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Neil deGrasse Tyson & J. Ventura on the role of astrophysics in military conquests

Posted by M. C. on November 16, 2019

deGrasse Tyson starts at about 10:00.

Interesting interview as one would expect.

While lauding science and satellites the topic of spying on US, listening to US and that the military can shutoff GPS whenever and likely to whomever it chooses is carefully avoided.

Don’t bite the hand…

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If You Had Any Doubts About FEMA Camps…

Posted by M. C. on October 7, 2012

When Jesse Ventura talks about FEMA camps for domestic dissidents, you think twice.  I mean Jesse Ventura, what does he know?  When you read this about how the military is soliciting bids for helmet systems that can be easily modified for Homeland Security operations, you will think a third time.  Note this about US military doing domestic crowd “control”.  The Posse Comitatus Act, contrary to poplar belief, does not strictly prohibit this.  But then congress and the president don’t let trivialities like law or the Constitution stand in their way.  Next time you see a military person thank them for their service then ask what they will do when they are ordered to send innocent citizens to prison camps.

Be seeing you

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The Prisoner-Reality TV before it’s Time

Posted by M. C. on March 11, 2012

When I was a lad, there was a late 60’s British TV show on Sundays that my dad and I liked called “The Prisoner”. The premise revolved around a murky government type, presumably a spy, played by Patrick McGoohan that resigns on principle. This unnamed man is taken to “The Village” and assigned Number Six. Read the rest of this entry »

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