Monthly Archives: June 2014

Occult Message | speech by Christine Lagarde of IMF

Occult Message | speech by Christine Lagarde of IMF

 
So Christine wants to call on a whole new Special Force to fight the Cabal.

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And that, America, is a clear and present danger.

Pentagon Official: The Obama Drone Kill Memo Is Out And Libertarians Were Right — It’s Murder

Attorney General Eric Holder and President Barack Obama. Olivier Douliery/Getty Images.

Instead of taking the U.S. citizens the administration accused of conspiring against the U.S. and her interests to court, the administration was looking for an easier way to solve the problem: They sought to kill them, and wanted the legal backing to do so. But here’s an issue: Even if a U.S. citizen were to be tried in absentia and found guilty of conspiring to commit terrorism by a federal court, the punishment for doing so is not death, and certainly not from a missile fired by a Predator drone.

That has not stopped the Obama administration from doing just that. To date, Anwar al-Awlaki is one of three U.S. citizens to have been killed abroad by the Obama administration without having received due process in a court of law. Another of those was his 14-year-old son, who by all accounts was innocent and was not accused of conspiring to commit terrorism.

None of those killed were in the midst of an act of terrorism, nor were they actively engaged in fighting U.S. troops in a war zone. At the time of his death, al-Awlaki was riding in a vehicle in the Yemeni desert. We made no attempt to capture him or arrest him, despite assurances made to the Justice Department. No one was been made to answer for these deaths, especially that of al-Awlaki’s son.

The signatory for the memo was then-Assistant U.S. Attorney General David J. Barron. In the memo, the administration contends that a U.S. citizen’s alleged leadership role in al-Qaida, and the infeasibility of capturing them, provides sufficient legal justification for either the CIA or the Department of Defense to use lethal force and deny that citizen their right to due process — all based on the authorization of force passed by the Congress after 9/11, and another memo also written by Barron that remains classified.

The problem is that the administration is making the accusations against a U.S. citizen, rendering a judgment of guilt or innocence outside of the court system, and then carrying out an extrajudicial killing of American citizens in complete and utter violation of the Constitution. The part of the memo that addresses the right to due process is redacted.

At no point in the extralegal process outlined in the memo is the U.S. citizen in question tried or convicted in a court of law for the crimes the administration alleges the individual is guilty of. The administration is making that determination, and exactly who within the administration is still unclear. This is a scary usurpation of power from the judicial branch — and an amazing power grab by the executive.

Finally, under the legal reasoning outlined in the memo, there is nothing to prevent the president from ordering a lethal operation against U.S. citizens inside the United States, as the memo does not stipulate that there is a geographic limitation to these operations — only a test of feasibility. Nor is there a single requirement for a federal court of judge to make the determination that a person is a member or leader of a terrorist organization.

When this country was created, the Founders may not have anticipated the dangers posed by a terrorist cell capable of killing thousands or more. But they knew well, and carefully guarded against, the dangers of a government gone wild. In this memo, finally made public, we have proof of a White House that considers itself judge, jury and executioner. And that, America, is a  clear and present danger.

Joseph Miller is the pen name for a ranking Department of Defense official with a background in U.S. special operations and combat experience in Iraq and Afghanistan. He has worked in strategic planning.

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FACT CHECK #123, Finally, but not final.

Thank you, Don Corleone. But really, I don’t mind! 

First, I wish to apologize for this Fact Check being issued in advance of the commencement of the long awaited event. Please, relax. This is not some announcement or “heads up”.

The following are my words only. I am not writing because of anyone’s instruction or prompting. 

The reason I am communicating with our readers at this time is because I have been reviewing the over 550 comments in FC 122 and I am seeing a slight anxiety that is really unnecessary.  

The anxiety was further called to my attention from the many back channel e-mails requesting more Fact Checks, for “any further information possible”, or just some bit of hope that we will soon see the RV and such.

If I could, I would present updates from the front lines, in real time, all day long. But, that is just not possible. Of course, there are those on the numerous other guru blogs that seem to do just that, but we certainly know such landscape is wanting of accuracy and sometimes is of questionable motive.

Over the last 30 days I have had some brief communication with our contact. I initiated the communication to discuss the possibility of issuing a Fact Check on recently released information that was highly questionable in my mind. But, after accepting counsel on the matter, it was decided that, at this stage of the process, to disregard any notions of further checking and continue a quiet posture and shift attention to planning the important work of the future.  As advised, we issued no such Fact Check. I want you to know that I really wanted to cover the particular material.  But, as Mr. Spock would say, “The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, or the one“. During the aforementioned communication, it was mentioned that things are going very well. There was no mention of defeat or retreat.

