifiers (IP addresses), cell tower information and much more. This enriched and aggregated metadata is of course of interest to Russian authorities, whose access became a core component of the system architecture.

One of Wikileaks’ media partners for the release, the Italian newspaper La Repubblica reports that the documents cover “an extended timespan from 2007 to June 2015”, and describes the contents as “extremely technical”. It also caveats that the documents do not mention Russia’s spy agency, the FSB, but rather “speak only of state agencies”, a formula it asserts “certainly includes law enforcement, who use metadata for legal interception”. It also says the documents do “not clarify what other state apparatus accesses those data through the solution of the St. Petersburg company”.

Wikileaks says that under Russia law operators must maintain a Data Retention System (DRS), which can store data for up to three years. La Repubblica reports that Peter-Service’s DRS stores telephone traffic data and “allows Russian state agencies to query the database of all stored data in search of information” — which it specifies can include calls made by a certain telephone company’s customer; payment systems used; the cell phone number to which a user is calling.

“The manuals published by WikiLeaks contain the images of interfaces that allow you to search within these huge data fields, so access is simple and intuitive,” it adds.

Some technical details:

  • According to Wikileaks, Peter-Service’s DRS solution can handle 500,000,000 connections per day in one cluster. While the claimed average search time for subscriber related-records from a single day is ten seconds. “State intelligence authorities use the Protocol 538 adapter built into the DRS to access stored information,” it adds.
  • Peter-Service has also apparently developed a tool called TDM (Traffic Data Mart) — which allows the database to be queried to determine “where users’ data traffic is stored in order to understand visited sites, forums, social media”, as well as how much time is spent on a certain site and the electronic device used to access it.
  • Wikileaks describes TDM as “a system that records and monitors IP traffic for all mobile devices registered with the operator”,  and says it maintains a list of categorized domain names — “which cover all areas of interest for the state. These categories include blacklisted sites, criminal sites, blogs, webmail, weapons, botnet, narcotics, betting, aggression, racism, terrorism and many more”.
  • “Based on the collected information the system allows the creation of reports for subscriber devices (identified by IMEI/TAC, brand, model) for a specified time range: Top categories by volume, top sites by volume, top sites by time spent, protocol usage (browsing, mail, telephony, bittorrent) and traffic/time distribution,” it adds.

Wikileaks points to a 2013 Peter-Service slideshow presentation (it says this also appears to be publicly available on the company’s website), which it claims is targeted not at telco customers but at state entities such as Russia’s FSB and Interior Ministry (despite this document apparently being in the public domain) — in which the company focuses on a new product, called DPI*GRID; which it says is a hardware device for Deep Packet Inspection that takes the form of “black boxes” apparently able to handle 10Gb/s traffic per unit.

Wikileaks adds that “the national providers are aggregating Internet traffic in their infrastructure and are redirecting/duplicating the full stream to DPI*GRID units. The units inspect and analyse traffic (the presentation does not describe that process in much detail); the resulting metadata and extracted information are collected in a database for further investigation. A similar, yet smaller solution called MDH/DRS is available for regional providers who send aggregated IP traffic via a 10Gb/s connection to MDH for processing.”

Wikileaks also makes a point of noting that the presentation was written “just a few months after Edward Snowden disclosed the NSA mass surveillance program and its cooperation with private U.S. IT-corporations such as Google and Facebook”.

“Drawing specifically on the NSA Prism program, the presentation offers law enforcement, intelligence and other interested parties, to join an alliance in order to establish equivalent data-mining operations in Russia,” it adds — sticking its boot firmly back into U.S. government mass surveillance programs.

The full release can be found here.

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