The open source revolution is coming and it will conquer the 1% - ex CIA spy. Robert David Steele, former Marine, CIA case officer, and US co-founder of the US Marine Corps intelligence activity, is a man on a mission.
But it's a mission that frightens the US intelligence establishment to its core.With 18 years experience working across the US intelligence community, followed by 20 more years in commercial intelligence and training, Steele's exemplary career has spanned almost all areas of both the clandestine world. Steele started off as a Marine Corps infantry and intelligence officer. After four years on active duty, he joined the CIA for about a decade before co-founding the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity, where he was deputy director.
Widely recognised as the leader of the Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) paradigm, Steele went on to write the handbooks on OSINT for NATO, the US Defense Intelligence Agency and the U.S. Special Operations Forces. Thailand: "Occupy Bangkok" Begins. Hundreds of thousands of protesters, hundreds of vehicles permanently occupy intersections across Bangkok in opposition of Wall Street-backed regime.
ATN , – The fourth, and largest mass mobilization yet by protesters seeking to rid Thailand of unelected dictator Thaksin Shinawatra and his proxy regime, has filled the streets of Bangkok with hundreds of thousands of protesters, turning sections of the city’s roads into walking streets, campsites, stages, and protest areas. The atmosphere was festive throughout the day, attracting huge numbers of people despite a campaign of threats and deadly terrorism by the regime in attempt to scare crowds away.
Protesters are demanding a series of reforms before elections are held, including the complete removal of Thaksin Shianwatra’s political machine. To understand why protests are drawing such immense, sustained crowds it would help to understand who Thaksin Shinawatra is and what he has done to Thailand. American Healthcare Debate Misses the Mark. Gibson writes: "The real healthcare debate in this country shouldn't be focused on insurance, but on the fundamental causes of the outrageous costs of healthcare and why even basic health insurance is unaffordable for millions of Americans.
" By Carl Gibson, Reader Supported News 04 January 14 he real healthcare debate in this country shouldn’t be focused on insurance, but on the fundamental causes of the outrageous costs of healthcare and why even basic health insurance is unaffordable for millions of Americans. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is an improvement over the status quo. Health insurers can no longer deny coverage based on pre-existing conditions, young adults can stay insured on their parents’ plans until they’re 26, and some states have chosen to expand Medicaid under the ACA. An Open Letter to The Occupy Wall Street Movement: You Were Right All Along. Photo: Occupy Wall Street Facebook page There is a vast total-information-awareness surveillance network made up of global corporations and subservient (captured) governments engaging in the systematic infiltration and suppression of social justice activist groups.
Their main method of control is the implementation of divide-and-conquer strategies. When it comes to activists, their approach is to apply these strategies to what they have defined as four distinct groups: Radicals, who see the system as corrupt are marginalized and discredited with character assassination techniques. Why I voted for an academic boycott of Israel. Michael S.
Roth slams the American Studies Assn. for "unfairly singling out Israel" in its vote to boycott that nation's academic institutions; he calls the action an "irresponsible attack on academic freedom. " As a 39-year member of the American Studies Assn. (ASA) and a Jewish American, I want to explain why Roth -- whose Op-Ed was published by The Times Dec. 20 -- is wrong and why I wholeheartedly support the organization's resolution. Occupy Madison builds first house in planned eco-village for the homeless. By Travis GettysFriday, December 27, 2013 10:52 EDT A homeless Wisconsin couple moved into a “tiny home” Christmas Eve they helped build with fellow Occupy Madison members.
Chris Derrick and Betty Ybarra had been living since April in an encampment at a county park with other members of the protest group, which plans to build more small homes with college students and other volunteers for the city’s growing homeless population. A citywide count in January found 831 homeless people – a 47 percent increase over three years – in Madison, where the average home sale costs nearly $300,000. The protest group, which grew out of the Occupy Wall Street movement to protest wealth inequality, put together teams of volunteers to build two houses using a basic blueprint that can be adapted to fit the creators’ tastes, reported the Wisconsin State Journal.
“It’s not just a shelter, it’s a commitment to a lifestyle,” said Brenda Konkel, who heads a tenants’ rights group in Madison. On The 100th Anniversary Of The Federal Reserve Here Are 100 Reasons To Shut It Down Forever. December 23rd, 1913 is a date which will live in infamy.
That was the day when the Federal Reserve Act was pushed through Congress. If You're #FedUp, Stand Up: A Movement Grows to Nationalize the Federal Reserve. “Give me control of a nation’s money supply, and I care not who makes its laws.”