To further assuage any anxious feelings, please do not lose sight of the reason all of these fine people are working so hard. They are not gathered in such a large force to prattle of great visions for the future – and then give up. As mentioned in FC 115, we are going to see the largest financial shift in world history come down the pike, and we better prepare for it. Do so. 

As we discussed in the last Fact Check, there really are no issues of critical importance that require WHA to make inquiries of our WH friends on a continual basis at this time. The tone and form of my last several communications with our contact have been markedly different than in the past. It is similar to the feel of a business meeting that has reached its conclusion, where everyone in the meeting knows that further discussion would only be pedantic and repetitive. At some point the discussions and questions have to stop and the theoretical ideas in that meeting have to be put into practical use, or what was the point of the meeting? So, please understand that it is my judgment, at this time, to continue to suspend further significant inquiries to our WH contact unless absolutely critical.

Please continue to shift your attention away from the mechanics of “when” and onto the implementation of your particular planned contributions and personal financial arrangements.  Let those who are in charge of the WGS, etc., attend to such matters of “when” and “how”. Those issues are completely and utterly out of our hands by virtue of the specific station, talents and abilities that only certain people posses to effect the desired result. Again, focus on what you CAN do when the time comes.

The few complainers and malcontents that have shown mental incapacity for such thinking have long gone from our midst. It is only natural that they have gone, as this environment will not nurture such behavior. Such indifference and defective thinking is what got us into such a mess, and it will not get us out of it.

In closing, let me say that our readership has been very supportive. I am very glad to have met so many wonderful, caring and supportive people while administering the blog. I know many of you will make great contributions to supporting the advancement of social betterment and technological advancement of the living standards for all, and to foster better relationships with all nations and people. 

Continue to set the good example you have, remain patient and know that we will post anything we are instructed to post, if anything, or any other significant news, right away.

Thank you!

WHA

133 G77 Nations vow to destroy America’s New World Order

 

June 17, 2014

133 G77 Nations vow to destroy America’s New World Order

June 17, 2014. Bolivia. The American and European media are doing everything they can to black this news out. But it’s not going to stay a secret for long. As of this weekend, there’s a new New World Order on Earth and its enemy is the United States, the EU, the UN Security Council and the world’s shadow government led by the IMF and WTO. This new alliance of poor countries wouldn’t be much of a threat, except it includes two-thirds of the world’s nations including China and India.

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UN Sec. Gen. Ban Ki-moon (center) with host country Bolivia’s President Evo Morales and 133 other world leaders this weekend. Image courtesy of the UN.

 

It’s a sad day for the American people when their government and state-sponsored news industry blacks out such an important news story. Americans actually have to rely on outlets like the Havana Times in Cuba, The Times of India, and United Nations press releases. There’s a reason this news is being censored across the West. And it’s only the latest global news story over the past two weeks on this subject blacked out from the American people.  Read on to find out why.

End of the New World Order

When the richest and most powerful nations on Earth formed the G7, G8, G20 and the like, they united to combine their dominance over the remaining 175 countries that make up humanity. And for decades, the wealthiest 20 countries led by the US have gotten exponentially more wealthy at the expense of the poorest 175 nations, who in turn have gotten even poorer. That’s been the result of the West’s ‘New World Order’, led mainly by self-appointed global governments like the International Monetary Fund and the World Trade Organization.

133 of those 175 countries have had enough of the New World Order’s rigged global financial system based in New York and London. They’ve seen their economies destroyed by corrupt corporations and global governments that create a cycle of never-ending dependence and poverty.  They’ve seen their nations’ vast resources stolen by multinational corporations. Their agriculture landscape has been poisoned. Their citizens bankrupted by the IMF and Wall Street. And their democratically elected leaders overthrown by foreign agents from countries like the US.

They’ve had enough of the New World Order. And an alliance of 133 countries, two-thirds of the nations on Earth, signed an agreement this weekend to end the West’s New World Order and replace it with a fair, honest and legitimate World Order – one that lets everyone participate and benefit, not just the super rich.

The Next World Order

The organization is officially called the ‘Group of 77 and China’, but the alliance actually includes 133 nations. Showing just how much influence they have, their meeting this weekend in Bolivia was opened with a keynote speech by United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. In the audience were over 30 heads of state from around the world and official representatives from over 100 more governments. Also illustrating the organization’s growing influence, China isn’t even a member of the G77, but insisted on participating anyway in a show of unity with the globe’s Next World Order.

