Thursday, June 30, 2016
why digital / crypto currencies (e.g. bitcoin) keeps us in the same self-created traps as private / paper currencies
June 30, 2016 |
Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. In this week’s episode:
Story #1: 7 In 10 Americans Agree Economy Rigged Against Them
Hate Winning, As Clinton-Trump Race Too Close To Call, Quinnipiac University National Poll Finds; Neither Candidate Would Be Good President, Voters Say
Open Source Solutions: An Open Source Investigation
Thomas Freedman on Creating a Community Organization
Lessons in Resistance: Building Communities
Solutions: Guerrilla Gardening
Avoiding Economic Collapse: Complementary Currencies
Solutions: Make Your Own Media
Story#2: Wall Street Answers When You Call 911
Google’s Sidewalk Labs Wants To Run Public Transportation
Flashback: 6 US Cities Tamper With Traffic Cameras For Profit (Mar. 26, 2008)
Story #3: FEMA Contractor Predicts 'Social Unrest' Caused by 395% Food Price Spikes
Inside A Secret Government Warehouse Prepped For Health Catastrophes
Flashback: Revolution, Flashmobs, and Brain Chips. A Grim Vision of the Future
#GoodNewsNextWeek: West Virginia Comes Together After Historic Floods
#NewWorldNextWeek Headlines: Isn't It Amazing How Quickly Rigged Markets Can Be Brought Back Under Control?
Brexit Raises Doubts Over NATO-EU Military Cooperation
CFR Stooge Says, “It’s Time for the Elites to Rise Up Against the Ignorant Masses”
IRS Still Unrestrained on Asset Seizures Despite Deal to Return Confiscated Cash 🚨💰
Previous Episode: The Government of Mars Is Already Being Planned
Götz Wittneben spricht mit Marcel Claus über seinen Leidensweg als Soldat mit einer Posttraumatischen Belastungsstörung (PTBS)
Marcel Claus entschied sich nach der Zimmermanns-Lehre für die Karriere als Fallschirmspringer-Ausbilder bei der Bundeswehr. Er beschreibt die Härte seiner eigenen Ausbildung, die den Menschen zuweilen auf den Stand eines Tieres degradiert, das nur noch an Fressen und Überleben denkt. Aktiv bildete er in sechs Jahren etwa 4000 Soldaten, Männer wie Frauen, im Manuellen Fallschirmsprung aus, bei dem sich der Fallschirm sofort öffnet und die Soldaten mit bis zu 100 Kilo Gepäck, einschließlich Waffen, aus etwa 400 Meter Höhe abspringen. Fallschirmspringer haben in der militärischen Planung die Aufgabe hinter den Linien im sogenannten „Feindesland“ zu operieren, es zu „infiltrieren“.
Im Laufe der Jahre wurde er angesichts des Afghanistankriegs und des Irakkriegs immer kritischer im Umgang mit den politischen Zielen der Bundeswehr, was natürlich zu inneren Konflikten mit der eigenen Aufgabe führte. Im Januar/Februar 2008 nahm er an einem internationalen sogenannten „Kommandolehrgang“ in Frankreich teil, der sich als brutaler, menschenverachtender Selektionsprozess herausstellte. Marcel Claus wäre dort fast gestorben, wäre er nicht von einem Freund und Kameraden gerettet worden. Seitdem leidet er an einer Posttraumatischen Belastungsstörung und ist praktisch arbeitsunfähig. Seit 7 Jahren kämpft er vor Gerichten und Versorgungsämtern um die Anerkennung als Berufsgeschädigter bis hin zum Bundespräsidenten, v ergeblich. Marcel Claus will mit seinem öffentlichen Auftritt tausenden ehemaligen Soldaten Mut machen, die ein ähnliches Schicksal als traumatisierter Ex-Soldat erfahren, denen die Hilfe verweigert wird.
