Thursday, December 1, 2016

Sean Hannity's message to the press: You've been exposed as fake

Mainstream Media just keeps taking hits.  Fox News reporter Sean Hannity seems to be the last of a dying breed.  By that I mean, a reporter who isn't a sheep.  A reporter with integrity, with no price tag on his name.

We (the conspiracy, tinfoil hat wearing freaks), have been saying just this for years now.  The mainstream media (MSM) is a greater propaganda machine than Joseph Goebbels.
I understand that the Leftists didn't want Donald Trump to win the Presidency.  After all, he's an outsider, that's been calling 'Bullshit' on pretty much everyone in Washington, and the majority of the MSM.  I suppose that's because they're afraid their secrets, and the power will get out.  After all, who wants the public to find out they've been lied to, and controlled for the last 240-ish years?

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Sunday, September 4, 2016

Lyn Ulbricht on Corrupt Federal Agents Involved in Silk Road

As you likely know by now, Shaun Bridges, a Secret Service agent who was involved in the investigation and arrest of Ross Ulbricht, is under suspicion for the theft of even more bitcoin. In a document, unsealed on the 30th of July, we found out that he helped himself again, to more than $700,000 worth of Bitcoin that was already in a Secret Service account. Much of this corruption was enabled by the government’s poor handling of the case and knowledge that Bridges had a digital key that allowed him to have access to the account – yet they didn’t move the money until it was far too late. This same kind of corruption set the standard for the entire case against Ross Ulbricht, so reached out to Lyn Ulbricht, Ross’s mother, for comment. Some of the highlights are below.

 Judge Katherine Forrest clearly vocalized that she found the writings and beliefs of Ross to be “deeply troubling” and “very dangerous.” If you’ve been around since the beginning of the site itself, you’d probably have been aware that Dread Pirate Roberts was a strong, vocal libertarian who made sure the community knew. In fact, his views were a huge part of the motivation behind the Silk Road.
Something that likely has no place in a case involving drugs is the defendant’s political views. Unfortunately for Ross, his political views not only came into view, but also impacted the way he was sentenced. His mother mentions how

Lyn talks about how there were several individuals who got picked up on drug charges involving the Silk Road, but none of them ended up getting as much time as Ross did. Three noteworthy arrests were Jan Slomp, the leading vendor on Silk Road, Steven Sadler, the biggest cocaine and heroin vendor, and Peter Nash, a Silk Road admin. They received 10 years, 5 years, and 17 months respectively (source). Ulbricht was charged with money laundering, computer hacking, conspiracy to traffic narcotics, and a murder charge. Even though the murder charge was dropped, Ross Ulbricht was still given a life sentence without the possibility of parole. Even from the outside, this doesn’t seem like true justice. His mother says that both she and the defense strongly believe that Ross was treated and sentenced unfairly.

The judge made it clear that, at least in part, she issued her barbaric sentence because she considers Ross a political threat. The grotesque disparity between Ross’ sentence and those of the others finally convinced me that he is a political prisoner. The government wanted to make Ross an example, presumably to warn others from creating a similar site. (Of course, this failed, and there are many sites now in existence that are far bigger than Silk Road ever was).

Lyn Ulbricht on her son’s sentencing

Another point Lyn makes in the interview is that during Ross’s sentencing, the judge treated him the way she did because he was the first person to launch a drug market on the deep web. In the words of the judge, “what you did was unprecedented and in breaking that ground as the first person you sit here as the defendant now today having to pay the consequences for that.”

To summarize, Lyn Ulbricht wanted to convey a few thoughts to the world in regard to the most recent discovery of corruption in the Silk Road case.

  • The case was mishandled from the start.
  • Shaun Bridges had total control of the site and tampered with evidence, as proven twice now.
  • The prosecution has completely ignored the evidence manipulation and blatant mishandling of the case as a whole.
  • He was sentenced unfairly due to his political beliefs.
  • Ross was treated and sentenced unfairly because he was the creator of the first dark net market.

