Coronavirus A Bioweapon? White House Investigates, As Military Sets Up Quarantine Sites Across U.S.

Coronavirus A Bioweapon? White House Investigates, As Military Sets Up Quarantine Sites Across U.S. By Spiro Skouras Covid-19 formerly known as the coronavirus, continues to spread as more infections and deaths are being reported every day. The corporate media and social media platforms have been working feverishly to control the narrative. Their mission is to quickly counter or “debunk” so called “conspiracy theories” which question the official story and explore the very real possibility that the current viral outbreak may be linked to a biowarfare program. The video report below…

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Leaktivists Pose “Significant Threat” at Same Level as ISIS and Al-Qaeda, US Gov’t Warns

Leaktivists Pose “Significant Threat” at Same Level as ISIS and Al-Qaeda, US Gov’t Warns By Aaron Kesel The U.S. National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) has stressed in its latest report that hacktivists and “public disclosure organizations” like WikiLeaks pose a “significant threat” similar to that of Islamic State and Al-Qaeda terrorists, as well as Russia, Iran, and China. “Ideologically motivated entities such as hacktivists, leaktivists, and public disclosure organizations” pose “significant threats” to the U.S. at the same level as non-state terrorist organizations, according to the report from the…

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A Primer on Domestic Spying

A Primer on Domestic Spying By Andrew P. Napolitano “The Framers … conferred, as against the Government, the right to be let alone – the most comprehensive of rights, and the right most valued by civilized men.” – Justice Louis Brandeis (1856-1941) While we were all consumed by impeachment, a pernicious piece of legislation was slowly and silently making its way through Congress. It is a renewal of Section 215 of the Patriot Act. The Patriot Act of 2001 has three sections that are scheduled to expire on March 15.…

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Cities Create New Ways To Expand Neighborhood Surveillance Programs

Cities Create New Ways To Expand Neighborhood Surveillance Programs By MassPrivateI Cities and towns are creating new ways to expand neighborhood surveillance programs known as police cam-share programs. An article in The Baltimore Sun revealed that the Baltimore County Council wants more businesses and homeowners to purchase CCTV surveillance equipment. The bill would create a voluntary private security camera registry for property owners with devices pointed toward a public right-of-way, according to the proposal. The program would map where cameras are located to help detectives identify possible security footage in…

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The Lessons We Have Learned From The Coronavirus So Far…

The Lessons We Have Learned From The Coronavirus So Far… By Brandon Smith Every disaster contains a lesson or a message that needs to be examined. Every tragedy, no matter how terrible, should be absorbed into the public consciousness and adopted as a cautionary tale; a part of our mythos. These events should not be cast into the memory hole to make life less stressful, they need to be taken seriously. Otherwise, the damage done and the lives lost are all for nothing. Refusing to examine the dark side of…

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Street Level Surveillance: Top 4 Technologies and Strategies to Stop Them

Street Level Surveillance: Top 4 Technologies and Strategies to Stop Them By Michael Boldin State and local government agencies act as integral parts of the national surveillance state though Information Sharing Environment (ISE) and fusion centers. Learn about 4 leading technologies and 4 steps that can be taken in the states to stop them. SHOW LINKS: JOIN TAC Show Archives Subscribe and Review on iTunes EFF Guide A Nightmarish Army of Unblinking Spies Details of Fusion Center Surveillance Revealed 2.5 Billion. Surveillance State Goes Wild Local, State and Federal Law…

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Citizen Journalist Goes Missing After Reporting About Coronavirus From Wuhan

Citizen Journalist Goes Missing After Reporting About Coronavirus From Wuhan By John Vibes The recent death of Wuhan doctor turned whistleblower Li Wenliang sparked outrage across China and the rest of the world. Activists and independent journalists trapped in the quarantine zones say that Li could have prevented the current outbreak if the government had listened to him instead of attempting to cover it up. In the days after his death, Chinese social media platforms were filled will demands for freedom of speech as well as suggestions that the government…

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Hospitals Use Experian’s Secret Credit Scores To Determine Who Will Receive Medical Care

Hospitals Use Experian’s Secret Credit Scores To Determine Who Will Receive Medical Care By MassPrivateI 3,100 hospitals and healthcare systems are now giving patients a secret credit score before they are seen or treated. (See the video below.) Thousands of hospitals and healthcare providers use Experian’s “Patient Financial Clearance” system to determine who will receive medical care based on their ability to pay their bills. Experian likes to use superfluous words to hide the fact that their system determines who will receive medical care based on a patient’s credit score.…

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Investigation Reveals State Arresting, Jailing Citizens Over Unpaid Medical Bills

Investigation Reveals State Arresting, Jailing Citizens Over Unpaid Medical Bills By Matt Agorist Coffeyville, KS — A bombshell investigation from ProPublica revealed that law enforcement in Kansas is running a debtor’s prison and throwing people in jail over their medical debt. The story focused on the case of Tres and Heather Biggs who fell behind on their medical bills for their son’s leukemia and Heather’s Lyme disease. What happened next was nothing but sheer tyranny. Welcome to Coffeyville, Kansas, where the judge has no law degree, debt collectors get a…

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Instead of Solving Real Crimes, Cops Go Undercover to Arrest 118 Handymen for Not Having Licenses

Instead of Solving Real Crimes, Cops Go Undercover to Arrest 118 Handymen for Not Having Licenses By Matt Agorist Hillsborough County, FL — In the land of the free, attempting to earn money in certain professions without first paying the state for the privilege of doing so can and will get you kidnapped and extorted. These laws are applied to children behind lemonade stands as well as adults selling flowers. The state callously and with extreme prejudice has been documented arresting people, or even beating up women to enforce these…

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