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Communicate if Your Government Shuts Off Your Internet

Communicate if Your Government Shuts Off Your Internet
From Wired How-To Wiki Scenario: Your government is displeased with the communication going on in your location and pulls the plug on your internet access, most likely by telling the major ISPs to turn off service. This is what happened in Egypt Jan. 25 prompted by citizen protests, with sources estimating that the Egyptian government cut off approximately 88 percent of the country's internet access. What do you do without internet? This article is part of a wiki anyone can edit. Preventive measures Make your network tangible Print out your contact list, so your phone numbers aren’t stuck in the cloud. Broadcast on the radio CB Radio: Short for "Citizens Band" radio, these two-way radios allow communication over short distances on 40 channels. Ham radio: To converse over these radios, also known as "amateur radios," you have to obtain an operator's license from the FCC. Microbroadcasting: Microbroadcasting is the process of broadcasting a message to a relatively small audience. Phone Fax Related:  Slavery past, today & future, NWO

Rabbi Says We are All to Become Slaves of the Jews (Jerusalem Post) –Tee hee A quote from the Talmud A senior Rabbi, Ovadia Yosefs is quoted in the Jerusalem Post as saying that all non-Jews (gentiles) are put on earth to be slaves of the Jews (see link to story below). I mentioned this slavery statement from the Talmud in my recent article, “Gaza & the Talmud Death Wish”, which has been made into a YouTube by the people at the Snordelhans channel at YouTube. (See video below). I explained that slavery, murder, rape and even pedophilia with three year olds, is encouraged in the ‘high strangeness’ of the Talmud. I hope to presume that most decent Jews don’t believe in the Talmud’s horrendous laws, but obviously some do, or the Jerusalem Post would not be quoting from the religious book. To put it in a proper perspective, imagine if a small group of welfare recipients on a housing project in Philadelphia were ranting in the press about enslaving America, how utterly silly would it be? Let's Do Lunch (pic:Colin Parker) PS.

Escalation. This week in Developmental Psychology class I presented a paper on dating violence in teenage relationships. I'm not going to rehash the paper here, because it's boring and Google-vulnerable, but I wanted to share the most interesting conclusion I found. How much conflict there is in a relationship, or the seriousness of the conflict issues, are not predictors of whether there will be violence. The biggest predictor is the degree to which conflicts in the relationship escalate. The studies I read looked at dating violence, which is not the same thing as dating abuse, although obviously there's lots of overlap. Dating violence simply means that there's hitting/shoving/slapping; emotional abuse and controlling behavior aren't factored in. The takehome is that we shouldn't be teaching teenagers (and grownups) to avoid conflict. De-escalation means bringing someone down from an irrational, emotionally hyperaroused, screamy-hitty state, but it does not mean appeasement. •Project calmness.

How much more evidence do you need? DHS trains to shoot pregnant women, old men, children with guns (see photos) (NaturalNews) The article which originally appeared here has been removed because it is no longer aligned with the science-based investigative mission of Natural News. In late 2013 / early 2014, Mike Adams (the Health Ranger), editor of Natural News, transitioned from outspoken activist to environmental scientist. He now runs the Natural News Forensic Food Lab, conducting world-class food science research and publishing scientific papers on food contaminants and nutritional analytics. Through scientific investigation powered by university-level analytical instrumentation, Adams found that, much like the majority of the population, he had been suffering over the past several years from chronic exposure to cumulative toxic elements found in the food supply, including in many organics and "superfoods." Notably, Adams found that exposure to toxic elements in foods altered his mindset, outlook on life and degree of happiness in the world. "Everything is at stake. • Scientific papers

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Wanting to Induce, Hospital Sends Police to "Overdue" Pregnant Mother Good thing this wasn't me... I would have had plenty of police visits as our local Virginia hospital started heavily pushing induction at 36 weeks. I never went back after the dominoes started falling (those leading to the ubiquitous 'domino effect' of U.S. hospital birth) and continued with our planned homebirth, which began in our baby's own perfect timing at 44 weeks, 1 day. For more on why 'due dates' are fictitious, see these articles: Why Pregnancy Due Dates are Inaccurate The Lie of the Estimated Due Date By Kate Sikora for Sydney, Australia's The Daily Telegraph Rochelle Allan, with husband Daniel Jones A HOSPITAL that wants a mother to have her baby induced sent police to her home after she failed to keep an appointment yesterday. Rochelle Allan, who is reluctant to be induced even though her baby is 12 days overdue, was told by the hospital they intended to go ahead with the procedure when she came in. "I couldn't believe it when I saw the police officers at my door," Ms Allan said.

Google est-il est le nouveau Big Brother Depuis quelques temps, on considère Google comme le diable incarné qui veut contrôler toute notre vie privée. La polémique a été lancée suite au propos d’Eric Schmidt, PDG de Google qui a affirmé que Google devait partager les données de ses utilisateurs si les autorités lui en faisaient la demande. Le fait est que Google est une entreprise américaine sous la coupe du Patrioct Act qui est une véritable absurdité à mon sens. Eric Schmidt a déclaré que si vous le ne voulez pas qu’on sache ce que vous faites, peut-être que vous ne devriez pas le faire. Cela fait des décennies que tout le monde sait qu’on laisse des traces sur le Net, et que tôt ou tard, cela pourrait nous retomber sur la gueule. On dirait qu’on vient à peine de s’apercevoir que Google conserve des tonnes de données à notre propos, et qu’il faut tout remettre à zéro. Ce qui me frappe est que la majorité est d’accord avec Mozilla, mais Google avait déjà divulgué des données dans le temps.

