Category Archive: National Security Lies

Jun 11

U.S. Air Academy employs undercover informants to build cases on students

Most people who go off to college don’t worry about being shadowed by undercover government informants. But students at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs must contend with fellow students who are secretly working undercover for the government. And, of course, the government abuses and burns its snitches just as it does everyone …

Continue reading »

May 27

Algerian gets 10-year sentence for protesting a financial law

An Algerian blogger named Merzoug Touati was sentenced last week to 10 years imprisonment for providing intelligence to “agents of a foreign power” likely to damage Algeria. In January 2017, Touati was arrested after he posted an online video interview with an Israeli foreign ministry spokesman and a Facebook post in which he called for …

Continue reading »

May 19

“Beware of the day we get arms”: Iranian protesters chant as government shuts off internet and cell service

Deadly protests in the southern Iranian city of Kazerun have followed the government’s killing of two protesters and the arrests of many others. “After anti-riot forces were dispatched to the city from Shiraz, the people charged at them and hand-to-hand clashes ensued,” Iranian protesters, angry at government corruption, have gathered outside an Iranian police station. …

Continue reading »

Apr 29

Australian government seeks further expanded powers to surveil citizen bank accounts, phone records and internet use

Australia is a former British colony. Like the American colonies, it inherited the British common law and the liberties that came with it. And like everywhere else in the former British empire, Australia became prosperous and wealthy compared to the rest of the world. Just as in America and Britain, warrants signed by judges were …

Continue reading »

Apr 15

Syrian “chemical attack” was false flag operation carried out in real time under total public exposure

Governments no longer care that their false flag ‘terror attacks’ are now exposed by alternative news in real time. They rely on “mainstream” (government supporting and supported) “news media” to report the government version of events uncritically. On March 17–almost a month ago–“Russia Today,” the news network of the Russian government reported that “US instructors” …

Continue reading »

Dec 16

Trump Administration removes “climate change” as a “national security threat”

The greatest threat to national security has always been–and will always be–the government itself. Consider the “Operation Northwoods” documents, unclassified in the 1990s. The declassified documents showed that the 12 generals and admirals in the Joint Chiefs of Staff–who held the keys to the highest-level “national security” filing cabinets in Washington, D.C.–were planning to kill …

Continue reading »

Nov 09

TSA again fails 80 percent of security tests

In the aftermath of 9/11/2001, Congress created the “Transportation Security Administration,” the agency that strips, fondles, and molests the American people as they attempt to exercise their right to travel. The government claimed that private screeners were inadequate and only government agencies could be trusted to protect air travel from terrorists and hijackers. For more …

Continue reading »

Sep 14

Flea abandons dog: former CIA official quits Harvard teaching gig in protest of Chelsea Manning

A win-win for Harvard University today. Former CIA official and deep-state parasite Michael Morell has “abruptly resigned” from a teaching job at Harvard to protest the University’s hiring of recently-released patriot whistleblower Chelsea Manning. See here. Morell claimed Harvard ‘‘honors a convicted felon and leaker of classified information’’ by hiring Manning as a visiting fellow …

Continue reading »

Sep 12

Government failure: U.S. companies enforce their own rights in the global market

Interesting column by Steve Sherman. It seems a U.S. company, CoStar, was allegedly the victim of theft by a competitor named Xceligent. CoStar manages websites with information and photos of real estate properties for sale or rent. The company spends millions annually obtaining information and graphics. CoStar found that Xceligent was stealing its pics and …

Continue reading »

Sep 05

Government of Virgin Islands issues order allowing authorities to seize guns ahead of Hurricane Irma

During disasters and extreme weather, people often find their own government is a greater source of danger than their weather concerns. Every government ultimately comes for all property, all money, all freedom, and to kill or cage all who resist. Governments frequently wait for opportunities to disarm their subjects, and natural disasters provide one of …

Continue reading »

Older posts «