Archive for the ‘terror’ Category

The "War On Terror" Is A Fraud – It Is Not Meant To Be Won, It Is Meant To Be Continuous

November 6, 2010

http://revolutionarypolitics.tv/video/embedPlayer.php?vid=15bc628d47f736bedf12b75d7_12368

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Decoding the T-Party (Talmud Party)

October 27, 2010

If you wonder if it’s something more than an anomaly that rabbis are taking the bull horn at ‘white nationalist’ rallies while ADL family members are inciting ‘Islamofascist terror’ you would benefit from Michael Hoffman’s talk, “The Masquerader’s Jest.”

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Scroll down to The Masqueraders’ Jest (Audio CD). Western Terror, Islamic Resistance and the Cryptocracy’s Great Game. 70 minutes of elite counterintelligence from Hoffman!

November 5&6 2009 Terror Talisman

November 6, 2009

These numbers and symbols have no power. The Gospel has power, but it has been forsaken.

A 40-year-old man who was reportedly fired two years ago from an engineering firm apparently returned to that office Friday and shot six people, killing one, according to police and his former employer … Swat teams and ambulances descended on the 16-story [Orlando, Florida] Gateway Center office building after receiving reports of shots having been fired at 11 a.m. Friday morning … (1 dead in shooting at Orlando office building; suspect in custody Washington Post, Friday, November 6, 2009)

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/11/06/AR2009110602294.html

Biometric database to be formed in "Israel"

August 5, 2008

Biometric database to be formed in Israel

Government approves bill calling for creation of database of all Israeli citizens. Data to include fingerprints, computerized facial features embedded on IDs, passports

Attila Somfalvi
Published: 08.03.08, 13:56 / Israel News

The government approved Sunday a motion calling for the establishment of a biometric database by the Ministry of Interior and the Public Security Ministry.

The motion, dubbed the “identification card, travel papers and biometrics database bill,” will now be referred back to the various Knesset committees, which would ready it for its Knesset votes.

The new bill called for embedding biometric data, such as fingerprints and computerized tags of facial features, in Israeli IDs and passports; as well as for the establishment of a database which would include biometric data on all Israeli citizens.

The data would be used by the Ministry of Interior in its future plans to create “smart”, forgery-proof identification papers and passports; and would also allow authorities to identify people who are not carrying any means of identification, especially in cases of a mass disaster, should the need to identify fatalities arise.

Internal Security Minister Avi Dichter told the government that the “need to create a unique (physical) bond between the person carrying an ID and the data which appears on it, is essential in order to fight the worldwide forgeries… Should we succeed we would be able to create a nationwide database controlled, as it should be, by the State.”

‘Database detrimental to civil rights’

The motion was carried despite the fierce objections of ministers who claim creating a biometrics database would be detrimental to civil rights, such as the right to privacy.

The Israeli Bar Association sent Justice Minister Daniel Friedmann a letter to that effect last week, in which it asked him to postpone the decision on the bill, pending the Bar’s further studying of the subject.

“Forming such a database would harm the citizens’ basic right to privacy,” read the letter; adding that such a database would be at constant risk of being hacked into by hostile elements, and would make “potential criminals out of every law-abiding citizen.”

The existence of such a database – which includes every citizen – has yet to be sanctioned in any Western country, added the Bar. The Israeli Association for the Protection of Privacy and the Association for Civil Rights in Israel have also expressed their objection to the bill.

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3577046,00.html

Biometric database to be formed in "Israel"

August 5, 2008

Biometric database to be formed in Israel

Government approves bill calling for creation of database of all Israeli citizens. Data to include fingerprints, computerized facial features embedded on IDs, passports

Attila Somfalvi
Published: 08.03.08, 13:56 / Israel News

The government approved Sunday a motion calling for the establishment of a biometric database by the Ministry of Interior and the Public Security Ministry.

The motion, dubbed the “identification card, travel papers and biometrics database bill,” will now be referred back to the various Knesset committees, which would ready it for its Knesset votes.

The new bill called for embedding biometric data, such as fingerprints and computerized tags of facial features, in Israeli IDs and passports; as well as for the establishment of a database which would include biometric data on all Israeli citizens.

The data would be used by the Ministry of Interior in its future plans to create “smart”, forgery-proof identification papers and passports; and would also allow authorities to identify people who are not carrying any means of identification, especially in cases of a mass disaster, should the need to identify fatalities arise.

Internal Security Minister Avi Dichter told the government that the “need to create a unique (physical) bond between the person carrying an ID and the data which appears on it, is essential in order to fight the worldwide forgeries… Should we succeed we would be able to create a nationwide database controlled, as it should be, by the State.”

‘Database detrimental to civil rights’

The motion was carried despite the fierce objections of ministers who claim creating a biometrics database would be detrimental to civil rights, such as the right to privacy.

The Israeli Bar Association sent Justice Minister Daniel Friedmann a letter to that effect last week, in which it asked him to postpone the decision on the bill, pending the Bar’s further studying of the subject.

“Forming such a database would harm the citizens’ basic right to privacy,” read the letter; adding that such a database would be at constant risk of being hacked into by hostile elements, and would make “potential criminals out of every law-abiding citizen.”

The existence of such a database – which includes every citizen – has yet to be sanctioned in any Western country, added the Bar. The Israeli Association for the Protection of Privacy and the Association for Civil Rights in Israel have also expressed their objection to the bill.

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3577046,00.html