Here’s what I want you to do…
I want you to give me your opinion of what is going on with Wikileaks by posting it below in the comments area.
I will then read the comments and discuss them on the radio show this week!
Yours in health…
December 6th, 2010
By: Paul Joseph Watson
In light of new reports alleging that the TSA is creating a watch list of individuals who criticized the agency as a form of collective punishment, it’s revealing to note that CNN journalist Drew Griffin was also put on a TSA watch list immediately after he filed reports critical of the organization back in 2008.
As we highlighted earlier this week, a reported TSA memo was circulated at the height of last month’s opt out controversy which “officially addresses those who are opposed to, or engaged in the disruption of the implementation of the enhanced airport screening procedures as ‘domestic extremists’.”
In response to the story, former Congressman Bob Barr filed a Freedom of Information Act request which demanded to know if the TSA had categorized those leading the charge against invasive security measures, namely Matt Drudge, Alex Jones, and John Tyner, via the websites drudgereport.com and prisonplanet.com, as “domestic extremists”.
There can be no doubt whatsoever that Homeland Security has engaged in political witch hunts against Americans critical of big government. Earlier this year, Big Sis was caught spying on Tea Party groups as well as State Representative Daryl Metcalfe.
The TSA itself has also listed journalists critical of its policies as potential terrorists, ostensibly as a punishment and a warning to other reporters that if they broadcast anything negative about the agency then they will be bracketed together with Al-Qaeda members and be forced to endure copious amounts of hassle and harassment every time they wish to fly.
Shortly after he began a series of investigative reports that were critical of the TSA in May 2008, CNN journalist Drew Griffin was placed on a watch list that at the time had swelled to over a million names. TSA claimed that he was unfortunate enough to share the name with another Drew Griffin who had been legitimately placed on the list, but then denied that he was on the list altogether and blamed the airlines. The airlines responded by saying they were merely following a list provided to them by the TSA.
“Coincidentally, this all began in May, shortly after I began a series of investigative reports critical of the TSA,” said Griffin. “Eleven flights now since May 19. On different airlines, my name pops up forcing me to go to the counter, show my identification, sometimes the agent has to make a call before I get my ticket,” Griffin reported. “What does the TSA say? Nothing, at least nothing on camera. Over the phone a public affairs worker told me again I’m not on the watch list, and don’t even think that someone in the TSA or anyone else is trying to get even.”
Given the fact that the TSA has made a habit out of deceiving the American people and spinning the truth about airport security, the notion that Griffin was deliberately targeted by the TSA as a punishment for his critical reports about the agency is almost a given.
The fact that the TSA curtailed its so-called ‘imperative’ security measures for several days around Thanksgiving as a political ploy to deflate the opt out day protest shows that the agency will go to any lengths to deflect criticism.
The TSA has now announced that it will check the name of every traveler against a government watch list 72 hours before they fly, greasing the skids for “domestic extremists” who exercise their first amendment right to speak out against the TSA to be harassed and hindered.
Former Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff was later confronted on the Griffin case by Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee. Chertoff parroted the TSA line in claiming that Griffin merely had the same name as another suspected terrorist.
The outcome of Bob Barr’s FOIA request is eagerly awaited as it will give an insight into how the TSA responded internally to the national outrage surrounding body scanners and pat downs, while also giving an indication as to whether people like Matt Drudge and Alex Jones were placed on a watch list for having the temerity to stand up to children being sexually molested by low-paid thugs in uniforms.
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December 6th, 2010
By: Ryan Singel
Federal law enforcement agencies have been tracking Americans in real-time using credit cards, loyalty cards and travel reservations without getting a court order, a new document released under a government sunshine request shows.
The document, obtained by security researcher Christopher Soghoian, explains how so-called “Hotwatch” orders allow for real-time tracking of individuals in a criminal investigation via credit card companies, rental car agencies, calling cards, and even grocery store loyalty programs. The revelation sheds a little more light on the Justice Department’s increasing power and willingness to surveil Americans with little to no judicial or Congressional oversight.