Both Lyn and Ross’s lawyer, Joshua Dratel, are far from surprised by the corruption, but are still fighting to have Ross treated fairly. Lyn doesn’t want this to take case to take precedence in situations where “Internet freedoms” and “victim-less crimes” end up in front of a judge.

The interview was fairly concise but the underlying theme was that the most recent bitcoin theft by the Secret Service agent just attests to the level of corruption and incompetence involved in prosecuting Ross Ulbricht. If you’re interested in the full content, follow the source link at the bottom of the page.


Wednesday, May 11, 2016


I just spent the last couple of days watching a couple of the ZEITGEIST movies.  I must say, regardless of your political, social, or religious views, this is a MUST SEE for everyone on the planet.  Which is why I'm going to post TWO of those movies right here on my blog.  I ask, no, I BEG you to share this with your friends on every social medium you use.

  Both of these movies explore how fraudulent MONEY is... which ads a certain amount of credit to the BITCOIN movement....  It's something everyone can have....  either by paying for it, with your debt-laden money, or mine it for free.  Essentially, it's a FREE currency.

The ZEITGEIST Movement is exactly what I've been saying on my many posts....  Although many of the statistics in the movies are American based, I suspect they reign true for most nations of the world.

If you have ever watched STAR TREK (and I know many of you have), that encompasses the perfect society.  Not with the space travel, but with Earth.  No money.  Everyone is equal. 

Be the movement.  Join the movement.  Share the movement.

Knowledge is power.  Arm yourself.

Monday, May 2, 2016


Many of us have found solace in the world of TOR (The Onion Router), where it is virtually impossible to be tracked.  Now it seems we're all criminals.  But why?

I just read a very good article about TOR and VPN (Virtual Private Network) users.  And how the National Spy Agency is trying to pass a bill on the down low that would allow them to track any TOR user and/or any VPN user without a warrant.

An update to the innocuous-sounding Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure could soon grant powers to judges across the US to issue search warrants for law enforcement to remotely access devices that are using privacy tools.
The Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure sets the rules for criminal prosecutions and this change would see a sweeping expansion of law enforcement’s ability to engage in remote surveillance to gather evidence, with zero public debate on the new powers.

The Electronic Frontiers Foundation (EFF) says that Tor and VPN users, as well as people who reject location tracking by apps on their smartphone, could all be targeted for remote access, seizure or copying of data.
The new rule, which has just left the Supreme Court and is headed to Congress, could also end up targeting people who have been a victim of malware as it seeks to find the source of potentially harmful botnets.

Malicious actors may even be able to hijack the malware the government uses to infiltrate botnets, because the government often doesn’t design its malware securely. Government access to the computers of botnet victims also raises serious privacy concerns, as a wide range of sensitive, unrelated personal data could well be accessed during the investigation. This is a dangerous expansion of powers, and not something to be granted without any public debate on the topic.
Congress has until December 1 to strike down the amendment to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, otherwise it’ll come into force across the federal court system.
The key word here is “procedural.” By law, the rules and proposals are supposed to be procedural and must not change substantive rights. But the amendment to Rule 41 isn’t procedural at all. It creates new avenues for government hacking that were never approved by Congress.
EFF says that this change could also affect people outside the US so they should be “equally concerned.”
Making such a huge change via a ‘small’ procedural amendment sidesteps both legislative and public scrutiny.

With Rule 41, little-known committee proposes to grant new hacking powers to the government on EFF

As stated in the above article, not only will the Land of the Free be targeted with this new law, but undoubtedly users from any other nation.   

In its current incarnation, Rule 41 stipulates that magistrate judges can only authorize searches within their own jurisdiction. The amendment would allow them to issue warrants to hack into and seize information on a computer if its location has been “concealed through technical means.”

