|As if it’s not enough for the TSA to feel you up at the airport, now they’re experimenting with rapid results DNA scanners that can scan and analyze your DNA using just a drop of saliva. Spit at the TSA agent who is molesting you, in other words, and they can use that saliva to scan your DNA and then store it in a government database.
Why would they want to do that? We can only imagine. Remember, it was Alex Jones who broke the story about hospitals secretly taking blood samples of babies and handing them over to the federal government for use in a national genetic database (http://www.prisonplanet.com/newborn…).
The government routinely steals genetic material from people for its own nefarious purposes, as does the pharmaceutical industry.
|February 26 2011: Awash in dollars the value drops, new movement in Gold and Silver, a plan for world government, trillions poured into the economy affects the Dow, forecast for an eventual market correction, break up what is too big to fail, inflation a factor in the middle east, Madoff profit scandals continue, dismal treatment of teachers.
The world is awash in dollars and that is being reflected in the USDX, which are six major currencies versus the dollar. The loss of value is being loudly trumpeted as the IMF says a replacement must be found. This is the same IMF that has been foisting non-gold backed SDRs on us since 1969. Every time they have tried this it has been a failure. We can give the Illuminists an ‘A’ for effort, but what they do not get is that the professionals and investors see right through it. Another batch of fiat currency is not going to solve the world’s currency crisis, which can only be saved by gold backing. Needless to say, the mainstream media will never talk about this in realistic terms, because the elitists control them. The denigration of currencies versus gold and silver are advancing apace, as the elitists day after day try to suppress gold and silver prices.
|By: Prof John Kozy
The best-laid schemes o’ mice an’ men
No matter how hard we try, no one can control the future, and we cannot assume the future will be like the present.
Woodrow Wilson signed the law that established the Federal Reserve. He later rightly lamented having done so. He writes, “I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are in the hands of a few men. We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated Governments in the civilized world no longer a Government by free opinion, no longer a Government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a Government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men.” Oh, how right he is, and oh, the mischief the FED has wrought! But establishing the FED must have seemed right to Wilson when he signed the law.
Harry Truman had similar qualms about the CIA.
[I]t has become necessary to take another look at the purpose and operations of our Central Intelligence Agency. . . .
assuming the President himself possesses a knowledge of our history, a sensitive understanding of our institutions, and an insight into the needs and aspirations of the people, he needs . . . the most accurate and up-to-the-minute information on what is going on everywhere in the world, and particularly of the trends and developments in all the danger spots. . . .
every President has available to him all the information gathered by the many intelligence agencies already in existence. . . .
|Personal details collected in the 2011 national census will be processed in a plant run by an American firm whose staff were prosecuted for stealing President Obama’s student loan records.
Every householder in the UK is required to fill out the questionnaire next month, with those failing to comply facing a £1,000 fine or even jail.
Amid concerns over the safety of the data being collected by the Government, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has repeatedly insisted that security is high.
However, The Mail on Sunday has learned that UK Data Capture Ltd, named in ONS reports as the sub-contractor in charge of processing census information, is jointly owned by the examination board Edexcel and the US-owned firm Vangent, which both have a patchy record for data-handling.
Last year, Vangent, a multibillion- pound consultancy with a series of lucrative US government contracts, faced embarrassment when nine of its employees were prosecuted for accessing President Obama’s student loan records.
The employees – all of whom were found guilty – had been working on an IT project at the US Department of Education, although many of the company’s other contracts in America are with the military.
Meanwhile, Edexcel has faced criticism for its alleged ‘dumbing down’ of exams and for losing scripts.
In 2002, a series of errors in Edexcel papers were described by then Prime Minister Tony Blair as ‘sloppy’ and ‘unacceptable’.
Last night, Alex Deane from the think-tank Big Brother Watch concerned by the involvement of the two firms in the handling of sensitive data at the census-processing plant in Trafford, Manchester.