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Chuck Frank

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A national voter referendum has taken place in the Netherlands this week with regard to a vote in the Netherlands that has narrowly rejected online data collection powers for intelligence agencies.  With about 90% of the votes counted, 48.8% have rejected the spying powers, while 47.3% voted in favor.

Why is this so important? For some, it will be business as usual. For others it is a victory over the invasion of privacy and freedom. The Dutch process differs tremendously from the U.S. to where it would take an “act of Congress” to put the brakes on phone taps or e-mail gatherings.

With as much corruption going on within the halls of Congress and other agencies who’s swamp still needs to be drained, isn’t it about time that “we the people” had the same National Referendum opportunity as the Dutch in order that privacy is upheld per the people’s constitutional rights, while at the same time, requests for wire surveillance may only be used when a warrant from a judge is issued on “probable cause.”

Since government and eaves dropping agencies cannot totally be trusted when it comes to a police state, should not the American people, as with the Dutch, have a choice in the matter? And if not, we the people will surely be stuck with an Orwellian police state which has already exceeded 1984 expectations and taken us to never, never land. More

“Social media users are lab rats”

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Published on Mar 1, 2018
Now openly admitted, governments and militaries around the world employ armies
of keyboard warriors to spread propaganda and disrupt their online opposition.
Their goal? To shape public discourse around global events in a way favourable
to their standing military and geopolitical objectives. Their method?
The Weaponization of Social Media. This is The Corbett Report.

 

 

The dark side of social media: The Pentagon loves Facebook

Walk down the street these days and you’ll see half the people you encounter have their nose buried in their smart phones.

It’s not an accident.

It’s planned and encouraged – and it’s not for your benefit.

We helped break this story TEN years ago, and it’s only just reaching public consciousness now.

Long before social media, the US Army Corps of Engineers had their employees posing as “average citizens” parroting their press releases – as the bodies of people killed by the Corp’s ineptitude and corruption were still floating in the flooded streets of New Orleans.

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