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Breaking: Shocking Torture Images Released

Posted in Aborted Babies with tags , , , , , , , , on December 11, 2014 by saynsumthn

This is Torture – This is Abortion :

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Aborted Baby 3

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Aborted Baby 5

Aborted Baby 6

(Above are aborted babies from the documentary film: Brutal Truth)

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This baby was aborted in Miami simply because he was handicapped.

This baby was aborted in Miami simply because he was handicapped.

The next three babies were murdered by abortionist Kermit Gosnell at his Philadelphia abortion clinic – he sniped their next after delivery

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These pictures were taken by employees who worked at a Houston abortion clinic run by abortionist Douglas Karpen and published by Operation Rescue:

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Babies murdered by abortion are tortured in the womb at all stages and no matter how small all killing is evil:

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I have seen the carnage first hand:

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Please Read: Abortion just like the Nazi Holocaust is the “Sin of the Innocent Bystander”

Credit goes to all those who expose this evil like CBR, Monica Miller and many others.

Is Big Brother spying on the Occupy Movement?

Posted in Big Brother, Occupy Wall Street with tags , , , , , , , , , on May 21, 2012 by saynsumthn

Remember the Occupy Movement? Since last November, when the NYPD closed the Zuccotti Park encampment in downtown Manhattan –the Movement’s birthplace and symbolic nexus—Occupy’s relevance has seriously dwindled, at least as measured by coverage in the mainstream media. We’re told that this erosion is due to Occupy’s own shortcomings—an inevitable outcome of its disjointed message and decentralized leadership.

According to Business Insider: While that may be the media’s take, the U.S. Government seems to have a different view.

If recent documents obtained by the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund (PCJF) are any indication, the Occupy Movement continues to be monitored and curtailed in a nationwide, federally-orchestrated campaign, spearheaded by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

In response to repeated Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests by the Fund, made on behalf of filmmaker Michael Moore and the National Lawyers Guild, the DHS released a revealing set of documents in April. But the latest batch, made public on May 3rd, exposes the scale of the government’s “attention” to Occupy as never before.

The documents, many of which are partially blacked-out emails, demonstrate a surprising degree of coordination between the DHS’s National Operations Center (NOC) and local authorities in the monitoring of the Occupy movement. Cities implicated in this wide-scale snooping operation include New York, Oakland, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Denver, Boston, Portland, Detroit, El Paso, Houston, Dallas, Seattle, San Diego, and Los Angeles.

Interest in the Occupy protesters was not limited to DHS and local law enforcement authorities. The most recently released correspondence contains Occupy-related missives between the DHS and agencies at all levels of government, including the Mayor of Portland, regional NOC “fusion centers,” the General Services Administration (GSA), the Pentagon’s USNORTHCOM (Northern Command), and the White House. Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, Executive Director of the PCJF, contends that the variety and reach of the organizations involved point to the existence of a larger, more pervasive domestic surveillance network than previously suspected.

These documents show not only intense government monitoring and coordination in response to the Occupy Movement, but reveal a glimpse into the interior of a vast, tentacled, national intelligence and domestic spying network that the U.S. government operates against its own people. These heavily redacted documents don’t tell the full story. They are likely only a subset of responsive materials and the PCJF continues to fight for a complete release. They scratch the surface of a mass intelligence network including Fusion Centers, saturated with ‘anti-terrorism’ funding, that mobilizes thousands of local and federal officers and agents to investigate and monitor the social justice movement.

As alarmist as Verheyden-Hilliard’s charge may sound, especially given the limited, bowdlerized nature of the source material, the texts made available contain disturbing evidence of insistent federal surveillance. In particular, the role of the “Fusion Centers,” a series of 72 federally-funded information hubs run by the NOC, raises questions about the government’s expansive definition of “Homeland Security.”

Created in the wake of 9/11, the Fusion Centers were founded to expedite the sharing of information among state and local law enforcement and the federal government, to monitor localized terrorist threats, and to sidestep the regulations and legislation preventing the CIA and the military from carrying out domestic surveillance (namely, the CIA ban on domestic spying and the Posse Comitatus Act).

Is nonviolent, albeit obstructive, citizen dissent truly an issue of national security? The DHS, for its part, is aware of the contentiousness of civilian monitoring. That’s why, in a White House-approved statement to CBS News included in the dossier, DHS Press Secretary Matthew Chandler asserts that

Any decisions on how to handle specifics (sic) situations are dealt with by local authorities in that location. . . DHS is not actively coordinating with local law enforcement agencies and/or city governments concerning the evictions of Occupy encampments writ large.

However, as a reading of the documents unmistakably demonstrates, this expedient PR nugget is far from the truth. In example after example, from its seeking of “public health and safety” grounds from the City of Portland for Occupy’s ejection from Terry Schrunk Plaza, to its facilitation of information sharing between the police departments of Chicago and Boston (following a 1500-person Occupy protest in Chicago), the DHS’s active ”coordinating” with local authorities is readily apparent. Other communiqués are even more explicit in revealing a national focus, such as the DHS’s preemptive coordination with the Pentagon about a port closure in Oakland, and its collection of identity and contact information of Occupy protesters arrested at a Bank of America in Dallas.

