New Tech To Track Every Homeless Person In NYC – #NewWorldNextWeek

Source: CorbettReport.com | MediaMonarchy.com
March 12, 2017

Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. In this week’s episode:

Story #1: Xi Jinping’s New Silk Road Summit Will Step Up China’s Endorsement Of Globalization
http://bit.ly/2qu0rZ1

NWNW Flashback: UN, China Agree on Silk Road Initiative Cooperation (Sep. 29, 2016)
http://bit.ly/2q5vw3R

Globalization 2.0: China Ushering in Newer, Shinier New World Order!
http://bit.ly/2q4LrQw

Story #2: Florida, The First State To Arrest Anyone For Selling Bitcoin, Is Passing Laws To Imprison Them
http://bit.ly/2pmiX5I

Florida House Bill 1379: Defining Cryptocurrencies
http://bit.ly/2pBj7SN

Bitcoin Value Rises Over $1B As Japan, Russia Move To Legitimize Cryptocurrency
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Study Highlights Growing Significance Of Cryptocurrencies
http://bit.ly/2qVRNT7

Story #3: NYC’s New Tech To Track Every Homeless Person In The City
http://bit.ly/2r2lgHk

Update: Second German Soldier Arrested In False Flag Refugee Plot
http://bit.ly/2q5gZp6

Mainstream Media Blackout: PROOF: Something Very NEFARIOUS is Going On At You Tube

Source: SGTReport.com
May 9, 2017

It has now become crystal clear that the You Tube ‘Adpocalypse’ is just phase one of a far more sinister plan to sabotage successful You Tube channels in order to kill competition, robber Barron style, so that the corporate, legacy and mainstream media can yield more power, control and eyeballs on You Tube. What’s being done to the SGT Report You Tube channel can be quantified by alarming statistics which prove, the fix is in. As John D. Rockefeller famously boasted, “Competition is a sin.” Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

It’s Not Free Speech if You Don’t Have a License

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Source: TheDailyBell.com
May 7, 2017

Should free speech cover criticizing the government? That is kind of the whole point, right?

An Oregon man is suing Portland for violating his first amendment right to free speech after he was fined $500 for calculating how long yellow lights stay yellow and then speaking publicly about it.

Free speech? No. The city considers making and disseminating calculations about public works “engineering without a license.”

The lawsuit states:

This is a civil-rights lawsuit to vindicate the right of Plaintiff Mats Järlström to talk and write freely without fear of government punishment. Järlström wants to write and speak publicly about a matter of local, state, and nationwide concern: the safety and fairness of traffic lights and traffic-light cameras. Specifically, Järlström wishes to communicate about the mathematics behind traffic-light timing. If he does so in Oregon, however, he will be exposed to government investigation and punishment for engaging in the unlicensed “practice of engineering.” In fact, between February 2015 and January 2017, Järlström was investigated and fined for “critiquing” the standard formula for calculating traffic-light timing and for sharing his ideas with “members of the public.” Under Oregon’s Professional Engineer Registration Act (Act), Or. Rev. Stat. §§ 672.002 et seq., only state-licensed professional engineers are entitled to speak publicly on these sorts of topics. For everyone else—in the words of the Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying (Board)—sharing “reports, commentary, and testimony” on technical subjects is “clearly not protected speech.”

…But speech like Järlström’s is exactly what the First Amendment’s Speech and Petition Clauses exist to protect.

Obviously, the city is just trying to silence and intimidate him so they can keep making money off of red light cameras. His point was that the yellow lights were too short to properly allow motorists to stop.

By the government’s definition of free speech, you basically are not allowed to criticize or even petition the government at all.

What if this same standard was applied elsewhere in government?

We could easily get to a point where any speech about government actions is not protected unless you are an expert in the field–the government, of course, deciding who qualifies as an expert.

Should accountants be the only ones allowed to publicly advocate a tax policy?  Perhaps only licensed law enforcement could criticize the police. And surely if you are not a legislator, the intricacies of bills and laws are off limits to discuss.

What an open and public dialogue that would promote!

And as for the issue of traffic light cameras issuing tickets, that in itself should never have been permitted. The government takes a picture of a car and accuses the owner of a crime, regardless of who was driving the vehicle. And then, you must either pay the fine or prove yourself innocent! So much for due process. So much for the government having to prove you committed a crime. Innocent until proven guilty? What an inconvenience for a government!