For credit cards, agents can get real-time information on a person’s purchases by writing their own subpoena, followed up by a order from a judge that the surveillance not be disclosed. Agents can also go the traditional route — going to a judge, proving probable cause and getting a search warrant — which means the target will eventually be notified they were spied on.
The document suggests that the normal practice is to ask for all historical records on an account or individual from a credit card company, since getting stored records is generally legally easy. Then the agent sends a request for “Any and all records and information relating directly or indirectly to any and all ongoing and future transactions or events relating to any and all of the following person(s), entitities, account numbers, addresses and other matters…” That gets them a live feed of transaction data.
It’s not clear what standards an agent would have to follow to get a “Hotwatch” order. The Justice Department told Soghoian the document is the only one it could find relating to “hotwatches” — which means there is either no policy or the department is witholding relevant documents.
The Justice Department did not return a call for comment.
Every year, the Justice Department does have to report to Congress the numbers of criminal and national security wiretaps undertaken, as well as the number of National Security Letters issued. Tens of thousands of NSLs are issued yearly — most with gag orders that forbid ISPs or librarians from ever saying they have ever been served with such a subpoena.
But the Justice Department does not report or make public the number of times it got real time or historic cell phone location information, nor how often it is using these so-called “hotwatch” orders.
December 6th, 2010
By: Mara Gay
Julian Assange may be getting some unlikely company.
If Nigeria has its way, former Vice President Dick Cheney will be next on Interpol’s international “wanted” alert, for bribery charges related to his time as the CEO of Halliburton.
Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency says it plans to file charges against Cheney in connection with $180 million in bribes a Halliburton subsidiary paid to Nigerian officials to help secure a $1.2 billion contract during his tenure as head of the company. “We are filing charges against Cheney,” Femi Babafemi, the country’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission chief, told Reuters today.
Halliburton admitted to the charges in a U.S. court last year and paid $579 million in civil penalties, but Cheney himself was not implicated.
Now, though, Nigerian officials want to try Cheney, and on their own turf at that. Apparently they plan to ask Interpol, the international police agency, to issue an alert for the former vice president in the next three days, similar to the one issued for WikiLeaks head Assange. The alert “will be issued and transmitted through Interpol,” Godwin Obla, chief counsel for the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, told Bloomberg.
December 6th, 2010
By: Deborah Hastings
Seemingly everyone wants a piece of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange this week, with Interpol, Sweden, the United States, Australia, Sarah Palin, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Bill O’Reilly joining the posse.
Palin says he should be hunted down “like al-Qaida.” O’Reilly calls him a “sleazebag.” Government officials want him tried for espionage, and Interpol is after him for alleged sex crimes. Others want him banned from the Internet.
Good luck with all of that. The 39-year-old recluse and self-described misfit — whose latest secret-documents dump comprises more than 250,000 diplomatic memos — has been on the lam for months.
So where is he? This month he’s apparently been in London, where he gave an interview to Forbes magazine, posted online this week after the chat was recorded at an undisclosed London apartment. The Australian native has cut and dyed his hair again to avoid detection, and promised that his site’s rage-inspiring and ongoing upload of U.S. State Department documents was only the beginning — of his latest controversy.
Up next is the disclosure of thousands of damning internal documents showing corruption by a major American bank, he told Forbes. But Assange won’t say which bank or give specifics of what it did wrong. That’s not unusual for a man who is both revered and reviled.
Assange has been laying low for several weeks now, staying with friends, using credit cards owned by others or paying in cash, canceling public appearances at the last minute or sending others in his stead. He is dogged by rape allegations in Sweden and is now under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department and his native Australia.
On Monday, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said Assange was under criminal investigation by federal agents. “This is not saber-rattling,” he told reporters at a news conference, The Associated Press reported. Saying the Obama administration condemns the publication of classified State Department documents, Holder said the posts endangered national security and the safety of diplomats abroad.
Secretary of State Clinton said much the same. “Some mistakenly applaud those responsible,” Clinton said in Washington this week. “There is nothing laudable about endangering innocent people.”