-Mayer Amschel Rothschild One of the most profound signs I ever saw during my four months with Occupy Houston was during the very first week – it said, “I can’t afford a lobbyist. I am the 99 percent.” Occupy Wall Street began with that simple, familiar, populist rallying cry that brought everyone out to the encampments and the street demonstrations. Docs.evancarroll.com/politics/local/jamin/Taylor_Subpoena.pdf. Blacklisting Occupy Wall Street and Banksy: NBC's "The Blacklist"
Blacklisting Occupy Wall Street and Banksy: NBC's "The Blacklist" By Dennis Loo (11/13/13)
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All Week! Occupy Wall Street! When we unite our voices (and our social networks), we are more powerful than the broadcasting mass-media. By donating your account, you are helping to build a network to get the word out about important events and calls to action in supporting Occupy Wall Street and the global movement! Occupy Wall Street is a people-powered movement that began on September 17, 2011 in Liberty Square in Manhattan’s Financial District, and has spread to over 100 cities in the United States and actions in over 1,500 cities globally. Into Eternal Light and Love. In Deference to Great Men: Aaron Sorkin vs. the Occupy Movement. (Image: ©2013 Home Box Office, Inc.)HBO's "The Newsroom" aims to show the flaws of the mainstream media, by reporting the news in a different way. Yet, in examining the Occupy movement, it operated exactly like the media it is trying to critique.
Truthout needs your support to produce grassroots journalism and disseminate conscientious visions for a brighter future. Contribute now by clicking here. Let it be known that everything humans have learned in centuries of people fighting for social justice is wrong. Tell Martin Luther King, Eugene Debs, Howard Zinn, the Founding Fathers, Ghandi and anyone else who has wrestled the with daunting task challenging injustice in the face of immense power to turn on HBO and take some detailed notes. White Privilege Shapes the U.S. Here's what white privilege sounds like: I'm sitting in my University of Texas office, talking to a very bright and very conservative white student about affirmative action in college admissions, which he opposes and I support. The student says he wants a level playing field with no unearned advantages for anyone. I ask him whether he thinks that being white has advantages in the United States. The Occupy Money Cooperative.
‘Occupy Bakery’ Surprise, Surprise! All Occupiers Phones Were Logged. Photo Credit: Daryl Lang/Shutterstock.com June 6, 2013 | Like this article? Join our email list: Stay up to date with the latest headlines via email. In light of news that everyday the entire of telecom giant Verizon’s call system records are handed over to the NSA, news that attendees of Occupy Wall Street protest attendees’ cell phones were logged should hardly come as a shock.
Abdullah does not lead the cause of death blow to Hatay Cömert. The day the people of Turkey rose up — in pictures. Originally written for the Occupy revolt in America, you, the citizens of Turkey, are showing the people in the U.S. how it’s done. Occupy America not only stands with you, we stand awed and inspired by your bravery and fortitude. God bless you all. ————————————————– Three-Pronged Pitchfork The street, keeping time, feel the heat, When People Most Familiar With Wall Street Say This About It, You Know It's Time For Reform - Switch Your Bank. After watching Charlie Munger compare investment bankers to heroin addicts this morning (above), we had the idea to put together a list of people who’ve been directly involved at some level with Wall Street and are now outspoken critics.
Here’s what we’ve come up with so far: Neil Barofsky, former attorney general of SIGTARP: “They’re psychologically incapable—and I really do believe this—that the ego and the narcissism of these people, they’re unable to acknowledge fault, that they could actually make mistakes.” Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett’s business partner: “I do not think you can trust bankers to control themselves. Aaron Cohen, OC-Based Human Trafficking Fighter, Now Has Eyes Set on Helping to End Personal Debt. Article by Cindy Cafferty Weekly readers first met Aaron Cohen in a 2007 article detailing his escapades to rescue victims of labor and sexual slavery.
