Activist Post

2020 Oct 21 - 7:05am
By Tyler Durden Back in April, when the coronavirus was still new and scary, with cities from New York, to London to Paris in its grip, the professional commentariat was abuzz with speculation about what our not-too-distant post-COVID-19 future might look like. At one point, the mayor of the French city of Nice and Bill Gates were among the most prominent voices discussing health passports, and the WHO was apparently treating the topic with...
Tags: Health, Liberty, Technology, Immunity Passport, Travel, Tyler Durden
2020 Oct 21 - 6:12am
By B.N. Frank During “The Cold War” American Embassy workers in Russia were deliberately targeted and injured by microwave weapons. Over the last 2 years it’s been reported that American Embassy workers in China and Cuba may have also more recently been targeted and injured by microwave weapons. Of course, exposure to microwave radiation from common wireless sources like cell towers, utility “Smart” Meters, Activity Trackers, Bluetooth, cell...
Tags: Health, junktag (ignore), Technology, Video, War, BN Frank
2020 Oct 21 - 5:51am
By Neenah Payne RED ALERT!! Dollar Is Dying — Banks Initiate Massive Shorts, Cryptocurrency is Skyrocketing  shows how the big banks are betting now. The video says banks see a bitcoin price of $140,000. Coinbase shows that bitcoin is now about $12,000. JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon once called bitcoin a “fraud”, but now he’s leading Wall Street’s push into cryptocurrencies. JP Morgan Chase is America’s largest bank by assets with over $2.62...
Tags: economy, Video, Bitcoin, blockchain, CBDC, cryptocurrency
2020 Oct 21 - 2:49am
By Tyler Durden The Trump administration walked back federal pro­tec­tions for renters in early October, even though rent moratoriums were still in effect, which allowed property owners and operators to begin the eviction process for millions of people as tens of billions of dollars in back rent is coming due. In early September, the CDC published new, temporary guidelines to halt evictions because of the virus pandemic. The public health agency...
Tags: economy, Economic Collapse, Homeless, Housing, poverty, Tyler Durden
2020 Oct 21 - 2:38am
By Reese Oxner Ireland will be the first European country to return to a nationwide shutdown as COVID-19 cases rise, Prime Minister Micheal Martin said Monday. Nonessential retail businesses are ordered to close. Residents are expected to stay within about 3 miles of their homes, except for work and other essential activities. The country is entering its highest level of coronavirus restrictions for six weeks, beginning midnight Wednesday night...
Tags: economy, Health, Ireland, lockdown
2020 Oct 21 - 2:18am
By Michael Maharrey RICHMOND, Va. (Oct. 20, 2020) – On Saturday, Virginia became the 34th state with legal medical marijuana sales when its first dispensary opened despite ongoing federal prohibition. But the commonwealth didn’t follow the typical path to legalizing medicinal cannabis. Dharma Pharmaceuticals celebrated its grand opening on Saturday. The medical marijuana dispensary is located at an old Bristol mall. According to WCYB, it is one...
Tags: Health, Liberty, Cannabis, Constitution, Medical Marijuana, Michael Maharrey
2020 Oct 21 - 12:02am
By B.N. Frank Expert warnings about satellites and similar vehicles adding to already dangerous levels of Space Junk are NOT new. There are also safer ways to offer high speed internet coverage than satellites and Americans HAVE ALREADY PAID for it (see 1, 2). Unfortunately, despite increased opposition, warnings, accidents, almost accidents, explosions, AND obviously safer ways to offer internet coverage – the Federal Communications Commission...
Tags: Environment, Health, Technology, Video, BN Frank, pollution
2020 Oct 20 - 11:11pm
By Stefan Gleason The threat of economically crippling lockdowns, the promise of unending monetary stimulus, and the uncertainty of game-changing political outcomes – this is the “new normal” for investors. The COVID pandemic won’t be eradicated anytime soon. And even when it finally is, the economic and social costs will continue to be borne for years to come. In such an environment, all conventional asset classes carry heightened risk. Certain...
Tags: economy, Banking, Silver, Stefan Gleason
2020 Oct 20 - 11:03pm
By Brett Wilkins Residents of a Sacramento suburb were left scratching their heads and asking questions on Sunday following a report that a National Guard spy plane was deployed to the largely gated community—where the commander of the California National Guard resides—to monitor racial justice protests earlier this year. The Los Angeles Times reports RC-26 reconnaissance planes were deployed to monitor protests in three major cities in early...
Tags: Activism, Liberty, Brett Wilkins, California, Protest, Surveillance
2020 Oct 20 - 10:44pm
By MassPrivateI What have corporations learned from the post 9/11 era? Apparently a lot. Since 9/11, airports in the U.S. and across the globe have been redesigned to make people feel safer and make it easier for authorities to ID and track airline passengers. A Fast Company story reveals how Walmart is taking a cue from airport terminals by bringing the airport experience to every store. “Airports were a place that inspired us because, by...
Tags: economy, Technology, Video, MassPrivateI, privacy, smart technology
2020 Oct 20 - 9:39am
By John Bush In this video John Bush shares six ways you can disrupt Agenda 21/2030, The Great Reset, and the Growth of Technocracy. These are the various vehicles the powers that wish they were are utilizing in order to create a dictatorial technocratic global government in which all humans are tracked and controlled. Six areas of disruption and opt out…. Stay in good health Raise free and sovereign children Become an entrepreneur /...
Tags: Activism, economy, Liberty, Technology, Video, 2030 Agenda
2020 Oct 20 - 7:20am
By Matt Agorist Everyone reading this knows that there are few things on the internet more revealing than their internet search data. It is for this reason that police must seek out a warrant for an actual suspect in order to obtain said data. However, a recently unsealed court document found that government can request such data in reverse order by asking Google to disclose everyone who searched a keyword rather than for information on a known...
Tags: Liberty, Technology, Civil Liberties, Constitution, Google, Human Rights

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