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National Whistleblower Center: Attorney General Nominee Strongly Opposed to Whistleblowers

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Attorney General Nominee Strongly Opposed to Whistleblowers

William Barr called False Claims Act an “abomination”

December 11, 2018. Washington, DC.  In a public transcript given as part of the Presidential Oral History of the George H.W. Bush Presidency, President Trump’s nominee for Attorney General, William Barr, ferociously attacked America’s most successful whistleblower law, the False Claims Act.  Barr stated, on the record, that he “wanted to attack” the False Claims Act, and specifically called the law’s highly successful qui tam whistleblower provision “an abomination.” In a transcript of his April 5, 2001 interview with the Bush presidency’s oral history project, the content of which Barr personally approved, Barr stated:

Yes, there were significant disagreements sometimes between the SG’s [Solicitor General] office and my office on a position. One of the big ones was the qui tam statute, which is basically a bounty hunter statute that lets private citizens sue in the name of the United States and get a bounty. I felt then, and feel now, that is an abomination and a violation of the appointments clause under the due powers of the President as well as the standing issue of the Supreme Court. So I wanted to attack the qui tam statute, and the SG’s office wanted to defend it. That was a big dispute.”

Upon learning this information, Stephen M. Kohn, Executive Director of the National Whistleblower Center, released the following statement:

“Mr. Barr’s comments demonstrate a deep rooted contempt for whistleblowers.  His radical anti-whistleblower statements are disqualifying for any nominee for the position of U.S. Attorney General. More

The Innocent Victims of Brain Research

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Editors note:  Everyone needs to read this article by Human Rights Watch…it reveals the long term plans to control the human mind, the populations of the globe using emf microwave, experimentation’s on human subjects, psychotronic torture, medical experimentation, and all of it done by military and governments globally.  You think 5G is so you can download YouTube faster?  Think again!  You think SMART meters are to conserve energy?  Better think that one over too. 

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH

 

Along with the globalist’s supposed quest to control the whole world, sea to shining sea, comes the inevitable desire to control the human being … it’s a given … Perhaps some of the intentions are good, but the innocent lab rats who have had their lives stolen for this quest aren’t very impressed. Their lives have been stolen … period.  This is human trafficking.

This is painful, never-ending research aimed at behavior modification ( through psychotronic torture ) and medical experimentation, … basically, all remote forms of manipulation of mind and body are being studied. … remote and invisible … can you imagine the threat to mankind?

The victims are framed for crimes which they didn’t commit to justify their inclusion in this project, and promptly separated from their families, friends, incomes, computers, automobiles, and anything else which might make never-ending experimentation difficult. If they complain they are called delusional and put in a psychiatric institution. Once again, this is human trafficking folks !!!

Here are a few truth weapons to help these people … but let’s not just blame the USA for following orders, … this is a global program ….

The American Air Force 1982 “Final Report On Biotechnology Research Requirements For Aeronautical Systems Through the Year 2000” states:

“While initial attention should be toward degradation of human performance through thermal loading and electromagnetic field effects, subsequent work should address the possibilities of directing and interrogating mental functioning, using externally applied fields” More

Debbie Coffey & Carol Walker of Wild Horse Freedom Federation detail Bureau of Land Management’s lack of transparency

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Kathy Cole: Whistleblower’s Documentary

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Their lives were sacrificed trying to raise awareness,
spur change, and ultimately protect and save the lives
of children and the disabled. They were pawns in a chess match
controlled by local and state leaders.
But even a pawn can put the king in check.

Published on Dec 2, 2018

TS Radio Network: The USDA Hour..Forestry Service is an Employment Disgrace

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How the FBI Silences Whistleblowers

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Speaking truth to power has ruined Darin Jones, a former FBI contract specialist who reported evidence of serious procurement improprieties. He should be the last federal whistleblower victimized.

(CN) — The idea of “whistleblowing” has been in the news a great deal.

Is the anonymous author of a recent New York Times op-ed eviscerating the president a whistleblower?

Is the victim of an alleged sexual assault by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh a whistleblower?

I’m fortunate to have access to the media to talk about torture after blowing the whistle on the CIA’s program. I think Ed Snowden, Tom Drake and others would say the same thing about the aftermath of their own whistleblowing.

Cost of Doing the Right Thing

The problem is that we are the exception to the rule. Most whistleblowers either suffer in anonymity or are personally, professionally, socially and financially ruined for speaking truth to power. Darin Jones is one of those people. He’s one of the people silenced in Barack Obama’s war on whistleblowers. And he continues to suffer under Donald Trump.

Jones was an FBI supervisory contract specialist who in 2012 reported evidence of serious procurement improprieties to his superior. Jones maintained that Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) had been awarded a $40 million contract improperly because a former FBI official with responsibility for granting the contract then was hired as a consultant at CSC. Jones said, rightly, that this was a violation of the Procurement Integrity Act. He made seven other disclosures alleging financial improprieties in the FBI, and he was promptly fired for his troubles.

Remember, the United States has a Whistleblower Protection Act.  Any federal employee who brings to light evidence of waste, fraud, abuse, illegality, or threats to the public health or public safety is protected under federal statute.

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