Tuesday - Nov 20, 2018


  • Final goal of the surveillance state

    by Jon Rappoport

    Surveillance is coming at us from all angles. Chips, drones, TSA checkpoints, smart meters, back-doored electronic products, video cameras, spying home appliances; our phone calls and emails and keystrokes and product purchases are recorded.

    The government and its allied corporations will know whatever they want to know about us.

    What then?

    What happens when all nations are blanketed from stem to stern with surveillance?

  • Leopoldo López:Venezuela’s dangerous man

    by Alvaro Vargas Llosa

    After several days in hiding, Leopoldo López, one of the leaders of Venezuela’s resistance movement, turned himself in at a massive protest rally and proclaimed: “If my imprisonment serves to wake up people…it will have been worth it.”

  • The war on men: 9 ways masculinity is under attack

    by Paul Joseph Watson

    Men are facing a full frontal assault on their rights, health and culture like never before. The war on masculinity has never been so brutal – but it’s not a war being waged by women. The attack is coming directly from the top, as the establishment desperately attempts to emasculate and disempower men in order to force women to be more dependent on the state, thereby enabling more power to be centralized and aiding the growth of big government.

  • Mind control research and freedom

    by Jon Rappoport

    There is a whole brand of mind control that is little more than torture.

    In other words, by inflicting duress, coercion, making threats, causing pain and disorientation, an “expert” can make a victim do and say many things. That’s no secret. There are obviously drugs and hypnotic techniques that will soften up a person and/or put him into tremendous confusion, where he is pliable. And microwaves create pain.

  • How will the economy improve in 2014 if aalmost everyone has less money to spend

    by Michael Snyder
    Economic Collapse Blog

    Is the U.S. consumer tapped out? If so, how in the world will the U.S. economy possibly improve in 2014? Most Americans know that the U.S. economy is heavily dependent on consumer spending. If average Americans are not out there spending money, the economy tends not to do very well.

  • Genetic weapons – can your DNA kill you?

    by Janet C. Phelan
    Activist Post

    It is a scene out of a futuristic political thriller—the Secretary of State issues secret orders for embassy officials to collect the DNA of foreign heads of state while the President, speaking at a $1,000 a plate dinner, is surrounded by a contingent of Secret Service agents wiping clean his drinking glasses and picking up stray hair follicles. They are not just protecting the President—they are protecting the President’s DNA.

  • Edward Snowden is a patriot

    by Anthony D. Romero
    Executive Director, ACLU

    As a whistleblower of illegal government activity that was sanctioned and kept secret by the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government for years, he undertook great personal risk for the public good. And he has single-handedly reignited a global debate about the extent and nature of government surveillance and our most fundamental rights as individuals.

  • Technocracy is failed mind control

    by Jon Rappoport

    Whether we know it or not, like it or not, want it or not, we are engaged in a struggle, and that struggle concerns the human spirit—understanding it, experiencing it, defending it against attacks.

    The spirit isn’t some vague ghost or apparition. It’s front and center, even in this blind world. It animates action. It has great power. It defies reduction.