Friday, May 31, 2019

Tom Fitton: Deep State Will Target Anyone They Can over Anti-Trump Coup

JW President Tom Fitton will appear on “FreedomTalks” with FreedomWorks to discuss the Mueller report and anti-Trump targeting.

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Tom Fitton: Mueller Should Testify Before Congress and Answer for Ethics Issues

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JW President Tom Fitton joins “Lou Dobbs Tonight” on the Fox Business Network to discuss Robert Mueller’s statements about the special counsel report.

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Group of independent journalists thrown in a cell- Bilderberg 2019

Group of independent journalists attempted to interview some of the attendees at the airport. Unfortunately it seems that they have been instructed not to talk at all.

Journalists Detained During First Day of Bilderberg…


President Trump says both China and Iran have become weakened nations

The art of the deal: Trump has China and Iran in a pickle.

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump told reporters in front of the White House on Thursday that the tariffs he imposed on the communist nation are having a “devastating” effect and will lead to a “deal.”

“The tariffs are having a devastating effect on China,” he explained. “People are fleeing the country with their companies… and they’re even coming to the United States because then there are no tariffs.”

“China wants to very much make a deal,” he said. “China has become a very weakened nation just like Iran has become a very weakened nation.”

Withal, President Trump maintains that inflation and pricing have gone up very little for U.S. consumers in response to the tariffs but said on the flipside the tariffs have wreaked havoc on the Chinese.

As a caveat, President Trump also announced on Thursday that he plans to impose tariffs on Mexico in response to the migrant crisis.

Not to mention, the harsh words the commander-in-chief had for the Democrats who appear to be asleep at the switch.

“Hard to believe that with the Crisis on the Border, the Dems won’t do the quick and easy fix. Would solve the problem but they want Open Borders, which equals crime!,” President Trump Tweeted.

“Mexico has taken advantage of the United States for decades. Because of the Dems, our Immigration Laws are BAD. Mexico makes a FORTUNE from the U.S., have for decades, they can easily fix this problem. Time for them to finally do what must be done!”


Thursday, May 30, 2019

Soon, HAND recognition will catch criminals as researchers build database to record variations and biometrics

Researchers at Lancaster University in the United Kingdom are busy working on new technology that they claim will one day make it possible for law enforcement to identify potential criminals simply by looking at their hands.

Professor Dame Sue Black, who’s reportedly heading up the project, says that the human hand is much like a fingerprint, bearing unique patterns of veins, skin creases, scars, pigmentation, and in some cases tattoos. Because of this, she claims it’s possible to identify a person solely by these attributes, even if you were to never actually see the person’s face.

Since manual observations of unique hand signatures have already been successfully used in the legal system to identify child abusers, Prof. Black and her colleagues believe that forging a more technologically advanced method of identification that combines the use of "hard" and "soft" biometrics could be the future of criminal justice.

"The hand retains and displays many anatomical differences due to our genetics, development, environment or even accidents so each person’s hands are different," she contends, as quoted by the Daily Mail Online.

"Now for the first time, researchers will analyse all the factors that make a hand truly unique so we can understand and use them reliably as evidence to identify individuals."

In the New World Order, there will be no more privacy

As is typically the case, this highly invasive technology – the first of its kind – is being touted as a potential societal benefit that will help reduce crime. But even its proponents admit that it will leave little in the way of personal privacy, advancing Big Brother spying and surveillance capabilities to a whole new level of Orwellian.

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In conjunction with the University of Dundee (U.K.), Prof. Black and her colleagues plan to eat up the $2.5 million euros they’ve been granted to study the concept, which in many ways resembles facial recognition technology that’s capable of identifying people even when their faces are covered.

It’s the future, alright – a future where nobody will have any privacy whatsoever, and one in which the government has full autonomy over the global masses of human slaves who’ve gullibly traded their rights and liberty in exchange for a false sense of peace and safety.

For more news about the burgeoning police state that’s being created in order to implement a tyrannical New World Order, be sure to check out

The police state wants to be able to identify you based on your hands in under a minute

To make sure that this future biometric hand identification system works as intended, the team plans to recruit 5,000 "citizen scientists" to volunteer as human guinea pigs. These volunteers will be asked to contribute images of their hands for use in the world’s first searchable database of hands, which Prof. Black and her colleagues hope will be as efficient and effective as the systems already in place for identifying fingerprints.

Such technology as it pertains to fingerprints already allows police officers to identify a potential suspect in under one minute, right at the scene of the crime. The goal, according to Prof. Black, is to have a similar system for hands that allows law enforcement to quickly peg potential suspects for detention and questioning.

"A significant step change is required in the science to both reliably and repeatedly extract and compare anatomical information from large numbers of images especially when the hand is not in a standard position or when either the resolution or lighting in the image is not ideal," she says.


Twenty-four percent of Bilderberg 2019 attendees of U.S. origin, 16 of which are members of the Council on Foreign Relations

Barry Friedberg (FriedbergMilstein), Robert Lenzner (Forbes) and Jim Hoge (Council on Foreign Relations)
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CFR a major powerhouse when it comes to orchestrating world events.

MONTREUX - It was the persistent efforts of Intellihub founder and editor-in-chief Shepard Ambellas, Infowars founder Alex Jones, and a handful of other brave individuals who managed to gather outside the Bilderberg Group’s Chantilly, Virginia confab in 2012 in a protest which ultimately forced the once ultrasecret group and its members out of the shadows and into the light.

Here is a clip of radio talk show host Alex Jones on the scene in Chantilly talking live on air about how the Drudge Report linked “The Intel Hub” reporting which at the time was unprecedented.

“…a lot of great things are happening and our time is coming because people are counting the costs realizing that the globalists are dangerous,” Jones explained during a live broadcast of The Alex Jones Show. The Drudge Report “brought down the digital Berlin Wall.”
Now in 2019 after the group’s emergence, we find that 24% of this year’s attendees are U.S.-based 16 of which are members of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

The New American reports:

Thirty-one are from the United States, including Jared Cohen (CEO of Jigsaw, an affiliate of Google that is dedicated to using its technology to “counter extremism”) and Mary Kay Henry, international president of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU). There’s Henry Kissinger, the former secretary of state under Presidents Nixon and Ford, and nonagenarian who just turned 96 on Monday. There’s Jared Kushner, senior advisor to President Trump. There’s David Petraeus, the retired Army general who served as director of the CIA under President Obama. There’s Eric Schmidt, former chairman of Google and now serving as a technical advisor to Alphabet, Google’s holding company. There’s Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation.

