U.N. (update)

from: sgtre​port​.com

White Trans­port Vehi­cles Enter­ing USA Ports and Strip Mall Con­ver­sions to FEMA Camps Spells Trouble

The United States is wit­ness­ing the impor­ta­tion of white buses and vans in record num­bers. Malls, all across the UK, Canada and the United States are wit­ness­ing strip mall con­ver­sion to FEMA camp guard tow­ers. Fur­ther, new malls are incor­po­rat­ing FEMA camp guard tow­ers into their con­struc­tion. And the largest own­ers of malls in North Amer­ica have struck a deal with DHS to allow their facil­i­ties to be used as FEMA camp deten­tion facil­i­ties. What does it all mean?

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FUKUSHIMA (There is no end for the liv­ing!)

From ene­news 200-​year wait faced at Fukushima — Plant Chief: “No idea” how to decom­mis­sion reac­tors… “the tech­nol­ogy does not exist”; “No viable method” to deal with melted fuel; “So many uncer­tain­ties… we don’t have accu­rate infor­ma­tion” — Engi­neers declared prob­lems ‘insurmountable’:


from Intel­li­hub:

UN Vehi­cles in U.S. BUSTED: Hid­ing Logo From Pub­lic View!

Over the last three months there have been dozens of sus­pi­cious sight­ings of mil­i­tary and UN equip­ment being moved through­out the coun­try cou­pled with numer­ous real­is­tic mil­i­tary train­ing exer­cises with a sharp domes­tic focus.This is all hap­pen­ing in the lead up to Jade Helm 2015 which has sparked a plethora of the­o­ries and strong opin­ions on what is actu­ally happening.

Another ingre­di­ent to check your food list for!

from: Nat­u­ral­News

Car­rageenan is a “nat­ural” food addi­tive derived from red sea­weed and processed with a chem­i­cal to neu­tral­ize its acid­ity. Intro­duced to the food indus­try in the 1930s, car­rageenan is a pop­u­lar ingre­di­ent added to foods as a thick­en­ing agent to improve the tex­ture and sol­u­bil­ity of prod­ucts. This prod­uct has been shown to alter the gut microflora and weaken the body’s immune system.

WiFi Spy

WiFi Device Can See Through Walls: “Track a Human by Using Body as an Antenna Array”
As if things weren’t creepy enough already.

A new appli­ca­tion of WiFi could take sur­veil­lance to the next level.

WiFi already makes a per­fectly good track­ing device – gov­ern­ment and law enforce­ment agen­cies already col­lect loca­tion data from phones and com­put­ers – but ulti­mately, its accu­racy is weak.

Now, MIT tech geeks have found a way to pin­point loca­tion and track com­plex move­ment pat­terns with far greater accu­racy – and what’s more, it can track people’s steps through walls, and the indi­vid­u­als or groups don’t even need to carry a cell phone!

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