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Oct 20 16:03

VICTORY: NIGERIA IS DECLARED EBOLA FREE

Oct 20 15:49

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Oct 20 15:27

DC police spent $260k on ‘Stingray’ surveillance system, left it unused for 6 years

Requests for documents have revealed not only that law enforcement in Washington, DC long ago acquired a controversial cellphone surveillance system known as a “Stingray,” but also let it sit around unused for around six years.

Investigative journalists have been increasingly successful in recent months with regards to acquiring documentation and evidence concerning the use of Stingray and other surveillance systems by police departments across the United States. According to some of the latest reports, however, the Metropolitan Police Department in the nation’s capital indeed acquired a Stingray, but waited more than half-a-decade until its officers were actually showed how to use it.

Oct 20 15:24

Is Ebola virus man-made, a biowarfare agent?

Within this cult of secrecy weapons research and testing on unconventional weapons was accelerated, and Fort Deitrick, Maryland specialized in bacteriological warfare. (B.W.) In l900, during the U.S. military occupation of Havana, a vicious scourge of yellow fever raged through the cities barrios like a river of death killing and terrifying 14. thousands. Yellow fever is a frightful virus that begins with the sudden onset of fever usually accompanied by a chill and severe pain in the head, back, and limbs.

Oct 20 15:21

WEAPONIZED: The case for Ebola coming from a bioweapons lab

DID EBOLA REALLY JUMP FROM AFRICAN FRUIT BATS TO HUMANS IN 1976, OR HAS THIS DEADLY PATHOGEN EMERGED FROM A HIGH-LEVEL BIOWEAPONS LAB?

Oct 20 15:06

Your email isn’t as private as you think

Employers must respect the privacy of employees’ communications, but there are exceptions.

You may think that private emails from private accounts, and private messages from private social media accounts, are just that – private. You may also think that your employer cannot discipline you for their contents. You may be wrong.

Oct 20 14:54

New trolling laws 'threaten freedom of speech'

If you threaten somebody’s life on the internet or you threaten them with a serious crime you can be done for it, you can do prison time for that. So nobody understands quite why are the laws being proposed in this way. It is particularly savage because there is a degree of hypocrisy about these charges of online terrorism. From the very people who are bombing others around the world, it is a little strange. There is a kind of moral panic here, a political panic, could be seen by politicians to deal with what is really a small-scale social problem.

Oct 20 14:53

Fidel: The time of duty has come

Any sensible person would know that the political decisions that entail some risk for the highly qualified staff involve a high level of responsibility from those who call on them to fulfill a risky task. This is something far more difficult than sending soldiers to fight and even die for a just political cause; and they also did so because they always thought it was their duty.

Oct 20 14:31

New Seeds, Old Pesticides

I doubt very many people have ever heard or seen a “tank mix.” Simply put, it is a mix of several crop chemicals used together to control a variety of weeds. I have not looked into a swirling mix of chemicals in a crop spray rig for probably 20 years–that’s about how long it has been since we have used any herbicides on our farm.

Oct 20 14:17

The Ebola could have escaped from US bio-warfare labs

Is Ebola virus a GMO? Why does it spread so quickly and travel such great distances? What’s going on in the bio-warfare laboratories that the United States have set in West Africa? And most importantly. Are we being told the truth about Ebola?

Oct 20 14:11

Germany’s intel agency is (apparently) a branch of the CIA

The German BND is not an independent intelligent service but more like a CIA branch according to Manuel Ochsenreiter, Editor-in-Chief of Zuerst magazine.

Oct 20 14:05

Wow, Hillary Clinton Really Can't Stand Vladimir Putin. It's Personal.

This is very interesting. Speaking at a fundraiser in Las Vegas on Monday, Hillary Clinton ripped into Putin, and lectured Europeans on being too soft on him. Her remarks suggested a deep personal distaste for the man.

Oct 20 13:58

Russia to Ban Imports of Cars, Heavy Equipment, Metallurgy Products

Russia is preparing to bar state-run companies from importing vehicles, heavy equipment and metallurgy products, an influential Russian daily said Sunday.

Oct 20 13:55

China and Russia Planning $230bn Moscow-Beijing High Speed Rail Link

The respective governments of China and Russia are seriously considering the idea of building a high-speed railway line between their two capital cities, according to reports.

Oct 20 13:55

How The Federal Reserve Is Purposely Attacking Savers

There’s something we ‘regular’ citizens wrestle with that the elites never seem to: a sense of moral duty.

For example, following the collapse of the housing bubble, many people struggled with mortgages they could no longer afford to pay, fearing the shame of default. Many believed defaulting was wrong somehow; that it was their moral obligation to pay their mortgages, no matter how dire their personal situation. And of course, the mortgages lenders did their utmost to reinforce this perception.

Oct 20 13:48

Ebola, AIDS Manufactured by Western Pharmaceuticals, US DoD?

Scientists allege deadly diseases such as Ebola and AIDS are bio weapons being tested on Africans. Other reports have linked the Ebola virus outbreak to an attempt to reduce Africa’s population. Liberia happens to be the continents’s fastest growing population.

Oct 20 13:40

WHO Declares Nigeria Ebola-Free After 42 Days With No Cases

The World Health Organization declared Nigeria Ebola free on Monday after a 42 day period with no new cases, a success story with lessons for countries still struggling to contain the deadly virus.

Oct 20 13:40

Press TV journalist accused by Turkey of spying dies in border car crash

A Lebanese-American reporter working for Iranian channel, Press TV, Serena Shim has been killed in a car crash in Turkey, following her reports of accusations from Turkey’s intelligence agency that she had been “spying.”

Oct 20 13:38

Blacklisted: The Secret Government Rulebook For Labeling You a Terrorist

The Obama administration has quietly approved a substantial expansion of the terrorist watchlist system, authorizing a secret process that requires neither “concrete facts” nor “irrefutable evidence” to designate an American or foreigner as a terrorist, according to a key government document obtained by The Intercept.

Oct 20 13:28

Feds Stockpile Protective Gear in Expectation of “Emergency” Event

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is looking to stockpile a year’s worth of personal protective equipment (PPE) in order to prepare for an expected disruption to the supply chain due to an “emergency” event.

Oct 20 13:24

This Will Make 2008 Look Like a Picnic

Oct 20 13:12

Social Media giants will hand over info about suspected 'terrorist' activity

Social media outlets Facebook, Twitter and YouTube will be asked by the UK government to automatically hand over information about suspected extremists who use their online services.

Tech giants Google and Microsoft will take part in government talks where senior policy advisors are expected to request outlets routinely turn over information about suspected online terrorist activity.

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