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Just posting to help with keeping the goal alive, blah, blah, blah. Don’t have much shifting related information to share at the moment nor much in the way of motivational and encouraging words to keep you all happy shifters.
So, everyone alright?
Don’t expect me to laboriously contribute to this goal for a while, having some issues at home which will prevent me going on both Skype and 43 – I’m not entirely sure how long I’ll be off for and seriously doubt that I would be able to sneak onto the computer or phone too much throughout the time off.
Wont be on much for a while, not that I was on most of the time anyway. Having some issues at home which will prevent me from coming on a lot, if ever, for some period of time.
The BBC censored both a video and news story which showed Syrian rebels forcing their prisoner into becoming a suicide bomber – An act which violates the Geneva Conventions law regarding the proper treatment of prisoners of war.
Within a few hours of the story being published, it was abruptly removed by the BBC. Attempts to visit the original article ( http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-19342917 ) takes you now to a 404 error page.
The YouTube version of the video was posted on the BBC News official YouTube channel and was also taken down shortly after being uploaded, the reason being a “copyright claim by British Broadcasting Corporation” however, according to PrisonPlanet.com “this is a bogus reason, because the video was not uploaded by a third party, it was posted on the official BBC channel, as the screenshot below proves.” >>> http://static.prisonplanet.com/p/images/august2012/230812shot2.jpg
A possible reason for the removal of both the article and video is that the BBC felt the story looked bad on the propaganda campaign to portray the Syrian Rebels as so-called ‘Righteous Freedom Fighters’, when in reality they have taken part in torture, kidnappings and the brutal murders of many innocent civilians.
Are you aware that most of America, the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada receive high amounts of fluoridated water?
Sodium Fluoride is a highly toxic poison and an active ingredient in rat poison it’s so toxic that it’s actually considered as hazardous waste by the EPA The warning on the bag clearly states; “Targets Organs: Heart[?], Kidneys, Bones, Central Nervous System – Gastrointestinal System, Teeth. DO NOT GET IN EYES OR ON SKIN – DO NOT INGEST, INHALE WEAR[?] PROPER RESPIRATOR”
Fluoride exposure can cause I.Q deficits in Children, Central Nervous System disturbances in adults and permanent changes in behaviour. (This has been backed up with several studies held in China, India, Iran and Mexico.)
Animal studies have also been carried out finding evidence to suggest direct toxic effects of Fluoride on brain tissue, even when the levels are as low as 1ppm of Fluoride in water. These effects are; Reduction in nicotinic acetylcholine receptors, reduction in lipid content, impaired anti-oxidant defense systems, damage to the hippocampus, damage to the purkinje cells, increased uptake of aluminum, formation of beta-amyloid plaques (the classic brain abnormality in Alzheimer’s disease), exacerbation of lesions induced by iodine deficiency, accumulation of fluoride in the pineal gland.
So, do you still think your water/tooth paste is still safe?
So, anyone hear about that guy who had smuggled a fake bomb into the Olympics?
The security there really is tight.
So, I was listening to the radio and heard a little something about some child – I can’t recall his age, although I believe he was to be between eleven and thirteen if not any younger/older.
The little guy had managed to successfully sneak onto a free plane to Italy without being noticed until during the flight, it is said he mingled with another family – Thus raising no suspicion until the plane was in flight.
This raises the question, with the Olympics close are our airports (Especially Manchester) letting their security drop a bit? After all, this kid managed to pass through security checks without being asked to provide any form of documentation.
Transport Secretary Justine Greening had said it was “incredibly concerning” and that an urgent review with Manchester Airport and the airline was needed.
and yhen fthe onlt damn bitc lft wazs her???? omg strife i love you. marry me.
Written By: Paul Joseph Watson
The undercover journalist who blew the whistle on G4S, the security company responsible for the 2012 Olympics, along with shocking plans for an evacuation of London, has revealed his identity following fears for his safety.
‘Lee Hazledean’ – the whistleblower who exposed how he had infiltrated G4S as an employee and uncovered how security preparations for the Olympics were so poor that they were inviting a terrorist attack, has revealed himself to be Ben Fellows, an acclaimed director who has worked with Stanley Kubrick. Fellows has also appeared in numerous popular television and theatre shows.