There are various reports online of how to beat a red light camera traffic ticket. Even so, it will take multiple visits to the court, which waste time and money, and even then you might be forced to fork over the cash!

That is why most people just pay the fine, and forget about it. The system is rigged against the recipients of tickets. Everyone knows the time wasted in fighting a traffic ticket will overshadow any money saved if it is dismissed.

Still, if you have the time, and are bothered by the principle of it, it may be worth fighting the ticket to at least make the court work for its theft.

Interestingly, one of the tutorials online about how to fight traffic cameras suggests visiting the site of the infraction:

Time the traffic light as it transitions from yellow-to-red. If the timing is minimal, you might be able to stage an argument in court that there is not enough time to safely bring your vehicle to a stop at the particular intersection.

Would Oregon even allow this evidence in court? Perhaps they would instead slap and extra fine on top of the red light ticket for public engineering. After all, only state licensed engineers are allowed to testify publicly on technical issues.

Read More At: TheDailyBell.com

Flint residents must pay for poison water or face foreclosure

Source:  RT
May 7, 2017

The city of Flint, Michigan has mailed more than 8,000 letters to residents, trying to collect $5.8 million in unpaid water bills. Flint resident Melissa May says the water she is being asked to pay for is “blue” and contains neurotoxins. Meanwhile, residents who do not pay up face foreclosure. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte has the story.

#SmartReads | Tragedy and Hope 101 by Joseph Plummer

Source: Tragedyandhope.com
By: Richard Grove
May 2, 2017

On Amazon.com: Tragedy and Hope 101: The Illusion of Justice, Freedom, and Democracy

See also my interview with Joseph Plummer here.

Coalition Forms To Stop Trump Admin From Forcing Travelers To Give Up Passwords


Source: ActivistPost.com
Derrick Broze
April 28, 2017

A new coalition of civil liberties and digital rights groups has formed in response to the Trump Administration’s “extreme vetting” which requires travelers to give up social media passwords. 

In response to the growing trend of forcing travelers entering the United States to share their online passwords, 29 organizations have formed the “Fly Don’t Spy” coalition. The coalition is made up of civil liberties, digital rights, and privacy organizations from around the nation, including the American Civil Liberties Union, Electronic Frontier Foundation, and the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

The new group is opposing the Trump administration policy of requiring travelers to give up their sensitive information, including passwords, in order to enter the United States. They have launched FlyDontSpy.com and have begun circulating a petition that will be presented  U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary John Kelly asking him to oppose “password for entry” schemes. In early February, Secretary Kelly told the House Homeland Security Committee that the DHS is considering various forms of “extreme vetting,” including forcing visa applicants to provide passwords to social media accounts.

As the Electronic Frontier Foundation notes,

In response to questioning by Senator Claire McCaskill in the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on May 5th, the Secretary stated that only a limited number of travelers would be impacted. However, DHS is currently expanding a program to ask travelers to hand over their social media accounts voluntarily.

In anticipation of more “password for entry” plans, the Fly Don’t Spy coalition is issuing a call to action. “Even if you support ‘extreme vetting,’ password for entry is an extremely bad idea that sacrifices privacy and digital security for political posturing and ‘security theater’,” said Nathan White, Senior Legislative Director at Access Now.

The full roster of the FlyDontSpy.com coalition, led by Access Now, includes Advocacy for Principled Action in Government, American Civil Liberties Union, Asian Americans Advancing Justice LA, Association for Progressive Communications, Brennan Center for Justice, Center for Democracy and Technology, Center for Media Justice, Committee to Protect Journalists, The Constitution Project, Daily Kos, Defending Rights and Dissent, Demand Progress, Duck Duck Go, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Electronic Privacy Information Center, Fight for the Future, Free Press, Freedom of the Press Foundation, The Identity Project, Immigrant Legal Resource Center, Media Justice League, National Immigration Law Center, New America’s Open Technology Institute, Open Media, Pen America, Restore the Fourth, T’ruah, and Wickr Foundation.

The Fly Don’t Spy coalition is not the only group fighting the encroachment on privacy taking place at the border. The Anti Media recently reported that four members of Congress have introduced legislation that would require border agents to get a warrant before performing a search of someone’s cell phone, laptop, or tablet. The bill was simultaneously introduced by Senator Ron Wyden and Representatives Jared Polis and Blake Farenthold. If the measure becomes law, it will require border agents to have probable cause and a warrant before accessing the contents of a device belonging to a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. The bill also makes it clear that agents cannot hold individuals for more than four hours in an attempt to force them to unlock their devices.

