Trump Feeding “Tear Away” Immigrant Kids to America’s “Elite Pedophiles”

By  Gordon Duff, Senior Editor There are two primary ratlines for stolen kids, one in Europe, one in America. Here it runs from New York, to Washington, to Florida, three areas where law enforcement and the courts are owned. DC courts were stacked by the neocons under Bush43 after the Franklin pedophile scandals threatened to bring down a presidency. Florida is totally owned, courts, local police departments, sheriffs elections, along with totally corrupt Tallahassee. New York is the same, with payoff cash running the ratline from drug ridden Montreal, down through Albany to the Kosher Nostra dens of the Trump/Kushner empire. … Continue reading Trump Feeding “Tear Away” Immigrant Kids to America’s “Elite Pedophiles”

HOW YOU CAN UNDERMINE THE ‘EVIL CABAL’

by Dylan Charles, Editor Waking Times Over the years, the description of the tyrants and psychopaths that so often occupy positions of power in our world has evolved, and today it is fashionable to refer to this nebulous group by using the term ‘Evil Cabal.’ Language is perhaps the most important device we have for creating reality, and just as George Orwell knew, the more linguistically vague, simplistic, ambiguous and nondescript the language, the more room there is to shape perception. This is called Newspeak, and in the case of the ‘Evil Cabal,’ the term fails to fully describe our complex world, but succeeds tremendously in maintaining … Continue reading HOW YOU CAN UNDERMINE THE ‘EVIL CABAL’

Eugenics never went away

The Provincial Training School in Red Deer, Alberta, opened in October 1923 and was designated to be a residential institution for the training of people deemed ‘mentally defective’. Photo courtesy eugencisarchove.ca Thought eugenics died with the Nazis? Think again: the eugenic programme of sterilising the ‘unfit’ continues even today by Robert A Wilson is professor of philosophy at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia, and the founder of the network Philosophical Engagement in Public Life (PEiPL). His latest book is The Eugenic Mind Project (2018). Edited by Sam Dresser Eugenics was a mixture of science and social movement that aimed to improve the human race over generations. … Continue reading Eugenics never went away

The Paradox of Freedom: The Great Humanistic Philosopher and Psychologist Erich Fromm on Moral Aloneness and Our Mightiest Antidote to Terror

Art by Lisbeth Zwerger from a special edition of The Wizard of Oz. “Modern man still is anxious and tempted to surrender his freedom to dictators of all kinds, or to lose it by transforming himself into a small cog in the machine.” BY MARIA POPOVA “Freedom is not something that anybody can be given,”James Baldwin wrote in contemplating how we imprison ourselves, “freedom is something people take and people are as free as they want to be.” It is hard not to instinctually bristle at this notion — we all like to see ourselves as autonomous agents of our own destiny who would never … Continue reading The Paradox of Freedom: The Great Humanistic Philosopher and Psychologist Erich Fromm on Moral Aloneness and Our Mightiest Antidote to Terror

Many of us really are sheep: Experiments in social compliance show few people argue with authority figures

by: Lance D Johnson (Natural News) Many of us really are sheep, quick to follow the crowd and obey orders. Instead of standing up and speaking out on our own convictions, we often choose to fit in. Assimilating with the crowd, we find it’s easier to go-along to get-along, even if that means giving away our own power, rights, and dignity in the process. In fear of isolation, we do not question or challenge authority figures, even when they are morally and ethically wrong. Yale University psychologist Stanley Milgram unveiled this sad reality of human behavior in a social compliance experiment that showed how ordinary people … Continue reading Many of us really are sheep: Experiments in social compliance show few people argue with authority figures

China’s New Frontiers in Dystopian Tech

  Rami Niemi by RENE CHUN Facial-recognition technologies are proliferating, from airports to bathrooms. Dystopia starts with 23.6 inches of toilet paper. That’s how much the dispensers at the entrance of the public restrooms at Beijing’s Temple of Heaven dole out in a program involving facial-recognition scanners—part of the president’s “Toilet Revolution,” which seeks to modernize public toilets. Want more? Forget it. If you go back to the scanner before nine minutes are up, it will recognize you and issue this terse refusal: “Please try again later.” China is rife with face-scanning technology worthy of Black Mirror. Don’t even think about jaywalking in … Continue reading China’s New Frontiers in Dystopian Tech

Keeping a low profile: How to avoid thermal cameras deployed by the surveillance state

by: Frances Bloomfield (Natural News) Thermal imaging has now become part and parcel of surveillance technology, and for good reason — Warm bodies and hot equipment continuously give off an invisible heat known as infrared light. It’s undetectable by the human eye, but not to thermal imaging equipment. This is both a good and bad thing: good if you’re the one making use of thermal imaging to protect yourself, bad if you’re trying to avoid it. If you just so happen to fall squarely into the latter, then you’re in luck. Thermal imaging is effective, but it isn’t infallible. There are … Continue reading Keeping a low profile: How to avoid thermal cameras deployed by the surveillance state