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro participated, telling the gathered nations they had to unite to, “fight for fair and sustainable economic growth and for a new world economic order.” Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa went one step further, telling the gathered national leaders and representatives, “Only when we are united across Latin America and united around the world will we be able to make our voice heard and change an international order that is not just unfair, it is immoral.”

A report from AFP on Yahoo News, about the only report found in Western media, describes how Cuban President Raul Castro also participated, but reserved his comments for a call to help their top ally Venezuela. Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia and a number of South American countries have insisted they are currently under attack by the United States and the CIA, who they insist are desperately trying to orchestrate coups to overthrow their democratically elected, pro-socialist governments the same way they are accused of doing in the Ukraine recently.

Iran and the UN

An announcement published by the United Nations this weekend touts UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s enthusiastic participation in the G77 meeting. It discusses how important this massive alliance is to the goals of the UN, particularly with regard to reversing the world’s growing economic inequality among nations. Moon and the UN are also sponsoring a separate but related meeting of nations in September to draft new climate resolutions to be enacted in 2015.

The announcement describes a private meeting between the UN Secretary General and Iran’s Vice President, ‘On the margins of today’s summit, Mr. Ban met with the First Vice President of Iran, Eshaq Jahangiri, to discuss development issues, as well as the potential role that Iran could play in restoring stability in Iraq and Syria. The Secretary-General added that he looked forward to Iran’s positive involvement on climate change and said he very much hoped that President Hassan Rouhani would attend the climate summit this September.’ The report also says the two leaders discussed Iran’s nuclear ambitions and the coming July deadline for compliance with past mandates.

Threats of America’s “second Vietnam”

Many of the government leaders in attendance took the opportunity to strike a blow against what they consider to be the biggest enemy of world peace, democracy and economic freedom – the United States. One leader even went as far as calling out President Obama by name and threatening the United States with a second Vietnam.

As reported by the Times of India, the G77 conference’s host this weekend – Bolivian President Evo Morales – threatened the United States and the American President telling the gathered heads of state, “If Mr. Obama keeps assailing the people of Venezuela, I am convinced that, faced with provocation and aggression, Venezuela and Latin America will be a second Vietnam for the United States. Let us defend democracy, natural resources, our sovereignty and our dignity.”

Cuba’s President Raul Castro was possibly the most pointed and focused in his remarks regarding the agenda of the participating countries. As reported by the Havana Times, Castro told the alliance of 133 nations, “It is necessary to demand a new international financial and monetary order and fair commercial conditions for producers and importers from the guardians of capital, centered in the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, and from the defenders of neoliberalism grouped in the World Trade Organization, which are attempting to divide us. Only unity will allow us to make our ample majority prevail.”

UN Civil War – dissolving the UN Security Council

One of the more ambitious goals of the G77 and its 133 participating countries is the elimination of the United Nations Security Council. World leaders insist it is little more than a five-nation tyranny over the full UN body. With five permanent members of the UN Security Council having veto power over the rest, UN policies and actions have been dictated by those five countries – US, UK, Russia, France and China. Members of the G77 want the Security Council eliminated so the UN can go back to being a purely democratic body.

The Cuban leader went on to describe a global economic system run by American hypocrisy and financial corruption, “The principles of International Law and the postulates of the New International Economic Order are brazenly violated, concepts that attempt to legalize meddling are imposed, force is used and threats of force are made with impunity, the media are used to promote division.”

Dominoes beginning to fall

This is just the latest organized attack on a global financial system rigged by corrupt governments and the multinational corporations that control them. Just last month, Russia and China signed a long term trade alliance that represents the first major crack in the US Dollar bubble. The two countries agreed to stop using US Dollars in their transactions and instead use their own two currencies. The two largest banks from both countries immediately announced they would be dumping the US Dollar as well.

On top of that, the world’s ‘BRIC’ countries – Brazil, Russia, India and China – have publicly declared their goal of replacing the corrupted US Dollar with some other global default currency. Now that Russia and China have finally taken actual steps to do that, the remaining two-thirds of the world will most likely begin making preparations to stop using the US Dollar as well. It was only this weekend that 133 of them pledged to do just that.

The scary part for Americans is that both Washington and Wall Street have promised this would never happen, because if it did, it would destroy the US economic system and possibly the US itself. Read the Whiteout Press article, ‘Russia-China Deals move US Dollar closer to Collapse’ for more information.

To view a full list of the 133 nations that make up the G77, visit the Group of 77 website.

