When I see news about “official” law enforcement or agency incorporation of spy tech into their routines, I get a bit uneasy. Not because I have “anything to hide”, but because I have “everything to hide.”
“Huh? What do you mean?”
Here’s what I mean. If I have property that I’d rather not show the world, it’s MY RIGHT to keep it to myself – from everyone. I owe no one any knowledge of my life behind my walls. I
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Anyone that is not aware of the use of Police “Dynamic Entry” tactics during so-called no-knock raids needs to be aware of them.
Because the bad guys use those same tactics when conducting HOME INVASIONS. That’s right. The bad guys dress up as “good guys” and smash down doors yelling “Police!” The idea is that YOU won’t shoot a cop, and thusly will allow said bad guys the few SECONDS they need to secure your home for themselves. Playing
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Copied it full from ZeroHedge. If the ZeroHedgers have an issue with it, I’ll remove it.
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 12/29/2013 15:39 -0500
The NSA’s 50-Page Catalog Of Back Door Penetration Techniques Revealed
While the world may have become habituated to (and perhaps revels in, thank you social media exhibitionist culture) the fact that the NSA is watching anyone and everyone, intercepting, recording, and hacking every electronic exchange regardless if it involves foreign “terrorists” or US housewives, the discoveries
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As of December 2013, is there anything to the notion that the government is buying ammunition in quantities far beyond their needs for training and operations? Just how big is the government ammunition purchasing program?
In March of this year, WND published an article, “Feds Buying 100 Years Worth of Ammo.”
Some money quotes from the article. As WND previously reported, it also would be enough ammunition to fight a war for more than 20 years. It would give the
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As if hacked government databases haven’t already place our personal information at risk, here is news of another problem that promises to be the biggest yet.
The information database necessary for the Health Care exchanges to operate has NOT passed security testing. It will be the world’s largest and most complete storehouse of personal information ever. It will be the target of hackers large and small, government and geek, and the attacks will be round the clock.
Our people can’t
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Police raids are in the news more and more for their violence, lack of care for those being raided, dog killings – and all of these no-knock raids appear to be fashion shows for the latest military sales to police departments across the land. It’s as if the best stories of abuse are justification for greater efforts at the same.
One does bad, gets away with it – and another seeks to top it.
Criminals conducting home invasions also are
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Christians are sometimes challenged with a certain passage within Romans 13 when discussing the right to self defense and their obligations to “authority”. I came across a study on this yesterday that I found to be very enlightening. Along with an explanation of what the root words for authority and tribute happen to be and mean, it also provided an argument in favor of the wholesale rebellion of the American colonists against Great Britain – though it never intended to.
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Located this tonight while doing other research. If you were looking for some other reading after review my previous article on the subject, Mr. Joseph Dale Robertson offers a bit more history as to origins, and some thoughts on current implementation and negation.
“Habeas Corpus the Most Extraordinary Writ”
Another article from Encyclopedia.com
Those two words cause hearts to skip beats. Understood by those words is that, when such a form of control is instituted, personal liberties may be at risk.
There have been a few articles, referencing martial law, recently in the press. I’ve heard support for and against it, with the no-votes coming from a Constitutional view point. Within the Constitution, there is reference to at least one aspect of it, but it’s not something to which I gave
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