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), one of the more outspoken privacy advocates in Congress, slammed the proposal as a “sprawling expansion of government surveillance” and called on Congress to reject it.
“These amendments will have significant consequences for Americans’ privacy and the scope of the government’s powers to conduct remote surveillance and searches of electronic devices,” Wyden said in a statement. “Under the proposed rules, the government would now be able to obtain a single warrant to access and search thousands or millions of computers at once; and the vast majority of the effected computers would belong to the victims, not the perpetrators, of a cyber crime.”

“These are complex issues involving privacy, digital security and our Fourth Amendment rights, which require thoughtful debate and public vetting,” Wyden said. “Substantive policy changes like these are clearly a job for Congress, the American people and their elected representatives, not an obscure bureaucratic process.”

 That's certainly something to think about.
Share this page with everyone you know.  Whether they use TOR or VPN or not.
This is something that needs to be known worldwide.

Bless you all.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Brussels Bombing..... The WARNING

As a staunch supporter of Donald Trump, I'd like to point out that Trump nailed the Brussels attacks on the head.... IN JANUARY!

Twin bomb attacks that rocked the capital of Belgium this morning have served to throw fresh light on comments made by Donald Trump back in January when he was criticized for labelling Brusselos a "Juhadists Hellhole"
Radicalized Muslim ghettos like Molenbeek serve as breeding grounds for Islamic terrorism, with Paris massacre culprit Salah Abdeslam having been able to hide in and around the area for four months with the help of “friends and neighbors,” proving once again that many Muslims are sympathetic to jihadist sentiment.

Republican front runner Donald Trump identified Brussels as a jihadist hotbed back in January, but he was criticized for ‘insulting’ the Belgian capital by numerous media outlets and pundits.
Asked by Fox Business Network anchor Maria Bartiromo about his plan to put a temporary ban on Muslims entering the United States, Trump cited Brussels as an example of how the failure of immigrants to assimilate was ruining Europe.

..... Just Sayin'....

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Oregon standoff spokesman Robert 'LaVoy' Finicum killed

We all remember that stand-off in Oregon back in January?  We also remember that for no particular reason, protester LaVoy Finincum was shot and killed?

Now you get to see what REALLY happened.  Here is video from Shawna Cox's cell phone from INSIDE LaVoy's truck. This video was released two (2) days ago, on March 8, 2016.

Watch it, share it, send it to all your friends.  This is how the Law Enforcement deal with FREE SPEECH in the United States.

Saturday, January 30, 2016

FBI releases video footage of LaVoy Finicum shooting

By Kelly House | The Oregonian/OregonLive
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on January 28, 2016 at 8:30 PM, updated January 29, 2016 at 11:06 A