According to the CFR’s official website:

CFR is a leading foreign policy organization with a robust individual and corporate membership. Individual members include many of the most prominent leaders in international affairs who come together to engage in nonpartisan conversation on the most salient policy and governance issues of the day. The corporate membership program provides a unique forum for business leaders to interact with CFR members and other global influencers, noted thinkers, and experienced practitioners.


Private wall construction halted because New Mexico mayor says 18-foot wall must be 6 feet

A private company building a wall along the southern US border halted construction after the mayor of a New Mexico town claimed they were in violation of a city ordinance regulating wall height.

Javier Perea, the Democrat mayor of Sunland Park, ordered a cease-and-desist order against the We Build the Wall project claiming they failed to comply with an ordinance regulating the height of fences and had neglected to obtain the proper permits.

The project, which is about 80 percent complete, "closes a gap in fencing between the Rio Grande on the east and Mount Cristo Rey to the west," according to the Washington Times, and was privately funded with donations received through a GoFundMe crowdfund last year.

In a statement to KVIA Perea claimed the city only learned about the project last week and that officials had been turned away when they tried to visit the construction site.


"There was no survey submitted, no site plan and some contradictory information submitted to the City of Sunland Park," Perea said, adding that "My understanding is City ordinance only allows a wall up to six feet tall so, at this point, it is not within City ordinance."

"At this point, it will be turned over to the courts," Mayor Perea said.

In a statement to the Washington Times, general counsel for the wall project Kris Kobach said they were told the person in charge of receiving city fees was out on vacation but that work could begin on the project so long as they later paid the fee.

"We were told go ahead and we could pay for the permit when he gets back from vacation," Kobach said.

Meanwhile, We Build the Wall President, Air Force Veteran, triple amputee and Purple Heart recipient Brian Kolfage, called out Sunland Park City officials as liars and accused them of working for Mexican cartels.



"What cartel paid off the Sunland Park City officials to lie and shut down our wall project?" Kolfage blasted out on Twitter, while saying city officials had indeed given the green light.

Sunland Park’s mayor was forced to respond to the corruption charges saying those days are long behind the city.

"Yes, there was corruption in the past in the city of Sunland Park, but we maintain clean audits with the city of Sunland Park," Perea said. "That image is a whole lot different than it was, six or seven years ago."

Kolfage also promised to school the city’s mayor on its own laws and on Wednesday announced a rally to take place at the wall in Sunland Park.

He says the company had anticipated this and they were ready to expose the well-documented ties between the city and Mexican drug cartels.

Construction was halted, Kolfage says, before they were able to pave a road alongside the wall intended for Border Patrol agents.

In a related post, Kolfage noted the wall was already working after "A group came down to cross and saw the wall, immediately turned around and went back up mountain!"



John Cleese: London is not an English city anymore

Monty Python icon John Cleese has stoked controversy by reiterating his belief that London is no longer an English city due to mass immigration.

In a tweet to his 5.6 million followers, Cleese said, "Some years ago I opined that London was not really an English city any more. Since then, virtually all my friends from abroad have confirmed my observation So there must be some truth in it."

"I note also that London was the UK city that voted most strongly to remain in the EU," he added.

Cleese first made similar statements back in 2011 when he opined that London was handed the Olympic Games because of mass immigration.

"I’m not sure what’s going on in Britain. Or, let me say this – I don’t know what’s going on in London, because London is no longer an English city," said Cleese.

The actor said that London was the most cosmopolitan city on earth but that it "doesn’t feel English".

"I had a Californian friend come over two months ago, walk down the King’s Road and say, "Where are all the English people?"

"I mean, I love having different cultures around. But when the parent culture kind of dissipates, you’re left thinking, "Well, what’s going on?"‘ said Cleese.

The Monty Python star’s comments are just a reflection of reality. In London, white British people are a minority and have been for some years.

Over 41% of London’s population is foreign born. London also has the second highest foreign-born population of any city in the world.


Wednesday, May 29, 2019

These ‘Big Four’ Companies Control the World, Yet You’ve Probably Never Heard of Them

Some people have started realizing that there are large financial groups that dominate the world. Forget the political intrigues, conflicts, revolutions and wars. It is not pure chance. Everything has been planned for a long time.

Some call it "conspiracy theories" or New World Order. Anyway, the key to understanding the current political and economic events is a restricted core of families who have accumulated more wealth and power.

We are speaking of 6, 8 or maybe 12 families who truly dominate the world. Know that it is a mystery difficult to unravel.

We will not be far from the truth by citing Goldman Sachs, Rockefellers, Loebs Kuh and Lehmans in New York, the Rothschilds of Paris and London, the Warburgs of Hamburg, Paris and Lazards Israel Moses Seifs Rome.

Complete List of BANKS Owned or Controlled by the Rothschild Family

Many people have heard of the Bilderberg Group, Illuminati or the Trilateral Commission. But what are the names of the families who run the world and have control of states and international organizations like the UN, NATO or the IMF?

To try to answer this question, we can start with the easiest: inventory, the world’s largest banks, and see who the shareholders are and who make the decisions.

The world’s largest companies are now: Bank of America, JP Morgan, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.Let us now review who their shareholders are.

Bank of America:

State Street Corporation, Vanguard Group, BlackRock, FMR (Fidelity), Paulson, JP Morgan, T. Rowe, Capital World Investors, AXA, Bank of NY, Mellon.

JP Morgan:

State Street Corp., Vanguard Group, FMR, BlackRock, T. Rowe, AXA, Capital World Investor, Capital Research Global Investor, Northern Trust Corp. and Bank of Mellon.


State Street Corporation, Vanguard Group, BlackRock, Paulson, FMR, Capital World Investor, JP Morgan, Northern Trust Corporation, Fairhome Capital Mgmt and Bank of NY Mellon.

Wells Fargo:

Berkshire Hathaway, FMR, State Street, Vanguard Group, Capital World Investors, BlackRock, Wellington Mgmt, AXA, T. Rowe and Davis Selected Advisers.

We can see that now there appears to be a nucleus present in all banks: State Street Corporation, Vanguard Group, BlackRock and FMR (Fidelity). To avoid repeating them, we will now call them the "big four."

Goldman Sachs:

"The big four," Wellington, Capital World Investors, AXA, Massachusetts Financial Service and T. Rowe.

Morgan Stanley:

"The big four," Mitsubishi UFJ, Franklin Resources, AXA, T. Rowe, Bank of NY Mellon e Jennison Associates. Rowe, Bank of NY Mellon and Jennison Associates.

We can just about always verify the names of major shareholders. To go further, we can now try to find out the shareholders of these companies and shareholders of major banks worldwide.