Not true, Assange shot back in a series of e-mails to ABC News from a clandestine hideout. “U.S. officials have for 50 years trotted out this line when they are afraid the public is going to see how they really behave,” he wrote.
Apparently, only one country welcomes him — Ecuador, which offered him residency, Reuters reported today. The South American country is highly critical of U.S. doctrines and policies.
Earlier this month, Sweden issued an international sex crimes warrant against Assange in connection with two incidents in which women claimed rape and molestation. Assange said both interludes were consensual sex. This week, he was placed on Interpol’s wanted list, according the agency’s website.
Assange fled to Sweden in August, seeking protection for WikiLeaks under the country’s whistle-blowing laws after he posted nearly 400,000 classified documents pertaining to the Iraq war. Weeks before, he had posted some 77,000 classified Pentagon documents on the Afghan conflict.
Then the rape allegations surfaced, and Assange was on the run again.
In October, he sat for an interview in London with The New York Times, sporting a beanie cap and a wispy beard and speaking just above a whisper lest he be overheard. The former computer hacker said, essentially, that he was doing the Lord’s work in publishing leaked secret and classified documents.
“By being determined to be on this path, and not to compromise, I’ve wound up in an extraordinary situation,” he said.
December 6th, 2010
By: Lauren Frayer
The American company that provided WikiLeaks’ domain name pulled the plug overnight because of cyber-attacks that it said threatened the other half-million websites it hosts. But within hours, the whistle-blower website had popped back up with a new Swiss domain name.
The company, EveryDNS.net, issued a statement on its website saying that it provided WikiLeaks’ domain name until 10 p.m. EST Thursday, “when such services were terminated.”
“WikiLeaks.org has become the target of multiple distributed denial of service attacks. These attacks have, and future attacks would, threaten the stability of the EveryDNS.net infrastructure,” the company said in another statement cited by The Associated Press. It said it alerted WikiLeaks to the shutoff 24 hours ahead of time.
The whistle-blower website has been the target of unknown hacker attacks after publishing three huge troves of classified U.S. documents from the military and diplomatic services, which has outraged Washington. Some American lawmakers have called for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, an Australian citizen, to be prosecuted under the U.S. Espionage Act.
Authorities in Sweden are seeking Assange’s detention for questioning in a sexual assault investigation, and Interpol has issued a “Red Notice” for his arrest, though he’s not been formally charged. The reclusive 39-year-old has said he believes the sexual assault allegations are part of the same hacker campaign to attack WikiLeaks and discredit him.
After EveryDNS severed WikiLeaks’ domain name, the website wikileaks.org ceased to exist. But within hours, the website was available with a new suffix: wikileaks.ch. The content has also popped up on several other websites, including one called Cablegate. In the past, Assange has said his group has contingency plans in place if its Web infrastructure is disabled somehow. It’s unclear whether the Swiss domain name and Cablegate are part of those plans.
On Twitter, WikiLeaks acknowledged that its domain name had been “killed” and asked for donations to “KEEP US STRONG,” it said in all-caps. Later, it posted its new Swiss domain name with a message saying, “WikiLeaks moves to Switzerland.”
EveryDNS is following in the footsteps of the online megastore Amazon.com, which initially allowed WikiLeaks to temporarily use its servers to distribute its latest leak of U.S. diplomatic cables, after cyber-attacks on the website last weekend. But after pressure from Sen. Joe Lieberman and other U.S. lawmakers, Amazon decided to evict WikiLeaks from its servers Wednesday.
Anticipating potential cyber-attacks because of its controversial work, WikiLeaks has long hosted its content on several different servers around the world. The number is unknown, but one of them is the Swedish host Bahnhof, which continues to carry WikiLeaks content today, the AP reported. It’s unclear how many others exist.
Amazon denied succumbing to U.S. pressure to evict WikiLeaks and said it decided to do so because the whistle-blower group violated its policies by publishing material it didn’t own or control the rights to.
“When companies or people go about securing and storing large quantities of data that isn’t rightfully theirs, and publishing this data without ensuring it won’t injure others, it’s a violation of our terms of service, and folks need to go operate elsewhere,” the company said.
