Monthly Archives: December 2015
“The Internet is watching us now. If they want to. They can see what sites you visit. In the future, television will be watching us, and customizing itself to what it knows about us. The thrilling thing is, that will make us feel we’re part of the medium. The scary thing is, we’ll lose our right to privacy. An ad will appear in the air around us, talking directly to us.”—Director Steven Spielberg, Minority ReportWe are a scant 40 years away from the futuristic world that science fiction author Philip K. Dick envisioned for Minority Report in which the government is all-seeing, all-knowing and all-powerful, and if you dare to step out of line, dark-clad police SWAT teams will crack a few skulls to bring the populace under control.
divide the people into factions, persuade them to see each other as the enemy and keep them screaming at each other so that they drown out all other sounds. In this way, they will never reach consensus about anything and will be too distracted to notice the police state closing in on them until the final crushing curtain falls.
“The weakening of [Daesh] as a conventional force in its core territory will encourage its leadership to call for more terrorist operations in the West and across the Middle East,” the Texas-based think tank noted in its annual forecast.
Russia have called for NATO to be completely dissolved, saying that they are very concerned about the ongoing expansion of the agency. State Duma Speaker Sergey Naryshkin said that global security would benefit in NATO’s dissolution.“My attitude to this organization is special – I see it as a cancerous tumor on the whole European continent. It would only be for the better if this organization is dissolved,” Naryshkin told Serbian lawmakers on Thursday.
“Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.” Woodrow Wilson, The New Freedom (1913) The “Maryland Sniper” is on everyone’s mind. In March, Svali, an ex-Illuminati mind controller wrote: “There is a lot more going on in the suburbs around Washington, DC than most people realize,” She described how the Illuminati cult brainwashed and trained people to become assassins. http://www.centrexnews.com/columnists/svali/2001/05/0507.html Has the mainstream media suggested a possible link to this cult? Do I need to ask? Read on
With a drug war against marijuana still raging in more countries than not, the question of how long-term marijuana use effects the human brain is a pivotal question in its legalization. Although alcohol remains legal despite heaps of evidence to the dangers of long-term use, the fight to make marijuana available both with regard to its medical properties (especially in selectively killing cancer cells) and non-medical uses has frequently hinged on the various claims made about marijuana’s effects on the recreational user.
The United Nations and the United States have said that they are going to collaborate to form a global police force, bypassing Congress and any Constitutional laws, in order to tackle “violent extremism”.Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced the plans at the United Nations on Wednesday, saying that her office would work with numerous American cities to form the Strong Cities Network (SCN). Lees verder….
Nobody needs to read Zbigniew “Grand Chessboard” Brzezinski’s 1997 opus to know US foreign policy revolves around one single overarching theme: prevent – by all means necessary – the emergence of a power, or powers, capable of constraining Washington’s unilateral swagger, not only in Eurasia but across the world.The Pentagon carries the same message embedded in newspeak: the Full Spectrum Dominance doctrine.
‘Washington has gone from ‘regime change’ to ‘political transition’ in Syria, but we are not stupid’ — RT Op-Edge
I think, first of all, diplomacy is always good. It is a very good sign that John Kerry actually went to Moscow, made the effort to go out there and had these high-level meetings. I think it is something very positive. However, I don’t want to get ahead of ourselves here because policy doesn’t change on a dime. But what is the reason for this apparent shift, I think the facts on the grounds have changed in places like – particularly – Syria.