Obama Seeks “Boots On The Ground” To Get Assad – Episode 565

The following video was published by X22Report on Jan 13, 2015
Next Greek premier says economic data manipulated by government. The everyday person is buying the job recovery, people searching for jobs cannot find them. Housing is imploding on itself, builders are cancelling projects. Russia & China starting their own credit agency to rival the US credit agencies. Paris attack being used to violate the people’s rights. Lock down the borders and search the people. New document shows FBI in bed with NSA. Ukraine is moving forward with mobilization and is now shelling the airport in Donetsk. President Obama seeking to put boots on the ground by working with congress. More false flag threats being used to scare the people into obedience.

Will Paris Attacks Renew Call to Ban Guns?

Editor’s note: Pat published this article before the attack on the supermarket that resulted in additional deaths.
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The news this week of the terrorist attacks in Paris that killed 12 people left me with a few different emotions and thoughts. On one hand, I felt a sense of loss for the families and victims who appear to have been murdered over what was essentially a joke. On the other, I was silently thankful this attack was far away from anyone I know or care about personally and that absent my shared grief for other innocent humans, I had not been affected in any real sense.
The current working rationale given for this tragedy appears to be terrorism, but in my mind it wouldn’t matter if this was a bizarre love triangle that went south or a mentally defective Kim Kardashian fan who was upset over a social media post denigrating the object of his obsession. The facts are that someone took lives and to get caught up on the reasoning is a waste of time. There is evil in this world and evil will do evil things when it can.
Whatever the reason; anytime there is a shooting of innocent people, as long as that shooting is not gang or crime related, (or in Chicago apparently) it makes news. Because this is an apparent terrorist attack, it deserves a different kind of attention but at the same time will undoubtedly be used by some as another opportunity to say that guns are bad and should be taken away from law-abiding citizens. Mass shooting events, more so than any other statistics seems to drive this conversation and I suppose the total loss of life at one time is viewed as more tragic and who could really argue with that?
The arguments for and against guns are legion especially in our country and I don’t see them ending anytime soon, but for me at least; getting caught up in statistics is a foolish way to settle this debate. I am not anti-science or anything, but statistics can be and are frequently total crap. It is how one person is viewing, interpreting and massaging the numbers. Mark Twain said it best, ‘there are three kinds of lies: lies, damn lies and statistics.’ You can take statistics that are pro-gun that show that violent crime rates have been dropping and some attribute this to more personal ownership of firearms.
You can’t make laws that criminals will obey.
According to the FBI:

This post was published at The Daily Sheeple on January 13th, 2015.

Police in the US Kill Citizens at over 70 Times the Rate of Other First-World Nations

In case you’ve been under a rock lately, it is becoming quite clear that police in the US can and will kill people, even unarmed people, even on video, and do so with impunity.
The tallying methods, or rather lack thereof, used by both the FBI and individual police departments to count the amount of people killed by police, have been shown to be staggeringly inaccurate.
However, this inability of the government to count the number of people it kills, has been met with multiple alternative means of calculating just how deadly the state actually is.
One of these citizen run databases, is the website http://www.killedbypolice.com. The site is basically a spreadsheet that lists every person killed by cops in the years 2013 and 2014. In addition to naming those killed, it also provides a link to media reports for each of the killings, age, sex and race if available.
The tally for 2014? 1,100 people killed by those sworn to protect. That is an average of three people a day. Do not mistake this as saying that those who were killed were innocent. However, when we look at violent crime in this country, we can see that it is at an all time low.
While violence among citizens has dropped, violence against citizens carried out by police has been rising sharply.
When we look at citizens killed by police over the last two years, deaths have increased 44 percent in this short time; 763 people were killing by police in 2013.
As a comparison, the total number of US troops killed in Afghanistan and Iraq, in 2014 was 58.
Fewer soldiers were killed in war than citizens back home in ‘the land of the free’ in 2014, by a large margin.
So why is that?

This post was published at The Daily Sheeple on January 9th, 2015.

Charlie Hebdo and Tsarnaev’s Trial: Qui bono?

