Daily Archives: April 3, 2015

ZeroHedge – Caught On Tape: Raging Fire At Kentucky GE Plant – 3 April 2015

ZeroHedgeIf you live within a half-mile radius of a Louisville, Kentucky GE plant you are sheltering in place Friday morning after a massive fire engulfed Building Six which is reportedly leased out for storage. It’s actually raining ash in the surrounding area as the sky fills with volcano-like smoke clouds.

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ActivistPost – The Cybersecurity Bill CISA: Big Brother Just Got Bigger – 3 April 2015

Logo_activistpost-comTed Baumann
Activist Post

Yesterday I fell for an April Fools’ joke for the first time (that I can remember, at least).

A blog post, ostensibly from Georgia Tech, announced a new program to award credit to students who use their smartphones while logged on to the campus Wi-Fi system. “Every website visit, post, tweet, photo, and yes, even yaks are available and tied to a user,” it said. “Grades are assigned using machine learning that has been trained to recognize intellectually valid content. The student receives a monthly report of their progress. The more they use the Internet, the faster they graduate.”

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NaturalNews – Ethan A. Huff – CDC Building ‘Police State’ Registry System To Track Your Vaccination Status – 3 April 2015

NaturalNewss Logo-April-2014(NaturalNews) Imagine a world in which the government has free access to your private medical records for the purpose of ensuring your compliance with official vaccination mandates. The United States is on the cusp of such tyranny with an Immunization Information Systems (IIS) program currently being built by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that will make your vaccination status available to health authorities, healthcare providers and “other authorized stakeholders.”

The CDC describes the program as a system of “confidential, population-based, computerized databases that record all immunization doses administered by participating providers to persons residing within a given geopolitical area.” In other words, it’s a vast network of tracking systems that keep tabs on who’s getting jabbed in accordance with official guidelines and who’s choosing to opt for natural immunity instead. Continue reading

ZeroHedge – The Inevitable Failure Of Mechanistic Monetary Policy – 3 April 2015

ZeroHedgeSubmitted by Charles Hugh-Smith via OfTwoMinds blog,

Our current faith in central banks’ ability to “make the economy all better, all the time” is horrendously misplaced.

We are living in the Cargo Cult Era of Central Bankers. The era began in earnest on December 5, 1996, when Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan cautiously wondered aloud if the stock market was exhibiting “irrational exuberance.”

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ActivistPost – Google Patents Directed Energy Nanoparticle Wearable Device – 3 April 2015

Logo_activistpost-comMelissa Melton
Activist Post

For the record, Google has recently patented a wearable “nanoparticle phoresis” device with the World Intellectual Property Organization. The official patent was published just a few weeks ago.

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NaturalNews – Sandy J. Duncan – Unanimous Vote: Portland Bans Neonicotinoids To Protect Bees From Deadly Pesticide – 3 April 2015

NaturalNewss Logo-April-2014NaturalNews) After the disturbing death in 2013 of tens of thousands of bees in Wilsonville, Oregon believed to be linked to a class of insecticides called neonicotinoids, Portland, Oregon has decided — after a recent unanimous vote — to ban use of these toxic chemicals on city-owned property. The ban does not prevent people from using neonicotinoids on private property within the city.

ZeroHedge – It’s Starting To Fall Apart: German Bank Sues The ECB – 3 April 2015

ZeroHedgeWe probably haven’t seen the last of the troubles in the Eurozone. As the European Central Bank is trying to put out several fires with regards to Greece and its huge Quantitative Easing money-printing program, it’s important for the Eurozone to keep everybody on the same page. But as could be expected, some banks in the Eurozone aren’t really too keen on playing ball and have rejected the interference of the central bank.

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