YouTube ABSOLUTE MUST WATCH Greg Palast: A Memo that Confirmed Every Conspiracy Freak’s Fantasy

YouTube ABSOLUTE MUST WATCH Greg Palast: A Memo that Confirmed Every Conspiracy Freak’s Fantasy

Greg Palast: A Memo that Confirmed Every Conspiracy Freak’s Fantasy

and! another YouTube article a MUST WATCH

Establishment is Afraid of End The Fed Movement in Germany

 

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The Fall of Iraq – What You Aren’t Being Told

Be sure to pay attention to what General Wesley Clark says on 20 Sep, just few days after 9/11.

 

Published on Jun 17, 2014

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New sensors will scoop up ‘big data’ on Chicago

Where are all the imminent arrests we hear about? These clowns are moving forward undeterred by any of the rumors we keep churning. Are most of these stories we hear about somebody doing something behind the scenes just stories made up by the cabal to keep us occupied while they march on “forward”, that is their new familiar slogan, is it not?

This sentence is an obligatory one on all similar articles. ” planners have taken precautions to design their sensors to observe mobile devices and count contact with the signal rather than record the digital address of each device”.
Does anybody believe it anymore?

 

 
The curled metal fixtures set to go up on a handful of Michigan Avenue light poles later this summer may look like delicate pieces of sculpture, but researchers say they’ll provide a big step forward in the way Chicago understands itself by observing the city’s people and surroundings.

The smooth, perforated sheaths of metal are decorative, but their job is to protect and conceal a system of data-collection sensors that will measure air quality, light intensity, sound volume, heat, precipitation and wind. The sensors will also count people by measuring wireless signals on mobile devices.

Some experts caution that efforts like the one launching here to collect data from people and their surroundings pose concerns of a Big Brother intrusion into personal privacy.

In particular, sensors collecting cellphone data make privacy proponents nervous. But computer scientist Charlie Catlett said the planners have taken precautions to design their sensors to observe mobile devices and count contact with the signal rather than record the digital address of each device.

Researchers have dubbed their effort the “Array of Things” project. Gathering and publishing such a broad swath of data will give scientists the tools to make Chicago a safer, more efficient and cleaner place to live, said Catlett, director of the Urban Center for Computation and Data, part of a joint initiative between the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory, near Lemont.

The novelty of a permanent data collection infrastructure may also give Chicago a competitive advantage in attracting technological research, researchers contend.

“The city is interested in making Chicago a place where innovation happens,” said Catlett.

Many cities around the globe have tried in recent years to collect enormous piles of “big data” in order to better understand their people and surroundings, but scientists say Chicago’s project to create a permanent data collection infrastructure is unusual.

Data-hungry researchers are unabashedly enthusiastic about the project, but some experts said that the system’s flexibility and planned partnerships with industry beg to be closely monitored. Questions include whether the sensors are gathering too much personal information about people who may be passing by without giving a second thought to the amount of data that their movements — and the signals from their smartphones — may be giving off.

The first sensor could be in place by mid-July. Researchers hope to start with sensors at eight Michigan Avenue intersections, followed by dozens more around the Loop by year’s end and hundreds more across the city in years to come as the project expands into neighborhoods, Catlett said.

“Our intention is to understand cities better,” Catlett said. “Part of the goal is to make these things essentially a public utility.”

Over the last decade many cities have launched efforts to collect data about everything from air quality and temperature at street level to the traffic flow of pedestrians and vehicles, all in the name of making urban centers run more efficiently and safely.

Much of the useful data has been “exhaust” from an increasingly digital and technological world, scientists say. Improvements in such technologies have led to novel conveniences like smartphone applications that tell you whether your bus is on time or how backed up the expressway is likely to be when you head home.

But Chicago researchers are hoping to put in place a system that will make this city a leader in research about how modern cities function, Catlett said.

The decision to move forward with the system has unfolded without much attention outside the technology community. Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who rarely misses a chance to push Chicago as an emerging digital hub, has yet to tout the project publicly.

City officials don’t have firm expectations about what the data may yield but share researchers’ desire to push “Chicago as a test bed of urban analytical research,” said Brenna Berman, the city’s commissioner of information and technology. “Part of why this is so exciting is a lot of the analytics we do is targeted to a specific problem, and this is more general.”

Berman said the investment from the city will be minimal: Between $215 and $425 in city electrician wages to install each box and then an estimated $15 a year for electricity to power each box.