Afterward, WikiLeaks wrote on Twitter that if the online bookseller was “so uncomfortable with the First Amendment [of the U.S. Constitution], they should get out of the business of selling books,” MSNBC reported.
December 6th, 2010
The Wall Street Journal
By: Julian Barnes and Jeanne Whalen
PayPal, the online payment service, on Friday joined a growing number of companies which either pulled or threatened to pull Internet-support services to the controversial document-leaking website.
PayPal, owned by online auction giant eBay Inc., said in a statement on its blog that it has permanently barred a donations account used by WikiLeaks because it had violated the service’s “acceptable use policy.” That policy states “our payment service cannot be used for any activities that encourage, promote, facilitate or instruct others to engage in illegal activity.”
A PayPal spokesman was not immediately available for comment beyond the terse statement, which otherwise said only WikiLeaks had been notified of the action.
PayPal’s move is a major blow to WikiLeaks, which has raised much of its funding through small donations processed by the payment system. WikiLeaks’ website says it still accepts donations by bank transfer, and via credit-card payments processed by a firm called Datacell. It also accepts checks at a post-office box in Australia.
WikiLeaks had a brief hiccup with PayPal once before, when PayPal demanded explanations for a surge and subsequent fall in donations to WikiLeaks.
On Friday, WikiLeaks’ Internet domain name, wikileaks.org, was inaccessible after a U.S. domain-name service provider, EveryDNS.net, said it had withdrawn service to WikiLeaks.
Meanwhile, France’s industry minister said France was planning to stop a French company, OVH SAS, from hosting the WikiLeaks site, which he described as “criminal.”
The news followed Amazon.com Inc.’s decision earlier this week to stop hosting WikiLeaks from its Web servers after pressure from members of Congress. Amazon denied that government pressure played a role, saying that WikiLeaks violated Amazon’s “terms of service” by posting material it didn’t own, and that could cause injury to other people. WikiLeaks also uses servers in several European countries, including Sweden and Belgium.
On its Twitter feed, WikiLeaks posted a tweet from one of the founders of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a non-profit group that advocates internet freedoms: “The first serious infowar is now engaged. The field of battle is WikiLeaks.”
WikiLeaks managed to partly maneuver around the problems, posting a numerical Internet Protocol, or IP, address on its Twitter feed to help the public reach WikiLeaks by a different route. It also moved its main site to a new Swiss address—wikileaks.ch—and posted the address on Twitter.
WikiLeaks’ nomadic moves mirrored those of its founder, Julian Assange, who has moved from country to country in recent months, and kept out of sight in recent days, as pressure on him has mounted. He popped up briefly Friday to do an online interview with readers of the Guardian newspaper, saying he and some colleagues were “taking the appropriate precautions” to safeguard themselves against “the threats against our lives.”
WikiLeaks’ publication of hundreds of thousands of secret U.S. government documents in recent months has provoked anger in some quarters, with several U.S. politicians calling for Mr. Assange’s prosecution.
Mr. Assange is also under pressure from Swedish authorities, which have issued a European Arrest Warrant calling for his detention. They want to question him on allegations that he raped one woman and molested another during a visit to Sweden this summer. He denies the allegations and calls them part of a “smear campaign.”
A series of anonymous “denial of service” attacks on WikiLeaks have also undermined the Web site’s ability to function in recent weeks. People coordinating such malicious attacks use a network of often virus-infected computers to make multiple requests to call up a website, which can overwhelm the site.
EveryDNS.net said the attacks forced it to stop supporting WikiLeaks’ domain name at 10 p.m. EST on Thursday. The attacks “threaten the stability of the
EveryDNS.net infrastructure,” which serves 500,000 websites, the group said. The move meant that Internet users couldn’t access the site as usual by typing wikileaks.org. EveryDNS.net said it sent WikiLeaks a warning notice 24 hours in advance. “Any downtime of the wikileaks.org website has resulted from its failure to use another hosted DNS service provider,” EveryDNS.net said.