There are two ways to look at the alleged terrorist attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo
One is that in the English speaking world, or much of it, the satire would have been regarded as ‘hate speech,’ and the satirists arrested. But in France Muslims are excluded from the privileged category, took offense at the satire, and retaliated.
Why would Muslims bother? By now Muslims must be accustomed to Western hypocrisy and double standards. Little doubt that Muslims are angry that they do not enjoy the protections other minorities receive, but why retaliate for satire but not for France’s participation in Washington’s wars against Muslims in which hundreds of thousands have died? Isn’t being killed more serious than being satirized?
Another way of seeing the attack is as an attack designed to shore up France’s vassal status to Washington. The suspects can be both guilty and patsies. Just remember all the terrorist plots created by the FBI that served to make the terrorism threat real to Americans. France is suffering from the Washington-imposed sanctions against Russia. Shipyards are impacted from being unable to deliver Russian orders due to France’s vassalage status to Washington, and other aspects of the French economy are being adversely impacted by sanctions that Washington forced its NATO puppet states to apply to Russia.
This week the French president said that the sanctions against Russia should end (so did the German vice-chancellor).
This is too much foreign policy independence on France’s part for Washington. Has Washington resurrected ‘Operation Gladio,’ which consisted of CIA bombing attacks against Europeans during the post-WW II era that Washington blamed on communists and used to destroy communist influence in European elections? Just as the world was led to believe that communists were behind Operation Gladio’s terrorist attacks, Muslims are blamed for the attacks on the French satirical magazine.
The Roman question is always: Who benefits? The answer is: Not France, not Muslims, but US world hegemony. US hegemony over the world is what the CIA supports. US world hegemony is the neoconservative-imposed foreign policy of the US.

This post was published at Paul Craig Roberts on January 8, 2015.

Disruptive Tech: ‘3D Printing Could Undermine Sanctions,’ Change Warfare and Upend Supply Chains

‘Reducing barriers to arms manufacturing’ is just one of the consequences playing out from the adoption of revolutionary 3D printers. The price of printers has come down from half a million dollars to less than $10k, and the expiration of several key patents is making much more possible.
It has the power to decentralize production and, powered by robotic factory work, forever alter the economics of manufacturing.
3D printing may even have the power to undermine the reach of defense contractors, who build weapons, tanks, planes and more that reach American troops, and through foreign aid and weapons transfers, foreign military forces – friend and foe alike – around the world as well.
Already, a true next-gen entrepreneur named Cody Wilson has caused a stir with his plastic 3D printed gun known as the ‘Liberator.’ The blueprint for this legal, lethal do-it-yourself weapon was downloaded over 100,000 times and can be built from any location with a consumer-grade 3D printer.
It became something of a philosophical threat to the establishment. Homeland Security, the FBI, the ATF, the Joint Regional Intelligence Center and others took notice. News outlets like ABC News highlighted it as a threat to security, labeling the ‘invisible, nearly untraceable’ weapon an ‘assassin’s dream’:

This post was published at shtfplan on January 6th, 2015.

Obama Sanctions North Korea For Sony Hack Which Was Perpetrated By Disgruntled Former Employee

US foreign policy just jumped the shark: a few days after both the FBI and the US State department were humiliated when it was revealed that it wasn’t North Korea but a disgruntled, laid off Sony employee that was responsible for the “hack”, moments ago Obama – currently not working out next to a rainbow orflashing the “Shaka” sign – signed an order imposing even more sanctions against North Korea.
From Bloomberg:
President Obama signs order imposing additional sanctions on North Korea in response to country’s ‘efforts to undermine U. S. cyber-security and intimidate U. S.businesses and artists exercising their right of freedom of speech,’ according to Treasury Dept statement. Sanctions target 3 entities, 10 individuals

This post was published at Zero Hedge on 01/02/2015.