Those Pesky Amendments

The right to public assembly is a central component of the First Amendment. The Fourth Amendment is supposed to protect Americans from warrantless searches—with the definition of “search” expanded in 1967 to include electronic surveillance, following the Supreme Court’s ruling in Katz v. United States. Assuming the Occupy protesters refrain from violence—and the vast majority do, in accord with a stated tenet of the Occupy movement—the movement’s existence is constitutionally protected, or should be.

The DHS’s monitoring, documenting, and undermining of protesters may in fact violate the First Amendment. In a recent piece for Dissent Magazine, sociologist James B. Rule explains the fundamental importance of a movement like Occupy in the American political landscape.

This surveillance campaign against Occupy is bad news for American democracy. Occupy represents an authentic, utterly home-grown, grassroots movement. Taken as a whole, it is neither terrorist nor conspiratorial. Indeed, it is hard to think of another movement so cumbersomely public in its deliberations and processes. Occupy is noisy, disorderly, insubordinate, and often inconvenient for all concerned—statements that could equally well apply to democracy in general. But it should never be targeted as a threat to the well-being of the country—quite the contrary.

Accordingly, Rule calls for the White House to rein in the ever-expanding surveillance activity of the DHS—which he contends is motivated by its own funding interests, and which prioritizes security at the expense of civil liberties.

The resource-rich Department of Homeland Security and its allies no doubt see in the rise of the movement another opportunity to justify their own claims for public legitimacy. We can be sure that many in these agencies view any noisy dissent as tantamount to a threat to national security.

Nobody who cares about democracy wants to live in a world where simply engaging in vociferous protest qualifies any citizen to have his or her identity and life details archived by state security agencies. Specific, overt threats of civil disobedience or other law-breaking should be dealt with on a piecemeal basis—not by attempting to monitor everyone who might be moved to such actions, all the time. Meanwhile, the White House should issue clear directives that identification and tracking of lawful protesters will play no further role in any government response to this populist moment.

Optimistic as it may be, Rule’s appeal to the White House is a problematic one, given the ubiquitous influence of the DHS revealed by these documents. If the White House-approved press release is any indication, the Oval Office, while not directly authorizing the DHS’s initiatives, is certainly turning a blind eye to the Department’s focus on the Occupy movement as a potential terrorist threat. Federal surveillance of citizens in the Bush years, most visible in NSA warrantless wiretapping controversy, has apparently not ceased with Obama’s inauguration.

Which raises the question: Does Obama, as he claims, “stand with the 99 percent,” or with those who cannot stand them?

Read more: http://whowhatwhy.com/2012/05/21/i-spy-an-occupy-obamas-dhs-surveils-legit-protesters/#ixzz1vXowBuZf

Facebook is Intel for CIA, NSA, DHS- fiction or fact? Is Big Brother watching you ?

Posted in Big Brother, Facebook, Privacy with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 2, 2012 by saynsumthn

FACT and FICTION:

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Yes this is dramatization, but very true. People have no clue that this information data collection system is for a reason.

BUT- According to the Daily Mail:

The Department of Homeland Security makes fake Twitter and Facebook profiles for the specific purpose of scanning the networks for ‘sensitive’ words – and tracking people who use them.

Simply using a word or phrase from the DHS’s ‘watch’ list could mean that spies from the government read your posts, investigate your account, and attempt to identify you from it, acccording to an online privacy group.

The words which attract attention range from ones seemingly related to diseases or bioweapons such as ‘human to animal’ and ‘outbreak’ to other, more obscure words such as ‘drill’ and ‘strain’.

The DHS also watches for words such as ‘illegal immigrant’.

The DHS outlined plans to scans blogs, Twitter and Facebook for words such as ‘illegal immigrant’, ‘outbreak’, ‘drill’, ‘strain’, ‘virus’, ‘recovery’, ‘deaths’, ‘collapse’, ‘human to animal’ and ‘trojan’, according to an ‘impact asssessment’ document filed by the agency.

When its search tools net an account using the phrases, they record personal information.

It’s still not clear how this information is used – and who the DHS shares it with.

An online privacy group, the Electronic Privacy Information Centre has requested information on the DHS’s scans, which it says the agency announced in February.

The privacy group has requested information on the DHS, and contractors it claims are working with the agency to scan social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter.

The group says that the government has used scans of social media before to analyze specific events – such as the 2010 BP oil spill – but this general ‘watching’ of social media using fake profiles is new.

‘The initiatives were designed to gather information from ‘online forums, blogs, public websites, and message boards,’ to store and analyze the information gathered, and then to ‘disseminate relevant and appropriate de-identified information to federal, state, local, and foreign governments and private sector partners,’ the group said in a court filing.