Fellows made the decision to reveal his identity, after having gone under a pseudonym for the purposes of radio interviews conducted over the last week, because of fears over his safety.
“With all sincerity I’m now afraid that I might be in physical danger from G4S,” Fellows told Infowars, adding that he feared the mainstream media was about to launch a character assassination campaign. “My only protection is to go public…. I have done nothing wrong and I stand by everything that I have said,” added Fellows.
Fellows also revealed that Andy Davies, Channel 4 News Home Affairs Correspondent, demanded that he retract statements made during a radio interview with BCFM’s Friday Drivetime in which Fellows said of Davies, “I sent him an email, I called, he wasn’t interested and he said there’s a media blackout on this kind of story, that nobody would be interested in running it.”
In a telephone conversation provided to Infowars, Davies claims that he never read Fellows’ original email and that the two never had a conversation about the issue.
“I emailed Andy Davies on the 13th of June and pitched the story to him, he then called me back and we talked,” claims Fellows, who is now going public to offset his concern that his name may have been privately passed to G4S.
Fellows’ revelations about how he infiltrated G4S and what he discovered were nothing less than astounding. However, the mainstream media chose to run a whitewash, focusing instead on relatively tame security lapses and ignoring Fellows’ story altogether, despite the fact that it had already gone viral in the alternative media.
During his time working for G4S over the past several months, Fellows learned of numerous disturbing developments.
Fellows was able to get the job of a security officer via a simple application process. No background checks were carried out and his personal references were not checked.
Fellows was successful in taking guns, knives and explosives through both metal detectors and body scanners on numerous occasions during dummy runs.
Fellows was told that metal detectors and body scanners would be deactivated at peak times in order to get crowds into the Olympic venue quicker.
Fellows was also informed that 200,000 casket linings that can hold four dead bodies each have been shipped into London in preparation for the Games.
Thousands of foreign troops under the auspices of the United Nations have also been brought into London.
Plans for an evacuation of London in the aftermath of a deadly terrorist attack have been discussed at great length. G4S employees were briefed on the evacuation plan to a greater extent than the time spent on training them to conduct security screening.
G4S security staff have been caught doing drug deals while in training with no retribution. Uniforms have also been handed out to unauthorized personnel as well as uniforms being stolen. G4S staff have also been caught taking photographs on their cellphones of secure locations.
Fellows was told that Predator drones of the type used in Afghanistan and Yemen would be circling London during the Olympics.
*Fellows believes G4S security staff are so poorly trained and the security operation as a whole is so lax that terrorists could quite easily stage a “massacre” during the Games.
Okay. This is just dumb. The most inactive goal in the history of inactivity, I’m pretty much the only person who’s contributed to this trashy thing and it’s more or less got us absolutely no where.
You know what a good question would be; Is this goal even worth doing?
Hey, I’m not really new here. But, what ever. I’ve had multiple accounts and I’m sure I’ve been on this goal with one of them but I wasn’t really a talkative person so I don’t expect anyone to know who I am. At all.
So, yeah. Awesome. My names InvaderEshe. I’m a fun person.
No one else is contributing to this goal. I feel like no one is really paying attention to it, was it all for nothing?
Activity is really shit. I’m under the impression no one is actually paying attention to this goal, and the only one who’s posting anything is me. Do you reckon we can.. Change that?
In New Jersey a man stabbed himself 50 times and was said to of ripped out his own intestines and had thrown them at police who pepper sprayed him multiple times but it seemed to have had little effect on him.
However, that’s not the only cannibal related incident which has taken place. Rudy Eugene, 31, tore into homeless individuals face with his teeth over memorial weekend in Miami and was reported to of growled at police officers. He was later shot by police officers after he had refused to stop eating the face of Ronald Poppo.
Both the Miami, New Jersey incident and many other cannibalistic attacks are thought to of been due to a ‘bad strain’ of Bath Salt as well as a drug similar to Bath Salts known as Cloud 9.
Your thoughts on this?
