Saturday, March 31, 2012

Keiser Report: Kamikaze Banking

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Cop flips out, demands IDs, appears to assault and threaten to tase man for filming

Madison Ruppert, Contributor
Activist Post

In the United States there is a marked and quite disturbing trend of law-abiding Americans being arrested, beaten or harassed by police simply for exercising their legal right to film a police officer in the course of their public duties.

Thankfully, as of late there has been some justice in the ruling of an Illinois judge who found their wiretapping legislation unconstitutional as well as a relatively small-scale victory in the case of Steve Horrigan.

Unfortunately, yet another example of this trend has emerged in a video posted on March 30, 2012, which you can see below (note: there is explicit language in the video).

End the Lie Interview with Author Brandon Turbeville

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End the Lie Radio with Madison Ruppert and guest, Activist Post writer Brandon Turbeville, discussing the full-spectrum eradication of the freedoms guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution.

For Brandon Turbeville's most recent articles, visit his archive page: HERE

Brandon Turbeville is an author out of Mullins, South Carolina. He has a Bachelor's Degree from Francis Marion University and is the author of three books, Codex Alimentarius -- The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, and Five Sense Solutions. Turbeville has published over one hundred articles dealing with a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, government corruption, and civil liberties. Brandon Turbeville is available for podcast, radio, and TV interviews. Please contact us at activistpost (at)
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'Oil for Food' Barter Trades Begin to Get Around Sanctions on Iran

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Reuters is reporting that Uruguay, South America's leading rice exporter and the 7th largest rice exporter in the world, is seeking to barter "food for oil" with Iran to get around U.S. and EU sanctions.

Because of the tough sanctions which have targeted financial institutions from doing transactions with Iran, this type of barter deal eliminates the need for financing or currency exchanging hands.  Iran is historically a large purchaser of Uruguayan rice, and Uruguay agriculture officials announced that they intend to keep that business.

"If Iran is willing to barter oil for rice we will do it and we will take out currency from (the operation)," Agriculture Minister Tabare Aguerre told Reuters.

Charges against Florida man for videotaping a traffic stop finally dropped

Madison Ruppert, Contributor
Activist Post

Ah, finally, a bit of much needed rationality and justice has graced the ongoing war on Americans who exercise their right to film police carrying out their public duties in public places.

Sometimes this has resulted in brutal assaults and other times it has even resulted in unlawful arrests.

Thankfully, not all of these cases end unjustly as evidenced by the move by an Illinois Judge to rule their eavesdropping law unconstitutional and now the dropping of the felony charge filed in January against a North Port, Florida man who filmed police from his home, which we originally covered earlier this month.

According to the Herald-Tribune, the State Attorney recently announced that they will not be prosecuting 57-year-old Steve Horrigan who was charged with felony eavesdropping and misdemeanor obstruction for using his smartphone to tape North Port police making an arrest across the road from his house.

Separatist War looms in post-coup Mali

Nile Bowie, Contributor

KUALA LUMPUR – As the inexperienced protagonists of Mali’s military coup receive worldwide condemnation from the international community and neighboring members of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), thousands have taken to the streets of the Malian capital of Bamako in support of the newly founded junta. 

Citizens carried placards and banners reading "Down with the international community” and “Down with Sarkozy," while chanting slogans in praise of junta leader, Captain Amadou Sanogo. [1] Although Sanogo has visited the US several times after being handpicked by the Pentagon to participate in an International Military Education and Training program sponsored by the US State Department [2], representatives of the United States have called on coup leaders in Mali on to step down and allow for elections to take place. [3]

US State Department spokesman Mark Toner has threatened the penurious West African state with a staunch diplomatic and financial embargo if power is not returned to ousted Malian President Amadou Toumani Toure within seventy-two hours. [4] While half the population lives on less than $1.25 per day [5], the imposition of economic sanctions to the landlocked import-reliant nation will inevitably lead to greater social instability and civil unrest. 

OnStar’s Family Link enables spousal spying and parental monitoring

image credit: General Motors
Madison Ruppert, Contributor
Activist Post

The pervasive paranoia of American culture never ceases to amaze me. Be it citizen spying applications distributed by government agencies or private individuals, incentivizing such activities through “soft control,” or the rise of cloud-based video surveillance, it has become impossible to deny that our society has become obsessed with surveillance.

