The political-media establishment is the enemy

The 2016 election is not a contest between the Democrat and Republican ideologies, nor is it a choice among various approaches to address the nation’s problems, but something far more fundamental.

It is a battle between the entrenched power of the bipartisan political-media establishment versus the rights and liberties of the American people.

It is a conflict between those who want to adhere to the Constitution and the rule of law and the party leaders and a biased media, who wish to continue the practices of political expediency and crony capitalism.

It is a decadent system the political-media elite created and continues to nurture, one that benefits a few at the expense of the many.

There are only two issues that matter for the 2016 election: the political-media establishment is hopelessly corrupt and, although we have elections, we no longer have representative government.

It is a system, not incapable of, but largely unwilling to solve pressing national issues like illegal immigration, a moribund economy or the threat from radical Islam.

It is because solutions benefitting the American people conflict with the financial or ideological interests of the oligarchy, the Democrat and Republican establishments, the media and their financiers, who every four yearshire a President.

It is a system that, through benign, if not criminal neglect, made possible the two-term Presidency of Barack Hussein Obama, who, if he continues unopposed, will fundamentally transform the United States from a capitalist republic based on Judeo-Christian democratic principles into some kind of Islamo-Marxist totalitarian perversion, a permanently weakened and fragmented America.

It is now but a tiny step to Obama’s “America” from that which the oligarchy has already shaped, a composite government of J. L. Talmon’s “totalitarian democracy” and Sheldon S. Wolin’s “managed democracy.”

That is, a political system in which lawfully elected representatives rule a nation state whose citizens, although granted the right to vote, have little or no participation in the decision-making process of government; a country where citizens are politically uninterested and submissive – and where elites are eager to keep them that way.

Continue reading this at Family Security Matters.

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Bracken: Tet, Take Two – Islam’s 2016 European Offensive  This is a must read! And go to Amazon on December 1st, as you can get these free for your kindle! I have read all three (the last time they were free on kindle) and I highly recommend them to everyone.

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It’s Time to Unplug from the Matrix

Within 20 years, according to top Artificial Intelligence (AI) researchers, nearly half of all jobs currently occupied by humans will be automated by computers or robots. What purpose will these formerly employed individuals fulfil?

The elite of society have been discussing this epic moment for decades.

In April of 2000, Bill Joy, co-founder of Sun Microsystems, wrote an article for Wired magazine called “Why the future doesn’t need us.” The premise of the article revolves around the potential for humans to become obsolete. Joy’s work begins by describing his experience of reading a portion of Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski’s manifesto.

Kaczynski targeted and injured computer scientist David Gelernter, one of Bill Joy’s friends. To his dismay, Joy had to agree with Kaczynski in his outlook.

Kaczynski’s manifesto describes a dystopic future in which a ruthless elite eradicate useless humans in the wake of the technological revolution. In an alternate scenario the elite are “good shepherds” that make sure “…everyone’s physical needs are satisfied, that all children are raised under psychologically hygienic conditions, that everyone has a wholesome hobby to keep him busy… These engineered human beings may be happy in such a society, but they will most certainly not be free. They will have been reduced to the status of domestic animals,” writes Kaczynski.

In the interim between the robotic takeover and our potential extinction, our lives as human beings will be greatly impacted. The industrial revolution triggered similar apprehension with the threat of mechanical automation. This new revolution is altering the very genetic code of humanity, re-wiring our brains, and creating new forms of life unknown to history. Technology has enabled our world to be digitally connected 24/7. Tele-medicine will allow doctors to remotely monitor patients health at home using a system of sensors, including your toilet. But what of the human element? We are in an age of seeming connection, but are we actually entering an age of disconnection?

Much more to read at Waking Times.

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Without a warrant and without you even knowing the FBI can ask for all this information

Thanks to court documents released today (Nov. 30) Americans can for the first time glimpse one of the US government’s powerful surveillance tools: the National Security Letter, or NSL.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation sends out tens of thousands of these letters every year to financial institutions, travel agencies, telecommunications companies, and credit-reporting agencies demanding a wide range of information on the individual it is investigating, without a warrant from a judge. The Patriot Act, signed into law in 2001, drastically increased the FBI’s mandate to issue NSLs.

Nicholas Merrill filed a First Amendment lawsuit after receiving an NSL in 2004 regarding one of the customers of his New York internet and consulting business, Calyx Internet Access. A federal judge has now ordered the release of Merrill’s NSL, which was handed to him by an FBI agent along with an order not to discuss it with anyone.

Here is some of the information on his client that Merrill was ordered to hand over, per the unredacted document:

  • DSL account information
  • Subscriber name and related subscriber information
  • Addresses associated with the account
  • Subscriber day/evening telephone numbers
  • Screen names or other online names associated with the account
  • Order forms
  • Records relating to merchandise orders/shipping information for the last 180 days
  • All billing related to account
  • Internet Service Provider (ISP)
  • All email addresses associated with account
  • Internet Protocol (IP address) assigned to the account
  • All website information registered to the account
  • Uniform Resource Locator (URL) address assigned to the account
  • Any other information which you consider to be electronic communication transactional record.

From the Quartz.

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