Bank of NY Mellon:

Davis Selected, Massachusetts Financial Services, Capital Research Global Investor, Dodge, Cox, Southeatern Asset Mgmt. and … "The big four."

State Street Corporation (one of the "big four"):

Massachusetts Financial Services, Capital Research Global Investor, Barrow Hanley, GE, Putnam Investment and … The "big four" (shareholders themselves!).

BlackRock (another of the "big four"):

PNC, Barclays e CIC.

Who is behind the PNC? FMR (Fidelity), BlackRock, State Street, etc.

And behind Barclays? BlackRock.

And we could go on for hours, passing by tax havens in the Cayman Islands, Monaco or the legal domicile of Shell companies in Liechtenstein. A network where companies are always the same, but never a name of a family.

In short: the eight largest U.S. financial companies (JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, U.S. Bancorp, Bank of New York Mellon and Morgan Stanley) are 100% controlled by ten shareholders and we have four companies always present in all decisions: BlackRock, State Street, Vanguard and Fidelity.

In addition, the Federal Reserve is comprised of 12 banks, represented by a board of seven people, which comprises representatives of the "big four," which in turn are present in all other entities.

In short, the Federal Reserve is controlled by four large private companies: BlackRock, State Street, Vanguard and Fidelity. These companies control U.S. monetary policy (and world) without any control or "democratic" choice.

These companies launched and participated in the current worldwide economic crisis and managed to become even more enriched.

To finish, a look at some of the companies controlled by this "big four" group

Alcoa Inc.

Altria Group Inc.

American International Group Inc.

AT&T Inc.

Boeing Co.

Caterpillar Inc.

Coca-Cola Co.

DuPont & Co.

Exxon Mobil Corp.

General Electric Co.

General Motors Corporation

Hewlett-Packard Co.

Home Depot Inc.

Honeywell International Inc.

Intel Corp.

International Business Machines Corp

Johnson & Johnson

JP Morgan Chase & Co.

McDonald’s Corp.

Merck & Co. Inc.

Microsoft Corp.

3M Co.

Pfizer Inc.

Procter & Gamble Co.

United Technologies Corp.

Verizon Communications Inc.

Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

Time Warner

Walt Disney


Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation.,

CBS Corporation

NBC Universal

The same "big four" control the vast majority of European companies counted on the stock exchange.

In addition, all these people run the large financial institutions, such as the IMF, the European Central Bank or the World Bank, and were "trained" and remain "employees" of the "big four" that formed them.

The names of the families that control the "big four", never appear.


Americans’ life savings disappear from Mexican Monex bank

Monex Casa del Bolsa, aka Holding Monex, is a Mexican financial institution founded in 1985 which is one of the world’s largest providers of commercial foreign exchange.

On its website, Monex says it engages in both corporate and private banking, and boasts that it is "an institution formed by leading companies in financial and payment businesses, that provide services and specialized products in the national and international market in an innovative manner and with the highest ethical and quality standards."

With $5.2 billion in assets and operations in the U.S., Monex Casa del Bolsaalso provides banking services to foreigners visiting or doing business in Mexico, as well as many American expatriots living in Mexico. Mostly retirees, they have to navigate a society with fewer legal and financial protections than they’d get in the U.S.

Those Americans, however, recently discovered that the money in their Monex bank accounts has disappeared.

David Welch reports for Bloomberg, May 24, 2019, that "Americans say money they had at Monex is gone and the bank isn’t helping them."

Among those Americans are Kathy and Jim Machir, two of some 10,000 Americans who’d moved to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

Last December, the Machirs called Marcela Zavala Taylor, their Monex banker of 9 years, to get cash for contractors building their retirement home in San Miguel de Allende, San Miguel, a city of 69,000 about 500 miles south of McAllen, Texas. But Zavala didn’t return calls, and the Machirs discovered that their nest egg was gone. Kathy Machir says: "When they told us we had 6 pesos [32¢] in our accounts, I just felt sick to my stomach. Since then, they have not dealt with us in good faith."

Zavala is local royalty: daughter of former Mayor Manuel Zavala and his Texas-born wife, Peggy Taylor, an agent for Christie’s International Real Estate. Zavala has worked for Monex about 20 years, and became San Miguel’s banker of choice by winning over expats with promises of fat returns on accounts she claimed were dollar-denominated and immune to the peso’s fluctuations.

In early January, Monex officials told the Machirs and other San Miguel expatriates that about $40 million was missing from as many as 158 accounts, many belonging to English-speaking Americans.

A dozen people interviewed by Bloomberg News say that bank statementsZavala sent them purporting to show full accounts were apparently falsified. Most say the bank has told them little since they filed complaints, and some say Monex tried to settle for far less than the balances owed.

Kevin Carr, founder of financial technology firm Finiden in Washington, D.C., and formerly the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s primary representative in Mexico, says fraud is becoming more common. According to Condusef, Mexico’s consumer protection agency, last year there were 7.3 million complaints of fraud involving 18.9 billion pesos, about $1 billion — more than double the number of claims in 2014. Carr says "Mexican authorities try to prosecute these cases but often aren’t successful."

Monex spokeswoman Eva Gutierrez said in a press release last Thursday that the bank is working with clients and has settled with 70%. Some clients interviewed by Bloomberg News who settled for reimbursement say Monex required them to file charges with the Procuraduria General de Justicia, the equivalent of an Attorney General’s Office, in Mexico City, where the bank is headquartered, and to name Zavala.

Monex said in a statement that it’s looking into accusations against Zavala: "Legal action is continuing in the case, and details cannot be disclosed so as not to hinder the investigation." But Zavala hasn’t been charged, and declined to comment: "By instruction of my lawyers I cannot say anything. Goodbye." Zavala’s mother claims her daughter is taking the fall.

Other Americans and foreigners whose Monex bank accounts were emptied include:

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•Kenneth Karger, a retired dentist in Fort Worth with property in Mexico, says he stopped getting full statements from Monex after last June. Later, Karger went through statements he retrieved from Monex and found unauthorized withdrawals and wire transfers. In all, Monex owes him about $400,000. A notarized letter that Karger’s attorney sent to top Monex executives on April 15 lists 12 allegations of fraud, including transferring money to people whom the depositors didn’t know, making unauthorized investments, and changing account login information.

•Howard Haynes, 83, moved to San Miguel 22 years ago from Kansas City, Mo. After Zavala stopped returning his calls in December, Monex told Haynes his account, which Zavala had said held a substantial sum, had less than $13,000. Haynes says almost all of his money were transferred — without his authorization — to people he didn’t know, to a new Monex account. Then the money disappeared. Monex says it owes him only the money currently in the account.

