Tag Archives: Military

Scientific Authoritarianism Erodes Private Property and Human Liberty

Christopher Lingle | aier.org “A fundamental difference between modern dictatorships and all other tyrannies of the past is that terror is no longer used as a means to exterminate and frighten opponents but as an instrument to rule masses of … Continue reading

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They call us “hackable rats” – Dr. Reiner Fuellmich and Viviane Fischer interviewing Whitney Webb

Whitney Webb talking to lawyer Dr. Reiner Fuellmich, lawyer Viviane Fischer and Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg about Jeffrey Epstein relationship to Bill Gates, shareholding governments in the vaccine business, transhumanism, the military engagement in the pandemic and much more. The link to the original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwVUIW6mp_c

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Fracking Insiders Admit To Employing Military ‘Psychological Operations’ On American Citizens

Source: BI Fracking is a contentious business. The process of injecting chemicals at high-pressure into the earth to pull out gas and oil has prompted as many reports condemning it as there are declaring it safe. Homeowners concerned for the … Continue reading

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The World Tomorrow : Cypherpunks Part 1

Julian Assange Journeyman Pictures A terrifying war is being fought in the digital second world of modern life. Technology designed to soak up individual’s private communications is in constant development. In the age of cyber surveillance where does the boundary … Continue reading

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The US Military Wants To ‘Microchip’ Troops

Robert Johnson Business Insider DARPA is at it again. This time, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has announced plans to create nanochips for monitoring troops health on the battlefield. Kate Knibbs at Mobiledia reports the sensors are targeted at preventing … Continue reading

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Stephen Coleman: The moral dangers of non-lethal weapons

Stephen Coleman TED Pepper spray and tasers are in increasing use by both police and military, and more exotic non-lethal weapons such as heat rays are in the works. At TEDxCanberra, ethicist Stephen Coleman explores the unexpected consequences of their … Continue reading

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Neuroscience as the military’s new weapon

Michael Cook BioEdge Doctors are not the only professionals excited about rapid advances in neuroscience. The military and the police are following advances closely, creating the possibility of ethical conflicts, according to a report released this week by the UK’s … Continue reading

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Take it, it’ll make you shoot better

Sydney Morning Herald Advances in neuroscience could be used by the military to help make soldiers more deadly on the battlefield. Ian Sample reports. Soldiers could have their minds plugged directly into weapons systems, undergo brain scans during recruitment and … Continue reading

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Top 25 Stories of 2011 Subjected to Press Censorship

Source: Scoop Top 25 Stories of 2011 Subjected to Press Censorship. 1. More US Soldiers Committed Suicide Than Died in Combat (For full story, click here) For the second year (2010) in a row, more US soldiers killed themselves (468) … Continue reading

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Do Private Military Contractors Have Impunity to Torture?

Source: DissidentVoice Unbelievably, in 2011 this question has not yet been settled in the courts of the United States. Human rights attorneys are headed back to court in the coming month to argue that, yes, victims of war crimes and … Continue reading

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