The group claims that a request under the Freedom of Information Act to access the documentation has gone unanswered.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2079283/Tweeting-word-drill-mean-Twitter-account-read-government-spies.html#ixzz1iLXbdjkB

And Personal Liberty Digest reports that : The Electronic Privacy Information Center is suing the Department of Homeland Security for a new program that tracks individuals’ social media activity if they are deemed a threat by using certain keywords in posts.

The organization claims “legal authority for the DHS program remains unclear” and asked a Federal court last week to compel the department to turn over documents on the initiative.

Catholic Investigative Agency (CIA-TV) explores Rockefeller

Posted in Rockefeller with tags , , , on July 6, 2011 by saynsumthn

Feds planting terrorists? Conspiracy?

Posted in Alex Jones, Conspiracy, terrorism with tags , , , , , , , , on March 24, 2010 by saynsumthn

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Author claims CIA still testing drugs on people

Posted in Cia, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on March 15, 2010 by saynsumthn

Russia Today | In August 1951 a small French village near Marseilles became a part of CIA funded experiment with drugs. As a result 500 people were affected, there were at least three suicides and 40 people were taken to a nearby psychiatric institute.

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In August 1951 a small French village near Marseilles became a part of CIA funded experiment with drugs. As a result 500 people were affected, there were at least three suicides and 40 people were taken to a nearby psychiatric institute. That’s according to Hank Albarelli, an American writer who spent over ten years looking into who was behind the secret tests. RT’s Marina Portnaya met the author in New York.

Are The Elite Inviting a Terror Attack in America in order to have a crisis to exploit?

Posted in climate change, Climategate, Glenn Beck, Global Warming, Homeland Security, New World Order, Obama, Rahm Amanuel, terrorism with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 7, 2010 by saynsumthn

I am not certain this would be correct, however it does not look good so far

From: Worldview Weekend:

Brannon Howse: January 6, 2010
Are The Elite Inviting a Terror Attack in America in order to have a crisis to exploit? Brannon says the answer is yes based on several recent events.
1. Obama is diverting intelligence assets to climate research.
2. MI5 told us about Detroit bomber’s terror links a year ago and yet he was not on the no fly list.
3. State Department using “Diversity Visa” to encourage immigrants from terror-ridden Yemen to come to America.
4. DHS plans to only catch 1 out of every 4 travelers that commit “major” criminal violations while entering U.S. on international flights in 2010.
5. Obama is going to release suspected terrorists so they can return to Yemen.
6. Homeland Secretary is incompetent and only got the job as a political payback for supporting Obama when he was running for the White House. If our government was really interested in preventing terror attacks we would place the best and brightest in this position.
7. Rocket launcher found in apartment in Houston along with Jihadist writings and no charges were filed. We open of the phones for your thoughts on this subject.
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White House press secretary Robert Gibbs told reporters Wednesday afternoon that the unclassified version of a “comprehensive” preliminary White House review of the attempted bombing of a Detroit-bound airliner on Christmas Day will be released Thursday.

According to Gibbs, President Obama will make remarks in conjunction with the release of the review. He expected the release and comments in the early afternoon.

Officials are engaged in separate reviews of passenger screening procedures and the use of terror watch lists. The review to be released tomorrow largely relates to the watch lists, and was prepared by counterterrorism and homeland security adviser John Brennan.

Both Brennan and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano will likely discuss their review at the White House tomorrow, Gibbs said. Napolitano’s review has focused largely on detection capabilities and screening.

Following a meeting with top officials Tuesday, the president said that the reviews continue to “reveal more about the human and systemic failures that almost cost nearly 300 lives.”

Officials have already updated government watch lists in the wake of the attack. The president says the system “is not broken” but lamented in comments Tuesday that 23-year-old Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the alleged bomber, was able to board the airplane despite numerous red flags being raised about him.

He said intelligence agencies knew enough to disrupt the terror attempt but failed to connect the dots to do so.

Gibbs said Wednesday that Mr. Obama will continue to examine and evaluate the security situation in the coming months.

As federal prosecutors formally charged suspected terrorist Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the preliminary report on the failed bombing of flight 253 is about to be made public. Bill Plante reports.

Joe Biden:
Mark my words. Mark my words. It will not be six months before the world tests Barack Obama like they did John Kennedy. The world is looking.

Surge in former inmates accused of terrorism

WASHINGTON: As many as one in five former Guantanamo Bay detainees are suspected of or confirmed to have engaged in terrorist activity since being released, say US officials.

The 20 per cent rate is an increase on the 14 per cent of former inmates that a Pentagon report in April said were thought to have joined terrorist efforts, the officials said.

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1/7/2010 Obama pulls CIA Agents off terrorism and puts them on ” GLOBAL RESEARCH PROJECTS” Seriously??????????
Deneen Borelli of the National Black Leadership Network discusses the CIAs use of resources as they begin sharing data with climate scientists.

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Rham Emanuel

“You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that is an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.”

Glenn Beck Rips Into Saul Alinsky And Obama


Rush Limbaugh on Saul Alinsky