•Alysann Posner, a former vice president of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange who lives in San Miguel, says she had trouble getting timely statements from Monex since she opened her account four years ago. On Dec. 18 she tried to transfer her funds to another bank, but was told the account and that of her 86-year-old mother were reduced to almost nothing. Monex has offered her about 60% of what she believes she is owed and she’s suing Monex in Mexican courts.

•Cory Gray, 86, says she opened a Monex account six years ago and recently had a tough time getting regular statements. She last heard from Zavala on Dec. 18 and was later told by Monex that she has next to nothing in her account. Monex offered her 70¢ on the dollar. She took it, afraid that fighting Monex would leave her with nothing.

•Bruce Brown, a retired sound engineer from Australia, says he got his full $250,000 back after filing a complaint against Zavala with the Procuraduria General de Justicia. But after Brown got his check, a Monex representative called, said the bank had overpaid, and asked for $50,000. "I told them to shove it," Brown says.

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A TIME columnist fabricated a Trump quote. A bunch of idiot media people shared it. Here’s the full list.

A TIME columnist and New York University professor made up a wild quote Sunday morning, which painted President Donald J. Trump in a bad light. Many members of our esteemed media and political commentary apparatus immediately jumped to share the false quote – which quickly went viral – without verifying that it was real.

"President Trump in Tokyo: ‘Kim Jong Un is smarter and would make a better President than Sleepy Joe Biden,’" Ian Bremmer said on Twitter.

Only four hours later did Bremmer admit that the quote was a fake, after it had made its way around the internet. He pretended as if he was doing some sort of social experiment, saying the misinformation he intentionally spread was "objectively a completely ludicrous quote," and that people on Twitter are partisan and will believe whatever fits their worldview. (Gee, thanks for the insight, professor).

"That’s the point," he said.

Media figures attributing false quotes to Trump is pretty horrid, but worse were the reactions from other media people who were salivating at the opportunity to cast Trump in a negative light.

Here’s a list of the culprits, compiled by Nick Monroe:

Fernand R. Amandi, a political commentator and professor.

"If you still support Trump, it means you also hate the United States," he said at the risk of painting with a broad brush.

David Lazarus is a columnist for the Los Angeles Times and KTLA, as well as a radio show host.

"Every time you think he can’t stoop lower," Lazarus said, proving that he’s definitely not a partisan hack.

Jessica Ellis seems to be some kind of producer. I’m not really sure what she does, but Twitter has deemed her enough of a public figure to give her a blue check mark.

"At this point I’m not even mad at him for being a raging fuckhead monster. My fury is reserved for every weak, amoral, pudding-willed Republican continuing to do nothing," she said, adding in a separate Tweet "There’s a reason we charge accomplices and accessories to crimes."

Quartz technology editor Mike Murphy got in on the fun, accusing Trump of "treason," because nobody knows that word means anymore.

Bill Prady is the executive produce of Hollywood sitcom "The Big Bang Theory," who appears to have spent a good amount of time researching what the United Nations had to say about North Korea. In other news, Hollywood’s opinions continue to be useless.

Confirming the level of intelligence of our intelligence services, former CIA spook Emily Brandwin took a crack at Trump.

Jeremy Pond, a self-described "PR Maven" called for Trump’s impeachment.

Virginia Senate candidate, attorney, and social justice dork Qasim Rashid joined the party.

Wall Street Journal writer Farnaz Fassihi jumped in, too.

Digital media attorney and unremarkable blue check-haver Antone Johnson said the Republican party is broken – and then that he had "no words."

No outrage cycle would be complete without RussiaGate conspiracy theorist and CNN contributor Ana Navarro giving her hysterical take.


Kevin Shipp – Blackmail Spying by Obama and Clinton, Trump vs Deep State in Historic Battle

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The Trump/Russia collusion hoax is really just a case of extreme spying from the Deep State according to former CIA Officer Kevin Shipp. This was done to get blackmail information against political opponents. It goes back to 2012 and was under the direction of President Obama. Shipp explains, “This was NSA domestic surveillance, and it’s been going on since before 9/11. It increased after 9/11.  What they did, Comey and others like Brennan, they went in and requested information existing already on NSA super computers and used that information to spy on the Trump Campaign. . . . They did spy on Donald Trump, and it was extensive. It was criminal and was existing systems the NSA already had in place. . . . This leads all the way to Barack Obama and, of course, Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton being the blackmailer extraordinaire and Barack Obama. . . . They were using this power to intimidate others and probably to blackmail others . . . that’s exactly what they were doing. . . . They were all engaging in flagrant criminal activity. They all thought the global princess was going to get elected, and all of a sudden—boom. The unthinkable happened for them. Donald Trump was elected, and they freaked out.”

Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with former CIA Officer and whistleblower Kevin Shipp.


President Trump’s Senior Advisor Jared Kushner set to attend Bilderberg 2019

The 67th annual Bilderberg meeting will be held in Montreux, Switzerland from 30 May through 2 June where about 130 figureheads from industry, academe, finance, labor, and media will clock in and go to work on what they consider the most important topics of 2019 which according to the group’s official website will include:

1. A Stable Strategic Order

2. What Next for Europe?

3. Climate Change and Sustainability

4. China

5. Russia

6. The Future of Capitalism

7. Brexit

8. The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

9. The Weaponisation of Social Media

10. The Importance of Space

11. Cyber Threats

"A stable strategic order… the ethics of artificial intelligence… the weaponization of social media," all intriguing topics of discussion but who will be discussing these topics?

Senior Advisor to the President, The White House, Jared Kushner will be in attendance in violation of the U.S. Logan Act in what can only be considered a bold and blatant move which undermines the good people of America.

Is Jared Kushner attending Bilderberg 2019 as a friend or foe to the American people? A spy or an agent?



