8 December 2016
- Walk into any licensed cannabis grow op in Colorado and one of the first things you’ll notice are the barcodes.
Every plant has a brightly colored tag—blue for recreational and yellow for medicinal—zip-tied to its stalk or planted in its soil, and each tag bears a bar code and a Radio Frequency ID (RFID) chip. Look up from the plants and you’ll notice the security cameras silently monitoring every inch of the floor 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Employees will likely be wearing badges that allow a computer program to track their movement from room to room. Perhaps you’ll run into an inspector from the state’s Marijuana Enforcement Division, who show up unannounced to verify the amount of flower produced by the grow op matches with what the state has recorded in their real-time inventory systems.
Welcome to the cannabis surveillance state, a multi-million dollar industry that is responsible for turning America’s favorite black market flower into one of the most highly regulated commodities on the market today.
22 November 2015
- What’s with this anything goes atmosphere we’ve been swept into when it comes to governmental, economic and societal behavior?
What happened? How did this darkened, backwards world become the “new normal” everyone seems to have accepted, with nary a whimper of complaint? Where did this come from, and in what world are we now living?
It’s very much like being in a well lit room when someone waltzes in and hits the dimmer, which before you know it has been gradually turned down to almost zero visibility.
And apparently the tables were turned when the lights went out.
5 November 2015
- On Friday, October 24, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and FBI agents, state and country authorities, undercover agents and policemen, some wearing military gear, raided and destroyed industrial hemp crops – 30,000 plants total – grown by the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin, according to Fox 11 News in Wisconsin.
The tribe legalized growing low THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) industrial hemp on its land in May this year, reported CBS News. The hemp crops were supposed to be protected by the Farm Bill according to the tribe’s press release. But now the feds are saying that the plants were actually a type of high grade marijuana according to the Fox 11 report, which said that the initial test was negative but the second test came back positive. Menominee Tribal Chairman Gary Besaw is now denying the allegations, saying that he and the tribe are “perplexed” by the raid and said they have informed the government every step of the way.
Besaw earlier stated that the crops had great economic potential for Menominee Tribe, which is currently at the bottom of the state of Wisconsin when it comes to poverty and health.
2 May 2015
- Jade Helm 15 operation is no simple exercise. At the very least it is conditioning Americans for more control, even less personal freedom in the metastasizing surveillance state, and something worse in the near future. The bare fact remains that too many will fall for it and continue to stand back in fear and obedience to false, illegitimately imposed fascist controls backed by brute force.
The time is now to withdraw your consent and participation in such fear and obeisance mongering.
See what is happening for what it is. And sound the alarm. Our full awareness of the nature of these staged operations and broadcasting it far and wide has pushed them back before, and we can do it again. Let your awareness, indignation and refusal to accept this be known far and wide.
2 March 2015
- Nearly 100,000 of the poorest children in the UK went hungry last year because their parents’ benefits were stopped or cut, according to a report by a coalition of churches.
A total of more than a million benefit sanctions were imposed last year - sometimes simply because people were late for an appointment at the Jobcentre.
Researchers also found that more than 100 people with severe mental health problems a day were sanctioned.
The report said: “We are disturbed that a benefit system intended to provide for the needy and vulnerable is used as a means of coercion and compliance.
“The penalties often do not appear reasonable or proportionate to the ‘failure’ that has occurred.
9 July 2014
- In a shocking study it was recently revealed that 1 in 3 American individuals tested had an active RFID in them, and they were unaware of it.
In a publication from the Wyoming Institute of Technology (WIT), it has been reported that doctors tested 2955 Americans from different geographic locations and walks of life.
The test subjects were stripped down and scanned bodily to see if RFID chips could be detected.
6 September 2013
- These power crazed would be rulers don’t own the earth. They don’t own you and me. They don’t own all their stupid secret symbols. They don’t own the present, they don’t own the future. They don’t even own themselves.
They’re usurpers, in every sense of the word. And absolutely nothing to fear.
That these invading power freaks striving to control the world should try to lay claim to some secret knowledge and power source that is superior to everything else is a fraud. That they think they can bring on world changing events that result in national clampdowns and population reduction is their personal nightmare in the making.
23 May 2013
- Predators must have knowledge about their prey if they are going to be successful hunters. It is clear that we have been studied and our weaknesses have been exploited in an effort to exhaust us economically, physically and spiritually. Renowned researcher, Alan Watt goes so far as to state that the perpetrators responsible for this ultimately want to destroy any sense of individuality in us whatsoever.
Regardless of who’s doing the aggression, we can see that there is a war on the individual as we are assaulted on many fronts and are losing our individuality to such an alarming degree, with such intensity and in such a rapid time, that it drastically reduces the likelihood that this is happening by accident. It seems there are predators who are coercing us and creating an atmosphere ripe for the rotting of minds. The identity of the predators, while crucial, is controversial, however their actions leave scars that are less debatable and if we can agree on what those are, we can perhaps have an easier time building a consensus about what is happening in general and what we can do about it. That said, it’s not very difficult to agree on what those scars are. They’re in front of our faces all the time.
27 April 2013
- Beyond electronically storing patient records, the next step for the UK is linking these records with DNA and genetic information on an all-in-one database.
The HGSG plan threatens to remove people's right to know exactly who is using their genomic data and why, and the building of a biometric database without consent, which will allow for tracking and categorisation of all individuals and those individual's relatives. This data is mostly not relevant to patient care.
8 February 2013
- Having created a situation where more than 50 million Americans are totally dependant on foods stamps, the US government is now ready to start rolling out the real reason for creating the dependancy - to microchip the population.
"Like the Indian UID program, the roll-out of the American system will require fingerprinting of individuals receiving food stamps under the guise of reducing fraud."
The first phase is fingerprinting... the next phase is microchips.
- Once clandestine, torture has gone mainstream. It is now routinely used — from the interrogation of detainees in the war on manufactured terror to police routinely using “pain compliance” techniques on school children.
The attacks of September 11, 2001 opened the floodgates and provided the foundation for mainstreaming the use of torture and dismissing moral objections to the practice.
- “Mass incarceration on a scale almost unexampled in human history is a fundamental fact of our country today—perhaps the fundamental fact, as slavery was the fundamental fact of 1850. In truth, there are more black men in the grip of the criminal-justice system—in prison, on probation, or on parole—than were in slavery then.
Over all, there are now more people under ‘correctional supervision’ in America—more than six million—than were in the Gulag Archipelago under Stalin at its height.”—Adam Gopnik, “The Caging of America”.