Deluded Strategies in the Twilight of the Cold War by Denis Healey

[embeddoc url=”https://info.publicintelligence.net/bilderberg/BilderbergTwilightColdWar.pdf” download=”all”] Page Count: 11 pages Date: April 1971 Restriction: Confidential Originating Organization: Bilderberg Group File Type: pdf File Size: 9,080,179 bytes File Hash (SHA-256): 401B12D49F0CF6E3C7376071DFDE2CF50BDA619262BD956FFDD8E35753C407F1 For a quarter of a century international diplomacy has been dominated by the concept of the cold war as it crystallized under Stalin and Dulles. Mankind was seen as split into two camps to use Zhdanov’s phrase – … Continue reading Deluded Strategies in the Twilight of the Cold War by Denis Healey

DAPL Company Hired War on Terror Contractors to Suppress Native Uprising

Lauren McCauley Common Dreams The years-long, Indigenous-led fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) briefly captured the nation’s attention last fall as images of peaceful resisters being sprayed with water canons and surrounded by police in tanks and other military-grade equipment were spread widely, fueling global outrage and a fierce protest movement against the oil pipeline. Now that the pipeline is operational and already leaking, … Continue reading DAPL Company Hired War on Terror Contractors to Suppress Native Uprising

Twitter takes big step backward in new privacy policy rollout

Natural News

A new update to Twitter’s privacy policy sees the end of a longstanding pledge to protect user privacy by the firm. Twitter, which has never been profitable, is now taking a more proactive approach toward boosting revenue and it’s coming at the expense of its loyal users.

In an effort to improve the reach of its targeted ads, Twitter will be collecting more data about people. This will include tracking your activities even when you’re outside of its app and website and then storing this information for as long as 30 days; the current maximum is just ten days. Continue reading “Twitter takes big step backward in new privacy policy rollout”

China intensifies its Orwellian policies with the world’s biggest DNA database

Frances Bloomfield
NaturalNews

Beginning in the early 2000s, the Chinese Ministry of Public Security has been building a searchable, national DNA database as part of their police information project, Golden Shield. As of 2015, the “Forensic Science DNA Database System” has amassed over 44 million “miscellaneous data entries” from more than 40 million individuals. The database of DNA information is the largest in the world, according to the Chinese government, especially when compared to the second, separate “Combat Trafficking DNA Database” which contains just over 513,000 DNA entries. Authorities claimed that the databases are for crime-fighting purpose, but people like Human Rights Watch‘s China Director Sophie Richardson have called it “Orwellian.” Continue reading “China intensifies its Orwellian policies with the world’s biggest DNA database”

Same media outraged over Manchester bombing of little girl totally SILENT when 100,000 U.S. children are maimed or killed by vaccines every year

Ethan Huff NaturalNews The recent terrorist bombing that reportedly took place at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, U.K., has once again brought shock and awe to the world. Media outrage over the incident has reached a crescendo, particularly with circulating images of eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos, one of the younger concertgoers who’s said to have been killed along with at least 21 others during … Continue reading Same media outraged over Manchester bombing of little girl totally SILENT when 100,000 U.S. children are maimed or killed by vaccines every year

Wolf signs Real ID law, expects new licenses in 2019

Michael Bryant
Philadelphia Inquirer

HARRISBURG – Gov. Wolf on Friday signed legislation that brings Pennsylvania into compliance with the 2005 Real ID law enacted following the Sept. 11 terror attacks.

That law requires driver’s licenses and ID cards to have security enhancements and to be issued to people who prove they are legally in the United States. That means Pennsylvania drivers or ID card holders will eventually have to obtain the more secure certificates to board commercial airliners or enter certain federal facilities. Continue reading “Wolf signs Real ID law, expects new licenses in 2019”

Security services missed five opportunities to stop the Manchester bomber

The Telegraph

The Manchester suicide bomber was repeatedly flagged to the authorities over his extremist views, but was not stopped by officers, it emerged Wednesday night.

Counter Terrorism agencies were facing questions after it emerged Salman Abedi told friends that “being a suicide bomber was okay”, prompting them to call the Government’s anti-terrorism hotline.

Sources suggest that authorities were informed of the danger posed by Abedi on at least five separate occasions in the five years prior to the attack on Monday night. 

The authorities were also aware that Abedi’s father was linked to a well-known militant Islamist group in Libya, which is proscribed in Britain. Abedi also had links to several British-based jihadis with Isil connections.

Yesterday his father was detained by Libyan militia in the capital Tripoli while the suicide bomber’s two brothers have separately been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences.  Continue reading “Security services missed five opportunities to stop the Manchester bomber”

US Law Enforcement Have Spent Hundreds of Thousands on Bitcoin Tracking Tools

Joseph Cox Motherboard Private firms continue to fill in the gaps for digital investigators. The blockchain can be pretty overwhelming, with criminals moving their funds through a string of addresses before finally cashing them out. Presumably to deal with that issue, several US law enforcement agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have … Continue reading US Law Enforcement Have Spent Hundreds of Thousands on Bitcoin Tracking Tools

Al-Qaeda in Syria Now Officially A “Moderate Rebel” Group

Kurt Nimmo
Another Day in the Empire

Last week MintPress News reported al-Nusra has rebranded itself as Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham and by doing so is no longer on the U.S. terror watchlist.

This frees up the most effective jihadist “rebel” group in Syria to continue the CIA instigated war against Bashar al-Assad’s government.

The State Department has yet to put Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) on the terror watchlist and it probably will not do so anytime soon. The Syrian Arab Army is beginning to make progress in the war. Continue reading “Al-Qaeda in Syria Now Officially A “Moderate Rebel” Group”

UPDATE: Wall around Obama’s DC home complete!

Kyle Olson The American Mirror As Barack Obama waxes eloquent about the supposed negative impact of walls on humanity, crews have completed the wall surrounding his Washington, DC home. Grabien reports: Sitting alongside German Chancellor Angela Merkel, former President Obama lectured the current administration about its immigration policy Thursday.  While not mentioning President Trump by name, Obama made clear to whom he was leveling his … Continue reading UPDATE: Wall around Obama’s DC home complete!