David Graeber, the Anti-Leader of Occupy Wall Street. Occupy Wall Street Members' Income and Education Backgrounds Analyzed in Study. Ozier Muhammad/The New York TimesOccupy Wall Street protesters in Midtown Manhattan on May 1, 2012. More than a third of the people who participated in Occupy Wall Street protests in New York lived in households with annual incomes of $100,000 or more, according to a study by sociologists at the City University of New York, and more than two-thirds had professional jobs. State of California Orders Walmart-Contracted Warehouse to Pay More than $1 Million in Stolen Wages. Posted on January 28th, 2013. Resistance in Bahrain: worker’s struggles. A 'Black Bloc' Emerges in Egypt. Last Updated, Saturday, 10:17 a.m. While using Twitter to narrate events in Tahrir Square on Friday, people in Egypt described tires burning in the street, protesters blocking traffic and hurling rocks, and police officers launching tear gas in an effort to break up crowds that had gathered to protest against the Muslim Brotherhood and the country’s new Islamist president.
Strike-Debt-Organizing-Kit.pdf. 99%—The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film. Director: Aaron Aites, Audrey Ewell, Aric Gutnick, Nina Krstic, Peter Leeman, Abby Martin, Lucian Read, Doree Simon, Katie Teague. The Idle No More Movement for Dummies (or, 'What The Heck Are All These Indians Acting All Indian-Ey About?') Saudi activists say kingdom trying to silence them. Human rights activists in Saudi Arabia say they're being targeted by the governmentProtests are prohibited in the deeply conservative Middle East nationDespite high-profile arrests, activists say they're finding their voice via Internet, social media. Occupy Harrisburg quietly ends after more than a year of 24/7 protesting. FBI OWS Documents. Open Letter to the FBI, From a Former Houston Occupier. Naomi Wolf’s ‘Shocking Truth’ About the ‘Occupy Crackdowns’ Offers Anything but the Truth. Why Naomi Wolf got it wrong - Opinion.
FBI Documents Reveal Secret Nationwide Occupy Monitoring. Revealed: how the FBI coordinated the crackdown on Occupy. Occupy Heavily Monitored for Potential Criminal Activity, HSBC Slapped on the Wrist for Actual Criminal Activity. The FBI – Drowning In Counter-Terrorism Money, Power and Other Resources – Will Apply The Term “Terrorism” To Any Group It Dislikes And Wants To Control And Suppress. Occupy Wall Street Forgives $100,000 of Medical Debt (and Counting!) Carl Gibson: FBI Should Investigate Bankers, Not Protesters. NYPD for hire: how uniformed New York cops moonlight for banks. The Top 10 Films that Explain Why the Occupy Movement Exists. NYPD Credits Occupy with the Drop in Crime After Sandy - National. Occupy Wall St protesters wipe $5m off America's debt. The Yes Men: What Is a Gift? From Scarcity to Abundance. Occupy Sandy: Onetime Protesters Find New Cause.
Where FEMA Fell Short, Occupy Sandy Was There. Mayor Bloomberg Owes OWS an Apology. Occupy Sandy: Why Activists Are Working with NYC Mayor, Police. Occupy Sandy Church Hit With 'Suspicious' Fire, Police Say. Rolling Jubilee. The Rolling Jubilee Mails its First Debt Forgiveness Letters. The Plot Against Occupy. Lock mess: Austin cops supplied incriminating devices to Occupy protesters. Oakland City Council Seeks to Cut Goldman Sachs Ties After Bank Profits from Lowered Interest Rates. Taibbi Joins Yves Smith on Moyers. Wall Street Owns The Country. Philadelphia Mayor Nutter Mic-Checked at Harvard. Public Information/Media Calvin and Hobbes explain Occupy Wall Street. JPMorgan Swap Deals Spur Probe as Default Stalks Alabama County. Right-wing documentary targets Occupy. Move Your Money Project. Why Now? What's Next? Naomi Klein and Yotam Marom in Conversation About Occupy Wall Street.
How to Investigate Your Elected Officials. Occupy SF Wants to Create a Credit Union. Occupy SF Protesters to Open People's Reserve Credit Union. Declaration of the Occupation of New York City. Occupy Voices. Www.mvla.net/teachers/HectorP/SoPol/Documents/APHOTUS/A People's History of the United States.pdf. Occupyresearch - home. Wiki. $7.7 Trillion to Wall Street - Anything to Keep the Banksters Happy! The More Americans That Go On Food Stamps The More Money JP Morgan Makes. Wall of text: I work in Wall Street and work in hedge fund analysis. I'm the only person in my office who supports OWS. : occupywallstreet.
House Democrat Introduces OCCUPIED Constitutional Amendment to Ban Corporate Money in Politics. Why Isn't Wall Street in Jail? Movers And Sheriff's Deputies Refuse Bank's Order To Evict 103-Year-Old Atlanta Woman.