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TSA In Our Airports: The Stanford Experiment on Steroids

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Mike Bowman

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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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The State of the Union: These Are Dangerous Times, and the Government Is To Blame

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By John W. Whitehead
February 4, 2019

“As I look at America today, I am not afraid to say that I am afraid.”—Bertram Gross, Friendly Fascism: The New Face of Power in AmericaThese are dangerous times.

Mind you, when I say that these are dangerous times, it is not because of violent crime, which remains at an all-time low, or because of terrorism, which is statistically rare, or because our borders are being invaded by armies, which data reports from the Department of Homeland Security refute.

No, the real danger that we face comes from none other than the U.S. government and the powers it has granted to its standing army to steal, cheat, harass, detain, brutalize, terrorize, torture and kill.

The danger “we the people” face comes from masked invaders on the government payroll who crash through our doors in the dark of night, shoot our dogs, and terrorize our families.

This danger comes from militarized henchmen on the government payroll who demand absolute obedience, instill abject fear, and shoot first and ask questions later.

This danger comes from power-hungry bureaucrats on the government payroll who have little to no understanding of their constitutional limits.

This danger comes from greedy politicians and corporations for whom profit trumps principle.

You want to know about the state of our union? It’s downright scary.

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The Tyranny of the State: One Minute To Midnight

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Chuck Frank

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Besides war and all of the insane massacres that have taken place through the ages, which also included roughly 45 million Chinese murdered in graveside trenches during Mao’s revolution, (i.e. I have seen the films), there is today, a comprehensive plan presently being ushered in by those elite’s who are connected to the New World Order, whereby the “Republic” of the United States of America is near to a mandate that will tag every person in America with an RFID chip, either into one’s driver’s license, or an ID Card, their passport or possibly other documents that may be in one’s possession for the purpose of financial transactions and surveillance. And to add to this, there will be the government’s crowning achievement to implant the chip on the right hand or the forehead of the person. As many know already, this prophetic agenda which is meant to become a worldwide phenomenon is meant to track every human being on the face of the planet like an animal. This system of massive surveillance is fully unconstitutional and clearly infringes upon the Fourth Amendment which protects the rights of all Americans;. Key government personnel will be first in line to receive the chip and also prisoners. and welfare recipients. However, the the Fourth Amendment below was written to offer across the board protection with regard to intrusion. ,

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

With that said, does not the RFID chip intrude into a person’s privacy, digitally, by revealing their personal whereabouts, their property and papers while, at the same time, it is an unreasonable search and a seizure without probable cause and without a warrant being signed by a judge.

Furthermore, the people are being deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process within the mandate of a chip inside of a plastic smart card, a cellphone, a document, or finally embedded within one’s own flesh. This is clearly noted above in the Fifth Amendment and is likened to a type of draconian infringement of a person’s privacy, their life, their happiness and their liberty!

Adding to the nightmare, if there is one person who knows the score on the up and coming tyranny of the state, it is Dr. Carl Sanders, an engineer who designed the RFID chip, (250,000 components with a charging circuit built into it and synchronized to a humans temperature change). He has been to 17 NWO meetings throughout the world and he is now warning the world about the dastardly use of RFID which is starting to be used by numerous governments with their rogue and sinister intentions of human control. He headed up a video event in Sacramento, CA. and urges all the people not to accept or take the chip in any form as it is now and will be in the future the most damaging and damning evil agenda that has yet existed and meant to identify and herd the masses into complete submission.

 

This present example is what the Marxist- X-Man leader of China is now implementing while also increasing the totalitarian-secular state to where there is, over the top control along with indoctrination and a surveillance system that is meant to track and also record everything a person says and does. And for those who do not comply to the wishes of the monster state policies, there are major consequences which is jail or the loss of state services and basic freedoms of travel that are generally available in most countries.

What if America and the rest of the free world follows the dragon? Yes, what if. The free world is at a fork in the world and it is now up to the people to organize and oppose the most oppressive system ever, where governments, with your tax money are already building the RFID digital foundation which is meant to rule the world through terror, massive data centers and enforcement.

This is the warning: It is one minute to midnight. Do not take the chip.

