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Cyber Attacks on Banks Inspire Secret Technocratic Network to Protect Financial Information

Susanne Posel, Contributor Activist Post Last month, mainstream media reported on the cyber-attacks to our banking institutions that disrupted business and caused havoc for customers. National Security officials stated that although the attacks have begun to subside, they are remaining vigilant. A nameless, faceless group of alleged Iranian hackers is being blamed for the attacks to JPMorgan Chase, […]

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TV stations may start using military drones like ‘any other type of news-gathering equipment’

Madison Ruppert, Contributor Activist Post The Camcopter, a drone developed for military use by Austria’s Schiebel Corporation, could very well be used by television stations and other journalists to gather news in the very near future. Considering the rise of the use of military drones in concert with law enforcement, the undeniable increase in domestic drone operations and pending explosive growthof […]

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US Veterans Forcibly Sequestered in Mental Hospitals is Indefinite Detention

Susanne Posel, Contributor Activist Post After Special Justice Walter Douglas Stokes sentenced former US Marine Brandon Raub to 30 days detention in the psychiatric ward of the Veterans Hospital, Circuit Court Judge Allan Sharrett dismissed the case, citing that the original petition was “devoid of any factual allegations that it could not be reasonably expected […]

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Risking Nuclear Armageddon

Risking Nuclear Armageddon

Irresponsible leaders risk the unthinkable. Media scoundrels cheerlead mindlessly. So do neocon think tanks. Ordinary people are more concerned about mundane trivia than survival. Nero didn’t fiddle while Rome burned. The violin wasn’t invented for another 1,500 years. Today’s officials go where earlier ones wouldn’t dare. They risk regional or global disaster. War on Syria […]

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U.S. Writing New Syrian Constitution

Tony Cartalucci, Contributor Activist Post The US State Department, via the “US Institute of Peace” is working directly with Syrian “opposition” groups to formulate a “government” to put into place, if and when NATO covert military operations succeed in collapsing the Syrian state. The report written by Foreign Policy magazine titled, “Inside the quiet effort to […]

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Drones can be hijacked, Researchers says Vulnerability Exist

A University of Texas researcher illustrated that fact in a series of test flights recently, showing that GPS “spoofing” could cause a drone to veer off its course and even purposely crash. This is particularly worrisome, given that the US is looking to grant US airspace to drones for domestic jobs including police surveillance or even FedEx […]

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The Insects Are Watching: The Future of Government Surveillance

Susanne Posel, Contributor Activist Post In June of 2011, the US military admitted to having drone technology so sophisticated that it could be the size of a bug. In what is referred to as the “microaviary” on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, drones are in development and design to replicate the flight patterns of moths, hawks and other […]

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Former President Bush and Administration Guilty of War Crimes

Last week, in a trial held in Kuala Lumpur, former US President George W. Bush and several of his key administration members were convicted of war crimes. The tribunal was led by retired Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. After the guilty verdict reached by five senior judges was delivered, Mahathir Mohamad said: “Powerful countries are […]

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