Thursday, January 7th, 2016
The startling reversals in Syria and Iraq now afford us our daily whiff of gunpowder and desperation, and Ukraine has been largely swept from the front pages. This is a matter of no small concern to the incompetent train wreck that is its government, because the flow of financial life support on which it relies is, to a large extent, dependent upon the sense of urgent emergency it is able toRead More
MrStosh is a co-creator of the popular and controversial documentary “We Need to Talk About Sandy Hook,” a collaborative effort with Independent Media Solidarity. In this conversation, we delve into the history of Psy Ops and esoterica, as well as ciphers and cryptography and how times, dates, seasons and numerology have been utilized by occultic oligarchs and pragmatic potentates to hoodwink the masses. Included as well, in the talk,Read More
Jordan Maxwell – Raw & Uncut [ Intellihub News Exclusive] . .
On Tuesday, we documented multiple reports that suggest as many as 1,000 men “of Arab or North African origin” participated in what appeared to be coordinated attacks on German women in Cologne. “About 90 women have reported being robbed, threatened or sexually molested at New Year celebrations outside [the city’s] cathedral,” Reuters writes, adding that the men were “between 18 and 35” and appeared to be “mostly drunk.” Cologne mayorRead More
Plans to legitimatize mass surveillance and give security services unfettered access to Britons’ data may end up costing lives, a former technical director for the NSA will tell a parliamentary select committee reviewing the legislation. William Binney, who resigned from the NSA in 2001 after 36 years with the agency, will present evidence against provisions in Home Secretary Theresa May’s Investigatory Powers Bill. While targeted collection of data doesRead More
Pippa King On Why An Irish Sausage Company Is Pushing RFID Chips On Children . .
Have you ever left your camera or smartphone lying around and later found that “friends” took genitalia selfies with it? If your reaction was to get an electronic implant inserted in your body to secure your phone, you must be from Dallas. The Dallas Observer notes the trend: Ryan Mills snaps black surgical gloves on his hands and plucks a syringe off a paper-shrouded tray. Its 10-gauge needle gleamsRead More