FBI bypasses denial in FISA court by writing its own search warrants

The FBI has proven that it can legally dodge even the sparse amount of judicial checks and balances on its ability to search the records of Americans. After being denied twice in FISA Court for an order to collect records from an individual, a secret report reveals that the Bureau subsequently wrote its own order and went through with the surveillance, regardless of the court rejection.
This revelation was found in a recently declassified document, titled ‘A Review of the FBI’s Use of Section 215 Orders for Business Records in 2006′ (PDF). It was written in 2008 by the DOJ Office of the Inspector General but not declassified until December 2014.
BACKGROUND
The issue at hand pertains to the judicial oversight – or lack thereof – on the FBI’s ability to search the papers and effects of private individuals in cases related to national security. Typically in such cases, the Bureau goes through a special court to receive approved orders to obtain particular records on a certain party. As the report explains, ‘Section 215 of the Patriot Act allows the FBI to seek orders from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA Court) for ‘any tangible things,’ including books, records, and other items from any business, organization, or entity provided the item or items are for an authorized investigation to protect against international terrorism or clandestine intelligence activities’ (page 1).

This post was published at Police State USA on December 31, 2014.

2014 Year in Review: 7 Examples of Police State Technology Making Our Rights Obsolete

Things are not looking pretty for the land of the free.
The year 2014 has made it very clear that privacy is under threat, and the situation is not likely to improve. Mass surveillance – which became a national issue via the Edward Snowden leaks – is not subsiding or under reform; instead, is becoming more bold and complex with each passing day.
It would take several books to catalog the myriad ways in which the rights of The People have been casually infringed by various levels of government just in years since 9/11 and the introduction of the PATRIOT Act.
And it’s not only are federal agencies like the NSA, Homeland Security and the FBI that are taking liberties with our… umm… liberties; it is local police, too. The rise of technology is rapidly fueling these agencies with data and ‘intelligence’ with very little oversight and even less pause for reflection to use these powerful abilities wisely and yes, judiciously.
Here are just a few major areas where privacy is losing badly to surveillance technology in 2014. Not that anyone is paying attention, but they are worth reflecting upon soon – hopefully before it is too late to turn thing back around:
‘ 1. Militarized Police and Weapons of War on American Streets: True, this technology has been in use for several years now and has been demonstrated at protests such as the those held outside of the G20 in Pittsburgh and, Toronto and other locales.
But the events in Ferguson really allowed this brand of crowd control to come of age. This and other key protests have seemingly justified a massive police response for just about anything now… but… you know, the first amendment is still respected and all.

This post was published at shtfplan on December 31st, 2014.

Hacking: Bad When It Happens to Sony, Just Fine When the CIA Does It to the Senate

Have you seen The Interview yet?
Internet chatter regarding the Seth Rogen/James Franco film abounds, certainly making Sony a ton of dough after the whole North Korea hacking debacle that allegedly caused the studio to cancel it’s original opening of the film for fear of terror attacks in U. S. theaters (and which many have called out for being a total government psyop, but anyway…)
Side note: have you seen the movie Wag The Dog?
Anyway, USA Today even ran a story in its print paper that showed two people dressed as Uncle Sam holding American flags outside of one of the film’s belated premieres; because if there’s one bad guy that can make Americans go ‘rah rah red, white, and blue’ while also magically breathing life into the specter of cyber warfare, surely it’s North Korea, right?
Yesterday the FBI reaffirmed its commitment to the official government line that this was not the work of an insider and that a group in North Korea calling themselves ‘the Guardians of Peace’ definitely, absolutely, and 100% was the evil mastermind behind a massive Sony hack which resulted in the White House being ‘forced’ into confronting the enemy nation. (Oh, was that what made the tiny country’s Internet go out December 22nd?)
The FBI is maintaining its stance, as the New York Post points out, ‘despite a growing number of private cyber-security firms concluding there was no evidence of such a finding.’


This post was published at The Daily Sheeple on December 31st, 2014.

