Archives 3rd June 2015

‘As SHTF has previously noted, the likelihood of a forced RFID implant under the guise of a martial law pandemic emergency might be a little too obvious, as far as future tyranny goes.

Before it comes to that, it seems plenty of people will be voluntarily subjecting themselves to cattle-like status, by jumping at the chance to ditch the inconvenience of a wallet and get a “smarter” payment system that can be embedded under their skin.’

Read more: Trendies Ready for Ultimate Wearable: 'Chip Implanted in Their Skin Used for Payments'

‘One of the most effective means the elite use today to get their way and push a particular agenda is to make it “hip, swinging and very, very cool”. Another way is to simply tell you what is obsolete and “out dated”. Who wants to be “behind the times”? Certainly not someone who is looking for the next “really cool” gadget! No, this particular person wants to be on the “cutting edge” of the “next big thing”!

Enter the banking cabal and their desire to have total and absolute control of your life through your banking account and your means of transacting business.

Think my “tin foil hat” is screwed on a little tight? Well, how about this gem that was released earlier today in England.’

Read more: Pushing You Into a Cashless Society

‘The transfer to cashless transactions means the construction of global “concentration camp” supervised by bankers. All transactions will be monitored by electronic means. Cashless account holders will have their behavior and even thoughts under control. In case of “deviations” accounts will be blocked. In practice it will be a death sentence. The 100% cashless world will turn into a concentration camp with prisoners sent to the otherworld without gas chambers and executions.’

Read more: Gratuitous Democracy or Banking Concentration Camp

‘Plans to move the National Health Service (NHS) to a seven-day service could be hampered by increased pressure on staff, coupled with £22 billion worth of further cuts, a report has warned.

The report from healthcare think tank The Nuffield Trust comes as Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced a clamp down on excessive NHS spending on agency staff.

The Nuffield Trust said Tory plans to cut spending and increase operating hours of the NHS could create staff burnout which “could hamper progress at a time of immense pressure on the NHS.”’

Read more: £22billion NHS cuts and ‘staff burnout’ could halt Tory reforms – health trust

‘Think that since you “aren’t breaking any laws,” police brutality doesn’t affect you? Well, that’s certainly not the case in one Michigan city. Instead of violent cops paying for their own wrong-doings, the legal expenses associated with police brutality will come directly from taxpayer pockets.

The city of Inkster is giving residents a one-time tax hike to pay for the massive settlement for Floyd Dent, a man brutally beaten during a traffic stop.

In January, police were caught on camera brutally dragging Dent from his vehicle, then choking, beating, and tasing him. Dent had no criminal history and did not appear to be resisting arrest in the footage.’

Read more: Michigan City Raises Citizens’ Taxes to Pay for Police Brutality

‘Much to the surprise of the general public, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of expanded the ability of law enforcement to search without warrants.

Justice Samuel Alito wrote for the majority of the court which ruled 6 to 3 that “when occupants of a residents disagree on whether they will admit police without a warrant, the objecting occupant must be physically present,” the Washington Post reported. “That doesn’t change if police have removed the objector,” the court added.’

Read more: Supreme Court Rules Police DO NOT Need A Warrant To Search Your Home

‘Della Curry is out of work, and unashamed, after being fired by the Cherry Creek School District.
A married mother of two, Curry is the former kitchen manager at Dakota Valley Elementary School in Aurora. She lost her job on Friday after giving school lunches to students who didn’t have any money.

“I had a first grader in front of me, crying, because she doesn’t have enough money for lunch. Yes, I gave her lunch,” Curry said.

In the district, students who fail to qualify for the free lunch or reduced lunch program receive one slice of cheese on a hamburger bun, and a small milk.

Curry says that meal is not sufficient. Many times she paid for lunches out of her own pocket.’

Read more: Kitchen Manager Fired For Giving Lunch To Students Without Money

‘An investigation into edits to Wikipedia pages by Australian police has found they have modified the page of 15-year-old Tyler Cassidy – killed by the Victoria Police department in 2008 – 17 times, removing any wording seemingly critical of the incident.

Cassidy, believed to be the youngest person ever killed by a police officer in Australia, was at a skate park when he was shot repeatedly by police who claim he had run at them while brandishing two knives.

The edits to the page include deleting a section stating that the incident was “blamed on a lack of training and information gathering performed by Victoria Police. As a result of this incident all police officers who might come into contact with armed individuals during the course of their duties are required to undergo biyearly five day refresher courses.”’

Read more: Rewriting History: Aussie Cops Edit Wikipedia Page on Teen They Killed

‘Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, has urged Britons to fight the government’s plans to extend the country’s surveillance powers, and act as a worldwide leader for promoting good governance on the web.

Berners-Lee said Britain had “lost the moral leadership” on privacy and surveillance, following the revelations of the former National Security Agency contractor, Edward Snowden.

Speaking before the Web We Want Festival in London’s Southbank Centre, which starts on Saturday, Berners-Lee expressed concern about the UK government’s decision to reintroduce a beefed-up version of the “snooper’s charter”.’

Read more: Tim Berners-Lee urges Britain to fight 'snooper's charter'