Berman’s office had a say in picking the initial sensor lineup, and she said the list was limited to “nonpersonal” data because the city is still working on a privacy and security policy to govern the protection and confidentiality of any data that the system may collect in the future. Berman expects she and Emanuel will agree on a final version of the document by the end of July.

“We’ve been extremely sensitive to the security and the privacy of residents’ data,” Berman said.

The city will have the last say on what kind of personal data is gathered by the system, “because they’re installed on city property,” Berman said.

“Nothing else can be deployed without the city’s say-so,” she said.

The benefits of collecting and analyzing giant sets of data from cities are somewhat speculative, but there is a growing desire from academic and industrial researchers to have access to the data, said Gary King, director of the Institute for Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University.

“You really don’t know until you look,” King said.

Although he said he was unfamiliar with the project in Chicago, King likened such projects to the early efforts of looking into deep space with the Hubble Space Telescope, opening new and unknown frontiers of information, “only the telescope is pointed downward” at life on the streets of the city.

While the project is led by Catlett’s team and the city, other institutions are involved, he said. The boxes that will hold the sensors are being made by designers at the School of the Art Institute, and Catlett said he has secured more than $1 million in in-kind contributions of engineering help from corporations including Cisco Systems, Intel, Zebra Technologies, Qualcomm, Motorola Solutions and Schneider Electric.

Planners envision a permanent system of data collection boxes that can be used by a range of researchers from the public, private and academic sectors who want to test ideas but wouldn’t have the resources to build the testing infrastructure. The system also will be flexible with the boxes being secure, and connected to power and the Internet, but otherwise adaptable to “the latest and greatest technology” in sensors to meet the as-yet-unknown needs of academic and industrial researchers, Catlett said.

While there are plenty of advocates singing the praises of the city’s push toward gathering and publishing data, some experts say there are risks of invading the privacy of people who don’t know their every movement in public is being observed by a computer and analyzed by someone.

Catlett said the project is designed to keep the kinds of data collected in anonymous forms.

“We don’t collect things that can identify people. There are no cameras or recording devices,” he said. Sensors will be collecting “sound levels but not recording actual sound. The only imaging will be infrared,” rather than video, he said.

But such an effort could still lead to gathering more sensitive information than is intended, said Fred Cate, an expert on privacy matters related to technology who teaches at Indiana University’s law school.

“Almost any data that starts with an individual is going to be identifiable,” Cate said. When tracking activity from mobile phones, “you actually collect the traffic. You may not care about the fact that it’s personally identifiable. It’s still going to be personally identifiable.”

King, the Harvard sociologist and data expert, agreed that the Chicago scientists will inevitably scoop up personally identifiable data.

“If they do a good job they’ll collect identifiable data. You can (gather) identifiable data with remarkably little information,” King said. “You have to be careful. Good things can produce bad things.”

Officials need to plan for “the natural tendency that economics play,” said Cate, the privacy expert. “If you spend a million dollars wiring these boxes, and a company comes in and says ‘We’ll pay you a million dollars to collect personally identifiable information,’ what’s the oversight over those companies?”

Decisions about whether the city should allow the system to be used by industry to study people in a way that could identify them is “ultimately one for voters who have to pay more in taxes,” King said. “It’s a public policy question.”

Catlett said the Chicago project’s planning has consciously addressed such concerns. Data collection projects have sometimes harbored a false sense of security because their methods save mobile devices’ addresses without having a means to “look up” the addresses and connect them to owners, he said.

“However, the danger associated with saving such apparently anonymous data is that it might later be combined with other data sources such that the information can be pieced together to determine identity,” Catlett said. “For this reason, we made the decision that the (sensors) will not save address data, and will only count nearby devices.”

The sensors will measure foot traffic by counting the number of Wi-Fi- or Bluetooth-enabled devices in range, Catlett said, similar to the way a Wi-Fi router in a coffee shop is aware of all Wi-Fi-enabled devices in its range.

The sensors will broadcast a request every 15 to 60 seconds, requesting nearby devices to respond, Catlett said. The number of responses will be counted and saved, but the software will not collect or save the address, he said.

Catlett said the fact that all of the data collected will immediately be published will also expose the project to ongoing scrutiny.

Personal data has already been exposed to use by others for years, experts noted. Whether it’s use of data from public utility accounts or images from Chicago’s massive system of surveillance cameras, traditional notions of privacy are changing and eroding, experts said. And when it comes to private companies seeking your data for commercial reasons, there is often a limit to their intrusion.

“Most companies don’t care about you, they care about people like you,” King said.

dheinzmann@tribune.com