The NSA’s Technotyranny: One Nation Under Surveillance

The former Stasi and Third Reich had nothing on the current Trans Global Tyranny of the U.S./UK and Western EU. Scumbag Nazis enslaving the populaces in Corporatist-Fascist systems of rule. Revolution is calling, but no one is listening…

John W. Whitehead, Constitutional Attorney

“The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control.”—William Binney, NSA whistleblower

We now have a fourth branch of government.

As I document in my new book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, this fourth branch came into being without any electoral mandate or constitutional referendum, and yet it possesses superpowers, above and beyond those of any other government agency save the military. It is all-knowing, all-seeing and all-powerful. It operates beyond the reach of the president, Congress and the courts, and it marches in lockstep with the corporate elite who really call the shots in Washington, DC.

You might know this branch of government as Surveillance, but I prefer “technotyranny,” a term coined by investigative journalist James Bamford to refer to an age of technological tyranny made possible by government secrets, government lies, government spies and their corporate ties.

Beware of…

View original post 2,121 more words

MOTOGP RIDERS COMMENTS ON JEREZ TESTS

As much as I LOVE cycling, this is the pinnacle of two-wheeled sports…sorry my push-bike friends…
There is NOTHING like twisting a throttle, tipping into a corner and dragging a knee. Your BEST corner on your favorite descent can’t even compare, trust me. I have done both and it’s no contest! lol

“Movistar Yamaha’s Valentino Rossi focused on his bike’s set-up during the Jerez test and posted his fastest time of the whole weekend.”

BikeGP

Movistar Yamaha’s Valentino Rossi focused on his bike’s set-up during the Jerez test and posted his fastest time of the whole weekend.

Rossi also made progress as he focused on improving his setting compared to yesterday. Though he was satisfied with his third place in the race, the Doctor is always looking for improvement and spent most of today‘s session testing small details of the set-up he hadn‘t been able to try during last weekend. He ended the day in second place with a fastest lap of 1‘38,550, 0,042s off his teammate‘s time.

Valentino Rossi:

“This testing day was positive. We didn‘t have many things to try, just some small detail of set up. We focused on improving the bike compared to yesterday and I am very happy because we could also improve the time we did in qualifying. I was happy with the podium in Jerez, it was a…

View original post 873 more words

Why Temperature Fraud Matters

“Temperature data fraud from NOAA and NASA enables the global warming scam. It can’t exist without the fraudulent claims from these agencies.”

Real Science

‘Temperature data fraud from NOAA and NASA enables the global warming scam. It can’t exist without the fraudulent claims from these agencies.

For example

ScreenHunter_9144 May. 10 08.03

(CNN) New climate change records have come along to remind us that Earth’s thermostat is steadily pushing upward.
More exactly, there are two global high temperature records and a smattering of climate change low points.

March 2015 was the warmest March since record-keeping began in 1880, says the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. And the first quarter of 2015 was the warmest first quarter on record in those same 136 years.

New records highlight global warming’s continued rise – CNN.com

There isn’t one word of truth to this. March was about average and cooler than 1983

ScreenHunter_9143 May. 10 07.59vortex.nsstc.uah.edu/data/msu/v6.0beta/tlt/uahncdc_lt_6.0beta2.txt

ScreenHunter_9145 May. 10 08.08rss_monthly_msu_amsu_channel_tlt_anomalies_land_and_ocean_v03_3.txt

January-March temperatures were nowhere near the warmest.

ScreenHunter_9147 May. 10 08.17

The April data shows a clear cooling trend this century, despite the current El Nino

ScreenHunter_9146 May. 10 08.11

The amount of sea ice on Earth…

View original post 64 more words

Increasing Antarctic Ice A Worry For Research Stations

“THE size and power of ships needed to break through Antarctica’s increasing sea ice levels is a worry for the global research community.”

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

h/t Sunshine Hours

image

http://www.news.com.au/national/breaking-news/forecasting-sea-ice-to-save-scientists/story-e6frfku9-1227350248988

THE size and power of ships needed to break through Antarctica’s increasing sea ice levels is a worry for the global research community.

IN recent years countries including Australia have battled to reach their stations on the frozen continent, making resupply missions time consuming and expensive, Australian Antarctic Division spokesman Rod Wooding said.

“We’re noticing that the sea ice situation is becoming more difficult,” he told reporters on Monday.

The sea ice through the Southern Ocean and around Australia’s Mawson Station usually breaks up for a couple of months a year allowing ships to enter the bay but that did not happen in 2013-14.

“We had to get fuel in by helicopter which is inadequate for the long-term sustainability of the station,” Dr Wooding said.

“Other national programs have had similar problems: the French in particular, Japanese also.”

The problem has been the…

View original post 228 more words

Tour de Yorkshire (Video)

The inaugural Tour de Yorkshire hits the county on 1-3 May 2015.

Yorkshire, steeped in history and accentuated by the beauty of rolling Dales, green Moors and scenic coastlines. The Tour de Yorkshire set amongst the Minsters, the Abbey’s of the middle-ages and the lush Forest of Dalby all providing that unmistakable Medieval and old Norse feel…