America Will Lose The Trade War Because That Is What Globalists Want To Happen
by Brandon Smith
Posted June 7, 2019
As far as 4th Gen warfare is concerned, Mindwar describes a method of psychological manipulation and propaganda used by governments and militaries as a means to turn a target population against itself. The goal is to win a war against a group of people by causing them to destroy each other so that the government does not have to combat them directly.
False paradigms are a premier tool for pursuing this outcome. They are achieved by dividing a population through false leadership, fake and sometimes real outside threats, as well as manufactured crisis events. Globalist institutions and the political puppets they control use false paradigms as a means to distract the public away from their criminal endeavors. While we are focused on the political Left, or the political Right, or the Russians, or the Iranians, or the Chinese, they are exploiting our fear and doubt to gain more centralization and more power. More…
The Powers That Be (TPTB) want to create divisions among people so that their attention is focused on each other, rather than on TPTB and their activities.
Remember this the next time you feel the need to resort to name calling like libtard, trumptard, etc. When you do that, you are playing the game the elites want you play.
by Lori Marino
Posted June 6, 2019
One of the most insidious misconceptions about farmed animals (indeed almost all animals aside from human ones) is that they do not care about their young, who do not need a mother for normal development. This mythology of emotional detachment has become the lore for chickens, cows, turkeys and other farmed animals. But what is the evidence for this convenient fabrication? At first blush, it is irrational to think that any mammal or even vertebrate would be indifferent to their offspring. If that were the case, none of us would be here now.
Instead, there is ample evidence that farmed animals care very much about being able to raise their offspring. Several studies show that calves must be brought up by their mothers to be socially well-adjusted. Young calves allowed to stay with their mothers grow up more socially confident with other cows. Conversely, cows prevented from being raised by their mothers show more fearful responses to novel situations and unfamiliar cows. Dairy calves raised in more complex social groups in general tend to have increased coping abilities and higher capacities for dealing with change. The same effects are seen for piglets and lambs. More…
Class Action Lawsuit Challenges Chicago’s Impound Racket
by Andrew Wimer
Posted June 5, 2019
Each year Chicago impounds tens of thousands of cars, imposing harsh penalties and rapidly accruing towing and storage fees on their owners. It is nearly impossible for many Chicagoans to come up with enough money to get their cars back. The system traps even innocent owners in its bureaucratic maze. But a class action lawsuit announced today by the Institute for Justice (IJ), a national civil liberties law firm, and three car owners, seeks to bring an end to Chicago’s unconstitutional impound scheme.
The lawsuit challenges two aspects of the city’s impound scheme: that it subjects innocent owners to fines for crimes they did not commit and that the city holds cars as ransom until their owners pay all fines and fees. Imposing any fine on someone who did nothing wrong is an excessive fine and violates due process, in violation of the Illinois and United States constitutions. And holding a car for no other reason than to force payment is an unconstitutional seizure. More…
The police, acting as the government enforcement agents, are using their power to essentially extort money from people by holding their vehicles hostage. Often these vehicles have already been sold by the time people come up with the money to pay the extortion fees.
What kind of society do we live in where police are always given “the benefit of the doubt” and this benefit is routinely abused? Even if this lawsuit is successful, will the people responsible for this have to pay?
Note from USA: The A to Z of the American Police State
By John W Whitehead
Posted June 4, 2019
We have moved beyond the era of representative government and entered a new age You can call it the age of authoritarianism. Or fascism. Or oligarchy. Or the American police state.
What characterizes American government today is not so much dysfunctional politics as it is ruthlessly contrived governance carried out behind the entertaining, distracting and disingenuous curtain of political theatre. And what political theatre it is, diabolically Shakespearean at times, full of sound and fury, yet in the end, signifying nothing.
Played out on the national stage and eagerly broadcast to a captive audience by media sponsors, this farcical exercise in political theatre can, at times, seem riveting, life-changing and suspenseful, even for those who know better. More…
How Ordinary People are Changing the World
By Christina Sarich
Posted June 3, 2019
Over 800,000 volunteers planted saplings across the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh recently. The tree-planting initiative was part of a $6.5 billion-dollar effort to reforest at least 12 percent of India by 2030. It wasn’t a publicity stunt, nor was it funded by George Soros – Hungarian-American investor, business magnate, and philanthropist – but Uttar Pradesh is now in the Guinness Book for breaking the previous record of planting the most trees in one day, previously held by Pakistan.
What can planting 50 million trees in one day teach us about our failed attempts to create change in our own respective countries? And what really makes a good citizen on this planet? Is it marching before the White House? Is it having certain rights and privileges, because of what your zip code is? Or is there more to it? More…
Power Of Orwellian State Has Become Almost Irreversible
by Bruce Wilds
Posted June 2, 2019
The insurmountable problem posed by the growing power of Orwellian States and the reason we should all be afraid is that once totalitarianism takes hold it is almost impossible to loosen its grip. Freedom and privacy are often its first victims which add to its resilience as it reaches deep down into the very heart of society and our culture.
Not only have we stepped onto the slippery slope toward more government intrusion but many people seem to have flung themselves down this path trading their privacy for promises of a safer world as the government with the help of a complacent media spreads its message this is all “for the greater good.” The blatant claims and subliminal messages they put forth have even spread into our schools and universities where government money and power influence the lessons we teach our youth. More…
None of Your Business – The rise of surveillance capitalism
By Katie Fitzpatrick
Posted June 1, 2019
Before they started their successful wildcat strike last year, West Virginia teachers railed against the introduction of a workplace wellness program called Go365. The program coerced employees into downloading an app that would monitor their health, rewarding points for exercise and good behavior. Employees who failed to accrue 3,000 points by the end of the year would be penalized with a $25 monthly fee and increased deductibles. Although the program was made voluntary before the strike began (and has since been eliminated), the outrage over Go365 helped ignite the strike. As one teacher told The New York Times, “People felt that was very invasive, to have to download that app and to be forced into turning over sensitive information.”
By resisting Go365, the West Virginia teachers waged two battles at once: They fought in the trenches of state austerity and on the front lines of private digital surveillance. The app presaged many of the worrying trends that Shoshana Zuboff describes in her new book, The Age of Surveillance Capitalism.
Zuboff shows that these increasingly frequent invasions of our privacy are neither accidental nor optional; instead, they’re a key source of profit for many of the 21st century’s most successful companies. Thus, these companies have a direct financial stake in the broadening, deepening, and perfecting of the surveillance they already profit from—and in making sure that it remains legal. More…
Governments and corporations are steadily increasing the amount of surveillance across societies. The two main drivers are profit and control.
Consider whether you need that “free” app next time. Consider China’s social credit system and whether this is the direction you wish to go.
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