Say No to “Hardening” the Schools with Zero Tolerance Policies and Gun-Toting Cops [SHORT]

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By John W. Whitehead
March 13, 2018

 

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“Nowadays, students are not only punished for minor transgressions such as playing cops and robbers on the playground, bringing LEGOs to school, or having a food fight, but the punishments have become far more severe, shifting from detention and visits to the principal’s office into misdemeanor tickets, juvenile court, handcuffs, tasers and even prison terms.

These outrageous incidents are exactly what you’ll see more of if the Trump Administration gets its way.”

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Just what we don’t need: more gun-toting, taser-wielding cops in government-run schools that bear an uncomfortable resemblance to prisons.

Microcosms of the police state, America’s public schools already contain almost every aspect of the militarized, intolerant, senseless, overcriminalized, legalistic, surveillance-riddled, totalitarian landscape that plagues those of us on the “outside.”

Now the Trump Administration wants to double down on these totalitarian echo chambers.

The Justice Department, headed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, has announced that it will provide funding for schools that want to hire more resource officers. The White House has also hinted that it may repeal “Rethink School Discipline” policies, heralding a return to zero tolerance policies that treat children like suspects and criminals, especially within the public schools.

As for President Trump, he wants to “harden” the schools.

What exactly does hardening the schools entail?

More strident zero tolerance policies, greater numbers of school cops, and all the trappings of a prison complex (unsurmountable fences, entrapment areas, no windows or trees, etc.).

Just when you thought this administration couldn’t get any more tone-deaf about civil liberties, they prove once again that they have absolutely no regard for the Constitution (especially the Fourth Amendment), no concept of limited government, and no concern for the growing need to protect “we the people” against an overreaching, overbearing police state.

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Twilight of the Courts: The Elusive Search for Justice in the American Police State

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By John W. Whitehead
June 5, 2017

“As nightfall does not come at once, neither does oppression. In both instances, there is a twilight when everything remains seemingly unchanged. And it is in such twilight that we all must be most aware of change in the air – however slight – lest we become unwitting victims of the darkness.”—Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas We have entered a new regime and it’s called the American police state. More

‘We the Prisoners’: The Demise of the Fourth Amendment

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By John W. Whitehead

June 28, 2016

“Our carceral state banishes American citizens to a gray wasteland far beyond the promises and protections the government grants its other citizens… When the doors finally close and one finds oneself facing banishment to the carceral state—the years, the walls, the rules, the guards, the inmates—reactions vary. Some experience an intense sickening feeling. Others, a strong desire to sleep. Visions of suicide. A deep shame. A rage directed toward guards and other inmates. Utter disbelief. The incarcerated attempt to hold on to family and old social ties through phone calls and visitations. At first, friends and family do their best to keep up. But phone calls to prison are expensive, and many prisons are located far from one’s hometown… As the visits and phone calls diminish, the incarcerated begins to adjust to the fact that he or she is, indeed, a prisoner. New social ties are cultivated. New rules must be understood.”—Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Atlantic

In a carceral state—a.k.a. a prison state or a police state—there is no Fourth Amendment to protect you from the overreaches, abuses, searches and probing eyes of government overlords.

In a carceral state, there is no difference between the treatment meted out to a law-abiding citizen and a convicted felon: both are equally suspect and treated as criminals, without any of the special rights and privileges reserved for the governing elite.

In a carceral state, there are only two kinds of people: the prisoners and the prison guards.

With every new law enacted by federal and state legislatures, every new ruling handed down by government courts, and every new military weapon, invasive tactic and egregious protocol employed by government agents, “we the people”—the prisoners of the American police state—are being pushed that much further into a corner, our backs against the prison wall.

This concept of a carceral state in which we possess no rights except for that which the government grants on an as-needed basis is the only way I can begin to comprehend, let alone articulate, the irrational, surreal, topsy-turvy, through-the-looking-glass state of affairs that is being imposed upon us in America today.

As I point out in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, we who pretend we are free are no different from those who spend their lives behind bars.

