Activist Post

2020 Feb 18 - 2:19am
By B.N. Frank Lawsuits continue to be filed against The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for NOT protecting the public from the telecom industry (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8).  Included in the not-protecting is approving tens of thousands of satellites despite catastrophic warnings from astronomers and other experts (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8). A paper published last month even suggests they may have broken environmental law when they...
Tags: Environment, Technology, Video, BN Frank, SpaceX, Telecom
2020 Feb 18 - 1:46am
By Matt Agorist Jacksonville, FL — Marina Falk received a horrifying call from school earlier this month in regard to her 6-year-old daughter Nadia. Officials from Love Grove Elementary School called Falk to tell her that police had taken her daughter because she’d been acting out. Without her consent, authorities essentially kidnapped a 6-year-old girl and held her in a facility for two days. Falk never received a call when her daughter acted...
Tags: Liberty, Video, Child Abuse, Matt Agorist, Parenting, police
2020 Feb 18 - 1:38am
By Chris Menahan Have you ever heard of this thing called the “First Amendment,” Mr. Zuckerberg? From Washington Examiner, “‘More guidance and regulation’: Zuckerberg requests government rules on ‘what discourse should be allowed'”: Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg called on Western governments to provide regulatory guidance for how social media companies can identify the boundaries of “...
Tags: Liberty, Technology, Censorship, Chris Menahan, Constitution, facebook
2020 Feb 18 - 1:30am
By Daisy Luther The worst of the numerous anti-gun legislations in Virginia, the so-called “assault weapons ban,” was shot down (sorry, I had to) this morning by the Senate Judiciary Committee, killing any chance of that bill becoming law this year. The alarming wording of HB961: Prohibiting sale, transport, etc., of assault firearms, certain firearm magazines, silencers, and trigger activators; penalties. Expands the definition of “assault...
Tags: Liberty, junktag (ignore), Constitution, Daisy Luther, Gun Control, Virginia
2020 Feb 18 - 1:17am
By Michael Snyder Global economic conditions are really starting to deteriorate quite rapidly.  Economists were projecting that Japan’s GDP would shrink by 3.8 percent on an annualized basis in the fourth quarter, but instead it greatly surpassed expectations by plunging 6.3 percent.  If Japan’s GDP falls again during the first quarter of 2020, and thanks to the coronavirus outbreak that seems very likely, then the world’s third largest economy...
Tags: economy, Health, China, Economic Collapse, Japan, Michael Snyder
2020 Feb 17 - 11:30pm
We Bring You This Critical Alert, Contributed By WealthResearchGroup.com and Their Founder, Lior Gantz, Who Our Staff Looks At For Accurate Economic Forecasting. Policy-makers have gone mad and the general public doesn’t quite understand how dire the situation is. Everyone’s bullish on the U.S. economy; can you find anyone that isn’t saying that “things are looking good, overall,” or that doesn’t have his...
Tags: economy, Banking, Bitcoin, Investing, Lior Gantz
2020 Feb 17 - 11:20pm
By B.N. Frank Doctors, scientists, engineers, and public advocates have asked President Trump for a moratorium on 5G because of biological, environmental, and safety risks (see 1, 2, 3).  Other warnings about 5G have been issued by meteorologists, NASA, NOAA, the U.S. Navy, security experts and other respected sources (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5). Multiple 5G lawsuits have been filed in the U.S. (see 1, 2, 3, 4).  People and animals have been getting...
Tags: Health, Liberty, junktag (ignore), Technology, Video, 5G
2020 Feb 17 - 11:05pm
Op-Ed by Neenah Payne The coronavirus crisis must not make us lose sight of the importance of understanding how powerful China has become under President Xi Jinping. China is one of the most rapidly changing countries on the planet – and is also changing the world in several key ways. Xi Jinping was Vice President from 2008-2013 when he became President. He is now considered the most important Chinese leader since Mao Zedong. Since China removed...
Tags: Culture, economy, junktag (ignore), Video, China, History
2020 Feb 17 - 9:20am
By Avi Mizrahi Research has shown that government paper money is a hotbed for bacteria and that, at least in the U.S., most bank notes in circulation are tainted by cocaine. Now you can also worry about a new threat possibly sticking to your fingers when you handle a bill – a deadly virus coming out of China. China Scrubs Cash to Stop Virus Outbreak The People’s Bank of China, the Chinese central bank, has announced that it has taken a number of...
Tags: economy, Health, Avi Mizrahi, Cashless Agenda, China, coronavirus
2020 Feb 17 - 9:17am
By Jason Bermas Essentially, anything that has ever been uploaded to the cloud is out there in offline databases even if it has been deleted. Jason Bermas breaks down exactly where we stand in the “track, trace and database” society that has been built over the previous decades and is now coming into clearer view. (function(w,d,s,i){w.ldAdInit=w.ldAdInit||[];w.ldAdInit.push({slot:10841224714367334,size:[0, 0],id:"ld-6931-3360"});...
Tags: Liberty, Technology, Video, Artificial Intelligence, facial recognition, Jason Bermas
2020 Feb 17 - 12:56am
By Jack Burns A Fort Collins woman has sued the Fort Collins Police Department as well as the city for the alleged violent arrest and use of excessive force she claims she endured at the hands of an off-duty police officer. Now the taxpayers of Fort Collins will be shelling out $125,000 because this cop couldn’t control his violent tendencies. The officer, Stephen Sparacio, arrested Kimberly Chancellor outside of her apartment complex on October...
Tags: economy, Liberty, Jack Burns, police, Tax
2020 Feb 16 - 11:20pm
By David Haggith Employment has been the one stickler in my recession prediction for 2019, and finding a trustworthy measurement from the government’s statistics is like finding a virgin in a brothel. Depending on which official figures you look at, employment has refused to fall and new jobs are strong … or they stink. We recently got two extremely conflicting reports from the same government agency that reveal, AGAIN, how dubious the official...
Tags: economy, David Haggith, Employment, propaganda

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