This love affair has shown up in a wholly novel fashion with OnStar’s Family Link, a $3.99 per month add-on to General Motors’ OnStar service.

This will allow parents to spy on their children, and, even more importantly, allow suspicious spouses to keep tabs on those who they supposedly love and trust.

The End of Entropy: A Look at Our Entropic World and the Evidence Supporting How We Could Change This

Amaterasu Solar
Activist Post

Entropy. That measure of disorder that increases as energy is dissipated into unusable forms effects many aspects of our present human condition.  It is easy to grasp the principle as it pertains directly to heat.  We see the energy of a fire heat our food, but we also can see a great deal of heat going out unused and unusable.  This extra heat can be seen as increasing the disorder, as the molecules affected move more rapidly and more disordered.  A more difficult aspect to see is the entropy inherent in our social structure.

In Jeremy Rifkin’s seminal work Entropy, published in 1980, he does an excellent job of demonstrating that because energy is at the base of life itself, entropy can ripple through society, creating disorder even as we try to clamp down and control the order of things.  In fact, he paints a very grim picture of what we can expect as we consume more and more energy, explaining that fascist tendencies are most likely to crop up in the efforts to overcome entropy in our society.  Today we see more and more signs of encroaching fascism.

Dead MI6 Spy In Bag: Another Error By LGC Forensics

Brit Dee, Contributor

Regular readers of Resistance Radio's articles will recall the name LGC Forensics -- Britain's largest privately owned supplier of forensic services, which took over from the government-owned Forensic Science Service, which closed this month due to its losing up to £2m a month

LGC Forensics' managing director Steve Allen boasts that the company provides "capacity and faster turnaround times for DNA analysis than in most other countries", and their evidence has been central to many high-profile British murder convictions -- including the convictions of David Norris and Gary Dobson in January, for the murder of Stephen Lawrence in 1993.

We have previously detailed the many serious questions surrounding the forensic evidence that was central to Norris's and Dobson's convictions. During the trial, judge Justice Treacy even directed the jury that they should acquit both defendants, unless they were sure that scientific evidence tying them to the murder scene was not the result of contamination.

Vaccines And Autism: The Secret That You Are Not Supposed To Know

Michael Snyder, Contributor
Activist Post

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of children in the United States with autism has risen by 78 percent over the past decade.  It is now estimated that 1 out of every 88 children in the United States has some form of autism disorder.

Our schools are absolutely packed with "special needs" children, and millions of parents are desperately trying to figure out why so many kids are having such severe developmental problems.

Strangely, most autistic children start out perfectly normal.  Most of them develop just fine for the first year or two and then something dramatic happens.  So what could that possibly be?  Well, there is a secret that you are not supposed to know.

How Wall Street Manipulates and Manufactures Atrocities

Case Study: Thai Police Politically Exploit Death of Italian Journalist

Dees Illustration
Tony Cartalucci, Contributor
Activist Post

An attempted color revolution backed by Wall Street unfolded in Bangkok, Thailand in 2010, leaving 91 dead. Since then, Wall Street as well as its proxies inside of Thailand have attempted to blame all 91 deaths on the Thai military despite overwhelming evidence proving armed militants were involved in the protests -- this foreshadowed the techniques now being used on a larger scale in Syria.

High profile deaths including those of foreign journalists caught in the crossfire have become political points of leverage for Wall Street's media machine (a technique also reused in Syria) and their Thai proxy, billionaire Thaksin Shinawatra. Unfortunately the same craven political stunt employed at the expense of fallen Reuters journalist Hiro Muramoto who was killed during the April 10, 2010 night ambush of Thai troops, is now being used regarding the death of an Italian journalist by the Thai police currently headed by Thaksin Shinawatra's own brother-in-law.

Police General Priewpan Damapong was appointed as head of Thailand's police shortly after Thaksin's own sister took office last July, with much support from Wall Street & London and demonstrating a breathtaking display of third-world nepotism. Damapong, it should be noted, also just recently, and very eagerly, backed claims by both the US and Israel regarding the false flag Bangkok bombing pinned on Iran - illustrating just how interconnected these geopolitical ploys are regardless of geographic distance.

Point Break: 'Spain last nail in Euro-coffin'

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Friday, March 30, 2012

FDA Rejects Monumental BPA Ban

Mike Barrett
Activist Post

It was reported not too long ago that the Food and Drug Administration would make a decision on the banning of the endocrine-disrupting chemical bisphenol-A (BPA). Now, the agency has finally come to a decision, and unsurprisingly, it has decided that there is not enough scientific evidence supporting for the ban of BPA – that is to say, BPA will not be banned from use in food products, plastic packaging, and personal care products.