5 Horrifying Details Hidden in Classic Children's Cartoons Children's franchises like to put up a front that's all lollipops and rainbows, but scratch the surface and you find that those lollipops are produced by child slave labor, while all those rainbows are the offal resulting from a mass unicorn slaughter. All it takes is to look at these stories and characters through the cold, analytical eye of an adult with an enormous amount of spare time on his hands. #5. Via Losangelesstory The Care Bears are definitive proof that the writers of '80s kids' shows were still stoned from the '60s and '70s. Like most possessed children's toys, the Care Bears were on a mission: to ensure that children everywhere were developing into productive and happy members of society ... with specific emphasis on the "happy." Images"Which one of you fucking turds is sad?!" The Atrocity: First off, the Care Bears are surveying everything every single kid does, 24 hours a day. "Please, just take my money! #4. Via Nope. #3.

Chart Porn FEMA Concentration Camps: Locations and Executive Orders - Friends of Liberty (undated) 3sep04 FEMA Concentration Camps: Locations and Executive Orders Friends of Liberty (undated) 3sep04 [ Below: U.S. Concentration Camps: FEMA and the REX 84 Program - The Awakening News (undated) 3sep04] There over 800 prison camps in the United States, all fully operational and ready to receive prisoners. They are all staffed and even surrounded by full-time guards, but they are all empty. Operation Cable Splicer and Garden Plot are the two sub programs which will be implemented once the Rex 84 program is initiated for its proper purpose. The camps all have railroad facilities as well as roads leading to and from the detention facilities. Now let's review the justification for any actions taken... Executive Orders associated with FEMA that would suspend the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. EXECUTIVE ORDER 10990 allows the government to take over all modes of transportation and control of highways and seaports. Where are these camps? Opelika - Military compound either in or very near town. Ft.

From Capitalism To Democracy New World Order - Jigsaw The New World (Jesuit) Order and world tyranny: The Jesuit Order (EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK, TORAH ZONE) MORE: "The Agenda" is one term for the "new world order" used by the insiders / globalists -- the ILLUMINISTS, also called the ILLUMINATI. The Jesuits: Assassins, Teachers, Infiltrators, Tyrants The plan hatched by the United Nations at the end of WWII to exterminate the remaining "Jews" left in the world was to create (allow) them to move back to the land of Israel, promised to them by Yahuah so long ago. The Jesuits have designs to take control of the entire Earth, in order to bring everyone under the authority of "god" on Earth, the Pope. These two pictures literally illustrate what is happening. 2001 A Space Odyssey monolith UN Building, New York City The US Constitution is their primary obstacle, and it is under constant attack by infiltrating CFR members as "candidates" for US government offices 24/7. Or, as it is now translated by the U.S.

Reino Unido quiere implantar “cajas negras” que permitan espiar a los ciudadanos en la red La privacidad de los usuarios en el Reino Unido está en entredicho con el controvertido proyecto de ley que se debate en el Parlamento de Londres. De aprobarse, la ley permitirá que el Gobierno acceda a todo lo que se escribe y publica en la red. Mientras las autoridades hablan de un proyecto de ley sobre comunicación y datos que identifique diferentes tipos de crímenes, los críticos y defensores de derechos temen que el proyecto de ley sea capaz de crear un régimen totalitario online en el país. ¿Y cómo? Mientras, el Ministerio de Interior del Reino Unido dice que sólo se recopilará información y datos sobre el remitente y el destinatario pero no el contenido de la comunicación. Los primeros en hablar sobre el el peligro de esta regulación han sido activistas y defensores de la privacidad, quienes temen que la propuesta pase por encima de las libertades personales sin proporcionar la seguridad que se asegura. Tal y como está escrita, le da al gobierno un poder demasiado amplio.

Collapse of our modern world (NaturalNews) A lot of people believe the world as we know it is going to end on December 23, 2012. Nonsense, I say. The far more honest answer is that the end of the world as we know it has already begun. And it doesn't mean the end of the world; it means the closing of one era and the birth of a new one. It is a transition between the ages. But don't wait around for December 2012 to look for the signs. #1 - Tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunamis - At first it seemed like a fluke; but now it's a pattern. #2 - The silence of the bees - Colony Collapse Disorder continues to accelerate across North America. #3 - The failure of nuclear science - The Fukushima catastrophe proves one thing: Scientists are dangerously arrogant in their planning of large-scale projects, and they fail to account for the awesome power of Mother Nature. #4 - The vicious pursuit of Wikileaks - In an age of such rampant deceit, there is no room for the truth.

The Shadow Superpower - By Robert Neuwirth With only a mobile phone and a promise of money from his uncle, David Obi did something the Nigerian government has been trying to do for decades: He figured out how to bring electricity to the masses in Africa's most populous country. It wasn't a matter of technology. David is not an inventor or an engineer, and his insights into his country's electrical problems had nothing to do with fancy photovoltaics or turbines to harness the harmattan or any other alternative sources of energy. Instead, 7,000 miles from home, using a language he could hardly speak, he did what traders have always done: made a deal. He contracted with a Chinese firm near Guangzhou to produce small diesel-powered generators under his uncle's brand name, Aakoo, and shipped them home to Nigeria, where power is often scarce. David's deal, struck four years ago, was not massive -- but it made a solid profit and put him on a strong footing for success as a transnational merchant. I like the phrase. We should be too.