On its Twitter feed early Friday, WikiLeaks said: “WikiLeaks.org domain killed by US everydns.net after claimed mass attacks KEEP US STRONG.” The tweet linked to a donations page for WikiLeaks.
Responding to the French minister’s demand that it stop hosting WikiLeaks, meanwhile, OVH founder Octave Klaba said he discovered via the press his company’s infrastructure was hosting Wikileaks.
“The system is fully automatic and works 24/7,” Mr. Klaba wrote on an OVH employee forum. “OVH is neither for nor against this site.”
OVH’s next move will be to ask a French court to rule whether the site is legal or not, Mr. Klaba added, without specifying which court. “We hope the judge will give his decision before tonight or tomorrow. And OVH will implement the decision immediately,” he wrote. Mr. Klaba wrote that his client had paid less than €150 (about $200) for OVH’s services.
It’s that time of year again when doctor’s offices and retail stores are pushing you to get a flu shot. Many of you have written me concerned because your employer has forced you to get a vaccination or your child’s school has forced them to get vaccinated. Here are some tips on what to do before AND after a forced vaccination directly from three of my dearest friends, Fred Van Liew and Dr. Jeff McCombs.
Since homeopathy was 98% successful in treating the flu in 1918, I would use it for treatment of the flu, as well as for pre- and post-vaccine usage. In 1918, they used Gelsemium and Byronia. MDs had a 30% death rate through their medical treatments, while Homeopathic practitioners had only a 1.05% death rate. Recently doctors in Mexico treated the flu with homeopathics – Baptistia Tinctorea, Inflenzinum, and Arsenicum album.
Other good choices include:
Preventative – Engystol – is a safe, doctor-recommended product designed to support the immune system against the symptoms of flu, including fever, body aches and chills. Appropriate for all ages
Gripp – For the temporary relief of symptoms associated with viral infections, particularly influenza, such as fever, malaise, body aches and painful joints. Aconitum – For the temporary relief of cold or flu symptoms including fever, chills, cough and nausea, particularly at the onset of the illness. Sinusin – For the temporary relief of nasal congestion, rhinitis, sinusitis, cold and flu nasal symptoms
Vaccines can cause an overactive immune response which will deplete the body of protein necessary to run the immune system. For this reason, make sure that you get plenty of protein in your diet. A good source of protein in a highly bioavailable amino acid form would be All Basic amino acids from Montiff, Inc
Immunocal – 1-2 packets a day. Supplies precursors to glutathione, the most abundant antioxidant in the body. This will help to detoxify the toxic additives (adjuvants) used in vaccines and boost the immune system response at a cellular level
Echinacea and vitamin C found in our Detox Essentials formulation – 4, 2-3x/day. Echinacea was the treatment of choice for colds and flus prior to the introduction of antibiotics in the late 1940s -
Vitamin D to boost immune responses and reduce inflammation and autoimmune responses – 2000-400IUs a day Zinc – 25-50mg a day -
Drink plenty of water (1 quart for every 50lbs) and eat foods rich in vitamin C. Four to five servings each of fruits and vegetables each day.
Eat plenty of protein as this fuels the Immune system and the enzyme systems of the body.
Regular sweating sessions via saunas and hot baths helps to detox the body and boost the immune system
Exercise regularly and get plenty of sleep.
Hypersensitivity to eggs, neomycin, or polymyxin, or life-Threatening reactiosn to previous vaccines is a contra-indication for using the vaccines.
A neurological condition called Guillain-Barre Syndrome that can cause paralysis is a possible side-effect.
Immunocompromised individuals are warned against using the vaccine. This can include: infants; the elderly; anyone who is currently sick or overworked; anyone on a high sugar diet; anyone who consumes dyes; anyone lacking in sleep; AIDS patients; chemotherapy patients, cancer patients; recent surgey patients; etc.
36,000 die form the flu in the US every year, even with current goverment recommended vaccine protocols, yet as of Oct 18, 2009, only 4,999 have died worldwide according to the WHO.
