Tag Archives: Authoritarianism

Living in the Shadows: A World of Black Ops and Cyber Wars

The very word “secrecy” is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths, and to secret proceedings. — John F. Kennedy

By John Galt
Activist Post

A shadow has descended on freedom worldwide:  Congress is in the dark; sovereign foreign nations are in the dark; and the average American can’t imagine that a world of espionage, black ops, psy ops, and the apparatus of a surveillance-industrial complex run by globalists has them in the crosshairs.

When exiting CIA director, Leon Panetta, openly admitted that shadow wars and black ops should be a strategy employed through direct military control by the CIA, it marked a new Dark Age.
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Psychologist Bruce Levine: Staying sane under pathocracy

Intro by dProgram.net

Clinical psychologist Bruce Levine is the author of Common Sense Rebellion and Surviving America’s Depression Epidemic. He regularly deals with “anti-authoritarian” clients who would be diagnosed by the health care authorities as suffering from “oppositional defiant disorder” or ADHD, and helps them to deal with adjusting to their societal, work or school environment without rebelling in a self-destructive manner.

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Ireland labels protesters ‘terrorists’

Over 100,000 Irish protest bankster crimes against humanity

New laws psychopaths would be proud of

By Benjamin Smith-Kavanagh
Wise Up Journal

In Ireland the Criminal Justice Act 2009 could be used against protesters. The Irish Independent revealed the Gardai (police) are claiming protesters could be potential terrorists.

By looking at the Criminal Justice Act 2009 in detail you will see exactly why the Gardai are making such grandiose claims.

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Cyberwar Hype Intended to Destroy the Open Internet

Wired.com By Ryan Singel March 1, 2010

The biggest threat to the open internet is not Chinese government hackers or greedy anti-net-neutrality ISPs, it’s Michael McConnell, the former director of national intelligence.

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