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Surviving the future: 10 Things To Do – NOW!


It matters not if an asteroid hits the Earth or the economic collapses or a pandemic flu engulf the world or ….. or ….. .

A major emergency can cause anything from mild inconvenience to total societal breakdown.

What does matter is how you will look after yourself and your loved ones.Here’s the key points:

  1. Learn New Skills
  2. Improve Your Health
  3. Store Backup Food
  4. Create a How-To Library
  5. Start a Side Business
  6. Gather Trade-able Goods
  7. Build Community Alliances
  8. Alternative Energy
  9. Water Purification
  10. Love & Appreciate

From: http://youtu.be/nQQqYb4CIEE by https://www.youtube.com/user/NewAmericaNow

” A quick overview of the Top Ten things to consider in preparing for Surviving 2012.

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Inspired by the article:  http://www.activistpost.com/2012/01/10-things-to-do-to-survive-2012.html

 

7/7 Kollerstrom and Farrell


Again, reposted in case you haven’t come across this anywhere else.

Vid from: http://youtu.be/t8NZhl-ogoY

Kevin West’s new film has been specially made to mark the 7th anniversary of the 7th July 2005 London bombings. It includes some of the new footage released by the sham Enquiry into the bombings held in 2010/11 and the subsequent release of more disinformation about what is supposed to have happened that day.

Based on and idea by Tony Farrell, sit back and watch Tony and Nick deal a pack of cards itemising many of the key points overlooked in the discredited and chaotic so-called ‘official story’.

It is a witty, refreshing and sometimes moving reappraisal, giving emphasis to the human cost seldom explored in other films on the subject. The events of 7 7 are delivered with energy by Nick and Tony. Belinda McKenzie also lends a hand to the proceedings — a fighter for truth and justice in the world…

 

Roger Hayes Arrested, Tried In Secret Court & Imprisoned


See the original article from:http://www.ukcolumn.org/article/roger-hayes-arrested-tried-secret-court-imprisoned

Via: http://www.nominedeus.co.uk/?p=1962

Back in early February 2012, Roger gave a talk on the Lawful Bank to Manchester We Are Change (see: https://escapeesblog.wordpress.com/2012/02/05/lawful-bank-presentation-2012-02-02-manchester/?preview=true&preview_id=2236&preview_nonce=8dd6025cf5).

At about 1:13:19 I stated obvious: “You’re the ringleader – THEY’ll do you in.”.

Well, it seems like THEY are trying to start the process.

 

Britain: Most intrusive surveillance regime in the West


Vid from: http://youtu.be/pzU76vRsZeE

” The UK has found another way to snoop into its citizens’ affairs. Internet and phone companies are set to install so-called ‘black boxes’, which will monitor e-mails, social networking activity and calls, and store data for a year. The authorities insist that only limited details will be kept, but activists are raising privacy concerns. “

From: https://rt.com/news/uk-privacy-internet-freedom-186/

” Internet privacy issues are again in the spotlight as a controversial bill is debated in London’s Parliament. Its adoption will allow the UK government to spy on what Brits write and post online.

While authorities say the Communications Data Bill creates a so-called ‘intelligence picture’, critics and lawmakers fear the bill will build a totalitarian online regime in the UK. If adopted, the bill will grant British intelligence full access to UK citizens’ web communications – secret services will be able to monitor who is talking to whom, when, and where in the country.

The UK Home Office says ‘communications data’ will only gather information about the sender and recipient of a piece of communication such as an email or instant message, but not the content of the communication.The architects of the legislation claim the idea is to protect the public against crimes like terrorism and child abuse.

‘Black boxes’ will be installed by internet services providers to filter & decode encrypted materials – including social media and email messages, something which critics say will have an impact on personal privacy.

“As written, it gives the Secretary of State far too broad a power. It allows data collection exercises that are perfectly reasonable – but would also allow pervasive black boxes that would monitor every online information flow; an idea which is clearly unacceptable,” Julian Huppert, the Liberal Democrat MP has told the Financial Times.

Internet freedom activists fear this latest infringement on personal liberties will not provide more security.

Web advocate, Aaron Swartz warned RT “either a rogue guy, ISP employees, rogue government officials or hackers [would] just break into the ISP and steal all this personal information.”

The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA) already grants UK law enforcement the ability to monitor ISP and website phone and email records, but the new document would ensure that all providers keep tabs on their users.

Swartz has told RT the new proposal will be “almost like opening up every letter sent through the post office so the government can make a copy – ‘just in case’.”

UK taxpayers will pick up the estimated £1.8bn cost of the new programme over the next 10 years.

The UK government is creating a massive risk for every citizen and business in the country with such a move, believes Jim Killock, executive director of the Open Rights Group.

“If you collect all of this information in one place and then create a sort of secret somewhat protected door for law enforcement to go and view the data and to make queries, then you set that door up to be broken into for absolutely anybody on the Internet,” he told RT. “And that means that there are going to be a lot of people from governments through to criminal gangs who would start thinking ‘this could be really, really useful to us, why don’t we have a go at it.’”

 

Pinochet documentary screening sets off riot in Chilean capital


All over the world, The People are rising up against their oppressors.
Of course there will always be a section who will fight for the status quo.

Article from: http://elpais.com/elpais/2012/06/14/inenglish/1339679828_938138.html

More than two dozen people were seriously injured and 64 were arrested after a riot broke out in Santiago on Sunday during a screening of a new documentary honoring the late dictator Augusto Pinochet. …

At a nearby square, hundreds of demonstrators held what began as a peaceful protest against the Pinochet supporters. Chanting “murderer, dictator, thief,” about a hundred masked protestors rushed toward the theater, which was heavily blocked off by police.

More than 500 officers in full riot gear responded by firing tear gas and water cannon to prevent them from disrupting the screening. Officers pinned many demonstrators down during the two-hour skirmish. “The authorities who are currently in control were part of the Pinochet regime and were involved in genocide. That is why they are still trying to repress us,” said Lorena Pizarro, president of the Association of Families of Arrested and Disappeared. …

Vid from: http://youtu.be/OJtWdjnFmRw

 

Coming up: 7/7 Ripple Effect 2


Here’s the trailer for the Ripple Effect 2. The full film will be released on  the 7th anniversary of that fateful day –7th July 2012 (Saturday).

Direct link: http://jforjustice.net/77re2.html).

Vid: http://youtu.be/IRVljxnrTVQ

 

Jobs and War


Seems so appropriate just now –

  • youngster finding it difficult to get a first job,
  • indebted graduates ending up working in call centres,
  • us older-timers have to work till they’re 70,
  • privatisation of constabularies,
  • private security/mercenary firms recruiting  for the Olympic Games,
  • war on the horizon with Iran and Syria.

From: http://www.eatliver.com/i.php?n=8992

 
 
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