GlaxoSmith-Klei’n's vaccine is pending approval. Here are some things you should know about the vaccine:
No safety pharmacology studies were performed with Pandemrix vaccine.
Secondary pharmacodynamic studies were not performed.
No studies were performed on drug interactions
Experimental studies to demonstrate absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of the active ingredients in Pandemrix have not been performed.
No carcinogenicity studies were conducted
No environmental risk assessment
There is no safety experience in children.
There are no data on co-administration of Pandemrix with other vaccines.
German officials recommend against the use of Pandremix in children due to the toxic adjuvants.
Increases in fibrinogen and white blood cell counts were noted in temporal association with
the erythema and oedema noted on observing the rabbits. Relative to body weight, the spleen weight was increased in all groups compared to the control (7 – 41%). A SWOLLEN SPLEEN.
From Tim O’Shea, DC:
5 manufacturers having begun clinical trials only in August 2009, none scheduled for completion until next April, it is an astounding lesson in vaccine politics that the FDA approved the untested H1N1 vaccine on 15 Sep 09, just one month after the testing began!
We see precisely the same sequence of events that led to the last swine flu fiasco in 1976 – 50 million were vaccinated with that untested vaccine. 21 deaths, 565 paralyzed, withdrawn in 10 weeks. And never replaced. Never replaced – that’s the point. Why not? If the threat was so urgent that we had to start vaccinating before the vaccine was even tested, then where did that threat go? Why didn’t we just withdraw the toxic vaccine and then continue with researching and testing to develop one that worked?
Before: Strengthen the immune system naturally
Maximize Hydration must be maintained, while providing needed harmonic support for cell communication:
QuantaWater: 2 oz per gallon of any purified water for hydration daily & 1 tsp. or sip, full strength, every two hours for maximum harmonic support.
Perfect Balance or Harmony Drops: 1 spray or 1-2 drops per glass of water for clearing stagnant energies from organ system and meridians, maximizing hydration and structure of any pure water.
Body Nourishment: SynBioFood or NutriBioFood: 8 drops twice per day, in water or lick off back of hand. Fermented food nourishment providing hundreds of thousands of unique compounds to support the body’s own defensive army of living organisms.
Cellular Communication, Nerve regeneration, & anti-inflammation: Polarized Supercritical EFA’s: 3 drops once per day
Protective Gut Flora (probiotics):
Biotical: 1 capsule per day on empty stomach
Biotical: 1 capsule per day provides mineral ligends in exceptional concentration while maximizing availability.
Morter Trace Minerals: 9 drops per day, one per glass of water. Plant based trace minerals with exceptional and unique energetic coherence
Additional Anti-Oxidant source:
MuscadineMax: 4200 ORAC per two capsule daily recommendation. Rich in Resveratrol with all its natural grape seed co-factors. Not an isolate. Whole seed powder.
2000-8000 IU of vitamin D3
Before receiving any mist or shot, eat a non-stressful diet, low on meat or hard to digest food or combinations. Living food is safest, or lightly cooked vegetables.
Just before flu mist:
Any quality essential oil rubbed in nostrils, such as peppermint.
Just before shot:
20,000 IU of vitamin D3 twice per day, continue for 5-6 days after
After a shot:
In addition to immune building protocol above:
Continue 20,000 IU of vitamin D3 twice per day for at least 5-6 days, followed by 2000-8000 IU for maintenance.
Biotical Capsules: 4 per day for six days. Provides organic matter & minerals to encapsulate poisons and metals found in vaccine
Morter trace minerals: 7-10 drops at one time in 4 oz water, twice per day for four days, depending on body size.
2 oz Angstrom Calcium, wait 3 minutes, follow with 3 oz SilZinCo Angstrom mineral formula (silver, zinc & copper). Repeat second day.
See a TBM (Total Body Modification) practitioner who is comfortable with module two allergy harmonization protocol. Ask if they can harmonize the body to H1N1 vaccine metals and poisons. Supports body purging these without further harm. Recommended practitioner: Dr. Robin Hyman, DC Dallas, Texas 214-420-5555