Government wants a nation of cowardly defenceless victims
Paul Joseph Watson
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
The UK government has banned self-defense expert and former US Navy Seal Tim Larkin from entering the country after Larkin planned to hold seminars instructing people how to protect themselves against rioters and criminals.
“Tim Larkin tried to board a plane from his home in Las Vegas on Tuesday, but was given a UK Border Agency letter saying “his presence here was not conducive to the public good,” reports BBC News.
Larkin told BBC Radio 4 that the banning order was a “gross over-reaction” and said the real reason behind it was because he had publicly criticized the country’s laws on self-defense, which are ambiguous at best and leave victims completely vulnerable to criminals.
The notion that Larkin may have been banned from entering Britain primarily because he has been critical of the country’s laws on self-defense is plausible given the fact that others like radio talk show host Michael Savage have also been banned for holding controversial political opinions.
People in the UK who have used force to protect their property against home invasions by criminals have themselves been on the receiving end of legal retribution, despite the fact that both common law and the Criminal Law Act 1967 both allow citizens to act in ways which would otherwise be illegal to prevent injury to oneself or others.
A landmark case occurred in 1999 when farmer Tony Martin shot at two burglars who had broken into his remote farmhouse, killing one and injuring the other. Despite the fact that Martin had been the victim of burglaries numerous times before with little help from the police, in addition to the lengthy criminal record of the burglars, Martin was convicted for murder because a jury found that he had gone beyond using “reasonable force”. The conviction was later reduced to manslaughter on appeal.
Martin was released after serving three years of his sentence on account of good behavior. He was later targeted with death threats by associates of the burglar he injured. During the case, Martin became a cause célèbre for Brits who felt the government and the legal system had sided with criminals in eviscerating the ancient common law right that dictates, “An Englishman’s home is his castle.”
Banning Tim Larkin from entering the United Kingdom is yet another example of how the establishment is terrified that citizens might learn skills which would reduce their dependency on the authorities.
The only conclusion to draw from this is that the government wants its citizens to be weak, cowardly victims who are incapable of fighting back against any form of abuse or intimidation so that the state itself can continue to dominate and oppress a mentally castrated and domesticated population.
Hey. I realise this goal is failing a bit, we’re activating it – Slowly. Which, might I add, is great and all. However, it’s just boring. We’re not really doing much, of course we’re sharing the odd shifting progress and such. But, like I said, It’s not much.
Anyway, I want to draw some pictures. So, maybe I can draw your Dragon/Wolf/Cat/What ever. Just post a description of it (possibly a reference picture, if you have one)then I’ll happily draw it and you can set it as your avatar or use it where ever really.
Hello everyone! Thanks for joining the goal, that makes me feel really special :3 Feel free to contribute anything you wish.
SMART METERS – THE FUTURE OF SPYING?
Nick pickles, Big Brother Watch
As several major energy companies continue to rush ahead with installations – British Gas plans to install 2m by the end of this year – there is still no concrete privacy protection in place, nor a clear set of rules about how and when they can be installed – and what rights consumers have to switch them off.
Back in 2009 we warned of the dangers around smart meters and how they could give prying eyes an unprecedented look inside our homes. We welcomed the Energy Minister’s commitment that they would not be compulsory but it is clear that serious issues still exist.
And we’re not the only ones aware of the clandestine value of smart meters connected to smart appliances throughout your home – so is the CIA.
Speaking at an event organised by In-Q-Tel, the CIA’s venture capital firm, CIA Director David Petraeus said:
“Items of interest will be located, identified, monitored, and remotely controlled through technologies such as radio-frequency identification, sensor networks, tiny embedded servers, and energy harvesters — all connected to the next-generation internet using abundant, low-cost, and high-power computing,”
He went on to say how these household spy devices “change our notions of secrecy.” Quite.
An internet of things is the next step in the evolution of the web. A new wave of web-enabled devices, from the latest HD TVs equipped with facial recognition to lightbulbs, will suddenly capture data about our every day lives and broadcast it to the world. Smart meters are the first step in commercialising some of this data, but the real risk is that if we do not put in place proper protection before they go live, the damage to privacy could be unprecedented.
