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TSA In Our Airports: The Stanford Experiment on Steroids

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Mike Bowman

Opinion

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I doubt you could find even one person who believes the official government conspiracy theory of how and why 9/11 occurred. What we can be certain of, is this event opened the door to massive, unwarranted, unconstitutional surveillance of absolutely every one of us. Why? In my opinion, because there is nothing those in the federal complex fear more than the people of this country. And my thinking on this is, that if we knew the totality of the betrayals committed against us as a nation, by those sworn to protect us, we most likely would be rioting in the streets. As horrendous as 9/11 was, what was to follow was an all out attack on the American public orchestrated by the very people charged with upholding and defending the Constitution and the country from all enemy’s both foreign and domestic. Our government and all its puppets looked the enemy in the eye….and decided it was us they were most fearful of.

Having terrified the nation with what is believed widely to have been a false flag attack that cost an estimated 3,000 American citizens their lives, the already created and ready to go TSA appeared in our airports. But in order for the American public to accept this Nazi-esque creation, they had to be scared senseless and abra-ka-dabra! We got 9/11~! How handy was that? All these years later, about the only thing that can be said about TSA that is printable is that it is one of the most despised agencies ever created.

When the government declared war on Iraq, a country that had not threatened us or been part of the 9/11 tragedy, they simultaneously turned on us. We, the American people, were the targets and Iraq and its oil fields only the spoils of war.

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Study Finds Nearly Half of Child and Adult Sex Trafficking Victims Were Abused by Police

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A shocking new report from the Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women paints a disturbing picture of law enforcement and their role in sex trafficking. The report found that instead of preventing child and adult sex trafficking, many police officers are participating in it.

The report is titled “Sex Trafficking in Hawaii: The Stories of Survivors,” which detailed the testimonials from multiple victims. One particularly disturbing part of the report was the fact that almost half of all the victims interviewed reported that police officers participated in their abuse and victimization.  

“The corruption of members of the criminal justice system reported by the participants in the study was pervasive in their stories of being prostituted,” the report noted.

The report found that the average age of those being trafficked is just 14-years-old, showing how early the abuse began.

One of the victims interviewed, who wished to remain anonymous for obvious reasons explained that “the same people that are charging you for prostitution are the people turning around and buying it from you.”

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Chuck Frank

Quite a few years ago PPJ Gazette republished one of my articles which dealt with ecological and environmental issues with regard to saving the Yellow Legged Frog and the Yosemite Toad in the Sierra Nevada Mountain range situated in the higher mountains of California. The concern of the Fish and Wildlife agency at the time was saving those two species who’s populations were supposedly dwindling because of certain species of trout which were supposedly eating the tadpoles before they could develop.

Consequently, a plan to eradicate thousands of fish in the Sierra streams and lakes was undertaken. The eradication was either done though electrocution, netting, or poisoning the water. Finally, one million of these acres affected and their waterways and lakes were designated for the Yellow legged frog and the Yosemite toad, even when no hard evidence of a connection between trout and tadpoles had been found.

However, the point here is that even though fish and anglers were affected there was no mercy for the fish who was seen as the hypothetical and unwanted predator and meant to finally be eradicated. This kind of thinking which was then evident and now more than ever, shows far more concern for the life of a frog than other forms of life. And I may add that the direction that the country is presently going lends itself to an even greater concern which is now the life of the unborn child. More

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