False Flagging the World towards War. The CIA Weaponizes Hollywood

Almost all wars begin with false flag operations.
The coming conflicts in North Korea and Russia are no exception.
Mass public hysteria is being manufactured to justify aggression against Moscow and Pyongyang, in retaliation for acts attributed to the North Korean and Russian governments, but orchestrated and carried out by the CIA and the Pentagon.
The false flagging of North Korea: CIA weaponizes Hollywood
The campaign of aggression against North Korea, from the hacking of Sony and the crescendo of noise over the film, The Interview, bears all the markings of a CIA false flag operation.
The hacking and alleged threats to moviegoers has been blamed entirely on North Korea, without a shred of credible evidence beyond unsubstantiated accusations by the FBI. Pyongyang’s responsibility has not been proven. But it has already been officially endorsed, and publicly embraced as fact.
The idea of ‘America under attack by North Korea’ is a lie.
The actual individuals of the mysterious group responsible for the hacking remain conveniently unidentified. A multitude of possibilities – Sony insiders, hackers-for-hire, generic Internet vandalism – have not been explored in earnest. The more plausible involvement of US spying agencies – the CIA, the c, etc. , their overwhelming technological capability and their peerless hacking and surveillance powers – remains studiously ignored.
Who benefits? It is illogical for Pyongyang to have done it. Isolated, impoverished North Korea, which has wanted improved relations with the United States for years (to no avail), gains nothing by cyberattacking the United States with its relatively weak capabilities, and face the certainty of overwhelming cyber and military response. On the other hand, Washington benefits greatly from any action that leads to regime change in North Korea.
But discussion about Pyongyang’s involvement – or lack of – risks missing the larger point.
This project, from the creation of The Interview to the well-orchestrated international incident, has been guided by the CIA, the Pentagon, and the State Department from the start. It is propaganda. It is a weapon of psychological warfare. It is an especially perverted example of military-intelligence manipulation of popular culture for the purpose of war.
There is nothing funny about any of it.
The Interview was made with the direct and open involvement of CIA and Rand Corporation operatives for the express purpose of destabilizing North Korea. Star and co-director Seth Rogen has admitted that he worked ‘directly with people who work in the government as consultants, who I’m convinced are in the CIA’. Originally conceived to be a plot taking place in an ‘unnamed country’, Sony Pictures co-chairman Michael Lynton, who also sits on the board of the Rand Corporation, encouraged the film makers to make the movie overtly about murdering Kim Jong-Un. Bruce Bennett, the Rand Corporation’s North Korean specialist, also had an active role, expressing enthusiasm that the film would assist regime change and spark South Korean action against Pyongyang. Other government figures from the State Department, even operatives connected to Hillary Clinton, read the script.

This post was published at The Daily Sheeple on December 31st, 2014.

YEAR IN REVIEW: Our Top Ten Conspiracies of 2014

With the year drawing to a close, it’s important to take inventory of some of the larger, more impactful conspiratorial stories and events in 2014. It was a year which saw an unprecedented assault on reality, and our imaginations. Make no mistake, this is apsychic war being waged on our senses, as a media-driven synthetic reality is being advanced to consume reason and logic. There were a number of other notable events which could have easily made this list, but we had to economize in order to bring this incredible omnibus to you before the New Year. We hope you’ll agree, that this is the best ‘conspiracy countdown’ on the web this holiday season.
In the count down to number one, here’s our top ten of 2014…
10. Scottish Independence – Was the vote for Scotland’s independence rigged? It’s no secret that Westminster didn’t want Scottish self-determination to prevail north of the border. The Glasgow City Council confirmed that there were at least ten cases of suspected electoral fraud occurring at polling stations following the Scottish referendum vote on the September 18th. There were a number of reports indicating voter fraud, including the Sky News camerascapturing proof that ‘Yes’ votes were being placed in ‘No’ piles on the day of the referendum. The BBC wase also caught using its state-sponsored platform to effectively smear the ‘Yes’ campaign. There are plenty of financial and geopolitical reasons to ensure that Scotland would stay in the UK, and according to some, an independent Scotland could have seen as much as a90 percent boost in income from profits derived from gas and oil reserves due to the UK’s borders being redrawn. North Sea oil appears to have been front and center when examining this seemingly fraudulent referendum vote in 2014…
9. Hollywood’s The Interview and ‘Sony Hack’ scandal – Despite being hyped and spun to high heaven, and getting a ton of free publicity from the President himself, Sony Pictures Entertainment’s release of The Interview failed to impress the critics, before it proceeded to flop it’s way into Hollywood’s dustbin of perennial mediocre films. While the FBI and the entire US media blamed the infamous ‘Sony Hack’ on a fictitious secret North Korean hacking unit called’Bureau 121′ 21WIRE called it from the onset for what it truly was – a ‘false flag’ hack. We also revealed how this film was actually an expensive piece of Rand Corportion and US State Department propaganda designed to weaken morale in North Korea and hopefully pave the way for regime change. That didn’t stop mindless US politicians and media charlatans from claiming that it was our ‘patriotic duty as Americans’ to go and see this movie on Christmas Day. Another classic example of consensus reality gone Pete Tong…