BURNS -- As state troopers trained their guns on Robert "LaVoy" Finicum along a secluded eastern Oregon highway, he reached twice for a pocket that police say contained a 9 mm semi-automatic handgun.
That's when they fatally shot Finicum, a video released Thursday by the FBI appears to show.
Read FBI statement
The federal agency played the video in an attempt to dispel rumors about the circumstances of Finicum's death two days earlier as he and other leaders of the armed standoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge were driving to a meeting.
Conflicting accounts of his shooting fueled outrage among supporters of the refuge occupiers and prompted the leader of a Northwest militia group to issue a call for members to report to Burns.
Greg Bretzing, a special agent with the FBI, said the footage provides an "honest and unfiltered view" of what happened.
The grainy video, taken from an FBI plane flying above the traffic stop where Finicum died Tuesday, depicts a dramatic scene that lasted several minutes and included a short high-speed chase.
It began as Oregon State Police officers and FBI agents stopped a Jeep and a white pickup as they traveled north on U.S. 395 toward John Day.
Finicum, an Arizona foster parent and rancher who acted as a spokesman for the occupation, drove the truck. It and the Jeep carried key leaders of the occupation that began Jan. 2. They were headed to a community meeting in John Day, with plans to spread their message against federal land control.
Instead, at 4:26 p.m., they were pulled over about 20 miles north of Burns.
Three occupants of the Jeep -- including Ammon Bundy, the son of controversial Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and a leader of the refuge takeover – got out.
In another frame, the video shows another occupation leader, Ryan Payne, getting out of the truck driven by Finicum, with his hands up. Three others remained in the pickup with Finicum, Bretzing said.
As police stood by with guns trained on the truck, Payne was arrested. Finicum and his passengers remained in the idle truck for about four more minutes as officers hollered for them to surrender, Bretzing said.
 That period was blacked out in the video, which resumed with footage of Finicum's truck speeding away from the scene. As officers trailed in a black SUV and fired shots at the truck, it rounded two bends in the road, then rammed into a snowbank to avoid a police roadblock. As it came to a stop, the truck nearly hit an officer who was standing alongside the road.
His hands raised, Finicum ran out of the car and toward the snowbank, yelling at police. Then, as police approached with guns drawn, he reached toward the left side of his waist. He began to put his hands back up, then reached down again.
Bretzing said Finicum was reaching toward a jacket pocket that contained a loaded 9 mm semi-automatic handgun.
The video shows Finicum being shot, then falling on his back. He raised his arm, then lay still.
"Actions have consequences," Bretzing said. "As the video clearly shows, it was a reckless action that resulted in consequences you have seen here today."
Finicum's truck, where three passengers remained, was stuck in the snowbank. Police released flash-bang devices, then capsules containing a tear gas-like substance. Once all passengers had left the pickup – about 10 minutes later – Finicum received medical attention.
Bretzing said troopers found two loaded .233 caliber semi-automatic rifles and one loaded .38 special revolver in the truck.
He wouldn't say how many times Finicum was shot, but acknowledged it was in the "single digits." He also wouldn't say whether Finicum had pulled his gun out of his pocket. The Deschutes County Major Incident Team is reviewing the shooting, a standard procedure in officer-involved shootings.
"We did everything we could to bring this to a peaceful resolution," Bretzing said.
Five people involved in the traffic stop were arrested while two were questioned and released. Those arrested were: Ammon Bundy, 40, of Emmett, Idaho; his brother, Ryan Bundy, 43, of Bunkerville, Nevada; Ryan W. Payne, 32, of Anaconda, Montana; Brian Cavalier, 44, of Bunkerville, Nevada; and Shawna J. Cox, 59, of Kanab, Utah.
Each was booked in the Multnomah County Detention Center, charged with a single count of conspiracy to impede officers from discharging their duties through the use of force, intimidation or threats. The crime carries a maximum six-year sentence and fines.
Separate from the traffic stop, police have arrested six more occupiers on the same charges. They are: Joseph Donald O'Shaughnessy, 45, of Cottonwood, Arizona; Jon Ritzheimer, 32, of Peoria, Arizona; Pete T. Santilli, 50, of Cincinnati; Jason Patrick, 43, of Bonaire, Georgia; Duane Leo Ehmer, 45, of Irrigon, Oregon, and Dylan Wade Anderson, 34, of Provo, Utah.

It's 26 minutes long, it's unedited as far as date & time are showing but other information has been classified (blacked out)

Details the whole scenario of what happened according to the official story

Now 2 things immediately jump out at me

The date says Jan 27th, the time of the start of the video however is 00:25 now normally this wouldn't raise any flags but it's clear daylight in the video

The time on the video just doesn't match the time of day, so what gives ? I've never been to Oregon before but I'm pretty sure they don't have daylight gone after midnight ?

Maybe the settings on the recording device where not calibrated to PST but that doesn't make much sense, why would they call in choppers from other timezone regions ?

Also the dates do not match FBI has it listed as Complete, Unedited Video of Joint FBI and OSP Operation 01/26/2016 but the date in video is 27th

Make of it what you will guys but right now I'm a little suspicious due to the amount of time they've had where it's entirely in the realms of possibility to stage their own version of what happened.

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