State Forces Citizens to Pay for “Stargazing Permit” to View Night Sky in Public Parks—Yes, Really

State Forces Citizens to Pay for “Stargazing Permit” to View Night Sky in Public Parks—Yes, Really By Matt Agorist New York — In the Land of the Free, if you do not pay the State in the form of a permit before you attempt to sell a product or service to a willing customer, you can and will be extorted, kidnapped and caged, with extreme prejudice. While many folks stand behind permits for selling, one permit in New York that has nothing to do with commerce, has garnered the scrutiny of…

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Brookings: Whoever Wins The AI Race Will Rule The World

Brookings: Whoever Wins The AI Race Will Rule The World By Indermit Gill It will not be the intelligence of men who will run the future world, but rather an artificial intelligence programmed to create a global Scientific Dictatorship. This is the nature and future of Technocracy. The Brookings Institution is an old-line establishment think-tank closely aligned with the Trilateral Commission that originally conceived the New International Economic Order; today this is known as Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy. The underlying implication is that there will be a winner in AI…

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Robert Kennedy, Jr. and Children’s Health Defense Sue FCC Over Wireless Radiation Exposure Health Guidelines

Robert Kennedy, Jr. and Children’s Health Defense Sue FCC Over Wireless Radiation Exposure Health Guidelines By B.N. Frank The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) is not a health or environmental agency; however, they are supposed to protect the public by regulating the telecom industry.  They’ve been doing a lousy job since long before the Trump administration (see 1, 2).  It’s much worse now (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7).  Several lawsuits have been filed against them over the last year or so regarding the forced widespread installation of 5G…

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Glenn Greenwald Responds To “Grave And Obvious Attack On Free Press” Following Charges

Glenn Greenwald Responds To “Grave And Obvious Attack On Free Press” Following Charges By Tyler Durden Glenn Greenwald responded to charges levied against him Tuesday by prosecutors in Brazil, who have accused the American journalist of cybercrimes for his role in publishing embarrassing text messages that exposed corruption within the Brazilian judicial system. According to the government’s criminal complaint, Greenwald “directly assisted, encouraged and guided” his sources, who gained access to online chats between prosecutors and others involved in “Operation Car Wash,” which The Intercept describes as a ‘yearslong, sprawling…

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The Empire’s War On Oppositional Journalism Continues To Escalate

The Empire’s War On Oppositional Journalism Continues To Escalate Op-Ed by Caitlin Johnstone Journalist Glenn Greenwald has been charged by the Bolsonaro government in Brazil with the same prosecutorial angle used by the US to target WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Per The New York Times: Citing intercepted messages between Mr. Greenwald and the hackers, prosecutors say the journalist played a “clear role in facilitating the commission of a crime.” For instance, prosecutors contend that Mr. Greenwald encouraged the hackers to delete archives that had already been shared with The Intercept…

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U.S. Admits Covert Tech Program Aiding Iran Protests; Woman in Viral Video For #IraniansDetestSoleimani Exposed as Former Lobbyist

U.S. Admits Covert Tech Program Aiding Iran Protests; Woman in Viral Video For #IraniansDetestSoleimani Exposed as Former Lobbyist By Aaron Kesel BuzzFeed News reports that a woman who was seen going viral in the #IraniansDetestSoleimani campaign on Twitter is actually an actress lobbyist, Saghar Erica Kasraie, who previously used to lobby for a Libyan militia. This comes on the heels of a new report which shows that the U.S. is involved in a covert tech program to aid the protests. Kasraie is the modern century Nayirah al-Ṣabaḥ, using Twitter as…

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Brazil Charges Glenn Greenwald With Cybercrimes

Brazil Charges Glenn Greenwald With Cybercrimes By Tyler Durden Prosecutors in Brazil charged American journalist Glenn Greenwald with cybercrimes on Tuesday for his role in spreading embarrassing text messages that exposed corruption within the Brazilian judicial system, according to the New York Times. In a 91-page criminal complaint made public on Tuesday, Greenwald is accused of participating in a “criminal organization” that spread text messages which called into question the “integrity, professionalism and motives of key members of Brazil’s justice system — particularly of figures directly involved in the investigation…

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Cyberattacks Against North Dakota Government Averaged 15 Million Per Month Last Year

Cyberattacks Against North Dakota Government Averaged 15 Million Per Month Last Year By Sean Walton Attempted cyberattacks against North Dakota’s state government nearly tripled last year, according to the Grand Forks Herald. Shawn Riley, North Dakota’s chief information officer and head of the information technology department, said there were more than 15 million cyberattacks against the state’s government per month in 2019, a 300 percent increase since 2018. In 2018, there were about 5 million attempted cyberattacks per month. These figures aren’t surprising, however. Local governments nationwide have seen an…

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Live Updates: Thousands Descend on Massive Gun Rights Rally in Virginia

Live Updates: Thousands Descend on Massive Gun Rights Rally in Virginia By Aaron Kesel Update: 10:41 a.m. EST — Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change is experiencing live streaming issues with YouTube. He has switched over to Facebook live. News2Share’s Ford Fischer is experiencing similar issues on Facebook but is providing updates on Twitter. The #Richmond2ARally is by far the biggest conservative-leaning or pro-gun event I’ve ever filmed. #RichmondVA pic.twitter.com/B310Ak8iLE — Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) January 20, 2020 Update: 9:54 a.m. EST — Derrick Broze is charging up his battery and…

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Epstein’s Former Lawyers Picked for Donald Trump’s Defense Team

Epstein’s Former Lawyers Picked for Donald Trump’s Defense Team By John Vibes The team of lawyers that will be representing Donald Trump for his impeachment will include a few controversial figures including Alan Dershowitz and Ken Starr, two of the attorneys who represented the disgraced billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein while he was trafficking sex slaves across the globe for powerful old men. Dershowitz has also represented Harvey Weinstein in the past as well as O.J. Simpson, while Starr served as the lead investigator in the impeachment case against Bill Clinton…

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