Castries, Henri de (FRA), Chairman, Steering Committee; Chairman, Institut Montaigne

Kravis, Marie-Josée (USA), President, American Friends of Bilderberg Inc.; Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Halberstadt, Victor (NLD), Chairman Foundation Bilderberg Meetings; Professor of Economics, Leiden University

Achleitner, Paul M. (DEU), Treasurer Foundation Bilderberg Meetings; Chairman Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank AG


Abrams, Stacey (USA), Founder and Chair, Fair Fight

Adonis, Andrew (GBR), Member, House of Lords

Albers, Isabel (BEL), Editorial Director, De Tijd / L’Echo

Altman, Roger C. (USA), Founder and Senior Chairman, Evercore

Arbour, Louise (CAN), Senior Counsel, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Arrimadas, Inés (ESP), Party Leader, Ciudadanos

Azoulay, Audrey (INT), Director-General, UNESCO

Baker, James H. (USA), Director, Office of Net Assessment, Office of the Secretary of Defense

Balta, Evren (TUR), Associate Professor of Political Science, Özyegin University

Barbizet, Patricia (FRA), Chairwoman and CEO, Temaris & Associés

Barbot, Estela (PRT), Member of the Board and Audit Committee, REN (Redes Energéticas Nacionais)

Barroso, José Manuel (PRT), Chairman, Goldman Sachs International; Former President, European Commission

Barton, Dominic (CAN), Senior Partner and former Global Managing Partner, McKinsey & Company

Beaune, Clément (FRA), Adviser Europe and G20, Office of the President of the Republic of France

Boos, Hans-Christian (DEU), CEO and Founder, Arago GmbH

Bostrom, Nick (UK), Director, Future of Humanity Institute, Oxford University

Botín, Ana P. (ESP), Group Executive Chair, Banco Santander

Brandtzæg, Svein Richard (NOR), Chairman, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Brende, Børge (NOR), President, World Economic Forum

Buberl, Thomas (FRA), CEO, AXA

Buitenweg, Kathalijne (NLD), MP, Green Party

Caine, Patrice (FRA), Chairman and CEO, Thales Group

Carney, Mark J. (GBR), Governor, Bank of England

Casado, Pablo (ESP), President, Partido Popular

Ceviköz, Ahmet Ünal (TUR), MP, Republican People’s Party (CHP)

Champagne, François Philippe (CAN), Minister of Infrastructure and Communities

Cohen, Jared (USA), Founder and CEO, Jigsaw, Alphabet Inc.

Croiset van Uchelen, Arnold (NLD), Partner, Allen & Overy LLP

Daniels, Matthew (USA), New space and technology projects, Office of the Secretary of Defense

Davignon, Etienne (BEL), Minister of State

Demiralp, Selva (TUR), Professor of Economics, Koç University

Donohoe, Paschal (IRL), Minister for Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform

Döpfner, Mathias (DEU), Chairman and CEO, Axel Springer SE

Ellis, James O. (USA), Chairman, Users’ Advisory Group, National Space Council

Feltri, Stefano (ITA), Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Il Fatto Quotidiano

Ferguson, Niall (USA), Milbank Family Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University

Findsen, Lars (DNK), Director, Danish Defence Intelligence Service

Fleming, Jeremy (GBR), Director, British Government Communications Headquarters

Garton Ash, Timothy (GBR), Professor of European Studies, Oxford University

Gnodde, Richard J. (IRL), CEO, Goldman Sachs International

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Trump WH nominates ‘anti-gunner’ Chuck Canterbury Jr as next ATF director

National Association for Gun Rights president Dudley Brown warned Friday that the White House’s pick to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is an "anti-gunner."

From the National Association For Gun Rights

Late on Friday afternoon the White House released an official statement that Chuck Canterbury, Jr. was nominated to become the next ATF Director.

Unfortunately, Canterbury has a long history of publicly supporting and endorsing anti-gun policies, anti-gun Supreme Court nominees, and anti-gun high ranking government officials.

In his official capacity as President of the National Fraternal Order of Police, Canterbury has:


*** Supported radical anti-gun Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

*** Supported former Attorney General Eric Holder — Obama’s head honcho who ran the deadly Fast and Furious gun running program.

*** Supported expanding the federal government’s gun registration schemes.

Even more troubling, Canterbury’s FOP is currently lobbying AGAINST Constitutional Carry, even though the vast majority of law enforcement officers support the right to carry.

This is troubling news.

As Director of the ATF, Canterbury will have broad authority over firearms regulations in the United States and his record doesn’t bode well at all for law-abiding gun owners.

We need an ATF Director who wants to tear down gun control, not expand it.

So please stay tuned for more information after the holiday weekend is over.

Politico reported Friday Canterbury was picked because he supported Jared Kushner’s Democrat-backed criminal justice reform:

Chuck Canterbury, president of the National Fraternal Order of Police, has been under consideration for several months after the group supported a White House-backed sentencing reform bill. Canterbury’s support for the bill — the First Step Act — caught its opponents off guard, as the police organization had opposed it in the past.

Though the legislation gained support from both sides of the aisle in Congress, police groups initially viewed it as too permissive and lenient on criminals. The organization eventually backed the measure — which was largely driven by Jared Kushner — and it passed overwhelmingly late last year.

I suspect this was another brilliant decision from President Kushner.


Tuesday, May 28, 2019

American Soil Is Being Globalized: Nearly 30 Million Acres Of U.S. Farmland Is Now Owned By Foreigners

All across America, U.S. farmland is being gobbled up by foreign interests. So when we refer to "the heartland of America", the truth is that vast stretches of that "heartland" is now owned by foreigners, and most Americans have no idea that this is happening. These days, a lot of people are warning about the "globalization" of the world economy, but in reality our own soil is rapidly being "globalized". When farms are locally owned, the revenue that those farms take in tends to stay in local communities. But with foreign-owned farms there is no guarantee that will happen. And while there is plenty of food to go around this is not a major concern, but what happens when a food crisis erupts and these foreign-owned farms just keep sending their produce out of the country? There are some very serious national security concerns here, and they really aren’t being addressed. Instead, the amount of farmland owned by foreigners just continues to increase with each passing year.

Prior to seeing the headline to this article, how much U.S. farmland would you have guessed that foreigners now own?

Personally, I had no idea that foreigners now own nearly 30 million acres. The following comes from NPR…

American soil.

Those are two words that are commonly used to stir up patriotic feelings. They are also words that can’t be be taken for granted, because today nearly 30 million acres of U.S. farmland are held by foreign investors. That number has doubled in the past two decades, which is raising alarm bells in farming communities.

How did we allow this to happen?

And actually laws regarding land ownership vary greatly from state to state. Some states have placed strict restrictions on foreign land ownership, while in other states it is "a free-for-all"…

"Texas is kind of a free-for-all, so they don’t have a limit on how much land can be owned," say’s Ohio Farm Bureau’s Ty Higgins, "You look at Iowa and they restrict it — no land in Iowa is owned by a foreign entity."

Ohio, like Texas, also has no restrictions, and nearly half a million acres of prime farmland are held by foreign-owned entities. In the northwestern corner of the state, below Toledo, companies from the Netherlands alone have purchased 64,000 acres for wind farms.

But even in states where there are restrictions, foreign entities can get around that by simply buying large corporations that own land.