On Friday the agency made the decision due to lack of scientific evidence to justify the new restrictions, despite tons of evidence showcasing BPAs dangers. The FDA’s problem? Much of the research was performed using mice, and so they claimed that the findings don’t relate to humans.

“While evidence from some studies have raised questions as to whether BPA may be associated with a variety of health effects, there remain serious questions about these studies, particularly as they relate to humans,” the FDA says.

Study: interrogative torture is unexpectedly harsh and ineffective

Anthony Freda Art
Madison Ruppert, Contributor
Activist Post

Despite the many arguments that so-called “enhanced interrogation techniques” are justified and necessary in the quest to protect Americans from the terrorist bogeymen, a new study found that when torture is used in the quest to gain information from suspects it ends up being unexpectedly harsh and ineffective.

Interrogative torture is one of the many things which our government attempts to justify by claiming it is only done to keep us safe from the amorphous and ever-present threat of terrorism. They use similar justifications to claim that they have the authority to assassinate American citizens without charge or trial.

In reality, terrorism is not a threat in any sense of the word. Indeed our government would be keeping people much safer if they poured funds into automobile safety research or cancer research, as both cause many more deaths than terrorism does.

Why Is Pig Virus Still Being Given To Children?

Sayer Ji, Contributor
Activist Post

A new investigation into pig virus contamination in human vaccines has revealed that both circovirus type 1 (PCV1) and 2 (PCV2) DNA are still present in vaccines developed against infant and childhood rotaviral gastroenteritis; and which since 5 June, 2009, the World Health Organization has recommended be included in all national immunization programs.

As a parent how do you feel about that?

Of course, PCV1 is not believed to infect humans, despite commonly being found in the feces of those who consume pork. It is also not believed to cause harm to pigs. But PCV2 virus, which infects pigs worldwide, has been identified to precipitate a potentially fatal condition in piglets known as postweaning multisystemic wasting syndrome (PMWS), which causes a progressive loss of body condition, lung damage associated with difficulty breathing, visibly enlarged lymph nodes, and sometimes diarrhea, pale skin and jaundice.

The well known malignancy of PCV2 in pigs caused the FDA, on 22 March 2010, to recommend doctors suspend the Rotarix vaccine, one of two licensed for rotavirus on the market, due to PCV1 DNA contamination. Further testing revealed that the other licensed vaccine, RotaTeq, had both PCV1 and PCV2 DNA contamination. Despite these findings, the FDA chose to disregard the precautionary principle and after a “careful scientific review” determined that both Rotarix and RotaTeq vaccines were safe.

Big Government Seeks New Ways to Manage "Big Data"

Activist Post

Government continues to grow, while the amount of data they amass about the lives of citizens grows exponentially. We have seen major corporations in the areas of advertising, social media, defense contracting, and computing form partnerships with government agencies to compile virtual dossiers on all humans.

The fact that we are tracked, traced and databased is indisputable, but even many privacy advocates seem to believe that the sheer amount of data being collected is itself the Achilles Heel of the surveillance-industrial complex; that it is a sort of protection, as who or what could ever sift through it all?

John P. Holdren, Obama's science czar, and author of the controversial eugenics tome, Ecoscience, is one of those directing the solution to the data overload problem.  Enter "Big Data."

Amalgam Fillings Leach Mercury Vapor Into The Brain

Activist Post

Why is it that what one government department considers an environmental travesty, another department deems completely safe for the human body? Simple answer: semantics.

A tiny amount of mercury can contaminate a lake and, according to the EPA, cause damage to plumbing pipes and sewage treatment plants.

It causes serious organ damage to the unborn, infants and children. But, when called amalgam fillings, it is approved by the FDA, EPA and national dental organizations as safe even when mercury shows up in the urine of children.

Money is Not Needed with Energy Abundance

Amaterasu Solar
Activist Post

In order to understand the very basis of money, it is best to contemplate how it developed in the first place.

