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polite people blind the all seeing eye

In Oliver Stone‘s respectful movie Snowden, among the many powerful revelations Edward shared with us is the constant and thorough surveillance we are under. In their Hong Kong meetings reporters’ cell phones went into a microwave oven as those are specifically designed to block microwave transmissions from getting out, which includes audio as well as video information via microwave transmitters built into our electronic tools. The rulers love to put stuff like this in plain sight where we never see it. Thus their all-seeing-eye on every dollar bill we carry, and use in our private, cash transactions. Funny guys. Many of us getting our world view from non-mainstream sources have known for years that Big Brother can turn on and […]

The Freest Country on Earth

from A Geek With Guns A lot of people in the United States mistakenly believe that peacekeeper and law enforcer are interchangeable terms. In a nation where the only laws on the books were laws against harming others that could be true. But a vast majority of the laws in the United States have nothing to do with harming others, which is what a vast majority of prisoners are being held for victimless crimes: In light of that, let us review some statistics which demonstrate just how destructive the mass incarceration of victimless criminals has become to our society. The 2009 federal prison population consisted of criminals who committed these crimes: Drugs 50.7% Public-order 35.0%, Violent 7.9% Property 5.8% […]

Tor – what for?

Wondoze Exploder is still the big dog in Internet browsing tools. Mozilla Firefox escapes some of its more onerous aspects, and is a strong second. Firefox adds a modicum of resistance to The Great Database accumulating everything there is to know about everybody they wish to control – roughly everybody. The best computer brains on the planet include many who are less than in love with Big Brother. They are freedom of thought’s friends. Somewhere much lower on that food chain are those who have sold their souls to The Man … the programming prostitutes. Fortunately, the A team is on our side. You do, of course, have to do your part. That brings me back to Internet browsing… and […]

stupid smart phones

I was going along with cell phone evolution for a while. I wised-up about the time they started with the “smart phone” moniker. Privacy and health concerns are enough to put me off that feed. I share a couple of recent articles below touching on some of those concerns with current knowledge. First off, I will resist the constant monitoring by Big Brother as well as I conveniently can. I phrase it that way as I recognize The Deep State is a pervasive, cancerous growth in our world. Escape is possible, but requires focus, dedication and abandonment of too many modern conveniences. My attempt at balance dictates resistance, avoidance and fershur I will not facilitate Big Brother’s snooping. That […]

wicked laws

“I say that you cannot administer a wicked law impartially. You can only destroy. You can only punish. I warn you that a wicked law, like cholera, destroys everyone it touches — its upholders as well as its defiers.” — Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee Source: the book, Inherit the Wind http://quotes.liberty-tree.ca/quote_blog/Jerome.Lawrence.Quote.EA1E “You want to know what this was really all about? The Nixon campaign in 1968, and the Nixon White House after that, had two enemies: the antiwar left and black people. You understand what I’m saying? We knew we couldn’t make it illegal to be either against the war or black, but by getting the public to associate the hippies with marijuana and blacks with heroin, and […]

great news

You likely have heard of Wikileaks’ Vault 7 data release. This is much like what Edward Snowden did a few years back. Of course lamestream media and the rulers are ducking, bobbing and weaving as fast as they can, but truth is a harsh master, and can be merciless to the liars. This particular news show gets all stars possible for covering the current picture, what the information released means, the context of it, and explaining it in accessible terms. It is a great way to catch up if you haven’t been following the “Vault 7” story since it exploded. Included is a wonderful interview with John McAfee who explains in understandable terms the who, what and how of the […]

who is a fascist?

People are jumping up and calling our government “FASCIST” now. That is good news. Recognizing it is the first step in resisting, and possibly restoring liberty. I welcome them to our side. Of course they are a wee bit late to the party. The new administration did not implement fascism in its first week. Fascism was established by the prior administration, and the one before that, and the one before that, and the one before that … I wrote and published this in IdahoLiberty.com 6 1/2 years ago. Who’s a Fascist? “…That is what FASCISM means. Perhaps it is okay. Maybe I should say that most of us obviously think it okay to live, but uncomfortable to admit to. Nevertheless, […]

implementing 4th Amendment

USofA Constitution, Amendment IV The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. Of course these protections are long gone. (Sorry Ben) Warrantless searches of homes, often by violent teams of men above the law number in the thousands every year, and continue to rise. Heavily armed checkpoints on public roads are regularly set up with forced medical investigation of bodies as well as searches of travelers’ vehicles. Phone calls and correspondence are nearly 100% […]