For example, when the Chinese purchased Smithfield Foods in 2013 they instantly gained control over 146,000 acres of prime farmland. The following comes from Wikipedia…

Smithfield Foods, Inc., is a meat-processing company based in Smithfield, Virginia, in the United States, and a wholly owned subsidiary of WH Group of China. Founded in 1936 as the Smithfield Packing Company by Joseph W. Luter and his son, the company is the largest pig and pork producer in the world.[4] In addition to owning over 500 farms in the US, Smithfield contracts with another 2,000 independent farms around the country to grow Smithfield’s pigs.[5] Outside the US, the company has facilities in Mexico, Poland, Romania, Germany, and the United Kingdom.[6]Globally the company employed 50,200 in 2016 and reported an annual revenue of $14 billion.[2] Its 973,000-square-foot meat-processing plant in Tar Heel, North Carolina, was said in 2000 to be the world’s largest, processing 32,000 pigs a day.[7]

Then known as Shuanghui Group, WH Group purchased Smithfield Foods in 2013 for $4.72 billion, more than its market value.[8][9] It was the largest Chinese acquisition of an American company to date.[10] The acquisition of Smithfield’s 146,000 acres of land made WH Group, headquartered in Luohe, Henanprovince, one of the largest overseas owners of American farmland.[a]

Of course this hasn’t happened by accident.

The communist Chinese government has actually made the purchase of foreign agricultural assets a top national priority in recent years, and this has been reflected in a series of key documents…

The strategy is reflected in encouragements to invest abroad by various documents and articles issued by Chinese leaders. For example, a series of annual "Number one documents" from China’s communist party authorities stating rural policy have contained increasingly specific strategies for investment. A general exhortation to invest in agriculture overseas, issued in 2007, was followed by an initial surge in overseas farming ventures. In 2010, authorities called for supportive policies to encourage investment abroad.

The 2014 document included a more specific mandate to create large grain-trading conglomerates, designed to give Chinese companies greater control over oilseed and grain imports. That was the same year COFCO acquired Nidera and Noble Agri, making COFCO one of the largest trading companies in the world based on value of assets. The 2015 document specifically called for policies to support facilities, equipment, and inputs for agricultural production in foreign countries. The 2017 document broadened the encouragement to include all types of agricultural conglomerates. The 2018 document repeated the general endorsement of overseas investment and instructions to create multinational grain-trading and agricultural conglomerates.

In the end, how much Chinese ownership of our farmland would we be comfortable with?

If they owned 20 percent of our farmland, would we be okay with that?

Well, what if that figure surged to 30 or 40 percent?

Would that still be okay?

We need to start asking these sorts of questions, because foreigners are buying up more of our farmland with each passing day, and this is a very real national security threat.

And after this absolutely disastrous year, thousands more U.S. farmers will be forced out of business and it is anticipated that more U.S. farmland will be up for sale than ever before.

I extensively discussed the problems that farmers in the middle of the country are currently having yesterday, and today I would like to share with you a portion of an email that a friend in Missouri just sent me…

I work for a farmer in West-Central Missouri who raises corn, soybeans, and cattle and to say it’s been a challenging Spring would be the understatement of the year!!! We managed to get some corn planted in April but it started to rain and rain and rain and we still have more corn to plant. My boss doesn’t like to plant corn after May 15 and here it is May 27 and we still are not done planting corn. With each late day that passes by the yield goes down so what do you do??? Do we start planting soybeans if or when it dries up even though the price of soybeans is at a record low or do we plant corn that has risen in price but will have a reduced yield??? From April 28 through today (May 27) we have had 10 inches of rain. One day we had 4.5 inches with roads and basements flooded. Last week we had rain 4 out of those 7 days!!! It’s raining again today as I write this!!! We need warm, sunshine, dry, windy days and we get mostly cool, cloudy, rainy days. Next Thursdays low is supposed to be 57!!! If the weather pattern doesn’t change I don’t see how we can ever get the soybeans planted and we have 1,300 acres to plant. There are large farmers in my area that don’t have anything planted.

This truly is a "perfect storm" for U.S. farmers, and many believe that what we have witnessed so far is just the beginning.

Farm bankruptcies are already at the highest level that we have seen since the last recession, and do we really want foreigners gobbling up even more of our farmland from farmers that are incredibly desperate to sell?

Our founders never intended for America to be for sale to the highest bidder, and hopefully more states will start passing laws that will make sure that U.S. farms stay in the hands of U.S. farmers.


A Random Encounter In A Diner On Memorial Day Shows Exactly Where America Is Heading…

In this article I am going to share with you a perfect example of why so many people believe that there is so little hope for the future of America. The young adults of today are going to be the leaders of tomorrow, and generally speaking the young adults of today are not in good shape. Survey after survey has shown that Millennials reject traditional American values more than any other generation that has come before them by a very wide margin. They are selfish, rude, arrogant, boastful, proud, disrespectful, ungrateful, undisciplined, slothful and completely obsessed with themselves. In fact, one study found that they are the most narcissistic generation in American history. They feel entitled to everything, but they don’t want to work for it. They want to be treated like kings and queens, but they don’t see a problem with treating others like dirt. Of course there are plenty of young adults that are shining exceptions, but in general young adults under the age of 30 in America today are a complete mess.

Earlier today, I came across a story that illustrates this perfectly. Michael Boldea took his family to a local eating establishment to celebrate Memorial Day on Monday, and he encountered a young couple that could be the poster children for the entire Millennial generation. The following is an extended excerpt from the Facebook post where Michael Boldea told this story…

Neither of them could have been more than thirty, but both were well into adulthood. She was wearing pajamas and carrying a pillow, he had on a pair of shorts that had seen better days, and a shirt he must have been wearing for about a week given all the food stains down the front of it.

They were seated at a booth next to ours, and the first of many complaints was that the booth was too tight. I’m a hefty fellow, and I was seated in an identical booth with room to spare. For a good three minutes, the pajama laden woman who also happened to be a good hundred pounds over the threshold of obesity berated the waitress for the booth being snug, while the waitress apologetically explained that she hadn’t built the booth, but would pass it along to management.

This was only the first volley of what would be a good thirty minutes of macabre drama from which I couldn’t look away. A drama replete with demands for a free meal, asking for another omelet even though over three-quarters of the omelet that was deemed inedible had already been eaten, and a request for the manager to complain about the rudeness of the waitress.

I was there. I heard every word, and the waitress had not been rude. Had it been me, they would have been asked to leave five minutes in, but I have a low threshold for entitlement and rudeness.

