3 Aug 2013

Nigel Farage on racist UK home office campaign on illegal immigrants

liarpoliticians: UKIP party leader Nigel Farage on the racist UK Home Office crackdown on illegal immigration, a fake campaign to pretend to voters intending to vote UKIP that the Tories are doing something, while keeping the "Open Borders" (tm) policy, anyone can continue to come into the UK

Financial Tapeworms - Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert with Greg Palast

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the good news from China where a worm has been successfully removed from a man's brain; thus giving us hope at removing the 6 foot long financial tapeworms which have sucked the nutrients out of the global financial system leaving behind a malnourished Zero Interest Rate Policy (ZIRP) world in which wages fail to keep up with inflation and new workers are put on 'zero hour' contracts.

Breaking News; the moon is hollow

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Will The Victim-Blaming Ever End?

6oodfella: I saw a poster on Exposing Feminism's page, and it gave me the idea for this video.

Drones and Right to Privacy - Ludwig von Mises Institute

droneBy James E. Miller: On August 6th, the small town of Deer Trail, Colorado is set to vote on an ordinance that will permit the hunting of unmanned surveillance drones. The author of the ordinance, Phillip Steel, claims the gesture is “symbolic.” In an interview with a local ABC News affiliate, Steel attested that he does “not believe in the idea of a surveillance society.” The Florida Legislature recently passed a law barring federal government drones from “gathering evidence or other information” on citizens of the state. A handful of other American states are pursuing measures to limit the spying operations of Uncle Sam’s unmanned aerial vehicles.
The pushback against Washington’s snoop activities is a nice development. It’s unfortunate that these state laws and local ordinances will not amount to anything significant. The federal government is the divine master of what was once known as the individual states. Federalism – the idea that sovereignty is shared between hierarchical governing bodies under one umbrella of monopoly authority – is a long-dead concept of American lore. The states have been subservient to a national Leviathan since the War for Southern Independence. If the Constitution was supposed to balance the powers between state legislatures and Congress, it has been a miserable failure. Like pigs at the trough, the “laboratories of democracy” lined up to feed on an endless stream of Washington money that came with strings implicitly attached.

Addicted to Power - A Conversation with Dr. Mark Skousen + Psychopaths Among Us - A Conversation with Michael Cross

Stefan Molyneux: Talk with Dr. Mark Skousen about the visible vs. invisible effects of government programs, concentrated benefit, dispersed costs, FreedomFest and the future of the United States economy.

Frankie Boyle the Prophet parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 - BBC Sucks O Cocks News

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Marc Faber on Chinese foreign exchange reserves & the Sino-American geopolitical standoff

theprospectgroup: Marc Faber is an economic authority on global macroeconomics, capital markets, and investment and the Editor & Publisher of "The Gloom Boom & Doom Report". He spoke with The Prospect Group about Asian Central Banks' forex positions, economic tensions between China and America, and his outlook for Russia.

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Politically Incorrect Jewish News

FBI employs hackers, has software that can remotely activate cell phone, laptop microphones and more

By Madison Ruppert: A new report reveals that the FBI directly employs multiple hackers who create custom surveillance software for the bureau, some of which is capable of remotely activating the microphones on cell phones and laptops, among other features.
The FBI is known for using technology shrouded in secrecy, some of which is based on legal grounds which have been questioned by critics with some maintaining that the FBI deceived judges in deploying it.
Malicious software, or malware, aimed at enabling government surveillance has also been heavily marketed directly to the US government.
It’s also important to note that the US government is now the world’s largest buyer of malware.
Yet the government doesn’t just buy software from the private sector, anonymous former US officials told the Wall Street Journal that the FBI also employs a number of hackers who write custom surveillance software.”