This post was published at 21st Century Wire on DECEMBER 31, 2014.

U.S. Government Telling Lies To Push The War Agenda – Episode 554

The following video was published by X22Report on Dec 30, 2014
Consumer confidence misses expectations. Home prices, existing sales, new sales and mortgage applications are all falling. Case Shiller not a good time to invest in real estate. Obama admits the US is behind the declining oil prices. Saudi predicts in next year budget that oil prices will rebound. Ukraine’s economy is imploding. US using propaganda that the reason Syria wants peace is because the people are against Assad and they are running out of soldiers. Many cyber security firms are now questioning the FBI and the Obama administration and it looks like North Korea had nothing to do with the cyber attack on Sony. The US is telling lies to provoke war.

Step Aside North Korea: According To New “Theory” Sony Hackers Are In Fact Russians

Remember when evil North Korean hackers were blamed by everyone in the administration for penetrating the firewall of one of the wealthiest, most sophisticated, most secretive multi-national corporations in what now everyone realizes was an epic publicity, not to mention, punking stunt? Well, now that Kim Jong-Un has served his purpose, and the Interview has generated far more revenue than it would have otherwise (but not before North Korea got to troll the US, showing it too has lost all respect for the leader of the free world after it called Obama “A monkey in a tropical jungle“) it is time to milk The Interview for some more propaganda talking points.
And sure enough, here comes the Seattle-based cyber security firm Taia Global, which according to the NY Daily News as cited by the Mail has analyzed the “data” and concluded that not so Lil’ Kim was right (the FBI was wrong) and it wasn’t North Korea after all. So who was it? Why the evil Russians of course.

This post was published at Zero Hedge on 12/29/2014.

‘The Interview’ Flops, FBI ‘North Korean Hack’ Story Also Debunked

Last week, we called it a ‘false flag’ hack, and this week we find out that’s exactly what it was.
Official FBI claims that North Korea was behind the ‘Sony hack’ were debunked today by two leading cyber security firms. More on that later, but first, let’s look at the failure of film itself…
To anyone in media or politics who said last that it was our ‘patriotic duty as Americans’ to go and see this movie, I hereby banish you to the outer realms of the consensus reality Bardo. Despite being hyped and spun with unprecedented faux patriotic fervor, and getting a ton of free publicity from President Obama, Sony Entertainment’s The Interview is officially a flop.
The film was released in 331 independently owned cinemas on Christmas Day, pulling a paltry $1 million in gate receipts, as well as an equally poor showing on the download charts too. The film was a big hit on the ‘illegal’ download front though. According to the blog TorrentFreak, the film was downloaded around 750,000 times as of yesterday (we use the term ‘illegal’ loosely here, because in many people’s opinion, it would a real crime to charge money to see this turkey).
Between Sony, the White House and a highly autistic US media, no other movie in history has been given so much political hype. Unfortunately on this occasion, the steak hasn’t lived up to the sizzle.

This post was published at 21st Century Wire on DECEMBER 27, 2014.