They finished their meal, left without tipping, and made sure they were loud enough in their adamant insistence that they would never return to this dump as they walked out.

I’d never seen anything like this in my life, but upon talking to the waitress afterward, apparently, it’s happening more and more in recent years.

Even if they are not running things themselves in the future, these are the people that will be choosing who runs our country.

Either way, we are in big, big trouble.

Once again I should note that there are definitely exceptions to what I am talking about. I personally know some wonderful young adults, but the problem is that there is not nearly enough of them.

Most of our young adults are the product of a deeply flawed education system, have had thousands of hours of "garbage entertainment" poured into the minds, and have been systematically trained to reject the values that this country was founded upon.

As a result, the future of our nation is looking exceedingly bleak at this point.

Let me give you another example. Not too long ago, a 27-year-old woman literally tried to drown her newborn baby in a McDonald’s toilet…

A California woman who tried to drown her newborn in a McDonald’s toilet received no jail time during sentencing this month.

Sarah Jane Lockner, 27, escaped jail time and was, instead, sentenced to four years of supervised probation on May 3 in the courtroom of San Mateo County Superior Court Judge Stephanie Garratt. Lockner will also be required to attend parenting classes, according to Fox 13.

Lockner was arrested in January on a charge of attempted murder but later pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of child endangerment.

What kind of legal system gives a woman that tried to drown her newborn baby in a toilet no jail time at all?

Of course this is California we are talking about, and without a doubt the legal system in the state is absolutely insane.

But the truth is that we are seeing legal rulings like this all over the country, and it is because our nation is in a greatly advanced state of decline.

When I went to law school a couple decades ago, I sat next to people that were just like the couple that Michael Boldea encountered in the diner. I was horrified that law students would show up to class in shorts and flip-flops like they were ready for a day at the beach. But that is where our entire society is heading these days. At this point, most Americans don’t show much respect for anyone or anything.

And a great place to see everything that I have talked about in this article in action is on social media. For some reason, social media seems to bring out the best in people, but it also brings out the worst in people. If you spend much time on social media, you know exactly what I am talking about.

Perhaps the reason why social media platforms such as Facebook are such a problem is because they are so addictive. In a recent editorial, U.S. Senator Josh Hawley referred to Facebook as "a digital drug"…

Let’s be clear. This is a digital drug. And the addiction is the point. Addiction is what Mark Zuckerberg is selling.

Like other drugs, this one hurts its users. Attention spans dull. Tempers quicken. Relationships fray.

And those are the benign effects. The Journal of Pediatrics recently noted a surge in attempted suicide: more than double the attempts over the last decade for those under 19, with a tripling among girls and young women 10 to 24. The study’s authors can’t prove social media is to blame, but they strongly suspect it plays a critical role. Congress has a duty to investigate that potential link further.

Look, I know that I have been very rough on Millennials in this article, but let me end on a hopeful note.

Millennials could still become the greatest generation that we have ever seen in all of American history, but they will never get there if they stay on the path that they are currently on.

In the end, life is all about choices, and as a nation we have been making the wrong choices for a very long time. The young adults of today could choose to be the generation that starts making better choices, and let us hope that a great awakening is just around the corner.


5 Million Without Power After Catastrophic Tornadoes Devastate Towns in Ohio and Indiana (PHOTOS)

A line of tornadoes crossed Indiana and Ohio last night, so close together that one crossed through the path of another. This morning, 5 million are without power. Towns outside of Dayton, Ohio were the hardest hit. The damage is nothing short of catastrophic.

The AP reports:

The National Weather Service tweeted Monday night that a "large and dangerous tornado" hit near Trotwood, Ohio, 8 miles (12 kilometers) northwest of Dayton. Several apartment buildings were damaged or destroyed.

Just before midnight, not 40 minutes after that tornado cut through, the weather service tweeted that another one was traversing its path, churning up debris densely enough to be seen on radar…

…In Indiana, at least 75 homes were damaged in Pendleton and the nearby community of Huntsville, said Madison County Emergency Management spokesman Todd Harmeson. No serious injuries were reported in the area or other parts of the state.

Madison County authorities said roads in Pendleton, about 35 miles (56 kilometers) northeast of Indianapolis, are blocked with trees, downed power lines and utility poles. (source)

Many of the places where people took shelter were hit hard by the tornadoes and officials are going door to door looking for people who may be trapped in the rubble. (Here’s how to survive a tornado if you’re at home, in your car, or out and about.)

Recovery efforts have already begun.

Utilities are out for the immediate future.

At least 5 million people are without power during the current heat wave and Dayton Power and Light said residents should expect a "multi-day restoration effort." And because the power is out to the water plants and pumping stations, Dayton residents are urged to conserve water. (Here’s how to survive a hot-weather power outage.)

The Ohio Department of Transportation has dispatched snowplows to help remove rubble from Highway 75 and city streets according to spokesperson Matt Bruning.

Trying to clear the debris in the middle of the night is a difficult task, complicated by darkness and downed power lines, Bruning said.

"We’ll do a more thorough cleaning after we get lanes opened," he told The Associated Press by text early Tuesday, noting that tow trucks would have to haul off damaged vehicles along the roadway, too. (source)

The damage

Here are some photos people took of the swath of destruction.

This massive tornado touched down in Dayton, Ohio (via Daily Mail)

Widespread damage from the outskirts of Dayton (via Daily Mail)

What appears to be a vehicle on Highway 75 (via Daily Mail)

The side of this apartment building was ripped off (via Daily Mail)

Currently, there are no reports of fatalities. The National Guard has been deployed and first responders are searching the rubble for survivors. In Beavercreek, just outside of Dayton, there are mandatory evacuation orders. 911 has been overwhelmed with calls for help.

No number has been released yet of people injured in the tornadoes. Homes, apartment complexes, businesses, and schools have been completely destroyed. (Here’s what it’s like after your home is hit by a tornado.)

Tenley Taghi was in tears as she filmed what was left of her family’s home. Taghi, who said there were no sirens before the tornado hit, told WDTN that a light pole fell through her home and injured her father, who was pulled out by firefighters. Taghi was in disbelief seeing what had happened to her home, saying repeatedly in her video, "Our house is gone. Oh my God."

"I saw the clouds spin backwards, and the trees began to sway uncontrollably, and we took shelter," she told WDTN. "I was standing on the porch that is no longer standing. We took shelter right as the storm hit." (source)

People were in fear for their lives when the tornadoes hit.

Nathan Mann of Trotwood told WDTN that he took cover once he heard the sirens in his area, proceeding to his basement. He compared the scene Monday night to something "out of a movie." He said he pretty much tied himself to a pole "and hoped to God that nothing would hurt me." He texted his wife, thinking that he was going to die.