Indeed, we are experiencing much the same phenomenon that journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates ascribes to those who are banished to a “gray wasteland far beyond the promises and protections the government grants its other citizens” : a sickening feeling, a desire to sleep, hopelessness, shame, rage, disbelief, clinginess to the past and that which is familiar, and then eventually resignation and acceptance of our new “normal.”

All that we are experiencing—the sense of dread at what is coming down the pike, the desperation, the apathy about government corruption, the deeply divided partisanship, the carnivalesque political spectacles, the public displays of violence, the nostalgia for the past—are part of the dying refrain of an America that is fading fast.

No longer must the government obey the law.

Likewise, “we the people” are no longer shielded by the rule of law.

While the First Amendment—which gives us a voice—is being muzzled, the Fourth Amendment—which protects us from being bullied, badgered, beaten, broken and spied on by government agents—is being disemboweled. More

A Pandora’s Box: Cellphone & Land-Line Intrusion

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So, do we now have “special cases” to where the protection of the people and their rights should be taken for granted? It is quite obvious that Washington D.C. isn’t concerned one bit about any of this.”

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Martin Cooper, an employee with Motorola, invented the cellphone on April 3, 1973. Though the first land line telephone had been around since 1876, cellphones and especially smart cellphones have opened up a Pandora’s Box when it comes to personal privacy and especially so since 9/11.

Historically, government intrusion of communications has actually been ongoing ever since the invention of the telegraph In 1877. Yes,it’s true. That was when the “Wichita Lineman” was still on the line and the Western Union company was King. And it may surprise many that in that same year government, in a special case, was demanding that the Western Union betray the confidence and the privacy of its patrons and surrender coded information.

However, the court ultimately sided in favor of the telegraph company, concluding that these open-ended demands for telegrams “would lead to consequences that can be contemplated only with horror, and such a process is not to be tolerated among a free people.” (Bloombergview.com) Thus, was the beginning of a cat and mouse game and a 4th amendment tug-a-war between government and “the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, and effects, against unreasonable searches…and persons or things to be seized.”

In the proper context, when considering electronic surveillance, “things to be seized” today would amount to Internet spying and an extraction of text or a verbal cellphone message from one person to another and then placing it in a national data bank.

Now then, in the case with Apple Computer, the company was very explicit by saying that surrendering an encrypted code compromises the privacy of millions of persons using Apple cellphones, and it also becomes a serious 4th amendment issue, and even more so when one considers the implications that would result from cracking corporate codes that are meant to protect every users cellphone worldwide.

People want to have the confidence that their communication with others is not being compromised by an Orwellian State bent on absolute power and control such as what takes place in totalitarian regimes such as China. Being secure with one’s effects used to be the standard, but today, government and NSA believes that they no longer need to observe an unalienable right that originated in the Bill of Rights.

So, do we now have “special cases” to where the protection of the people and their rights should be taken for granted? It is quite obvious that Washington D.C. isn’t concerned one bit about any of this.

A change in the people’s privacy rights along with major intrusion began on 9/11 when the Bush administration went into high gear and contracted major telephone companies such as AT&T and paid them money to track and then store conversations which were either foreign or domestic and without warrants. There was no resistance from any major telephone company except one, and that was Quest Communications. At that time, Joseph Nacchio who was the CEO said, absolutely no, to NSA spying and that Quest Communications would not wiretap anyone unless a warrant was issued by a judge.

Nacchio was legally correct in his stance, however the government didn’t see it that way and it wasn’t very long after the standoff that Nacchio ended up in prison for over 4 years on “insider trading” charges brought on by the government. A frame up?  Perhaps this sent a message to other CEO’s that are not willing to cooperate with the feds? Did Congress rush to pass a new law that would protect persons such as Nacchio for refusing to tap someones telephone lines unless warrants were issued? If they did, please, someone out there correct me.

And that’s a long story short.

Now then, considering America’s unique roots and being the only nation in the world that has a Bill of Rights which is meant to protect the people from their own government, a San Francisco based organization called the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), is busy pursuing a legal remedy in the courts that will hopefully protect the people from illegal wiretaps or wireless intrusion when there is no warrant. They are on a major mission to give America a far less intrusive country.

I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than those attending too small of a degree of it.”
Jefferson, letter (1791)

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