Once society developed past the clan stage, when barter, trade and so forth arose, it became the practice to place value on the products of human energy expended. If one used one's energy to build a bow, go out hunting, kill an animal, process the carcass, and transport the meat back to be traded or bartered for, this gave that meat value. The bow components were free, as was the animal. The same was true for the farmer, who expended meaningful energy in tilling, sowing, tending, harvesting, and, if need be, transporting what that farmer produced. The produce had value. Even the gatherer expended meaningful energy in seeking things to gather, then transporting the find back to be used as "money" for other things. The miner expended the meaningful energy to find the (free) ore, hew it out of the earth, and transport it.

From these beginnings, the practice of using coin and other objects arose to represent this meaningful energy expended when transporting large amounts of goods, as well using to acquire something another had but not having the specific thing the other wanted. And from this, humans went on to bills when coins and jewels and other objects became too cumbersome. And, lately, we have added electronic funds, as even bills are cumbersome in million unit, billion unit and trillion unit transactions. But the foundation of all these monetary units is the meaningful energy expended, whether human or resource-based (oil, coal, nuclear, etc.) energy.

TSA continues to expand operations outside of airports with VIPR teams

Madison Ruppert, Contributor
Activist Post

Through so-called VIPR teams, meaning Visual Intermodal Protection and Response, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), a child agency of the behemoth Department of Homeland Security (DHS), continues to expand beyond the confines of airports.

In my view, the DHS is just about one of the least trustworthy government agencies we are subjected to. After all, they have been busted lying bald-faced to Congress about their activities, while the TSA has also helped cover up the danger of the so-called naked body scanners.

Indeed, recently in Alton, Illinois, yet another instance of TSA goons operating outside of their traditional jurisdiction presented itself.

Monsanto’s Roundup is Causing DNA Damage

Mike Barrett
Activist Post

There is a reason that masks are worn while applying herbicides, and warning signs are erected upon recently sprayed land plots; herbicide exposure is known to cause serious health complications.

New research has recently been released showing that glyphosate, the main active ingredient found in Monsanto’s Roundup Ultra Max, is causing both DNA and cellular damage to cells found in the mouth and throat.

Seeing as the inhalation of herbicides and ingredients like glyphosate is very common, this research alone is enough to raise concern over the safety of such substances which are used on a major scale.

Giuliani openly promotes terrorism as a way to stop Iranian nuclear program

D.C. Rally held by the MEK
Madison Ruppert, Contributor
Activist Post

Rudolph “Rudy” Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City during the time surrounding the tragic events of September 11, 2001, is now coming out in support of terrorism.

As absurd as it sounds, it is unfortunately true. He has voiced support for the terrorist group known as Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), even going as far as to claim that supporting terrorism is the only thing that can stop the Iranian nuclear program.

Keep in mind; this is the same group which, according to anonymous U.S. officials, is working with the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad to carry out terrorist attacks and assassinations in Iran.

According to the International Business Times, Giuliani made these disturbing statements at a press conference earlier this week in Paris, France.

FDA Deletes 1 Million Signatures for GMO Labeling Campaign

Mike Barrett
Activist Post

While the Food and Drug Administration has seemingly reached the limit for unbelievable behavior, the company’s decisions continue to astound and appall consumers and health activists alike.

In the agency’s latest decision, undoubtedly amazing thousands of individuals yet again, the FDA virtually erased 1 million signatures and comments on the ‘Just Label It’ campaign calling for the labeling of genetically modified foods. 

The ‘Just Label It” campaign has gotten more signatures than any campaign in history for the labeling of genetically modified foods. Since October of 2011, the campaign has received over 900,000 signatures, with 55 politicians joining in on the movement. So what’s the problem here?

Parents Refuse to Vaccinate, Newborn Seized in Hospital by Police

Homeschool family harassed for lack
 of vaccines - Dees Illustration
Michael P. Farris, Esq.

I am not content to sit on the sidelines while the government gradually usurps the very essence of parental rights. I hope you share my determination. We need to stand with people like Scott and Jodi Ferris (obviously no relation to someone named Farris). Here’s their story:

Jodi went into labor a bit earlier than she had expected—and the baby was coming rapidly. Given their location and other factors, the midwife they had hoped would deliver the baby at their home encouraged them to get in an ambulance and head to the hospital.

Their baby, whom I will call “Annie,” was born in the ambulance in the parking lot of the Hershey Medical Center—a government hospital in Pennsylvania. Hospital personnel arrived very quickly and took charge of both baby and mom.

Smart Phone Ap Allows Thieves to Steal Credit Card Information

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Thursday, March 29, 2012

The Warning...

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