"It felt like someone picked my house up and set it back down," he said. "When it was over, I couldn’t believe what I saw." (source)

Locals are comparing the aftermath to a "war zone."

Have you ever been in a place that suffered this kind of catastrophic damage?

This devastating event will chalk up millions of dollars in insurance claims. Have you ever been somewhere that suffered damage like this from a natural disaster? Please share your stories in the comments.



Monday, May 27, 2019

Deep state desperation: A false flag is their last remaining option to save themselves from being exposed and destroyed

Just four days ago, President Trump ordered the declassification of "bucket five" documents which will show how Obama’s FBI and DOJ actively conspired to commit treason against the Trump administration through illegal spying, FISA court fraud, planting spies and more.

This is the beginning of the end for the treasonous, criminal deep state under which America has suffered for far too long, spanning multiple presidential administrations including Obama, Bush and Clinton.

Now, the deep state finds itself at "maximum desperation," and it is going to trigger every last-ditch tactic it still has remaining in order to try to save itself.

This means we are now facing the greatest threat of internal sabotage that America has ever faced in its history, and some of the acts the deep state may be able and willing to carry out to cause maximum chaos include:

•An attempted assassination of President Trump.

•A nuclear "dirty bomb" detonation in a major U.S. city.

•The release of a chemical or biological weapon on U.S. soil.

•The detonation of an EMP weapon to bring down a regional power grid.

•Cyber attacks on the U.S. power grid to cause mass chaos.

•Invoking international war with Russia, Iran or North Korea (i.e. literally starting World War III).

•Massive false flag shootings, bombings or 9/11-scale attacks on innocent Americans to cause violence and chaos that will be blamed on Trump.

Also, as you know, I continue to believe the No. 1 false flag scenario being plotted by the deep state is a massive, coordinated false flag shooting that targets the offices of a tech giant such as Facebook or Twitter. The purpose of this event would be to blame gun owners, conservatives and Trump supporters while justifying the censorship of all conservatives. Importantly, such an event would be engineered by the corrupt FBI and deep state traitors meet the following conditions:

1) Be caught on camera so that footage can be played on national TV and cable news.

2) Involve an enormous amount of blood, gore and suffering so that the emotional impact can be seared into the minds of the American public.

3) Blamed on a Trump supporter, an InfoWars viewer, a gun owner, NRA member, military veteran, etc., who has a van emblazoned with pro-Trump stickers. Oh wait, they already did that… remember Cesar Sayoc? (And now we never heard about Sayoc, do we? The entire thing was staged for CNN.)



BLOOMBERG (opinion): “The New Right Is Beating the New Left. Everywhere. From Australia to Europe, the signs are multiplying that conservative po

"The New Right Is Beating the New Left. Everywhere. From Australia to Europe, the signs are multiplying that conservative populism is on the rise."

Sometimes political revolutions occur right before our eyes without us quite realizing it. I think that’s what’s been happening over the last few weeks around the world, and the message is clear: The populist "New Right" isn’t going away anytime soon, and the rise of the "New Left" is exaggerated.

Candace Owens: "Global Mass Awakening is Happening" "Can’t be Stopped" – Largest Online Democrat Forum Agrees

Candace Owens

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EU election results as of right now:

Nigel Farage leading in England

Marine Le Pen leading in France

Salvini leading in Italy

A global mass awakening is happening and there is nothing that the global elites or their media henchmen can do to stop it.


Home health spies: AI systems like Amazon’s Alexa to become “virtual medical coaches” that spy on patients in their homes

The future is looking a whole lot less human and a whole lot more robotic, thanks to Big Tech’s proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI) spy devices like Amazon’s Alexa that are reportedly well on their way to replacing the entire medical profession.

Within the next 20 years, reports indicate, these in-home AI surveillance gadgets, which also include Apple’s Siri and Microsoft’s Cortana, are expected to successfully "learn" how to become "virtual medical coaches" – meaning patients will no longer have to visit flesh-and-blood doctors to manage chronic conditions like diabetes, depression, asthma, and high blood pressure.

According to a 100-page document written by Eric Topal, a geneticist from the United States, AI robots will eventually have the capacity to not only manage patient treatment protocols, but also make medical diagnoses in place of real-life medical professionals.

"Over the next 20 years, three changes will inevitably happen," Topal is quoted as saying.

"More and more people will have their genome sequenced; patients will generate and interpret much more of their own health data at home; and the speed, accuracy and scalability of medical data interpretation from artificial intelligence will grow exponentially," he adds.

What this all suggests is that medicine as it’s currently being practiced is rapidly becoming "obsolete," at least to "progress"-obsessed tech geeks, and will soon be replaced by soulless robots that will somehow "know" how to provide "care" for patients – at least the type of "care" that government programs them to provide, anyway.

"These developments will change patients lives, change how clinicians work and change how healthcare services are delivered," Topal claims. "This is happening now and the NHS (National Health Service) is ideally placed to take it further, faster and wider if we act to give our staff the skills and knowledge they need to make them the norm across the NHS."

Like some kind of dystopian sci-fi novel, the plan is to eventually have all patients wear sensors – implantable microchips, anyone? – that track and monitor them at all times, relaying their health status to the AI "mothership" in order to facilitate its "deep learning" ability.

When the system detects an abnormality, it can then "pre-empt hospitalization" without requiring an actual, living human being present to make that judgment call.

"[This] has the potential to achieve prevention for patients at high risk of a particular illness, or at the very least help a person self-manage a chronic condition," the report explains, adding that such a paradigm is possible through the merging of "genomics, sensors and artificial intelligence."

"Similarly, the integration and analysis of data from multiple sources, including vital-sign data, will underpin real-time monitoring of patients to pre-empt hospitalization," it further adds.

To get the ball rolling, Matt Hancock, the health secretary in the U.K. who commissioned the report, has publicly indicated that he wants every practicing doctor in the U.K. to begin offering "digital appointments" within the next five years.

By the year 2023, he wants online consultations to become the "standard," with appointments being held on Skype or Google Hangouts, as opposed to in actual doctors’ offices.

And as for how the always-listening microphones inside Alexa, Siri, and Cortana will play into all of this, the report suggests that these so-called "smart" speakers will be lending their ears, 24/7, to monitoring and detecting patient behavior in order to send alerts about anything that seems "off."

"The report also suggests that smart speakers are also a more versatile technology that can be used as ‘mental health triage bots,’ engaging in conversations while analyzing text and audio for suicidal ideas and emotions," reveals IT Pro.