North Korea Trolls Obama: Compares US President To “A Monkey In A Tropical Jungle”

While it is certain that in a few weeks, not even America’s staunchest “patriots” will remember The Interview, one thing is certain: the trolling comedy that has been unleashed by North Korea in response to Obama’s own “proportional response” will live in infamy for a long time. Case in point, North Korea’s full official statement following the re-release of the The Interview, which hit select theaters on Christmas day, just as initially scheduled despite the endless drama, as well as countless streaming distribution services (which at a rental price of $5.99 promptly made it the most pirated movie of 2014, despite an epic marketing campaign that essentially made it unpatriotic for Americans not to see the movie).
So the movie came and went, but not before for some inexplicable reason, “an unknown” power decided to escalate matters further and following the FBI’s and Obama’s threat for a “proportional response”, killed North Korea’s internet for hours, because surely that will teach those evil North Korean hackers to never again mess with one of the world’s most powerful transnational corporations, and halt future dissemination of emails revealing Sony Pictures’ execs as a bunch of coddled racists. Or, as the administration called it, a “matter of national security.”
To be sure, North Korea did not keep quiet through this entire farce, and while it made it very clear that it had nothing to do with the Sony hack, it did demand a full UN-backed investigation, a proposal quickly shot down by none other than the US which always demands full “transparency” of all actions except when actions are its own, or when the resulting transparency would shine an unwanted light on the hypocrisy behind US national interests. Furthermore, in its first statements regarding The Interview, North Korea was actually quite cordial, and said nothing offensive regarding Obama.


This post was published at Zero Hedge on 12/27/2014.

The Militarization of Police in America: ‘Active Shooter Training’ Now Massively Federalized

As mass shooting events become ever more common throughout the United States, so too has their direct coordination under Department of Justice and FBI auspices.
Aggressively publicized by a submissive corporate news media, the continuum of such incidents over weeks, months and years is an essential socialization process for the public’s unquestioning acceptance of the growing police state.
An under-examined facet of this broader trend is how ‘active shooter drills’ have become massively federalized in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. Alongside the militarization of police under the Pentagon’s 1033 Program, which provides high-powered weaponry and armored vehicles to state and local law enforcement agencies, officers are receiving military-style training funded and supervised by the US DOJ and government subcontractors.
Since 2002 ‘active shooter training’ has been conducted by a project called ALERRT – Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training – housed at Texas State University in San Marcos. Over 60,000 police have been instructed by ALERRT-trained personnel, and over the past 12 years the entity has received over $30 million of funding from the DOJ’s Bureau of Justice Assistance, the Violence Against Law Enforcement and Ensuring Officer Resilience and Survivability program ‘VALOR’), Texas’ Office of the Governor, and the Department of Homeland Security.[1] The money for such training is merely a small portion of almost $290 million in DOJ munificence distributed to 56 states and territories, and over 1,000 local jurisdictions in 2014 alone. ‘These resources are helping to spur innovation and drive evidence-based policing in countless communities,’ Attorney General Eric Holder recently remarked.[2]


This post was published at The Daily Sheeple on December 25th, 2014.

We Have Much More to Fear Than Fear Itself

‘The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists.’
Former FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover
To paraphrase Franklin Roosevelt, ‘We have more to fear, than fear itself’. Even the sheep are beginning to know that things are not just quite right. You are reading this article for the same reason.
Because of the blessings bestowed upon me by the spirit of Jesus Christ, I have lived an absolutely blessed life. I have been fortunate enough to have successfully pursued four major career interests, I have wonderful friends, a beautiful family and everyday is a fun adventure. In the course of my day, I have the honor to help people and I make money by having fun. Believe me, when I say that I do not need to write articles, appear on 3-4 talk shows per week and to broadcast my own radio show in order to have a blessed life. My writing and my broadcasting are an anathema to my professional and private life. I pray for the day that I do not feel compelled to do what I am doing. My son asked me yesterday what I would with my free time when ‘we win’. I could not think of a coherent ‘in the world’ answer because right now humanity is getting its butt kicked on so many fronts.
A Paradigm Shift The vast majority of people do not handle paradigm changes very well. Infamous globalist and co-founder of the Trilateral Commission, Zbigniew Brzezinski stated in his book, Between Two Ages…, that when a society transitions from one societal form to another (e.g. agricultural to industrial), the people go through ‘hell’. America and for that matter, the world, is in that position and we are about to go through hell.