In early March, NBC News highlighted the rise in violations of basic rights, including an increase from 5,000 warrantless searches in 2015 to 25,000 in 2016. This data from the Department of Homeland Security also shows that an astonishing 5,000 people were searched along the border in February 2017.

“Searches of people at the border is an area where there’s a wide gap between what we think people’s rights are and what their facts are on the ground,” Nathan Freed Wessler, a staff attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union, told Business Insider. “Various courts haven’t had an opportunity to weigh in on these issues yet, so CBP is operating with a lot of claimed authority and a lot of latitude.”

Earlier this year, it was reported that the White House is exploring the possibility of scanning the social media accounts of all incoming visitors to the United States. President Trump’s rhetoric and ramping up of police state measures in the name of fighting illegal immigration has set the tone for policing along the border. The new bill could potentially slow down the march towards a totalitarian border, but ultimately, it will take the people standing up — together — to fight against tyranny. We should be wary of those who attempt to sell security at the cost of liberty.

Derrick Broze is an investigative journalist and liberty activist. He is the Lead Investigative Reporter for ActivistPost.com and the founder of the TheConsciousResistance.com. Follow him on Twitter. Derrick is the author of three books: The Conscious Resistance: Reflections on Anarchy and Spirituality and Finding Freedom in an Age of Confusion, Vol. 1 and Finding Freedom in an Age of Confusion, Vol. 2

Derrick is available for interviews. Please contact Derrick@activistpost.com

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Medical Tyranny: The Insane Vaccine Industry Now Wants You Fired From Your Job If You Aren’t Vaccinated

[Editor’s Note]

And here it seemed, America was the land of the “Free”.

Image: The insane vaccine industry now wants you FIRED from your job if you aren’t vaccinated
Source: NaturalNews.com
D. Samuelson
April 3, 2017

You may work for a company that has initiated a “workplace wellness program” as part of their human resources health care offerings. These programs could include classes to quit smoking, lose weight, ease stress or any other type of exercise or action that your company believes fits under the guise of “disease prevention.” Under Obamacare, which goes under the Orwellian name of the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act,” employers that offer wellness programs, says Healthimpactnews.com, can get “rewards of up to 50% off of insurance premiums” for individuals who sign up. So there’s quite an incentive for employers to get their workers involved.

A new bill called H.R. 1313, sponsored and introduced by Virginia Foxx (R-NC), appears to be “a threat to anyone participating in these programs.” Why?  Hidden in the legalese of H.R. 1313 is a loophole where companies may have the power to mandate that their employees get vaccines as part of the wellness program in order to keep their jobs. This way, the company can be in compliance to the federal “government’s endorsed standard of care, which includes receipt of federally recognized vaccines.”

The draconian march toward forced vaccinations has gained more ground than you may realize. According to the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) there are 134 bills in 35 states that have been introduced to “restrict, eliminate or expand vaccine exemptions” as well as bills to “shame school children with vaccine exemptions.” The President and co-founder of NVIC, Barbara Loe Fisher, a staunch advocate for health freedom and informed consent, urges all concerned to get involved in the fight against forced vaccinations.

One thing is absolutely certain. The pharmaceutical industry will not back down from concocting vaccines. It matters not who is injured or maimed. The most recent Merck & Co. disaster is the vaccine for shingles they named Zostavax. Fiercepharma.com reports there have been “thousands of complaints,” with injuries ranging from shingles, to blindness, paralysis, brain damage and death.

Merck happens to also be the producer of the Gardasil HPV vaccine that has been pushed on females 9 – 26 since its FDA approval in 2006. It has since expanded the market to include males.  A  2015 report from Lifesitenews.com detailed over 50 cases of serious medical injury to Canadian teens after taking the HPV shot and “in the U.S., more than 100 deaths and tens of thousands of reports of adverse actions.”

The controversy concerning the link between autism and vaccines continues. While President Trump made overtures to Robert F. Kennedy Jr. early in his administration about Kennedy leading a commission to study those links, there’s been little news since. On the other hand, Kennedy has only become more vocal with his World Mercury Project. He, along with Robert DeNiro, made a $100,000 offer to anyone who can provide a peer reviewed scientific study stating that thimerosal, a mercury containing preservative, “is safe in the amounts contained in vaccines currently being administered to American children and pregnant women.” Health Ranger…

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