Posted on June 26, 2016, this interesting time-lapse video was captured near Sydney, Australia by owner of "Inner Sanctum Screen Printing" channel. -- The initial set of 3 trails appears relatively confined but ultimately morphs into a large bank of artificial Cirrus clouds. The single trails depart form typical aircraft chemtrails with their curious cork-screw appearance mostly at the beginning and end of each trail -- Later, we see an almost identical aerosol deployment of 3 trails suggesting they're released by drones, ground-based artillery or from cargo aircraft such as C-130 with a service ceiling above about 22,000 feet where normal cirrus clouds are formed. Original upload - https://youtu.be/M1gk2GLIzew
Simply and aptly named, Do Not Pay, the ingenious business of a 19-year-old Londoner has already saved citizens of the UK an estimated £2.9 million in civil fines for unjust parking tickets. Less than 2 years old, the already popular ‘Robot Lawyer’ service has assisted people in absolving some 160,000 tickets by helping users take advantage of the appeals process, which is generally overlooked and underused.
“DoNotPay uses a simple chat-based interface to guide users through a range of basic questions to establish if an appeal on their parking ticket is possible. These include queries on whether there were any visible parking signs at the location where the ticket was given. The AI lawyer then guides the user through the lengthy appeals process.” [Source]
Receiving too many parking fines near his home, and discovering that most could be dismissed through the appeals process, Joshua Browder was motivated to act, and created the artificial intelligence service that became an instant hit . The service is now free and easy for anybody to use, providing public legal advice that not only helps people to avoid paying excessive parking fines, but also to avoid having to hire expensive law firms to represent them in such relatively simple legal matters.
‘I felt bad, because I knew that these drivers would be forced to go to exploitative law firms to get their issues resolved. To solve this problem, I realised that the best way to help people would be to create a computer program that could talk to users, generate appeals and answer questions like a human. I decided to create the UK’s first robot lawyer for consumers.’ – Joshua Browder
Browder, a Stanford University student of economics and computer science, has already turned down offers to buy him out, and now that the service is operating in London and New York City, he plans to open a DoNotPay site for the city of Seattle next.
“The robot was designed by Joshua who received advice from professors. His original website took three weeks to build, but the robot has been trickier and longer to create.Donotpay was originally built to appeal parking fines, allowing motorists to pick one of 12 reasons of defence, then enter the relevant details and send a custom-generated appeal created by the website’s algorithm to the council in question.With a success rate of 40 per cent, based on an average parking penalty of £60, Joshua has helped thousands of drivers save a total of more than £2million in parking fines.He then it expanded it to help with other compensation battles.” [Source]
Revenue generation has sadly become a key priority for law enforcement agencies, and the reality is that government is frequently caught breaking their own laws in order to suck as much money as possible from the tax cattle. Browder’s views on exploitative policing are quite mature for someone of his demographic, and rather easy to comprehend for the public, especially to those who are familiar with the changing current of policing in the West, where departments now place greater emphasis on making money rather than ensuring public safety.
“I think the people getting parking tickets are the most vulnerable in society. These people aren’t looking to break the law. I think they’re being exploited as a revenue source by the local government.” [Source]
What do you think about ideas like this? Are we seeing the evolution of revolution, where ingenious young entrepreneurs take on state corruption by making common sense solutions easy and affordable for the public?
How much longer will the state permit the existence of services like these which directly threaten the rich revenue streams of corporatized, for-profit government?
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Vic Bishop is a staff writer for WakingTimes.com and OffgridOutpost.com Survival Tips blog. He is an observer of people, animals, nature, and he loves to ponder the connection and relationship between them all. A believer in always striving to becoming self-sufficient and free from the matrix, please track him down on Facebook.
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Auf dem vergangenen EU-Gipfel verkündete der EU-Kommissar Jean-Claude Juncker, dass die nationalen Parlamente von den weiteren CETA-Verhandlungen ausgeschlossen werden.
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