This post was published at The Common Sense Show on December 24, 2014.

FBI keeps lid on sniper plot to kill ‘Occupy Wall Street’ organizers

HOUSTON, TX – Heavily redacted FBI memos confirm that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was aware of a plot to assassinate the Houston organizers of ‘Occupy Wall Street,’ but the agency has managed to withhold the details from the American public using the worn-out excuse that transparency compromises national security.
According to the agency’s official memos, an unnamed party or agency ‘planned to engage in sniper attacks against protestors in Houston, Texas, if deemed necessary… [Redacted] planned to gather intelligence against the leaders of the protest groups and obtain photographs, then formulate a plan to kill the leadership via suppressed sniper rifles.’
The plot was allegedly devised in October 2011, shortly after the national debut of Occupy Wall Street in September of the same year. It wasn’t until 2013 that any mention of the plot was made known to the public, when Massachusetts Institute of Technology doctoral student Ryan Noah Shapiro noticed startling references in the course of his extensive efforts to pursue transparency in the FBI. Mr. Shapiro subsequently filed a Freedom Of Information (FOIA) request for additional details.
The first unclassified FBI document contained the following paragraph:
An identified as of October planned to engage in sniper attacks against protestors (sic) in Houston, Texas if deemed necessary. An identified had received intelligence that indicated the protesters in New York and Seattle planned similar protests in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio and Austin, Texas. planned to gather intelligence against the leaders of the protest groups and obtain photographs, then formulate a plan to kill the leadership via suppressed sniper rifles. (Note: protests continued throughout the weekend with approximately 6000 persons in NYC. ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protests have spread to about half of all states in the US, over a dozen European and Asian cities, including protests in Cleveland (10/6-8/11) at Willard Park which was initially attended by hundreds of protesters.)

This post was published at Police State USA on December 23, 2014.

U.S. Government/Central Bankers Push The Economic Recovery By Manipulating The Economy – Episode 549

The following video was published by X22Report on Dec 23, 2014
Greece is headed for bail-ins. The Euro crisis deepens. GDP revised up, even though the Baltic Dry Index continues to fall. Coke is laying off 2000 employees. New home sales plunge. Real Estate collapsing. Obamacare uses auto enroll to boost numbers. LAPD gets body cameras but video footage will not be seen by the public. FBI training 30,000 soldiers for an active shooter stadium event. The U. S. government wants a taller wall in front of the White House. New evidence on MH17, the autopsy report on the pilot is now withheld from the public. The Islamic State planning to blow up a bridge in Tennessee. Sony is going to release “The Interview” to select theaters. Be prepared for a false flag.

Nuclear Power Plant In South Korea Hacked

The marketing stunt involving what would otherwise have been a straight to DVD flop, a pudgy North Korean dictator, an FBI desperate to create a fabricated YouTube clip of North Korean hackers scheming maliciously in their mother’s basement, an American president demanding retaliation because a 80286-equipped hacking army poses a threat to the American way of life and other surreal, B-grade movie elements may be about to end with the “shocking” re-release of The Interview on Christmas day, but that doesn’t mean that the push to implement an internet kill switch is over. Which really is what the relentless “hacking on the front pages” media scramble is all about.
And since the ultimate scare tactic appears likely to be a controlled take down of the energy grid to demonstrate just how scary “hackers” may be, here comes the “other” Korea with an appetizer of what is to come to the US on short notice. According to RT, a South Korean nuclear plant operator’ computer system was hacked and the perpetrator has leaked blueprints and manuals, says if his demands for three reactors’ closure aren’t met, those living near the facilities should ‘stay away’ from home.
The hacker has been releasing the internal data of Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co (KHNP) in stages, with the latest piece being posted online on Sunday. It came together with a warning of a major leak still ahead.
‘I can open to the world 100,000 pages of data that have not yet been revealed,’ the hacker said in the post, cited by Korea’s Yonhap news agency. ‘You say this isn’t confidential material. Let’s see if you will take responsibility if the information on blueprints, systems and programs are all disclosed to the countries that want them.’

This post was published at Zero Hedge on 12/23/2014.