I’m here to persuade you all to join the goal below if you value free speech and privacy. It continues my work on the ‘SBB’ goal which a few of you may, or may not be familiar with.
You know what, just join to contribute to your list of things to do or so the goal looks like it has actual members. What ever, regardless of whether you want to join.. You’re joining. It’s a law.
Thank you my minions. The fact that I’m all for freedom
EDIT: Do you have any idea how long it takes to make an entry on a phone? Ages, the box doesn’t stay still. 43Things needs to fix a few bits and pieces when it comes to using it on a phone.
Yes, that’s right, I’ve got plenty more to say about the new legislation which will allow our ‘too-curios-for-his-own-good’ Government to take a gander at our internet history, private emails, texts and calls.
The former Conservative Home Secretary argued the new powers risked causing enormous resentment by allowing “unfettered” access to all forms of communication.
The Coalition is to revive plans first raised then shelved by the last Labour Government to track the activities of every Briton who uses a phone or the internet.
The proposals, to be unveiled in the Queen’s Speech, will see a huge expansion in the amount of data communication providers are required to keep for at least a year.
Mr Davis said: “What this does is make (existing problems) 60 million times worse. The simple truth is that this is not necessary. What’s proposed here is completely unfettered access to every single communication you make.
“It’s a very, very big widening of powers which will be very much resented by many citizens who do not like the idea. It’s going to cause enormous resentment.
Civil liberty campaigners last night said the proposals were an “unprecedented” expansion of state intrusion more akin to China or Iran.
Labour faced fierce opposition in 2006 when it proposed creating a national database to store such information and later dropped all notion of the scheme just before the last general election.
But the new Government has revived the plans and while there will be no database, providers will be required to record all activities of their customers so they can be accessed if needed.
It comes even though the Coalition Agreement promised to “end the storage of internet and email records without good reason”.
Ministers will argue it is essential to help combat terrorism and serious crime such as paedophile networks.
It raises the prospects of police or security agencies being able to monitor communications in real time on people they are investigating as well as trawling back through previous contacts.
Under new legislation, internet companies will be instructed to install hardware enabling GCHQ – the Government’s electronic “listening” agency – to examine “on demand” any phone call made, text message and email sent, and website accessed.
Nick Pickles, director of the Big Brother Watch campaign group, said: “This is an unprecedented step that will see Britain adopt the same kind of surveillance seen in China and Iran.
“This is an absolute attack on privacy online and it is far from clear this will actually improve public safety, while adding significant costs to internet businesses.”
Shami Chakrabarti, director of the civil rights group Liberty, said that both the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats had resisted the plan when they were in opposition.
“There is an element of whoever you vote for the empire strikes back,” she said.
“This is more ambitious than anything that has been done before. It is a pretty drastic step in a democracy.”
Some internet service providers themselves are also said to be alarmed by the move.
One senior industry source described it as “mass surveillance” that is “expensive and intrusive”.
Conservative backbencher Margot James said ministers would come under pressure to water down the proposals as the legislation passed through Parliament.
“I am sure there will be considerable pressure brought to bear as the proposals are debated for protections to be built in to protect people’s privacy,” she said.
Guy Herbert, general secretary of NO2ID campaign group said it was “astonishing brass neck from the Home Office, attempting to feed us reheated leftovers from the authoritarian end of the (Tony) Blair administration”.
“It is not very far from a bug in every living room that can be turned on and turned off at official whim. Whatever you are doing online, whoever you are in contact with, you will never know when you are being watched,” he said.
The Home Office confirmed that ministers were intending to legislate “as soon as parliamentary time allows”.
“It is vital that police and security services are able to obtain communications data in certain circumstances to investigate serious crime and terrorism and to protect the public. We need to take action to maintain the continued availability of communications data as technology changes,” a spokesman said.
“Communications data includes time, duration and dialling numbers of a phone call, or an email address. It does not include the content of any phone call or email and it is not the intention of Government to make changes to the existing legal basis for the interception of communications.”
Written By Tom Whitehead, 2nd Of April, 9:09AM BST at The Telegraph