Posts Tagged ‘abuses’

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Amazon, Google, Apple… Fox News join Microsoft in US gag orders fight

The likes of Apple, Google, and Mozilla—among many others—have put their names to an amicus brief in support of a lawsuit Microsoft filed against the federal government over its controversial and continued use of gagging orders.

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In another “Tuskegee Experiment” illegitimate testing of weapons on unsuspecting civilians, the US military is playing around in Washington State, SINCE 2010, and not warning anyone.

Navy Secretly Conducting Electromagnetic Warfare Training on Washington Roads

 

As Truthout previously reported, the Navy itself has produced a medical study showing that exposure to electromagnetic radiation causes a myriad of human health problems, including corneal damage, tubular degeneration of testicles, brain heating, sterility, altered penile function, death, cranial nerve disorders, seizures, convulsions, depression, insomnia, chest pain, and even sparking between dental fillings.

 

Posters Hanging in House of Trade Unions

 

Chris Hedges and other plaintiffs try in vain to keep the Obama military machine in check, even as the government claims the right to snatch and grab anyone on earth without DUE PROCESS OF LAW…

Fighting the Militarized State

If Section 1021(b)(2) is not struck down by the Supreme Court it will effectively overturn nearly 150 years of case law that repeatedly holds that the military has no jurisdiction over civilians. A U.S. citizen charged by the government with “substantially supporting” al-Qaida, the Taliban or those in the nebulous category of “associated forces” will be lawfully subject to extraordinary rendition on U.S. soil. Arrested citizens will languish in military jails, in the language of Section 1021(b)(2), until “the end of hostilities.”

This obliteration of the right to due process and a fair hearing in a court of law, along with the mass surveillance that has abolished our right to privacy, will be the legal foundation of our militarized, corporate state. Judge Forrest warned in her 112-page opinion that whole categories of Americans could, under this law, be subject to seizure by the military. She drew parallels between Section 1021(b)(2) and Korematsu v. United States, the 1944 Supreme Court ruling that supported the government’s use of the military to detain 110,000 Japanese-Americans in internment camps during World War II. Our case offers the court an opportunity, as several lawyers have pointed out, to not only protect almost 150 years of domestic law that forbids the military to carry out domestic policing but to repudiate the shameful Korematsu decision.

May as well add unaccountable torture, unlimited surveillance and show trials to the list of citizen grievances against Obama Incorporated.

 

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Hedges continues on Breaking the Set, mentioning totalitarianism.

 

 

 

 

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James Corbett makes investigatory pieces for Sibel Edmonds’ website.

 

How to Boycott Big Food

 

(Don’t eat that shit.)

 

 

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden

“It’ll be turnkey tyranny.”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yB3n9fu-rM

“Now increasingly we see that it’s happening domestically.  And to do that they, the NSA specifically, targets the communications of everyone.  It ingests them by default.  It collects them in its system and it filters and it analyzes them and it measures them and it stores them for periods of time simply because that’s the easiest, most efficient and most valuable way to achieve these ends.”
“Any analyst at any time can target anyone.”
“But, I sitting at my desk certainly had the authorities to wiretap anyone, from YOU or your accountant to a federal judge to even the president if I had a personal email.”

Another American hero destined to be destroyed by the increasingly fascist empire.

Objective Analysis: Obama Versus Nixon

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George Washington’s Blog:

Top Constitutional Experts: Obama Is Worse than Nixon”

 

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Communications Management Units are the new black hole for “domestic terrorists” who say things the government doesn’t like.  You see their communications are managed.  Hence the name.  Political prisoners can be assured their stories will remain untold and silenced.  This is the open and accountable utopia Mr. Obama blathered about endlessly.  And the suckers lined up in droves.

Government Acknowledges Secretive Prisons for “Domestic Terrorists,” Proposes Making Them Permanent

“The [Prison] Bureau’s proposal makes clear that the CMUs are intended to keep these cases isolated, and to keep political prisoners with “inspirational significance” from communicating with the communities and social movements of which they are part.”

Gulag Amerika is going strong. And yes I know I’m on their list for having the audacity to tell the truth.