US Withdrawal From NATO Would Benefit Americans Most Of All

US Withdrawal From NATO Would Benefit Americans Most Of All By Tony Cartalucci Alleged discussions between US President Donald Trump and his aides about a US withdrawal from NATO have been making headlines recently. The New York Times in an article titled, “Trump Discussed Pulling U.S. From NATO, Aides Say Amid New Concerns Over Russia,” would claim: There are few things that President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia desires more than the weakening of NATO, the military alliance among the United States, Europe and Canada that has deterred Soviet and…

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Future A.I. Won’t Need Facial Recognition to Identify Individuals in a Crowd: Claim

Future A.I. Won’t Need Facial Recognition to Identify Individuals in a Crowd: Claim By Nicholas West People of the future will apparently be no more significant than zebrafish and flies, according to new studies in tracking and surveillance being conducted on those species. As Activist Post has reported many times, current artificial intelligence systems that are increasingly being added to CCTV cameras and other biometric sensors around the world to ID people’s faces are not performing nearly to the standard that should be required for police work.  It appears that…

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Journalist Given Six Months in Prison for Organizing Yellow Vests Protest on Facebook

Journalist Given Six Months in Prison for Organizing Yellow Vests Protest on Facebook By Elias Marat As the Yellow Vests gear up for their tenth consecutive week of protests, dubbed “Act X” by the grassroots social movement, President Emmanuel Macron’s government appears to be raising the stakes of repression in an attempt to quell protests and chill French constitutional guarantees of free speech. Such appeared to be the case after 28-year-old Frenchman, journalist and movement leader Hedi Martin was sentenced last week to six months’ imprisonment after publishing a Facebook…

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American Anchor for Iran’s PressTV Still Jailed Without Charge

American Anchor for Iran’s PressTV Still Jailed Without Charge By Jason Ditz (ANTIWAR.COM) — It took a solid week after her detention in St. Louis, but Marzieh Hashemi, an anchor for Iran’s PressTV and an American citizen, has finally gotten into a courtroom, and learned that she is neither being accused of any crimes nor is she facing any charges. That said, they’re not expecting to let her go any time soon. Hashemi is being held as a witness for a grand jury. Federal law technically allows such detention if a judge…

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82% of Americans Are Right to Think Artificial Intelligence (AI) Is More Harmful than Helpful — Full Measure, 60 Minutes, Elon Musk Weigh In.

82% of Americans Are Right to Think Artificial Intelligence (AI) Is More Harmful than Helpful — Full Measure, 60 Minutes, Elon Musk Weigh In. Op-Ed by B.N. Frank Surveillance! Cyberattacks! Spreading fake harmful online content! Oh My! A new study reveals that overwhelmingly 82% of Americans think AI is going to be more harmful than helpful to humanity. Tech inventor and bazillionaire Elon Musk seems to agree.  He has spoken many times about “killer robots” and how AI “scares the hell out of” him.  Sharyl Attkisson, “Stuff that seems…

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VAXXED II, The People’s Truth, Coming In 2019

VAXXED II, The People’s Truth, Coming In 2019 By Catherine J. Frompovich Remember all the hoopla about the documentary VAXXED, From Cover-up to Catastrophe? That factual, videographic, movie portrayal of the U.S. CDC epidemiologist-turned-whistleblower, William Thompson, PhD, divulging in his own recorded telephone conversations with the father of an autistic son, Brian Hooker, PhD, literally turned the tide regarding the once-held secrecy of how the CDC manipulates, controls, eliminates and fraudulently produces vaccine study research and published papers, especially regarding vaccines as not being implicated in the cause of Autism.…

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Decentralization Is The Solution To The Government Shutdown Problem

Decentralization Is The Solution To The Government Shutdown Problem By Ryan McMaken The partial shutdown with the federal government has helped, perhaps more than any other recent political event, to illustrate some of the biggest problems that come with centralizing an ever-larger number of government activities within a single, centralized institution. Were the US government more decentralized, we’d not now be facing a nationwide systemic failure that has continues to cripple the private sector in many ways. Held Hostage by a Shuttered Regulatory State The federalization of resources and regulatory…

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