Reports in Der Spiegel that US agencies bugged European council building 'reminiscent of cold war', says German minister
The prospects for a new trade pact between the US and the European Union worth hundreds of billions have suffered a severe setback following allegations that Washington bugged key EU offices and intercepted phonecalls and emails from top officials.
The latest reports of NSA snooping on Europe – and on Germany in particular – went well beyond previous… Continue
Every survival situation will require tools, the oldest and most versatile of tools is the edged weapon or blade. What type of blade/s to have are often a matter of great debate. So here's my thought on the matter.
You should maintain three cutting blades as a minimum, the first being a locking foldable knife which can be operated with a single hand. When closed it should fit mostly inside the closed hand. This blade will serve many purposes, closed it provides a weight and solid…
A video has emerged of a gun control advocate at a Second Amendment rally in Philadelphia arguing that not only guns but knives, nails, forks and anything with a sharp edge should be banned and that the government should develop new kitchen utensils that are unable to harm people in order to keep everybody safe
June 29, 2013 - Featured, Main, Martial Law - 11 comments
When retired FBI agent, the now deceased Ted Gunderson, reportedly told a gathering of militia members that the federal government had set up 1,000 internment camps across the country, I had no trouble believing his statement because there is ample documentation to support his statement (e.g. REX 84, Operation Garden Plot and now the NDAA). However, when Gunderson reported… Continue
US Army restricts access to Guardian website over secrets in NSA leak stories
Published time: June 28, 2013 06:39 Edited time: June 28, 2013 08:02
The US Army confirmed on Thursday that access to The Guardian newspaper’s website has been filtered and restricted for its personnel. The policy is due to classified documents described in detail in the stories.…
Governor, Republicans claim talks going well, but no deal yet
MIKE BAKER | The Associated Press • Published June 25, 2013
Thousands of state workers received notifications Monday that they could be temporarily laid off starting next week, even as Gov. Jay Inslee expressed an upbeat tone about budget talks that could avert a government shutdown.
Inslee’s financial managers directed agencies to start sending notices because lawmakers have not been able to finalize… Continue
Added by Burbia on June 26, 2013 at 11:14am —
BY JEREMY PAWLOSKI | Staff writer • Published June 26, 2013
A former Joint Base Lewis-McChord employee accused of infiltrating an Olympia anti-war group has admitted he accessed an email listserv maintained by the group in 2007 for attorney-client communications, then forwarded the information to police, according to documents filed in federal court in Tacoma.
Attorneys state in a recent court filing that John Towery accessed the activists’ listserv because he was… Continue
Added by Burbia on June 26, 2013 at 11:08am —
As many of You know, I have been managing at the behest of a friend. Sadly, My friend cannot pay the rent any longer on My 16X16 cabin ($300 mo/inc util, plus phone & interweb) and there is no work for old arthritic ladies in these parts.
So... I will likely be packing My stuff and figuring out what to do with My two cats - breaking My heart to have no place for the two I rescued from certain death at the shelter, and who I adore with all My heart... Maybe I will hitchhike to…
The National Security Agency better known as the NSA has long been hidden as an agency that's all powerful and has computers and surveillance that's beyond anything we can imagine. They can monitor and intercept all telephone calls, emails instant messenger and all communications on the Internet. If they can do this then why did 911 happen? We will take a look at NSA Whistle blower Edward Snowden and what he did and what may happen to him. Join Mario and I as we take on the topic of the…
By Naomi Wolf
Global Research, June 15, 2013
I hate to do this but I feel obligated to share, as the story unfolds, my creeping concern that the NSA leaker is not who he purports to be, and that the motivations involved in the story may be more complex than they appear to be.
This is in no way to detract from the great courage of Glenn Greenwald in reporting the story, and the gutsiness of the Guardian in showcasing this kind of reporting, which is a service to America that US… Continue
Of the three primary environments the city would have to be in my opinion the most challenging. You will have little access to natural resources, the population density will ensure the rampant spread of disease and hostile encounters. Infestations of many types of insect, vermin and animals will also compound the problems you will face with water and food stores.
If you live in a city you will need multiple plans, the get out of Dodge plan. The let the storm pass and get out of Dodge…
SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS!!! Mark Matheny June 24, 2013 Have you noticed the size of the packages at your local food store lately? In order for companies to hide the effects of inflation (the printing and adding of money into the supply of money), companies are simply reducing the amount of ounces given, and still charging the same…
We will simplify the planning process by breaking down to three survival environments: 1) Inner city. Here you have little or no natural resources, city services provide most or all of the basic needs such as water, sanitation, and the energy sources used to cook and heat. The local population density is high, meaning resource competition will be high. 2) Urban. This would be neighborhoods removed from the city yards and some degree of natural foliage. Most basic services are provided by…
"Great reparations, Kamala's family owned slaves:
In the article, Donald Harris (Kamala's Father) explained the family’s Jamaican roots, writing:
My roots go back, within my lifetime, to my paternal grandmother Miss Chrishy…"